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EDUCATION INDEX 

JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



EDUCATION INDEX 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



A CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEX TO A SELECTED LIST OF EDUCATIONAL 
PERIODICALS, PROCEEDINGS, AND YEARBOOKS 



EDITED BY 

MINNIE A. SENG 



INDEXERS 
JULIA W. EHRENREICH 
MARYLOUISE HEWITT 



THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 
NEWYORK 1965 



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ABBREVIATIONS OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



J Ed Res — Journal of Educational Research 
J Exp Ed — The Journal of Experimental liidu- 

cation 
J Gen Ed — The Journal of General Education 
J Geog — The Journal of Geography 
J Health Phys Ed Rec — Journal of Health, 

I'liysical Education, Recreation 
J Higher Ed — The Journal of Higher Education 
J Home Econ — Journal of Home Economics 
J Ind Arts Ed— The Journal of Industrial Arts 

Education 
J Negro Ed — The Journal of Negro Education 
J Nurs Ed — The Journal of Nursery Education 
Ceased publication September 1964 
Superseded by Young Children 
J Personal — Journal of Personality 
J Read — Journal of Reading 

Supersedes Journal of Developmental 
Reading 
J Res Mus Ed — Journal of Research In Music 

Education 
J Sch Health — The Journal of School Health 
J Sec Ed — Journal of Secondary Education 
J Speech & Hearing Dis — Journal of Speech 
and Hearing Disorders (Monograph Supple- 
ments included) 
J Teach Ed— The Journal of Teacher Education 
Jun Col J — Junior College Journal 



Kan Univ Kan Studies Ed — Kansas. Unlveralty. 

Kansas Studies in Education 
Ky Sch J — Kentucky School Journal 



Lang Learn — Language Learning 
Liberal Ed — Liberal Education 



Math Teach — The Mathematics Teacher 
Mich Ed J — Michigan Education Journal 
Middle States Assn Col & Sec Sch Proc — Middle 

States Association of Colleges and Secondary 

Scliools. Proceedings 
Minn J Ed — Minnesota Journal of Education 
Mod Lang J — The Modern Language Journal 
Mont Ed — Montana Education 
Mus Educators J — Music Educators Journal 
Mus J — Music Journal 



PTA Mag— The PTA Magazine 

Pa Sch J — Pennsylvania School Journal 

Pa Univ Schoolmens Week Proc — Pennsylvania 

University. Schoolmen's Week. Proceedings 
Peabody J Ed — Peabody Journal of Education 
Personnel & Guid J — Personnel and Guidance 

Journal 
Phi Delta Kappan — Phi Delta Kappan 
Prac Forecast — Practical Forecast for Home 

Economics 



Q J Speech — Quarterly Journal of Speech 



R Ed Res — Review of Educational Research 
Read Teach — The Reading Teacher 
Relig Ed — Religious Education (Research Sup- 
plements included) 



Safety Ed — Safety Education 

Sch Activities — School Activities 

Sch & Com — School and Community 

Sch & Soc — School and Society 

Sch Arts — School Arts 

Sch Life — School Life 

Ceased publication December 1964 
Superseded by American Education 

Sch Mgt — School Management 

Sch Musician — The School Musician Director 
and Teacher 

Sch R — The School Review 

Sch Sci & Math — School Science and Mathe- 
matics 

Sch Shop — School Shop 

Schol Coach — Scholastic Coach 

Sci Ed — Science Education 

Sci Teach — The Science Teacher 

Sight-Saving R— The Sight-Saving Review 

Social Ed — Social Education 

Social Studies — The Social Studies 

Socio! of Ed — Sociology of Education 

Soviet Ed — Sovnet Education 

Speech Mon — Speech Monographs 

Speech Teach — The Speech Teacher 

Studies Art Ed — Studies in Art Education 

Sup Stud — The Superior Student 



NEA J— NBA Journal 

NEA Res Bui— NEA Research Bulletin 

N Y C Bd Ed Curric Bui— New York City. 
Board of Education. Curriculum Bulletins 

N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Vrbk— New York So- 
ciety for the Experimental Study of Educa- 
tion. Yearbook 

N Y State Ed— New York State Education 

Nat Art Ed Assn Yrbk — National Art Educa- 
tion Association. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui — National Associa- 
tion of Secondary- School Principals. Bulletin 

Nat Assn Stud Council Yrbk — National Asso- 
ciation of Student Councils. Yearbook 

Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J — Na- 
tional Association of Women Deans and 
Coun.selor.q. Journal 

Nat Bsns Ed Q— The National Business Edu- 
cadnn Quarterlv 

Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk — National Business Educa- 
tion Yearbook 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui — National Catholic Edu- 
cational Association. Bxiiletin (Proceedings 
inrliided) 

Nat Comm Teach Ed Prof Stand Official Report 
— National Commission on Teacher Education 
and Professional Standards. Official Report 

Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk — National 
Council for the Social Studies. Yearbook 

Nat Council Teach Math Yrbk — National Coun- 
cil of Teachers of Mathematics. Yearbook 

Nat Ed Assn Proc — National Education Asso- 
ciation. Addresses and Proceedings 

Nat El Prin — The National Elementary Prin- 
cipal 

Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk- National Society for 
the Study of Education. Yearbook 

Nations Sch — The Nation'.^ Schools 

North Cen Assn Q— The North Central Asso- 
ciation Quarterly 



Ohio Sch— Ohio Schools 



Teach Col J — The Teachers College JovuTial 
Teach Col Rec — Teachers College Record 
Tex OutI— The Texas Outlook 
Times Ed Sup — Times (London) Educational 

Supplement 
TIP— Theory into Practice 
Train Sch Bui— The Training School Bulletin 



U S Child Bur Pub— United States. Children's 
Bureau. Publications 

U S Office Ed Bui— United States. Office of Edu- 
cation. Bulletins 

U S Office Ed Circ— United States. Office of 
Education. Circulars 

U S Office Ed Voc Div Bui— United States. Of- 
fice of Education. Vocational Division Bul- 
letins 

U S Office Voc Rehab Service Ser — United 
States. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. 
Rehabilitation Service Series 

Univ Q — Universities Quarterly 



Va J Ed — Virginia Journal of Education 
Voc Guid Q — Vocational Guidance Quarterly 
Volta R— The Volta Review 



Wilson Lib Bui— Wilson Library Bulletin 
Wis J Ed — Wisconsin Journal of Education 



Year Book of Ed — Year Book of Education 
Young Children — Young Children 

Supersedes The Journal of Nursery Edu- 
cation 



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List of Publications Indexed 



All data as of latest issue received 



AAUP Bulletin — $3.50. q American Asso- 
ciation of University Prf)fessors, 1785 
Massachusetts Av, N.VV, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

ALA Bulletin — Free to members. m(bi-m 
Jl-Ag) American Library Association, 50 
E. Huron St, Chicago 60611 

Adult Education — $7.50. q Adult Education 
Association ot tlic United States of Amer- 
ica, 1225 19lh St. X.W, Washington. D.C. 
20036 

Adult Leadership— $7.50. m(S-Je) Adult Edu- 
cation Association of the United States of 
America, 1225 19th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

The Agricultural Education Magazine — $3. m 
The Interstate Printers and Publishers, 19- 
27 N. Jackson St, Danville, III. 61832 

American Annals of the Deaf — $5. bi-m 
(S-My) Editor. American Annals of the 
Deaf, Gallaudct College, Washington, D.C. 
20002 

American Association for Health. Physical 
Education, and Recreation. Research 
Quarterly — $5. q American Association for 
Health, Physical Education, and Recrea- 
tion, National Education Association, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The American Association of Colleges for 
Teacher Education. Yearbook — $3. ann 
American Association of Colleges for 
Teacher Education, Edward C. Pomcroy, 
Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington. 
D.C. 20036 

American Association of School Administra- 
tors. OfTicial Report — $3. ann American 
Association of School Administrators, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The American Biology Teacher — $10. m(0- 
My) National Association of Biology 
Teachers, Jerry Liglitner, Secretary 
Treasurer. Groat I'alls High School, Great 
Falls, Mont. 59401 

American Council on Industrial Arts Teach- 
er Education. Yearbook — $4. ann Amer- 
ican Council on Industrial Arts Teacher 
Education, McKnight and McKniRht Pub- 
lishing Co, Bloomington, 111. 61701 

American Education — $3. m(bi-m D,J1) 
American Education, Superintendent of 
Documents, Covcrnmcnt Printing Office, 
Washington. D.C. 20402 

Supersedes Hlpher Education and School 
Life 

V 1, no. 1 l.^.sucd Decoinber 19G4-Janunry 
19f>.5 

American Journal of Mental Deficiency — 

(Monograph Supplements included) $14. 
bi-m The American Association on Mental 
Deficiencv, P.O. Box 96, Willimantic. 
Conn. 06226 

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American Music Teacher — $4. bi-m(S-Jl) 
Music Teachers National Association, 
Carol Bums, Business Manager, 2209 
Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 

American School and University — $8. m 
Buttcnheim Publishing Corp. 757 3d Av, 
N.V. 10017 

The American School Board Journal — $4.50. 
m The Bruoe Publishing Co. 400 N. 
Broadway, Milwaukee. Wis. 53201 

The American Teacher Magazine — $1.50. q 
Anicriran F"edcration of Teachers, 716 N. 
Rush St, Chicago 60611 

American Vocational Journal — $3. m(S-My) 
American Vocational Association, Inc, 
1025 15th St, N.W. Washington, D.C. 
20005 

Thre Arithmetic Teacher— $7. m(O-My) Na- 

ytional Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Arizona Teacher— $2. bi-m(S-My) Arizona 
Education .Association, 2102 W. Indian 
Sch. Rd. Phoenix. Ariz. 85015 

Art Education— $5. m(O-Jc) The National 
/Art Education Association, Charles M. 
Dorn, Executive Secretary. 1201 16th St, 
N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 

Arts and Activities — $6. m(S-Je) Publishers' 
F^ovclopinent Corporation, 8150 N. Central 
Park Av, Skokie. 111. 60076 

Association for Student Teaching. Yearbook 
— $4.75 ann Association for Stuclcnt 
Teaching, A. C. Moon, Secretary, Iowa 
State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa 
50613 

Association for Supervision and Curriculum 
Development. Yearbook — $4. ann Associa- 
tion for Supervision and Curriculum De- 
velopment. National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St. N.W. Washington. D.C. 
20036 

Association of School Business Officials of 
the United States and Canada. Proceed- 
ings — $5. aim Association of School Busi- 
ness Officials of the United States and 
Canada, C. W. Foster, Secretary, 2424 W. 
Lawrence Av, Chicago 60625 

Athletic Journal— $3. m(S-Je) Athletic 
Tournal Publishing Co. 1719 Howard St, 
Evanston, III. 60202 

Ai^diovisual Instruction — $5. m(S-Je) De- 
A)artment of Audiovisual Instruction, Na- 
tional Education Association. 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, DC. 20036 

AV Communication Review — $6. q De- 
partment of Audiovisual Instruction, Na- 
tional Education Association. 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Balance Sheet— gratis m(S-My) South- 
western Publishing Co, 5101 Madison Rd, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 



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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



The British Journal of Educational Psychol- 
ogy— £2. 3 times a yr. (FJe.N) The Man- 
ager. BJ.E.P. Dept, Methuen & Co, Ltd, 
11 New Fetter Lane, London EC 4 

British Journal of Educational Studies — 16s. 
8d. ($2.35) bi-ann(My,N) Faber & Faber, 
Ltd. 24 Russell Sq, London WC 1 

Business Education Forum — $5. m(O-My) 
National Business Education Association, 
Hollis P Guy, Executive Director. 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, B.C. 20036 

Business Education World — $4. m(S-Je) 
Business Education World, 330 W. 42d St, 
N.Y. 10036 

CTA Journal— $2. 4 times a yr (O, Ja, Mr, 
My) California Teachers Association, 170S 
Murchison Drive, Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

California Education — $4. m(S-Je) California 
State Department of Education, Bureau of 
Textbooks and Publications, Sacramento, 
Calif. 95814 

California Elementary School Administra- 
tors Association. Monographs — irregular 
California Elementary School Administra- 
tors Association, Dan Dawson, Executive 
Secretary, 1705 Murchison Drive, Burlin- 
game, Calif. 94011 

California Journal of Educational Research — 
$6. bi-m(S-My) California Journal of Edu- 
cational Research, 1705 Murchison Drive, 
Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

Canadian Education and Research Digest — 
$3. q Canadian Education Association, 
151 Bloor St, W, Toronto 5, Ontario 

The Catholic Educational Review — $5. m(S- 
My) The Catholic Educational Review, 
The Catholic University of America, 
Washington, D.C. 20017 

The Catholic School Journal— $4. m(S-Je) 
The Bruce Publishing Co. 400 N. Broad- 
way, Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 

Chicago Schools Journal — $2. m(0-My; 
Managing Editor, Chicago Schools Jour- 
nal, 6800 Stewart Av, Chicago 60621 

Child Development — $12. q Child Develop- 

,/ ment Publications. University of Chicago 

^ /Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

Childhood Education— $5.50. m(S-My) Asso- 
ciation for Childhood Education Inter- 

y national, 3615 Wisconsin Av, N.W, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20016 

Children— $1.25. bi-m(S-Jl) Superintendent 

V.' of Documents, Government Printing 
OfSce, Washington, D.C. 20402 

The Christian Scholar — $5. q Christian 
Scholar, 475 Riverside Drive, N.Y. 10027 

Claremont Reading Conference. Yearbook — 
ann Claremont Graduate School, Cur- 
riculum Laboratory, Claremont, Calif. 
91711 

The Classical Journal- $4.25. m(O-My) 
Classical Association of the Middle West 
& South, Inc, Paul R. Murphy, Circulation 
Manager, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 
45701 

The Clearing House— $5. m(S-My) The 
Clearing House, 205 Lexington Av, Sweet 
Springs, Mo. 65351 

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College and University — $3. q American As- 
sociation of Collegiate Registrars and Ad- 
missions Ofificers, Edward M. Stout, De- 
Paul University, 25 E. Jackson Blvd, Chi- 
cago 60604 

College English— $5. m(O-My) National 
Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 6th 
V St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

Comparative Education Review — $5. 3 times 
a yr. (F,Je,0) Comparative Education 
Society, Business Office, Kent State Uni- 
versity, Kent, Ohio 44240 

Conference on Reading, University of Chi- 
cago — (Supplementary Educational Mon- 
ographs) $4.50. ann University of Chicago 
Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

Conference on Reading, University of Pitts- 
burgh. Report — $3.50. ann University of 
Pittsburgh, Reading Laboratory, 2630 
Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh 15213 

Education— $5.50. m(S-My) Education, 4300 
W. 62d St, Indianapolis, Ind. 46206 

The Education Digest— $5. m(S-My) The 

\ /'Education Digest, 416 Longshore Drive, 

^Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107 

Educational and Psychological Measurement 
— $10. q Educational and Psychological 
Measurement, Box 6907, College Station, 
Durham, N.C. 27708 

The Educational Forum— $4. bi-m(N-My) 
National and Publication Office. J. Richard 
McElhenv, P.O. Box 645, West Lafayette, 
Ind. 47906 

Educational Leadership— $4.50. m(O-My) 
Association for Supervision and (Curricu- 
lum Development, National Education 
Association. 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Educational Record — $6. q American 

"^i Council on Education, 1785 Massachusetts 
Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Educational Records Bureau. Bulletins — ir- 
regular Educational Records Bureau, 21 
Audubon Av, N.Y. 10032 

Educational Research (British) — 16s. 6d. 3 
times a yr. (F,Je,N) Newnes Educational 
Publishing Co, Ltd, Tower House, South- 
ampton St, London WC 2 

Educational Screen and Audiovisual Guide — 
$4. m Educational Screen, Inc, 434 S Wa- 
bash, Chicago 60605 

Educational Theatre Journal — $5. q Amer- 
ican Educational Theatre Association, Ex- 
ecutive Office, School of Speech, North- 
western University, Evanston, 111. 60201 

Educational Theory — $5. q Editorial Office, 
276 Education Bldg, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. 61803 

Elementary English — $5. m(O-My) National 
Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 

• 6th St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

The Elementary School Journal — $4.50. m 
(O-My) University of Chicago Press, 5750 
Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

The English Journal— $5. m(S-My) National 
Council of Teachers of English, 508 S. 6th 

^' St, Champaign, 111. 61822 

English Language Teaching — 8s. q Subscrip- 
tion Department, Oxford University Press 
Warehouse, Press Rd, Neasden, London, 
NW 10 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



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Exceptional Children — $7. m(S-My) Council 
'for Exceptional Children, National Educa- 
tion Association, 1201 16tli St. N.VV. 
AVashington, D.C. 20036 
l^phe French Review — $5. 6 limes a yr. (O- 
■^I My) American Association of Teachers of 
French, J. Henry Owens, Circulation 
Manager, Eastern Michigan University, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 48197 

The German Quarterly— $7.50. bi-m (S-My) 
American Association of Teachers of Ger- 
man, Herbert H. J. Peisel, Business Man- 
ager, Department of German, Syracuse 
University, Syracuse, N.Y. 13210 

Grade Teacher— $5.50. m(S-Je) Grade 
Teacher, 23 Leroy Av, Darien, Conn. 06820 

Harvard Educational Review — $6. (| Sub- 
^••Scription Office, Margaret K. O'Hara, 
Business Manager, Longfellow Hall, 13 
Appian Way, Cambridge, Mass. 02138 

High Points — m(S-Je) New York City. 
Board of Education, 110 Livingston St, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201 

The High School Journal— $4. ni(O-My) 
University of North Carolina Press, 
V.ox 510. lliapi'l llill. X.t". 27514 

Higher Education — $1.25. 9 times a yr. Su- 
perintendent of Documents, Government 
P/inting Office. Washington, D.C. 20402 
/ f'ca.sed niil)licution June lOiM 
/ Super.seaed by American Education 

Hispania — $5. q American Association of 

-Vflcaciicrs of Spanish and Portuguese, 
Eugene Savaiano, Secretary-Treasurer, 
Wichita State University, Wichita, Kan. 
672()S 

History of Education Quarterly — $5. q Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh Press, Room 3309, 
Cathedral of Learning. University of Pitts- 
burgh. Pittsburgh 15213 

Illinois Education — $2. m(S-My) Illinois Ed- 
ucation Association, 100 E. Edwards St. 
Springfield. 111. 62704 

Improving College and University Teaching 
— $4. ([ (Iradiiatc .Schuol, 10 Commerce 
Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, 
Ore. 97331 

Indiana University. School of Education. 
Bulletin— $5. bi-m(S-Jl) School of Educa- 
tion, Indiana University, Bloomington, 
Ind. 47405 

Industrial Arts and Vocational Education 
and Technical Education — $4. ni(.S-Jc) The 
Bruce Publishing Co. 400 N. Broadway, 
Milwaukee. Wis. 53201 

The Instructor — $6. m(S-Je) The Instructor, 
Dansville. N.Y. 14437 

International Bureau of Education. Bulletin 
— 10 Swiss francs, q International Bureau 
of Education, Palais Wilson, Geneva, 
Switzerland 

International Journal of Adult and Youth 
Education — $1.50. q Division of Educa- 
tional Information and Materials, Unesco, 
Place de Fontenoy, Paris 7*. France 

International Journal of Religious Education 
— $5. m(S-Jl) International Journal. Na- 
tional Council of Churches, Box 303, N.Y. 
10027 

International Review of Education — (Text 
and title in English. French and German) 
$8.10. (| Martintis NiiiiofT, I,an^,'e Voorhout 
9. 's-Gravenhage, P.O.B. 269. Holland 

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International Yearbook of Education— 1962 
$6.50. ann Columbia University Press, In- 
ternational Documents Service, 2960 
Broadway, N.Y. 10027 

Joimial of Applied Psychology— $10. bi-m 
American Psychological Association, 1200 
'17th St, N.W^ Washington, D.C. 20036 

Journal of Business Education — $4. m(0- 
My) Robert C. Trethawav. 15 S. Franklin 
St, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18701 

Journal of Chemical Education — $4. m Jour- 
aal of Chemical Education, Business and 
'Publication Office, 20th & Northampton 
Sts, Easton, Pa. 18042 

Journal of College Placement— $5. bi-m(0- 
Ap) College Placement Council. Inc, 35 E. 
Elizabeth Av, Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 

The Journal of Communication — $4. q Na- 
tional Society for the Study of Com- 
munication. K. Wayne Pace, Business 
ManaLTor. Fresno State College, F"resno, 
Calit'. 'K^72b 

Journal of Counseling Psychology — $8. q 
Journal of Counseling Psychology, Ohio 
;5tatc I'niversity. 1945 N. High St, Colum- 
bus, Ohio 43210 

Journal of Developmental Reading — $3.50. q 
Developmental Reading StaflF, Dcpt. of 
English. Purdue University, Lafayette, 
Ind. 47907 

(."ea.sed iniJilication Suninier 1964 
Super.-Jt'ded by Journal of Reading 

Journal of Education— $3. bi-m(O-Ap) Bos- 
ton University, School of Education, 765 
(Vitntnonw calth .\v, Hostoii, Mass. 1)2215 

Journal of Educational Psychology — $10. bi- 
m(O-Ag) American Psychological Asso- 

Vciation. Inc. 1200 17th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Educational Research — $7.50. 
Tn(S-Ap; bi-m My, Jl) Denibar Educa- 
tional Research Services, Inc, Box 1605, 
Madison. Wis. 53701 

The^ Journal of Experimental Education — 
/lU. (( Deiidiar l'"-dncational Research 
Services, Inc, Box 1605, Madison, Wis. 
53701 

The Journal of General Education — $5. q 
The Pennsylvania State University Press, 
"XTniversity Park. Pa. 16S02 

The Journal of Geography — $5. m(S-My) 
A. J. Nystrom & Co, Pub. Journal of 
Geography, 3333 Elston Av, Chicago 60618 

Journal of Health, Physical Education, Rec- 
reation — $10. ni(S-N. Ja-Je) American 
Association for Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, and Recreation, National Education 
As.sociation, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Higher Education — $6. m(0- 
Je) Ohio State University Press, 164 W. 
19th Av. Columbus, Ohio 43210 

Journal of Home Economics — $10. m(S-Je) 
American Home Economics Association. 
1600 20th St, N.W. Washington. D.C. 20009 

The Journal of Industrial Arts Education — 
$6. bi-m(S-My) American Industrial Arts 
Association, Inc, Kenneth E. Dawson, Ex- 
ecutive Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of Negro Education — $4. q The 
Journal of Negro Education, Howard Uni- 
versity, Washington, D.C. 20001 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



The Journal of Nursery Education — $5. q 

National Association for Nursery Educa- 
tion. 155 E. Ohio St, Chicago 60611 
Ceased publication September 1964 
Superseded by Young Children 
Journal of Personality — $6.50. q Duke Uni- 
versitj' Press, Box 6697, College Station, 
Durham, N.C. 27708 
Journal of Reading — $4.50. 6 times a yr. (O- 
NJa,j\Ir-AIy) International Reading Asso- 
ciation, Ralph Staiger, Executive Treas- 
urer, Box 119, Newark, Del. 19711 

Supersedes Journal of Developmental 
Reading 

v8, no. 1 issued October 1964 

Journal of Research in Music Education — 

$6. q ]\Iusic Educators National Con- 
ference, NEA Bldg. 1201 16th St. N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

The Journal of School Health— $5. m(S-Je) 
American School Health Association, A. O. 
DeWeese, Executive Secretary, 515 E. 
Main St, Kent, Ohio 44240 

Journal of Secondary Education — $5. m(0- 
My) Journal of Secondary Education, 1705 
Murchison Drive, Burlingame, Calif. 94011 

Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders — 
(Monograph Supplements included) $7._ q 
American Speech and Hearing Associa- 
tion, Kenneth O. Johnson, Business Man- 
ager, 1001 Connecticut Av, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

J he Journal of Teacher Education — $3. q 
National Commission on Teacher Educa- 
tion and Professional Standards, Nation- 
al Education Association, 1201 16th St, 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Junior College Journal — $4. m(S-My) Amer- 
ican Association of Junior Colleges, Ed- 
mund J. Gleazer, jr, Executive Director. 
1315 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Kansas. University. Kansas Studies in Edu- 
cation — irregular Kansas. University, 
School of Education, Lawrence, Kan. 66044 

Kentucky School Joiumal — ^$2. m(S-My) 
Kentucky Education Association, 2303 S. 
3d St, Louisville, Ky. 40208 

Language Learning — $3. q Language Learn- 
ing, 3038 N. University Bldg, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 48104 

Liberal Education — $4. q Association of 
American Colleges, Irene Childress, Busi- 
ness Manager. 1818 R St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20009 

The Mathematics Teacher— $7. m(O-My) 
I National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 

>^ matics, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

Michigan Education Journal — $3. m(S-My) 
Michigan Education Association, Box 673, 
East Lansing, Mich. 48824 

Middle States Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools. Proceedings — ann Mid- 
dle States Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools, Elwood C. Kastner, 
Secretary, New York University, N.Y. 
10003 

Minnesota Journal of Education — $2. m(S- 
My; semi-m,S) Minnesota Education As- 
sociation, 41 Sherburne Av, St Paul, Minn. 
55103 

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The Modem Language Journal — $4. m(0- 
My) Modern Language Journal, Wallace 

G. Klein, Business Alanager 13149 Cannes 
Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 63141 

Montana Education — $4. m(S-My) Montana 
Education Association, 1232 E. 6th Av, 
Helena, Mont. 59601 

Music Educators Journal — $3.50. bi-m(S-Je) 
Music Educators National Conference, Na- 
tional Education Association, 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

Music Journal — $6. m(S-My) Music Journal, 
Inc, 1776 Broadway, N.Y. 10019 

NEA Journal — Available only to members. 
m(S-My) National Education Association 
of the United States, 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

NfeA Research Bulletin— $2. q Research Di- 

\Jvision, National Education Association, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Art Education Association. Year- 
book — ann National Art Education Asso- 
ciation, Charles AI. Dorn, Executive 
Secretarv, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 20036 

National Association of Secondary-School 
'Principals. Bulletin— $15. m(S-My) Na- 
tional Association of Secondary-School 
Principals, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Association of Student Councils. 
Yearbook — $2. ann National Association of 
Student Councils, Paul E. EHcker, Execu- 
tive Secretary, 1201 16th St, N.W, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20036 

National Association of Women Deans and 
Counselors. Journal — $5. q National Asso- 
ciation of Women Deans and Counselors, 
National Education Association, 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

The National Business Education Quarterly 
— $3. q National Business Education Asso- 
ciation, National Education Association, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Business Education Yearbook — 
$4.75. ann National Business Education 
Association, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

National Catholic Educational Association. 
Bulletin — (Proceedings included) $3. q Na- 
tional Catholic Educational Association, 
1785 Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, 
D.C. 20036 

National Commission on Teacher Education 
and Professional Standards. Official Report 
— $4, pa $3 ann National Commission 
on Teacher Education and Professional 
Standards, Don Davies, Secretary, 1201 
16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Council for the Social Studies. 
Yearbook— $5; pa $4. ann National Council 
for the Social Studies. 1201 16th St, N.W, 
Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 
matics. Yearbook— $3; pa $1.50. ann Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 
1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS INDEXED 



XI 



National Education Association. Addresses 
and Proceedings — $5. ann National Educa- 
tion Association, 1201 16th St. N.W, 
Washington, B.C. 20036 

The National Elementary Principal — $5.50. 
6 times a yr (S, N, Ja-F, Ap-My) Depart- 
ment of Elementary School Principals, 
National Education Association. 1201 16th 
St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 20036 

National Society for the Study of Education. 
Yearbook <2pts)— pt. 1 $6.50; pt. 2 $4.50. 
ann University of Chicago Press, 5750 
Ellis Av, Chicago 60637 

The Nation's Schools — $4. m The Nation's 
Schools. Circulation Department, 1050 
Merchandise Mart, Chicago 60654 

New York City. Board of Education. Cur- 
riculum Bulletins — irregular New York 
City. Board of Education. Publication 
Sales Office, 110 Livingston St, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 11201 

New York Society for the Experimental 
Study of Education. Yearbook — $3. I)ieniiial 
110 Livingston St. Brooklyn. N.Y. 11201 

New York State Education— $2. m(O-Je) 
New York Stale Teachers Association. 
152 Washington A v. Albany, N.Y. 12210 

The North Central Association Quarterly— 
$4; to libs $3. q North Central Association 
of Colleges and Secondary Schools, 5454 
South Siiore Drive, Chicago 60615 

Ohio Schools— $3.50. m(S-My) Ohio Edu- 
cation Association, 225 E. Broad St, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio 43215 

The PTA Magazine— $1.50. m(S-Je) PTA 
Magazine. 700 N. Kiisli St. Chicago 60611 

Peabody Journal of Education — $3.50. bi-m 
(S-Jl) George Peabody College for Teach- 
ers, 21st .\\, Nashville, Tcnn. 37203 

Pennsylvania School Journal— $3. m(S-My) 
Pennsylvania State Education Associa- 
tion, r.ox 1721. il.inisl.urf,'. I'a. 17105 

Pennsylvania. University. Schoolmen's 
Week. Proceedings— $3.75. ann University 
of Pctinsvlvania Press, 3436 Walnut St. 
Phil.idclpliia 19104 

The Personnel and Guidance Journal— $10. m 
(S-Jc) American rcrsonncl and Guidance 
AssDcialinn, 1605 New Hampshire Av. 
N.W, Washington, D.C. 20009 

Phi Delta Kappan— $5. m(S-Je) Phi Delta 
Kai)p;m, Jules Harcourt, Business Man- 
ager. 8lh St. and Union Av. Bloomington, 
Ind. 47103 

Practical Forecast for Home Economics — 
$4.50, m(S-Mv) Practical/ Forecast, 9(X) 
Sylvan Av. Eiiglcwood ClifTs, N.J. 07632 

The Quarterly Journal of Speech — $10. q 
Speech Association of .America, William 
Work, Executive Secretary, Statler Hilton 
Hotel, New York. N.Y. 10001 

The Reading Teacher— $4.50. 8 times a yr. 
(O-My) International Roatiing Association, 
P.O. Box 119. Newark, Del. 19711 

Religious Education — (Research Supplements 
included) $8.50. bi-m(Jl-My) The Reli- 
gious Education Association, 545 W. 111th 
St, N.Y. 10025 

Educ X 7/64-6/65 



Rc^ew of Educational Research— $7. bi-m 
(O-Je) American Educational Research 

^Association, National Education Associa- 
tion, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, D.C. 
20036 

Safety Education— $3.75. m(S-My) National 
Safety Council, 425 N. Michigan Av, 
Chicago 60611 

Scholastic Coach— $3. m(S-Te) Scholastic 
Coach, 50 W. 44th St, N.Y. 10036 

School Activities— $4.50. m(S-My) School 
Service Co. Inc. Box 196, Tescott. Kan. 
67484 

School and Community — $4. m(S-My) Mis- 
souri State Teachers Association. Colum- 
bia, Mo. 65202 

School and Society — (Summer annual includ- 
ed) $8.50. bi-w(O-My) Society for the 
Advancement of Education Inc. 1860 
Broadway, N.Y. 10023 

School Arts — $7. m(S-Je) School Arts, 
Printers Bldg, 44 Portland St, Worcester, 
Mass. 01608 

School Life — $1.75. 9 times a yr. School 
Life, Superintendent of Documents, Gov- 
ernment Printing Ortice, Washington, D.C. 
20402 

Ceased publication December 1964 
Superseiied by American lOducation 

School Management — $8. m School Manage- 
ment Magazines, Inc. 22 W. Putnam Av. 
Greenwich, Conn. 06830 

The School Musician Director and Teacher — 
J4. m(S-Jc) School Musician. 4 E. Clinton 
St, Joiict, 111. f)0431 

Tlie School Review — $5. q University of 

Y Chicav^o Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Chicago 
60637 

3ol Science and Mathematics — $6. m(0- 
School Science and Mathematics. 
t!ier Shetlcr. Business Manager, P.O. 

IJox 108, BlulTton. Ohio 45817 
School Shop— $4. m(S-Je) School Shop. 416 

Longshore Drive. Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107 
Science Education — $5. m(F-Ap;bi-m,0,D) 

Science Education, Inc. C. M. Pruitt, 

University of Tampa, Tampa, Fla. 33606 
Tht Science Teacher— $10. m(S-My) Na- 

/ional Science Teachers Association, Na- 
\/tional Education Association. 1201 16th 

St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 
The Sight-Saving Review— $3.50. q National 

Society for the Prevention of Blindness. 

Inc. 16 E. 40th St, N.Y. 10016 
Social Education — $5. m(O-My) Social Ed- 
/' ucation, 1201 16th St, N.W, Washington, 

D.C. 20036 
The Social Studies— $5. m(O-Ap) McKinley 

Pul)lishing Co, 112 S New Broadway, 
V I'.rooklawn. N.J. 0S()30 
Sociology of Education — $7. q American 

Sociological Association, Suite 215, 1755 

Massachusetts Av, N.W, Washington, D.C. 

20036 
Soviet Education — $70. m International Arts 

am! Sciences Press, 108 Grand St, White 

Plains, N.Y. 10601 
Speech Monographs — $10. q Speech Associa- 
tion of America, William Work, Executive 

Secretary, Statler Hilton Hotel, New York, 

N.Y. 10001 



EDUCATION INDEX 



July 1964— June 1965 



AAAS. See American association for the ad- 
vancement of science 

A.A.C. See Association of American colleges 

AACRAO. See American association of col- 
legiate registrars and admissions officers 

A.A.CT.E. See American association of colleges 
for teacher education 

AAHPER. See American association for health. 
physical education, and recreation 

AAHPER honor award 
Awards. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:42-4 Je '64 
New Recognition awards committee. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 35:10+ S '64 
Recognition program of the AAHPER. 11 
J HeHllh Phys Ed Rec 36:26-7 Ja 65 

A.A.J.C. See American association of Junior 
colleges 

AAMO. See American association on mental 
deficiency 

AASA. See American association of school 
administrators 

AASL. See American association of school 11- 
l)rarlans 

AATF. See American association of teachers of 
French 

AATSP. See American association of teachers 
of Spanish and Portusruese 

AAUP. See American association of university 
professors 

ABA. See American bandmasters a.<isoclatlon 

A.C.E. See Advl8or>- centre for education. Eng- 
land 

A.C.E.I. See Association for childhood educa- 
tion international 

ACS. .See American chemical society 

ACSSAVO. Sec Association of chief state school 
audiovl.>,ual oftloers 

A.C.T. See American colleire testing program 
examination 

AEA. See Adult education association of the 
United States of America; Arizona educa- 
tion association 

AETA. See American educational theatre asso- 
ciation 

AFDC (aid to families with dependent children) 
See Child welfare — United States 

A.F.F.S. See American federation of film so- 
cieties 

AFL-CiO. See American federation of labor 
and Congress of Indu.otrial organizations 

A.F.T. Soe American federation of teachers 

AGI. Soe American geological institute 

A.H.E.A. See American home economics asso- 
ciation 

AIAA. See American Industrial arts association 

AID. See United States — Agency for Interna- 
tional development 

ALA. See American library association 

ALA bulletin 

Some thoughts about publishing: June 1964 
issue. S. Smith. AI^ liul 58:4^9 Je '64 

A.M. A. See Assistant masters association. 
England 

APGA. See American personnel and guidance 
a."'.''oclation 

ASBOA. See American school band directors 
association 

ASBO. See Association of school business of- 
ficials of the United States and Canada 

ASCAP. See American society of composers, 
authors and publishers 

ASCO. See Association for supervision and cur- 
riculum development 

A.S.E. See Association for science education. 
England 

ASFSA. See American school food service asso- 
ciation 

ASHA. See American school health association 

ASTA. See American string teachers associa- 
tion 

ATP. See Adenosine triphosphate 

A.T.T.I. See Association of teachers In tech- 
nical Institutions, England 



A. (J. E.G. See Association of university evening 
colleges 

A.U.T. See Association of university teachers. 

England 
AV squad. See Audio-visual clubs 
AVA. See American vocational association 
ABACUS 
Antiquity In modernity. P. R. Neurelter. 11 

Instr 71:26 Mr '65 
Considerations in the selection of learning 
aids. P. Spross. 11 Arlth Teach 11:350-3 My 
'64 
How an abacus can help you teach math. A. 
V. Beaumont. 11 Grade Teach 82:24+ Ap '65 
Japanese abacus as a computational aid for 
blind children. C. Y. Nolan and J. E. 
Morris. Excep Child 31:15-17 S '64 
ABBREVIATIONS 
Educiitor's professional alphabet. Pa Sch J 

See also 
Acronyms 
ABILITIES, Special. See Aptitudes 
ABILITY 
Automatization cognitive style and physical 
developinent I). M. liroverman and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 35:1343-59 D '64 
Capacities of children. M. C. Reynolds. Excep 
Child 31:337-42 Mr '65 ^j<.i.«:m 

Ediicatlon. automation, and competrncv. P. 
E. Slegle. Sch & Soe 92:309-10 O 31 '64 

Personality and the measurement of Intel- 
ligence. H. J. Evsenck and P. O. White, 
bibiiog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:197-202 Je '64 

Pooh-pooh to I.Q. J. Elkind. Clearing House 
38:561 My '64 
See also 

Artistic ability 

ColIoL-.i nr.Iilude 

<""• r abilities 

Cr. ity 

Ml a ability 

Motur ability 

Musical ability 

Physical ai.ility 

Scientific ability 

Research 

Effect of method of instruction on retention 
and transfer for different levels of abilltv 
K D. Orton and others. Sch R 72:451-61 
\Vlnt 64 

Meaningful learning and retention: Intraper- 
.^nal cognitive variables. J. J. Gallagher, 
bibliog R Ed Res 34:499-512 D '64 

Mediation and ability In paired-associate 
learning. R. E. Davidson, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 55:352-6 D '64 

Organization of mental abilities from ages 
fourteen to fifty-four. M. Welner. bibliog 
Ed & Psychol ^I 24:573-87 Fall '64 

Self-evaluation and the evaluation of choice 
alternatives. H. B. Gerard and others, bib- 
liog J Personal 32:395-410 S '64 

Structure of ability in the lower Intellectual 
range. J. B. Taylor, bibliog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 68:766-74 My '64 

Trends in the measurement of general mental 
ability. J. Millnmn and M. D. Glock. bib- 
liog R Ed Res 35:17-24 F '65 
ABILITY, Influence of age on 

Adults versus children in second-language 
learning: psychological considerations. D. P. 
Ausubel. Mod Lang J 48:420-4 N '64 

Aptitude changes as a function of age. M. I.,. 
Hirt. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:174-7 
O '64 

Attainment and transfer of logical connec- 
tives In children. J. Younlss and H. G. 
Furth. J Ed Psychol 55:357-61 D '64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ABILITY, Influence of age on — Continued 
Comparison of the achievement of early and 
late school starters in reading related and 
non-reading related areas in fourth and 
fifth grades. J. W. Halliwell and B. W. 
Stein, bibliog El Engl 41:631-9 O '64; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 30:29-31 Ja '65 
Investigation into the effect of date of birth 
on subsequent school performance. P. C. 
Jinks. Ed Res 6:220-5 Je '64 

Research 

Cross-sectional and longitudinal study of 
scholastic abilities over twenty-five years. 
D. P. Campbell, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
12:55-61 Spr '65 

L'influence du niveau de developpement sur 
I'apprentissage d'une seconde langue parmi 
les enfants de descendance anglo-saxonne. 
L. I. Masson. Can Ed Res Digest 4:183-92 
S '64 . , 

Organization of mental abilities from ages 
fourteen to flfty-four. M. Weiner. bibliog 
Ed & Psychol M 24:573-87 Fall '64 
ABILITY and achievement 

Academic attitudes, expectations, and 
achievement. L. A. Olson. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:39-41 Wint '65 

Capacities of children. M. C. Reynolds. Bxcep 
Child 31:337-42 Mr '65 

Comparison of values among teachers, ac- 
ademic underachievers. and achievers. N. A. 
Sprinthall. bibliog J Exp Ed 33:193-6 Wint 
'64 

Experiment with low achievers in arithmetic. 
K. E. Easterday. Math Teach 57:462-8 N '64 

Factors related to differential achievement 
among boys in ninth-grade algebra. C. H. 
Zoolalian. J Ed Res 58:205-7 Ja '65 

Identifying reading problems of the under- 
achieving mentally retarded child. J. F. 
Cawley. bibliog H Sch J 48:166-72 D '64 

Influence of intra-personal variables on aca- 
demic achievement. J. K. Tuel and R. 
Wursten. bibliog Calif J Ed Res 16:58-64 
Mr '65 , , . 

Non-intellective predictors of academic suc- 
cess in school and college. J. A. Finger and 
G. E. Schlesser. Sch R 73:14-29 Spr '65 

Normative approach to measurement of 
underachievement. E. S. Edgington. bibliog 
J Exp Ed 33:197-200 Wint '64 

Note on parent attitudes toward independence 
training and the academic achievement of 
their children. M. C. Shaw. J Ed Psychol 
55:371-4 D '64 , . , ^. ^. o 

Reading potential: appraisal or prediction.' 
A. S. McDonald, bibliog J Read 8:115-19 
N '64 . . 

Role expectancy and its effect on performance 
and achievement among gifted students. 
A. F. Isaacs, bibliog H Sch J 48:107-16 
N '64 

Successful student. P. W. Jackson, bibliog 
Teach Col Rec 66:635-44 Ap '65 

Underachievement and the intelligent crea- 
tive child. D. M. Wonderly and E. S. Flem- 
ing, bibliog Excep Child 31:405-9 Ap '65 

Underachievement as dissent. J. N. Sotis. 
N Y State Ed 52:10-11+ Ap '65 , _ 

Under-achiever program. M. Passy and V. 
Reichman. H Points 46:38-44 N '64 

Validity of the Yale Strong scales at Har- 
vard. C. McArthur. J Counsel Psychol 12: 
35-8 Spr '65 
See also 

Underachievement 

Research 

Actual and expected reading scores of gifted 
and average pupils. Sister Josephina. Pea- 
body J Ed 42:28-31 Jl '64 

Affective differences between successful and 
non-successful bright ninth grade boys. T. 
A. Ringness. Personnel & Guid J 43:600-6 
P '65 

Characteristics of achievers and under- 
achievers of a large senior high school. 
L. Carmical. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
43:390-5 D '64 

Classification and comparison of techniques 
used in selecting under- and over-achievers. 
W. W. Farquhar and D. A. Payne, bibliog 
Personnel & Guid J 42:874-84 My '64 

Construction and validation of a forced-choice 
over- and under-achievement scale. C. W. 
Waters, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:921-8 
Wint '64 

Control of ability to learn in the comparison 
of extreme groups. C. I. Chase. J Ed Res 
57:495-7 My '64 

Development and validation of an achieve- 
ment test for measuring higher level cogni- 
tive processes in general science. R. W. 
McFall. J Exp Ed 33:103-6 Fall '64 



Effectiveness of two study habits inventories 
in predicting consistent over-, under- and 
normal achievement in college; with com- 
ment by H. Borow. P. De Sena, bibliog J 
Counsel Psychol 11:388-94 Wint '64 

Factors affecting the manifestation of crea- 
tive ability by scientists. F. M. Andrews. 
J Personal 33:140-52 Mr '65 

Intelligence, creativity, and achievement in 
a nonselective public junior high school. 
M. P. Edwards and L. E. Tyler. J Ed 
Psychol 56:96-9 Ap '65 

Multiple counseling with underachieving 
junior high school pupils of bright, normal 
and higher ability. O. G. Mink. J Ed Res 
58:31-4 S '64 

Over- and underachievement in reading. H. 
D. Carter. Calif J Ed Res 15:175-83 S '64 

Persistence in ability-achievement discrep- 
ancies and Kuder scores. M. Wagman. 
Personnel & Guid J 43:383-9 D "64 

Programed instruction in science and mathe- 
matics; ability. L. J. Briggs and D. Angell. 
R Ed Res 34:361 Je '64 

Recall of completed and interrupted tasks by 
achievers and underachievers. J. G. Martin 
and J. Davidson. J Ed Psychol 55:314-16 D 
•64 

Study of children with unusual difficulty in 
reading and arithmetic. J. B. Bowers. Can 
Ed Res Digest 4:273-8 D '64 

Trends in the measurement of educational 
achievement; prediction and classification. 
H. F. Bligh. R Ed Res 35:44-6 F '65 

Underachievement revisited. J. C. Gowan. 
bibliog H Sch J 48:117-19 N '64 

Using research to gear learning activities to 
achievement level of students. H. J. Klaus- 
meier. il Wis J Ed 96:28-9 F '64 
ABILITY grouping 

Ability grouping is democratic. R. W. Burns 
and M! B. Craik. il Tex Outl 49:26-7 Mr '65 

Against the stream. Times Ed Sup 2575:464 
S 25 '64 

Case against homogeneous grouping. J. 
Hack. Ariz Teach 53:22 Ja '65 

Dropouts and the graded school. V. C. Dipas- 
quale. Phi Delta Kappan 46:129-33 N '64 

Evaluating tomorrow's English teachers. E. 
R. Fagan. J Sec Ed 39:321-5 N '64 

Grouping for arithmetic increases pupil 

frowth. J. N. Hambourger. Chicago Sch J 
5:362-5 My '64 
Grouping the gifted; opinions differ. B. Bet- 

telheim; K. Mott. il NEA J 54:8-11 Mr '65; 

Summary. Ky Sch J 43:6 Ap '65 
Integration: reconstructing academic values 

of youths in deprived areas. D. U. Levine. 

