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  3. Buber, M., and C.Rogers. Transcription of dialogue held April 18, 1957, Ann Arbor, Mich. Unpublished manuscript.

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  10. Harlois, H.F. The nature of love. Amer. Psychol., 1958, 13, 673-685.

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  14. Quinn, R.D. Psychotherapists' expressions as an index to the quality of early therapeutic relationships. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago, 1950.

  15. Rogers, C.R. The necessary and sufficient conditions of psychotherapeutic personality change. J. consult. Psyched., 1957, 21, 95-103.

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  2. Montagu, A. On Being Human. New York: Henry Schuman, Inc., 1950.

  3. Rogers, C. R. Client-Centered Therapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1951, Chapter IV, "The Process of Therapy".

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  2. Gendlin, E., and F.Zimring. The qualities or dimensions of experiencing and their change. Counseling Center Discussion Papers 1, #3, Oct. 1955. University of Chicago Counseling Center.

  3. Kelly, G.A. The psychology of personal constructs. Vol. 1. New York: Norton, 1955.

  4. Kirtner, W.L., and D.S.Cartwright. Success and failure in client-centered therapy as a function of initial in-therapy behavior. J. Consult. Psychol., 1958, 22, 329-333.

  5. Lewis, M.., .R.Rogers, and John M.Shlien. Two cases of timelimited client-centered psychotherapy. In Burton, A. (Ed.). Case Studies of Counseling and Psychotherapy. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1959, 309-352.

  6. Mooney, R.L. The researcher himself. In Research for curriculum improvement. Nat'l Educ. Ass'n, 1957, Chap. 7.

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  8. Rogers, C.R. The necessary and sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change. J. Consult. Psychol., 1957, 21, 95-103.

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  7. Whyte, W.H., Jr. The Organization Man. Simon & Schuster, 1956.

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  2. Curran, C.A. Personality Factors in Counseling. New York: Grime & Stratton, 1945.

  3. Eysenck, H.J. The effects of psychotherapy: an evalution, J. Consult. Psychol, 1952, 16, 319-324.

  4. Hebb, D.O. Organization of Behavior. New York: Wiley, 1949.

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  2. Bergman, D.V. Counseling method and client responses. J. Consult. Psychol, 1951, 15, 216-224.

  3. Butler, J.M., and G.V.Haigh. Changes in the relation between self-concepts and ideal concepts consequent upon client-centered counseling. – In: C.R.Rogers and Rosalind F.Dymond (Eds.). Psychotherapy and Personality Change. University of Chicago Press, 1954, pp. 55-75.

  4. Cartwright, Desmond S. Annotated bibliography of research and theory construction in client-centered therapy. J. of Counsel. Psychol., 1957, 4, 82-100.

  5. Raskin, N.J. An objective study of the locus-of-evalution factor in psychotherapy., In: W.Wolff, and J.A.Precker (Eds.). Sucess in Psyhotherapy. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1952, Chap. 6.

  6. Rogers, C.R. Changes in the maturity of behavior as related to therapy., In: C.R. Rogers, and Rosalind F.Dymond (Eds.). Psychotherapy and Personality Change. University of Chicago Press, 1954, pp. 215-237.

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  2. Faw, Volney. "Evalution of student-centered teaching". Unpublished manuscript, 1954.

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  4. Jackson, John H. The relationship between psychological climate and the quality of learning outcomes among lower-status pupils. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago, – 1957.

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  9. Gordon, Thomas. Group-Centered Leadership. Chapters 6 to 11. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1955.

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