Irving L. Janis, Ph.D.

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Carl I. Hovland research assistant
Otto Klineberg grad student 1940-1947 Columbia

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James M. Dabbs grad student Yale
Alan C. Elms grad student (PoliSci Tree)
John H. Riskind grad student Yale
Seymour Feshbach grad student 1947-1951 Yale (SocTree)
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Deutsch M. (2015) Graduate training of the problem-oriented social psychologist Applying Social Psychology: Implications For Research, Practice, and Training. 261-278
Herek GM, Janis IL, Huth P. (1989) Quality of U.S. Decision Making during the Cuban Missile Crisis: Major errors in welch's reassessment Journal of Conflict Resolution. 33: 446-459
Herek GM, Janis IL, Huth P. (1987) Decision Making during International Crises: Is quality of process related to outcome? Journal of Conflict Resolution. 31: 203-226
Janis IL. (1987) Pensamiento grupal Revista De Psicologia Social. 2: 125-180
Janis IL. (1985) Coping patterns among patients with life-threatening diseases. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 7: 461-76
Janis IL. (1983) The role of social support in adherence to stressful decisions. The American Psychologist. 38: 143-60
Janis IL, Mann L. (1977) Emergency decision making: a theoretical analysis of responses to disaster warnings. Journal of Human Stress. 3: 35-45
Janis IL, Mann L. (1976) Coping with decisional conflict. An analysis of how stress affects decision making suggests interventions to improve the process American Scientist. 64: 657-667
Hoyt MF, Janis IL. (1975) Increasing adherence to a stressful decision via a motivational balance-sheet procedure: A field experiment Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 31: 833-839
Langer EJ, Janis IL, Wolfer JA. (1975) Reduction of psychological stress in surgical patients Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 11: 155-165
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