Clearing House 39:159-62 N '64 
Meeting individual differences in reading 

through effective use of school organiza- 
tion. A. Miller. Conf on Read Univ Chicago 

26:209-13 '64 
Nature of human relations problems in the 

classroom. G. Noar. North Cen Assn Q 39: 

196-9 Fall '64 
Reading; blind alleys and fruitful byways. 

B. J. Weiss. Ed 84:529-32 My '64 
Streamed or unstreamed? review of Stream- 
ing: an education system in miniature. 

by B. Jackson. Times Ed Sup 2583:932 

N 20 '64 
Team teaching and nongrading: a case for 

individual timetabling in Canadian schools. 

J. Angrave. bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 5: 

48-59 Mr '65 
See also 
Classification — Students 
Group instruction 

Evaluation 

Comparison of sociometric patterns of sixth- 
grade pupils in two school systems: ability 
grouping compared with heterogeneous 
grouping. F. R. Deitrich. J Ed Res 57: 
507-13 Jl '64 

Readiness, for reading vocabulary with ability 
grouping. P. J. Groff. J Ed Res 58;140-1 
N '64 

Research 

Ability grouping by classes? J. H. Shores, 
bibliog 111 Ed 53:169-72 D '64 

Critical review of grouping. G. A. Vergason. 
bibliog H Sch J 48:427-33 Ap '65 

Meaningful learning and retention: task and 
method variables; grouping. F. J. Mc- 
Donald. R Ed Res 34:541 D '64 

Organizational character of education: staff 
utilization and deployment; grouping. R. H. 
Andersen. R Ed Res 34:461-3 O '64 

Colleges and universities 
Our dilemma of mass education. E. P. 
Karner. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:38 
Wint '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



ABILITY grouping — Continued 
Eighth grades 
Instructional materials for teaching meteorol- 
ogy. L. J. Bicak. Sci Teach 31:50+ O '64 

Elementary schools 
Should we group by creative abilities? J. B. 

Macdonald and J. D. Raths. El Sch J 65: 

137-42 D -64 
Some tentative conclusions about grouping. 

Ed Digest 30:47-9 N '64 
Three Charlie Brown blankets in reading 

Instruction. M. S. Marcus. El Engl 42:247- 

8+ Mr '65 

High schools 

How ability grouping develops an effective 
and popular gymna.stics unit. T. M. Vodola. 
il J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:30-1 O '64 

Life opportunity and personality: some con- 
sequences of stratified secondary education 
in Great Britain. G. H. Elder, jr. Sociol 
of Ed 38:173-202 Spr '65 

Lowering the grade barriers. Sister Mary 
Cordula. Cath Ed R 63:111-14 F 65 

Memo to parents; groiiping. grading and col- 
lege admissions. R. F. Olson. J Sec Ed 40: 
153-5 Ap -65 

San Angelo's three-rail program. W. Eilers, 
Jr. Am Sch Bd J 149:11-12 S '64 

They can do it: leam shorthand. Q. T. Espo- 
slto. 11 J Bsns Ed 40:284-6 Ap '65 

Intermediate grades 

How small districts can use departmentaliza- 
tion and ability grouping. J. L. Gunn. 11 
Sch Mgt 8:51-3 Ag '64 

Joplin plan and traditional reading groups. 
R. M. Carson and J. M. Thompson. El 
Sch J 65:38-43 O '64 

Junior high schools 

Ability grouping In Junior high school. P. C. 
Adams. Jr. J Health Phys Ed Kec 35:83 
My 64 

Primary grades 

In LIbby. pre-school testing leads to un- 
graded primary; the readiness room. M. 
Cain. 11 Mont Ed 41:9-10 Ap '65 

Three-ln-two plan breaches no-man's land. 
M. M. Harris, il Ohio Sch 42:28-9 D '64 
ABILITY tests 

General ability and Interest measures a* dif- 
ferential predictors of academic achieve- 
ment. A. Miller. Ed & Psychol M 24:357-62 
Sum '64 

Intraindlvidual and Interlndlvldual positional 
preference response stylos In ability tests. 
K. D. Hopkin.s and B. R. HoDkln.s. bIbllOK 
Ed & Psychol M 24:801-5 WInt 64 

Performance on individual ability tests as a 
function of various scoring cutoffs. M. Y. 
Quereshl. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24;4S1- 
512 Fall '64 

Structure of ability in the lower Intellectual 
range. J. B. Taylor, blbllog Am J Men De- 
ficiency 68:766-74 My '64 

Trends In the measurement of general men- 
tal ability; new approaches and tests. J. 
Millman and M. D. Qlock. K Ed Res 35:20-2 
F '65 
See also 

Achievement tests 

Aptitude tests 

Cooperative school and college ability tests 

Motor ability tests 

Musical ability tests 

Otis nulck-sroring mental ability testa 

Physical ability tests 

Progno.sis tests 
ABILITY to learn. See Educabillty 
ABINQTON, Pennsylvania 

High school 

Operation bootstrap; North campus high 
school. C. J. Manone and A. A. Glatthorn. 
II plans Am Sch Bd J 150:64-7 Mr "65 
ABRAHAM, Willard 

Tlmo for professional reading: review of A 
time for teaching. J. Sanders. Ariz Teach 
53:21 N 'CI 
ABRIDGED books. See Books. Condensed 
ABSENCES 

Research 

Effects of absence on primary school per- 
formance. J. W. 15, Douglas and J. M. 
Ross. Brit J Ed Psychol 35:28-40 F '65 

Elementary schools 
Disadvantaged child: the frequently absent 
child. N. N. Jaffa. Instr 74:25 F '65 



High schools 
Assignment slips, cure for absenteeism. B. J. 

Russo and L. Rueb. Wis J Ed 97:22-3 F '65 
Dear teacher: I was absent because. . S. 

Federman. Am Sch Bd J 149:24 S '64 

Kindergarten 
Attendance check in the kindergarten. E. F. 
Hunter. Calif Ed 2:24 S "64 
ABSOLUTE value 
Lesson on absolute value. D. Cohen. Arlth 
reach ll:o61-2 D '64 
ABSOLUTE zero 

Crj'ogenics for the science teacher. R. J. 

ABSoH^Tl'iN^"' ^^"^ '^■'^''^ ^' '«5 

Analysis of potassium bicarbonate. H. 
A«A*^J^5."li^'"- <^'^^ Sci Teach 31:45 D '64 
ABSOF?PTION apparatus. See Chemical appara- 

ABSORPTION of rays 
.?rp also 
Beers law 
ABSORPTION spectra. See Spectrum— Absorp- 
tion spectra 
ABSTRACT art. See Art, Abstract 
ABSTRACTION 
Commentary Inspired by the new mathema- 
tics programs. R. J. Diamond; reply. G. S. 
Young. Sch Sci & Math 64:545-9 Je '64 
Study of Illustrative material. D. Richardson 
Speech Mon 31:179-80 Je '64 
ABSTRACTS 
Student Investigations; abstracts of award- 
winning reports, ed. by V. Showalter and 
I. S esnick (cont) Sci Teach 31:44-6 Ap; 
l^-,*-^. O: 24-5 N; 37-9 D '64: 32:39-41 Jal 
49-1- Ap 6d 

ABSTRACTS, Educational 
Abstracts. See issues of Journal of home 

economics 
Abstracts, of staff studies 1963. Can Ed Res 

Digest 4:143-59 Je '64 
A»>strarfs of studies of the educable mentally 

handicapped. C. A. Clark and C. V Ko- 

rnanow. Chicago Sch J 46 sup:l-67 N '64 
Abstracts of the.ses In the field of speech; 

. .^X ^- ^^'- I^o^- Speech Mon 31:224-99 
Ag 64 

Canadian studies at U.S. universities 1963. 
Can Ed Res r>igest 4:160-2 Je '64 

Catholic university research abstracts. See 
Issues of Catholic educational review 

Re.s.'arch abstracts. See Issues of AV com- 
munication review 

Research abstracts. American a.s.soclatlon for 
health, physical education, and recreation 
Research council. Research abstracts com- 
mittee. See l.ssues of American association 
for health, physical education and recrea- 
tion. Research quarterly 

^HUVi"^''''''' of graduate theses in education 
1963. Can Ed Res Digest 4:113-42 Je '64 

Suuunarles of re.soarches reported in degree 
theses. See is^sues of British journal of 
educational psvcholoirv 

Title VII re.soarch abstracts (cont) W H 
Allen. Av Comm R 12:233-55. 478-97; 13- 
92-111 Sum. Wlnt '64-Spr '65 
ACADEMIC aptitude. See College aptitude 
ACADEMIC centers. See Colleges and unl- 
viT.siiic.s — < )ff-campus centers 

ACADEMIC college-preparatory diploma. See 

I 'Iplomas 

ACADEMIC degrees. See Degrees. Academic 
ACADEMIC dissertations. See Dissertations. 
.Arudoinic 

ACADEMIC freedom 
Academic excellence. E. L. Boyer Improving 

Col Unlv Teach 12:164 Sum '64 ^'"^'"k 
Academic freedom and tenure: a report on 

l^^t, notice cases. B. H. Davis. AAUP Bui 

51:21-4 Mr 65 
Academic freedom and tenure; 1940 state- 
ment of principles. AAUP Bui 50:251-2 

S 'C4 
Academic freedom and the elementary school 

teacher. P. M. Katz. Ed Forum 29:85-7 N 
64 
Academic freedom In the schools. S M Mc- 

Mtirrin. Teach Col Kec 65:658-63 My '64 
Academic freedom. Jewel or bauble? R P 

Bailey. Wis J Ed 97^:16 F '65 ""■"""'• "- ^■ 
British view of brimstone. G. Baron. Teach 

Col Kec 65:667-70 Mv '64 i««.^" 

Complexity in hades. B. A. Rogge. Teach Col 

Kec 65:654-7 My '64 
Exploring crucial Issues in the social studies 

field. S. Brodbelt. Social Studies 55:243-6 

Freedom and the L.E.A's: no danger to 
training colleges. Times Ed Sup 2562:1776 
Je 26 '64 

Freedom is more than academic. F. Keppel. 

II CTA J 61:13-1- Ja '65 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ACADEMIC freedom — Continued 
Hell breaks loose in Paradise. Teach Col Rec 

65:651-3 My '64 
Minnesota's famous (infamous) Sibley letter; 

case study in academic freedom. V. R. 

Rogers. Phi Delta Kappan 45:467-9 Je '64 
Place of controversy on the campus. J. E. 

Watson. J Higrher Ed 36:18-24 Ja '65 
Santa Claus in hell. Li. W. Ashby. Teach Col 

Kec 65:604-6 My '64 
View from the center. R. Hillman. Ed Lead 

22:155-74- D '64 ^ ,.^ ..... 

We teach freedom: two California incidents. 

J. W. McKenney. il CTA J 61:6-9 Ja '65 
What do the censors fear'? book censorship. 

E. M. Olson, biblioff Teach Col Rec 66:565- 

73 Ap '65 
See also 
American association of university professors 

— Committee on academic freedom and 

tenure 
ACADEMIC freedom of students. See Students 

— Civil riprhts 

ACADEMIC rank . , ^ » . r, o 

Is a B in physics equal to an A in shop? 
E.D.P. helps you tell. G. E. Anderson, jr. 
Nations Sch 74:38 D '64 
See also 
Student achievements 

Colleges and universities 
Alternative approach to scholastic aptitude 
tests as predictors of graduation rank at 
selective colleges. M. R. Sgan. Ed & 
Psychol M 24:347-52 Sum '64 
Interdepartmental variability and student ex- 
pectations of college grades. L. R. Aiken, 
jr. Ed & Psychol M 24:823-9 Wint '64 

High schools 

How to make grading make sense. Sch Mgt 

9:85-9+ Mr '65 ... 

Nonacademic involvement of students and 

their academic achievement. T. R. O'Don- 

ovan and Sister Mary Leila. Cath Ed R 62: 

217-30 Ap '64 

On the backgrounds of doctorates. S. Strauss. 

bibliog Sci Ed 49:5-36 F '65 
On the doctorate in education. S. Strauss. 

J Teach Ed 16:46-53 Mr '65 
Pre-college variables as predictors of fresh- 
man, sophomore, and junior achievement. 
J. W. Lewis. Ed & Psychol M 24:353-6 
Sum '64 
Quality and quantity of accomplishments as 
measures of creativity. R. W. Skager and 
others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 56:31-9 P '65 
Rank in high school class predicts college 
success at Southern Illinois university. 
R. A. Benton. Ag Ed Mag 37:101 O '64 
Rank in high school graduating classes of 
various sizes as a predictor of college 
grades. L. R. Aiken, jr. bibliog J Ed Res 
58:56-60 O '64 
Some nomographs for academic prediction 
work. L. R. Aiken, jr. Ed & Psychol M 24: 
913-20 Wint '64 
Validity of several methods of expressing 
high school achievement level. W. W. Will- 
ingham. Col & Univ 40:49-54 Fall '64 
ACADEMIC role. See Social role 
ACADEMIC self -concept questionnaire. See Self 

appraisal — Tests and scales 
ACADEMIC senates. See Committees, Educa- 
tional 
ACADEMIC success. See Student achievements 
ACADEMIC suspension. See Suspensions and 

reinstatements 
ACADEMIC tenure. See Tenure 
ACADEMIC values. See Values 
ACADEMIES of science. See Scientific societies 
ACADEMY of pedagogical sciences, Moscow. 
See Russian academy of pedagogical sci- 
ences 
ACCELERATED children. See Children, Gifted 
ACCELERATION (education) 
Accelerate bright children? R. W. Langerak; 

K. Christian. Instr 74:11 Mr '65 
Differential prograinming for able and gifted 
pupils. J. P. Rice. Calif Ed 2:25-6+ Ap '65 
Evaluation of an accelerated arithmetic pro- 
gram. J. N. Jacobs and others. Arith Teach 
12:113-19 F '65 
Programmed instruction in adult education; 
accelerated high school subjects class. L. 
Van Phelan and others. 11 Calif Ed 2:19- 
20+ Mr '65 
Sociologist looks at the twelve-month school 
year. G. Turbeville. Peabody J Ed 42:182-6 
N '64 
See also 
College entrance examination board — ^Ad- 
vanced placement program 



Research 
Computation skills: results of acceleration. 
J. O. Ivey. Arith Teach 12:39-42 Ja '65 

Colleges and universities 

Advanced placement. K. J. Erickson. Am 
Council Ind Arts Teach Ed Yrbk 14:128-41 
'65; Same cond. K. J. Erickson and A. A. 
Hanke. Sch Shop 24:34-5+ P '65 

Excellence on the campus. P. L. Keegan. Ed 
Kec 45:155-60 Spr '64 

Selection of students for placement in ac- 
celerated first-year college chemistry. R. W. 
Hanson. Sch Sci & Math 64:786-91 D '&4 
See also 

Degrees, Academic — Time requirements 

Elementary schools 
Accelerating bright older children. H. J. 

Klausmeier. Wis J Ed 96:19-20+ My '64 
Computation skills: results of acceleration. 

J. O. Ivey. Arith Teach 12:39-42 Ja '65 

High schools 

Advanced placement: opinions differ. E. M. 
Gerritz; C. R. Haywood, il NEA J 54:22-4 
Ja '65 

Advanced placement program for college- 
level business subjects. A. H. Scolnick. 
N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:53-5 

College programs for able high school stu- 
dents in California. T. G. Twitchell. Bxcep 
Child 31:389-95 Ap '65 
ACCENTS and accentuation 

Around the edge of language: intonation. 
D. L. Bolinger. Harvard Ed R 34:282-96 Spr 
'64 
See also 

English language — Accents and accentuation 
ACCIDENT prevention. See Accidents — Preven- 
tion 
ACCIDENTS 

Alcohol and traffic accidents, il Safety Ed 
44:29-31 Ja '65 

Funny thing happened: round-up of odd ac- 
cidents. T. Dodds. Safety Ed 44:12-14 Ja 
'65 

Homemade rockets can kill. E. Nelson. Safety 
Ed 44:20-3 O '64 

Lunch-hour injury. S. F. Roach. Sch Mgt 
9:32+ Ap '65 

Up-side down quiz: how much do you know 
about falls? Safety Ed 44:23 F "65 
See also 

Burns and scalds 

First aid in illness and injury 

Poisons 

Sports — Accidents and injuries 

Prevention 
Accident prevention in childhood. L. W. 

Sauer. PTA Mag 58:23-4 Je '64 
Colorful first aid teaching. G. Stromgren. il 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:31+ Ap '65 
High hazards of sledding, il Safety Ed 44: 

24-8 Ja '65 
It's more than a report; Green Bay's annual 

school accident report. Safety Ed 44:24-8 

Mr '65 , „ ,„.. 

Physical educator looks at safety. E. Wil- 
liams. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:43 N '64 
Pinched nerve type of shoulder injury in 

football. S. Moore. Schol Coach 34:50+ 

Ap '65 
Prevention, care, and concern for intramural 

injuries. D. O. Matthews. Athletic J 45: 

84-5+ Mr '65 
Push button traffic accidents, il Safety Ed 

44:23+ Mr '65 
Safety education. J. D. Elkow. Grade Teach 

82:86-8 D '64 
Safety in sixty seconds; traffic safety an- 
nouncements, il Safety Ed 44:17-19 Ja '65 
School accidents: incidence and prevention. 

P. Shaw. N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 

1963:92-3 
Ten cases of the negligent teacher. D. J. 

Kigin. Safety Ed 44:12-16+ D '64 
Trick or tragedy. B. Dauw. il Safety Ed 44:8- 

10 O '64 
Winter driving; safety education data sheet. 

Safety Ed 44:29-31 F '65 
See also 
Moving pictures in safety education 
Safety devices and measures 
Safety education 

Psychological aspects 
ID and driver education; psychological tests 
can help determine if a student is einotion- 
ally ready to drive. J. Bauer. Safety Ed 
44:13-16 Mr '65 

Statistics 

National accident fatality toll. Safety Ed 44: 
30 Ap '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



ACCIDENTS, Liability for. See Liability (law) 
ACCOMPANIMENT, Musical. See Musical ac- 
companiment 
ACCOMPLISHMENT quotient. See Achieve- 
ment quotient 
ACCORDION 
Accordion of the future. M. Ellegaard. 11 
Mus J 22:464- D '64 
ACCOUNTANTS 
New directions in the preparation of book- 
keepine and clerical personnel. B. L. Keel- 
ing. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:213-28 '64 
See also 
Accounting as a profession 

Qualifications 

New U.S. Civil service standards for ac- 
counting technicians. J. H. Dent. Bal Sheet 
46:397-9 My '65 
ACCOUNTING 

Financial accounting principles and proce- 
dures for local and state school systems. 
J. A. Perkins, jr. Assn Sch Bsns Officials 
U S and Canada Proc 49:87-90 '63 

United services forum: bookkeeping; and ac- 
counting; ed. by L. A. Brendel. See Issues 
of Business education forum October 1962- 
May 1964 

United services forum: bookkeeping and ac- 
counting; ed. by H. F. Yengel. See Issues 
of Business education fortun October 1964- 
8ee also 

Bookkeeping 

Cost accounting 

Computer aids 
Bookkeeping and accounting for all office 

workers: a new approach. J. Binnion. Bal 

Sheet 46:292-54- Mr 6.5 
Data processing's role In bookkeeping. M. W. 

Wood and R. G. Espegren. il Bsns Ed 

World 45:17-21 N 'Ci 
How to get fa-st relief from payday headaches. 

J. Dawson, il Sch Mwt 8:114-15 My '64 
Property accounting and data processing. M. 

Orlgsby. Assn Sch Bans Officials U a and 

Canada Proc 49:160-3 '63 
i'ee also 
Data processing In education 

Curriculum 
We set up a course In machine accounting. 
R. Jeffers. 11 Bsns Ed World 45:314- O '64 

Mechanical aids 

Calculatlnfc machines, tcachintr and testlnir. 
O. D. Carr. Bsns Ed Forum 19:10-11 D "64 

Bfflclent school manai'<-"i.iit <i<-iMands data 
proce.Mslnp; proces.«lii '.ng and fi- 

nancial data, R. A and Li. V. 

Ryan. 11 Cath Sch J ' i i "65 

We set up a course In umchine accounting. 
R. Jeffers. 11 Bsns Ed World 45:314- O '64 
Bee also 

Punched card system 

Practice seta 
Effectiveness of practice sets in elementary 
accounting. A. S. Dow. Nat B.«<n8 Ed Q 33: 
5-7 Mr '65 

Programmed teaching 
Programmed Instruction in accounting; a 
solution for large enrollment? W. Markell. 
J Bsns Ed 39:321-2 My '64 

Subject matter 
Mathematical short cuts for the beginner In 
accounting. H. A. Zacur. J Bans Ed 40: 
194-6 F '65 

Teaching 
Colleoes and univoraities 
Effectiveness of practice sets In elementary 
accounting. A. S. Dow. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33: 
5-7 Mr '65 
Programmed instruction In accounting; a 
solution for large enrollment? W. Markell. 
J B.sns Ed 39:321-2 My '64 

Teachers colleoes 
Bookkeeping, accounting, and related office 
education; report. National a.ssoclatlon for 
business teacnor education. Coiniiiittee for 
curriculum study of subject-matter ele- 
ments In bookkeeping, accounting, and 
related office education. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
33:21-37 D '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Preparing accounting tran.iparencies for over- 
head projection. R. B. Whitham. Bsns Ed 
World 45:12-13 Mr '65 



Terminology 
Investigation into students' understanding of 

some accounting terms. D. Garbutt. J Bsns 

Ed 40:298-301 Ap '65 
ACCOUNTING, School. See Reports and 

records; School finance; Student accounting 
ACCOUNTING as a profession 
Professionalism in bookkeeping and accoimt- 

Ing. V. F. Linnaus. Bal Sheet 46:303-44- 

Mr '65 
ACCOUNTING office, General. See United 

States — General accounting office 
ACCOUNTING students. See Business students 
ACCREDITATION 

Hidden values in accreditation procedures. 

W. J. Kearney. Cath Sch J 64:96-7 S '64 
History and purposes of accreditation. K. W. 

Leach. Nat El Prin 43:36-41 My '64 
Securing competent Instructional leaders; ac- 
creditation of preparing institutions. H. T. 

Shafer and G. N. Mackenzie. Assn Sup & 

Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:81-4 
See also 
CollcKes and universities — Accreditation 
Education — Standards 
Elementary schools — Accreditation 
Hiffh schools — Accreditation 
Junior colleses — Accreditation 
Junior high schools — Accreditation 
Library schools — Accreditation 
Teachers colleges — Accreditation 
ACCREDITED secondary schools. See High 

schools — Accreditation; Junior high schools 

— Accreditation 
ACCREDITING associations 

Influence on hiKher education of accredita- 
tion in teacher education. J. R. Mayor. 

Liberal Ed 51:11-53 Mr "65 
Nationwide standards and accreditation. 

W. K. Selden. A,VUP Bui 50:311-16 D '64 
New concept of the high school. B. I. Greene. 

Sch .'^hop 24:46-84- Ap '65 
See also 
American llVirary as.'iooiatlon 
American psychological association 
Federation nf n ^-lon.il accrediting commls- 

.Hions of 111 it Ion 

Middle still' iiion of colleges and 

secondary ,- 
National coiiuim sioti on accrediting 
National council for the accreditation of 

ttni-luT fill). -.it Inn 

N.'i" ' ' ■ <■ irsing 

Ni A ion of colleges and 



latlon of colleges and 

choo'.s 

^Mciation of secondary and high- 



South, in a.-j.-^ooiatlon of colleges and schools 
Western a.«soiiritlon of schools and colleges 
ACCULTURATION 
Study of culturally Imposed factors on school 
achievement in a metropolitan area. S. W. 
Caplan and R. A. Ruble. J Ed lies 58:16-21 
S '64 
See also 
Intercultural education 
United States — Minorities — Acculturation 
ACCURACY 

Check-reading accuracy as a fimctlon of 

f)olnter alignment, patterning, and vlew- 
ng anffle. S. G. Dashev.sky. blbliog 11 J 
Ap P.sycliol 48:344-7 D '64 
Combining check-reading accuracy and quan- 
titative information In a space-saving dis- 
play. S. G. Dashevsky. II J Ap Psychol 
48:348-50 D '64 
Harmonizing timed writing (Trading scales 
with principles of motor skill development. 
R. W. Dyer. Bsns Ed Forum 19:13-14 N '64 
How can we build accuracy in typing? R. L. 
Kennedy and R. E. Wiper. Bsns Ed World 
45:20-2 O '64 
Teacher accural In assessing cognitive vis- 
ual feedlmck from students. J. Jecker and 
others. J Ap Psychol 4,S:393-7 D 'G4 
Unl-modal and cross-modal codinsr in the 
mentally retarded. M. Rosen and others, 
blbliog Am J Men Deficiency 69:716-22 Mr 
•65 
ACETYLENE 
See also 
Oxyacot.vlene Welding 
ACHIEVEMENT 

Research 
Per.sonallty and social development: family 
Influences; achievement. R. F. Peck and 
H. G. Kichek. R Kd lies 34:582 D '64 
ACHIEVEMENT, Prediction of. See Prognosis 

of .''ucce.ss 
ACHIEVEMENT and ability. See Ability and 
achievement 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ACHIEVEMENT levels. See Progress in school 
ACHIEVEMENT motivation 

Academic achievement as a function of 
psychological needs. L. A. Stone and J. M 
Foster. Personnel & Guid J 43:52-6 S '64 

Achievement behavior in young children. 
V. Crandall. bibliog il Young Children 20: 
76-90 N '64 

Achievement testing and the true-false item 
case: the values of achievement testing. 
A. G. Storey, bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 4: 
256-61 D '64 . , . 

Affective differences between successful and 
non- successful bright ninth grade boys. T. 
A. Ringness. Personnel & Guid J 43:600-6 
F '65 . ^ ■ 

College student motivation and academic 
performance. W. L. Blanton and R F 
Peck, bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:897-912 
Wint '64 

Cross-cultural study of achievement motiva- 
tion. H. G. Gough. bibliog J Ap Psychol 
48:191-6 Je '64 ^ „ ^ „ . ^.^,. 

Determining needs. E. C. Frierson. bibliog 
Ed 85:461-6 Ap '65 . , , . ^ ^ . 

Fear of failure and risk-taking behavior. 
J. G. Hancock and R. C. Teevan. bibliog J 
Personal 32:200-9 Je '64 

Helping pupils toward self-motivation in 
learning to spell and write. N. Bremer, il 
El Engl 42:128-30-1- F '65 

Hypothesized contribution of test motiva- 
tion variance to test validity. R. Perloff. 
Ed & Psychol M 24:783-8 Wint '64 

Influence of intra-personal variables on aca- 
demic achievement. J. K. Tuel and R. 
Wursten. bibliog Calif J Ed Res 16:58-64 
Mr '65 ^ . ^ .^ 

Leadership behavior as a function of the 
leader, the follower, and the situation. W. 
W. Burke, bibliog J Personal 33:60-81 Mr 

'65 

Life opportunity and personality: some con- 
sequences of stratified secondary education 
in Great Britain. G. H. Elder, jr. Sociol 
of Ed 38:173-202 Spr '65 

Limits on involvement in the educative proc- 
ess. G. P. Liddle. Ed Lead 22:461-44- Ap 
'65 

Marking system and poor achievement. E. D. 
Alexander, bibliog Teach Col J 36:110-13 

Motivation of underachievers. P. J. Centi. 
Cath Ed R 63:95-100 F '65 

Motivational aspects of achievement. L. Car- 
mical. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 28:114-19 Spr '65 

Motivational development of adolescents. T. 
Campanelle. Ed 85:310-13 Ja '65 

Novelty of productions and desire for novelty 
as active and passive forms of the need 
for variety. S. R. Maddi and N. Berne. J 
Personal 32:270-7 Je '64 

Occupational study of .iob satisfaction and 
need satisfaction. B. Blai, jr. J Exp Ed 
32:383-8 Sum '64 ,, _ 

Roles of motivation in reading. M. D. 
Jenkinson. Conf on Read Univ Chicago 26: 
49-57 '64 

Strength of group and desire for attainable 
group aspirations. A. Zander and H. 
Medow. bibliog J Personal 33:122-39 Mr '65 

Successful student. P. W. Jackson, bibliog 
Teach Col Rec 66:635-44 Ap '65 

Teaching thirty, like teaching one. D. Zim- 
merman. Ed 85:364-70 F '65 

Time and knowledge to share; Project for 
academic motivation. J. Freund. bibliog 
El Sch J 65:351-8 Ap '65 
See also 

Personality and achievement 

Research 

Effectiveness of two study habits inventor- 
ies in predicting consistent over-, under- 
and normal achievement in college; with 
comment by H. Borow. P. De Sena, bib- 
liog J Counsel Psychol 11:388-94 Wint '64 

Failure as motivation with mentally retarded 
children. I. Bialer and R. L. Cromwell. 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:680-4 Mr '65 

Meaningful learning and retention: noncog- 
nitive variables; need for achievement. 
P. W. Jackson and N. Strattner. R Ed Res 
34:523 D '64 

Model for students' curricular choices. R. L. 
Isaacson. Improving Col Univ Teach 12: 
105-10 Spr '64 

Non-intellective predictors of academic suc- 
cess in school and college. J. A. Finger 
and G. B. Schlesser. Sch R 73:14-29 Spr '65 

Recall of completed and interrupted tasks 
by achievers and underachievers. J. G. 
Martin and J. Davidson. J Ed Psychol 55: 
314-16 D '64 



Refinement In the use of School motivation 

analysis test (SMAT) as a predictor of 

school achievement of delinquent boys. 

G. R. Pierson. Ed & Psychol M 24:929-34 

Wint '64 
Trends in the measurement of personality; 

need achievement. E. L. Gaier and W. F. 

White. R Ed Res 35:74-5 F '65 
ACHIEVEMENT quotient 
Capacities of children. M. C. Reynolds. Excep 

Child 31:337-42 Mr '65 
ACHIEVEMENT tests 
Achievement testing and the true-false item 

case: the values of achievement tasting. 

A. G. Storey, bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 
4:256-61 D '64 

Aden -Crosth wait: child psychology achieve- 
ment test. R. C. Aden. Peabody J Ed 42: 
173-6 N '64 

Anxiety, divergent thinking, and achieve- 
ment. J. F. Feldhusen and others, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 56:40-5 F '65 

Development and validation of an achieve- 
ment test for measuring higher level cogni- 
tive processes in general science. R. W. 
McFall. J Exp Ed 33:103-6 Fall '64 

Evaluation of student achievement. P. D. 
McCormack. Can Ed Res Digest 5:77-82 
Mr '65 

Group diagnosis and standardized achieve- 
ment tests. E. Caldwell. Arith Teach 12: 
123-5 F '65 

How good are standardized achievement 
tests? H. C. Rudman. Nat El Prin 44:32-8 
N '64 

Is a nationwide drafting test possible? R. 

B. Blum. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:31-3 My 
'65 

Predictive efHciency of intelligence test 
scores: intelligence quotients obtained in 
grade one and achievement test scores 
obtained in grade three. A. J. Edwards 
and M. B. Kirby. Ed & Psychol M 24:941-6 
Wint '64 

Short evaluation of the research reviewed 
in Educational and psychological testing: 
advances in achievement testing. W. B. 
Michael. R Ed Res 35:95 F '65 

Trends in the measurement of educational 
achievement. H. F. Bligh. bibliog R Ed Res 
35:34-52 F '65 

Using test data in public relations programs. 
J. Robbins. Clearing House 39:455 Ap '65 
See also 

American college testing program exajnina- 
tion 

California achievement tests 

Iowa tests of basic skills 

Iowa tests of educational development 

Metropolitan achievement tests 

Sequential tests of educational progress 

Stanford achievement tests 

Wide range achievement test 
ACHIEVEMENTS, Student. See Student 

achievements 
ACID-base equilibrium 

Computer program for the calculation of 
acid-base titration curves. A. R. Emery, 
diag J Chem Ed 42:131-6 Mr '65 

Lineweaver-Burk treatment of acid-base dis- 
sociation. C. C. Solomons. J Chem Ed 42: 
225 Ap '65 
ACIDITY 

pSee also 

Hydrogen ion concentration 

ACIDS 

Effect of mineral acid on methyl violet solu- 
tions. N. McKaig, jr. J Chem Ed 41:441 
Ag '64 
See also 

Acid-base equilibrium 

Amino acids 

Fatty acids 

Glutamic acid 

Glycine 

Niacin 

Sulfuric acid 

"Tartaric acid 
ACOUPEDICS. See Deaf — Auditory training 
ACOUSTIC nerve 

Electrical stimulation In eight nerve deaf- 
ness; a preliminary report, with comments 
by H. Davis. J. B. Doyle, jr. and others. 
Volta R 67:82-6 Ja '65 

Tumors 
B6k6sy tracings and site of lesion. E. Owens, 
bibliog J Speech «& Hearing Dis 29:456-68 
N '64 
ACOUSTIC tumors. See Acoustic nerve — 

Tumors 
ACOUSTICAL materials 
Experiments with ceiling tiles. R. S. Vrana. 
il diags Sci Teach 32:39-414- Ap '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



ACOUSTICS. See Music — Acoustics and physics 
ACOUSTICS, Architectural 
Coexistence in musical acoustics. C. Jafle. 

Mus Educators J 51:73-4 S "64 
How experts solve noise problems. W. J. 

Cavanaugh. il Nations Sch 74:68-9 O '64 
How to keep school noise at the right level. 

R. L. McKay, il diag Nations Sch 74:64-7 O 

•64 
Questions and answers about school plant 

design; acoustics. Av Instr 10:117-19 F "65 
Use of hearing aids by hearing impaired 

pupils in ordmary schools. T. J. Watson. 

Volta R 66:741-44- D '64 
ACQUISITIONS. See Libraries, CoUege— Ac- 
quisitions 
ACRONYMS 
Acronymic elements in aphasia speech. L. F. 

Sies and T. J. Hixon. bi'jiiog J Kpeech & 

Hearing Dis 29:186-9 My '64 
ACRYLIC paint. See Paint 
ACTING 
Acting and interpretation: the reader faces 

the contest. P. B. Stevens. Speech Teach 

14:116-22 Mr '65 
Actor in the nineteenth century: aspects 

of rehearsal and performance in the pre- 

naturalistic theatre in Scandinavia. F. J. 

Marker. Q J Speech 51:177-89 Ap '65 
Gordon Craig's concept of the actor. C. R. 

Lyons. Ed Theatre J 16:258-69 O '64 
Inward music in the theater. L. W. Cor. 

French U 37:637-45 My '64 
Lawrence Barrett and the role of Casslus. 

M. R. White. Q J Speech 50:293-8 O '64 
Play directing: working with the actor. W. 

Curry. Clearing Hou.se 39:396-400 Mr '65 
Technique of Clara Morris. C Aahby. Ed 

Theatre J 16:134-41 My '64 
Sen also 
Commodia dcll'arte 
Dramatization In schools 
lmi)rovi.'<alion (acting) 

Study and teaching 
Emma Sheridan Fry and educational dra- 
matics. B. L. Tukesbury. Ed Theatre J 

16:311-8 D '64 
ACTION research 
Action research with programmed materials. 

J. Spagnoli. Sch Scl & Math 65:155-8 F '65 
Another Job for the elementary principal. 

H. L. Sublett. Jr. Peabody J Ed 42:271-3 

Mr '65 
Case for research at the classroom level; 

teachers often ckcptlcal about research 

findings. M. Melllngcr. ChlcaKO Sch J 46: 

145-S Ja •(■.5 
Ca.se of action research. M. Hammerl. Mich 

Ed J 42:16-17 O 64 
Classroom teacher In action research. A. L. 

Brewer. Mi<h Kd .1 42:15 <) '64 
Educational research and the mathematics 

educator. J. M. Scandura. Math Teach 

58:13-18 F '65 
How to put programed Instruction In Ita 

place. D. Klemer and D. Sohn. Sch Mgt 8: 

84-8 S '64 
Individualized Instruction through cooperative 

teaching and a programed text. P. A. 

Bradley, bil.liog Nat Kl ITln 43:46-9 My '64 
Methodological probloin.s common to class- 
room experiments on %vritlng amount and 

frefiuency, and an oporntlonal model. W. 

McColly. J Ed Res 68:175-7 D '64 
Research and you. R. B. Olassow. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 36:81-2 Mr '65 
Research in the classroom. J. Hain. Nat El 

Prln 44:49-51 N '64 
Research In the classroom. P. PIttlnjrer. 

Am Ann Deaf 110:370-5 Mr '65 
Supervisor and curriculum director at work; 

action re.search. a leadership technique. 

L. J. Rubin. Assn Sup & Curric Develop 

Yrbk 1965:116 
ACTION-thouaht orientation. See Thought and 

thinking — Kescarch 
ACTIONS and defenses 

Bonjiimin's ethical strategy In the new 

Almadon case; quick.sllvor mine claims. J. 

W. Wills. Q J Speech 50:259-65 O '64 
Board has right and duty to predetermine 

that school premises shall not be used in 

contravention of the law. M. C. Nolte. 

Am Srh 15d J 150:59-60 Mr '65 
Board members should avoid the very ap- 
pearance of evil In contracts with school 

district. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 150: 

13-14+ Ad '65 
Camden case. J. E. Glenn. N Y State Ed 

52:14-15 N '64 
Censorship of library books and textbooks In 

American schools, 1953-1963. H. Bach. J Sec 

Ed 40:3-15 Ja '65 



Coach s legal liability for athletic injuries. 

G. F. Shroyer. il Schol Coach 34:18-f D '64 
Control of pupil conduct outside school; 

summary of Authority of school boards 

to control the behavior of pupils off 

school grounds and out of school hours. 

National education association. Research 

division. NEA Res Bui 43:28-9 F '65 
Courts abrogate doctrine of immunity. W. M. 

Humpal. il Am Sch Bd J 148:35-7 Je '64 
Courts and the colleges since mid-century. 

M. M. Chambers. Ed Rec 45:182-9 Spr '64 
Courts may expect best judgment of board 

members in casting their votes. M. O. Nolte. 

Am Sch Bd J 149:15-16 Jl '64 
Decade of progress in higher education law. 

M. M. Chambers. Ed Forum 29:79-84 N '64 
Does California have segregated schools.' 

T. R. Duncan, il CTA J 61:22-5 Mr '65 
Extra-class assignments for teachers must 

bear reasonable relationship to the school 

program. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 149: 

17-lS O '64 
Extraordinary care lessens vulnerability. M. 

C. Nolte. if Am Sch Bd J 148:40-2 Je "64 
Failure of board to publish notice in news- 

Saper renders special bond election invalid. 
I. C. Nolle. Am Sch Bd J 149:23-4 S '64 

Gaston-.\lphonse impasse continues. M. C. 
Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 150:13-14 F '65 

Immorality as ground for teacher dismissal. 
H. H. Punke. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 
49:53-69 Ja '65; Same cond. Phi Delta Kap- 
pan 46:298 Mr '65 

Jadick case. J. E. Glenn. N Y State Ed 52: 
20-1 Ja '65 

Legal aspects of the curriculum and the 
extracurrlculum. E. C. Bolmeier. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prln Bui 49:128-42 Mr '65 

Legal Implications of requiring pupils to enroll 
in physical education. G. F. .Shroyer. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:51-24- My '64 

May public school funds be utilized to defend 
libel suit against president of the board? 
M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 148:23-4 My "64 

N> .'-iT.V scores with Internal revenue. J. E. 
OUtiii. N Y State Ed 52:16 O '64 

New Hyde Park appeals. J. E. Glenn. N Y 
State Ed 52:14-15 Ap '65 

Per.sonal liabilities of Industrial arts Instruc- 
tors. O. F. Shroyer. II Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
53:22-3 N '64 

Powers of boards are executive, legislative, 
and quasi-judicial in character. M. C. Nolte. 
Am Sch Bd J 149:55-6 1) '64 

Racial Imbalance In public schools can be 
solved by men of good will. M. C. Nolte. 
Am Sch Bd J 148:15-16 Je '64 

Right to attend school. C C. Lammers. Per- 
sonnel & Guld J 43:475-81 Ja '65 

School law. L. O. Garber. See Issues of Na- 
tion's schools 

School law. S. F. Roach. See Issues of School 
management 

State athletic as.«»oclatlon entitled to enforce 
rules of eligibility without Interference from 
the courts. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 149: 
17-18 Ag '64 

Supreme court decisions: loyalty oaths; sum- 
mary of The teacher's day In court. Na- 
tional education a.s.soclation. Research divi- 
sion. NE.\ Res Bui 42:76-8 O '64 

Ten cases of the negligent teacher. D. J. 
KIgln. Safety Ed 44:12-164- D '64 

University of Washington loyalty oath case. 
A. A. Morris. AAUP Bui 50:221-31 S '64 

We teach freedom; two California Incidents. 
J. W. McKenney, 11 CTA J 61:6-9 Ja '65 

What Is legally adequate playground super- 
vision? m7 C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 150:42-3 
F '6,-. 

What the judges say about higher education 
today. M. M. Chambers. J Higher Ed 35: 
299-307 Je '64 

When not to defend a libel suit. L. O. 
Garber. Nations Sch 74:78 S '64 

Where the courts took public schools In 
1961. L. O. Garber. Nations Sch 75:50-14- 
Mr '6.-, 
ACTIVATION 

Activation of small molecules by coordination. 
M. M. Jones, blbliog J Chem Ed 41:493-500 
S '64 
ACTIVITIES. See Creative activities: Kinder- 
garten — Activities; Nursery schools — Activ- 
ities; Primary grades — Activities; Student 
activltie.s 

ACTIVITIES curriculum. See Activity pro- 
grams 

ACTIVITIES Index. See Stern activities Index 
ACTIVITY. Prenatal 

Prediction from human fetal measures. J. 

Bernard. Child Develop 35:1243-8 D '64 
Reliability and comparison of four types 
of fetal activity and of total actlvitv. 
C. E. Walters. Child Develop 35:1249-56 
D '64 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ACTIVITY level , . . . ^ ,, 

Sound induced drive and stereotyped be- 
havior in mental defectives. H. Levitt and 
M. E. Kaufman. Am J Men Deficiency 
69:729-34 Mr '65 
ACTIVITY method. See Project method 
ACTIVITY programs 

Experience-related reading for school begin- 
ners. G. H. Hildreth. bibliog El Engl 42: 
280-4-t- Mr '65 
See also 
Projects 
ACTORS and actresses 
Actor in the nineteenth century: aspects 
of rehearsal and performance in the pre- 
naturalistic theatre in Scandinavia. F. J. 
Marker. Q J Speech 51:177-89 Ap '65 
See also 
Make-up, Theatrical 

also 
Adams, M. 
Barrett, L. 
Craig, E. G. 
Garrick, D. 
Kean, C. 
Morris, C. 
ACTS (psychology) , , , ^ „ „ ^ 
Teaching, acting, and behaving. T. F. Green. 
Harvard Ed R 34:507-24 Fall '64; Discus- 
sion. 35:191-209 Spr '65 
ACUITY, Visual. See Sight— Acuity 

ADAMS, Maude 

Maude Adams at Stephens college: in her 
waning years, a philosophy of educational 
theatre. L. D. Clark. Speech Teach 14: 
123-7 Mr '65 
ADAPTATION (biology) 

Speech communication in the Soviet Union: 
the phylogenesis of speech according to 
Frederick Engels. F. B. X. Dance. Speech 
Teach 13:115-18 Mr '64 
ADAPTATION (psychology) 

Covariation of level of aspiration and adapta- 
tion level with other characteristics. R. K. 
Eyman. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
741-50 My '64 

Research 

Adaptation to level of difficulty in judging 
the familiarity of words. A. W. Heim and 
others, bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:109-19 
Je '64 
ADAPTATION, Auditory 

Adaptation, pitch discrimination, and sound 
localization in the neonate. A. S. Leven- 
thal and L,. P. Lipsitt. Child Develop 35: 
759-67 S '64 , ^ , , 

B6k6sy tracings, tone decay, and loudness 
recruitment. E. Owens. J Speech & Hear- 
ing Dis 30:50-7 F '65 
ADAPTATION, Visual 
See also 

Eye — Accommodation and refraction 
ADDING machines. See Calculating machines 
ADDITION 

Adding by endings: some important con- 
siderations. E. Rivera. Arith Teach 12: 
204-6 Mr '65 

Addition: not so easy. P. A. Hilaire. il Arith 
Teach 12:207-11 Mr '65 

Awareness of reversibility: its effect on per- 
formance of converse arithmetical opera- 
tions. R. R. Eifermann and D. Etzion. 
Brit J Ed Psychol 34:151-7 Je '64 

Do your bookkeeping students add? R. Vooge. 
Bal Sheet 46:176-7 D '64 

Let's add automatically. F. Lawlis. il Arith 
Teach 12:224-5 Mr '65 

Rational numbers, diags Nat Council Teach 
Math Yrbk 29:215-86 '64 

Whole numbers, diags Nat Council Teach 
Math Yrbk 29:48-101 '64 

Teaching 
Addition: regrouping addends. D. K. Robin- 
son. Arith Teach 11:423-5 O '64 
Ordered pair approach to addition of ra- 
tional numbers in second grade. F. H. 
Hildebrand and N. Johnson. Arith Teach 
12:106-8 F '65 
Programmed instruction in elementary arith- 
metic. G. B. Fincher and H. T. Fillmer. 
Arith Teach 12:19-23 Ja '65 
ADDITIONS to school buildings. See School 

buildings — Remodeling 
ADEN-Crosthwait adolescent psychology 

achievement test. See Achievement tests 
ADENOIDS 

Surgery 

Puppy-fat and tonsils-in-situ current myths 
of school-health services. J. P. Keeve. 
bibliog J Sch Health 35:6-11 Ja '65 



ADENOSINE triphosphate 
Resurrection day in the laboratory: energy 
and ATP. R. Cassin. Am Biol Teach 27: 
171-6 Mr '65 
ADHESIVES 

Epoxycraft: gluing various materials. W. 
Pyles. il diags Sch Shop 24:27 N '64 
ADJECTIVE 
See also 
English language — Adjective 
ADJUSTMENT. Emotional. See Adjustment. 

