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Fri Mar 21 17:12:56 2014 UTClccn-n790452550.47B.F. Skinner on education0.710.84Students in the university and in society60353763n 79045255278648lccn-n79069796Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.)lccn-n79066628American Personnel and Guidance Associationnp-allen, thomas wAllen, Thomas W.lccn-no97025291Resnikoff, Arthuredtnc-central midwest regional educational laboratoryCentral Midwest Regional Educational Laboratorylccn-n79043405Ellis, Albert1913-2007iveivrlccn-n80038475Rogers, Carl R.(Carl Ransom)1902-1987np-cohen, joan zCohen, Joan Z.proflmauscrelccn-n80035638Association for Counselor Education and Supervisionlccn-n50074877KETC-TV (Television station : Saint Louis, Mo.)Whiteley, John M.HistoryInterviewsConference proceedingsCounselingCounseling psychologyAdaptability (Psychology)Rigidity (Psychology)College students--PsychologyVocational guidanceDevelopmental psychologyUnited StatesRational emotive behavior therapyAssertiveness (Psychology)Child developmentEducational counselingCollege student development programsCollege freshmen--PsychologyVocational interestsCharacterCollege studentsEducational sociologyStudent movementsCollege students--Conduct of lifePersonality changeStudentsCollege students--AttitudesMassachusetts--CambridgePsychotherapyExistential psychologyPhenomenological psychologyMental health counselingLearning, Psychology ofCaldicott, HelenNuclear disarmamentPeaceNuclear nonproliferationEducational psychologyMay, RolloMoral developmentGroup psychotherapyPersonality developmentSkinner, B. F.--(Burrhus Frederic),Control (Psychology)Education--EvaluationBehavior modificationEllis, Albert,EducationCreative abilityHumanistic psychologyCognitive therapyPhysiciansEducation--PhilosophyWorld politics19651967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901992199319941999200020012004200520062007200920103783232405158.3BF637.C6ocn000183715ocn000363653ocn000154084ocn000205514ocn000224668ocn654778592ocn313110444ocn004521622ocn048758385ocn052158514ocn695991308ocn004104622ocn062162362ocn696778704ocn613612383ocn220151075ocn220151068ocn220151082ocn052158514ocn062162362ocn696778704ocn048758385ocn613612383ocn696778704ocn695991308ocn61361238338612ocn000183715book19670.66Whiteley, John MResearch in counseling: evaluation and refocus; [papers]Conference proceedings3574ocn000222581book19680.66Allen, T. WDimensions of effective counseling: cognitive flexibility and psychological openness in counselor selection2405ocn005675065book19800.79The History of counseling psychologyHistory2203ocn003481027book19780.63Approaches to assertion training2165ocn005353226book19800.76Developmental counseling and teaching2143ocn012552902book19820.73Whiteley, John MCharacter development in college students1994ocn005992203book19800.79Whiteley, John MThe Present and future of counseling psychology1833ocn004805088book19790.76Theoretical and empirical foundations of rational-emotive therapy1752ocn003516291book19780.63Career counseling1562ocn000363653book19720.81Perspectives on vocational development1111ocn000154084book19700.84Students in the university and in society942ocn011345425book19840.73The Coming decade in counseling psychology891ocn000205514book19700.84The Growth & development of college students623ocn012935697book19840.73Whiteley, John MCounseling psychology : a historical perspectiveHistory542ocn016258784visu19840.56Helen CaldicottInterviewsJohn M. Whiteley interviews Helen Caldicott, a pediatrician by training, concerning her views on nuclear disarmament and achievement of world peace5010ocn020603535visu19800.47Skinner, B. FB.F. Skinner on educationJohn Whiteley interviews psychologist B.F. Skinner who shares his views on some of the most important issues facing educators today as they relate to psychology, including issues of freedom and control4910ocn046778433visu19710.63Albert Ellis rational-emotive psychotherapy applied to groupsJohn Whiteley interviews Albert Ellis who discusses the origins of rational-emotive therapy (R.E.T.) and offers his views on the advantages it offers over other methods of psychoanalysis. Ellis also discusses his therapeutic approach to rational encounters, marital counseling, and groups. He defines the role and training of the leader, and illustrates the use of exercises483ocn057674220visu20010.50Rollo May on existential psychologyInterviewsRollo May explains existential psychology in relation to therapy and counseling463ocn024303367book19880.59Whiteley, John MCharacter development in the freshman year and over four years of undergraduate study416ocn059671544visu19710.50Carl Rogers on educationInterviewsCarl Rogers interviewed by John M. WhiteleyFri Mar 21 15:11:15 EDT 2014batch16254