Martin Mayman papers: 1945-1997
Summary Information
Title: Martin Mayman papers
Creator: Mayman, Martin.
Inclusive dates: 1945-1997
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract:
Director of psychological training at the Menninger Foundation (1951-1966); professor of psychology at the University of Michigan (1967-1999); associate director (1967-1973), later co-director (1974-1981) of the Psychological Clinic at the University of Michigan. The collection consists of correspondence, drafts of writings, published articles, research notes, lecture outlines and transcripts, audio recordings of lectures, committee minutes, and psychodiagnostic scales and tests.
Call number: 027 Aa 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
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Finding aid created by Shelley Hayreh, 2010

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The collection was the gift of the children of Martin Mayman (Donor no. 8949) and came to the library in 2000.

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Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Martin Mayman papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Biography

Martin Mayman was born April 2, 1924 in New York. He received his B.S. in mathematics and psychology from City College of New York in 1943, his M.S. in psychology from New York University in 1947 and his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Kansas in 1953.

From 1951 to 1966, Mayman was director of psychological training at the Menninger Foundation in Topeka, Kansas, where he founded and directed the post-doctoral training program in clinical psychology and pioneered several well-known psychodiagnostic procedures, such as the Early Memories Test.

Mayman completed psychoanalytic training at the Topeka Institute for Psychoanalysis. He came to the University of Michigan as a visiting professor in 1966 and became professor of psychology in 1967. Mayman retired in 1997 from active faculty status. On March 20, 1998, the Regents of the University of Michigan granted Mayman emeritus status.

In addition to being a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, Mayman was a clinical psychologist at the Psychological Clinic, Institute of Human Adjustment. Additionally, Mayman served as the associate director of the Psychological Clinic from 1967 to 1973 and as its co-director from 1974 to 1981. The Psychological Clinic was founded in the 1950s under a special Rackham Endowment.

Mayman's early research focused on personality assessment, psychological testing and projective techniques. He later became interested in the subject of shame and its role in development and psychopathology.

Mayman was a prolific author, writing on topics such as Early Memories, the Rorschach, Psychopathology, and Clinical Psychology. He authored or co-authored 28 articles on psychological testing, many of which have become classics in the field. Mayman was also the recipient of many awards from professional organizations, receiving, among others, the Distinguished Contributions Award from the Society for Personality Assessment, the Distinguished Service to the Profession of Psychoanalysis Award from the American Psychological Association, Division 39, and the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology Award from City College of New York.

He died March 18, 1999.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Martin Mayman collection has been arranged into five series: Correspondence, Writings, Drafts and Notes, Seminars/Courses, Subject Files, Menninger Clinic, and UM Psychological Clinic.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Early memories.
  • Psychology.
  • Psychological tests.
  • Mayman, Martin.
  • Menninger Clinic.
  • University of Michigan. Dept. of Psychology.
  • University of Michigan -- Faculty.
  • University of Michigan. Psychological Clinic.
  • Menninger, Karl A. (Karl Augustus), 1893-1990.
  • Rapaport, David.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Correspondence [series]

Correspondence series contains communications between Mayman and other academics and professionals in the field of psychology. The correspondence primarily discusses Mayman's research and writings. Correspondence regarding the internal activities of the Menninger Clinic and the UM Psychological Clinic has not been included in this series. The series has been arranged chronologically.

Box   1  
1953-1965
Box   1  
1966-1967
Box   1  
1968-1976
Box   1  
1977-1979
Box   1  
1980-1997
 
Writings, Drafts and Notes [series]

Writings, Drafts and Notes series documents Mayman's prolific career as a published author and co-author. The series has been arranged chronologically to help illustrate the evolution of Mayman's writing and research interests. Many articles contain multiple dates. This usually indicates that multiple drafts and re-writes have been included in the folder. The files usually contain multiple edited versions of the particular writing rather than the published version. Co-authors have not been indicated in the finding aid.

