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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Bier, W.C. (1953, July). Psychology at Fordham University. American Catholic Psychological    Association Newsletter Supplements, 4.

DeVito, A. (1991). Anne Anastasi interview. In J. Buckley (Ed.) As I remember Fordham: 
   Selections from the Sesquicentennial Oral History Project
. NY: Fordham University.

DeVito, A. (1991). Rev. Joseph Keegan, S.J. interview. In J. Buckley (Ed.) As I remember      
    Fordham: Selections from the Sesquicentennial Oral History Project
. NY: Fordham University.

DeVito, A. (1991). Rev. Henryk Misiak interview. In J. Buckley (Ed.) As I remember Fordham:    Selections from the Sesquicentennial Oral History Project. NY: Fordham University.

Fordham University (1923). Rational psychology: A digest of lectures for students of Fordham     University. New York: Fordham University Press.

Fordham University (1916-1940). Bulletin of information. New York: Fordham University.

Gallagher, M. (2003). An informal history of Fordham Psychometrics Program. Paper                 prepared for course in History and Systems of Psychology.

Gannon, S.J., R.I. (1938). Fordham University: Report of the President 1937-1938. New York:     Fordham University Press.
    obituary for Summers, moving and restructuring departments, new pay structure; has same     quote as Gannon (1967) on reorganizing the college by psychology/guidance

Gannon, S.J., R.I. (1967). Up to the present: The story of Fordham. Garden City, NY:                 Doubleday & Co.

Gillespie, S.J.,C.K. (2001). Psychology and American Catholicism: From confession to              therapy? New York: Crossroad Pub. Co.
   has section on Fordham: misspells Summers, says department started in ‘34

Gruender, H. (1916). Free will: The greatest of the seven world-riddles (2nd ed.). St. Louis         MO: B. Herder.
    cited in Fordham (1923) as required reading for Ph.D. aspirants.

Gruender, H. (1922). Psychology without a soul (3rd ed.). St. Louis MO: B. Herder.
    cited in Fordham (1923) as required reading for Ph.D. aspirants.
    earlier (1911) edition cited by Misiak (1990) as example of Catholic scholar’s suspicions       about new experimental psychology.

Gruender, H. (1932). Experimental psychology. New York: Bruce Pub. Co.

Kugelmann, R. (pre-print). Neoscholastic psychology revisited.

Maher, M. (1933). Psychology: Empirical and rational (9th ed.). New York: Longmans, Green       & Co.
    earlier edition cited in Fordham (1923) as required reading for Ph.D.

McCarthy, J.F.X. (1992). Learning in the city: The Graduate School of Education reviews its        75 Years in New York 1916-1992. New York: Fordham University.
    lists sources and individuals who can help; provides a plan for a similar endeavor; lots on       Rogalin; mentions Rock, McCarthy, etc.; details on the reorganization in 1938

McNeill, H. (1947). Freudians and Catholics. Commonweal, 46, 350-353.
    article by Fordham psychology/education professor: tries to build bridges

Mercier, D. (1918). The origins of contemporary psychology (Trans. by W.H. Mitchell).                  London: R. & T. Washbourne, Ltd.
    cited in Fordham (1923) as required reading for Ph.D.

Misiak, H. & Staudt, V.M. (1954). Catholics in psychology: A historical survey. New York:        McGraw-Hill.

Misiak, H. (1963). Report from academe: Psychology at Fordham University. New York State     Psychologist.

Misiak, H. (1990). Notes on the history of the Department of Psychology of Fordham                  University, Rose Hill Campus in the Bronx. Manuscript.

Moundas, S.E. (1991). Fordham University: A chronology.In J. Buckley (Ed.) As I  remember      Fordham: Selections from the Sesquicentennial Oral History Project. NY: Fordham                University.

New York Times (Oct. 13, 1912). New course for Fordham: Dr. Walsh to lecture on                     physiological psychology to seniors. Proquest Historical Newspapers The New York              Times, X13.

New York Times (June 8, 1934). Psychology wins in Fordham poll. Proquest Historical             Newspapers The New York Times, 15.

New York Times (Dec. 6, 1936). Notes of the city schools. Proquest Historical Newspapers          The New York Times, N6.

New York Times (Jan. 15, 1937). New lie detector was used on Green. Proquest Historical           Newspapers The New York Times, 3.

New York Times (Sept. 16, 1937). Joins Fordham faculty: Dr. Robert F. Sheehan to lecture in      Psychology Department. Proquest Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 16.

New York Times (Sept. 26, 1937). Fordham plans forum: 14-week series on childcare to begin      Oct 6. Proquest Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 46.

New York Times (Oct. 18, 1937). Children enrolled in Fordham’s “Utopian school”. Proquest       Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 19.

New York Times (Nov. 18, 1937). ‘Lie-detector’ casts doubt on constable. Proquest Historical     Newspapers The New York Times, 19.

New York Times (Jan. 1, 1938). Rev. Jaime Castilleo: Former psychology professor at                Fordham University. Proquest Historical Newspapers the New York Times, 19.
    obituary

New York Times (Sept. 26, 1938). Rev. W.C. Summers of Fordham dead. Proquest Historical     Newspapers The New York Times, 17.
    obituary

New York Times (Jan. 16, 1947). Professor of psychology made Rector of Fordham. Proquest     Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 32.

New York Times (Sept. 23, 1974). Dr. Dorothea McCarthy, 68, child psychologist, dead.             Proquest Historical Newspapers The New York Times, B19.
    obituary

New York Times (June 4, 1975). Emilie Schloemer, taught psychology. Proquest Historical        Newspapers The New York Times, 42.
    obituary

New York Times (March 8, 1980). Rev. William C. Bier of Fordham is dead. Proquest                Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 26.
    obituary

New York Times (April 10, 1980). Rev. Richard Zegers, 70, a professor at Fordham. Proquest     Historical Newspapers The New York Times, B19.
    obituary

New York Times (Dec. 25, 1994). Rev. Joseph Donceel, former professor, 88. Proquest               Historical Newspapers The New York Times, 44.
    obituary

New York Times (Feb. 3, 1995). Joseph Keegan, 88; A Jesuit at Fordham and a psychologist.     Proquest Historical Newspapers the New York Times, D19.
    obituary

Roback, A.A. (1952). A history of American psychology. New York: Library Publishers.

Roback, A.A. (1964). A history of American psychology (Rev. ed.). New York: Collier Books.

Staudt, V.M. & Kubis, J.F. (1948). The psychogalvanic response (PGR) and its relation to         changes in tension and relaxation. Journal of Psychology, 25, 443-453.


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