Personal; Emotional problems 
ADJUSTMENT, Occupational. See Job satisfac- 
tion; Occupational adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT, Personal 
Later educational progress and emotional ad- 
justment of children who went to nursery 
schools or classes. J. W. B. Douglas and 
J. M. Ross. Ed Res 7:73-80 N '64 
Underachievement and the intelligent cre- 
ative child. D. M. Wonderly and E. S. 
Fleming, bibliog Excep Child 31:405-9 Ap 
'65 
See also 
Maladjustment 

Personality training and development 
School children — Adjustment 

Research 

Adjustment problems of adolescent daughters 
of employed mothers. R. E. Whitmarsh. 
bibliog J Home Econ 57:201-4 Mr '65 

Personal adjustment and prediction of aca- 
demic achievement. D. J. Watley. J Ap 
Psychol 49:20-3 F '65 
ADJUSTMENT, Social. See Social adjustment 

and development 
ADJUSTMENT, Student. See College students 
— Adjustment; High school students — Ad- 
justment; Junior high school students — 
Adjustment; School children — Adjustment: 
Teachers college students — ^Adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT, Vocational. See Job satisfac- 
tion; Occupational adjustment 
ADMINISTRATION. See Management 
ADMINISTRATION, Public 

Elementary principalship: will it be part of 
the new administration? W. W. Wayson. 
Nat El Prin 44:10-15 Ap '65 
ADMINISTRATION, Theory of 

Elementary principalship: will it be part of 
the new administration? W. W. Wayson. 
Nat El Prin 44:10-15 Ap '65 

Implications for the practice of administra- 
tion. R. F. Campbell. Nat Soc Study Ed 
Yrbk 63 pt2:279-302 '64 

Nature and meaning of theory. D. B. Grif- 
fiths. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2:95-118 
•64 

Organizational character of education: ad- 
ministrative behavior; development and use 
of theory. J. M. Lipham. R Ed Res 34:435-6 
O '64 

Principals associations and the study of 
school administration. F. P. Barnes, il 
Nat El Prin 44:69-76 Ap '65 

Scientific approach to administration. B. M. 
Gross. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2:33-72 
'64 
ADMINISTRATION buildings 

Administration takes to the campus plan; 
San Diego County education center. F. C. 
Darby, il Am Sch & Univ 37:25-7 D '64 
ADMINISTRATION of schools 

Acceptance of the American education award. 
F. B. Bngleman. Am Assn Sch Adm Official 
Report 1964:157-60 

Accuracy is no substitute for good judg- 
ment. R. E. Brown. Nations Sch 75:68-71 
Ap '65 

Administrativitis. R. P. Bailey. Wis J Bd 
97:20 N '64 

Administrators clinic. See issues of School 
management February 1965- 

Administrator's clinic. C. Grieder. See issues 
of Nation's schools 

Are local control and lay boards obsolete? 
D. G. Nugent. Ed Lead 22:85-7 N '64 

Bases for decisions; organization of the 
school and the classroom. O. Sand. Assn 
Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:45-6 

Climate for self-improvement. R. L. Foster; 
reply with rejoinder. J. D. McNeil and C. 
J. B. Macmillan. Ed Lead 21:537-f- My '64 

Comparative study of educational develop- 
ments in 1962-1963; administration. Int 
Yrbk Ed 25:sup 13-19 '63 

Congo and school government. E. H. Hanson. 
Ed 85:125 O '64 

Control of American schools. R. F. Campbell. 
B! Sch J 65:120-9 D '64 

Cooperative teaching in educational reform. 
J. I. Goodlad. Nat El Prin 44:8-13 Ja '65 

Decentralization of administration. E. C. 
Stimbert and A. R. Dykes. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:174-7 D '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



ADMINISTRATION of schools— Continued 

Double standards. Ky Sch J 43:22 Ap '65 
educational records are useful in maklnK 

decisions. A. R. LichtenberKcr. Sch Life 

47:20-2 N 'G4 
Efforts to keep schools out of politics. H. A. 

Van Dorn. Ed Lead 22:93-5-+- N '64 
EaierKinK role of the curriculum leader; cur- 

ricular decisions from many levels. C. D. 

Babcock. Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 

iy65:53-5 
How to spend your summer months. G. L. 

Schwilck; G. A. Wilson. Nations Sch 73: 

44-5-1- Je "64 
Let's let the learner learn. R. W. Burns and 

M. B. Craik. Ed S5:155-7 X '64 
Lookinp forward. A. H. Rice. See issues of 

Nation's schools 
Misuse of adininistrative arrangements. T. E. 

Woods. J Sec Ed .'{3:338-40 N '64 
Must schools be neutral? K. L. Hart. Ed Lead 

22:78-9-1- N '64 
New times, new tasks. J. H. Fischer, il Va J 

Ed 5S:11-13-^- D '64 
Prudently planning new buildings. N. E.stes. 

Av Instr 10:101-6 F '65 
Reform movements from the point of view 

of p.sycholojriral theory. P. Woodrlnc. blb- 

liof? Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt 1:286-305 

•64 
School board as an atrency of legitimation. 

N. 1>. Kerr. Sociol of Ed 3'?:34-59 Fall '64 
Some types of cooperative toachini? in cur- 
rent use. R. H. Anderson. Nat El Prln 44: 

22-6 Ja "65 
Will increased federal planning decrease 

local control '? E. Exton. Am Sch Bd J 150: 

3S-9 Ja '(;5 
Four AARA In 1963-64. American as.«!Oclatlon 

of school administrators. 208p pa '64 The 

assn. 

Boards of education 

Business administration of schools 

Bu.'<inf".'<s m;irin>fer.s 

ColleKBH and universities — Administration 

Commit tpc.s. E'liicatlonal 

Con.solld.atod schools 

PToti.'!*^ t>l,in.s 

Llbrarie.''. School — Administration 

I'liblic relations 

Rule.i and roculations 

StimiiT^r ^'cho()l.^ — Administration 

Supcrlntoriflfnts 

al.io suhhf-ad Admlnl.stratlon imdor types 
of education and .school .lubjoct.'*. e jr. Spe- 
cial education — Admiiil.Htrati<iii : lOnu-llsli lun- 
gruage — Administration 

Bibliography 

Selected rcferencf.s on school n<lniini.<«tr>itioti: 
Reneral administration, romp, bv n. H 
Cooper and C. A. Pound (cont) El Sch J 
fi5:3[t,'-)-7 Ap '65 

Where to get help. See Issues of School man- 
aRement 

City 

Chicago school survey. R. J. Havlghurst. 
Phi Delta Kappan 46162-6 D '61 

Education park. J. E. Miinrh. Atn Sch Bd J 
150:9-11 Mr '65 

How to clarify board-staff rolatlon.''hlps. J 
M. Spinning. Nations Sch 73:39-42 Je '64 

Institutional character of education: govern- 
ment and politic.^; state and local govern- 
mental and political influences. H. T. 
James. R Ed Res 34:410 O '64 

Responsible conimunitv leadership. M. J. 
Rubin. N Y State I'2d 52:10-ll-f- D "64 

Superintendent and leadership. H. Spears. 
Am Sch & Unlv 37:52 O '64 

County 

Knox Cotmty's reorganized hlph school dis- 
trict. J. J. Hayes and R. M. Kimble, map 
Am Sch Bd J 148:25-7 My '64 

Supc?rvi.sor and curriculum director at work; 
a populous niotroi)olit.T.n county. Ix)s An- 
geles Coimty schools. H. Hoffman. Assn 
Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 11)65:106-12 

Democratic practices 
Administrators ."jhould he servants of teachers. 

C. TT Wilson. Mich Ed J 42:16-17 D "64 
How to far-IIitato change. D. B. Van Dalcn. 

Am Sch Bd J 149:7-9-4- N '61 
Mtist school administrators be cast as 

villains? A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 75:12 

Ja '6r, 
Participation In administration. D. E. Dial. 

Sch & Com 51:21 S '64 
Why I started the superintendent's advLsory 

council. E. H. Hanson. Phi Delta Kappan 

46:181-3 D '64 



See also 

Administration of schools — Personnel prac- 
tices 

Administi-aiion of schools — Student participa- 
tion 

Administration of schools — Teaclier partici- 
pation 

District 

How big city and suburban schools can get 
74^60^1 +■ S^''64'^' "^'^'Shurst. Nations Sch 

How district staHiiig ratios compare. W M 
-Staerkel Nations Sch 75:4,;-9 Mv '65 

Role of the superintendent in the "small dis- 
trict H. Bell. Phi Delta Kappan 46:167-9 
D 64 

So your school district is adopting one of the 
new curricula. D. C. Orlich. Mont Ed 4117 
N b4 
See also 

•School districts 

Research 

New approach to school business manatre- 

r3S"o^ ,S^H<^^'-..F- J- Kiesel. Am Sch Bd J 
laO:9-10 Ap 6o 

Evaluation 
Projective appraisal. L. D. Haskew. Nat Soc 
Study Ed Vrbk 63 pt2:333-48 '64 

History 

Cult of efficiency in school administration: 
review of Education and the cult of elR- 
clency: a study of the social forces that 
have shaped the administration of the pub- 
lic schools, by H. E. Callahm. L. P. Jorgen- 
son. Sch R 7J:2;i0-5 Sum 'tH 

Ferment In school administration. H. A 
Moore, ir. Nat Soc Study Ed Vrbk 63 pt2: 
1 1 -32 64 

Historical change of the role of the man In 
the orpanizatioii: lSG.i-1950. R. E. Callahan 

fi'l.yT,^X.« ¥.""<"»• Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 
03 PtJ:73-J2 64 

Parent participation 
Sde Parent participation in school activ- 
ities 

Personnel practices 

Adiii .-3 clinic; personnel, il Sch Mgt 

'.I i.s 

A'l : ^ '^houH be servants of teachers 

„*^ II Mich Ed J 42:16-17 D 64 

Better t tive Iwirgainlng. R. Fisher. 

Assn Ofllclais U S and Canada 

I'roc J . _■■;-,, 63 

niiir.l stuif relationships. R. Catleit. Ill Ed 
.' '.:'-( () 'tvi 

Chun..-. -< fire challenges. J. Sawala. Ariz 
'1" • »- S '64 

Co ' work for quality teaching. 11 

:-IO Mr '65 

Court.s ru.iy expect best Judgment of board 
members In casting their votes. M. C. 
Nolte. Am .'^^h Bd .1 119:15-16 Jl '64 

Guide to pn' Nlor for adminis- 

trators. C Mtan," school ad- 

ministrator il Cnlif El Sch 

Adm Assn .Miti :..,-,_ i, i 

Guidelines for working relations between 
school boards and professional teachers 
associations; policy statement. Minnesota 
education a.s.soclation. Minn J Ed 45:18-19 
D '64 

How good an administrator arc you? W. 
Fox; J. CaliKUrl. Nations Sch 75:64-54- 
My '65 

How prevalent Is contract Jumping? H. 
Wakeneld. Wis J Ed 96:17-184- F '64 

How to criticize your employees. Sch Met 
8:46-7 Ac '64 

How to tench efTectlvely In a restrictive set- 
ting. K. H. Hoover. Clearing House 39: 
48-.*iO S "64 

Implications of teacher bargaining for 
school administration. W. A. Wildman. 
Phi Delta Kappan 46:152-8 D '64 

Labor union and the school; non-certlfled em- 
ployees. W. H. Roe. A.isn Sch Bsns Officials 
U S and Canada Proc 49:200-4 "63 

Littleton TEPS committee kev In establLsh- 
Ing district promotlon-from-wlthin pollcv. 
V. Ross. Jr. and K. P. Shoonover. II Am 
Sch Bd J 149:13-15 S '64 

PN accord pained by fourteen schools. D. 
Giese and G. Simmons. Mich Ed J 42:6-7-h 
D '64 

Per.'jonnel policies still netrlect to develop 
administrators. R. T^isher. blbliog Nations 
Sch 7-.:48-94- Mr '65 

Personnel practices and the school employee. 
H. L. John.son. Assn Sch Bsns Officials tJ S 
and Canada Proc 49:379-84 '63 

Put them in writinp. N. B. Burbank. Kv 
Sch J 4:?:1S-214- Ap '65 

Staff members are persons. R. F. Flahlve. 
Am Sch Bd J 150:ll-f- F '65 



10 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ADMINISTRATION of schools— Personal prac- 
tices — Continued 

Teaching: a professional career? Q. Nason. 
Ed Digest 30:24-6 S '64 

Written policies, rules, and regulations or the 
school board as Instruments for improve- 
ment of personnel management. W. Hi. 
Campbell. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:204-7 '63 
See also 

Principals and teachers 

Bibliopraphy 
Selected references on school administration; 

staff personnel, comp. by D. H. Cooper 

and C A. Pound (cont) El Sch J 65:397-9 

Ap "65 ^ , 

Pressure group control 
Emerging role of the curriculum leader; cur- 

ricular decisions from outside the formal 

structure. C. D. Babcock. Assn Sup & 

Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:55-7 
Power structure theory and the school board 

decision making process. F. W. Lutz. Ed 

Theory 15:19-25 Ja 65 , ^ ^ t,. t. 

Schoolmen are targets for the John Birch 

society. A. H. Rice. Nations bch 75:30-1- 

My '65 . . ^. 

Public participation 

Big-city school: problems and prospects; 
keeping the schools human. S. M. Brownell. 
il PTA Mag 59:6-8 P '65; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:35-7 Ap '65 ^ „ r^ r. 

British view of brimstone. G. Baron. Teach 
Col Rec 65:667-70 My '64 , . .^^ ^^ 

Chicago school survey; working with the 
public. R. J. Havighurst. Phi Delta Kappan 
46:164-5 D '64 . , . . 

Classroom guidance; coping with interference. 
M. V. PuUen. Instr 74:22-3 D '64 

Complexity in hades. B. A. Rogge. Teach 
Col Rec 65:654-7 My '64 , ^ , „ 

Hell breaks loose in Paradise. Teach Col Rec 
65:651-3 My '64 , ^ , 

Santa Claus in hell. L. W. Ashby. Teach Col 
Rec 65:664-6 My '64 
See also 

Citizens committees _ , . 

Curriculum development — Public participa- 
tion 

Research 

Dimensions of administrative performance 
that Hemphill missed; review of Adminis- 
strative performance and personality: a 
study of the principal in a simulated ele- 
mentary school, by J. K. Hemphill. D. A. 
Erickson. Sch R 72:490-8 Wint '64 

Educational organization, administration, and 
finance; reviews the literature for the 
three-year period since October 1961. Amer- 
ican educational research association, bib- 
liog R Ed Res 34:395-494 O '64 

Implications for the practice of administra- 
tion. R. F. Campbell. Nat Soc Study Ed 
Yrbk 63 pt2:279-302 '64 

Instruction time loss due to classroom inter- 
ruptions. L. F. Dalton. J Sec Ed 39:265-72 
O '64 , . ^ 

Organizational character of education: ad- 
ministrative behavior. J. M. Lipham. bib- 
liog R Ed Res 34:435-54 O '64 

Principals associations and the study of 
school administration. F. P. Barnes, il Nat 
El Prin 44:69-76 Ap '65 

Research in comparative education; com- 
parative study of educational developments 
in 1962-1963; administrative measures. Int 
Bur Ed Bui 38 4th quarter:215-20 '64 

Simulation is big word in administrative 
training. A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 73:10 
Je '64 

State 

Elective courses: gaining state approval. 
R. L. Cox. Ed Lead 22:177-94- D '64 

Emerging role of the curriculum leader; cur- 
ricular decisions from many levels. C. D. 
Babcock. Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 
1965:53-5 

Institutional character of education: govern- 
ment and politics; state and local govern- 
mental and political influences. H. T. 
James. R Ed Res 34:410 O '64 

Legal aspects of the curriculum and the 
extracurriculuin. E. C. Bolmeier. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:128-42 Mr '65 

Legality of public summer schools. NBA Res 
Bui 43:30-1 F "65 

Los An^reles office of the Department of 
education: its personnel and services. E. 
Gonzales, il Calif Ed 2:3-6 F '65 
National status of public elementary school 
approval and accreditation. S. E. Dean. Nat 
El Prin 43:25-32 My '64 

Nonpublic schools: what must they teach? 
M. J. Stolee. Sch & Soc 92:274-64- O 3 '64 



State decides what to teach. L. O. Garber 
and R. R. Boyer. Nations Sch 74:26 D '64 

Will increased federal planning decrease 
local control? E. Exton. Am Sch Bd J 150: 
38-9 Ja '65 
See also 

Boards of education — State 

Departments of education, State 

Student participation 
Developing student responsibility. J. A. 
Fraser. Instr 74:7 F '65 
See also 
Student self-government 

Teacher participation 

Bureaucracy and teachers' sense of power. 
G. H. Moeller. Sch R 72:137-57 Sum '64 

Faculty administrative team. F. J. Herda. 
il Minn J Ed 45:17-18 O '64 

How to facilitate change. D. B. Van Dalen. 
Am Sch Bd J 149:7-9+ N '64 

NBA Time to teach project. M. M. Provus. 
il NBA J 54:8-10 Ap '65 ^^ ^, 

Project: Time to teach. M. Provus. Nat El 
Prin 44:52-7 N '64 „ 

Teacher-administrator relationships. H. W. 
Schooling il NBA J 54:32-4 F '65 

Teacher groups show signs of stopping bait- 
ing tactics. C. Grieder. Nations Sch 74:6 
Ag '64 , „^ 

Time to teach. M. M. Provus. J Teach Ed 
16:4-7 Mr '65 „^ 

View from the center. R. Hillman. Ed 
Lead 22:155-7-f D '64 
See also 

Curriculum development — Teacher participa- 
tion 

Teaching 

See also 
Principals — Education 
School administrators — Education 

Theories and principles 

Administration is no place for perfectionists. 
R. E. Brown. Nations Sch 74:52-6 N '64 

Application of administrative concepts to the 
elementary principalship. R. F. Campbell. 
Nat El Prin 44:21-6 Ap '65 

Approach to the formal organization of the 
school. W. W. Charters, jr. Nat Soc Study 
Bd Yrbk 63 pt2:243-61 '64 

Approach to the informal organization of the 
school. L. lannaccone. Nat Soc Study Bd 
Yrbk 63 pt2:223-42 '64 

Cooperative administration. J. Greig and R. 
R. Lee. Nat El Prin 44:71-6 Ja '65 

Education leadership; an analysis. G. R. 
Snider. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49: 
80-94 Ap '65 

Elementary principalship: will it be part 
of the new adininistration ? W. W. Wayson. 
Nat El Prin 44:10-15 Ap '65 

Emerging role of the curriculum leader; cur- 
ricular organization and administrative 
structure. C. D. Babcock. Assn Sup & 
Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:61-4 

Guidelines for working relations between 
school boards and professional teachers 
associations; policy statement. Minnesota 
education association. Minn J Ed 45:18-19 
D "64 

Historical change of the role of the man In 
the organization: 1865-1950. R. E. Callahan 
and H. W. Button. Nat Soc Study Bd Yrbk 
62 pt2:73-92 '64 

Institutional character of education: schools 
and society. C. Briner and L. L. Cunning- 
ham, bibliog R Ed Res 34:399-404 O '64 

Leadership and administration. J. M. Lip- 
ham. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2: 119-41 
•64 

Nature and meaning of theory. D. E. Grif- 
fiths. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2:95-118 
•64 

Negotiations and the role of the superintend- 
ent. A. Unruh. Ed Forum 29:165-9 Ja '65 

Of school boards and superintendents. A. 

Dykes. Teach Col Rec 66:399-404 F '65 
Power structure theory and the school board 
decision making process. F. W. Lutz. Ed 
Theory 15:19-25 Ja '65 
Principals associations and the study of 
school administration. F. P. Barnes, il 
Nat El Prin 44:69-76 Ap '65 
School as a complex social organization: a 
consideration of patterns of autonomy. F. B. 
Katz. bibliog Harvard Ed R 34:428-55 Sum 
•64 
Science of administration. C. Briner and R. 
F. Campbell, bibliog R Bd Res 34:485-92 
O '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



11 



ADMINISTRATION of schools — Theories and 
principles — Continued 

Sixty-ihird yearDook; pt. 2, Behavioral sci- 
ence and educational administration. Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
3bup dlaga '64 The soc. 

Supervisor and curriculum director at work; 
conditions basic to sound organization and 
practice. H. Heffernan and L. J. Bishop. 
Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:87-9 

Business schools 
See Business schools — Administration 

Catholic schools 
See Catholic schools — Administration 
Elementary schools 

Application of administrative concepts to the 
elementary principalship. R. F. Campbell. 
Nat Kl Prin 41:21-0 Ap 'Ci 

Approach to the problems of a downtown 
school. N. N. Jaffa and R. il. Brandt, il Nat 
El Prin 44:25-8 N '64 

Cooperative administration. J. Greig and 
R. R. Lee. Nat El Prin 44:71-6 Ja "65 

Door opens in self-contained classrooms to 
let in specialists. O. T. Jarvis. Nations Sch 
74:33 D '64 

Education for the culturally deprived. W. W. 
Wattenberg. 11 Nat El Prin 44:16-19 N "64 

Elementary school of 1980: a suburban super- 
intendent makes a prediction. D. B. Ball. 
Bl Sch J 65:N-17 O 64 

How small districts can use departmentaliza- 
tion and ability Rrouplng. J. Lk Gunn. 11 
Sch MKt 8:51-3 Ak '64 

Leadership in schools serving the education- 
ally disadvantaged. M. Habernian. Nat El 
Prin 44:20-4 N '64 

Letna.ster.>< oleint-ntary school changes to a 
workable non-nradod .systf-m. W. 1'. Mc- 
Daniol. Sch & Com 51:lt-l.-. .My '65 

Let's try the one-room school again. R. Wy- 
man. Am Sch Bd J 149:9-10 Jl '64 

Personal variables and administrative styles. 
J. K. Hemphill. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 
63 pt2:17K-98 '64 

Proposal for teaming principal.^. N. J. Anas- 
tasiow and A. S. Fischler. Nat El Prin 44: 
69-64 N '64 
See also 

Self-contained classrooms 

High schools 

Changes in senior highs are subtle but signif- 
icant. C. Orleder. Nations Sch 74:8 N "64 

Modular scheduling In the senior hixh school. 
a means of improving instruction. E. R. 
Howard. H Sch J 4.S:2S2-.S Ja '65 

New conci'i't of the high school. B. 1. Greene. 
Sch Shop 2i:lf.-.Si- Ai> ■«.'> 

Recent developments affecting the second- 
ary school curriculum; excerpts from The 
American secondary school curriculum. 
L. H. Clark and others. Sch & Soc 92:402- 
13 D 26 '64 

Second look at Trump. Norrldge revisited: 
Interview with K. Howard. II Sch Mgt 8: 
66-60-f- O '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 30:13- 
16 Ja '65 

Staff utilization: Implications for administra- 
tors. P. U. Pitruzzello. Nat Calh Ed Assn 
Bui 6I;2S0-4 Ag 'ej 

What you can do about overcrowded class- 
rooms; Interview with Q. Gould. Sch Algt 
8:54-8 Ag '64 

Junior high schools 
Improvement of Instruction In the Junior 

high school. W. T. Gruhn. H Sch J 48:224- 

30 Ja '65 
Junior high school. 1965. P. D. Lambert. 

Clearing House 39:323-8 F '65 

Rural schools 
See aJao 
Administration of schools — County 

Secondary schools 
See Administration of schools — High 
schools: Administration of schools — Junior 
high schools 

California 
Arthur D. Little report: The emerging re- 
guirementn for effective leadership for Cali- 
fornia education. W. A. Norris; L. N. 
Morrisett. il Calif Ed 2:3-10+ Ap '65 
San Francisco story: successful business pro- 
cedures. J. P. McElllgott. 11 Am Sch & 
Unlv 37:32-4 O '64 

Canada 
Canada: report on developments In education. 
1963-64: administrative organization, school 
administration. Canadian education associa- 
tion. Can Ed Res Digest 4:77-8 Je '64 



Denmark 
Experiment with gradual modification of the 

school organization at the post-primary 

stage. W. Marckmann. Int R Ed 10 no4: 

464-7 '64 

Great Britain 
Cry from the heart: what price freedom for 

L.E.A.s? Times Ed Sup 2559:1569 Je 5 ■64: 

Discussion. 2561:1694 Je 19 '64 
Efficiency with democracy; executives discuss 

administration. Times Ed Sup 2575:466 S 25 

'64 
Expert opinion. Times Ed Sup 2581:819 N 6 

Extraordinary patchwork; secondary reor- 
ganization. Times Ed Sup 2564:67 Jl 10 64 

For the people. Times Ed Sup 2590:59 Ja 8 
'65 

Forgotten ser\-ice: overlooked in the ferment. 
L. F. W. White. Times Ed Sup 2550:855 
Ap 3 '64 

Local authority and its public. Times Ed 
Sup 2588:1165 D 25 "64 

Local authority image: qpportunitv for P.R. 
H. J. Boyden. Times Ed Sup 2569:221 Ag 

Secondary reorganization; further statement 
awaited. Times Ed Sup 2583:931 N 20 '64 

Teacher export. Times Ed Sup 2570:253 Ag 
21 '64 

Their firmest stand: teachers on reorganiza- 
tion. Times Ed Sup 2581:818 N 6 '64 

Illinois 
State board of education; creation of a state 
board of education in Illinois. D. E. Elder 
and M. P. Akers. Ill Ed 53:213-16 Ja '65 

Michigan 
PN accord gained by fourteen schools. D. 
Olese and G. Simmons. Mich Ed J 42:6-7-1- 
D *64 

Scotland 
New rules for Scotland; responsibility and 
training. Times Ed Sup 2593:267 Ja 29 "65 

Virginia 

New dimensions In school administration. H. 
I. Wlllett. sr. Va J Ed 58:17-19-f- Ja '65 

Now that the decks are cleared. R. F. Wil- 
liams. Va J Ed 57:7-8 My '64 

Superlntendency In Virginia: a century of 
service to public education. W. H. Seawell 
and H. W. liamsey. II Va J Ed 58:18-28 S 
'64 

Washington (state) 

Line and staff administrative organization In 
Monroe. Wash. D. G. Peterson. Am Sch 
Bd J 148:16 My '64 

Wisconsin 
How prevalent is contract Jumping? H. 

Wakefleld. Wis J Ed 96:17-18-f- F '64 
ADMINISTRATION offices 

Coimty superintendent's office. 11 Va J Ed 68: 

30-2 S -64 
In-service training at Brlarcllff college. A. 

P. Berlow. 11 J Bsns Ed 40:159-60 Ja '65 
Mr Administrator: beat fatigue, on your 

feet. H. Propst. 11 Am Sch Bd J 150:32-3 

Mr '65 

Office planning. Am Sch & Unlv 36:26-7 Ag 
'64 

Office space, how to get more of It. E. J. 
Murphy, il Sch Mgt 8:60-1 D '64 

Operational aspects of school office manage- 
ment. W. H. Roe. Assn Sch Bsns Officials 
U S and Canada Proc 49:169-79 '63 

Equipment and supplies 
Tooling up the central office. 11 Am Sch & 
Univ 36:23-5 Ag '64 
ADMINISTRATIVE assistants 

Su?>erN-i.sor and curriculum director at work: 
the assistant superintendent as coordina- 
tor of the educational program. Wilmette 
public schools. Wilmette. III. D. Oldendorf. 
Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:92-5 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 
Perfect coordination. E. W. O'Connor. H 
Points 47:46-9 Mr '65 
ADMINISTRATIVE handbooks. See Manuals 
and handbook.'; 

ADMINISTRATORS. See Business managers; 
Colleee presidents: Deans; Executives; 
Principals; Registrars; School administra- 
tors: Superintendents 

ADMISSION officers. See College admission 
officers 



12 



EDUCATION INDEX 



'^ Adolf s^cent sexual behavior: whose responsi- 
bility? M. S. Calderone. il PTA Mag 59:4-7 

S ' 04 
Attitudes and opinions of adolescents; some 
^approl.chls to problem^ T. H. Eames and 

others, biblioj? J.Ed 147:3-43 Ap 65 
Early adolescence in the United states JM. 

Mead,_ Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:5-10 

Experimental total push program for emo- 
tionally disturbed adolescents. S. C Kup.fer- 
man and R. A. Ulmer. Personnel & Guid J 
42:894-8 My '64 ^ , , , , v n 

Fact and folklore about adolescents F- C.. 
Bauer. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:172- 

Lost innocence; modern junior high school 
youth R. J. Havi.ghurst. Nat Assn toec 
Sch Prin Bui 49:1-4 Ap 'G5 

Morals of a teen; with study-discussion pro- 
gram by C. Smallenburg and H «mallen- 
burg. R. Squires, bibliog il PI A Mag 59. 

Passport' to* maturity. H. Loukes. Phi Delta 

Kappan 46:54-7 O '64, . . 

Sex upbringing of . the .rising generation. 

V N Kolbanovskii. Soviet Ed 6:3-14 S 64 
Social change; impact on the adolescent, 

J. S. Coleman. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

Social ' graces and disgraces; with study- 
discussion program by C Smallenburg and 
H. Smallenburg. M. W. Piers, il PTA Mag 
59:7-9, 35-6 D '64 
See also 

Boys 

Girls ., ^ 

High school students 

Junior high school students 

Puberty 

Voice, Change of 

Youth „.^,. 

Bibliography 

Suggestions for further reading. T. H. 
Eames. J Ed 147:41-3 Ap '65 

Crime 

See Juvenile delinquency 

Psychology 
Aden-Crosthwait: child psychology achieve- 
ment test. R. C. Aden. Peabody J Ed 42: 

Adjustment problems of adolescent daughters 
of employed mothers. R. E. Whitmarsh. 
bibliog J Home Econ 57:201-4 Mr 65 

Art classes. M. W. Brown, il Sch Arts 63: 
24-8 Je '64 , , , t 

Art experience during early adolescence. J. 
A Michael. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk b4 
pt2:S6-114 '65 .,,, 

As a psychiatrist sees pressure.s on middle- 
class teen-agers. S. Berman. il NEA J 54. 
16-174- F '65 -. , 

As a psychologist sees pressures on disad- 
vantaged teen-agers. A. Pearl, il NJi,A J 
54:18-19+ F "65 ^ , , . m -rr 

Attitudes and opinions of adolescents, i. H. 
Eames. J Ed 147:3-16 Ap '65 

Authority, freedom, and the teenager. J. L. 
Lennon. Cath Sch J 65:34-6 Ap '65 

Behavior problems in early ad9lescence H. C. 
Quay and ^1^. C. Quay. Child Develop 36: 

Causes of ^conflict. F.C Bauer. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:15-18 Ap '65. . 

Characteristics of adolescents and their im- 
plications for the classroom. W. R. Bailer. 
H Sch J 48:419-26 Ap '65 

Concerns of contemporary adolescents. R. 
Schmuck. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49: 
19-28 Ap '65 . , . *r, iQCA'o 

Counseling adolescent girls .in the I960 s 
R J. Havighurst. Voc Guid Q 13:153-60 
Spr '65 

Creative and academic performance in gifted 
adolescents. E. M. Drews and S. Mont- 
gomerv. H Sch J 48:94-101 N '64 

Crises in normal personality development 
G. W. Allport. Teach Col Rec 66:23o-41 

Differential perceptions of environmental 
pre.«s by high school students. E L. Herr. 
bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:678-86 Mr 
'65 

Events and opinions. W. Kochnower. Clear- 
ing House 39:479-80 Ap '65 

Family and peer influences in college plans 
of high school students. E. L. McDill and 
J. Coleman. Sociol of Ed 38:112-26 Wint '65 

I teach and love adolescents. Sister Ann 
Joachim. Cath Sch J 64:41-2 Je '64 

Junior high school: a psychologist's view. 
W W Wattenberg. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bill 49:34-44 Ap '65 



Knowledge: our greatest asset. A. R. Fehren- 
bach. Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors 
J 28:18-25 Fall '64 
Marriage and family living in the home- 
making curriculum. R. K. Bezant, bib- 
liog J Home Econ 57:11-16 Ja '65 
Motivational development of adolescents. T. 
Campanelle. Ed 85:310-13 Ja '65 

Mouvacions underlying clothing selection and 
wearing. S. E. Evans. J Home Econ 56:739- 
43 D '64 

Myths of youth. M. Jahoda and N. Warren. 
Sociol of Ed 38:138-49 Wint '65 

New emphasis on observation in a secondary 
student preteaching program. R. E. Grinder. 
J Teach Ed 15:310-15 S 64 

New patterns in the treatment of the emo- 
tionally disturbed adolescent. M. Tarail. 
N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:139-44 

Our hard-pressed teenagers; with study- 
discussion program. C. Smallenburg and 
H. Smallenburg. bibliog il PTA Mag 59: 
34-6. 44 F '65 , ^ , 

Psychological normality in the years of youth. 
R. E. Nixon. Teach Col Rec 66:71-9 O '64 

Psychosexual development in childhood and 
adolescence. P. W. Toussieng. J Sch Health 
35:158-65 Ap '65 

Raising aspirations for youth. R. D. Strom. 
Cath Ed R 62:289-97 My '64 

Self-concepts of gifted adolescents. R. Strang. 
H Sch J 48:102-6 N '64 

Teen-age code of conduct for parents; with 
study-discussion program by C. Smallen- 
burg and H. Smallenburg. A. D. Buch- 
mueller. bibliog il PTA Mag 59:4-7, 36-7 
O '64 

Teenage reactions to nuclear threat. S. Lev- 
enstein. Teach Col Rec 66:123-7 N '64 

Research 

Physique and growth in adolescence. D. M. 
Broverman and others. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:857-70 S '64 

Research in autonomy and responsibility in 
adolescents. J. S. Coleman. Nat Assn Wom- 
en Deans & Counselors J 28:2-9 Fall '64 
ADOLESCENCE in literature 

New perspectives for teacher education. I. M. 
Tiedt and S. W. Tiedt. J Teach Ed 15:287-8 
S '64 
ADOLESCENT delinquency. See Juvenile de- 
linquency 
ADOPTION 

Effects of adoption on children from institu- 
tions. H. M. Skeels. Children 12:33-4 Ja 
'65 

Medical aspects of legal adoption. L. W. 
Sauer. PTA Mag 59:13-14 F '65 

Upsurge of interest in adoption; review of 
Shared fate: a theory of adoption and men- 
tal health, by H. D. Kirk. D. Fanshel. 
Children 11:193-6 S '64 

Why so few Negro adoptions? E. Herzog 
and R. Bernstein, bibliog il Children 12:14- 
18 Ja '65 
ADOPTIVE parents. See Foster parents 

ADSORBENTS 

Crystalline molecular sieves. D. W. Breck. 
bibliog il diags J Chem Ed 41:678-89 D '64 
ADSORPTION 

Adsorption of benzene on silica gel; a high 
vacuum experiment. J. C. Hanson and 
F. E. Stafford, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 
42:88-91 F '65 
ADULT-child relationship. See Child-adult re- 
lationship; Parent-child relationship 
ADULT education 

Adult educators establish task force on 
poverty. Adult Lead 13:82-3 S '64 

America worth studying; Lords and adult 
education. Times Ed Sup 2584:980 N 27 '65 

Automation and adult education. B. H. Stern. 
Ed Forum 29:307-11 Mr '65 

Continuing education, bibliog J Ed 147:3-81 
F '65 

Continuing education; ed. by A. Kaplan 
(cont) J Higher Ed 35:289-91, 466-8: 36: 
110-12, 291-3 My, N '64, F, My '65 

Continuing education programs and their im- 
plications for counselors. P. B. Tautfest. 
Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 
27:194-7 Sum '64 

Current developments in educational pro- 
graming for older people. D- P. Kent. Am 
Sch Bd J 149:27+ S '64 

Dynamics in adult education. R. D. Boyd. 
Adult Ed 14:131-6 Spr '64 

Educational chan;-;e tomorrow. L. B. Mayhew. 
Sch & Soc 92:284-5 O 17 '64 

Educational thrust required by automation. 
L. H. Evans. Am Assn Sch Adm OfHcia) 
Report 1964:45-54 

Impact; we live in an age of unrest. 11 NEA J 
53:22-4 D '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



13 



ADULT education — Continued 

Incisure and adult education. N. Anderson. 
Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no4:187-92 '63 

Leisure and American adult education. J. 
London and R. Wenkert. Int J Adult Youth 
Eki 15 no4:165-70 '63 

Need in adult education. L. Nadler. Adult 
Ed 15:105-8 Wint '65 

News and trends in adult education; Impact. 
M. Gill. Ed Lead 22:279+ Ja '65 

Patterns of leisure. T. B. Averill and L. L. 
Suhm. Adult Lead 13:151-2 N '64 

Research in comparative education; literacy 
and education for adults. Int Bur Ed Bui 
38 3d quarter: 150-2 '64 

Settinjf conducive to adult learning. F. Ed- 
wards and H. Hyberger. Adult Lead 13: 
17-18 My '64 

Value of a bulletin. L. Gallman. Adult Lead 
13:140 N '64 

What's happeninK in education? W. D. Bout- 
well. PTA MaK 59:31 Ap '65 
See also 

Ability, Influence of age on 

Adult education. Rural 

Agricultural education — Adult 

Alumni education 

Automobile mechanics — Teaching — Adults 

LJu.sine.s.s education — Adult 

Chautauquas 

Ciiizen.sliip education — Adult 

Community development 

Distributive education — Adult 

English lanKuaco — Teaching — Adults 

Folk high schools 

General education — Adult 

Home economics education — Adult 

Illltercu;y 

Languages. Modem — Teaching — Adults 

Lyceum.s 

Prison schools 

Program nK-( I teaching — Adults 

Reading — Hf>medlal teaching — Adults 

J,,... li. ,, .,• '■■- -Adults 

1 -Adult 

1 1. Catholic— Adult 

. . I . \ , 1 1 1 I 3 

l^ni!' 'Fees — Education 

I'nii' liicatlon 

Vocational education— .\.du!t 
Workers education 

Achievements. Student 
Study of three programs of contlnuins edu- 
cation. A. H. Olenesk and C. Vemer. Can 
Ed Res Digest 5:31-9 Mr 65 

Administration 
Problems of adult education admlniatrators. 
L. R. Oakes. Calif Ed 2:16 Ja '65 

Alms <ind objectives 
Adult career development and constructive 

fiurposes for adult education. S. E. Sworder. 
I Calif Ed 2:17-18 S '64 

Adult education: a new frontier. V. L. Mc- 
carty. Adult Lead 13:73-4+ S '64 

Adult education and the development of 
human resources. J. McCollum. Adult Lead 
13:173-4+ D '64 

Adult iroal.4 for adult education. T. P. Gnagcy. 
A<hilt 1-M 14:177-9 Spr '64 

American adult education: an approach to a 
definition of the field. J. London and R. 
Wenkert. Adult L»ad 13:166-8+ D '64 

Awareness ai)proach to continuing liberal- 
general education. J. W. Slcln. Adtilt Ed 
14:142-5 Spr '64 

Com.iig revolution In education. T. P. Gnagey. 
Adult Ed l.'-.:9-16 Autumn '64 

Courses for upgrading the vocational skills 
of adults, n. C. Nye and W. B. Logan. 11 
TIP 3:179-82 D '64 

Educational approaches to community prob- 
lems. E. Winston. Adult Lead 13:205-6+ 
Ja '65 

Is there a less^on for us In the machinery and 
empha.ses of Soviet mass cdurnfion? R. E. 
Belding. l.ihilog Adult Lead 13:142-4+ N '64 

Lifelong education. A. A. LIveright. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Hul 48:99-110 N '64 

My philosophy of adult education. S. M. Cur- 

^ tis. Ag Ed Mag 37:122-3 N '64 

New missions for old programs; a university- 
wide approach to continuing education. 
P. A. Miller. J Higher Ed .'15:450-8 N '64 

New transcendentall.sm: the marriage of hu- 
manism and science for Individual freedom. 
T. P. Gnagcy. Adult Lead 13:34-6+ Je '64 

Philosoiihical view of community develop- 
ment as an adult education fimctlon. B. 
L. Jones. Adult Lead 13:240-2+ F '65 

Preemployment training for out-of-school 
youth and adults. B. R. Shoemaker. II TIP 
3:175-8 D '64 



Signs of revolution in public school educa- 
tion. R. A. Luke. Adult Lead 13:203-4+ 
Ja '65 

Social functions of adult education. R. J. 
Havightu-st. Adult Lead 13:208-10+ Ja '65 

Bibliography 
Basic bibliography of the graduate progran: 

in adult education at Boston university. 

J Ed 147:62-81 F 65 
Professional literature; ed. by J. B. Whipple. 

See issues of Adult education 

Courses of study 
Informal report on informal courses. J. Fleece. 
Adult Ed 14:234-7 Sum '64 

Curriculum 
Adult career development and constructive 

purposes for adult education. S. E. Sworder. 

U Calif Ed 2:17-18 S '64 
Programs for mature coeds. A. H. Tinker. 

Adult Lead 13:2S3-4+ Mr 65 
Signs of revolution in public school adult 

education. R. A. Luke. Adult Lead 13:203- 

4+ Ja '65; Some cond. Ed Digest 30:52-4 

Ap '65 
What is so different about the secondary 

curriculum for adults? R. A. Luke. Nat 

Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:196-202 Mr '65 

Evaluation 
Philosophy, curriculum, evaluation, the steps 
to educational excellence. F. R. Martinez. 
Calif Ed 2:15-16 Ja '65 

Evaluation 
Criteria for evaluating Instruction. Calif Ed 

1:7-8 Ap '64 

Federal aid 
Federal old for the illiterate. R. B. Mlnnis. 

Wilson Lib Bui 38:844+ Je '64 
Federal money for education. Am Ed 1:26-7 

Mr '65 
Signs of revolution In public school adult 

education. R. A. Luke. Adult Lead 13: 

203-4-1- Ja '65: Same cond. Ed Digest 30: 

52-4 An 'k.') 
War on ■ i-'eles: an excerpt 

from n undor title II-B 

of th«- mity act of 1964. 