Box   1  
"Intelligence test and concept formation: a review of the literature," 1945
Box   1  
"The development and functions of the ego," 1947
Box   1  
"Diagnostic testing in convulsive disorders," 1947
Box   1  
"Reliability in analyzing Thematic Apperception Test stories," 1947
Box   1  
"Research in diagnostic testing," 1949
Box   1  
"Review of the literature of the Thematic Apperception Test," 1949
Box   1  
"The interpretation of the Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale in per-personality appraisal," 1951
Box   1  
"Personality facts in Osteoarthritis," 1951
Box   1  
"The characteristic psychological disturbance in some cases of brain damage with mild deficit," 1952, 1954, 1960
Box   1  
"A study of the sense of self," 1953

(Mayman's Ph.D. thesis)

Box   1  
"Developments in psychology on the outpatient section during the past year," 1955
Box   1  
"The diagnosis of mental health," 1955
Box   1  
"A narcissistic character," 1955
Box   1  
"On the concept of psychological health," 1955
Box   1  
"A tentative guide for quantifying the state and degree of disintegration ('illness') within the three presently used zones of 'mild,' 'moderate,' and 'severe,'" 1955
Box   1  
"Episodic Dyscontrol: a third order of stress adaptation," 1956
Box   1  
"Rating scale for the blatancy of oral aggressive content," 1956
Box   1  
"Critical review of Freud's Beyond the Pleasure Principle," 1957
Box   1  
"Earliest memories: their use as a diagnostic device," 1957
Box   1  
"Image association test," 1957
Box   1  
"Insight Test," 1957
Box   1  
"On the professional identity of the clinical psychologist," 1957
Box   1  
"The psychological test diagnosis of ego-identity factors," 1957
Box   1  
"A re-examination of Freud's logic and conclusion in Beyond the Pleasure Principle," 1957
Box   1  
"Some notes on the 1957 written examinations for ABEPP," 1957 1957
Box   1  
"Teaching psychiatric residents to use a brief battery of psychological tests," 1957
Box   1  
"Comments on self-concept research," 1958
Box   1  
"Epigenetic relationship paradigms," 1958
Box   1  
"Early memories outline," 1958
Box   1  
"Guide to a qualitative analysis of responses on the Wechsler-Bellevue," 1958
Box   1  
"A psychoanalytic theory of the self," 1958
Box   1  
"Role perception and the patterning of interpersonal relationships," 1958
Box   1  
"Toward a psychoanalytic reformulation of self theory," 1958
Box   1  
"The unitary concept of mental illness," 1958
Box   1  
"The use of early memories as a diagnostic procedure in work with patients and relatives," 1958
Box   1  
"A clinical inquiry into individual forms and qualities of self-experience as reflected in a person's early memories," 1959
Box   1  
"Clinical Psychology," 1959
Box   1  
"Early memories and abandoned ego states," 1959
Box   1  
"Definition of normality," 1959
Box   1  
"Discussion of Gardner Murphy's Paper: Some broad human drives and how they become attached to some broad 'human objects,'" 1959
Box   1  
Paper read at Law-Science Institute 1959
Box   1  
"A study of episodic dyscontrol eventuating in homicide," 1959
Box   1  
"Style, focus, language and content of an ideal psychological test report," 1959
Box   1  
"The characteristic psychological disturbance in some cases of brain damage with mild deficit," 1960
Box   1  
"Digest of the characteristic psychological disturbance in some cases of brain damage with mild deficit," 1960
Box   1  
"Early memories as expressions of relationship paradigms," 1960
Box   1  
"Ego strength and the potential for recovery from mental illness," 1960
Box   1  
"Helen Durham Sargent," 1960
Box   1  
"Murder without apparent motive: a study in personality organization," 1960
Box   1  
"Perceptual, ideational, and interpersonal implications of the Rorschach Movement Response," 1960
Box   1  
"The prescription of treatment," 1960
Box   1  
"Reconciliation of ego identity data with the initial form B assessment of patient variables," 1960
Box   1  
"The self-preservative tendencies of the ego: a re-examination of Freud's Beyond the Pleasure Principle," 1960
Box   1  
"The WAIS as a clinical diagnostic tool: a review," 1960
Box   1  
"Developmental relationship paradigms," 1961
Box   1  
"Toward a Science of Clinical Inference," 1961
Box   1  
"Early memories and abandoned ego states," 1962
Box   1  
"A dimension of personality organization," 1963
Box   1  
"Ego identity proposal," 1963
Box   1  
"Psychoanalytic study of the self-organization with psychological tests," 1963
Box   1  
