Carl I. Hovland

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Experimental psychology
"Carl Hovland"
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Clark L. Hull grad student 1936 Yale


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Irving L. Janis research assistant
Timothy Brock grad student Yale
Jonathan L. Freedman grad student (PsychTree)
Roger Newland Shepard grad student Yale
James S. Calvin grad student 1939 Yale
Fred Sheffield grad student 1946 Yale
Earl B. Hunt grad student 1960 Yale
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Shepard RN. (1998) Carl Iver Hovland: June 12, 1912-April 16, 1961. Biographical Memoirs. National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). 73: 231-60
HUNT EB, HOVLAND CI. (1960) Order of consideration of different types of concepts. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 59: 220-5
CAHILL HE, HOVLAND CI. (1960) The role of memory in the acquisition of concepts. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 59: 137-44
MORRISSET L, HOVLAND CI. (1959) A comparison of three varieties of training in human problem solving. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 58: 52-5
SHERIF M, TAUB D, HOVLAND CI. (1958) Assimilation and contrast effects of anchoring stimuli on judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 55: 150-5
HOVLAND CI, HARVEY OJ, SHERIF M. (1957) Assimilation and contrast effects in reactions to communication and attitude change. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 55: 244-52
HOVLAND CI, PRITZKER HA. (1957) Extent of opinion change as a function of amount of change advocated. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 54: 257-61
KURTZ KH, HOVLAND CI. (1956) Concept learning with differing sequences of instances. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 51: 239-43
Kelley HH, Hovland CI, Schwartz M, et al. (1955) The Influence of Judges' Attitudes in Three Methods of Attitude Scaling Journal of Social Psychology. 42: 147-158
KELMAN HC, HOVLAND CI. (1953) Reinstatement of the communicator in delayed measurement of opinion change. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 48: 327-35
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