Calif Ed 2-.:-i .\v 05 

Finance 

Adult education grants. Times Ed Sup 2554: 

1171 My 1 '64 
What about the average student? V. Jantzen. 

I'ealKHly J Ed 42:jY9-S0 Mr "65 

Graduate work 

Doctorates In adult education awarded In 
19r.3: comp. by C. O. Houle. Adult Ed 14: 
179 -so Spr '64 

Intorn-Mhlp program In adult education. P. 
ILrtrtvIn and J. McKlnley. Adult Lead 13: 
loT-y .\ '64 

Internships in adult education. E. E. Mc- 
.Mahon. Adult Ed 15:47-50 Autumn '64 

Profes.<iional education for loaders of con- 
tinuing education. M. S. Knowles. J Ed 
147:16-20 F '65 

History 

Alain L. Locke and the adult education 
movement. E. C. Holmes. J Negro Ed 34: 
5-10 Wint '65 

Danish folk high school: can it be trans- 
planted? the success and failure of the 
Danish folk high school at home and 
abroad. J. Kulich. Int R Ed 10 no4:417-30 
•64 

Henr>' Thoreau's village school. J. B. Wilson. 
Adult Ed 15:17-22 Autumn '64 

New missions for old programs; a university- 
wide approach to continuin.g education. 
P. A. Miller. J Higher Ed 35:450-8 N '64 

Speech and adult education: a nexus. F. E. X. 
Dance. Adult Ed 14:151-5 Spr '64 

International aspects 
Role of the United Nations organizations In 
education for International understanding: 
adult education. H. J. Abraham. Year 
Book of Ed 1964:370-1 

Library participation 
College graduate as a lifetime reader. J. S. 
DIekofr. ALA Bui 58:995-7+ D '64 
Motivation 
Completions and drop outs: a review of re- 
.search. C. Verner and G. S. Davis, Jr. Adult 
Ed 14:157-76 Spr '64 
Report cards for adults? E. E. McMahon. 
Adult Lead 13:169-70+ D '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ADULT education — Continued 
Research 

American adult education: an approach to 
a definition of the field. J. London and 
R. Wenkert. Adult Lead 13:166-8+ D '64 

Current needs in adult education research. 
A. B. Knox. bibliOK J Ed 147:21-31 F '65 

Research and investigations In adult educa- 
tion. W. Thiede and J. Draper. Adult Ed 
14:195-225 Sum '64 

Some recent research contributions toward 
our understanding of religious adult ed- 
ucation. L. C. Little. Adult Lead 13:272-4+ 
Mr '65 

Study of three programs of continuing edu- 
cation. A. H. Glenesk and C. Verner. Can 
Ed Res Digest 5:31-9 Mr '65 

Standards 
Philosophy, curriculum, evaluation, the steps 
to educational excellence. F. R. Martinez. 
Calif Ed 2:15-16 Ja '65 

Statistics 
Facts and figures about adult education. S. E. 
Sworder. Calif Ed 1:19-21 Je '64 

Subject matter 

Continuing education confronts the con- 
troversial; a course in censorship. B. E. 
Bryant. Adult Lead 13:319+ Ap '65 

Teaching English as a new language to 
adults. New York (city) Board of educa- 
tion, bibliog N T C Bd Ed Curric Bui 1963- 
64 no5:180p 

Teaching aids and devices 

Instruction materials for functionally illiter- 
ate adults. J. Olsen. Adult Lead 13:275-6+ 
Mr '65 

News for you; newspaper for adult new 
literates. D. E. Mason. Adult Lead 13:45- 
6+ Je '64 
See also 

Moving pictures in adult education 

Radio in adult education 

Television in adult education 

Teaching methods 
Higher education for adults: today and to- 
morrow. J. F. Baker. J Ed 147:3-15 F 
'65 
Professional education for leaders of con- 
tinuing education. M. S. Knowles. J Ed 
147:16-20 F '65 
See also 
Discussion method 

Terminology 
What is this continuing education? W. 
Dickerman. Adult Ed 15:3-8 Autumn '64 

Theories and principles 

American adult education: an approach to a 
definition of the field. J. London and 
R. Wenkert. Adult Lead 13:166-8+ D '64 

On liberating adults: a philosophy for adult 
educators. H. M. Kallen. Adult Lead 13: 
98-100+ O '64 

Philosophical view of community develop- 
ment as an adult education function. B. 
L. Jones. Adult Lead 13:240-2+ F '65 

Value 
Adult education in red China. V. T. C. Lin. 

Adult Ed 14:240-52 Sum '64 

Alumni secretary looks at continuing edu- 
cation. R. W. Weeks. J Ed 147:32-5 F '65 

Continuing liberal education through inde- 
pendent study. H. C. Spencer. Adult Ed 
15:91-5 Wint '65 

In-service or continuing education for teach- 
ers. J. R. Childress. J Ed 147:36-45 F '65 

On being adult in education. J. W. Russell. 
Adult Lead 13:10+ My '64 

Our responsibilities for the adult citizen. F. H. 
Harrington. Col & Univ 39:442-9 Sum '64 

Professional preventative maintenance. B. G. 
Davis. Adult Lead 13:101-2+ O '64 

Self-actualization for women through con- 
tinuing education. W. D. Kerr and R. L. 
Johnston. Adult Lead 13:177-8 D '64 

Colleges and universities 
Adult approach to adult education. J. M. 

Hubbard, il CTA J 60:14-16+ O '64 
Alumni secretary looks at continuing educa- 
_tion. R. W. Weeks. J Ed 147:32-5 F '65 
Degrees m middle-age: tapping mature brain- 
power. G. Taylor, ii Times Ed Sup 2593:255 
Ja 29 '65 
Higher education for adults: today and to- 
morrow. J. F. Baker. J Ed 147:3-15 F '65 
New missions for old programs; a university- 
wide approach to continuing education. 
P. A. Miller. J Higher Ed 35:450-8 N '64 



Our responsibilities for the adult citizen. P. H. 

Harrington. Col & Univ 39:442-9 Sum '64 
Programs for mature coeds. A. H. Tinker. 

Adult Lead 13:283-4+ Mr '65 
When a married woman returns to college. 

R. Levine. Cath Sch J 64:64 O '64 

High schools 

Counseling for success. A. E. Silverstein. 
Calif Ed 1:13 My '64 

High school goes to the factory; Western 
electric company, Indianapolis. H. M. Fen- 
ton. Adult Lead 13:5-6 My '64 

Programmed instruction in adult education; 
accelerated high school subjects class. L. 
Van Phelan and others, il Calif Ed 2:19- 
20+ Mr '65 

Signs of revolution in public school adult 
education. R. A. Luke. Adult Lead 13:203- 
4+ Ja '65; Same cond. Bd Digest 30:52-4 
Ap '65 

What is so different about the secondary 
curriculum for adults? R. A. Lvike. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:196-202 Mr '65 

Junior colleges 
Junior colleges, the adult education mission. 
L Loso. il Minn J Bd 45:14-15 F '65 

Africa, East 
UniA'ersity at large. D. W. Edgington. Univ Q 
18:394-7 S '64 

Australia 

Extension work in rural areas; Australian 

experience. Times Ed Sup 2558:1491 My 29 

'64 

Surfboards have rivals: summer in full 

swing, il Times Bd Sup 2593:258 Ja 29 '65 

British Columbia 
Study of three programs of continuing educa- 
tion: King Edward centre, Vancouver. A. 
H. Glenesk and C. Verner. Can Ed Res Di- 
gest 5:31-9 Mr '65 

California 
Adult approach to adult education. J. M. 

Hubbard, il CTA J 60:14-16+ O '64 
California educates its older citizens. S. 

Sworder and E. DeGabriele. il Calif Ed 2: 

21-2 O '64 
Counseling for success. A. E. Silverstein. 

Calif Bd 1:13 My '64 
Education: new hope for the adult deaf, il 

Calif Bd 2:11-12 D '64 
Facts and figures about adult education. 

S. B. Sworder. Calif Bd 1:19-21 Je '64 
War on illiteracy in Los Angeles: an excerpt 

from a proposal for funds under title II-B 

of the Economic opportunity act of 1964. 

Calif Ed 2:23-4 Ap '65 
Working with low income parents. M. Babitz. 

Calif Ed 2:29 F '65 

Canada 

Canada: report on developments in educa- 
tion, 1963-64; adult education. Canadian 
education association. Can Bd Res Digest 
4:84-5 Je '64 

Radio in Canadian adult education. R. 
Schwass. il Int J Adult Youth Ed 16 no 1: 
5-10 '64 

China (Peoples Republic) 

Adult education in red China. V. T. C. Lin. 
Adult Ed 14:240-52 Sura '64 

Denmark 
See also 
Folk high schools — Denmark 

Europe, Western 

See also 
European bureau of adult education 

Florida 

Intensive English pinpoints new teaching 
methods. E. H. Stannitz. Adult Lead 13: 
105 O '64 
See also 

Florida institute for continuing university 
studies 

Great Britain 

A.C.B.'s plans for adults; larger extension 
college. Times Ed Sup 2573:357 S 11 '64 

Adult education grants. Times Bd Sup 2554: 
1171 My 1 '64 

Degrees in middle-age: tapping mature brain- 
power. G. Taylor, il Times Ed Sup 2593:255 
■Ta 29 '65 

Educational monasteries. Times Ed Sup 2573: 
358 S 11 '64 

Grown ups. Times Ed Sup 2569:227 Ag 14 '64 

Published sources for the study of con- 
temporary British further education. A. J. 
Peters. Brit J Ed Studies 13:71-86, 170-87 
N '64-My '65 



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ADULT education — Continued 
Illinois 
Self-actualization for women through con- 
tinuing education. W. D. Kerr and R. L. 
Johnston. Adult Lead 13:177-8 D '64 

Iran 

Soldiers with mortar boards: the Literacy 
corps of Iran. Times Ed Sup 2596:510 F 19 

Israel 

Adult education in Israel. M. Greenbere. 

Adult Ed 15:115-19 Wint "65 
Report on Israel. A. A. LiveriKht. Adult Lead 

13:312-144- Ap '65 

Italy 

It's never too late to learn; photographs. 
Times Ed Sup 2553:1062 Ap 24 '64 

Japan 
Adult education experiment In Japanese 
PTA. S. Sato and others. Adult Lead 13: 
14-16-1- My '64 

Kentucky 
No bars to learning: health and correctional 
institutions In Kentucky. C. E. James 
and A. C. Waggoner. Adult Lead 13:41-2 
Je '64 

Maryland 
Community college attracts the aging. M. S. 
Koch and S. E. Lllienstein. il Jun Col J 
35:26-7 O '64 

Massachusetts 

Don't underestimate the teacher; adult edu- 
cation in Brookllne. Mass. N. W. Weeks. 
Adult Lead 13:23-f- My '64 

Michigan 
Schools: vital ally; war on poverty. M. R. 
Lovell. Jr. II Mich Ed J 42:12-14 Mr '65 

Minnesota 
Junior colleges, tho adult education mis- 
sion. I. Loso. il Minn J Ed 45:14-15 F '65 

Missouri 
Learning to learn; Warrensburg adult edu- 
cation project. A. J. Ter Keurst. il Sch & 
Com 51:18-19 N '64 

Morocco 
Un programme ralsonne de formation iiyn- 
dic&le. J. Le Veugle. Int R Ed 10 no3:346-52 
'64 

Nigeria 
What's happening^ at the University of 
Nigeria? L. A. Doyle. Adult Lead 13:76-8 
S '64 

North Carolina 
Adult basic education in North Carolina. 
M. C. Neff. Adult Lead 13:277-84- Mr '65 

Norway 
Correspondence education In Nor^'ay. S. O. 
Andresen. il Int J Adult Youth Ed 16 no 1: 
15-22 '64 
See also 
Folk high schools — Norway 

Russia 
Education and leisure in the U.S.S.R. M. 

Rauzen. il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no4: 

201-10 '63 
Expanding adult education; wide-ranging 

Soviet decree. Times Ed Sup 2554:1149 My 

1 '64 
Is there a lesson for us In tho machinery and 

emphases of Soviet mass education? R. E. 

Belding. bibliog Adult Lead 13:142-44- N '64 
Popular education In the IT.S.S.R; All-union 

Znanle association. V. Popkov. il Int J 

Adult Youth Ed 16 no 1:33-9 '64 

Sweden 
Study circles in Sweden. R. E. Belding. 
Adult Ed 14:146-50 Spr '64 

Tanganyika 
Adult education in Tanganyika: the story 
of Klvukonl. E. N. Gladden. Int J Adult 
Youth Ed 15 no4:171-8 '63 

Turkey 
Adult education In Turkey. H. C. Hunsaker. 
Adult Lead 13:281-2-f- Mr '65 

Virginia 

Basic education In manpower retraining pro- 
grams. W. F. Brazzlel. Adult Lead 13:145-6 
N '64 

Norfolk state college experiment in training 
the hard-core unemployed. L. B. Brooks. 11 
Phi Delta Kappan 46:111-16 N '64 



Wisconsin 
Adults without diplomas helped bv Appleton 

plan. M. J. Xess. Wis J Ed 97:174- Ap '65 
Are we preparing for a lifetime of learning? 

R. N. Dick. 11 Wis J Ed 97:36-7 S '64 
Here's exemplary athletic setup. R. H. Tank; 

M. Blake, il Am Sch Bd J 150:36-8 F '65 
ADULT education, Rural 
Extension work in rural areas; Australian 

experience. Times Ed Sup 2558:1491 My 

29 '64 
Radio in Canadian adult education. R. 

Schwa-ss. 11 Int J Adult Youth Ed 16 no 1: 

5-10 '64 
ADULT education as a profession 
Professional education for leaders of con- 
tinuing education. M. S. Knowles. J Ed 

147:16-20 F '65 
ADULT education association of the United 

States of America 
AEA's newly elected officers. 11 Adult Lead 

13:1344- X '64 
Annual report for 1904. E. I. Johnson. Adult 

Load ISi.^lf.T-C Ap '65 
In retrospect. A. P. Crabtree. Adult Lead 

13:1714- D '64 

Meetings. 1963 
Miami Beach AE.V meeting evaluated. W. L. 
Schroeder. Adult Lead 13:150 N '64 

Meetings. 1964 
Highlights of Milwaukee. R. W. Axford. 

Adult Lead 13:216-17 Ja '65 
HiKhllght.i of Milwaukee conference program. 

Adult Lead n:129-:i2 O '64 
Milwaukee conference; programs of sections. 

Adult Lead 13:95-6 S '64 
Milwaukee featured speakers; C. T. Rowan, 

E. Peter.'son. R. J. Havlghurst. Adult Lead 

13:155-1- N '61 
Milwaukee In November! Adult Lead 13:94 S 

'64 
Plans for Milwaukee conference; November 

15-17, 1964. Adult Lead 13:184- My '64 
Section ret>orts from the Milwaukee confer- 
ence. Adult Lead 13:220-33 Ja '65 

Committee on social philosophy 
Accent on .social philo.sophy. See Issues of 
Adult leadership 
ADULT education associations 
See also 
Adult education association of the United 

States of America 
Association of university evening colleges 
Council of national organizations for adult 

education 
European bureau of adult education 
National association of public school adult 

oduoutors 
National university extension association 
ADULT education directors 
N».ed In adult education. L. Nadler. Adult 

Ed 15:105-S Wint '65 
Setting conducive to adult learning. F. 
Edwards and H. Hyberger. Adult Lead 13: 
17-18 My '64 

Duties 
Training directors and professional educa- 
tion In.Mtltutions. L. Nadler. bibliog Adult 
Lead 13:218-504- F '65 

Education 
Internship program In adult education. P. 

IJorKovln and J. McKlnley. Adult Lead 13: 

137-9 N '64 
Internships In adult education. E. E. Mc- 

Mahon. Adult Ed 15:47-50 Autumn '64 
Professional education for leaders of continu- 

Intr education. M. S. Knowles. J Ed 147: 

lG-20 F '65 
Training directors and profe.sslonal education 

iiustitutlons. L. Nadler. bibliog Adult Lead 

13:248-504- F '65 

Qualifications 

Training directors and professional educa- 
tion in.'!tltutions. L. Nadler. bibliog Adult 
Lead 13:248-504- F '65 
ADULT education students 

Completions and drop outs: a review of re- 
search. C. Verner and G. S. Davis, jr. 
Adult Ed 14:157-76 Spr '64 

Coim.selinir the adult student. F. A. McElaney. 
J Ed 147:46-50 F '65 

Study of three programs of continuing ed- 
ucation. A. H. Glenesk and C. Verner. Can 
Ed lies Diiro.st 5:31-9 Mr '65 

Who stays, and why? C. O. Houle. Adult Ed 
14:225-53 Sum '64 
See also 

Evening college students 

Student opinion — Adult education students 



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ADULT education students — Continued 
Research 

Achievement and withdrawal in university 
adult education classes. A. B. Knox and D. 
D. Sjogren, biblios Adult Ed 15:74-88 Wint 
'65 

Characteristics of participants in two meth- 
ods of adult education. K. Buttedahl and 
C. Verner. Adult Ed 15:67-73 Wint '65 
ADULT education teachers 

Setting conducive to adult learning:. F. 
Edwards and H. Hyberger. Adult Lead 13: 
17-18 My '64 

Education 

Professional education for leaders of con- 
tinuing education. M. S. Knowles. J Ed 
147:16-20 F '65 

Education in service 
County superintendent's role in adult edu- 
cation. V. J. Schmidt. Adult Lead 13:247 
F '65 
ADULT guidance. See Counseling 
ADULT schools. See Adult education 
ADVANCED matrices. See Progressive mat- 
rices (test) „ ^ ,, 
ADVANCED placement program. See College 
entrance examination board — ^Advanced 
placement program 

ADVENT 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Advent adaptation of The night before 
Christmas. Sister Mary Helene. Cath 
Sch J 64:35-6 N '64 
In lonely exile here; a trilogy. P. Holmes and 
others. Int J Relig Ed 41:20-l-f- O; 18-19-f- 
N; 19-20+ D '64 
ADVERB 

See also 
English language — Adverb 
ADVERTISEMENTS. See Advertising 
ADVERTISING ,, , „„ 

Sweet buy and buy. H. Rudoff. il Mus J 22: 
48-50 D '64 

Psychology 
Semantic evaluation of misleading advertis- 
ing. E. J. Kottman. J Comm 14:151-6 S '64 

Units of work 
Advertising and the elementary language 

arts. E. Wolfe. El Engl 42:42-4-|- Ja '65 
Propaganda, a part of students' lives. M. K. 
Murphy. Engl J 53:445-6 S '64; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 30:42-3 D '64 
ADVERTISING, Legal. See Legal advertising 
ADVERTISING, Newspaper 
Education in newspaper advertisements. G. 
Gerbner. Sch & Soc 92:363-5 N 28 '64 
ADVERTISING, Periodical 
Advertiser and the reader. A. L. Hyer. Av 

Instr 9:656 N '64 
Journal and music industry; a fifty-year his- 
tory of cooperation, il Mus Educators J 
50:46-8-1- Je '64 
ADVERTISING, School. See Publicity 
ADVERTISING, Television. See Television ad- 
vertising 
ADVERTISING men 
Personality characteristics of diverse occu- 
pational groups. F. J. Thumin. Personnel 
& Guid J 43:468-70 Ja '65 
ADVISERS. See Counselors; Student activi- 
ties — Sponsors 
ADVISORY centre for education, England 
A.C.E.'s plans for adults; larger extension 

college. Times Ed Sup 2573:357 S 11 '64 
M.P.s and candidates quizzed: low response 
to survey. Times Ed Sup 2574:405 S 18 '64 
ADVISORY committees. See Citizens commit- 
tees 
ADVISORY council on college chemistry 
Resource papers. J Chem Ed 41:466-78; 42: 
64-75 S '64. F '65 
AENESIDEMUS 
Causal analysis and rhetoric: a survey of 
the major philosophical conceptions of cause 
prior to John Stuart Mill; the skeptics' 
views of causality. C. F. Karns. Speech 
Mon 32:43-6 Mr '65 
AEROSPACE education 
Aerospace age in the eleinentary school. 
M. L. Johnson, il Wis J Ed 97:7-9 Ja '65 
Aerospace education and the work of the 
Illinois aerospace education committee. N. 
1j. Lowry and J. M. Hancock. Ill Ed 53: 
16-17 S '64 
Curricularizing space age education. S. J. 

Saden. Ed 85:361-3 F '65 
Hyphenated subject. E. H. Caldwell, bibliog 
Volta R 66:557-61 S '64 



Aims and objectives 
Aerospace and the curriculum. H. S. Gal- 
breath. Ill Ed 53:18-19 S '64 
AEROSPACE industries 

Xew challenges in the riddle of occupational 

information. H. J. Peters and S. F. Angus. 

bihliog Voc Guid Q 13:179-83 Spr '65 
AESOP 
Role of the moral in La vida del Ysopet con 

sus fabulas historiadas. S. W. Baldwin, jr. 

Hispania 47:762-5 D '64 
AESTHETICS 
Aesthetic credo; or. To each his own. 

H. Dart. Mus Educators J 51:111-13 N '64 
Aesthetic values and music education. A. A. 

Schwadron. bibliog Mus J 22:42-f My '64 
Alternance and Montherlant's aesthetics. G. 

Morreale. French R 37:626-36 My '64 
Art educator's essay on beauty. G. F. Gates. 

il Calif Ed 2:23 S '64 
Art of teaching fine arts. D. Campbell, il 

111 Ed 53:203-4 Ja '65 
Contemporary art and aesthetic education. H. 

S. Broudy. Sch R 72:394-411 Autumn '64 
Development of aesthetic sensitivity. B. 

Reimer. Mus Educators J 51:33-6 Ja '65 
Method and methodology in literary criticism. 

E. F. Kaelin. Sch R 72:289-308 Autumn '64 
Musical aesthetics: a review and critique. A. 

Schwadron. Mus Educators J 51:69-714- F 

'65 
Shaping the emotions: the sources of stand- 
ards for aesthetic education. D. Amstine. 

Sch R 72:242-71 Autumn '64 
Taste education. A. Jarvesoo. J Home Econ 

56:394-8 Je '64 
AFFECTION. See Love 
AFFECTIVE attitudes. See Attitudes 
AFFECTIVE learning. See Learning. Psychol- 
ogy of — ^Affective learning 
AFGHANISTAN 

See also subhead Afghanistan under the 

following subjects 
Education 

Engineering education 
AFRICA 

See also 
American teachers in Africa 
British in Africa 
British teachers in Africa 
English language in Africa 
Malawi 
Morocco 
Rhodesia 
Somali (Republic) 
ZaiTibia 

also subhead Africa under the following 

subjects 
Education 
Higher education 
Physics — Tea.ching 
Politics and education 
Radio in education 
Scientists 
Social work 
Teacher education in service 

Description and travel 
Package tour of Africa. R. Armstrong. Sci 
Ed 48:361-5 O '64 

Economic conditions 

Education and African development. G. M. 
Williams. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:221-5 
Ag '64 

Some economic problems of Africa: a geog- 
rapher's point of view. B. W. Riley. J Geog 
64:64-72 F '65 

Geography 

Some economic problems of Africa: a geog- 
rapher's point of view. B. W. Riley. J 
Geog 64:64-72 F '65 

Nationalism 
Marcus Garvey: his opinions about Africa. 
C. P. Fein. J Negro Ed 33:446-9 Fall '64 

Units of work 
Voices of Africa. M. M. Hoesch and M. M. 
Nelson. Clearing House 39:303-4 Ja '65 
AFRICA, CENTRAL 
See also 
Education — Africa, Central 
AFRICA, EAST 
See also 
Science — Teaching — Africa. East 
University extension — Africa, East 
AFRICA, NORTH 

History 
Teaching 
North Africa. W. H. Lewis. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 34:437-53 '64 
AFRICA, SOUTH. See South Africa 



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AFRICA. SUB-SAHARAN 
History 
Teaching 
Sub-Saharan Africa. R. A. Lystad. Nat Coun- 
cil Social Studies Yrbk 34:454-77 '64 
AFRICA, WEST 

See aUo subhead Africa, West under the 
following subjects 
Curriculum development 
Examinations 
University extension 

Native races 
Status, power, and education in a traditional 
community. P. J. Foster. Sch R 72:158-82 
Sum '64 
AFRICAN children 

Learninvr venture in East Africa. L. K. 
Fox, il Childh Ed 41:343-8 Mr '65 
AFRICAN educators in the United States 
Kenya educators vi.sit UW-M. C. E. Beck 
and R. Callaway, il Wis J Ed 96:17 Mr '64 
Number of Africans on assistance programs 
idr-rense.s. il .Srh Life 47:3-4 N '64 
AFRICAN literature 
Lanfc'uage of African literature. E. Mphahlele. 
Harvard lOd K 34:298-305 Spr "64; Reply. 
(i. iMoore. 34:165 Sum '64 
AFRICAN students In Great Britain 
Advice for students; work of a Common- 
wealth office. A. Clayton. Times Ed Sup 
2573:359 S 11 '64 
AFRICAN students in the United States 

People to people. A. Beckett. J Bsns Ed 
40:218 F '65 
AFTER Images 

Further comparison of electrical sensitivity 
of the eye In mentally retarded and normal 
children. J. Clausen and others, bibllo;; Am 
J Men Deficiency 69:474-81 Ja '65 
AFTER school guidance 

Pilot prou'r.iin to aid r*^t>imlnir school drop- 
outs. F. U. llonn. J Sec Ed 40:177-83 Ap 
•r.', 
AFTER-school study centers. See New York 

(city) — lOloniontary schools 
AFTEREFFECTS, Flgural. See Flgural after- 
effect. s 
AGAPE. See Love (theology) 
AGE 

.Multiple regression e<i"r'''""-^ ''"r predicting 
reading age from > il age and 

Wise verbal l.(). lla and I.V 

Gorvor. Brit J Kd P -9 F '65 

Sec also 
College students — Age 
Middle age 
Old age 
AGE (animals) 
Aging fish from their scales. K. A. Henry. 11 
Scl Teach 31:58-9 My -64 
AGE (plants) 

Method of least-atiuaros and the woody plant 
coll. T. A. Horbett. dlags Scl Teach 32: 
45-7 Ja '65 
AGE, Psychology of 
Psychological characterl.stlcs affecting adult 
learning. J. U. Fay. Adult Lead 13:1724- 
D '64 
Study of attitude change In the preretirement 
period. S. D. Saleh. J Ap Psychol 48:310- 
12 O '64 
Sen alio 
Age differences 
AGE, Reading. See Rending age 
AGE, School. See School age 
AGE and ability. See Ability. Influence of age 

on 
AGE and employment 

Research 
Study of attitude change In the preretire- 
ment period. S. D. Saleh. J Ap P.sychol 
48:310-12 O '61 
AGE and grade placement. See Grade place- 
ment 
AGE differences 
Ability of blindfolded children to use land- 
marks to locate a target. I. Feinberg and 
F. Laycock. diags Child Develop 35:547-58 
Je '64 
Acquisition of language habits In flr.<<t. sec- 
ond, and third grnde boys. B Ziglor and 
others, blbllog Child Develop 35:725-36 S "64 
Age and sex differences in the formation of 
coalition.-^. W. R. Vinacke and O. R Gulllck- 
son. bibllog Child Develop 35:1217-31 D '64 
Age, Intelligence, and sex as variables in 
the conformity behavior of Negro and 
white children. I. Iscoe and others. Child 
Develop 35:451-60 Je '64 



Ambiguous pictures for study of perceptual 
^1^'^*^?!"®",'^ a„"<i learning. D. Elkind iJ 
Child Develop 35:1391-6 D '64 ■"'"''""• 

Analysis of word sounds by young children. 
15'8-^0 Je^el" ^"^''°^ ^"^ J ^^ Psychol 34: 

Aptitude changes as a function of age M. L 
Hirt.^ bibhog Personnel & Quid J 43:174-7 

Concept transfer as a function of shifts age 
35":6D5^70oT-^6t ^- "^°^"'^«- Child Devlfop 

Concept 'utilization in preschool children. 
M •(>■- bibliog Child Develop 36:221-7 

Contact between children of different ages 
in the joint preschool institution. V G 
Nechaeva. Soviet Ed 6:3-9 My 'eT 

Cross-age relationships: an educational re- 

C^;'i'-,'i^en^l-{lT-T/^Mt"^r.5"^- ^^ ^<^^^--.'^^ 

^^^itefcTn^ ^VefVn'c'2^%V°Vi^'ely^Tn'^l^n^ 
D.vr.v,t,*^<?;"i,of:ii^l?^|J ^^ others. Child 

^'^" of children's moralistic judg- 

• ^^^- ,^P- 8"^ certain personjil- 

', , '^■^j;'.'* J'^'*'- !"• H. Whiteman and 

v,h-^>l^r. '•^ ':'er. Child Develop 35:843-50 S '64 
ri^r«,?^«^c^ ""^ cognitive controls in chil- 
clhlVd fiefe'C^^.^^'""" .•''^^. %^^^'^y- bibllog 

sano and H. C< , . x..sonnei & Gnld T 
43:150-4 O '64 ^^'.-onnei &. t^uid J 

^«-Mf^"L^*''S'^'"'^' ^f\ and intelligence in 
\%hite and Negro children. I. Iscoe and J 
lye^'^.e-Jones. bibliog Child Develop 35:785- 

Effect of effort on value: an exoloratorv 

«e^oS'3f:V3'3'f-^;^- D^'64^"'^-^'^"°'^^"^^^^^ 
^^^',?^„?^ '^?^' ^^^- ^""l socioeconomic class 
on responslvene.ss to two classes of verbal 
reinforcement D. Ro.senhan and J A 
Green wald. bibllog J Personal 33:108-21 Mr 

Exploratory study of the relation of de- 
pendence upon adult approval and age to 
children s ^'^-^ ,lak'ng.^,S^ Gratch. biblioS 

^"{r.'*'"' in children's learning. H. 

<• '2'1 1^, n.. Odom. bibliog 

I " I J *\lr G.» 

H" 'tual organization and of 

L-i, I 1- , TivJi''"^ ""'.*' for reflection. J. 
Klein. I:rit J i:d Psychol 35:60-2 F 'es 

Longitudinal study of attitude development 
an,! ■>"<.^'.,correiates. L. Guest. Child 

' t i J -o-l o 64 

^^•' i' study of the eftects of rela- 

n. . .,1.(1 magnitude on performance. 
a! ^ •/^t-^M^J^^'T'"'"^ «-"d ^- F- Ellis, bibliog 
dlag Child Develop 35:595-610 S '64 

K'^y" -^^ ''tween behavioral and cognitive 

'■ of conscience in middle chlld- 

' '■'■ Grinder, bibliog Child Develop 

.;■, . .-. '64 

Respon.se shifts In discrimination learning of 
children at three grade levels. F. Greene 
and C. Terrell. Child Develop 35:661-8 S '64 

Responses of children to musical tasks em- 
bodying I'iagol's principle of conservation. 
M. Pflederer. J Res Mus Ed 12:251-68 Wlnt 
64 

Risk In decision making as a function of 
age, sex, and probability preference. N. 
Kass. Child Develop 35:5'rr-S2 Je '64 

Social system of the high school and aca- 
demic aspirations and orientation. E. L. 
McDlIl and J. S. Coleman. Nat Assn Wom- 
en Deans & Counselors J 28:10-17 Fall '64 

Soclometrlc status of preschool children re- 
lated to age, sex. nurturaiico-giving. and 
dependency. S. Moore and R. L'pdegraff. 
Child Develop 35:519-24 Je '64 

Studies in concept attainment: the role of 
partial reinforcement as a function of age 
and intelligence. S. F. Osier and S. L. 
Shapiro, bibliog il Child Develop 35:623-33 
S '61 

Studios of children's probability learning be- 
havior; effect of reward and piini.=;hment at 
two age levels. S. I. Offenbach. Child 
Develop 35:709-15 S '64 

Studies of verbal conditioning: effects of 
age, sex, intelligence. and reinforcing 
stimuli. W. J. Meyer and others, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:499-510 Je '64 

Vicarious reinforcement in children at two 
age levels A Barnwell and L. Sechrest. 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 56:100-6 Ap '65 



18 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AGED 

Active teacher's role. A. Clark. Tex Outl 48:11 

Ag '64 
Community college attracts the aging. M. S. 

Koch and S. E. Lilienstein. il Jun Col J 

35:26-7 O '64 ^ ^ ^ ,, x x^ 

Speech education for the aged. M. L. Knapp. 

Speech Teach 13:299-303 N '64 

Adjustment problems 
Current developments in educational pro- 
graming for older people. D. P. Kent. Am 
Sch Bd J 149:27+ S '64 

Employment 
See Age and employment 
Housing 
Housing for the aged. C. Loup. J Home Econ 
56:621-2 O '64 

Research 

Homes for old age. M. Muse. J Home Econ 
57:183-7 Mr '65 

Nutrition 

Adequacy in old age. P. Swanson. bibliog 
J Home Econ 56:651-8, 728-34 N-D '64 

Psychological aspects 
:See Age, Psychology of 
AGENCIES, Social. See Social agencies 
AGENCY for international development. See 
United States — ^Agency for international 
development 
AGENTS. See Literary agents 
AGGRESSIVENESS (psychology) . 

Changes in liking as a means of reducmg 
cognitive discrepancies between self-esteem 
and aggression. D. C. Glass, bibliog J Per- 
sonal 32:531-49 D '64 
Development of a scale of parental punitive- 
ness toward aggression. R. Epstein and 
S. S. Komorita. bibliog Child Develop 36: 
129-42 Mr '65 
Diverting aggression to useful ends. Mich 

Ed J 42:14 F '65 
Ego-support, communication, catharsis, and 
hostility. P. Rothaus and P. Worchel. bib- 
liog J Personal 32:296-312 Je '64 
Mirage of behavior. L. Cowan. Mich Ed J 
42:18-19 Ja '65 
See also 
Hostility 

Research 
Peers as agents of social reinforcement. W. 
W. Hartup. bibliog Young Children 20:176-84 
Ja '65 
Personality and social development: family 
influences; aggression. R. F. Peck and H. 
G. Richek. R Ed Res 34:581-2 D '64 

Tests and scales 

See also 
Hand test 
AGNOSIA 
Finger localization, intelligence, and arith- 
metic in mentally retarded subjects. C. G. 
Matthews and E. D. Folk. Am J Men De- 
ficiency 69:107-13 Jl '64 
Relationships between neurological and psy- 
chological variables and their implications 
for reading instruction. R. M. Reitan. Conf 
on Read Univ Chicago 26:100-10 '64 
AGRIBUSINESS. See Agriculture — Economic 

aspects 
AGRICULTURAL administration 
United States 
Education midst controversy; extension's 
part in the wheat referendum. E. O. Har- 
oldsen. Adult Lead 13:66-8+ S '64 
AGRICULTURAL buildings 
Educational facilities for agricultural educa- 
tion. J. P. Bail. Ag Ed Mag 36:243-4 My '64 
New agricultural education facilities at 
NMSU. J. D. McComas. il Ag Ed Mag 36: 
256 My '64 
New 8,000 square foot vocational agricul- 
ture building. D. A. Cotton, il Ag Ed Mag 
36:255 My '64 
Plan vo ag facilities for 1980. C. O. West- 
brook, il Ag Ed Mag 37:242-3 Ap '65 
Steel buildings for vocational agriculture in 
Colorado. L. Lawson. il Ag Ed Mag 36:257 
My '64 
See also 
Agricultural rooms 
AGRICULTURAL chemicals 
See also 
Pesticides 



AGRICULTURAL chemistry 

Curriculum 
Some changes in the content of the course 
in chemistry and production training in 
the light of the decisions of the December 
(1963) plenary meeting of the CPSU cen- 
tral committee (methodological directive) 
Soviet Ed 6:29-36 Jl '64 

Teaching 

Russia 

Some changes in the content of the course 
in chemistry and production training in the 
light of the decisions of the December 
(1963) plenary meeting of the CPSU cen- 
tral committee (methodological directive) 
Soviet Ed 6:29-36 Jl '64 
AGRICULTURAL clubs. See Future farmers of 

America; Young farmers associations 
AGRICULTURAL colleges 
^ee also 

Illinois. Southern Illinois university — School 
of agriculture 

Illinois. University — College of agriculture 

Iowa state university of science and tech- 
nology — College of agriculture 

Land grant colleges 

Michigan state university of agriculture and 
applied science 

New York. State university — Agricultural and 
technical institute at Farmingdale 

North Carolina. Agricultural and technical 
college 

Wisconsin. University — College of agricul- 
ture 

Great Britain 

Engineers for the land; National college of 
agricultural engineering, Silsoe. il Times 
Ed Sup 2558:1494-5 My 29 '64 

Fascinatmg five. K. N. Russell, il Times Ed 
Sup 2550:837 Ap 3 '64 

Philippines 

See also 
Philippines. University — College of agricul- 
ture 

Russia 
Agricultural education on new frontiers. 
V. F. Krasota. Soviet Ed 6:27-35 S '64 
AGRICULTURAL contests 
Making F.F.A. production contests work. J. 

Poling, il Ag Ed Mag 37:227-8 Mr '65 
Win that contest! R. Severance, jr. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:19-20 Jl '64 
AGRICULTURAL credit 

Test of programmed instruction in farm 
credit. D. R. McClay. Ag Ed Mag 37:100-1 
O '64 
AGRICULTURAL economics 
See also 
Agriculture — Economic aspects 
Farm management 

Teaching methods 

Test of programmed instruction in farm 
credit. D. R. McClay. Ag Ed Mag 37:100-1 
O '64 
AGRICULTURAL education 

Build prestige with confusion factors. J. W. 
Hensel. Ag Ed Mag 37:94 O '64 

Do we take our work as agricultural educa- 
tors for granted? H. P. Addison. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:121 N '64 

Four steps for pilot programs. J. R. Clary. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:14-15 Jl '64 

Get the facts, then tell the story. M. D. 
Mobley. Ag Ed Mag 37:131 D '64 

How agricultural education can cooperate 
with other vocational education services. 
A. W. Tenney. Ag Ed Mag 37:138-9 D '64 

Organizational ability taught or caught? H. 
Christensen. Ag Ed Mag 37:133+ D ' 64 

Public relations, a basic part of vocational 
education. T. H. Bell. Ag Ed Mag 37:17+ 
Jl '64 

State farm organizations support vocational 
agriculture. J. F. Thompson. Ag Ed Mag 
37:132-3 D '64 

What's new in agricultural education? J. D. 
McComas. Ag Bd Mag 37:241 Ap '65 

Working with the professional communicator. 
R. Battles. Ag Ed Mag 37:134-5 D '64 

Your communication is showing. C. L. Nel- 
son, il Ag Ed Mag 37:136 D '64 
See also 

Agricultural engineering education 

Agricultural mechanics 

Future farmers of America 

Horticultural education 

National center for advanced study and re- 
search in agricultural education, Ohio 

Young farmers associations 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



19 



AGRICULTURAL education — Continued 
Achievements, Student 
Factors Influencing classroom achievement in 
vocational agriculture. V. E. Christendcn. 
il As Ed Mag 37:254-5 Ap '65 

Administration 
Professional teacher and the state program. 
R. E. Taylor. Ag Ed Mag 37:237 Ap '65 

Adult 

Agribusiness training in Nebraska. D. Mc- 
Kenzie. il Am Voc J 40:22-3 Mr '65 

Anticipating changes in vocational education. 
T. E. Albertin. Sch & Cora 51:22-f N '64 

Class develops farm plan. H. E. Maxey. il 
Ag Ed Mag .•57:154-5 D '64 

Farm tours emphasized in Iowa YFA pro- 
gram. W. F. Reidel, jr. Ag Ed Mag 37:110 
N '64 

Farming is business as well as science. R. 
Palan and C. Painter. Am Voc J 39:30-1 
N '64 

For teachers of young farmers. P. J. Myers, 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:lll-f- N '64 

Kansas hi^h .school grads want area voca- 
tional-technical .schools. D. A. McCune. Ag 
Ed Mag 37:1 ',5 D 'C4 

Manpower development training program; 
challenge to agriculture. C. R. Smith, il Am 
Voc J 39:24-5 O "64 

Manpower training courses for dairy work- 
ers. D. E. Hagen and L.. Sharp, il Ae Ed 
Mag 37:18-19 Jl '64 

Mobilizing a state's efforts for a young 
farmers program; Young farmers of Vir- 
ginia. J. M. Campbell, li Ag Ed Mag 37: 
108-10 N '64 

Part-time farming; a way of life. J. S. Zigler. 
11 Ag Ed Mag •J7:243-4+ Ap '65 

Planning for the next five years; Better farm 
and home improvement association. C. E. 
Dean. 11 Ag Ed Mag 36:278 Je '64 

Relnibursemi-nl f>olicle.s InMueiice young 
fanner and adult farmer education. J. R. 
Wannbrod. Air Kd Mag :!7: 148-50 D '64 

Some guides for on-fann Instruction for 
young farmers. L. M. Jewell. Jr. il Ag Ed 
Mag .■n:116-17 N '64 

What dairymen need to know. L. Lockwood 
and C. E. Bundy. II Ak Ed iiag 37:2u2-3 
F '65 

Young and adult farmer clas-^o."* should be 
separate! young and adult farmers can be 
combined! U. Hummel; H. C. Horslman. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:114-15 N '64 

Young farmer number.s racket. J. H. 
Rodgers. Ag Ed M.-ig 37;Ki7 N '64 

Young fanner proirram kifp^* members bu.^y. 
W. B. Coleman, il Ag Ed Mag 37:120 N '64 

Evalxtation 
Evaluate adult farmer programs now. R. A. 
Benton. Ag Ed Mag 36:259 My '64 

Aims and objectives 
Agricultural oduoatlon. A. W. Tenney. Nat 

Soc Study Kd Yrbk 64 i>t 1:112-18 "65 
Community study as.sl.'»t9 In adJu.MtIng to ur- 
banization; Jackson County. \V.\'a. K, V. 

KtTwood. Ag Kd Mag :<7:1.' lS-',i) .Vp 'C.', 
Coordination of vocational agriculture with 

other vocational programs. C. E. Stanley. 

Ag Ed Mag 37:5 Jl '64 
Educating tomorrow'.<i teachers. W. T. BJora- 

kor. Ag Ed Mag 37:187 F '65 
Expanding the role of vocational agriculture. 

J. Campbell. Am Voc J 39:31-2 S '64 
Opportunlilcs for agricultural education. D. 

Lund; W. Garcia; W. Foss. 11 Am Voc J 

40:21-2 F '65 
Our fiituro In the urban school. D. R. McClay. 

Ag Ed Mag 37:50-60 S '64 
Our place In vocational education. J. W. 

Bunten. Ag Ed Mag 37:3-4 Jl '64 
Proirram ai>praisal. J. C. Athcrion. Ag Ed 

Map .'?7:1I24- D '64 
Promising pattem.<» In high school vocational 

agriculture. R. Gamer. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37: 

214-16 Mr '65 
View from tlie out.»;ide. H. M. Hamlin. Ag 
, Ed Mag 371374-. 176-7-^ D •fi4-Ta '^5 
What agriculture should be taught the first 

two years. I.,. A. Blackbourn. il Ag Ed Mag 

36:283-4 Je '64 
Young farmer numbers racket. J H. Rodgers. 

Ag Ed Mag 37:107 K '64 

Curriculum 
Agricultural education. A. W. Tenney. Nat 

Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt 1:112-18 '65 
Arkansas teaches for off-farm agricultural 

occupations. O. F. Sullards. Ag Ed Mag 

37:163-4 Ja '65 



Basis for new courses of study. A- W. 
Tenney. Ag Ed Mag 37:211-12 Mr '65 

Educational profcraius based on student char- 
acierisiics. L. W. Drabick. Ag Ed Mag 37: 
lo2-4 D '64 

Expanding the role of vocational agriculture. 
J. Campbell. Am Voc J 39:31-2 S '64 

Four phase curriculum for farm related oc- 
cupations. C. E. Fraser. il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
174-5 Ja '^5 

Guidelines for curricula for OFAO W. H. 
Martin. Ag Ed Mag 37:216-15 Mr "65 

Guideline.« for teaching OFAO. G. R. Fuller. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:167-8 Ja '65 

If you add horticulture. J. C. "Walter. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:644- S '64 

It's time to change the FFA. G. L. Berg, 
il Ac Ed Mag 37:92-3 O '04 

New design for high school vocational agri- 
culture. A. G. Bullard. il Ag Ed Mag 37:8- 
10 Jl '64 

New high school vo-ag courses developed. 
W. T. Ellis. Ag Ed Mag 37:250-l Ap '65 

One teacher, four semesters, sixteen agri- 
cultural courses. J. W. Hensel. 11 Ag Ed 
Mag 37:222-3 Mr '65 

Promising pattern.'' In high school vocational 
agriculture. R. Gamer, il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
214-16 Mr '65 

Sales and service important areas of non- 
farm aericuUura! occupations. R. M. Clark 
and W. Householder, il Ag Ed Mag 37:169- 
70 Ja "65 

Teaching guides can speed curriculum change. 
W. J. Brown. Jr. il Ag Ed Mag 37:198-9 F 
"65 

There's a place for teaching landscape de- 
sign. E. C. Dippold. As Ed Mag 37:69-t- 
S '64 

Vocational agriculture should begin in the 
freshman year; Juniors and seniors are 
ready for specialized study. C. E Hender- 
son; R. E. Lucas, il Ag Ed Mag 37:246-8 Ap 
'65 

We adjusted our program to urbanization. 
R. A. Kopf. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37:62-3 S '64 

What agriculture should be taught the first 
two years. L. A. Blackbourn. 11 Ag Ed Mag 
36:283-4 Je '64 

Enrollment 
Public supports vocational agriculture. G. S. 
Guller. Ag Ed Mag 36:276-7 Je '64 

Evaluation 
Don't wait too long before evaluating. H. 

Shoaf. II A g Kd Mng 36•^R9-^ Je '64 
Evaluating I- ' t-- '-ims. P. B. 

Hemp, n .^ : Je '64 

Guiding pri: 1 imder the 

Voo.iti... .' OG,!. A. H. 

Krcbs Ap '6.'; 

Human ' r ovaluatlon. 

G. R. I 267 Je '64 

Learning on the Joli important to ag tech- 
nicians. L. Donker. il Ag Ed Mag 37:29-30 

Ag '64 
Principals evaluate Tennessee vo ag pro- 
grams. E. E. Lamberth. Ag Ed Mag 36: 

271-.-. Jo '64 
rroirr.Liii ai>pr.ils,al. J. C. Atherton. Ag Ed 

Map -ITrMJ-i- D '64 
Use local people to review local programs. 

R. J. Denny and J. R. Clary. 11 Ag Ed Mag 

36 270-14- Je '64 
What do we really know about ottr program? 