"The analysis of children's early memories," 1964
Box   1  
"Current critical issues in clinical training," 1964
Box   1  
"Discussion of paper by Dr. Mark Kenzer," 1964
Box   1  
"Normal and pathological narcissism," 1964
Box   1  
Paper on phenomenology for Journal of Abnormal Psychology 1964-1969
Box   1  
"Postdoctoral professional training: how and why?," 1964
Box   1  
"Survey of first level inference drawn from psychological tests," 1964
Box   2  
"The individual in psychoanalytical theory: a psychoanalytical theory of the self," 1965
Box   2  
"The psychic apparatus," 1965
Box   2  
"Psychoanalytic perspectives on self-theory," 1965
Box   2  
"Psychopathological changes in response to disintegrative threats," 1965
Box   2  
"University teaching of the Rorschach: some suggestions from a teaching clinician," 1965
Box   2  
"The psychotherapy process and its relation to ego-closeness--ego-distance," 1966
Box   2  
"Diagnostic and treatment implications of ego-closeness--ego-distance: autokinesis as a diagnostic instrument," 1967
Box   2  
"Object-representation and object-relationships in Rorschach responses," 1967
Box   2  
"Autokinesis and character style: a clinical-experimental study," 1968
Box   2  
"Blue book: general propositions implicit in the clinical application of psychological tests," 1968
Box   2  
"Early memories and character structure," 1968
Box   2  
"General propositions implicit in the clinical application of psychological tests," 1968
Box   2  
"Psychoanalytic perspectives on self-theory," 1968
Box   2  
"Research project on the psychological and psychopathological implications of the autokinetic illusion," 1968
Box   2  
"Studies on the ego-structural implications of early memories," 1968
Box   2  
"Levels of object representation and object relationships in early memories," 1970
Box   2  
"Object representations and object relationships in early memories," 1970
Box   2  
"Quality of object relationships in early memories," 1971, 1973
Box   2  
"Psychoanalysis as a science," 1974
Box   2  
"The shame experience, the shame dynamic, and shame personalities in psychotherapy," 1974-1982
Box   2  
"Self--other relationship representations in early memories," 1975, 1977
Box   2  
"Self-representations, object representations and relationship representations in early memories," 1975
Box   2  
"Psychoanalytic theory in retrospect and prospect," 1976
Box   2  
"A re-examination of diagnostic testing," 1976
Box   2  
"Developmental relationship paradigms: illustrative memories," 1977
Box   2  
"Oral aggression as an organizing theme in perceptual style and character structure," 1978
Box   2  
"Psychoanalytic psychotherapy," 1979
Box   2  
"Psychiatry and psychology: conflict and resolution," 1979
Box   2  
"Transaction of the Topeka Psychoanalytic Society," 1979
Box   2  
"The treatment of primitive mental states," 1979
Box   2  
"Clinically meaningful aspects of the analysis of a set of early recollections," 1980
Box   2  
"Features of the infantile character structure (as seen in both men and women)," 1980
Box   2  
"The phallic bridge to femininity in young adult women," 1981
Box   2  
"Narcissism, object, and self: a psychosexual theory of normal and pathological narcissism," 1981
Box   2  
"Multiple personality: a re-analysis of the case literature," 1982
Box   2  
"A re-analysis of the literature on multiple personality," 1982
Box   2  
"Guidelines for a program to support research on the range of psychodynamic therapies from time-limited to psychoanalysis," 1983
Box   2  
"Notes for a paradigm for outcome research in dynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis," 1983
Box   2  
"Quality of object representations scale," 1984
Box   2  
"Clinical theory and object relations theory," 1985
Box   2  
"Psychosexual self theory," 1985
Box   2  
"A study of gender-linked determinants of the transference psychoanalytic psychotherapy," 1985
Box   2  
"Object relationship paradigms in early memories," 1986
Box   2  
"A research study of determinants of transference and counter transference in psychoanalysis psychotherapy," 1986
Box   2  
"Shame, guilt & Disgust," 1992
Box   2  
"A brilliant lecture (psychoanalytic paradigms)," undated
Box   2  
"Characterological determinants in style of psychotherapy," undated
Box   2  
"Experiential and expressive attributes of affects," undated
Box   2  
"Instructions for administering supplementary tests for ego identity," undated
Box   2  
"Neurotic Disorders," undated
Box   2  
"Phallic Bridge," undated

(Carol Barber)

