Paul Meehl

Affiliations: 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
Psychopathology, psychometrics
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Parents

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Donald G. Paterson research assistant 1938-1941
Starke Hathaway grad student UMN
Bernard Charles Glueck Sr. post-doc 1958 (PsychTree)

Children

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William E. Broen Jr. grad student (PsychTree)
Alexander M. Buchwald grad student UMN
Dante Cicchetti grad student UMN
Brett A. Clementz grad student
Harrison Gough grad student UMN (PsychTree)
William M. Grove grad student UMN
Donald R. Peterson grad student UMN (PsychTree)
Leonard G. Rorer grad student
Niels G. Waller grad student UMN (PsychTree)
Walter Weimer grad student Penn State
George Schlager Welsh grad student UMN (PsychTree)
George Guthrie grad student 1946-1949 (PsychTree)
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Meehl P. (2011) Classification Considerations, DSM-5 Prelims, and Proposals for Personology Disorders of Personality: Introducing a Dsm/Icd Spectrum From Normal to Abnormal: Third Edition. 232-283
Meehl PE. (2007) Why I do not attend case conferences | Perché non partecipo ai seminari clinici Psicoterapia E Scienze Umane. 41: 295-314
Meehl PE. (2004) What's in a taxon? Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 113: 39-43
Meehl PE. (2004) Cliometric metatheory III: Peircean consensus, verisimilitude and asymptotic method British Journal For the Philosophy of Science. 55: 615-643
Meehl PE. (2004) Theoretical risks and tabular asterisks: Sir Karl, Sir Ronald, and the slow progress of soft psychology Applied and Preventive Psychology. 11: 1
Meehl PE. (2002) Cliometric metatheory: II. Criteria scientists use in theory appraisal and why it is rational to do so. Psychological Reports. 91: 339-404
Meehl PE, Waller NG. (2002) The path analysis controversy: a new statistical approach to strong appraisal of verisimilitude. Psychological Methods. 7: 283-300
Waller NG, Meehl PE. (2002) Risky tests, verisimilitude, and path analysis Psychological Methods. 7: 323-337
Meehl PE. (2001) Primary and secondary hypohedonia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 110: 188-93
Meehl PE. (2001) Comorbidity and Taxometrics Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 8: 507-519
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