C. R. Weston. Ag Ed Mag 36:281-2 Je '64 

Finance 
Public supports vocational agriculture. G. S. 
Guller. Ag Ed Mag 36:276-7 Je '64 

Follow up 
Agriculture in Kansas area vocational 
.schools. H. R. Bradley. II Ag Ed Mag 37: 
240-1 Ap '65 

Graduate work 
Asslstantshlps available for graduate study 
In agricultural education. 1965-66. V. R. 
Cardosier. Ag Ed Mag 37:173 Ja '65 

international aspects 
New development.^ in International education 
programs. H. W. Kitts. Ag Ed Mag 37:267- 
8 My '65 

Motivation 
Factors Influencing classroom achievement In 
vocational agriculture. V. E. Clwistensen. 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:254-5 Ap '65 

On-the-farm training 
Some guides for on-farm Instruction for 
young farmers L. M. Jewell. Jr. 11 Ag Ed 
ilag 37:116-17 N '64 j "* 



20 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AGRICULTURAL education — Continued 
Programmed teaching 
Programed instruction for agricultural edu- 
cation. M. Ebbert and others, il Am Voc J 

39:20-1 My '64 
Test of programmed instruction in farm 

credit. D. R. McClay. Ag Ed Mag 37:100-1 

O "64 

Projects 
Could you visit my project today? A. M. 

Mellor. il As Ed Mag 37:124-5 N '64 
Money, money, everywhere, but few drops of 

learning! G. E. Timmons. il Ag Ed Mag 

37:89-90 O '64 
Vo-ag in downtown El Paso. R. D. Clugston. 

il Ag Ed Mag 36:252-3 My '64 

Research 
Bibliography 
Research studies of past two years are listed; 
studies completed in 1961-62, 1962-63. Ag 
Ed Mag 37:143-7 D '64 
Studies in progress in agricultural education. 
G. Z. Stevens. Ag Ed Mag 37:73-7 S '64 

State and federal aid 
Manpower development training program: 

challenge to agriculture. C. R. Smith, il 

Am Voc J 39:24-5 O '64 
Reimbursement policies influence young 

faiTiier and adult farmer education. J. R. 

Warmbrod. Ag Ed Mas: 37:148-50 D '64 
State reimbursement policies for vocational 

education in agriculture. J. R. Warmbrod. 

Ag Ed Mag 37:6-7 Jl '64 

Statistics 
Inadequate number of students receiving vo- 
ag training in Virginia. B. C. Bass. Ag 
Ed Mag 37:97 O '64 

Summer programs 

Effectiveness of a summer prograin in voca- 
tional agriculture. W. G. Koene. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:155-6 D '64 

Summer activities that count. W. E. Drake, 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:36-8 Ag '64 

Supervised practice 
See Agricultural education — Projects 

Supervision 

Master plan can aid supervision. M. G. Lin- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 37:235 Ap '65 

Teacher education 

See Agricultural teachers — Education 

Teachers 
See Agricultural teachers 

Teaching aids and devices 
Procedures for improving vo-ag notebooks. 

K. Merrill, il Ag Ed Mag 37:16-17 Jl '64 
Stand for chart storage and display. M. 

Barfleld. il diags Ag Ed Mag 36:258-9 My 

'64 

Teaching methods 
Could you visit my project today? A. M. 

Mellor. il Ag Ed Mag 37:124-5 N '64 
I use an a.ssistant teacher. C. Sutherland, il 

Ag Ed Mag 37:118-19 N '64 

Theories and principles 
More inductive teaching needed. S. S. Suth- 
erland. Ag Ed Mag 37:66-4- S '64 
New appreciations necessary to success In 
agriculture. J. R. Hamilton, il Ag Ed Mag 
37:32-5 Ag '64 

Value 
View from the outside. H. M. Hamlin. Ag 
Ed Mag 37:1374-. 176-74- D '64-Ja '65 

Colleges and universities 
Gown on the farm. J. D. Ivins. il Times Ed 
Sup 2550:838-9 Ap 3 '64 

High schools 
Agricultural education. A. "W. Tenney. Nat 

Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt 1:112-18 '65 
Applying principles of biology in teaching 

agriculture S. S. ^ Sutherland. Am Biol 

Teach 27:49-51 Ja '65 
Dropouts and agricultural education. W. H 

Martin. Ed 85:217-20 D 'fi-l 
Guidelines for curricula for OPAO W H 

Martin.. Ag Ed Mag 37:216-18 Mr '65 
New design for high school vocational agri- 
culture. A. G. Bullard. il Ag Ed Mag 37: 

8-10 .Jl '64 
^fJ? Jti'^iJ., school vo-ag courses developed. 

W. T. Ellis. Ag Ed Mag 37:250-1 Ap '65 



One teacher, four semesters, sixteen agri- 
cultural courses. J. W. Hensel. il As Ed 

Mag 37:222-3 Mr '65 
Promising patterns in high school vocational 

agriculture. R. Garner, il Ag Ed Mag 37: 

214-16 Mr '65 
Virginia study reveals need for new type 

of vocational training. B. C. Bass. Ag Ed 

Mag 37:229 Mr '65 
Vocational agriculture should begin in the 

freshman year; Juniors and seniors are 

ready for specialized study. C. E. Hender- 
son; R. E. Lucas, il Ag Ed Mag 37:246-8 Ap 

•65 
We adjusted our program to urbanization. 

R. A. Kopf. il Ag Ed Mag 37:62-3 S '64 
What agriculture should be taught the first 

two years. L. A. Blackbourn. 11 Ag Ed Mag 

36:283-4 Je '64 

California 
Learning and earning: a model venture. S. E. 

Cully and T. L. Clark. J Sec Ed 39:162-5 

Ap '64 

Central America 
Agricultural education in Central America 

and Panama. H. M. Byram. il Ag Ed Mag 

37:276-9 My '65 

East Pakistan 
Teaching agriculture in East Pakistan, J. B. 
McClelland, il Ag Ed Mag 37:286-8 5viy '65 

Egypt 
In Egypt the agriculture teacher tells. L. M. 
Sasman. il Ag Ed Mag 37:274-5 My '65 

Florida 
Facilities and equipment for teaching orna- 
mental horticulture. W. T. Loften and 
others, il Am Voc J 40:26-8 Ja '65 

Great Britain 
Farming: what's in the wind? il Times Ed 
Sup 2550:836-40 Ap 3 '64 
See also 
Farm institutes 

Honduras 
Students from fifteen countries enrolled In 
Pan American school of agriculture in 
central Honduras. A. K. Solstad. il Ag Ed 
Mag 37:292 My '65 

India 
Agricultural instruction in India's new re- 
gional colleges of education. B. K. Bristol 
and W. E. Schroeder. il Ag Ed Mag 37:96-7 
O '64 

Iran 
Teaching agriculture in one of the world's 
oldest civilizations: Ahwaz agricultural 
college. G. Luster, il Ag Ed Mag 37:269-704- 
My '65 

Kansas 
Don't wait too long before evaluating. H. 

Shoaf. il Ag Ed Mag 36:2694- Je '64 
Kansas studies agriculture non-farm occu- 
pations. R. J. Agan. Ag Ed Mag 37:15-16 
Jl '64 

Minnesota 
Farming is business as well as science. R. 
Palan and C. Painter. Am Voc J 39:30-1 
N '64 

Nebraska 
Agribusiness training in Nebraska. D. Mc- 
Kenzie. il Am Voc J 40:22-3 Mr '65 

North Carolina 

New design for high school vocational agri- 
culture. A. G. Bullard. il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
8-10 Jl '64 

New high school vo-ag courses developed. 
W. T. Ellis. Ag Ed Mag 37:250-1 Ap '65 

Panama 
Agricultural education in Central America 
and Panama. H. M. Byram. il Ag Ed Mag 
37:276-9 My '65 

Philippines 

Training agriculture teachers in the Philip- 
pines. S. L. Lasap. jr. Ag Ed Mag 37:290 
My '65 

Russia 

Agricultural education on new frontiers. 
V. P. Krasota. Soviet Ed 6:27-35 S '64 

Some charges in the content of the course 
in chemistry and production training in 
the light of the decisions of the December 
(1963) plenary meeting of the CPSU central 
committee (methodological directive) Soviet 
Ed 6:29-36 Jl '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



21 



AGRICULTURAL education — Continued 
Taiwan 
Vocational agriculture is on the move in 
Taiwan. O. D. Meaders. 11 map Ag Ed Ma« 
37:271-3 My '65 

Tennessee 
Principals evaluate Tennessee vo ae pro- 
grams. E. E. L^mberth. Ag Ed Mag 36: 
274-5 Je '64 

Tunisia 
When you visit a Tunisian farmer; Chott 
Maria agricultural colleKe, Sousse. H. Ross. 
11 Ag Ed Mag 37:284-5 My '65 

Virginia 

Expanding the role of vocational agricul- 
ture. J. Campbell. Am Voc J 39:31-2 S "64 

Inadequate number of .students receiving vo- 
ag training in VirKinia. B. C. Bass. Ak 
Ed Mag 37:97 O '64 

Mobilizing a state's efforts for a young 
farmer program; Young fanners of Vir- 
ginia. J. M. Campbell, il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
10-y-lO N '64 

Some guides for on-farm Instruction for 
young farmers; Virginia young farmer as- 
sociation. L. M. Jewell, jr. il Ag Ed Mag 



37:116-17 N '64 



West Virginia 



Community study assists In adjusting to ur- 
banization: Jackson County, W.Va. R. V. 
Kerwood. Ag Ed Mag 37:248-50 Ap '65 

Wisconsin 

Effectiveness of a .'^ununor program in voca- 
tional aKriculture. W. G. Koene. Ag Ed Mac 
,'J7:ir,5-(i D "64 
AGRICULTURAL education associations 
See alao 

National vocational agricultural teachers as- 
sociation 
AGRICULTURAL education departments. See 
High schools — Departments of a^rricultural 
education 
AGRICULTURAL education for girls 

I'or boys only? W. G. Weiler. Ag Ed Mag 
37:83-4 {) '64 

Teaching floriculture to irirla. J. H. Ball. U 
Ag Ed Mag 37:213 Mr ^65 
AGRICULTURAL education magazine 

l-'rom former i.'i.hui.'s. Soe Issues of Agricul- 
tural education magazine 

What our readers wanL 11 Ag Kd Ifax S7: 
229-30 Mr '65 
AGRICULTURAL ©<nployment 

Agnculuiral workor.s needed In Mi.ssouri. W. 
L. Grillln. Ak Ed Mag 37:53 Ag '64 

Anticipating changes in vocational educa- 
tion. T. E. Aibcrlln. Sch & Com 51:22-- 
N '64 

Ark.'vn.sas teaches for off-farm aKricultural 
occuiiiilion». O. F. Sullards. Ag Ed Mag 37: 
lG.{-4 .III lij 

Competencies needed by fertilizer retailers. 
K. A. Van Loh and C. E. Hundy. II Ag 
Ed Mac 37:Ksu-l Ja '65 

Competencies needed for the farm machin- 
ery worker. A. A. Kahler and C. E. Bundy. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:256-7 Ap '65 

Competencies ti^-'-ili-d In country elevator 
grain nia' I' J. Mabon and C. E. 

Bundy. A ; 37:171-2 Ja '65 

Dropouts ;i Mural education. W. H. 

Martin. 1,,; ... Jit D '64 

Four phase curiioulum for farm related oc- 
cupations. O. E. Fraser. ii Ag Ed Mag 
37:174-5 Ja '65 

Guidelines for curricula for OFAO^ W^ H. 
Martin. Ag Ed Mag 37:216-18 Mr '66 

Guidelines for teuchlnu OKAU. G. K. Fuller. 
Ag Kd Mag 37:tfi7-S Ja 'f.,'. 

It's time to change the FFA. G. L. Berg. 
il Ak Ed Mag 37:92-3 O '64 

Kan-^vas studies aericulturf> non-farm occupa- 
tions. R. J. Acan. Ag Ed Ma*r 37:15-16 Jl 
•64 

Promising patterns in high school vocational 
agriculture. R. Gamer, il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
214-16 Mr '65 

Sale.s and ."iervice important areas of non- 
farm agricultural occupations. R. M. Clark 
and W . Hou.scholder. II Ag Ed Mag 37: 
169-70 Ja '65 

Six-state regional agri-business school. C. H. 
Gau.'iman. il Phi Delta Kappan 46:381-2 
Ap '65 

Teacher ta.'sk.s In agrlrullural occupation."!. 
J. D. McComas. Ag Ed Mag 37:164-5 Ja '65 

Tests can predict success of ARA enrollees. 
R, H. Kuntz and E. D. Edington. Ag Ed 
iient 37:197 F '66 



Too many voag graduates? A. Mumphrey. 

Ag Ed Mae: 37:203 F '65 
Traming supervisors of farm labor. S. S. 

Sutherland. Calif Ed 2:17-+- Ap '65 
Vircmia study reveals need for new tj-pe of 

37^29°Mr '6p ■ ^' ^' ^^^- ^^ ^^ ^^ 

Students 
California employers cooperate in work ex- 
perience. E. M. Juergenson and J. T. 

Davis, il Ag Ed Mag 37:43-5 Ag '64 
^*v5''"l,"'^, ^"^^ earning: a model venture. S. 

Py, ?"">' .^"<i T. L. Clark. J Sec Ed 39: 

162-D Ao 64 
What emp'oyers in ornamental horticulture 

want.^G. E. Yetman. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37:224-5 

Mr 6o 

AGRICULTURAL engineering education 
Achievements, Student 
Farm mechanics for collece preparation- 
hindrance or benefit? T. A. Hoerner. il Ag 
Ed Mag 36:280-1 Je '64 

Great Britain 
Encineers for the land: National college of 
agricultural enKineering. Silsoe. il Times 
Ed Sup 2r.5S;1491-5 My 29 '64 
AGRICULTURAL extension work 
Education midst controversy: extension's part 
in the wheat referendum. E. O. Haroldsen. 
Adult Eead 13:66-8+ S '64 
See alao 
United States — Federal extension sers'ice 
AGRICULTURAL extension workers 

Itai.sing our profes.'sional sights in extension. 
''< „]?■ Qu'iin and E. J. Boone. Adult Ed 
lo:23-34 .\utumn '61 

AGRICULTURAL index. See Biological and 

atrrioultural index 
AGRICULTURAL machinery 
Tc.-i'hlnir teacher.-; milkincr machine opera- 
tion. D. Beyl. il Ag Ed Mag 37:150-1 D 
64 
See alao 
Agricultural mechanics 

Maintenance and repair 
Content for today's farm machinery instruc- 
tion. N. N. Robin.<;on and D. L. Blake 11 
Ak Ed MaK 37:226 Mr '65 
Dynamometer in t.:ioliin»r farm tractor main- 
tenance. J. E. I.,ewia. Ag Ed Mag 36:277- 
S Je •(•,! 

AGRICULTURAL machinery industry and trade 
Competeii' I for the farm machin- 

ery wor Kahler and C. E. Bundy 

Ag Ed .^ .-7 Ap '65 

Job oppoiini,!- ■ 111 .Montana hardware and 
farm lmt>loinent bu.^lnes.xes. M. Amberson. 
Ac Ed .Mac 37:168 Ja '65 
AGRICULTURAL mechanics 
Curriculum 
Block system for teai-hing farm mechanics. 
R. Smith, il Ag Ed Mag 37:252-3 Ap '65 

Evaluation 
Evaluating farm mechanics. M. R. Monson. 
il Ag Ed Mag 36:279-80 Je '64 

Teacher education 

Farm mechanics Instruction for Oklahoma 
teachers. D. A. Cotton, il Ag Ed Mag 36: 
285 Je '64 

Teaching 

Content for today's farm machinery Instruc- 
tion. N. N. Robinson and D. L.. Blake, il 
Ac Ed Mac 37:226 Mr '65 

Te.<'ts can predict success of ARA enrollees. 
R. H. Kuntz and E. D. Edington. Ag Ed 
Mac 37:197 F '65 

Which power tools for agricultural me- 
chanics? W. F. Bear. II Ag Ed Mag 37:219- 
20 Mr '65 

Value 

Farm mechanic.*' for college preparation: 
hindrance or benefit? T. A. Hoerner. II 
Ac Ed Mag 36:280-1 Je '64 
AGRICULTURAL population. See Rural popu- 
lation 

AGRICULTURAL processing. See Food indus- 

trv' and trade 
AGRICULTURAL research 
Agricultural education on new frontiers. 
V. F. Krasota. .Soviet Ed 6:27-35 S '64 
AGRICULTURAL rooms 
Educational facilities for acrlcultural edu- 
cation. J. P. Bali. Ag Ed Mac 36:243-4 My 

Facilities for multiple teacher departments. 
R. J. Woodln. plan Ag Ed Mag 36:247 My 
'64 



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AGRICULTURAL rooms — Continued 

New classrooms and shops in Kansas. H. 

Shoaf. Ak Ed Mas 37:45 Apt '64 
Stand for chart storage and display. M. 
Barfleld. il diass As Ed Maj? 36:258-9 My 
•64 
See also 
Farm shops 
AGRICULTURAL schools 

See also , , ■■ ,, 

Graduates — Agricultural schools and colleges 

AGRICULTURAL societies 

See also 

Farmers associations 
AGRICULTURAL students 

Agriculture in Kansas area vocational 
schools. H. R. Bradley, il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
240-1 Ap '65 , ^ ^ A ,. «v,o.. 

Educational programs based on student char- 
acteristics. L. W. Drabick. Ag Ed Mag 37. 
152-4 D '64 

Part-time farming; a way of life. J. S. Zigler. 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:243-4-1- Ap '65 

Student aspirations in North Carolina Negro 
high schools. L. W. Drabick. Ag Ed Mag 
37:258-9+ Ap '65 . , r, ^- i+ ,^^ 

What employers in ornamental horticulture 
want. G. E. Tetman. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37:224-5 
Mr '65 

When do students decide on a career? E. M. 
Juergenson. Calif Ed 2:25-6+. N '64 

Why don't they enroll in an agricultural col- 
lege? C. E. Richard and B. C. Bass. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:260-1 Ap '65 

Research 

Agricultural student. O. E. Thompson and 
S. F. Gordon. J Sec Ed 40:171-6 Ap '65 
AGRICULTURAL teachers 

Both sides of the issue; teaching vo .ag is a 
full time job; teaching and farming can 
be combined. H. R. Crawford; J. Harper. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:250-1 My, '64 

Fifteen kinds of teacher problems. E. Tarone 
and E. M. Jurgensen. Ag Ed Mag 37:192-3 

How good are you at judging potentiality for 
teaching? H. E. Beam. Ag Ed Mag 37:196-7 

I choose vocational agriculture. R. L. Capel. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:191 F '65 

Leadership, a badly needed asset m agri- 
cultural education. G. E. Timmons. Ag 
Ed Mag 37:27 Ag '64 . . , , 

New developments in international educa- 
tion programs. H. W. Kitts. Ag Ed Mag 
37:267-8 My '65 , . . ,,. . , 

Preferences for teaching in rnulti-teacher 
programs. D. Bryant. Ag Ed Mag 37:48-9 
Ag '64 

Score card for your next job. H. P. Addison. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:205 F '65 ^ ^ , ^ ^ 

So you think you want a job overseas! J. E. 
Christiansen, il Ag Ed Mag 37:282-3 My '65 

Summer activities of Colorado teachers .stud- 
ied. H. Anderson. Ag Ed Mag 37:10 Jl '64 

Tribute to vo-ag teaching. L. Knuti. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:151 D '64 , . „_, ,, 

Why are we here? J. Showalter. Ag Ed Mag 
37:20 Jl '64 
See also 

Bundy. R. S. 

Duties 

Barriers to good relationships. J. C. Ather- 
ton. il Ag Ed Mag 37:67+ S '64 , ,^ 

Could you visit my project today? A. M. 
Mellor. il Ag Ed Mag 37:124-5 N '64 

For teachers of young farmers. P. J. Myers, 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:111+ N '64 ,, ^ 

Liabilities in school shops. J. B. Morton. Ag 
Ed Mag 36:261 My '64 . .^, 

New attitudes needed. D. D. Oliver. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:147 D '64 ^ ^. , 

Public relations, a basic part of vocational 
education. T. H. Bell. Ag Ed Mag 37:17+ 

Jl '64 . , , 

Teacher tasks in agricultural occupations. 
J. D. McComas. Ag Ed Mag 37:164-5 Ja '65 

They take your word for it. L. L. Statler. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:183 Ja '65 

Vocational agriculture teacher's role in guid- 
ance. B. J. Novak, bibliog Ag Ed Mag 37: 
204-5 F '65 

Working with the professional communicator. 
R. Battles. Ag Ed Mag 37:134-5 D '64 

Tour communication is showing. C. L. Nel- 
son, il Ag Ed Mag 37:136 D '64 

Education 

Advising the FFA during student teaching. 
J. F. Haskins. il Ag Ed Mag 37:95 O '64 

Agricultural instruction in India's new re- 
gional colleges of education. B. K. Bristol 
and W. E. Schroeder. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37: 
96-7 O '64 



Basic concepts for educating tomorrow s 
teachers. H. R. Binkley. Ag Ed Mag 37: 
189+ F '65 , .„ „ „. 

Educating tomorrow's teachers. W. T. Bjora- 
kor. Ag Ed Mag 37:187 F '65 , 

Tomorrow's teacher, an agricultural special- 
ist. W. H. Martin, il Ag Ed Mag 37:190-1 
F '65 

Training agriculture teachers in the Philip- 
pines. S. L. Lasap, jr. Ag Ed Mag 37:290 
My '65 , „ 

Training future teachers in forestry. L. R. 
Hilterbrand. Ag Ed Mag 37:65 S '64 

Education In service 

Curing classroom blindness. J. Hannemann. 
Ag Ed Mag 37:193 P '65 

Improving in-service classes for teachers: 
instruction in milk production. G. M. Love 
and G. Z. Stevens, il Ag Ed Mag 37:220-1 
Mr '65 „ 

Teaching agriculture in East Pakistan. J. B. 
McClelland, il Ag Ed Mag 37:286-8 My '65 

Teaching teachers milking machine opera- 
tion. D. Beyl. il Ag Ed Mag 37:150-1 D '64 

Qualifications 
Professional teacher and the state program. 

R. E. Taylor. Ag Ed Mag 37:237 Ap '65 
Study need of farm background for teachers. 
S. L. Lasap, jr. Ag Ed Mag 37:165-6 Ja 
'65 

Rating 

Effectiveness of a summer program in voca- 
tional agriculture. W. G. Koene. Ag Ed 
Mag 37:155-6 D '64 
AGRICULTURAL technicians 

National seminar to discuss Improving ag 
tech programs. R. E. Taylor. Ag Ed Mag 
36:282 Je '64 

Education 

Learning on the job important to ag tech- 
nicians. L. Donker. il Ag Ed Mag 37: 
29-30 Ag '64 , . . , 

Let's tool up for training technicians in 
agriculture. J. E. Dougan. il Ag Ed Mag 
37:12-13 Jl '64 , ^ „ 

Six-state regional agri-business school. C. H. 
Gausman. il Phi Delta Kappan 46:381-2 
Ap '65 
AGRICULTURE 

Both sides of the issue; teaching vo ag is a 
full time iob; teaching and farming can 
be combined. H. R. Crawford; J. Harper. 
Ag Ed Mag 36:250-1 My '64 
See also 

Farms 

Food industry and trade 

Part time farming 

Correlation with other subjects 

Applying principles of biology in teaching 
agriculture. S. S. Sutherland. Am Biol 
Teach 27:49-51 Ja '65 

How agricultural education can cooperate 
with other vocational education services. 

A. W. Tenney. Ag Ed Mag 37:138-9 D '64 

Economic aspects 
Agribusiness training in Nebraska. D. Mc- 

Kenzie. il Am Voc J 40:22-3 Mr '65 
Let's tool up for training technicians In 

agriculture; program in agri-business. J. 

B. Dougan. il Ag Ed Mag 37:12-13 Jl '64 
Six-state regional agri-business school. C. H. 

Gausman. il Phi Delta Kappan 46:381-2 Ap 
'65 .. . 

Periodicals 
See also 
Agricultural education magazine 

Research 
See Agricultural research 

Teaching 
See Agricultural education 
Terminology 
Build prestige with confusion factors. J. W. 
Hensel. Ag Ed Mag 37:94 O '64 

France 
Maize as a gi-ain crop in France. J. R. 
McDonald, maps J Geog 64:158-69 Ap '65 

Morocco 
Aspects of Morocco today: climate and agri- 
culture. J. W. Coulter. 11 maps J Geog 63: 
402-12 D '64 

Nevada 
Trends in the agriculture of Pershing County, 
Nevada. A. W. Hansen. Ag Ed Mag 37: 
182-3 Ja '65 

Tunisia 
When you visit a Tunisian farmer. H. Ross. 
11 Ag Ed Mag 37:284-5 My '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



23 



AGRICULTURE— Continued 

United States 
Democracy = land/man. C. W. Johnson and 
G. W. Johnson. Social Studies 56:89-91 Mr 
•65 
Films: U.S. agriculture. L. C. Carter. J Geoff 

63:279 S '64 
Hybrid com and more food for more people, 
te. J. W. Miller, il map J Geog 63:413-17 
D •C4 
Nebra-ska committee tackles improving' pub- 
lic relations for agriculture. J. T. Horner. 
Ab Ed Mas 37:291 My '65 
AGRICULTURE, Vocational. See AKTicultural 

education 
AGRICULTURE as a profession 
Gown on the farm. J. D. Ivins. il Times 

Ed Sup 2550:83S-9 An 3 '64 
I'm planning to teach vocational agriculture 
in the Peace corps. G. Ropp. Ag Ed Mag 
37:291 My 'e.-i 
Study need of farm background for teachers. 
S. I>. Lasap. jr. Ag Ed Mag 37:165-6 Ja '65 
AICHINGER. Use 
Who is the bound man? towards an Interpre- 
tion of il.«f' AichinKer'.i Ltrr uefe.sselte. C. B. 
Bedwell. German Q 38:30-7 Ja '65 
AIDES, Teachers. .See Teachers aides 
AIDS in teaching. See Audio-visual aids; 

Teaching — Aids and devices 
AIMS of education. See Education — Aims and 

objectives 
AIR 
What air can do. B. J. Syrockl. il Grade 
Teach S2:61-f- O '64 
AIR conditioning 
Alr-conditlonea high school in Iowa, il plans 

Cath Sch J C4:95 S '64 
Air conditioned school designed for year- 
round use. 11 Am :-• h H.l J 150:67 An '65 
Air-conditioned hi V e to Hampton. 

C. Cahill. il Va .1 S N '64 

Air conditioning: 1 T optima! ther- 

mal environinetit. %% . U. .M.mning and L.. R. 
Olsen. il Am Sch Bd J 149:22-3 A« 64 
Air conditioning via electric i>ower. H. 

Wright, il Am .Sch & Utilv 37:2S-9 Ja 'C', 
Architect.'*" con. •■n.'<us: air conditioning: yes: 
windowle.ss schools: no. H. Wright. Na- 
tions Srh 74:r,2-:t () -r.i 
Central controls ni' 't plus economy. 

11 Am Sch I5d J 11 f,4 

Cla.s.^^oo^l air on II. Gores: J. 

King. II Sch M^'t Silll Jl '64 
Heat punu>s: fad or trend? R. O. Burk- 

hardt. Nations Sch 74 :r.n-2 O '64 
How to select a mechanical system. H. C. 

Gupta. Nations Sch 74:58-9 O '64 
Planning ye.ar-roiitid air conditioning. B. 
Candola. dlags Am Sch & Unlv 36:8-11 My 
•64 
Seal certlfles claims: Alr-conditloning and 
refrigeration institute .''tandanla. L.. N. 
Hunter. Am Sch lid J 149:33 Ag '64 
AIR currents. See Winds 
AIR pilots 

Training 
Sec nl.io 
Aviation .schools 
AIR pollution 
Whafs In the air? imcontrolled dust, fumes 
and gase.a that circulate throughout the 
.srhooU F. R. Cha.so. Safety Ed 44:14-16 F 
•65 
AIR pressure. See Pres.iure 
AIR raid shelters. See Atomic bomb shelters 
AIR raids 

Protective measures 
See filso 
Civil defcnso 
AIR supported structures. See Domes 
AiR travel 
Air aire field trip. R. K. Thaldorf. II Minn J 
Ed •l.'i:10 Mr '65 
AIRLINES 

Employees 
Education 
Employ visuals to keep 'em flying. E. W. 
.Sans and A. W. Orton. il Ed Screen Av Q 
43:524-5 S '64 
AIRPLANES 
f^rc also 
Gliders 

Detection 
Development of a paint ."scheme for lncrca.s- 
ing aircraft dctectability and visibility. 
A. I. Slegel and P. Federman. bibllog il 
J Ap Psychol 49:93-105 Ap 'CS 



Projects 
Secrets, of flight. H. A, Tost. 11 Instr 74:84 
Je 6a 

AITCHISON, Alison Esther 
Obituary 

J Geog 63:278 S ^64. M. Uttley 

AKANS (African people) See Africa. West- 
Native races 

AKRON, Ohio 

Harvey S. Firestone high school 
Ceramic tile adds color to Akron school. 11 
Am Sch Bd J 150:24 Ja '65 

ALABAMA 

See also 
Junior colleges — Alabama 

ALAIN-FOURNIER. See Foumler. A. 
ALAMOSA, Colorado 

High school 
Counseling in nonstructured groups: a case 
stud v .1. H. Suehr. Personnel & Guid J 43: 
304-5 N '64 

ALARMS, Burglar. See Burglar alarms 
ALARMS. Fire. See Fire alarms 
ALASKA 

See also subhead Alaska under the fol- 
lowing subjects 
Education 
Libraries 
Fiair.s 
Vocational education 

Industries and resources 
Alaskans vocational training challenge. I.. A. 
BurketL II Am Voc J 39:32-4 My '64 

ALBANIA 

S'-c also 
Edui-ution — Albania 

ALBANY. Georgia 

Education 
School loard for St Teresa^a. Sister Mary 
Bene.llcL il Cath Sch J 64:79 N ^64 

ALBEPTA 



En. 
Vo. 



Teaching — Alberta 
on — Alberta 



ALBION, Michigan 

Public schools 
Some of the v -visual helps teachers 

tpRf-h. E. ; .and others. II Grade 

Tc-ai-h 82:11 : Go 

ALBUMS 
.Snap.shot album and cose. J. Hickman. 11 
ding.s Ind Art.s & Voc Ed 53:47 S '64 

ALBUQUERQUE. New Mexico 
Indian school 
Pan brake. M. A. Ayer. il dia«8 Sch Shop 
24:25-8-4- D '64 

Public schools 

Albunuemue's climate for In-senMce educa- 
tion, il NEA J 51:26-7 Mr ^65 

CoiuiniinKtit: a tfireat to autonomy? A. 
Koin.nlina. Ed T^ead 22:21-7 O '64 

ALCOA. Tennessee 

High school 
New Alcoa. Tenne.«isee. high school. 11 plan 
Am Sch Bd J 150:68-71 Mr '65 

ALCOHOL 
Textl>ook errors; the decolorlzatlon of Baey- 
er's reagent by primary and secondary 
nikanols. J S. Swinehart. J Chem Ed 41: 
392-3 JI 64 

Laws and legislation 

See Liquor laws 

Physiological effect 

Alcohol and trafHc accidents. 11 Safety Ed 
44:29-31 Ja '65 

ALEDO, Illinois 

High school 
There's no business like show business. 
D. Paul. 11 Sch Musician 36:84-5 Ag '64 

ALEGRIA, Giro 
Role of animals In El mundo es anrho V 
aicno. V. Endres. Hispania 48:67-9 Mr '65 



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ALEXANDER Graham Bell association for the 
deaf , . ^, 

Alexander Graham Bell association for the 
deaf. G. W. Fellendorf. Volta R 66:767-9 
D '64 

Annual meetine: of the board of directors. 
March 2-3, 1964. Volta R 66:262-3 My '64 

1964 summer meeting, Salt Lake City, June 
22-27; tentative program, il Volta R 66: 
241-7 My '64 , . ,^ _,, ., 

Our deaf children m a hearing world, Phila- 
delphia 1964; parents conference^ of the 
Northeast region. Volta R 66:755-7 D 64 

Proceedings, 26th biennial convention. Salt 
Lake City, June 22-27, 1964. bibliog 
Volta R 66:366-580 S '64 , ,„^„ 

Report of the treasurer, fiscal year 1963. 
H. P. Hoskinson. Volta R 66:312-13 Je '64 

International parents organization 
International parents' organization. See 
issues of Volta review September 1964- 

Oral deaf adults section 
Oral deaf adults section. See issues of Volta 
review September 1964- 

Parents section 
Parents' section. See issues of Volta re- 
view through June 1964 
ALEXANDER Graham Bell award 
Alexander Graham Bell awards, 1965. Volta R 

67:270-1 Ap '65 , , .^ ^. 

Alexander Graham Bell honors citations, 
1965. Volta R 67:272 Ap '65 
ALEXANDER Graham Bell museum, Baddeck, 
Nova Scotia . , ., ^ ^ ,. 

Monument to a genius : the Alexander Graham 
Bell museum, at Baddeck. Nova Scotia. 
K. Bentley. il Volta R 67:188-90 Mr '65 
ALEXANDER Meiklejohn award 

Seventh Alexander Meiklejohn award. AAUP 
Bui 50:185-7 Je '64 
ALEXANDRIA, Minnesota 

Jefferson high school 
Above and beyond in senior high biology. 
M. L. Madson. il Minn J Ed 45:27 Ja '65 
ALFRED P. Sloan foundation, New York 
Progress toward economic literacy; invita- 
tion to learning. E. Case. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 49:101-6 Mr '65 
Progress toward economic literacy; uses of 
films in economic education. A. J. Zurcher. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:106-10 Mr 
•65 
ALGAE 

Neglected cryptogams. H. C. Bold, bibliog 

Am Biol Teach 27:101-3 F '65 
Plants: the basis of all life. J. Van Over- 
beek. il Sci Teach 31:11-15 S '64 
See also 
Lichens 
Seaweed 
ALGEBRA 
Algebraic concepts in the elementary school. 
R. A. LaRoe. Arith Teach 12:181-2 Mr 
•65 
Pictorial analogies, fictions and elementary 
algebra in the treatment of the nature- 
nurture problem. H. Winthrop. Sci Ed 49: 
79-87 P '65 
See also 
Numbers, Theory of 

Achievements, Student 

Comparison of teaching machines and pro- 
grammed texts in the teaching of alge- 
bra. I P. W. Carpenter and H. T. Fillmer. 
J Ed Res 58:218-21 Ja ^65 

Factors related to differential achievement 
among boys in ninth-grade algebra. C. H. 
Zoolalian. J Ed Res 58:205-7 Ja '65 

Mathematics in the secondary school; ap- 
proaches and techniques in teaching. D. J. 
Dessart. R Ed Res 34:300-1 Je '64 

Motivation 
Motivating students with projects and teach- 
ing aids. P. Wright, il Math Teach 58:47-8 
Ja '65 

Problem solving 

See also 
Iteration, Method of 

Problems, exercises, etc. 
Applications, discovery and y^=mx-t-b. L. 

McCreery. diags Sch Sci & Math 64:799- 

800 D '64 
Impromptu discovery lesson in algebra. H. D. 

Snyder. Math Teach 57:415-16 O '64 
Introducing number theory in high school 

algebra and geometry. I. A. Barnett. Math 

Teach 58:14-23 Ja '65 



Recursion formula for solving n linear equa- 
tions in n variables. L. O. Kattsoff and 
A. J. Simone. Math Teach 58:295-7 Ap '65 

Using high school algebra and geometry in 
Doppler satellite tracking. R. A. Thomp- 
son. Math Teach 58:290-4 Ap '65 

Vectors in algebra and geometry. A. M. 
Glicksman. bibliog diags Math Teach 58; 
327-32 Ap ^65 

Prognosis of success 
Prediction of achievement in college alge- 
bra. R. W. Boyce. Ed & Psychol M 24: 
419-20 Sum '64 

Programmed teaching 
America came to Glasgow: Temac programme 
First year algebra. H. S. Wylie. il Times 
Ed Sup 2582:857 N 13 '64 

Projects 
Motivating students with projects and teach- 
ing aids. P. Wright, il Math Teach 58:47-8 
Ja "65 

Subject matter 
Introducing number theory in high school 
algebra and geometry. I. A. Barnett. Math 
Teach 58:14-23 Ja ^65 

Teaching 

Elementary schools 
Algebraic arithmetic for elementary school. 
D. L. Bradfleld. Arith Teach 12:183-6 Mr 
•65 

High schools 

Introducing number theory in high school 

algebra and geometry. I. A, Barnett. Math 

Teach 58:14-23 Ja '65 
Preparing solidly for algebra, using prime 

numbers. W. A. Leonard. Arith Teach 11: 

418-20 O "64 

Teaching methods 

Research 
Mathematics in the secondary school; ap- 
proaches and techniques in teaching. D. J 
Dessart. R Ed Res 34:300-1 Je '64 
ALGEBRA, Boolean 

Boolean switchboard. G. W. Horton. il Math 
Teach 58:211-20 Mr '65 
ALGERIA 

See also 
Education — Algeria 
ALGORISM. See Algorithms 
ALGORITHMS 
Algorithms for operations with whole num- 
bers, diags Nat Council Teach Math Yrbk 
29:133-66 '64 
Spinning out the square root of an integer. 
N. A. Draim. Math Teach 57:542-5 D '64 
Structure and the algorisms of arithmetic. 
W. C. Lowry. Arith Teach 12:146-50 F '65 
Ultimate form of the subtraction algorism. 
P. R. Neureiter. Arith Teach 12:277-81 Ap 
'65 
ALIBIS. See Excuses 

ALICE Lloyd college, Pippa Passes, Kentucky 
Self-help in Appalachia; Alice Lloyd college 
wages its own war on poverty. Q. J. 
Bogart. il Jun Col J 35:8-10 Ap '65 
ALIENATION (psychology) See Pate and fata- 
lism 
ALIENATION, Social. See Social isolation 
ALIGNMENT. See Alinement 
ALINEMENT 

Check-reading accuracy as a function of 
pointer alignment, patterning, and viewing 
angle. S. G. Dashevsky. bibliog 11 J Ap 
Psychol 48:344-7 D '64 
ALIQUIPPA, Pennsylvania 

Hopewell high school 
Hopewell high school. J. P. Milanovich and 
J. P. Bon tempo, il plan Am Sch Bd J 149: 
31-4 S '64 
ALKALI metal halides 
X-ray crystallography experiment; powder 
patterns for alkali halides. F. P. Boer and 
T. H. Jordan, il J Chem Ed 42:76-81 F '65 
ALL-day schools. See Church schools 
ALL-unlon society for the dissemination of 
political and scientific knowledge. See As- 
sociations, Educational — Russia 
ALL year schools. See School year — Length 
ALLEGIANCE 
See also 
Teachers — Oaths of allegiance, etc. 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



25 



ALLEGORY 

Bernard Malamud: the scope of caricature. 
S. Bluefarb. Engl J 53:319-264- My '64 

John Hersey on the educational malaise; re- 
view of novel The child buyer. A. W. 
Vogel. Liberal Ed 50:501-12 D '64 

Lord of the flies: fool's gold? R. C. Town- 
send. J Gen Ed 16:153-60 Jl '64 

Three-stranded allegory of Moby-Dick. A. 
Austin. Col Engl 26:344-9 F '65 

Trainer; an allegory. P. Kaplan. N Y State 
Ed 52:11 Mr '65 

Who is the bound man? towards an inter- 
pretation of Use Aichinger's Der gefesaelte. 
C. B. Bedwell. German Q 38:30-7 Ja "65 
See alio 

Fables 
ALLEN. Betty 

Two-part invention. B. Allen, il pors Mus J 
23:S6-7 F '65 
ALLENTOWN, Pennsylvania 

Central Junior high school 
We're fighting dropouts this way. M. P. 
Soltys. Pa Sch J 113:268-9 F '65 
ALLERGY 
Allergic paracusis: new allergic syndrome. V. 
L. Sz-inton and W. C Szanton. bibllog 
Volta U 66:248-52 My '64 
ALLIANCE for progress 
Aid to libraries in Latin America. M. D. 
Shepard. II Wilson Lib Bui 39:778-82 My 
'65 
Operation ninoa. G. Kroloflf. il Sch Life 46 : 

9-11 Je '64 
Operation ni«o« feeds needy Latin children. 
O. Kroloff. il Pa Sch J 112:416-17 My '64 
ALLIED youth 
Montana's only active Allied youth organiza- 
tion: Wolf Point high school. 11 Mont Ed 
41:23-31 V '65 
ALLIGATORS 
Toothy the alligator; factual story. M. Petti- 
John. In.Mlr 71:46-7 S '64 
ALLOCATION of places. See Student selection 

—Groat IJrltaln 
ALLOCATION of school funds. See School 

flimn<"r' 
ALLPORT-Vernon-Llndzey study of values. See 

Studv of values test 
ALLUSIONS 
Allii.sion.i in The secret life of Walter MItty. 

J. i:ili.s. Engl J 54:310-13 An '65 
Note the Ilterarv allusions: Charlotte Bronte's 
Jane Evre. Brother Clement David. Enjfl 
J 54:59-60 Ja '65 
ALMYDA. Joseph C. 
Art at'iTcolailon: American craftsmen, il 
Arts K- y\ctlvlfle.s fi6:.'?4-5 O •«4 
ALONSO. D^maso 
Symbols In the poetry of P:\maso Alonso. 
1921-1944. A. P. Dchickl. Hlspanla 47:722- 
32 D '64 
ALPHABET 
Sop also 
Engli.ih language — Alphabet 
l^cnoring 
ALPHABETIC shorthand. See Spcedwritlnsr 
ALTITUDE, Influence of 

JOffoct of altliuilo on athletic performance. 
J. Ccrvaiito.M and I'. V. Karpovlch. Am 
A.-snn H.alih Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 Pt2: 
(ir.-s (> '64 

ALTON, Illinois 

High school 
Alton, III: industry provides seed money for 
science course. C. M. Forbes. Sch Mgt 8: 
82+ My '64 
ALUMINUM 
Fliiorosoent Indicator for a confirmatory test 
for the aluminum Ion. I). T. liawortn and 
other.s. diag J Chem Ed 41:436-7 Ag '64 
Temiierature Indicators for annealing alumi- 
num. K. J. Slaughter, dl&g Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 53:28 D '64 

Protection 
Aluminum anodizing unit for demonstration 
and limited application In the metal shop. 
R. N. Wahl.strom. 11 dlags Ind Arts «& Voc 
Ed 53:38-40 My '64 
Anodizing In the school metals laboratory. 
J. L. Mlltenberger and J. K. Beach, il 
J Ind Arts Ed 24:34-5 S '64 
ALUMNI. See Colleges and universities — 

Ahininl; Qraduate.s 
ALUMNI education 

Unlver.ilty's re.sponslhlUty for alumni educa- 
tion. L. Looby. Adult Lead 13:47 Je '64 
ALVAREZ, Alejandro Rodriguez. See Rod- 
riguez Alvarez, A. 
AMATEUR radio operators. See Radio opera- 
tors. Amateur 



AMATEUR radio programs. See Radio broad- 
casting — Student programs 
AMATEUR theater. See Theater, Amateur 
AMATEURISM in sports. See Professionalism 

in sport.«; 
AMBIDEXTERITY. See Left- and right- 
handedness 
AMBIGUITY 
Confusion In arrangement. D. O. Olson, bib- 

liog Speech Teach 13:216-19 S '64 
Individuality and common purpose: the phi- 
losophy of science. R. S. Cohen, il Scl 
Teach 31:27-33 My '64 
Learning factors in the responses of the re- 
tardea to ambiguous stimuli. R. L. Sprague 
and others, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 
68:722-33 My '64 
Verbal style and personality: authoritarian- 
ism. Q. Honigfeld and others. J Comm 14: 
215-18 D '64 
AMBIGUITY In literature 
Walter Van Tilburg Clark's ambiguous 
American dream. L. L. Lee. Col Engl 26: 
382-7 F '65 
AMBIGUOUS pictures. See Figure background 

relation 
AMELIA, Ohio 

West Clermont school district 
Closed-circuit TV for in-service training. 
F. C. Mayer, il Am Sch Bd J 148:39 My '64 
AMENDMENTS. Constitutional. See United 

States — Constitution — Amendments 
AMERICA 

See also 
North America 
AMERICAN art. See Art. American 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education and recreation 

Board <<' ' -s. r.iG4-65. J Health Phys 

Ed It 1 '64 

Brlngiiu md job together. D. Field. 

II I 3 Ed Rec 36:33 F "65 

Co: 5. J Health Phys Ed Rec 



Di 

i; 
Di\ 

1 

DiN 

1 
E.v 

i: 

Fir 

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!■; 



964-65. J Health Phys Ed 

•n omcers. 1964-65. J Health 
"^l-fi o -64 

'. i-cts. il J Health 

I 

'. C. A. Troester, 
: 35:38-41-4- Je '64 
■ : sports blbliog- 
Fr>'mlr. J Health 

ICY and III'EU. J llealQi Phys Ed Rec 36: 

71-2 Ja '65 
National dln^ctors for atiiditit s- r\ ic»\>^. 1964- 

f,.'i. J II>nlth PhvH Ed K. .M 

1965 presidents of state is; por- 

traits. J Health Phys El -9 N '64 

1964 AAHPIIK ' Aiimprs. it 

J Health Phy.x .S 64 

19fi4-6."> ro.-^ter or ommlttees. J 

Health I'h- ■ ' . .- i • O '64 

President's ■ s on goals. J Health 

Phvs Ed P 64 

Publication.'! ■; : membership directors. 