Box   2  
"Phallic-urethral conflicts and their effect on the course of psychotherapy," undated
Box   2  
"Quality of life odyssey," undated
Box   2  
"Reality contact, defense effectiveness and psychopathology in Rorschach from level scores," undated
Box   2  
"Studies in interpersonal relationship," undated
Box   2  
"Twenty five years of clinical psychology training at the Menninger foundation," undated
Box   2  
"The use of early memories as a diagnostic procedure in case work with patients and relatives," undated
Box   2  
Women in Life, Love and Work Symposium undated
 
Seminars/Courses [series]

Seminars/Courses series includes teaching material from Mayman's time as a clinical instructor and psychology professor at the Menninger Foundation and the University of Michigan. The course material related to Menninger Foundation has been arranged chronologically and is reflective of Mayman's early research interests in personality assessment, psychodiagnostic testing, and Rorschach psychology. The seminars and courses taught by Mayman at the University of Michigan have been arranged alphabetically by class name. The series also contains transcripts from seminars conducted by Mayman at the York Wood Center and lecture outlines and drafts from various symposiums and conferences attended by Mayman. The series consists primarily of lecture outlines and transcripts, syllabi, audiocassette recordings of lectures, reading lists, and course handouts and exams.

Box   2  
Curriculum Vita Materials 1970s
 
Menninger Clinic
Box   2  
Classical Psychiatric Syndromes Course 1949
Box   2  
Introduction to Psychological Testing 1949
Box   2  
Theories of Personality Course 1949-1950
Box   2  
Psychiatric Treatment Course 1950
Box   2  
Mayman Seminar 1951
Box   2  
Training Program, Reading List 1952
Box   2  
Psychotherapy Seminar 1955
Box   2  
Inference Seminar 1956
Box   2  
Rorschach Seminar 1956-1958 (2 folders)
Box   3  
Basic Concepts Seminar 1957-1963 (4 folders)
Box   3  
Clinical Use of Dream Interpretation Course 1958
Box   3  
Perversions and Character Disorders Seminar 1958
Box   3  
Seminar on Psychoses, H.G. van der Waals 1958 (2 folders)
Box   3  
TAT Seminar 1958
Box   3  
Current Developments in Psychoanalysis 1959 (2 folders)
Box   3  
Deviant Schools Seminar 1959 (2 folders)
 
Ego Psychology Seminar
Box   3  
1959-1960 (4 folders)
Box   3  
1961 (2 folders)
Box   3  
1962
Box   3  
Complementary Reading Seminar on Psychology 1960
Box   3  
Experimental Foundations 1960-1962
Box   3  
Research Seminar 1961
Box   3  
Narcissism Lecture 1962
Box   3  
Rorschach Workshop 1962
Box   3  
Seminar on research in psychoanalysis 1962
Box   3  
Clinical Inference Seminar 1963
Box   3  
Test Report Seminar 1964
Box   3  
Miscellaneous Conferences and Symposiums 1950s-1980s (3 folders)
 
University of Michigan
Box   3  
Affect Seminar 1984
Box   3  
Course Descriptions undated
Box   3  
Curriculum Review 1988
Box   3  
Miscellaneous Lecture Outlines from Department of Psychology 1991
Box   3  
Miscellaneous Teaching Materials 1985 (2 folders)
Box   4  
Psych. 555, Notebook of Linda Rosenzweig undated
 
Psych. 671, Clinical Psychology
Box   4  
Course Materials 1976-1986 (2 folders)
Box   4  
Course Syllabus and Lecture Outlines 1974 (3 folders)
 
Lecture Transcripts
Box   4  
Ego Boundaries 1976
Box   4  
Multiple Personalities 1976
Box   4  
Object Relations 1976
Box   4  
Psychopathology: Borderline and Narcissistic 1976
Box   4  
Rosen 1976
Box   4  
Outcomes and Course Notes 1974
Box   4  
Reading Lists 1974 (2 folders)
Box   4  
Psych. 672, Clinical Testing
Box   4  
Psych. 673-674, Psychological Testing 1968-1973
Box   4  
Psych. 771, Advanced Psychological Training 1986-1987
Box   4  
Psych. 874, Adult Psychotherapy 1982-1984

(includes 24 cassette tapes of recorded lectures)

Box   4  
Psych. 978, Developmental Ego Psychology 1970-1982
Box   4  
Psychoanalytic and Ego Psychology 1970-1973
Box   4  
Psychopathology Lab 1994
Box   5  
Student Evaluations 1966-1985 (3 folders)
 
