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John Dollard (1900-1980) was an American psychologist ==Biographical information==
He originally received a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1931.
Yale University’s Institute of Human Relations appointed him as a research associate in psychology in 1932.
Main areas of interestEdit
Worked at Yale with Neal Miller
Editorial board/consulting editorEdit
- Dollard, J. (1949). Caste and class in a southern town. New York: Harper.
- Davis, A., & Dollard, J. (1940). Children of bondage; the personality development of Negro youth in the urban south. Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education. E185.86.D381940.
- Avis, A., & Dollard, John. (1964, c1940). Children of bondage; the personality development of Negro youth in the urban South. (1st ed.). New York: Harper & Row.
- Dollard, J. (1935). Criteria for the life history, with analysis of six notable documents. New Haven: Pub. For the Institute of Human Relations by Yale University Press.
- Dollard, J.; & Miller, N.; Doob, L.; Mower, O.; Sears, R.; Ford, C.; Hovland, C.; Sollenberger, R. (1939). Frustration and Aggression. London: H. Milford, Oxford University Press.
- Dollard, J.; & Miller, N. (1950). Personality and psychotherapy; an analysis in terms of learning, thinking, and culture. New York: McGraw-Hill.
- Dollard, J. (1947). The acquisition of new social habits. In R. Linton (Ed.), The science of man in the world crisis (pp.442-464). New York : Columbia University Press.
- Dollard, J., & Miller, N. (1941). Social learning and imitation. New Haven: Pub. For the Institute of human relations by Yale University Press.
- Archer, J. (1997). Dollard, John. In N. Sheehy, A. J. Chapman, & W. Conroy (Eds.), Biographical dictionary of psychology (pg. 149-150). New York, NY: Routledge.