1964-65. J Iltalih I'hys Ed Rec 35:53-4 O 

•64 
Recofrnition program of the AAHPER. il J 

Health Phys Ed Rec 36:26-7 Ja "65 
State association presidents. 1964-65. J 

Health Phy.'' Kd Rec 35:51 O '64 
State dlrector.s of liealth. phy.ilcal education. 

and recnatlon. 1064-65. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 35:.-)6 O '64 
Task force for upgrading professional stand- 
ards. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:55-6 N '64 
This Is the year; .statement of president. C. 

L. .fVllen. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:38-40 

We participated. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36: 
12-f- Ap '65 

Your board at work: a report to the profes- 
sion. C. L. Allen, il J Health Phys Ed Rec 
36:30-1 Mr '65 
See also 

Joint committee of the American medical 
association and the American a.«'sociatlon 
for health, physical education, and recrea- 
tion 

National conference on leadership for leisure 

Meetings, 1964 

New dimensions for progress; convention rec- 
ord. 11 J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:10-47 Je 
'64 

Meetings, 1965 

AAHPER's 80th annlver.«ary convention. Dal- 
las, March 19-23. 1965. il J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 35:23-1- N '64 

Program, 1965 AAHPER convention. Dallas. 
March 19-23. 1965. II J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:36-43+ Ja '65 



26 



EDUCATION INDEX 



AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education and recreation — Continued 

Athletic division 
Our coaching profession. C. H. Moser. 
Athletic J 45:344- F '65 

Committee on interpretation of the 
significance of health, physical 
education, and recreation in 
the American culture 
Significance of the profession In American 
culture: statement. J Health Phys Ed Rec 
35:37-42 N '64 

Committee to develop evaluative 
criteria for association structures 
Evaluative criteria for association struc- 
tures; report. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36: 
10+ P '65 

Division for girls and womens 
sports 
DGWS cooperates with national sports or- 
ganizations. E. Crawford. J Health Phys 
Ed Rec 36:25+ Ja '65 

Division of health education 
Smoking: the school's responsibility. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 35:10 N '64 

Research commission 

National institute on research design and 
techniques in school and college health 
education 

Division of recreation 

News from the recreation division; Commis- 
sion on goals for American recreation. H. 
G. Danford. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:85-6 
My '64 .... 

National section on dance 

Cultural explosion and its implications for 
dance. G. Lippincott. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:83-5 Ja '65 , . ^ , 

Open letter from the chairman of the Na- 
tional section on dance. M. P. Dougherty. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:75-7 S '64 

Professional preparation panel 

Professional preparation. See issues of Jour- 
nal of health, physical education, recrea- 
tion , , 

Why graduate study? statement prepared by 
Professional preparation panel. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 35:69-70 O '64 

Recognition awards committee 
New Recognition awards committee. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 35:10+ S '64 

Research council 

Research abstracts committee 
Research abstracts. See issues of American 
association for health, physical education, 
and recreation. Research quarterly 

AMERICAN association for health, physical 

education, and recreation (Central district) 

Central district, AAHPER convention, St 

Louis, April 1-3, 1965. il J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 36:44-5+ F '65 

AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Eastern dis- 
trict) 
Eastern district, AAHPER convention, New 
York city, April 9-12, 1965. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 36:46-9 P '65 

AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Midwest dis- 
trict) 
Midwest district, AAHPER convention. In- 
dianapolis, April 2-5, 1965. il J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 36:42-3+ P '65 

AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Northwest dis- 
trict) 
Northwest district, AAHPER convention, 
Portland, Ore, Peb. 26-March 1: program, 
il J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:8+ Ja '65 

AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Southwest dis- 
trict) 
Southwest district. AAHPER convention, Salt 
Lake City, April 22-24, 1965; program, il J 
Health Phys Ed Rec 36:10+ Mr '65 

AMERICAN association for the advancement of 
science 

Commission on science education 
Critical role of junior high school science. 
J. R. Mayor. J Sec Ed 39:201-4 My '64 



AMERICAN association of colleges for teacher 
education 

Seventeenth yearbook, annual meeting, Chi- 
cago, 1964; Freedom with responsibility in 
teacher education. (V 17) 217p bibliog pa 
$3.50 '64 The assn. 

Teacher education: a shared respon.sibility. 
W. C. Lovinger. Am Assn Col Teach Ed 
Yrbk 17:1-6 '64 
AMERICAN association of collegiate registrars 
and admissions officers 

Editorial comment. S. A. Nock. Col & Unlv 
40:84-6 Pall '64 
AMERICAN association of geographers 
See also 

High school geography project 
AMERICAN association of Junior colleges 

AAJC approach; staff planning. E. J. Gleazer, 
jr. Jun Col J 35:8+ D '64 ^ _ ^ 

AAJC approach; the work ahead of us. E. J. 
Gleazer. .ir. Jun Co1 J 35:4 Ar '65^^ 

AAJC story, il Jun Col J 35:1-2 S '64 

American junior college association. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 36:47 Ap '65 _ , „. . ^ .,.. 

New board members, il Jun Col J 35:1 O 64 

Staff for special projects, il Jun Col J 35:1 
Mr '65 ^ , „ 

We are discovered! D. E. Deyo. Jun Col J 
34:5-7 My '64 

iMeetings, 1965 

AAJC convention timetable, March 1-4, Dal- 
las. Jun Col J 35:36-7 P "65 

Emphasis: the faculty, il Jun Col J 35:2-3 Ap 
'65 

Commission on administration 

Commission commitments; Commission on 
administration. C. G. Erickson. Jun Col J 
35:36 Ap '65 . „ ^ ^ . , 

Commission on admmistration. C. G. Erick- 
son. Jun Col J 35:23 N '64 

Commission on curriculum 
Commission commitments. W. G. Dwyer. Jun 
Col J 35:38 O '64 

Commission on Instruction 
Commission on instruction. R. T. Novak. 
Jun Col J 35:36 Mr '65 

Commission on legislation 
Commission on legislation. I. K. Beckes. Jun 

Col J 35:36 S '64 „, ^ ^^ 

Legislation commission. W. G. Shannon. Jun 

Col J 35:31 D "64 

Commission on student personnel 

Student personnel commission. J. W. For- 
dyce. Jun Col J 35:32 F '65 
AMERICAN association of school adminis- 
trators 

A.A.S.A. could stand some improvements; 
school administrators opinion. Nations Sch 
75:57+ P '65 

AASA looks ahead to its second 100 years, il 
Am Sch & Univ 37:29-30+ F '65 

AASA presidents from Virginia; portraits. 
Va J Ed 58:28 S '64 

Administrators' centenary; live church-state 
issue. Times Ed Sup 2596:511 F 19 '65 

Annual report of the executive secretary. 
P. E. Conner. Am Assn Sch Adm Official 
Report 1964:161-77 

Boss wears many hats; the story behind the 
title superintendent, il Tex Outl 49:24-5+ 
Ja '65 

Ferment in school administration. H. A. 
Moore, jr. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2; 
11-32 '64 

It's time to reappraise A.A.'S.A. A. H. Rice. 
Nations Sch 75:47-52 P '65 

Knowing the NEA; American association of 
school administrators. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:61 P '65 

Let's look at the A.A.S.A.-N.E.A. relation- 
ship. P. J. Misner Nations Sch 75:49 P '65 

News and trends in adult education; Impact. 
M. Gill. Ed Lead 22:279+ Ja '65 

Overview, special feature on conservation; 
adapted from Conservation, in the people's 
hands, il NEA J 53:33-6+ D '64 

Past is prologue; AASA centennial. A. Tol- 
son. Ariz Teach 53:17 N '64 

Religion in the public schools; excerpts from 
report. Sch Mgt 8:103-4+ O '64 

We need a thorough A.A.S.A. appraisal. 
H. C. Hunt. Nations Sch 75:52-3 P '65 

Your AASA in 1963-64; official report, includ- 
ing a record of the centennial convention 
and work conference on The past is pro- 
logue, Atlantic City, Peb. 15-19, 1964. 208p 
pa $3 '64 The assn. 
See also 

Educational policies commission 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



27 



AMERICAN association of school administrators 
— Continued 

Meetings. 1965 

AASA: as mirrored at its centennial conven- 
tion: Atlantic City. Feb. 13-17. 1965. E. 
Exton. il Ajn Sch Bd J 150:19-20-h Ad 
•65 

A.A.S.A. buckles down to bie issues. II Isa- 
tions Sch 75:774- Mr '65 

How to cet the most out of the .fVASA con- 
vention. Am Sch & Univ 37:72 Ja '65 

Record attendance at AASA. Ky Sch J 43: 
38 Mr '65; il Pa Sch J 113:361-2 Ap '65 

Special A-iV.SA report. meetinjr.«. exhibits, res- 
olutions. Am Sch & Univ 37:234- -Mr '65 

Committee for the advancement of 
school administration 

Ferment In school administration. H. A. 
Moore, jr. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt2: 
11-32 '64 
AMERICAN association of school librarians 
A_/\SL, at the White House. AJLA Bui 58:701 
S '64 
AMERICAN association of teachers colleges. 
•See American as.sociatlon of colIeKO.s for 
te.acher education 
AMERICAN association of teachers of French 
Directory of the AATF. French R 37:712-Su7 

My '64 
On being professional. French R 38:82-5. 681 
O "64. Ap '65 

Meetings, 1963 
Minutes of the thirty-sixth annual meetinsr. 
ChicaKO. Dec. 28-30. 1963. French R 37:465- 
76 F '64 

Meetings, 19C4 

Minutes of thp thlrty-.sevcnth annuaJ meet- 
in>r. New York city, Dec. 27-20. 1964. 
French U 3S:5::7-84- F '65 
AMERICAN association of teachers of Ger- 
man 
Member.«!hlp Issue. September 1. 1964. German 
() 37:393-464 S '64 
AMERICAN association of teachers of Spanish 
.ind Portuguese 
Chapter now.s; ed. by J. C. Herman. See 

i.s.HUCH of Ili.Hpania lliroufch May 1964 
Chapter news; ed. by K. Kavalano. See IsaueA 
of Hispania September 1964- 

Meetlnos. 1964 
Forty-sixth annual meeting. Hi.spanla 48:3-17 

Mr '65 
l'ro>;raiii of thf» lOCI annual mff'tlnir. New 
York. Dec. 28-r.O. llisp.uu.i 47:7a7-s D '64 
AMERICAN association of university pro- 
fessors 
AradcmIc freedom and tenure: 1940 state- 
ment nf prlnrlples. A.M'P Bul 50:251-2 S '64 
• -r^. W. P. FIdler. il 



i3. See lx«uefl of 



As.if 

A.\ 
Ceil.' 

AAl t ,..,,,.■,.,■ 
Coniiiuifee.>» of the aK.''oclaf Ion. AAUP Bui CO: 

276-S S '64 
Standards for notice of nonreappolntment. 

AAfl" lUil 50:253 S '64 
See also 
Alexander Melklejohn award 

Meetings, 1964 
Fiftieth annual mectlnp; Pt T-out<<. April 10-11. 

1964. AAUP Bul ,-' 

Reeord of cotmcll i il.<. April 9 

and 12. 1964. AA! OS %A 

Record of council ni-.wnK. <v i.--ii.ri»jton. D.C, 

Octolior 30-31. IKOl. AAUP Bul 61:48-62 

Mr '65 

Meetings, 1065 
Fifty-first annual mcetlnjr: WashlnKfon. D.C, 

April 9-10. AAUP Bul 51:46-7 Mr '65 

Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure 

Academic freedom and tenure: Gonza^a 
university. AAUP Bul 61:8-20 Mr '65 

Academic freedom and tenure: Lincoln col- 
lope. AAUP B»il 50:244-50 S "64 

Academic freedom and tenure: Wnme state 
collcKe (Nebraska) AAUP Bul 50:347-54 D 
'61 

Committee A statement on extramural ut- 
terances. AAITP Bul 51:29 Mr '65 

Developments relatlnjr to cen-'fure bv the 
a.«.'!ooiation. W. P. FIdler. AAUP Bul 51: 
B-7 Mr T.n 

Report of committee A. 1963-1964. D. Fellman. 
AAUP Bul 50:125-35 Je '64 

Committee on colleoe and university 
government 
Faculty participation In the povernment of 
Catholic colleKCs and universities. G. Hin- 
rlchs. AAUP Bul 50:336-42 D '64 



Committee on faculty responsibility 
for the academic freedom 
of students 
Statement on faculty responsibility for the 
academic freedom of students. AAUP Bul 
50:254-7 S '64 

Committee on the economic status 
of the profession 
Economic status of the profession. 1963-64; 
annual report bj' committee Z. W. J. 
Baumol. AAUP Bul 50:136-8 Je '64 
Economic status of the profession. 1963-64: 
report on the self-Krading compensation 
survey. W. J. Baumol and P. Heira. AAUP 
Bul 60:139-84 Je '64 
AMERICAN association on mental deficiency 
Presidential address; Today's plan tomor- 
row's promise. G. L. W'adsworth. bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:4-15 Jl '64 

Meetings, 1965 
Elehty-nlnth annual meetinir. Miami Beach, 
June S-12. 1965; prosram. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 69:6o9-34 Mr "65 
AMERICAN authors. See Authors. American 
AMERICAN bandmasters association 
American bandmasters association Is Justly 
proud to spon.«or the Sou.>;a memorial proj- 
ect. C. E. WhillnjT. Sch Musician 36:70-14- 
Ap '65 
President's state of the ABA message. 
C. E. WhitinK. Sch Musician 36:66-7 Mr^65 
See nl.^o 
Edwin Franko Goldman memorial citation 

Research center 
ABA research center. H. P. Henderson. Sch 
-Mu-olcian 36:43 F '65 
AMERICAN bar association 
Mo<iei "».,•,» f-ouris. R. D. Seltzer. Teach Col 

.1 > '64 

AMEr rd on counseling services 

An. d lauds field observers. Per- 

1 J 42:947 My '64 
^ <dcasting company 

hum Bell award. Volta R 67: 

AMERICAN cancer society. New York 

American cancer society soliool 'Education 

projrriim. W. G. Jame.s. J Sch Health 34: 
^••.6-9 I) '64 

AMERICAN chemical society 
ACS. an Influential label. M. H. Ar\eson. 
J Chem Ed 41:635 D '64 

Committee on International 
activities 
American chemical society and International 
aclivlties. K. L. HacnI.tch. J Chem Ed 
41:.'.90-2 N '64 

Division of chemical education 

Con<1'" • ' ......... M -^ .-.^.:,.. .-Timlna- 

t:. ':r '65 

14M' Aue. 

31 : .. : . Ed 41: 

A.'.TJ-A.'.Tl An Ci 

Report to the tnembershlp. E. C. Fuller. 
J Chem Ed 41:672-3 D '61 
AMERICAN children. See Children— United 

."^'nti-s 
AMERICAN choral foundation. New York 

Amerli-an choral foundation. B. L, Jessup, 
jr. Mu."» J 2.1:14 Mr '65 
AMERICAN classical league 

Clas.'<lcai Investik'atlon forty years after. 
W. L. Carr. Class J 60: i.", 1-4 .la '65 

Focus on the future; 17th I,ntln Institute. 
K. Grles. Sch * Soc 92:291 O 17 '64 
AMERICAN colleoe testing program 

Empirical evaluation of the American collepe 
te.'Jtlnjf prorram. F. G. Brown and L. 
Wolin.«». Personnel & Guld J 43:451-6 Ja 
' 6.". 

National admissions te.'»tlnjr programs: their 
value to colleges, their Impact on secondary 
school.i; panel discussion. T. E. Kellogg 
and others. Col & I'niv 39:488-514 Sum '64 
AMERICAN college testing program examina- 
tion 

Correlation between the ACT .•icores and the 
grade point averages of fre.shmen at Jack- 
son .state college. D. Funches. Col & Univ 
40:324-6 Spr '65 

Empirical evaluation of the American college 

testing program. F. G. Brown and L. 

Wollns. Per.«!onncI & Guld J 43:451-6 Ja '65 

AMERICAN colleges. See Colleges and unl- 

ver.siiios 
AMERICAN council for elementary school In- 
dustrial arts 

Councils and the AIAA. H. A. Loata. 11 J 
Ind Arts Ed 24:17-18 N '64 



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AiMERICAN council of industrial arts state 

association officers , . , ^ . , . „4.„+„ 

American council of industrial arts state 

association officers. J Ind Arts Ed 24.20 

N '64 

AMERICAN council of industrial arts super- 

Co^incifs and the AIAA. J Ind Arts Ed 24:22 
N '64 
AMERICAN council on education 

Commission on academic affairs 
Study of motion pictures in colleges and uni- 
versities. D. C. Stewart. Ed Bee 46:33-67 
Wint '65 
AMERICAN council on education psychological 
examination for college t^^^^'^®"„i,^i,.<r,-..pi 
American council on education psychological 
examination scores as predictors of suc- 
cess in academic college courses. W. E. 
Kunhart and E. V. Olson. J Ed Res 57. 

AMERICAN council on industrial arts teacher 

Approaches and procedures in industrial arts; 

fourteenth yearbook; ed. by G. S. Wall. 

143p bibliog il diags '65 McKnight 
Councils and the AIAA. R. C. Bohn. J Ind 

Arts Ed 24:19-22 N '64 
AMERICAN cultural center, Shizuoka, Japan. 

See United States— Cultural relations 

"^A^ others sel"il; teachers in American the- 
atrical presentations. P. J. Crow, il Tex 
Outl 48:10-11 Jl '64 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See American literature— Appreciation 
and interpretation 
AMERICAN education (periodical) 

From the editor. Am Ed l:inside cover D 64 
AMERICAN education avyard „„„„/i 

Presentation of American education award 
to Finis E. Engleman. J C. Dexter. Ana 
Assn Sch Adm Official Report 1964:155-6 
AMERICAN education weel< ^. ,. . 

AEW: November 8-14;. education pays divi- 
dends. J. Buzzelli. Minn J Ed 45:26:7 S '64 
American education week; it? significance 
J. R. Ellis, il Sch & Com 51:36-'7-l- O 64 
American education week, November 8-14, 

1964. Ky Sch J 43:24-5 S '64 

American education week, November 8-14. 

1964; theme: Education pays dividends, il 

Ky Sch J 43:14-15 O '64 

American education week, November »-l4. 

1964; theme: Education pays dividends, u 

Pa Sch J 113:103 N '64 -^^^^^ ,-i 

American education week pays dividends. U 

NBA J 53:64 S '64 .„... 

Education pays dividends. Mich Ed J 42.11 

Education week. 11 Ohio Sch 42:30-1 N '64 
AMERICAN educational research association 

Educational and psychological testing; re- 
views the literature for the^,three-year 
period since February 1962. bibliog R Ed 
Res 35:1-101 F '65 . ^ . • ^ ^. a 

Educational organization, administration, and 
finance; reviews, the literature for the 
three-year period since October 1961. bib- 
liog R Ed Res 34:395-494 O '64 

Educational programs: early and middle 
childhood; reviews the literature ^^^v^vl^S 
flve-year period since April 1959. bibliog 
R Ed Res 35:103-64 Ap '65 , 

Growth, development, and learning; reviews 
the literature for ^ the ^three-year ^Period 
since December 1961. bibliog R Ed Res 34: 

Natural sciences and mathematics; reviews 
the literature for the three-year period 
since June 1961. bibliog R Ed Res 34:259- 
393 Je '64 . ^. 

AMERICAN educational theatre association 

AETA and the teaching of drama and thea- 
ter. N. Philbrick. Engl J 53:654-7 D '64 

1964-1965 directory; ed.^ by R. I. Schneide- 
man. Ed Theatre J Sup 16:1-113 D 64 

Status of drama in California high scliools. 
W. D. Sievers. Ed Theatre J 16:205-11 O '64 
AMERICAN educators in Argentina 

Argentine media conference; a music edu- 
cator represents the USA. D. J. Shetler. 
Av Instr 9:332-4 Je '64 
AMERICAN educators in Germany 

Miss Miller tours West Germany, il Mont 
Ed 41:35 S '64 
AMERICAN educators in Great Britain 

British AV conference; a U.S. media spe- 
cialist finds inspiration. C. B. Snow, 11 
Av Instr 9:330-2 Je '64 
AMERICAN educators in Puerto Rico 

Elementary school principals visit Puerto 
Rico. J. Strell. H Points 47:69-71 F '65 



AMERICAN educators in Russia 

Opening door of Soviet philosophy. S. M. 

Bames. Ed Theory 15:105-11-1- Ap '65 
Some impressions of Soviet education. B. 
Alvey, jr. Va J Ed 58:26-8 F '65 
AMERICAN educators in Tunisia 
When you visit a Tunisian farmer. H. Boss, 
il Ag Ed Mag 37:284-5 My '65 
AMERICAN essay 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See American literature — ^Appreciation 
and Interpretation 
AMERICAN federation of film societies 
Study of motion pictures In colleges and 
universities; film societies. D. C. Stewart. 
Bd Rec 46:50-2 Wint '65 
AMERICAN federation of labor and Congress 
of industrial organizations 
Alliance of AFT and AFL-CIO. T. M. Stin- 
nett, il Mich Ed J 42:6-10 Ap '65 
Assault on professional independence. W. G. 

Carr. Phi Delta Kappan 46:17-18 S '64 
Unheard voice of labor. W. K. Dunton. tach 

Shop 24:2 Mr '65 
Why teachers need the AFL-CIO. D. Selden. 
Am Teach Mag 49:9-10 Ap '65 

Committee on political education 
COPE'S program. A. E. Barkan. Am Teach 

Mag 49:11 Ap '65 
AMERICAN federation of musicians 

Culture on TV: AFM and NET. H. Kenin. 

Mus J 22:22 N '64 
AMERICAN federation of teachers 
AFT reply; which organization gets results? 

C. Megel. Phi Delta Kappan 46:19-21 S '64 
Alliance of AFT and AFD-CIO. T. M. Stin- 
nett, il Mich Bd J 42:6-10 Ap '65 
Board- staff negotiations. J. P. Steffensen. 

Sch Life 47:6-8 O '64 
Bulldozers, building crews take over at Boca 

Raton, il Am Teach Mag 49:3 Ap '65 
Federal aid to education, the changing pic- 
ture. C. Cogen. Am Teach Mag 49:3 F '65 
Local 1460; United federation of college 

teachers. G. Wagner. Univ Q 19:78-80 D '64 
More militant profession. A. M. Bloom. Am 

Sch & Univ 37:17 O '64 
N.E.A. and teacher unions bicker and battle 

for recognition. J. Betchkal. maps Nations 

Sch 74:35-41+ Ag '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 

30:12-15 N '64 
President's page. C. Cogen. See issues of 

American teacher magazine October 1964- 
Seven regional leadership conferences 

planned, il Am Teach Mag 49:16 Ap '65 
Teacher conscription, basis of association 

membership? C. J. Megel. Teach Col Rec 

66:7-17 O '64; Reply. M. L. Steet. 66:203-18 

D '64 
Teacher organizations: an analysis of the Is- 
sues. M. H. Moskow. Teach Col Rec 66:453- 

63 F '65 
Teacher union promises more militant drive. 

Am Sch & Univ 37:21 O '64 
Teachers vs. school boards. W. C. Bruce. 

Am Sch Bd J 149:29 N '64 
We have learned strategic lessons. F. K. 

Dashiell. Mich Ed J 42:12-14 Ap '65 
Who joins which teachers' group? W. T. 

Lowe. Teach Col Rec 66:614-19 Ap '65 
Who's ahead, and why; the NBA-AFT 

rivalry. S. Elam. Phi Delta Kappan 46: 

12-15 S '64 
Why teachers need the AFL-CIO. D. Selden. 

Am Teach Mag 49:9-10 Ap '65 
AMERICAN fiction 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See American literature — Appreciation 

and interpretation 

Bibliography 
Paperbacks preferred; aspects of the Amer- 
ican character in fiction, contemporary and 
historical. D. M. Perks. H Points 46:68-9 
My '64 

History and criticism 
See American literature — History and 
criticism 

Teaching 
See American literature — Teaching 

Technique 

See American literature — Technique 

AMERICAN folk music. See Folk music, 

American 
AMERICAN folk songs. See Folk son^s, Aineri« 
can 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



29 



AMERICAN foundation for overseas blind, in- 
corporated 
Education of the blind in a developing na- 
tion: the Philippine program, il. I. Crocker. 
Excep Child 31:412-16 Ap '65 
AMERICAN foundation for the blind 

Study of blind readers. E. Josephson. ALA 
EJul 58:543-7 Je '61 
AMERICAN geological Institute, Washington, 
D.C. 
What on earth! AGI-EBF join forces to 
bring earth sciences to elementary grades. 
J. S. Shelton and R. G. Yoimg. il Ed 
Screen Av G 44:20-2 Ja '65 
See also 
Earth science curriculum project 
AMERICAN hearing society ^ ,„ ., , , 

American hearing society. C. Walker. \ olta 
li 66:76D-71 D '64 
AMERICAN history. See United States— His- 
tory 
AMERICAN home economics association 
.(VHKA workshop to draw poverty experts. 

J Home Econ 57:112 F 05 
Labeling textiles and textile products. M. C. 

Whitlock. J Home Econ 57:121-2 F "65 
1963-64 report of activities. J Home Econ 56: 

4S1-527 S '64 ^ . , „ 

1964-65 AHEA fellowship awards. 11 J Home 

Econ 56:47^-81 S '64 
Ofllcers and committees, lDG4-6o. J Home 

Econ 56:546-53 S '64 
Plans for action for subject-matter sections 
and professional sections. J Home Econ 56: 
530-5 S '64 

Meetings, 19G4 

AHEA on wheels. M. J. Johannes. J Home 

Econ 56:415-16 Je '64 
Convention headliners. il Prac Forecast 9:11 

My '64 
Headlines from the 55th annual meeting. A. 

De Vivo, il J Home Econ 56:472-8 S '64 
Leader.shlp challenge In the .spotlight; 5r>th 

annual AHFJA meeting In Detroit. II Prac 

Forera.st 10:41-54- .S '64 
Preliminary program; 55th annual meeting. 

J Home Econ 56:365-1- Je '64 

Meetings, 1965 
AHEA meeting In .foa.slde setting. Prar v--- 

cast 10 :P 12 My '65 

Accreditation committee 
Accreditation pruKram pro^rna.'*. U. C. Hall. 

J Home Econ 57:11.1 V '*'■'< 
Accrod lint Ion: .second progress report, M. J. 

Horn J Home Kron r,t;;r.r,9-62 >f *«„ . 
Why have a core program? H. Fleck. 

J Home Econ 67:237 Mr "65 

College chapters section 
Leadership challenge to college chapters. J. 
Uucker. 11 J Home Econ 56:482-3 S '64 

Finished foods committee 
Finished foods: a fifth report: pancakes and 

quick breads from mixes. II J Home Econ 

57:117-2(1 F '65 
Finished foods: a fourth report: refrigerated 

biscuits, sweet rolls, ana dinner rolls. 11 

J Homo Econ 56:735-8 D '64 

Home economists in homemaking 
section 
HEIH section assl.st.s .survey toward safer 
home.s. S. Miles. J Homo Econ 57:114-16 F 
'(■', 
AMERICAN home economics association foun- 
dation 
Report on the AHEA foundation. R. C. Hall. 
J Home Econ 56:586-7 O '64 
AMERICAN Indians. See Indians of North 
Aiuoricii 

AMERICAN industrial arts association 

Atllliated associations: partners In progress. 
J Ind Arts Ed 24:34-5 N '64 

Executive board, il J Ind Arts Ed 24:13 N '64 

Hl.story. J Ind Arts Ed 24:36-9 N '64 

Indu.strlal art.s and the National education 
as.sociation. L. G. Derthlck. J Ind Arts Ed 
24:15-16 N '64 

Program of tho association. J Ind Arts Ed 
24:11-14 N '64 

State representatives for the association. 
J Ind Art.s Ed 24:30-2 N '64 

Work of the coniniitfees In the association. 
J Ind Arts Ed 24:23-7 N "64 
^'ee alst) 

American council for elementary school in- 
dustrial arts 

American council of industrial arts state 
as.sociation olllcers 

American council of Industrial arts super- 
visors 

American council on industrial arts teacher 
education 



Meetings, 1964 

AJAA convention accepts AVA offer to help 
bid for federal funds. Sch Shop 23:34-}- My 
'64 

Preview of the Washington convention; New 
directions for industrial arts. J. A. bchad. 
il J Ind Arts Ed 23:5S-9 Ja '64 

26th annual convention. New directions for 
industrial arts, March 30-Aprll 3, Washing- 
ton. D.C. il J Ind Arts Ed 23:7-45 Mr '64 

Meetings, 1965 
It's AIAA convention time in Tulsa, April 
12-15: prograjn. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54: 
58-94- Ad '65 
AMERICAN institute for research 
See also 
Pro^'^ot talent 
AMERICAN institute of biological sciences 
See also 
Biological sciences curriculum study 
AMERICAN instructors of the deaf 

American instructors of the deaf, October 
1, 1964; comp. by E. E. Benson. Am Ann 
Deaf 110:2-103. 166 Ja '65 
Convention. Flint. Mich. June 21-25. 1965: 
prograjn. Am Ann Deaf 110:352-67 Mr "65 
AMERICAN Iron and steel institute 
Help for the teacher; the program and 
serv'ices of the American Iron and steel 
Institute. J Ind Arts Ed 24:234- Ja "65 
AMERICAN language. See English langua£:e 

In the I'nited salutes 
AMERICAN legion 
American legion's contribution to eye health 
and safety. R. Shake. Sight-Savins R 34: 
155-6 Fall '64 
Gr.ftiiii.'.«. D. F. Foley. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1"J tn-2 '64 
AMERICAN libraries abroad. See Information 

libraries 
AMERICAN library association 
ALA at I'ncetn in terria. E. Casta^na. ALA 

Bui 59:273 Ap '65 
AL.V i'r^'aiii7..iti.)ii and infommtion, 1964-65. 

.M -^4- N T.l 

Ajii. r.5 ALA awards, citations, 

a ALA Bui 5S:S45-8 N '64 

•\\ and censorship; Library 
L. McNeal. Teach Col liec 

Liiiiuii.,- iui n:. iUTluent society with frayed 
edges. E. Casiagna. ALA Bui 58:635-8 Jl '64 

Memo to mcmber.s; stjitement on renulre- 
ments of chapter status In ALiX.. E. 
Ca.stagna. ALA Bui 58:670-1 S "64 

New ALA staff members. II ALA Bui 59:141- 
2 F "65 

New benefits under ALA group Insurance. R. 
N. Foulk. ALvV Bui r.9:110-ll F '65 

News from the divi.slons. See issues of ALA 
bulletin 

19C4 ALA awards winners. 11 ALA Bui 68: 
72^-S S '64 

People and places of the Milam era: remi- 
niscences of AI>A headiiuarters. E. O. Fon- 
taine. 11 ALA Uul 5S:3(i3-71 My '64 

PresUlent's report to council. F. II. Wagman. 
ALA Bui 5S:627-9 Jl '64 

Sermon on an obligation. R. Q. Vosper. ALA 
Bui 58:767 O '64 
See also 

American association of school librarians 

Meetings. 1964 
ALA conference: news and events. Wilson 

Lib Bui 39:24-5 S *64 
ALA report: St Louis. June 28-JuIy 4. K. 

Molz II Wilson Lib Bui 3;>:R7-70 S "64 
Bulletin board: ALA St Louis conference; 

programs of direct Interest to libraries In 

academic Institutions. ALA Bui 58:336 My 

'64 
Highlights of the St Louis conference; with 

reports bv division and conunittee heads. 

11 ALA Cul 58:607-32 Jl '64 
Tentative program of the 83d annual ALA 

conference; St Louis. June 28-July 4. 1964. 

ALA Bui 58:387-402 My '64 

Meetings, 1965 

ALA midwinter conference report.s. K. Molz; 
F. Freedman. II Wilson Lib Bui 39:527-}- 
Mr '65 

AIjA midwinter meeting 1965: tentative pro- 
gram. ALA Bui 59:13 Ja '6") 

Detroit conference program planning. ALA 
Bui 59:214-18 Mr '65 

Education and the Nation's libraries: Invita- 
tional conferonco. Warrenton. Va. K. Molz. 
Wi'-on Lib Bui 30:729-30 My '65 

Highlights of the midwinter meeting. 11 AL.\ 
Bul .';9:191-211 Mr '65 

New Detroit: setting of ALA's 1965 annual 
conference. J. P. Cavanagh. II ALA Bul 
59:2S9-92 Ap '65 



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AMERICAN library association — Continued 
Adult services division 
Adult services division. AIjA Bui 59:68 Ja '65 

Notahle books council 
Notable books of 1964; a selected list ALA 
Bui 59:221-2 Mr '65: Same. NBA J 54:604- 
Ap '65; Same cond. AVilson ^Lib^ Bui 39: 
607-8 Ap '65; Ohio Sch 43:44-5 My '65 

Childrens services division 

Book evaluation committee 
Notable children's books for 1963. il PTA 

Mag 58:28-30 Je '64 
Notable children's books of 1964. il ALA 
Bui 59:285-8 Ap '65; Same. Wilson Lib Bui 
39:6114- Ap '65 

Commission on a national plan for 
library education 
Commission on a national plan for library 
education. ALA Bui 58:481 Je '64 

Constitution and bylaws committee 
Report of the committee on constitution and 
bylaws. ALA Bui 58:372-4 My '64 
Intellectual freedom committee 
ALA'S intellectual freedom committee. M. 

Boaz. Wilson Lib Bui 39:651 Ap '65 
Report on the conference on intellectual free- 
dom, January 23-24, 1965. Washington. 
D.C. ALA Bui 59:253-4 Ap '65 

Library administration division 
Local organization for recruitment; pattern 
and framework by OfRce for recruitment. 
A. Geddes. ALA Bui 58:825-6 O '64 

Library technology project 
Book labeling system marketed: Se-Lin; 

product of LTP's first major project. G. T. 

Piez. ALA Bui 58:410-11 My '64 
Data processing equipment in libraries. J. 

Becker, il ALA Bui 58:227-30. 557-60, 714- 

18, 822-4, 1007-10; 59:293-6 Mr. Je. S-O. 

D '64. Ap '65 ^ ^ , . 

LTP book labeling system goes to market, 

Se-Lin. G .T. Piez. il ALA Bui 58:554-6 

Je '64 
New pricing policies. G. T. Piez. ALA Bui 

59:69 Ja '65 

Office for recruitment 
See American library association — Library 
administration division 

Program evaluation and budget 
committee 
Needs of libraries, and what ALA can do to 
help meet them; report. ALA Bui 58:531-8 
Je '64 . ^. 

Public library association 

Standa7-ds committee 
Planning for the long haul toward meeting 
standards; Standards committee. R. P. 
Tubby. ALA Bui 58:4994- Je '64 

Small libraries project 
Evaluating the Small libraries project. G. K. 
Schenk. Wilson Lib Bui 39:346 D '64 

Statistics coordinating project 
International standardization of library sta- 
tistics. F. L. Schick. ALA Bui 58:1011-13 
D '64 , . 

Status report on the Statistics coordinating 
project. J. Williams. ALA Bui 58:551-3 Je 

'6't .. . . 

Young adult services division 

Adult books of 1964 significant for young 
people. NEA J 54:67-9 Mr '65; Same cond. 
Wilson Lib Bui 39:6084- Ap '65 
AMERICAN literature 

New frontiers in American literature. I. 
Hassan. Wilson Lib Bui 39:248-52 N '64 

Appreciation and interpretation 

Afraid and letter-proud; study of The illit- 
erate, by W. Meredith. M. F. Claggett. 
Engl J 53:700-1 D '64 

Allusions in The secret life of Walter Mitty. 
J. Ellis. Engl J 54:310-13 Ap '65 

Analysis and synthesis of Frost's The draft 
horse. P. L. Gw>^^n. Col Engl 26:223-5 D '64: 
Reply with rejoinder. J. Hoetker. 26:485-6 
Mr '65 

Arthur Miller's The crucible. H. Popkin. Col 
Engl 26:139-46 N '64 

Characterization in Rip Van Winkle. M. E. 
Mengeling. Engl J 53:643-6 D '64 

Circular imagery in Thoreau's Week. J. J. 
Boies. Col Engl 26:350-5 F '65 



Door must open; John Updike's The poor- 
house fair. B. R. Ducharme. Engl J 53: 
670-34- D '64 

Doors leap open; Karl Shapiro's Auto wreck. 

A. Coleman. Engl J 53:631-3 N '64 
Doubt and faith of John Updike. N. W. Yates. 

Col Engl 26:469-74 Mr '65 
Gather ye rosebuds. . ? Robert Frost's Carpe 

Diem. K. D. G. Johnson. Engl J 54:136-7 

F '65 
Holden as novelist. E. McNamara. Engl J 54: 

166-70 Mr '65 
Into the poet's shoes; Elinor Wylie's velvet 

shoes. T. J. Wertenbaker, jr. Engl J 53: 

370-2 My '64 
Keen scalpel on racial ills; Cry, the beloved 

country and To kill a mocking-bird. E. 

Bruell. Engl J 53:658-61 D '64 
Little cabin of Uncle Tom. E. S. Oliver. Col 

Engl 26:355-61 F '65 
Mark Twain, the Abraham Lincoln of Amer- 
ican literature. B. Beggs. il Sch & Com 

51:30-l-h N '64 
Music in The professor's house. R. Giannone. 

Col Engl 26:464-9 Mr '65 
One way to use the Bible: the example of 

J. D. Salinger. K. Hamilton. Christian 

Scholar 47:243-51 Fall '64 
Problem of determinism in Frederic's first 

novel. T. H. Towers. Col Engl 26:361-6 

F '65 _ ^ 

Question of freedom in James's fiction. Q. G. 

Kraft. Col Engl 26:372-64- F '65 
Sense in nonsense: Wallace Stevens' The bird 

with the coppery, keen claws. L. H. Leiter. 

Col Engl 26:551-4 Ap '65 
Stephen Crane's The bride comes to Yellow 

Sky. A. M. Tibbetts. Engl J 54:314-16 Ap '65 
Theinatic structure in "The pearl. E. E. 

Karsten, jr. Engl J 54:1-7 Ja '65 
Three-stranded allegory of Moby-Dick. A. 

Austin. Col Engl 26:344-9 F '65 
Tone as an approach to The scarlet letter, 

B. R. Tanner. Engl J 53:528-30 O '64 
Torrents of spring; preflgurations in the early 

Hemingway. R. B. Hovey. Col Engl 26:460- 

4 Mr '65 
Wallace Stevens' Jar: the absurd detritus of 

romantic myth. P. Merivale. Col Engl 26: 

527-32 Ap '65 
Wallace Stevens: Peter Quince at the clavier. 

B. Nassar. Col Engl 26:549-51 Ap '65 
Walter Van Tilburg Clark's ambiguous Amer- 
ican dream. L. L. Lee. Col Engl 26:382-7 
F '65 

William Carlos Williams' Paterson: a map 
and opinion. R. Gustafson. Col Engl 26:532- 
44- Ap '65 

World of Holden; Salinger's Catcher in the 
rye. R. P. Moore. Engl J 54:159-65 Mr '65 

Correlation with other subjects 

American studies experiment. J. F. Watkins 
and others il Mont Ed 41:14-15 Ap '65 

Combining disciplines can add flexibility. 
J. N. Hantvila. Ill Ed 53:111-13 N '64 

Unifying the study of American history and 
literature. T. M. White. Social Studies 56: 
48-51 P '65 

Courses of study 

American literature of the westward move- 
ment. L. Hasley. Col Engl 26:154-6 N '64 

History and criticism 
Howells' mansion and Thoreau's cabin. W. 

Wasserstrom. Col Engl 26:366-72 F '65 
Is poetry an American art? K. Shapiro; reply 
with rejoinder. L. Turco. Col Engl 26:49 
O '64 

Teaching 
Literature and the ESL program. C. T. Scott. 
Mod Lang J 48:489-93 D '64 

Colleges and U7iiversities 
American literature in Europe and Israel. 

C. Angoff. Col Engl 26:388-91 F '65 
American literature of the westward move- 
ment. L. Hasley. Col Engl 26:154-6 N '64 

Hiah schools 
Genuine accumulation; development of a lit- 
erature program for the senior high school. 

B. W. Cottrell and L. S. Josephs. Engl J 
54:91-44- F '65 

Let my people go: a unit on the Negro for 
high school English classes. V. Joki. bibliog 
J Ed 147:96-109 D '64 

Tone as an approach to The scarlet letter. 

B. R. Tanner. Engl J 53:528-30 O '64 

Unit on The red badge of courage. F. Safler. 
H Points 47:41-50 Ja '65 

Exirope 
American literature in Europe and Israel. 

C. Angoff. Col Engl 26:388-91 F '65 



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31 



AMERICAN I i terat u re — Teaching — Contint^d 
Israel 
American literature in Europe and Israel. 
C. Angoff. Col Engl 26:388-91 F '65 

Teaching methods 
Scrim for Poe's screams. J. F. Gonzalez. 
Engl J 53:531-2 O '64 

Technique 
Analysis and synthesis of Frost's The draft 

horse. F. L,. Gwynn. Col EnKl 26:223-5 D 

'Gl: Reply with rejoinder. D. Hoetker. 26: 

48.^-6 Mr '65 
Christ and the Christ figure in American 

fiction. R. Detweiler. Christian Scholar 47: 

111-24 Sum '64 
Ezra Pound and the haiku. R. E. Smith. Col 

Engl 26:522-7 Ap '65 
Stephen Crane's The bride conies to Yellow 

Sky. A. M. Tibbetts. Engl J .'4:314-16 Ap '65 
Thematic rhythm in The red pony. A. L. 

Goldsmith. Col Engl 26:391-4 F '65 
Thematic structure in The pearl. E. E. 

Karsten. jr. Engl J 54:1-7 Ja '65 

Translations into Spanish 
Waldo Frank In Spanish America: between 
journeys. 1924-1929. A. Chapman. Hispania 
47:510-21 S *64 

Units of work 
Unit on The red badge of courage. F. Safler. 
H Points 47:41-50 Ja '65 
AMERICAN lyceum. See Lyceums 
AMERICAN medical association 
See aluo 
Joint committee of the American medical 
association and the American association 
for health, physical education, and rec- 
reation 
Joint committee on health problems in edu- 
cation of the National education association 
and the American medical tussociatlon 
AMERICAN music. See Music, American 
AMERICAN music center. Incorporated, New 
York 
Amorlnan music center comes of age. Mus 
Educators J 51:48 S '64 
AMERICAN personnel and guidance association 
A.s.soclutlon activities; ed. by C. McUanlels. 
See issues of I'ersonnel and guidance jour- 
nal 
Lek'i.«1atlve po.''ltlon. Personnel & Quid J 

4:?:S:{2-4 An '65 
New offlcer.s as.sume duties on May 1; blo- 
graphlcul skctciies. Personnel & Quid J 42: 
941-3 My '64 
19fi 1-196"! directory: ofTlrers and committees 
of AI'G.V and It.s divisions, state mtMubcr- 
ship coordinators, branch ofilcers. I'er.-ion- 
nel & Quid J 43:205-24 O '64 
Srp also 
American board on counseling services 
National vocational guidance association 

Meetings, 1964 
Convention, '64; the place, the people, the 
program. S. B. Frledhelm. Personnel & 
Quid J 42:1051-6 Je '64 

Association for counselor education 

and supervision 
Committee on counselor cdiicntion 
standards in the preyaration 
of secondary school 
counselors 
Standards for counselor education In the 
preparation of socondary .school cotmsclors; 
report. Personnel & Guld J 42:1061-73 Je '64 

Professional preparation and 

standards committee 

Relationship of short-term and specialized 

programs to the APO.V policy statement. 

