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Edward Chace Tolman

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Edward Tolman"

led effort among Berkeley faculty to refuse to sign loyalty oath during McCarthy era

Mean distance: 13.32 (cluster 13)
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Donald Thomas Campbell research assistant 1947 UC Berkeley
Hugh G. Blodgett grad student UC Berkeley
Robert C. Bolles grad student UC Berkeley
Clyde H. Coombs grad student UC Berkeley
Richard Stanley Crutchfield grad student UC Berkeley
O L. Tinklepaugh grad student
Robert  Choate Tryon grad student 1924-1928 UC Berkeley
Calvin S. Hall grad student 1929-1933 UC Berkeley (PsychTree)
Murray Jarvik grad student 1947 UC Berkeley
Julian Hochberg grad student 1949 UC Berkeley
Richard Christie grad student 1946-1949 UC Berkeley (PsychTree)
Henry Gleitman grad student 1950 UC Berkeley
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TOLMAN EC. (1955) Principles of performance. Psychological Review. 62: 315-26
HIRSCH J, LINDLEY RH, TOLMAN EC. (1955) An experimental test of an alleged innate sign stimulus. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 48: 278-80
Tolman EC. (1955) Performance vectors and the unconscious Acta Psychologica. 11: 31-40
TOLMAN EC, POSTMAN L. (1954) Learning. Annual Review of Psychology. 5: 27-56
Tolman EC. (1954) Freedom and the cognitive mind American Psychologist. 9: 536-538
Tolman EC. (1952) A theoretical analysis of the relations between sociology and psychology Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. 47: 291-298
TOLMAN EC. (1952) A cognition motivation model. Psychological Review. 59: 389-400
Tolman EC. (1951) Report on the Controversy at the University of California American Psychologist. 6: 69-70
TOLMAN EC. (1949) There is more than one kind of learning. Psychological Review. 56: 144-55
TOLMAN EC, GLEITMAN H. (1949) Studies in learning and motivation; equal reinforcements in both end-boxes; followed by shock in one end-box. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 39: 810-9
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