David Clarence McClelland

Affiliations: 
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, United States 
Area:
personality and motivation
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See obituary in American Psychologist (2000), pp. 540-541.

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Arthur W. Melton grad student 1939 University of Missouri (NLindner) Delete Edit
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Carl I. Hovland grad student 1941 Yale (hayden) Delete Edit

Children

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John W. Atkinson research assistant Wesleyan (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Richard E. Boyatzis grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Paul T. Costa grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Daniel Goleman grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
John B. Jemmott III grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Stephen P. Kelner grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Dan P. McAdams grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Dean Keith Simonton grad student Harvard (distinguishedprofessor) Delete Edit
Robert S. Steele grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Abigail J. Stewart grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
James S. Uleman grad student Yale (adil.saribay) Delete Edit
David G. Winter grad student Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Elliot Aronson grad student 1956 Wesleyan (guest) Delete Edit
Richard J. Davidson post-doc Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Richard Koestner post-doc Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Joel Weinberger post-doc Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
Oliver C. Schultheiss post-doc 1997-1997 Harvard (oschultheiss) Delete Edit
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McClelland DC, Burnham DH. (2003) Power is the great motivator. 1976. Harvard Business Review. 81: 117-26
Scioli A, McClelland DC, Weaver SL, et al. (2000) Coping strategies and integrative meaning as moderators of chronic illness. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 51: 115-36
Schultheiss OC, Campbell KL, McClelland DC. (1999) Implicit power motivation moderates men's testosterone responses to imagined and real dominance success. Hormones and Behavior. 36: 234-41
Campbell KL, Schultheiss OC, McClelland DC. (1999) A necessary adjustment of protocol for use of DPC coat-a-count total testosterone assay with saliva. Clinical Biochemistry. 32: 83-5
McClelland DC, Scioli A, Weaver S. (1998) The effect of implicit and explicit motivation on recall among old and young adults. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 46: 1-20
McClelland DC, Winter DG, Larrere J, et al. (1998) Identifying competencies with behavioral-event interviews Psychological Science. 9: 331-339
Weinberger J, Kelner S, McClelland D. (1997) The effects of subliminal symbiotic stimulation on free-response and self-report mood. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 185: 599-605
McLeod CC, Budd MA, McClelland DC. (1997) Treatment of somatization in primary care. General Hospital Psychiatry. 19: 251-8
McClelland DC, Cheriff AD. (1997) The immunoenhancing effects of humor on secretory IgA and resistance to respiratory infections Psychology and Health. 12: 329-344
McClelland DC. (1995) Achievement motivation in relation to achievement-related recall, performance, and urine flow, a marker associated with release of vasopressin Motivation and Emotion. 19: 59-76
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