The counselor: professional preparation and 

role. Per.sonnel & Quid J 43:538-9 Ja '65 

Research awards committee 
Winning studies for 1963-1964 selected. F. Q. 
Brown. Personnel & Guld J 42:949-50 My 
'64 
AMERICAN poetry 

Appreciation and Interpretation 
See American literature — Appreciation 
and interpretation 

History and criticism 
See American literature — History and 
criticism 

Technique 
flee American literature — Technique 



AMERICAN poets. See Poets. American 
AMERICAN psychological association 

\vhat A.A.S.A. can learn from the American 
psychological association; inter\-iew with 
R- .^.Russell. A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 75: 
47-o0 F 6o 

AMERICAN public health association 
See also 
National commission on community health 
services 

AMERICAN school and university (periodical) 
Meet our new adyisor>- board, il Am Sch & 
Ijnlv 3i:12-13 Mr 65 

AMERICAN school band directors association 
American school band directors' association; 
^r, by S. Okun. .=:pp issues of School mu- 
sician February 196:UApriI 1965 
Fmal plans set for twelfth annual conven- 
tion; Oklahoma City. Dec. 27-30. 1964; pro- 
gram. S. Okun. il Sch Musician 36:56-8 D 
64 
Oklahoma City 1964. it's sooner than you 
think S. Okun. il Sch Musician 36:90-1 
Ag 64 

Public relations committee 
ASBDA public relations and Dr James Con- 
ant. S. Okun. 11 Sch Mu.«ician 36:60-1 F '65 
AIVIERICAN school food service association 
Get ready for eggs in a tube and nonsprout 
potatoes, schools told. E. Goodman. Na- 
tions Sch 74:22 S '64 

Meetings, 1964 
ASFSA convention notes R. L. Kennedy. Am 
Sch Bd J 149:35 O 64 
AMERICAN school health association 

Annual reiort of the i>re.«ident. L. V. Felcht- 

ner. J Srii M.-ilrh ;<4 : itO-.M D '64 
Chairmen i • committees. 1965. J Sch 

Health 3' 
Kop. Tt i.f ive secretnrj* September 

r 1. 1964. A. O. DeWeese. 
-2 N '64 
'' t'y the governing coun- 

cil, ...ioimt 1. ii'tij. J Sch Health 34:402-4 

''H;i^ti?^4-29^v9*"r"6r"'"' ''"■"• ^ ^*=»» 

Study cojnmlftee chairmen. 1964-65. J Sch 
Health 35:76-7 F '6.'i 

Meetings, 1964 
Program for the ASH.V annual meeting. New 
York city. October 3-9. 1961. J Sch Health 
34:305-6 S '64 

Committee on professional prep- 
aration In health education 
Report (1964) of the Study committee on pro- 
fe.Hsional preparation. J Sch Health 35:134-8 
Mr 65 
Sixth report. J Sch Health 34:287-90 Je 
'64 

Committee on study committees 
Report of the chairman. 1963-64. J. K Ra,<ih 
and others. J Sch Health 35:75-6 F "65 

Committee on tuberculosis 
Twenty-ninth annual report. New York. May 
25. 1964. J Sch Health 35:104-9 Mr '65 

Research council 
Activities of the work committees. J Sch 
Health 35:47-8 Ja '65 

Commiffee on research needs in 
school health 
Restsarch needs In school health, biblioff J 
Sch Health 35:78-85 F '65 

Study committee on health education 
In the elementary and 
secondary school 
Health Instruction: suggestions for teachers: 
report. J Sch Health Sup 34:1-80 D '64 
AMERICAN schools abroad 

New media and student knowledge of liberal- 
conservative viewpoints. G. Caweltl. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 48:35-42 S '64 
See also 
Military post schools. American 
AMERICAN schools In Latin America 

Mexico's foreign schools. Times Ed Sup 2561: 
1088 Je 19 '64 

AMERICAN society of composers, authors, and 
publishers 

ASCAP goes to college. S. Spaeth. Mus J 
L'2:2S+ Mv '64 

ASCAP looks to '65. S. Adams. Mus J 23:71 
Ja '65 

Story behind the music In your life. Sch Mu- 
sician 36:88 Ja '65 



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AMERICAN speech and hearing association 

American speech and hearing association. 
I M. Ventry. Volta R 66:771-3 D '64 
AMERICAN standards association 
Labeling textiles and textile products. M. C. 
Whitlock. J Home Econ 57:121-2 F '65 
AMERICAN string teachers association 
American string teachers' association; ed. by 
R. C. Marince. See issues of School musi- 

Sumnier workshops. Mus Educators J 50:8 
Je 'G4 

Meetings, 1964 
Rx for strings by Suzuki. Keller Applebaum 
and Pernecky. P. Rolland. Sch Musician 36: 
14-1- Ag '64 
AMERICAN students ^ ^ , ^ . . ^ . 

Comparative study of adolescents' interests 
in biology in the United States and Egypt. 
S I Boulos. Sci Ed 49:185-9 Mr '65 
AMERICAN students In Australia 
Australian visit. S. Black, il Sch Arts 64:31-4 
O '64 . ^ 

AMERICAN students in Europe 
Extended field trips. C. E. Wallace. J Sec 
Ed 40:113-15 Mr '65 ^ . 
AMERICAN students in foreign countries 
International study program of the California 
state colleges. K. Falk and D. F. Falk. 
Sci Ed 48:326-30 0^'64. 
Kalamazoo college's foreign study program. 
Sch & Soc 92:219 Sum '64 
See also 
Student tours . 

AMERICAN students in Italy 
Operation: Rome. G. Gluckman. Class J 00: 
311-12 Ap '65 . „ . 

AMERICAN students in Spam . 

FLES in Spain. L. A. Larew. Hispania 48: 
120-2 Mr '65 
AMERICAN studies . t t^ ^t. ., • 

American studies experiment. J. F. Watkins 

and others, il Mont Ed 41:14-15 Ap '65 
Nathaniel Hawthorne in American studies. 

A Turner. Col Engl 26:138-9 N '64 
Reluctant to teach; American studies in 
Britain. Times Ed 'Sup 2583:928 N 20 '64 
AMERICAN teachers association 
Extending democracy within our profession; 
proposed merger of American teachers as- 
sociation and National education associa- 
tion. J. R. Picott. Am Sch & Univ 36:11 
Je '64 . ,^ . 

AMERICAN teachers in Africa 

NEA teach corps; international cooperation 
under way. E. Bouey-Yates. il Av Instr 9: 
312 .Je '64 ... 

AMERICAN teachers in Asia 
Music education in Asian schools. N. Phil- 
lips, il Mus Educators J 51:164-7 F '65 
AMERICAN teachers in Ethiopia 
Methodology for the mazenko; Peace corps 
volunteer perpetuates musical folklore of 
ancient Ethiopians. C. Overholt. il Mus J 
23:37 My '65 
AMERICAN teachers in Europe 
I remember. . . M. B. Tucker, il NEA J 54: 
46-8-f F '65 
AMERICAN teachers in foreign countries 
Michi^■an contributes to teaching around the 

world. J. Fite. il Mich Ed J 42:11 Ap '65 
Mind of a child. C. Jassa. il Am Sch Bd J 

150:17-18 Mr '65 
Minnesotans in the Peace corps. J. Fite. il 

Minn J Ed 45:12-13 Ap '65 

New developments in international educ.ation 

programs. H. W. Kitts. Ag Ed Mag 37:267-8 

My '65 

So vou think you want a job overseas! J. B. 

Christiansen, il Ag Ed Mag 37:282-3 My '65 

Teaching chemistry in the Peace corps. T. 

Vestal. J Chem Ed 41:581-2 N '64 
We glad plenti you done come. 11 Ohio Sch 
43:24-54- Ap '65 
■See Mso 
National education association — Teach corps 
Teachers, Interchange of 
AMERICAN teachers in France 
Destination: France. D. Richberg. N T Soc 
Exp Study Ed Trbk 1963:77-8 
AMERICAN teachers in Great Britain 

Lessons from English students. R. Beldlng. 

Ed 85:3-13 S '64 
Since my return from England. J. Luria. H 
Points 46:20-2 D '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Indonesia 

Chemical education in Indonesia; problems 
and prosrress in a. contract team approach 
C. R. Keizer. J Chem Ed 41:583-6 N '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Israel 
Experiment in international education. A. I. 
Katsh. Mod Lang J 49:240-2 Ap '65 
AMERICAN teachers in Japan 

Journey to Japan. G. Kraft, il Va J Ed 58:22-3 
Ap '65 



AMERICAN teachers In Latin America 

Give a teacher, get a teacher; a new pro- 
gram designed for United States secondary 
schools. W. W. Wiggins. Nat Assn Sec Sen 
Prin Bui 49:90-101 Mr '65 

Spend a year in Spanish America as a Ful- 
bright lecturer. A. M. Pool. Hispania 47: 
354-7 My '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Nigeria 

Teaching art to the deaf in Nigeria. M. 
Yunghans. il Volta R 66:275-9 My '64 
AMERICAN teachers in Russia 

Impressions of Moscow and Moscovites. M. J. 
Reis. Social Ed 29:149-54 Mr '65 
AMERICAN teachers in Turkey 

Teaching in Turkey: the Maarif Kolej sys- 
tem. A. Sarach. H Points 47:50-3 Mr '65 
AMERICAN teachers in Vietnam 

Vietnamese tragedy. D. E. Luellen. NEA J 
54:18 Ap '65 
AMERICAN technical assistance. See Tech- 
nical assistance, American 
AMERICAN university, Washington, D.C. 
School of international service 

Challenge of international education; five 
years of the School of international serv- 
ice. E. S. Griffith. J Higher Ed 36:32-7 
Ja '65 
AMERICAN vocational association 

AIAA convention accepts AVA offer to help 
bid for federal funds. Sch Shop 23:34-1- 
My '64 

AVA awards: 1964. il Am Voc J 40:50-1 P '65 

AVA committee memberships. Am Voc J 39: 
42-5 S '64 

AVA expands its member services, il Am 
Voc J 39:18+ N '64 

AVA program of work for 1965. Am Voc J 40: 
43-7 F '65 

AVA resolutions adopted by the House of 
delegates, Dec. 10, 1965, Minneapolis. Am 
Voc J 40:39-41 F '65 

EEA-Ship steers a steady course, il Am Voc J 
39:37-9 N '64 

Function of AVA, as seen by past presidents, 
il Am Voc J 39:16-18+ O '64 

How your American vocational association is 
organized. Am Voc J 39:22-3 S '64 

Look ahpad with AVA. il Am Voc J 39:15-26 
S: 16-23 O; 18+ N '64 

New opportunities and responsibilities; report 
to the House of delegates. J. A. Jarvis. il 
Am Voc J 40:37-8 F '65 

Only the strong can remain free. B. R. 
Shoemaker. Am Voc J 39:15-16 S '64 

Program of work for 1964. Am Voc J 39:17-20 
R '64 

Role of state associations and their relation- 
ship to the national; as viewed by state 
association leaders, il Am Voc J 39:19-22 O 
'64 

SHIP honors Californian. il Am Voc J 40:48 F 
•65 

Strength of professional services. M. L. 
Barlow. Am Voc J 39:21 S '64 

What AVA does for you. M. D. Mobley. Am 
Voc J 39:24 N '64 

What you can do for AVA. A. E. Robinson. 
Am Voc J 39:25-6 N '64 
See also 

National center for advanced study and re- 
search in agricultural education, Ohio 

Meetings, 1964 
AVA to meet in Minneapolis, December 7-14. 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:48+ D '64 
58th annual vocational convention, Min- 
neapolis, Dec. 7-11, 1964: program and notes. 

il Am Voc J 39:41-6 O '64 
58th annual vocational convention report, 

Minneapolis. Dec. 7-10, 1964. il Am Voc J 

40:4-55 F '65 
Perkins predicts more school aid; 58th annual 

convention, Minneapolis, Dec. 6-10, 1964. il 

Sch Shop 24:78+ F '65 

Agricultural education division 
Agricultural leadership through the AVA. 

C. C. Scarborough, il Ag Ed Mag 37:31-2 

Ag '64 
Opportunities for agricultural education; 

division session. D. Lund; W. Garcia; W. 

Foss. il Am Voc J 40:21-2 F '65 

Business education division 
Convention roundup: business education. M. 

E. Andrews, il Am Voc J 40:8 F '65 
Occupational mix in business education; 

division session. Am Voc J 40:30 F '65 

Distributive education division 
Convention roundup: distributive education. 
H. B. Samson, il Am Voc J 40:9-11 F '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



33 



AMERICAN vocational association — Continued 
Home economics division 
Convention roundup: home economics educa- 
tion. H. Hopper, il Am Voc J 40:11-12 F "65 
States implement national program of work 
for home economics. M. D. Huff, il Am 
Voc J 39:28-30 S '64 

Industrial arts division 

Convention roundup: industrial arts educa- 
tion. A. J. MacDonald. il Am Voc J 40:12- 
14 F '65 

Some imperatives through Industrial arts; 
division session. D. Msuey. Am Voc J 40: 
25-7 F '65 

Research committee 

Convention roundup: research. C. W. Hill. 
Am Voc J 40:15-16 F "05 

Trade and industrial education division 
Convention roundup: trade and industrial ed- 
ucation, il Am Voc J 40:16-17 F '65 
These are limes for training; division ses- 
sion. L>. Whitlock. 11 Am Voc J 40:23-5 
F '65 

Vocational guidance division 
Convention roundup: vocational guidance. J. 
H. Kerlan. Am Voc J 40:17 F 65 
AMERICANISM 
.See also 
Patriotism 

Teaching 
American heritage and teaching about re- 
ligion. M. A. Inch. Kellg Ed 59:400-4 S '64 
Bu-sic conaideiat lon.s In teaching about Ajner- 
icanism vs. coiiununi.sm. O. T. Jarvls. J 
Sec Ed 39:20h-ll My '64 
Destiny In the classroom. W. M. Lelghton. 

Tex Oull 48:94- Jl '64 
Elements of patriotism. M. Rafferty. Calif Ed 
2:2-4 S '64 
AMERICANISMS 
S''c (lino 
English laiiK'tiaiie In the United States 
AMERICANIZATION 
AniericuMl/-iilon through reading. R. W. 
Cortrik-ht. Ed S4:542-5 My '64 
AMERICANS abroad. See Americans in foreign 

countries 
AMERICANS in Colombia 

Wind Imiul: a cultural c-xport. A. O. Wright. 
II Mus .1 23:1 l-r. Ap '65 
AMERICANS In foreign countries 
American librarians abroad. M. M. Jackson. 

Wilson Lib Hul 39:514- S '64 
Junior Junior Fence corp.s. M. W. Sablove. 
H roint.s 46:71-2 My "64 
AMERICANS In France 

Study of blllnguallsm among children of 
r.S.-Kronrh parents. R. W. M^traux. blb- 
liog French K 3S:650-Cr) Ap '65 
AMERICANS in literature 

Childron'.s books can reflect the American 
.Htyle of llvlnK. V. J. Clanclolo. bibllog El 
Knt;l 41:773-74- N '64 
AMERICANS In Poland 
Cultural exchanKo: an American In Poland. 
P. Krooinan. AIus J 22:55-6 N '64 
AMERICANS in Russia 
Russia revisited. E. List. 11 Mus J 22:20-14- 

N "61 
To Russia with love. A. do Almeida. II Mus 
J 23:36-74- F '65 
AMES. Walter B. 
Tribute to Dr Ames. L. J. C&rleton. por 
Mont Ed 41:3 Ap '65 
AMES. WInthrop 
Wiriihrop Ames: the gentleman as producer- 
director. D. E. MacArthur. Ed Theatre J 
16:349-59 1) '64 
AMHERST college. Massachusetts 
Centers established in 1964: Amherst col- 
lege. V. R. Hal.sey. Social Ed 29:224 Ap '63 
AMINES 
Quinhydrone test for amines. W. F, Meek and 

J. H. Entrlkin. J Chem Ed 41:420 Ag *64 
Test for the subclasses of aliphatic amines. 
J. L. Valentine and others. J Chem Ed 41: 
569 O '64 
AMINO acids 
I'tiper chromatography as a biological tool. 
S. Feldman. bibllog 11 dlags Am Biol Teach 
26:435-44 O '64 
See al3o 
Glutamic add 
Glycine 
AMMONIA 
Continuous process for catalytic oxidation of 
ammonia. M. P. Olmsted, dlag J Chem Ed 
41:A973 D '64 
Effect of liquid NHi on wood; a demonstra- 
tion of the alcohol structure of cellulose. 
P. R. Hlrsch. J Chem Ed 41:605 N *64 



AMOUNT of schooling. See EducationaJ attain- 
ment 
AMPHETAMINE 
More taking pep pills; drugs (prevention of 
miriu.se) bill. Times Ed Sup 2555:1265 Mv 
8 '64 
AMPHIBIA 
iSee also 
Frogs 
Newts 
AMPLIFIERS 
See also 
Light amplifiers 
AMUSEMENTS 
See also 
Games 
Play 
AMY Loveman national award 
Amy Loveman national award for a personal 
library. V. S. Johnson, il El Engl 42:72-4 
Ja '63 
ANAGRAMS 
George Herbert's anagram. L. H. Leiter. Col 
Engl 26:343-4 Ap '65 
ANAHEIM. California 

Union high school district 
Clubs for potential dropouts. L. B. Jones 
Calif Ed 1:9-10 My '64 
ANALOG computers. See Computers 
ANALOGY 

Arbor picta: the medieval tree of preaching. 
p._ A. Dieter. 11 Q J Speech 51:123-44 Ap 
Go 
Pictorial analogies, fictions and elementar>' 
algebra In the treatment of the nature- 
nurture problem. H. WInthrop. Scl Ed 49: 

ANALYSIS (Philosophy) 
Critique of philosophical analysis In educa- 
tion. J. P. Strain. Ed Theory 14:lS6-93-f- 

Jl '64 
De iirincipii.s non di.- i e.^t G E 

Barton, jr. .Sch K .Sum '64 

Existential encounter \ ,ii judgment. 

E. Skorpcn. Ed Theoi j i-i io5-734- Jl '64 
Lin.:ui.stir ui'irouch to probienia of analysis 

mid Intcri. rotation. A. Upton. J Comm 14: 

Il^-2J .t.- -64 
M' v language user's knowledge of 

^ ' -I fonn. R. B. Lees. J Comm 14: 

I'! origins of George Campbell's 

1 of rhetoric, V. M. Bevllacqua. 

II 32:1-12 ^y^ '^5 
ProiMuif (iiiiic-jorli' ' ' M of racial prej- 
udice with an ( 11 concepts of In- 
feriority. S. S Ed Theory 15: 
143-53 Ap '65 
Role of analysis In educational phllosophv. 
H. S. I'.niudy. Ed Thwr>- 11:261-94- () '64 
To tell the truth. R. Jordan. Christian 
Scholar 47:295-314 Wlnl '64 
Sf^e also 
.Romantics (phllo.sophy) 
ANALYSIS. Dimensional. See Dimensional 

;inal\ si.s 
ANALYSIS. Economic. See Economic analvsis 
ANALYSIS. Linguistic. Seo Analysis (phllos- 

oiihv) 
ANALYSIS charts. See Reports and records 
ANALYSIS of content (communication) See 

Content analy.^l.s (communication) 
ANALYSIS of variance 

Mental retardation and norm violation. W. L. 

Kvaraceu.s. J Ed 147:17-24 O '64 
Pilot study to Investigate the constructs of 
nin."?lcnl aptitude. E. L. Rainbow. J Res Mus 
K.l i:<:3-M Spr '65 
Ittl.it Ive Importance of teacher mlsa.<5slgn- 
nient a.s a problem for education. H. E. 
Mltzel and W. Dick. J Teach Ed 16:54-60 
Mr '65 
Some obser\-atlon8 on the effects of class 
size upon pupil achievement In geometrical 
drawing. S. Haskell. J Ed Res 58:27-30 S 
•64 
ANALYTIC chemistry. Seo Chemistry. Ana- 

Ivtic 
ANALYTIC geometry. See Geometry, Analytic 
ANALYTICAL balance. See Balances 
ANATOMICAL models 

.Sectional brain model for individual stu- 
dent u.se. D. N. Nalman. II Scl Teach 31: 
534- Ap '64 
ANATOMY 

See also 
Knee 

Physiology 
Skeleton 

Teaching aids and devices 
Sectional brain model for individual stu- 
dent use. D. N. Nalman. II Scl Teach 31: 
554- An '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ANATOMY of plants. See Botany — ^Anatomy 
ANCIENT art. See Art, Ancient 
ANCIENT education. See Education, Ancient 
ANCIENT history. See History, Ancient 
ANCIENT sculpture. See Sculpture, Ancient 
ANDERSON, Walter A. 

Andy. W. Van Til. Ed Lead 22:257+ Ja '65 
ANDROGENS. See Hormones, Sex 
ANECDOTAL records. See Personnel records 
ANEMOMETER. See Meteorological instru- 
ments 
ANGLE 
Angles, arcs, and Archimedes. C. B. Al- 

lendoerfer. Math Teach 58:82-8 F '65 
Dr Hopkins' proof of the angle bisector 
problem. Sister Mary Constantia. Math 
Teach 57:539-41 D '64 
On the polysector of an angle. H. L. Lee. 

Sch Sci & Math 64:667-73 N '64 
Plane polygons. D. C. Sandling. Arith Teach 

11:569-70 D '64 
Pro.iectiles. D. "VV. Stover, diags Math Teach 
57:317-22 My '64 
ANGLE, Trisection of. See Trisection of angle 
ANIMAL behavior (psychology) 

Effects of early social experience upon be- 
havior and growth in the rat. J. Rosen, 
bibliog Child Develop 35:993-8 S '64 
Strange world of Dr. Beck. L. P. Beck, il 
Av Instr 9:388-9 S "64 
ANIMAL experimentation 
Lens regeneration in the newt, triturtis 
viridescens : a teacher-student research 
project. R. J. Brady, bibliog 11 diags Am 
Biol Teach 27:185-93 Mr '65 
Overcoming the homograft reaction in mice 
by producing an acquired tolerance em- 
bryonically. W. Vinson, diags Am Biol 
Teach 27:194-7 Mr '65 
Protection against radiation damage. D. 
Kaplan and E. Bram. diags Am Biol Teach 
27:197-8 Mr '65 
Rat as a research tool in physical education. 
J. Weber, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Rec Res Q 35:570-2 D '64 
Virus transference of P-388 leukemia in adult 
DBA/2 black mice. M. Bassell. diags Am 
Biol Teach 27:199-202 Mr '65 
ANIMAL growth. See Growth (animals) 
ANIMAL heat 
See also 
Body temperature 
ANIMAL intelligence 
See also 
Animal learning 
ANIMAL learning 
Interaction of brain damage and Interpolated 
learning upon brightness discrimination. 
W. F. Hawkins and A. A. Baumeister. Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:86-9 Jl '64 
ANIMAL psychology. See Animal behavior 

(psychology) 
ANIMAL sociology 
Effects of early social experience upon be- 
havior and growth in the rat. J. Rosen, 
bibliog Child Develop 35:993-8 S '64 
ANIMAL stories 
Bridge to the blackberry patch. F. B. Watts. 

Grade Teach 81:46 Je '64 
Cat. M. F. Bartlett. il Grade Teach 82: 

42-3 S '64 
Cat crosses the Delaware. M. F. Bartlett. 

il Grade Teach 82:56-7 F '65 
Cat learns how hard it is for a cat to be 
kittenish. M. F. Bartlett. il Grade Teach 
82:60-2 My '65 
Chunky Chipmunk's cherry seed. B. Boshin- 

ski. Instr 74:29 F '65 
Ezra is a zebra. E. B. Snavely. II Instr 74: 

19 My '65 
Kelly. K. Angell. il Grade Teach 81:27 Je '64 
Rabbit who didn't want to be white. P. 

Fabian, il Instr 74:33 N '64 
Sheba Sheep. B. Boshinski. Instr 74:29 F '65 
Tale of Montgomery Moose. M. A. Clark. 

il Instr 74:40 N '64 
Too-long ears. G. Bell-Zano. Grade Teach 

81:28 Je '64 
Toothy the alligator; factual story. M. Petti- 

john. Instr 74:46-7 S '64 
True story about a duck who went up in a 
balloon. P. Rothrauff. il Grade Teach 82: 
98-9 Ja '65 
Young Rob Rooster. P. Fabian. 11 Instr 73: 
17 Je '64 



ANIMALS 
New films, fllmstrips, recordings; animals: 

birds and insects. L. C. West. Grade Teach 

82:76-74- D '64; 100-5 Ja '65 
See also 
Cats 

Hamsters 
Mice 
Monkeys 
Pets 
Rats 
Seals (animals) 

Treatment 
Snakes in the classroom. P. F. Neumeyer. 11 

Grade Teach 82:41+ Mr '65 

Units of work 
Come to the zoo. K. Hall. Instr 74:18+ My 
'65 
ANIMALS, Aquatic. See Marine fauna 
ANIMALS, Experiments on. See Animal experi- 
mentation 
ANIMALS, Extinct 
See also 
Dinosauria 
ANIMALS, Laboratory. See Laboratory animals 
ANIMALS in art 
Great animal combine. R. C. Florian. 11 Arts 
& Activities 56:11-13 S '64 
ANIMALS in literature 
Role of animals in El mundo es ancho y aieno. 

V. Endres. Hispania 48:67-9 Mr '65 
When animals talk. L. Jacobs, il Instr 74: 
42+ Ap '65 
ANIMATED cartoons. See Moving picture car- 
toons 
ANION exchange. See Ion exchange 
ANIONS 
Homolytic, cationotropic, and anionotropic 
reactions; a mechanistic approach to 
organic chemistry. B. E. Hoogenboom. bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 41:639-44 D '64 
ANN ARBOR, Michigan 

High school 
Look at Ann Arbor high school. J. Reyn- 
olds. Engl J 54:188-90 Mr '65 

Public schools 
Integrating conservation education into the 
existing curriculum of the Ann Arbor pub- 
lic school system (K-12) W. B. Stapp. 11 
Scl Ed 48:419-24 D '64 

T. 0. Abbot school 
Glass-enclosed corridors connect the three 
single- story wings. 11 plans Nations Sch 
75:57-60 Ap '65 
ANNOTATIONS 
Annotations of doctoral dissertations relevant 
to religious education, 1963. National coun- 
cil of the churches of Christ in the United 
States of America. Bureau of research and 
survey. Relig Ed 60:49-66+ Ja '65 
See also 
Dramas — Annotations 
ANNUAL reports. See Reports and records 
ANNUITIES 
Tax-sheltered annuities. D. Allen; S. A. 
Glaim; R. I. Mehr. Assn Sch Bsns Officials 
U S and Canada Proc 49:279-92 '63 
Tax sheltered annuities. D. F. Stafford. Pa 

Sch J 112:414-15 My '64 
Tax-sheltered annuities: current status. Na- 
tional education association. Research divi- 
sion. NEA Res Bui 42:94-5 O '64 
See also 
Teachers insurance and annuity association 
of America 
ANODIZING of aluminum. See Aluminum — 

Protection 
ANOKA, Minnesota 

Public schools 
Secondary school parent-teacher conferences: 
the Anoka-Hennepin plan. A. C. Dussl. 
Minn J Ed 45:28 O '64 
ANONYMITY 

Identifying the unknown communicator in 
painting, literature and music: the signifi- 
cance of minor encoding habits. W. J. 
Paisley, bibliog J Comm 14:219-37 D '64 
ANOUILH, Jean 
Hybris in Anouilh's L'hermine and La sau- 
vage. L. C. Stevens. French R 37:658-63 
My '64 
Le refus du monde comme il va dans le 
theatre d'Anouilh. G. Mermier. French R 
37:524-36 Ap '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



35 



ANTHEMS, National. See Xational songs 
ANTHOLOGIES 
Elizabethan and Jacobean plays: the new 
paperbacks. S. Schoenbaum. Col Engl 26: 
57-61 O '64 
Where are our Negro authors? S. Bachner. 
Clearing House 39:30-4 S '64 
ANTHROPOGEOGRAPHY 
See also 
Ecolopy. Social 
ANTHROPOLOGY 
Oak tree and education. F. N. Hamblin. il 
Nat El Prin 44:20-4 F '65 
,See also 
Educational anthropology 
Evolution 
Man, Prehistoric 
Social anthropology 

Bibliography 
Paperbacks preferred: anthropology. D. M. 
Perks. H Points 46:50-1 N '64 

Correlation with other subjects 
Anthropology-history cour.se builds human 
understanding; .«ludy of man broadens 
perspective. D. U. Levine. Chicago Sch J 
46:241-5 Mr '65 

Curriculum 
Research 

University of Georgia; a sequential curricu- 
lum in anthropology for grades 1-7. M. J. 
Rice and W. C. Bailey. Social Ed 29:211-12 
Ap "65 

Teachino 

Anthropology In the schools. R. G. Hanvey. 
Ed Lead 22:313-16 F '65 

Racial issue and the educator. O. T. Jarvis. 
J Sec Ed 40:40-3 Ja '65 
ANTHROPOLOGY curriculum project. See An- 

tliropology — Curriculum — Research 
ANTHROPOMETRY 

Anlhropomc-trii-fxl obscrvatio'^" ^^^ '^hose and 
nonolicso young men m ■ - a pro- 

gram of viKotous phyali ■■. J. A. 

JJempsey. biblicjg i| Am .^ ,:ih Phys 

Ed Kcc Ues Q 3.'. IH 1:270-87 O CI 

Automatization cognitive style and phy.<4icaJ 
development. D. M. I{ro\ <'rr;.in and others, 
bibllog Child Develop 35:1;. i 

Phy.sii|iio and growth in :\ . D. M. 

Urovcrman and other.'t. lild De- 

velop 3r):,S57-7o S '61 

Relationship bctwocn obo.ilty and treadmill 
performance In sodoniary and active young 
men. J. A. Dempsey. bibllog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Kec Kes Q 35 pt 1:2S!>-"J7 

O •t;4 

Relationship of selected anthropometric and 
physical performance moa.siiros to perform- 
ance in the running hop. .■itei>. and Jump. 
I... W. Haacke. blblloi; Am A.«».sn Health 
Phys Ed Kec Kes Q 35:107-15 My '64 
See also 
Children — Anthropometry 
ANTICIPATION (psychology) 
See also 
Expectancy (psychology) 
ANTI- POVERTY program. See Economic as- 
sistimoe. nomcstlc 

ANTIQUITIES, Etruscan. See Etruscan an- 
tiquities 

ANTI-SEMITISM 
Fraternities, social distance, and antl-Seml- 
tlsin .'imong Jewish and non-Jewish under- 
graduates. B. E. Segal. Sociol of Ed 38: 
251-64 Spr '65 

United States 
Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise: his language of 
anti anti-Semitism. R. D. Kully. Q J 
Speech 60:100-78 Ap "64 
ANTI -SMOGS clubs. See Clubs— High schools 
ANTI-SOCIAL behavior. See Behavior. Anti- 
social 
ANTITRUST legislation. See Trusts. Industrial 

— Law 
ANTS 

Story about a tiny ant who scared a horned 
toad. G. B. Despain. il Grade Teach 82: 
96 Ja '65 
ANXIETY 

Ac(iuisitlon of language habits in first, sec- 
ond, and third Lrrnde boys. E. Zlcler and 
others, blbliog Child Develop 35:725-36 S 
•64 
Anxiety level, need for counseling, and 
client improvement in an operational set- 
ting. R. A, Ehrle and C. D. Auvenshine. 
blblioK J Counsel Psychol 11:286-7 Fall '64 



Anxiety, study problems, and achievement, 
J. Knight and N. M. Chansky. Personnel 
& Guid J 43:45-6 S '64 

Cheating on college examinations as a func- 
tion of situationally aroused anxiety and 
hostility. M. Sieininger and others. J Ed 
Psycho! 55:.'!17-24 D "64 

Comparison of the concepts of Cattell and 
Eysenck; anxiety and neuroticism. C. J. 
Adcock. Brit J Ed Psychol 35:91-2 F '65 

DiL'iout and academic ability in universitv 
exteiision courses. J. Zahn. Adult Ed 15:35- 
4'^ Autumn "64 

Effects of test anxiety on real-life examina- 
tions. G. L. Paul and C. W. Eriksen. bib- 
llog J Personal 32:480-94 S '64 

Ego-support, communication, catharsis, and 
hostility. P. Mothau.'? and P. Worchel. blb- 
liog J Personal 32:290-312 Je '64 

Relations among anxiety, intelligence, and 
scholastic achievement in junior nigh school 
children. E. D. Keller and V. N. Rowley, 
bibliog J Ed Res 58:167-70 D '64 

Some relation.shlps among sex. an.xlety. and 
con.=er^•atiKm of Judrment. J. K. CrandaJl. 
bibliog J Personal 33:99-107 Mr '65 

Student anxiety. F. F. Lighthall. 11 NEA J 
53:26-8 D "64 
See al8o 

Defenslveness (psychology*) 

Fear 

Research 

Anxiety, divergent thinking, and achieve- 
ment. J. F. Feldhuson and others, bibllog 
J Ed Psychol 50:40-5 F '65 

Child rearing antecedents of atidlence sensi- 
tivity. A. Paivio. bibliog Child Develop 
35:397-416 Je '64 

Effect of anxiety (drive) on the acquisition 
and avoidance of a dominant Intratask 
response. M. Katahn. bibllog J Personal 32: 
C4?-,-0 D '64 

Mo.iningful learning and retention: noncognl- 
tivo variables: anxiety. P. W. Jackson and 
N. Strattner. R Ed ^es 34:514-15 D '64 

Trends In the measurement of personality; 
arixiofy V. L. Galer and W. F. White. 
R IM ■■ - - -6 F '65 

Using > reduce anxiety of children. 

H. J. ler. 11 Wis J fed 96:9-10 Ja 

'61 

ANXIETY scales 

An\:. ly ruid iho Intollectual performance of 
- I». Walter and others, 
.p 35:917-26 S '64 
Ai Miinklng. and achleve- 

lu'!.' .1. 1" I .Mlui.^en and others, bibllog 

J i:<l r.xvchol 56:40-5 F '65 
Motivation and anxiety In high school boys. 

H. C. Haywood and V. Dobbs. bibllog J 

Personal 32:371-9 S "64 
Sex (lifYtTencc.o nnd the .MAS. J. C. Jahnke 

and others. Ed & Psychol M 24:309-12 Sum 

•64 
Test anxiety and achievement behavior sys- 
tems related to examination performance In 

children. F. N. Cox. bibliog Child Develop 

35:900-15 S '64 
Trends In the measurement of personality: 

.«lt national variabU-.';. E. L. Galer and W. P. 

White. R Ed Res 35:74 F '65 

Chlldrens forms 

Effect of rein forcing honesty responses to 
the lie scale of the C.MAS. R. E. Schutz 
and R. G. Whittemore. bibllog Child De- 
velop 35:1003-7 S '64 

Effects of mothers and strangers on the 
["'rformance of anxious and defensive chil- 
drt-n. B. K. Kuebush and H. W. Stevenson, 
bibliog J Personal 32:587-600 D '64 

Relationship of an.xlety to Intelligence scores 
of tonth-grade students. H. W. McCollum. 
bibliog J Ed Res 58:35-7 S '64 

Relationship of anxiety to the academic per- 
formance of Institutionalized retardates. W. 
G. Huber. Am J Men Deficiency 69:462-6 
Ja '05 

Test anxiety and Intellectual performance in 
mentally retarded school children. A. B. 
Silvorstein and others, bibliog Child De- 
velop 35:1137-40 D ^04 

Test anxiet.v or generalized school anxiety? 
A. B. .Silverstein and P. J. Mohan. Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:438-9 N ^64 
APACHE Indians 
See also 

Jicarllla Itidlans 

APARTHEID. See South Africa— Race prob- 
lems 



36 



EDUCATION INDEX 



APHASIA 

Acronymic elements in aphasic speech. L. F. 
Sies and T. J. Hixon. bibliog J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 29:186-9 My '64 

Auditory threshold consistency in differential 
diagnosis of aphasia in children. J. Reich- 
stein, bibliog J apeech & Hearing Dis 29: 
147-55 My '64 

Developmental analysis of mentally dencient 
children with early histories of aphasia. 
L.. Glovsky and S. Rigrodsky. Train Sch 
Bui 61:76-86 Ag '64 

Differential diagnosis of auditory deficits; 
a review of the literature. J. Reichstem 
and J. Rosenstein. bibliog Excep Child 31: 
73-82 O '64 

Educating aphasic children; lines of com- 
munication. J. Lea. Times Ed Sup 2568:201 
Ag 7 '64 

Language disorders in childhood; aphasia. 
E. H. Lenneberg. Harvard Ed R 34:167-72 
Spr '64 

On language disorders in young children: a 
reorganization of thinking. W. G. Hardy, 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:3-16 
F '65 , . , . 

Relationships between neurological and psy- 
chological variables and their implications 
for reading instruction. R. M. Reitan. Conf 
on Read Univ Chicago 26:100-10 '64 

Sequence learning in aphasic and deaf chil- 
dren. H. G. Furth. J Speech & Hearing Dis 
29:171-7 My '64 

Case studies 
Aphasia in bilingual and polyglot patients, a 
neurological and psychological study. M. H. 
Charlton. J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:307- 
11 Ag '64 

APHONIA. See Voice disorders 

APHORISMS and apothegms 

Val6ry, Breton, and Eluard on poetry. H. S. 
Gershman. French R 38:332-6 Ja '65 

APNEIC diving. See Submersion 

APPALACHIAN center. See West Virginia 
university, Morgantown — Center for Ap- 
palachian studies and development 

APPALACHIAN REGION 
Books on the mountain. B. Davenport, il Am 
Ed 1:12-15 Mr '65 

APPARATUS, Chemical. See Chemical appa- 
ratus 

APPARATUS, Physiological. See Physiological 
apparatus 

APPARATUS, Scientific. See Scientific appa- 
ratus 

APPARATUS for the blind. See Blind, Appa- 
ratus for the 

APPARENT movement 
Gamma movement: a comparison of normals 
and retardates. J. J. Winters, jr. bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:697-702 Mr '65 

APPERCEPTION 
Three expressions of the need for variety. 
S. R. Maddi and others, bibliog J Personal 
33:82-98 Mr '65 

Tests and scales 

See also 
Thematic apperception test 
APPLETON, Wisconsin 

Public schools 
Adults without diplomas helped by Appleton 
plan. M. J. Ness. Wis J Ed 97:174- Ap '65 
Internship program; Appleton, Wis. C. D. 
Klemm. Nat El Prin 44:37-8 S '64 
APPLICATIONS for college admission. See 
Student selection — Colleges and universi- 
ties 
APPLICATIONS for credit. See Credit 
APPLICATIONS for positions 
Dear teacher: I'm tempted to write; satire. 

R. P. Bailey. Wis J Ed 97:18 Mr '65 
How to control teacher recruitment. J. E. 

Heald. il Sch Mgt 8:102-4 Je '64 
Part-time evening college teacher. H. E. 
Heilig and E. E. McMahon. Adult Ed 15: 
96-104 Wint '65 
Try this vocational unit in office practice. 
R. G. Boglioli. Bsns Ed World 45:14-15 Ap 
'65 

See also 
Interviews 

APPLIED mathematics. See Mathematics, Ap- 
plied 

APPLIED science. See Technology 
APPLIQUe work 
Art project, burlap hangings. R. Emrich. 
il Sch Arts 64:33 D '64 



APPORTIONMENT (election law) 

Congressional districting: a landmark deci- 
sion of the Supreme court. H. D. Hamilton. 
Social Ed 29:23-6 Ja '65 
How to get equitable and regular reappor- 
tionment. H. D. Hamilton. Social Studies 
55:210-13 N '64 
Institutional character of education: govern- 
ment and politics; representation. H. T. 
James. R Ed Res 34:409-10 O '64 
APPRECIATION 
See also 
Aesthetics 
Art — Appreciation 

Literature — -Appreciation and interpretation 
Moving pictures — Appreciation 
Music — Appreciation 

Poetry — Appreciation and interpretation 
Television broadcasting — Appreciation 
APPRENTICE teachers. See Student teachers 
APPRENTICES 
Labor's stake in vocational education. O. 
Pragan. Am Voc J 40:13-14-1- Mr '65 
See also 
Employees — Training 

Research 
Evaluation of skilled trades performance 
predictors. W. W. Ronan. Ed & .Psychol M 
24:601-8 Fall '64 

Germany 
Perennial model revisited. R. E. Belding. 
bibliog J Sec Ed 40:120-5 Mr '65 

Great Britain 

Forward to yesterday; apprenticeship system 
of Great Britain. Times Ed Sup 2567:169 Jl 
31 '64 

Getting into print; apprentice selection. Times 
Ed Sup 2567:172 Jl 31 '64 

Inflexible apprenticeships; tests of compet- 
ence vital. Lady Williams. Times Ed Sup 
2584:978 N 27 '64 

Look at the gas boards; relationship of In- 
dustry with education. Times Ed Sup 2559: 
1562 Je 5 '64 

Where there is little room at the top; ap- 
prentice jockey, il Times Ed Sup 2581:813 
N 6 '64 
APPROPRIATIONS, Government. See Govern- 
ment appropriations and expenditures 
APPROVED schools. See Reformatories — Great 

Britain 
APPROXIMATE computation 

Computing with approximate data. W. A. 
Gager. Sch Sci & Math 65:68-83 Ja '65 
APRAXIA 

Perspectives on neurological bases of reading. 
A. J. Ayres. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 
28:113-18 '64 

Relationships between neurological and psy- 
chological variables and their implications 
for reading instruction. R. M. Reitan. Conf 
on Read Univ Chicago 26:100-10 '64 
APTITUDE tests 

Anxiety and the intellectual performance of 
high school students. D. Walter and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 35:917-26 S '64 

Aptitude tests distrusted; N.U.T. sectional 
meetings. Times Ed Sup 2590:57 Ja 8 '65 

Comparative prediction of high-school grades 
by pure-factor aptitude, information, and 
personality measures. J. W. French. Ed & 
Psychol M 24:321-9 Sum '64 

Let's find some square holes. M. J. Krawitz. 
il Bsns Ed World 45:19-1- O '64 

Predicting success in typewriting. J. C. Flan- 
agan and G. Fivars. il Bal Sheet 46:7-9 S 
'64 

Using multiple cut-off criteria for inter- 
preting aptitude test scores. I. Eisen and 
W. Feingold. Voc Guid Q 12:197-201 Spr 
•64 
See also 

College aptitude — Tests and scales 

College entrance examination board scholaistic 
aptitude test 

Cooperative school and college ability tests 

Differential aptitude tests 

Flanagan aptitude classification tests 

General aptitude test battery 

Modern language aptitude test 

Multiple aptitude tests 
APTITUDES 

Disadvantaged child; a child's strengths: how 
to identify them. N. N. Jaffa. Instr 74:15 
My '65 

Must Johnny go to college? Sister Mary 
Barbara, il Cath Sch J 65:33-5 P '65 

Quality and quantity of accomplishments as 
measures of creativity. R. W. Skager and 
others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 56:31-9 F '65 

Technicians: somewhere in-between. P. A. 
Perrone. Voc Guid Q 13:137-41 Wint '64/65 
See also 

College aptitude 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



37 



APTITUDES — Continued 

Research 
Aptitude changes as a function of age. M. L. 
Hirt. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:174-7 
O '64 
Aptitude levels In a depressed area: southern 
Indiana. H. N. Rude and D. C. King. Per- 
.90nnel & Guid J 43:785-9 Ap '65 
Cross-sectional and longitudinal study of 
scholastic abilities over twenty-five years. 
D. P. Campbell, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
12:55-61 Spr "65 
Race, aptitude and vocational Interests. N. M. 
Chansky. Personnel & Guid J 43:780-4 Ap 
•65 
Trends In the measurement of special abili- 
ties. P. R. Merrifleld. bibliog R Ed Res 35: 
25-33 F '65 
AQUATIC animals. See Fresh water fauna; 

M.arine fauna 
AQUATIC plants 
See also 
Fresh water flora 
AQUATIC sports 
See also 
Diving 
Swimming 

Water skis and skiing 
ARAB refugees. See Refugees, Arab 
ARAB states 
See also 
United Arab Republic 

History 
History teaching in N'a.'ssor'.'i Egypt. M. M. 
Krug. bibliog Teach Col Rec 66:128-37 N 
•64 
ARABIC language 

Teaching 

Research 
Quantitative measurement of errors In read- 
ing Arabic. S. A. Hanna. Mod L.ang J 48: 
319-52 () '64 
ARBITRATION, Industrial 
Arbitration case simulation: a university 
clasHroorn experience. K. L. Hilgert. J Bans 
Ed 40:157-8 Ja '65 
ARBOR day 

Stories 
Man who planted a forest. R. Za^oren. Instr 
74:34 Mr '65 
ARBOR picta. See Manuscript.**. Medieval 
ARBOR presses. See Presses 
ARC welding. See Electric welding. Arc 
ARCHEOLOGY 
Sco also 
Excavations (archeology) 

Teaching 
Great Britain 
Learning to prest-rve the past. 11 'rimes Ed 
Sup 2591:113 Ja 15 "65 
ARCH ERY 
And the bow miay take hold. B. Spielman. 11 
Tlnio.M Rd Sup 2560:1625 Je 12 •64 
ARCHITECTS 
Arohiioctural steps in facilities planning. J. 

S. Sharp, plans Av Instr 10:101-3 F "65 
Art: tli<.> present condition: the pioneers of 
modorn nrchltrcturL-. J. A. Sclilnneller. Nat 
.Soc Study Hd Yrbk 64 pt2:ll-17 'CS 
Better approach to school economy. M. N. 
Crabtree. II plan Am Sch lid J 149:12-14 
N '64 

Selection 

What Santa Fe h;is done to establish a pro- 

foa.slonal method of architect scltiction. O. 

A. Tlumm.s. Am Sch Hd J 149:264- N IM 

ARCHITECTURAL acoustics. See Acoustics. 