Workload Correspondence and Forms
Box   5  
1966-1968
Box   5  
1987-1989 (2 folders)
 
York Wood Center Sessions
Box   5  
1978 (3 folders)
Box   5  
1979 (2 folders)
Box   5  
1980-1981
 
Subject Files [series]

Subject Files series reflects Mayman's many research interests from personality assessment to self and object representation in early memories to Rorschach psychology. This series is helpful when compared with the Writings, Drafts and Notes series because it contains the research material used to help formulate many of Mayman's published arguments and conclusions. The Subject Files have been arranged alphabetically and are made up of assessment forms, testing scales, lecture transcripts, and research notes. Some of the files contain papers with a number written in the corner. These numbers correspondence to the Filing System Index created by Mayman in 1990-1991, which is also included in the Subject Files. However, it should be noted that the Filing System is not very consistent and is incomplete.

Box   5  
Abandoned Ego States undated
Box   5  
Affect Theory 1963, 1970, 1975
Box   5  
Affect Words/Affect Modes 1978
Box   5  
Affects 1984-1986
Box   5  
Aggression undated
Box   5  
Brain Damage 1963
Box   5  
Case Material 1978
Box   5  
Clinical Inference Q-Sort Study 1960
Box   5  
Clinical Theory 1975 (2 folders)
Box   5  
Color Rationale 1959
Box   5  
Content Categories undated
Box   5  
Early Ego States, Self and Object Representation 1978
Box   5  
Early Memories 1984-1986 (8 folders)
Box   5  
Early Memories Scales undated
Box   5  
Early Memories Surveys undated (3 folders)
Box   5  
Ego Boundaries 1985
Box   5  
Ego Identity 1959
Box   5  
Ego States/Pleasure States 1977
Box   5  
Embedded Figures Test 1968
Box   5  
Filing System Index 1990-1991
Box   6  
Formal Speech Patterns and Impulses undated
Box   6  
Inference Process (Dream Interpretation and Rationale) 1973
Box   6  
Interview Phallic-Style Scale undated
Box   6  
Miscellaneous Psychological Tests undated
Box   6  
Multiple Personalities 1978
Box   6  
Narcissism 1963
Box   6  
Narcissism and Libido Therapy 1983
Box   6  
Object Relations 1985
Box   6  
Object-Representation Scale for Dreams undated
Box   6  
Oral Aggression 1956-1957
Box   6  
Parallel Process 1987
Box   6  
Parkinson's Feeling States Study undated
Box   6  
Pleasure States undated
Box   6  
Psychosexual Stages Chart 1948
Box   6  
Psychotherapy 1978, 1980 (4 folders)
Box   6  
Quality of Life 1973, 1985, 1990
Box   6  
Rorschach 1950s-1980s (5 folders)
Box   6  
Rorschach Movement Response 1959 (4 folders)
Box   6  
Sentence Completion Test 1957
Box   6  
Sequence Analysis undated

(includes 2 cassette tapes of recorded lectures)

Box   6  
Severity of Pathology Rating Scale undated
Box   6  
Sex Differences in Psychosexual Theory undated
Box   6  
Shame undated (2 folders)
Box   6  
Short Term Analytic Therapy undated
Box   6  
Stimulus Barrier 1983
Box   6  
Therapy Supervision 1982
Box   6  
Uses of Affect used in a Histrionic Patient 1978
 
Menninger Clinic [series]

Menninger Clinic series documents the research and administrative activities of the Menninger Clinic. Materials related to the administrative activities of the Clinic include correspondence, committee minutes, and background information on the history and functioning of the Menninger Clinic and Foundation. The majority of the papers in the series are related to research conducted by Mayman during his tenure with the Menninger Clinic. The materials related to the research done at the Menninger Clinic consist primarily of assessment forms, testing scales, correspondence, lab reports and findings.

