Donald Thomas Campbell

Affiliations: 
1953-1979 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 1979-1982 Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
 1983-1996 Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, United States 
Area:
Social and Methodology
Website:
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Bio:

(1916 - 1996)
http://jsaw.lib.lehigh.edu/campbell/index.htm
Donald Thomas Campbell, The Generality of a Social Attitude, University of California, Berkeley, 1947
https://books.google.com/books?id=YktIAQAAMAAJ

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Parents

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Warner Brown research assistant 1947 UC Berkeley
Edward Chace Tolman research assistant 1947 UC Berkeley
Harold Ellis Jones grad student 1947 UC Berkeley (PsychTree)
 (The Generality of a Social Attitude.)
Robert  Choate Tryon grad student 1947 UC Berkeley

Children

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Fred B. Bryant grad student Northwestern
William Dean Crano grad student Northwestern
David A. Kenny grad student Northwestern (SocTree)
Melvin M. Mark grad student Northwestern
Robert Rosenthal grad student Northwestern
William M. K. Trochim grad student Northwestern
Norman Miller grad student 1959 Northwestern (PsychTree)
Keith N. Clayton grad student 1957-1960 Northwestern
Marilynn Brewer grad student 1968 Northwestern (PsychTree)
Cecilia Heyes post-doc Oxford

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Kenny DA, Campbell DT. (1989) On the measurement of stability in over-time data Journal of Personality. 57: 445-481
Miller N, Campbell DT, Twedt H, et al. (1966) Similarity, contrast, and complementarity in friendship choice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 3: 3-12
MILLER N, CAMPBELL DT. (1959) Recency and primacy in persuasion as a function of the timing of speeches and measurements. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 59: 1-9
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