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050 14 BF21|b.C65 1931 
245 00 Clinical psychology :|bstudies in honor of Lightner Witmer
       to commemorate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the 
       founding of the first psychological clinic. 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bUniversity of Pennsylvania Press,|c1931. 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 409 pages, 1 leaf)|bportrait 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
520    "This volume is the expression of the personal affection 
       and scientific appreciation of Lightner Witmer. Written by
       a group of his former students, colleagues, and friends, 
       it gives voice to the gratitude of all whom he has served 
       in the founding and motivating of Clinical Psychology. Not
       the least of these are the many men, women, and children 
       who have been aided in the development and adjustment of 
       individual personality by the humanitarian efforts of this
       new branch of the modern science of Psychology. The papers
       written by invitation of the editor are the product of 
       twenty-five of the former students of Lightner Witmer in 
       the Department of Psychology and the Psychological Clinic.
       The authors, each of whom holds some position of 
       responsibility, are recognized workers and authorities in 
       the fields in which they have contributed. They are but 
       representative of the many members of the new profession 
       who owe their original instruction and inspiration to 
       Witmer. In each and every field of activity to which any 
       and all of the writers have applied the foundations of 
       clinical psychology their success testifies to the 
       original direction of Witmer's concepts, the great freedom
       of effort allowed them in research, continued advice and 
       encouragement, with not infrequent contributions of new 
       and leading ideas"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database 
       Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved). 
600 10 Witmer, Lightner,|d1867-1956. 
610 20 University of Pennsylvania.|bPsychological Laboratory and 
650  0 Child psychology. 
650  0 Psychology, Applied. 
650  0 Psychophysiology. 
650  2 Psychology, Child. 
650  2 Psychology, Applied. 
650  2 Psychophysiology. 
700 1  Brotemarkle, Robert Archibald,|d1892-|eeditor. 
776 0  Original|w(DLC)6879047 
994    01|bSTJ 
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