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Papers, 1934-1976.

Auteur : Bronson Price
Édition/format :   Documents d’archives : Anglais
Base de données :WorldCat
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This collection includes correspondence and an extensive bibliographic card file used by Price in his genetics studies, post-1940, on twins. There is correspondence relating to genetics, eugenics (he co-authored an article on sterilization laws in 1940), and human genetics (including the American Society of Human Genetics). The most extensive correspondence is with H. J. Muller, including Muller's organizational
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Personne nommée : Raymond Augustine Bauer; Harold Carter; Robert Chester Challman; Herbert Conrad; Charles W Cotterman; Gunnar Dahlberg; Everett R Dempster; Ronald Aylmer Fisher, Sir; Clyde E Keeler; Frank Lorimer; Eugene Lyons; Walter Richard Miles; H J Muller; Bronson Price; Sheldon C Reed; Theodore Roscoe; Amram Scheinfeld; Lewis M Terman; Norma Ford Walker; Ralph White
Format : Document mixte
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Bronson Price
Numéro OCLC : 122380116
Description : ca. 800 items ; ca. 7000 cards.

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This collection includes correspondence and an extensive bibliographic card file used by Price in his genetics studies, post-1940, on twins. There is correspondence relating to genetics, eugenics (he co-authored an article on sterilization laws in 1940), and human genetics (including the American Society of Human Genetics). The most extensive correspondence is with H. J. Muller, including Muller's organizational work on the Foundation for Germinal Choice.

Price's early study in the 1930s at Stanford University was in psychology and biometrics, and it was this career path which took him to Moscow to study under A. R. Luria in 1934-1935. There are many interesting letters of this period and some later ones, recollecting his memories of science in the USSR. See also his detailed comments on a condensed version of Eugene Lyons' book "Assignment in Utopia." There is also scattered correspondence relating to psychology and its teaching in the United States.

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