Box   6  
Autokinesis Phenomenon 1965
Box   6  
Case Study, Special Test Battery 1960 (2 folders)
Box   6  
Children Coping Project 1960-1963
 
Correspondence
Box   7  
Early Memories 1959-1960
Box   7  
General 1966
Box   7  
Menninger, Karl 1949-1955, 1965 (3 folders)
Box   7  
On Martin Mayman's writings 1950s
Box   7  
On The Vital Balance 1960-1962 (2 folders)
Box   7  
Rapaport, David 1953-1961
Box   7  
Wallerstein, Robert S. 1954
Box   7  
Current developments in psychoanalysis, Reading lists 1961-1963
Box   7  
Curriculum Committee 1961
Box   7  
Diagnostic Testing 1948
Box   7  
Discussion of Dr. Kahn's Paper 1963
Box   7  
Early Memories and Image Association Tests 1961
Box   7  
Early Memories Conference 1959
Box   7  
Education Committee 1961
Box   7  
Empathy 1949
Box   7  
Experimental Contributions to Psychoanalytic Ego Psychology 1964
Box   7  
Karl Menninger's Writings, Notes and Outlines 1951-1956 (4 folders)
Box   7  
MMPI Scale undated
Box   7  
Menninger Committee 1950
Box   7  
Menninger Foundation History 1954-1986
Box   7  
Menninger Research 1967
Box   7  
The Menninger School of Psychiatry booklet undated
Box   7  
"The Morning Notes of Adelbert Ames, Jr.," 1947
Box   7  
Nosology 1948
Box   7  
Patient Cases 1945
Box   7  
Post-doctoral psychology training program 1956
Box   7  
Preliminary Report Concerning Body Image Changes associated with Personality Reorganization 1959
Box   7  
Psychoanalytic Research 1965
Box   7  
Psychological Test Reports 1956-1964 (4 folders)
Box   7  
"Psychology at the Menninger Foundation," 1954
Box   7  
Psychopathology Syndromes 1945-1957
Box   7  
Research in Alcoholism 1946
Box   7  
Rorschach Correspondence 1960-1966
Box   7  
"Section level teaching activities by clinical psychology staff members at Topeka State Hospital and Winter Veterans Administration Hospital 1961
Box   7  
Sentence Completion Test 1959
Box   7  
Super Ego 1950
Box   7  
Symposium, A Psychoanalyst and a methodologist look at two examples of psychoanalytic research 1965
Box   7  
TAT Testing 1962
Box   7  
Topeka Institution for Psychoanalysis 1962-1971
Box   7  
"Two Aspects of Psychoanalysis" by H.G. van der Waals undated
Box   7  
W Scoring for the Oral Aggressive Study 1955
Box   7  
Wednesday evening club 1964
 
UM Psychological Clinic [series]

UM Psychological Clinic series contains papers related to the overall functioning of the Psychology Clinic including correspondence, committee minutes and reports, budgets, program evaluations, testing guidelines, and research proposals. The series also contains materials related to institutions associated with the Clinic, such as the Detroit Psychiatric Institute, the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute, and the Michigan Psychological Association.

Box   8  
Analysis and Evaluation of Clinic 1977-1978
Box   8  
Annual Reports 1967-1972
Box   8  
Budget 1979-1983 (5 folders)
Box   8  
Clinic Review 1980-1981
 
Correspondence
Box   8  
Adelson, Joe 1982
Box   8  
Doehrman, Steve 1979
Box   8  
General 1975-1982 (3 folders)
Box   8  
Thompson, Bill 1976-1978
Box   8  
Curriculum Review Committee 1981-1987 (2 folders)
Box   8  
Dean Sussman meeting 1982
Box   8  
Detroit Psychiatric Institute Post-Doc Training Program 1993
Box   8  
Gender-Linked Determinants of Transference Research 1987
Box   8  
Letters of Recommendation 1982-1988 (3 folders)
 
Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute
Box   8  
Memos and Brochures 1976-1979, 1997
Box   8  
Reading Lists and Syllabi 1970 (2 folders)
Box   8  
Michigan Psychological Association 1977-1997
Box   8  
Periodic Case Review Committee 1978
Box   8  
Presenting Problems Research 1977
Box   8  
Program Evaluation Clinic 1978
Box   8  
Psychotherapy Termination Research undated
Box   8  
Psychological Clinic Research Reports 1979-1985
Box   8  
Quality of Life, forms and inventory 1973, 1990
Box   8  
Research Seminar 1981-1987
Box   8  
Research Support in Psychology 1966
Box   8  
Senior Staff Meeting, Minutes and Notes 1982-1983
Box   8  
Therapy Outcome Research 1972-1973
Box   8  
UM Testing Guidelines 1968