Architectural 
ARCHITECTURAL drawing 
ExiTcise in moa.suriiig with the architect's 
scale. R. E. Wooldrldge. 11 Sch Shop 24:26 
Mr -65 
See also 
Blueprints 

Projects 
Education with a bonus. D. E. Koch. 11 Sch 
Shop 24:26 N '64 

Teaching 
Architectural rendering. C. Meditch. 11 Sch 
Shop 24:29 My '63 
ARCHITECTURAL education 
Great Britain 
Built environment, I.K)rd Llewelyn-Davles. 11 

Times Ed Sup 259G:,'i(iO F 19 '65 
Indifferent architecture. Times Ed Sup 2556: 
1S58 My 15 ^64 



ARCHITECTURAL models 

Education with a bonus. D. E. Koch, il Sch 

Shop 24:26 N '64 
School theatres exhibition, il Times Ed Sup 

2.".77:.i9S O 9 '64 
Watching the builders: model of the new 
school, il Times Kd Sup 2551:901 Ap 10 '64 
ARCHITECTURAL schools 

Entrance requirements 
See also 
Student selection — Architectural schools 

Student selection 
See Student selection— Architectural schools 
ARCHITECTURE 

Built environment. Lord Llewelyn-Davies il 

Times Ed Sup 2.^96:500 F 19 '65 
Main street; a resource of architectural ap- 
preciaUon. C. E. Hiller. il Sch Arts 64:25-8 
S 64 
Solids from paper; Introducing students to 
architecture. J. C. Vitale. 11 Sch Arts 64: 
23-4 S '64 
See also 
Space 'architecture! 
ARCHITECTURE, College. See College archi- 
tecture 
ARCHITECTURE. Domestic 
Fundamentals of house design; fossils to 
fruits. C. F. Salmon. J Home Econ 57:22- 
5 Ja '65 
ARCHITECTURE. Junior college. See Junior 

colleges — Buildings 
ARCHITECTURE. Modern 
Art: the present condition: the pioneers of 
modom architecture. J. A. Schinncller Nat 
Soc Study I-M Yrbk 64 pt2:n-17 '65 
ARCHITECTURE, Religious. See Church archi- 
tecture 

ARCHITECTURE. School. See School buildings 

ARCHITECTURE and religion 

Iconic architecture of Rudolf Schwarz: an 
o.s.-uiy on architectural and theological 
nieihod J W. Dixon. Jr. 11 Christian Scholar 

ARCHIVES 

Great Britain 
Spotlight on ^archives. F. G. Kmmi.son. 11 
Times Ed Sup 2550:814-5 Ap 3 '64 

Maryland 
MENC historical research center; archive to 
be establLshed at University of Maryland 
Mus Educators J 61:47 Ja; 32 F '65 

Pennsylvania 
New museum readied for vl.sltors; the Wil- 
liam I'enn memorial mu.seum and archives 
tower. II Pa Sch J 113:224-5 Ja '65 
ARCS 
Ank-lo.s. arcs, and Archimedes. C. B. Allen- 
(loerf.r. .Math Teach 5S;S2-8 F '65 
ARCTIC races 
See also 
Eskimos 
ARDMORE, Pennsylvania 

Lower Merlon township school district 
Seeing Is believing. E. Prestwood. Sch Mgt 
9:2G-f- Ja "65 
AREA measurement 

Area concepts for second graders. D. E 
.\Ivors. il Arith Tench ll:4s:!-4 N "64 
AREA redevelopment act. See Educational laws 

and legislation — United States 
AREA studies 
Area-.siuily .Hoclal studies curriculum. W C. 

Trorv. Soci.al Ed 29:142-6 Mr '65 
Challenge of international education; five 
years of the School of internatloiiul service. 
E. S. Griffith. J Higher Ed 36:.{2-7 Ja '65 
Fulbrlght-Hays act; modern foreign languages 
and area studies. Higher Ed 20:11-12 Je^64 
Src also 
.Vmeric.an studies 
<'hllicse .stiulie.s 
Latin American studies 
Oriental studies 

AREA vocational centers. See Vocational edu- 
cation — High .schools 

AREA vocational schools. See Vocational 

.schools 

ARGENTINA 
See also 
Conferences and conventions, Educational — 

Argentina 
Education — Argentina 
ARGENTINE fiction 

Technique 
See Argrentine literature — Technique 



38 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ARGENTINE literature 

Appreciation and Interpretation 
Para la prehistoria ultralsta de Borges. G. 
De Torre. Hispania 47:457-63 S '64 

Technique 

Don Juan Manuel's tale of Don Illdn and its 
revision by Jorge Luis Borges. T. Mont- 
gomery. Hispania 47:464-6 S '64 
ARGENTINE poetry 

Appreciation and interpretation 
See Argentine literature — ^Appreciation 
and interpretation 
ARGONNE national laboratory, Lemont, Il- 
linois. See United States — Argonne national 
laboratory 
ARGUMENT 

Invention in English stylistic rhetorics: 1600- 
1800. J. D. Ragsdale. Q J Speech 51:164-7 
Ap '65 

Reasoned discourse and motive appeals in 
selected political speeches. E. Knepprath 
and T. Cflevenger, jr. Q J Speech 51:152-6 
Ap '65 

Topoi: an approach to inventing arguments. 
R. C. Dick. Speech Teach 13:313-19 N '64 

Toulmin and the basic course. J. C. McCros- 
key. Speech Teach 14:91-100 Mr '65 

Uses of the enthymeme. W. R. Fisher. Speech 
Teach 13:197-203 S '64 
See also 

Debates and debating 

Persuasion 
ARISTA league 

Arista affiliation with the National honor so- 
ciety. S. J. Ellison. H Points 46:38-43 D '64 

Current practices in the Senior Arista move- 
ment. S. J. Ellison. H Points 46:36-52 Je 
'64 

Recommendation for improvement of the 
Arista. S. J. Ellison. H Points 47:30-6 Ap 
'65 
ARISTOTLE 

Causal analysis and rhetoric: a survey of 
the major philosophical conceptions of 
cause prior to John Stuart Mill; Aristotle's 
treatment of causation. C. P. Karns. 
Speech Mon 32:37-9 Mr '65 
ARITHMETIC 

Algebraic concepts in the elementary school. 
R. A. LaRoe. Arith Teach 12:181-2 Mr '65 

Focal point; ed. by J. F. Weaver. See issues 
of Arithmetic teacher 

Prospective teachers' attitudes toward arith- 
metic. P. Smith. Arith Teach 11:474-7 N '64 
See also 

Addition 

Alfforithms 

Division 

Factors and factoring 

Fractions 

Multiplication 

Numerals 

Numeration 

Percentage 

Reciprocals 

Sets (mathematics) 

Square root 

Subtraction 

Zero (the number) 

Achievements, Student 

Analysis of individual differences in arith- 
metic. O. T. Jarvis. Arith Teach 11:471-3 
N '64 

Attainments in English and arithmetic of 
secondary school pupils with impaired hear- 
ing. D. C. Wollman. Brit J Ed Psychol 34: 
268-74 N '64 

Attitudes toward problem solving as a func- 
tion of succes.'i in arithmetic in Brazilian 
elementary schools. H. C. Lindgren and 
others. J Ed Res 58:44-5 S '64 

Boy-girl ability differences in elementary 
school arithmetic. O. T. Jarvis. Sch Sci & 
Math 64:657-9 N '64 

Computation skills: results of acceleration. 
J. O. Ivey. Arith Teach 12:39-42 Ja '65 

Direct, practical arithmetical experiences and 
success in solving realistic verbal reasoning 
problems in arithmetic. W. J. Lyda and 
R. S. Church. J Ed Res 57:530-3 Jl '64 

Does the study of quantitative vocabulary 
Improve problem-solving-? L. F. Vander- 
linde. El Sch J 65:143-52 D '64 

Evaluation of an accelerated arithmetic pro- 
gram. J. N. Jacobs and others. Arith Teach 
12:113-19 F '65 

Experiment with low achievers in arithmetic. 
K. E. Easterday. Math Teach 57:462-8 N '64 

Experimental comparison of two approaches 
to teaching multiplication of fractions. 
J. W. Miller. J Ed Res 57:468-71 My '64 



Finger localization, intelligence, and arith- 
metic in mentally retarded subjects. C. G. 
Matthews and E. D. Folk. Am J Men Defi- 
ciency 69:107-13 Jl '64 

Grouping for arithmetic increases pupil 
growth. J. N. Hambourger. Chicago Sch J 
45:362-5 My '64 

Homework in arithmetic. E. A. Koch, jr. 
Arith Teach 12:9-13 Ja '65 

How do you as a classroom teacher evaluate 
nev/ learnings? M. Brydegaard. Arith Teach 
12:251-2 Ap '65 

Japanese abacus as a computational aid for 
blind children. C. Y. Nolan and J. E. Mor- 
ris. Excep Child 31:15-17 S '64 

Mathematical concepts, skills, and abilities 
of kindergarten entrants. A. H. Williams. 
Arith Teach 12:261-8 Ap '65 

Mathematical understanding of seventh- and 
eighth-grade pupils, 1948 and 1963. V. 
Thurlow. Arith Teach 12:43-4 Ja '65 

Mathematics in the elementary school; 
achievement and attitudes. J. F. Weaver 
and E. G. Gibb. R Ed Res 34:276-7 Je '64 

Socio-economic status and mathematics 
achievement. R. A. Passy. Arith Teach 11: 
469-70 N '64 

Studying issues in mathematics instruction. 
B. Joyce and E. Joyce. Arith Teach 11: 
303-7 My '64 

Activities 

Area concepts for second graders. D. E. 
Myers, il Arith Teach 11:483-4 N '64 

Formal preparation for early childhood arith- 
metic. A. R. Bravo. Arith Teach 12:56-8 
Ja '65 

Mathematics for svimmer fun. M. Rosenthal 
and M. Sitts. Arith Teach 11:323-5 My '64 

Participation of young children in mathe- 
matics. R. A. Korey. Arith Teach 11:421-2 
O '64 

Aims and objectives 

Beginning number experiences and struc- 
tured materials. E. E. Andrews and L. D. 
Nelson: reply with rejoinder. J. T. Rod- 
man. Arith Teach 11:342-3, 346-7 My '64 

Insight into arithmetical processes. Z. P. 
Dienes. diags Sch R 72:183-200 Sum '64 

Look at problem solving in elementary 
school mathematics. K. V. Herlihy, Arith 
Teach 11:308-11 My '64 

Proof of the pudding. P. R. Neureiter. Instr 
74:12 O '64 

Curriculum 

Mastering modern math; with study-discus- 
sion program by D. Harris and E. Harris. 
I. K. Feinstein. il PTA Mag 59:19-22, 36-7 S 
'64 

Patterns in arithmetic: a three-year report. 
J. P. Weaver. Arith Teach 12:291-3 Ap 
'65 

Research 

Mathematics and science programs for the 
elementary school years; University of 
Illinois arithmetic project. G. F. Leiderman. 
R Ed Res 35:155 Ap '65 

Studying issues in mathematics Instruction. 
B. Joyce and E. Joyce. Arith Teach 11: 
303-7 My '64 

Difficulties 

Analytical testing and follow-up exercises in 
elementary school mathematics. P. C. 
Burns. Sch Sci & Math 65:34-8 Ja '65 

Awareness of reversibility: its effect on per- 
formance of converse arithmetical opera- 
tions. R. R. Eifermann and D. Etzion. Brit 
J Ed Psychol 34:151-7 Je '64 

Division problems and the concept of rate; 
a study of the performance of second-grade 
children on four kinds of division prob- 
lems. M. J. Zweng. Arith Teach 13:547-56 
D '64 

Extent of academic retardation in a resi- 
dential treatment center. P. S. Graubard. 
J Ed Res 58:78-80 O '64 

Group diagnosis and standardized achieve- 
ment tests. E. Caldwell. Arith Teach 12: 
123-5 P '65 

Study of children with unusual difiiculty In 
reading nnd aritliPT^tic. .T. E Bowers. Can 
Ed Res Digest 4:273-8 D '64 

Zero difficulties in multiplication. L. F. Har- 
vey and G. C. Kyte. Arith Teach 12:45-50 
Ja '65 

Drill 

Retention efficiency of meaningful teaching. 
A. H. Shuster and F. L. Pigge. Arith Teach 
12:24-31 Ja '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



39 



ARITH M ETI C — Continued 
Errors 
Analytical testing and follow-up exercises 
In elementary school mathematics. P. C. 
Bums. Sch Scl & Math 65:34-8 Ja '65 
Zero (lifflculties in multiplication. L. F. Har- 
vey and G. C. Kyte. Arith Teach 12:45-50 
Ja '65 

History 
Sic transit gloria arithmetlca. F. J. Mueller. 
Arith Teach 11:386-90 O '64; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 30:42-4 Ja '65 

Motivation 
Motivation. H. C. Jaclcson. Arith Teach 11: 

402-6 O "64 
World of hope; helping slow learners enjoy 

mathematics. A. D. Proctor. Math Teach 

58:118-22 F '65 

Problem solving 

Addition: regrouping addends. D. K. Robin- 
son. Arith Teach 11:423-5 O '64 

Adventure with sales. Sister Mary Helene. 
Cath Sch J 64:56 My '64 

Andy and the toy soldiors. A. F. Perrodin. 
il Arith Toach 12:26y-70 An '65 

Developing generalizations with topological 
net problems. C. H. D'Augustine. il Arith 
Teach 12:109-12 F '65 

Division problems and the concept of rate; 
a study of the performance of second- 
grade children on four kinds of division 
problems. M. J. Zweng. Arith Teach 11: 
547-56 D '64 

Look at problem solving In elementary school 
mathematics. K. V. Herlihy. Arith Teach 
11:308-11 My '64 

Number sontc-ncos. dlae.i Nat Council Teach 
Math Yrbk 29:333-77 '64 

Verbal problem solving: suggestions for Im- 
proving Instruction. C. A. Riedesel. diags 
Arith Teach 11:312-16 My '64 

World of mathematics. W. M. Ferrier. Chlldh 
Ed 41:304-6 F '65 

Research 
Does the study of quantitative vocabulary 
improve problem-.'solvlng? !.■. F. Vander- 
llnde. El Sch J 65:143-52 D '64 

Problems, exercises, etc. 

Developing generalizations with topological 
net problems. C. H. D'Augustine. II Arith 
Teach 12:109-12 F '65 

Direct, practical arithmetical experiences and 
success In solving realistic verbal reasoning 
problems In aritliinetic. W. J. Lyda and 
R. S. Church. J Ed Res 57:530-3 Jl '64 

Jack and Jill went up the hill. E. R. Ranuccl. 
il Inslr 74:165 S '64 

Lesson on absolute value. D. Cohen. Arith 
Toach 11:561-2 D '61 

Topl<'3 in mathematics for elementarv school 
teachers: twenty-ninth yearbook. National 
council of teachor.-^ of matheujatlca. 377p 
diag.s '64 The council 

Verbal problem solving: suggestions for Im- 
proving Instruction. C. A. Riedesel. diags 
Arith Teach 11:312-16 My '64 

Work b.ickwards! why not? L. H. Coon. 
Arith Teach 12:285-7 Ap '65 

Programmed teaching 

Programmed Instruction In elementary arith- 
metic. O. E. Flncher and H. T. Flllmer. 
Arith Teach 12:19-23 Ja '65 

Relationship between certain personality var- 
iables and achievement throu<rh pro- 
griiinmod Instruction. M. W. Traweck. Calif 
J Kil Re,« 15:215-20 N '64 

Remedial teaching of multiplication and divi- 
sion: programmed textbook versus work- 
book: a pilot study. C. Higglns and R. R. 
Rusch. Arith Teach 12:32-8 Ja '65 

Projects 
Fifth grade visits the stock exchange. P. 

Abolafla. Grade Teach 82:45 My '65 
World of mathematics. W. M. Ferrier. Chlldh 

Ed 41:304-6 F '65 

Psychology 

Examination of some of Piaget's principles 
In application to p.^ycholosy of arithmetic. 
Sister Gllmary. Cath Ed R 62:369-75 S '64 

Understanding and arithmetic: some remarks 
on the nature of understanding. J. D. Wil- 
liams. Ed Res 7:15-36 N '64 



Readiness 

Formal preparation for early childhood arith- 
metic. A. K. Bravo. Arith Teach 12:56-8 
Ja '65 

Mathematics of a flve-year-old girl. B. A. 
Sueltz. Arith Teach 12:221-3 Mr '65 

Teachmg numbers to young children In 
Spanish schools. J. Christopherson. Young 
Children 20:119-22 N '64 

Research 
Mathematical concepts, skills, and abilities 
of kindergarten entrants. A. H. Williams. 
Arith Teach 12:261-8 Ap "65 

Remedial teaching 

Analytical testing and follow-up exercises in 
elementary school mathematics. P. C. 
Burns. Sch Scl & Math 65:34-8 Ja '65 

Discovery of patterns in the difference of 
two squares. J. K. Smith. Math Teach 57: 
351-4 My '64 

Zero difflculties In multiplication. L. F. Har- 
vey and G. C. Kyte. Arith Teach 12:45-50 
Ja '65 

Research 

Remedial teaching of multiplication and divi- 
sion: programmed textbook versus work- 
book: a pilot study. C. Higglns and R. R. 
RuscL Arith Teach 12:32-8 Ja '65 

Research 
Arithmetic research that has made a dif- 
ference. P. C. Burns, bibllog El Sch J 65: 
386-92 Ap '65 

Social aspects 
Direct, practical arithmetical experiences and 
success in solving realistic vernal rea.>5oning 
problems In arithmetic. W. J. Lyda and 
R. S. Church. J Ed Res 57:530-3 Jl '64 

Subject matter 

Algebraic arithmetic for elementary school. 

D. L. Bradfleld. Arith Teach 12:183-6 
Mr '65 

Four aspects of arithmetic; a schematic plan. 
H. Koynlon. Arith Teach n:4s'.-9 N 'fA 

Mastering modern math: with study-discus- 
sion program by D. Harris and E. Harris. 
I. K. Fernateln. il PTA Mag 59:19-22. 36-7 S 
•64 

M??" -•>'!•■.. i.> <!>.' ..'...,,...,.., .-J. school: con- 

J. K. Weaver 
4:279 Je '64 

'1 ' iiontarv school 

t'.L. ;.!.... ,:ith yearbook. National 

•otinrii I of mathematics. 377p 

di.'igs "04 1 il 

Teacher education 
Emerging elementary mathematics program. 

C. D. Hopkins. "Teach Col J 36:151-2 Ja 

•65 
Only way to teach. M. F. Wlllerdlng. Arith 

Teach 12:256-7 Ap '65 

Evaluation 
Elementary teachers' knowledge of basic 
arithmetic concepts atid symbols; Test of 
basic concepts and symbols In arithmetic. 

E. H. Harper, bibllog Arith Teach 11:543-6 
D '64 

Research 
Mathematics In the elementary school: teach- 
er education. J. F. Weaver and E. G. Gibb. 
R Ed Res 34:281 Je '64 

Teacher education In service 
In-^TvMco education for elementary school 

' Mcs teachers: respon.^es to nine 

L. M. Kennedy and R. Alves. 
■h ll:.'>n.-,-9 N 'Ol 
In .... ! education; modern arithmetic and 

good pedagogy. A. W. Gurley and others. 

Arith Teach 12:59-64 Ja '65 
Less-advaiitagcd school district moves ahead 

In mathematics education. E. Schmlckrath. 

Arith Teach 11:355 My '64 
Mathematics In the elementary school; In- 

ser\'ice ediication. J. F. Weaver and E. G. 

Glbb. R Ed Res 34:282 Je 'Gi 
Preparing teachers for the new mathematics 

programs. D. Lundstrom. 11 CTA J 60:44-5 

O '64 
Secondary teacher and elementary school 

mathematics. D. Tredway. Math "Teach 58: 

313-15 Ad '65 
Sets and systems. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 

11:581-2 n '64 
We're working on arithmetic! T. Schottman. 

.\rlth Teach 11:356-7 My '61 
Wliy we teach the new approach In arithme- 
tic. R. G. Leonard. Jr. il Va J Ed 57:34 

My '64 



40 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ARITHMETIC — Continued 

Teaching 

Comments and advice from your counselors: 
mathematics. B. J. Swenson. See issues of 
Instructor 

Helping parents understand the new math. 
J. H. Tibbett. il Instr 74:94+ N '64 

In the classroom; ed. by E. Deans. See is- 
sues of Arithmetic teacher 

Modern math. P. R. Neureiter. See issues 
of Instructor 

Some practical ideas for teaching mathe- 
matics to disadvantaged children. N. 
Mintz and H. Fremont. Arith Teach 12: 
258-60 Ap '65 , . . -u 

Why we teach the new approach m arithme- 
tic. R. G. Leonard, jr. 11 Va J Ed 57:34 
My '64 

Bihliography 

Mathematics education of elementary school 
teachers: pre-service and in-service; biblio- 
graphy. J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 12:72-5 
Ja '65 , , . 

Selected references on elementary-school in- 
struction; aritlimetic, comp. by M. L. 
Hartung (cont) El Sch J 65:163-6 D '64 

Evaluation 
Mathematical understanding of seventh- and 
eighth-grade pupils, 1948 and 1963. V. 
Thurlow. Arith Teach 12:43-4 Ja '65 

Research 

Computation skills: results of acceleration. 
J. O. Ivey. Arith Teach 12:39-42 Ja '65 

Homework in arithmetic. E. A. Koch, jr. 
Arith Teach 12:9-13 Ja '65 , , ^ ^ 

Mathematics in the elementary school. J-^F. 
Weaver and E. G. Gitab. bibliog R Ed Res 
34:273-85 Je '64 , . ^ .. , .,, ^r--, 

Understanding and arithmetic. J. D. Wil- 
liams. Ed Res 6:192-201; 7:15-36 Je-N '64 

Eic/hth grades 
How to teach the new math in grade eight. 
L. J. May. Grade Teach 82:35-6 My '65 

Fifth grades 
Does the study of quantitative vocabulary 

improve problem-solving? L. F. Vander- 

linde. El Sch J 65:143-52 D '64 
Teaching modern math to your fifth graders. 

L. J. May. Grade Teach 82:42-3+ Mr '65 

First grades 

First-grade mathematics is easy to chart. J. 
H. Tibbett. il diags Instr 73:24-5 Je '64 

How to teach the new math in grade 1. L. 
J. May. Grade Teach 82:54+ N '64 

Participation of young children in mathe- 
matics. R. A. Korey. Arith Teach 11:421-2 
O '64 

Fourth grades 

How to teach the new math in grade 4. L. J. 
May. diags Grade Teach 82:cover+ F '65 

Juivior high schools 
Experiment with low achievers in arithmetic. 

K. E. Easterday. Math Teach 57:462-8 N '64 
What's new in teaching slow learners in 

junior high school? S. Greenholz. Math 

Teach 57:522-8 D '64 

Kindergarten 

Cooking teaches numbers in kindergarten 
S. S. Shipley, il Grade Teach 82:71+ N '64 

How to teach the new mathematics in kinder- 
garten. L. J. May. il Grade Teach 82:42-3+ 
O '64 

Mathematics in kindergarten. "V. Beard. Ed 
85:439-41 Mr "65 

Quantitative thinking of preschool children. 
Sister Josephina. Arith Teach 12:54-5 Ja '65 

Primary grades 
Evaluating certain aspects of a new approach 

to mathematics in the primary grades. E. 

Earhart. Sch Sci & Math 64:715-20 N '64 
Ideas to try with primary children. B. Deans- 

il Arith Teach 11:502-5 N '64 
Uses and abuses of the number line. T. Gib' 

ney. Arith Teach 11:478-82 N '64 

Second grades 

Area concepts for second graders. D. E. 
Myers, il Arith Teach 11:483-4 N '64 

Division problems and the concept of rate; 
a study of the performance of second-grade 
children on four kinds of division prob- 
lems. M. J. Zweng. Arith Teach 11:547-56 
D '64 



Ordered pair approach to addition of rational 
numbers in second grade. F. H. Hildebrand 
and N. Johnson. Arith Teach 12:106-8 F '65 

Teaching modern math to your second 
graders. L. J. May. Grade Teach 82:23-4+ 
D '64 

Seventh grades 

How to teach the new math in grade seven. 
L. J. May. Grade Teach 82:34+ My '65 

Sixth grades 
How to teach the new math in grade 6. L. 
J. May. Grade Teach 82:61+ Ap '65 

Third grades 
How to teach the new math in grade 3. L. 
J. May. il Grade Teach 82:68-9+ Ja '65 

Califoriiia 
Less-advantaged school district moves ahead 
in mathematics education. E. Schmickrath. 
Arith Teach 11:355 My '64 

Canada 
Developments in school mathematics in Can- 
ada, a survey. D. K. Crawford, bibliog 
Can Ed Res Digest 4:306-19 D '64 

Great Britain 
Sums wrapped up in words. Times Bd Sup 
2555:1266 My 8 '64 

Spain 
Teaching numbers to young children in 
Spanish schools. J. Chris topherson. Young 
Children 20:119-22 N '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Arithmetical abstractions, progress toward 
maturity of concepts under differing pro- 
grams of instruction. W. A. Brownell; 
reply with rejoinder. J. T. Rodman. Arith 
Teach 11:342-6 My '64 

Beginning number experiences and structured 
materials. E. E. Andrews and L. D. Nelson; 
reply with rejoinder. J. T. Rodman. Arith 
Teach 11:342-3, 346-7 My '64 

Considerations in the selection of learning 
aids. P. Spross. il Arith Teach 11:350-3 My 
'64 

Developments in school mathematics in Can- 
ada; a survey. D. H. Crawford, bibliog 
Can Ed Res Digest 4:306-19 D '64 

Early development of concepts of multiplica- 
tion and division. B. Deans. Arith Teach 
12:143-4 P '65 

Evaluating certain aspects of a new approach 
to mathematics in the primary grades. B. 
Earhart. Sch Sci & Math 64:715-20 N '64 

First-grade mathematics is easy to chart. 
J. H. Tibbett. il diags Instr 73:24-5 Je '64 

Flash- tabs. B. Ingraham. Arith Teach iz: 
289-90 Ap '65 

How to teach the new mathematics in kinder- 
garten. L. J. May. il Grade Teach 82:42-3+ 
O '64 

Ideas to try with primary children. E. Deans, 
il Arith Teach 11:502-5 N '64 

Learning from a number line. B. Schmick- 
rath. Arith Teach 11:500-1 N '64 

Mathemagic corner. V. Monahan and F. W. 
Lanning. Grade Teach 82:82+ S '64 

Mathematics in the elementary school; special 
manipulative materials. J. F. Weaver and 
E. G. Gibb. R Ed Res 34:280 Je '64 

New films, filmstrips, recordings. L. C. West. 
Grade Teach 82:64-6+ Mr: 65-6+ Ap '65 

Numbers can be fun; photographs. Times Ed 
Sup 2575:456 S 25 '64 

Our number clothesline. S. Orans. Arith 
Teach 11:580 D '64 

Patterns in arithmetic: a three-year report. 
J. F. Weaver. Arith Teach 12:291-? Ap 
'65 

Pop goes an idea. E. J. Swenson. il Ai_ "-> 
Teach 11:425-7 O '64 

Sets and systems. J. P. Weaver. Arith Teach 
11:581-2 D '64 

Use of number rods in mathematics. V. E. 
Haas, il diags Excep Child 31:297-300 F '65 

Uses and abuses of the number line. T. Gib- 
ney. Arith Teach 11:478-82 N '64 

World of hope; helping slow learners enjoy 
mathematics. A. D. Proctor. Math Teach 
58:118-22 F '65 
See also 

Abacus 

Teaching methods 

Adding by endings: some important con- 
siderations. E. Rivera. Arith Teach 12:204- 
6 Mr '65 

Adventure in discovery. M. Pincus; reply. D. 
E. Mohlenbruck. Arith Teach 11:353 My "64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



41 



ARITHMETIC — Teaching methods — Continued 

Arithmetical abstractions, proCTess toward 
maturity of concepts under differing pro- 
prams of Instruction. W. A. Brownell; 
reply with rejoinder. J. T. Rodman. Arith 
Teach 11:342-6 My '64 

Discovery of patterns in the difference of two 
squares. J. K. Smith. Math Teach 57:351-4 
My '64 

Grouping for arithmetic increases pupil 
growth. J. N. Hambourger. Chicago Sch J 
45:362-5 My '64 

How to teach the new mathematics. L. J. 
May. Grade Teach 82:144-, 50-1-1- S '64 

Individualizing arithmetic instruction. H. 
Redbird. Arith Teach ll:34S-9 My '64 

Informal-intuitive versus the formal-deduc- 
tive approach to learning. J. R. Clark. 
Arith Teach 12:99 F '65 

Lilbrarv program fosters arithmetic learnings. 
L. McClenathan. Arith Teach 12:287-9 Ap 
•65 

Mastering modern math; with study-discus- 
sion program by D. Harris and E. Harris. 
I. K. Fefnstein. il PTA Mag 59:19-22. 36-7 S 
•64 

Mathematics In the elementary school: in- 
dividual differences and organization for 
In.structlon. J. F. Weaver and E. G. Gibb. 
R IM Res 34:278 Je '64 

Objectives of experimental courses In ele- 
mentary mathematics. E. Chastain. blbliog 
Sch Scl & Math 65:49-55 Ja '05 

Ordered pair approach to addition of rational 
numbers in second grade. F. H. Hildebrand 
and N. .Johnson. Arith Teach 12:106-S F ^65 

Verbal problem solving: suggc.<'tlons for Im- 
proving Instruction. C. A. Rledesel. diags 
Arith Teach 11:312-16 My 64 

What's new in teaching slow learners In 
junior high school? S. Greenholz. Math 
Tearh 57:522-h 1> '64 

Why we teach the new approach In arithme- 
tic. R. G. Leonard. Jr. 11 Va J Ed 57:34 
My '64 

World of hope; helping slow learners enjoy 
mathematics. A. D. Proctor. Math Teach 
58:118-22 F '65 

Evaluntion 

Evaluation of an accelerated arithmetic pro- 
gram. J. N. Jacobs and others. Arith Teach 
12:113-19 F •6,'i 

Experimental compjirlpon of twn Approaches 

to teaching mn'''-' ' ■•• ^' '■ — •• J. 

W. Miller. J V' ' 

Meaningful v.s. i; i-ii,- 

divislon of frar: . d 

Sch Sci & Math G4;G37-70> N <:; 

Research 

Awareness of reversibility: Its effect on per- 
formance of converse arithmetical opera- 
tions. R. R. Elfermann and I). Etzlon. Brit 
J Ed r.sychol 34:151-7 Je '64 

Retention efficiency of meaningful teaching. 
A. H. Shusfer and F. L,. Pigge. ArJth 
Teach 12:24-31 Ja '66 

Terminology 

Does the study of quantitative vocabulary 
Improve problcm-.<'olvlntr? I... F. Vander- 
llnde. El .Sch J 65:143-52 D '64 

Number-numeral neurosis. P. R. Neurelter. 
Instr 74:91 N '64 

Tests and scales 

Analytical testing and follow-up exercises 
In elementarj' school mathematics. P. C. 
Rurn.s. Sch f^cl A Math 6534-8 Ja "65 

Elementary teachers' knowledge of basic 
arithmetic concepts and symbols: Test of 
basic concepts and symbols In arithmetic. 
E. H. Harper, bibliog Arith Teach 11:543-6 
D '64 

Preschool child's concept of number. A. Brace 
and I... D. Nelson, blbllog Arith Teach 12: 
126-33 F '65 

Valeur pronostique des tests pedagoglques 
Chez aes enfants congolals; etude com- 
parative de la fldellte des resultats d'une 
enreuve de calcul. R. Dujardin. Int R Ed 
10 no2:179-89 '64 

Textbooks 

Mathematics In the elementary school; pro- 
gramed Instrtictlonal materials. J. F. Wea- 
ver and E. G. Glbb. R Ed Res 34:279 Je '64 

Readability of elementary mathematics books. 
J. W. Heddens and K. J. Smith. Arith 
Teach 11:466-8 N '64 

Readability of experimental mathematics 
materials. K. J. Smith and J. W. Heddens. 
Arith Teach 11:391-4 O '64 

Time for precision. C. W. Schminke. ll Arith 
Teach 11:395-401 O '64 



Workbooks 
Remedial teaching of multiplication and di- 
vision: programmed textbook versus work- 
book: a pilot study. C. Higgins and R. R 
Rusch. Arith Teach 12:32-8 Ja '65 

Elementary schools 

Analysis of individual differences in arith- 
metic. O. T. Jarvis. Arith Teach 11:471-3 
N '64 

Boy-girl ability differences in elementary 
school arithmetic. O. T. Jarvis. Sch Sci & 
Math 64:657-9 N '64 
ARITHMETIC, Commercial 

Interest practices In modem business. H. A. 
Zacus. Bal Sheet 46:160-3 D '64 

Correlation with other subjects 
How much arithmetic in general business? 
I. D. Satlow. Bsns Ed World 45:18-1- Ja '65 

Programmed teaching 

Experiment in programmed business mathe- 
matics at East Tennessee state university. 
G. G. Myers. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:12-14 
Mr '65 

Programmed in-^truction in business educa- 
tion. H. Huffman, bibliog Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrbk 2:73-94 '64 

Teaching 
New mathematics: Its impact on business 
math. H. Lewis. Bsns Ed World 45:28-9-1- 
F '65 

Teaching aids and devices 
How to teach more In less time in business 
math. O. D. Christensen. J Bsns Ed 40: 
112-14 D '64 

Teaching methods 
Experiment in programmed business mathe- 
matics at East Tennes.'see state university. 
O. O. Myers. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:12-14 
Mr '65 
How to teach more In less time In business 
math. Q. J. Christensen. J Hsns Ed 40:112- 
14 D '64 

Tests and scales 
How to teach more In lc."« time In business 
math. G. J. Christensen. J Bsns Ed 40: 
112-14 n '64 
ARITHMETIC. Mental 
Ad'llng by endings: some Important con- 
.•iirlorntlons. K. Rivera. Arith "Teach 12:204- 

-•"^••METIC re.idiness. See Arithmetic— 

ARITHMETICAL ability. See Mathematical 
ability 

ARIZONA 

, '"■ '" "'head Arizona under the fol- 



... ration 
laws and legislation 



Lllirarip.«, .School 

History 
Hlstor>' Is forever! a class Icams how to 
pro.liice a book K I*. Murray. II Ariz 
Toach 53: IS- 19 N '64 
ARIZONA academy of science 
Thwarting the anti-evolution movement In 
Arizona. L. LIsonbce. Scl Teach 32:35-"? 
F '65 
ARIZONA education association 
Conmiittees for 196J-1965. Ariz Teach 63:2-3 

S '64 
Glance at yesterday; r<5sum6 of a year's 
stewardship. J. P. HIndman. Ariz Teach 
62:10-11 My '64 
New home for the AEA. 11 Ariz Teach 52:12- 
15 My '64 
ARIZONA English teachers association 

Goals of the student English teachers of 
Arizona. R. C. Emerj*. Ariz Teach 52:26-1- 
Mv '64 
ARIZONA state college, Flagstaff 

New university charts its course. J. L. 
Walktip. 11 Ariz Tench 53:14-15 Ja "65 
ARIZONA state university, Tempe 
Grady Gammage memorial auditorium. II 
Ariz Teach 53:17 S '64 
ARIZONA. University, Tucson 
MA -3 at the University of Arizona. T. W. 
Parker. Sup Stud 6:29-31 Mr '64 
ARKANSAS 

Ser also 
Co7iimunity and school — Arkansas 
ARKANSAS state teachers college, Conway 
Programing teacher education In media; the 
Arkansas approach. C. Garrison. Av Instr 
9:526 O '64 



42 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ARLEE, Montana 

High school 
New Arlee high school. C. Francis. Mont Ed 
41:37-8 F '65 
ARLINGTON COUNTY, Virginia 
Maury school 
Experiment in violin pedagogy. G. J. Shaw. 
Mus Educators J 50:69-71 Je '64 
ARM 
Effect of actively increased muscle temper- 
ature on local muscular endm-ance. A. \V. 
iSeOgwick. bibliog il Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Kec Kes Q 35:532-8 D '64 
Effect of muscular stretch, tension, and 
relaxation upon the reaction time and 
speed of movement of a supported limD. 
Li. E. Smith, bibliog 11 Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Kec Res Q 35:546-53 D '64 
Effects of variation of forearm position in 
elbow flexion. L.. W. McGraw. bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Kec Kes Q 35:o04-lU 
£) '04 
Influence of strength training on pre- tensed 
and free-arm speed. L. E. Smith, bib- 
liog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Kec Kes Q 
35:54-61 D '64 
Timing of two simultaneous movements of 
arms and legs. M. E. Norrie. bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Kes Q 35:511-22 
D '64 
ARMED forces institute tests. See Tests of 

general educational development 
ARMISTICE day. See Veterans day 
ARMOR. See Arms and armor 
ARMS and armor 
Arms, equipment, and ceremonial vessels of 
the early Etruscan warriors. C. Hopkins, 
il Class J 60:214-19 F '65 
ARMY rejections. See Military service — Phys- 
ical and mental fltness 
ARMY specialized training program. See United 

States — Army — Education 
ARNIM, Ludwig Achim, von 

Several aspects of fire in Achim von Arnim's 
Der totle invalide. L. M. Washington and 
I. H. Washington. German Q 37:498-505 
N '64 
AROMATIC compounds 
Relative rates of electrophilic aromatic sub- 
stitution. J. Casanova, jr. J Chem Ed 41: 
341-2 Je '64 
ARRANGEMENT, Music. See Musical arrange- 
ment 
ARROGANCE in literature 
Hybris in Anouilh's L'hermine and La sau- 
vage. L. C. Stevens. French R 37:658-63 
My '64 
ART 
Art, artist, teacher and critic. A. S. Weller. 

U Art Ed 18:4-8 Ja '65 
On tiie relationships between art and gen- 
eral creativity: a biased history and projec- 
tion of a partial conquest. K. R. Beittel. 
Sch R 72:272-88 Autumn '64 
See also 
Architecture 
Arts and crafts 
Caricatures and cartoons 
Childrens art 

Christian art and symbolism 
Composition (art) 
Creation (literary, artistic, etc) 
Cubism (art) 
Design, Decorative 
Drawing 

Impressionism (art) 
Line (art) 
Painting 
Prints 
Sculpture 
■Symbolism in art 

Appreciation 
Art appreciation. See issues of Arts and 

activities 
Art appreciation and crafts teaching. J. B. 

Schultz. il Art Ed 17:12 N '64 
Art appreciation and integrated learning. 

A. N. Reynolds, il Art Ed 18:18-20 Ja '65 
Art appreciation in the elementary school. 

M. Gulick and C. F. Malone. Art Ed 17: 

12-14 O '64 
Indecent exposure. K. Marantz. bibliog Stud- 
ies Art Ed 6:20-4 Autumn '64 
Teaching museum. A. L. Freundlich. il Art 

Ed 18:18-20 F '65 
See also 
Aesthetics 
Art criticism 
Picture study 

Bibliography 
Books. See issues of School arts 
Books in review. See issues of Art education 



Collections 

Investment in aesthetics; artworks by Mich- 
igan teachers purchased, il Mich Ed J 42:5 
D '64 

Modest collection: engravings concerned with 
the subject of our schools, il Times Ed Sup 
2592:178 Ja 22 '65 

Plesch collections. G. L. Conran. il Times 
Ed Sup 2557:1422 My 22 '64 

Correlation with other subjects 

Art helps us read. F. Green, il Arts & Ac- 
tivities 57:17 F '65 

History comes alive through art. E. Brock- 
way, il Arts & Activities 57:39 Ap '65 

Many faces of mankind. B. 1. Forman. il 
Grade Teach 82:40-1-4- F '65 

Role of art as a subject correlator. R. D. 
Martin, il Arts & Activities 57:28-30 Mr '65 

Story of cultural understanding enrichment; 
Project CUE. R. M. Brown and G. N. 
Eacy. il N Y State Ed 52:6-7-1- N '64 

Teaching a foreign culttire: new help. M. M. 
Hamilton. French R 38:645-9 Ap '65 

Team teaching in the arts. R. D. Erickson. 
il J Ind Arts Ed 23:28-9 Ja '64 

Criticism 
See Art criticism 

Demonstrations 
Art and the artist: opening a door to the 

world of art. J. Bookbinder, il Art Ed IS: 

5-6 F '65 
Printmakers bring their art to school. L. 

Field, il Art Ed 18:7-9 F '65 

Exhibitions 
See Art exhibits 

Galleries and museums 
Art in Philadelphia. B. Wasserman. il Art 

Ed 18:30-3 Mr '65 
Art, Manhattan-style. S. K. Corwin. H Points 

47:58-60 F '65 
News and notes; ed. by B. Wasserman. See 

issues of Art education 
Teachmg museum. A. E. Freundlich. il Art 

Ed 18:18-20 F '65 
ISee also 
Chattanooga, Tennessee. George Thomas 

Htmier gallei-y of art 
United States — Department of the interior — 

Art gallery 

TForfc with children 
Christmas international; exhibit at the 
George Thomas Hunter gallery of art. 
T. E. Williams, il Childh Ed 41:361-2 Mr 
'65 

History 
Teaching 
Ai-t history: a lively lesson. C. Tindall. il 

Arts & Activities 57:6-12 F '65 
Teaching museiuii. A. L. Fretmdlich. il Art 
Ed 18:18-20 F '65 

Philosophy 
Art as a way of life. S. White, il Sch Arts 

64:5-8 F '65 
Arts in today's society. W. M. Lowry. Mus 

Educators J 50:28 Je '64 
Interview with Sister Mary Corita. V. Lanier. 

il Art Ed 18:10-14 F '65 
Mass media and John Dewey's liberalism. 

R. A. Smith. Ed Theory 15:83-93+ Ap '65 
Pragmatism in art. L. Rothschild. Teach 

Col Rec 66:492-7 Mr '65 
Precarious position of music. F. Bencriscutto. 

Mus Educators J 51:58+ Ap '65 
Statement on the concept of art, N. Vergette. 

il Sch Arts 64:24-5 D '64 
Symbols of a dream world. C. Polin. Mus J 

22:54+ S '64 
Works of art as humanistic inquiries. E. B. 

Feklman. Sch R 72:309-18 Autumn '64 

Psychology 
What is art for? R. Arnheim. Teach Col Rec 
66:46-53 O '64 

Social aspects 

See Art and society 

Technique 

See also 
Painting — Technique 

Themes 

Pitfalls lurk in seasonal art, R. Henkes. 
il Arts & Activities 56:6-10 O '64 
See also 
Animals in art 
History in art 
Music in art 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



43 



ART — Continued 

Therapeutic use 
See Art therapy 

Michigan 
Investment In aesthetics; artworks by Mich- 
igan teachers purchased, il ilich Ed J 
42:5 D '64 

United States 

Art pets the tag end of Friday. R. C. 

Osborn. il Am Ed 1:5-7 F 'GS 
Arts in Conpress. F. Thompson, jr. 11 Mus J 

22:27+ S '04 
Arts in today's society. W. M. Lowry. Mus 

Educators J 50:28 .Te 'B4 
Music as a source of knowledge. H. Taylor. 

Mus Educators J 51:35-84- S '64 
National council on the arts. Mus Educa- 
tors J 51:64 N '64 
Second look at art. D. Schultz. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 36:63-4 F '65 
ART, Abstract 
Abstract sculpture. J. Hadley. 11 Sch Arts 

64:12-14 Mr "65 
Spectacular news events motivate crayon ab- 
stracts. C. Bouchiilon. 11 Instr 74:91 Ja 
•65 
ART, American 
Art: the present condition. J. A. Schln- 
neller. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:ll- 
34 '65 
ART, Ancient 
Art of the ancient world; exhibition of Hlt- 
tite art and the antifiulties of Anatolia, 
il Times Ed Sup 2569:220 Ax 14 '64 
ART, Byzantine 
.See also 
Iron.s 
ART, Contemporary. See Modernism (art) 
ART. Etruscan 
Arms. ef|Uir)mftnt, and ceremonial vessel.^ of 
the early Etruscan warriors. C. Hopkins. 
II rin.«s J 00:214-19 F 'CZ 
ART, French 
Toachiiiif a foreign culture: new hf]p, M. M. 
Hamilton. French U 38:015-9 Ap "65 
ART, German 

Plc^rh collections. G. L. Conran. II Times 
Ed Sup 2557:1422 My 22 '61 
ART, Greek 
See nlao 
Vases. Oreck 
ART, Indian (American) See Indians of North 

Amerli-a — Art 
ART. Influence of. See Art thprapy 
ART, Japanese 
Art appreciation. M. Ray. 11 Instr 74:cover. 

14 1- O '64 
Jaimtio.se drawings. G. Barford. II Grade 

Toarh 82:. 11 O '64 
Master.-i of the Japanese print. I. F. Cypher. 
il Ed Screen Av O 44:47-8 Ap '65 
ART, Modernist. See Modernism (art) 
ART, Primitive 

Clay masks introduce primitive art. R. C. 
Florian and V. I... Klorian. 11 Arts & Ac- 
tivities 57:6-10 Mr '05 
ART, Religious. See Christian art and sym- 
bol Ism 
ART, Russian 
See also 
Icons 
ART and children. See Children and art 
ART and literature 

Children's storlf.s In sculpture (cent) 11 El 
.Sch J 65:74-5 N '64 
ART and music 
Symphonies recorded In color. B. Fernandez. 
II Arts & Activities 57:14-18 Ap '65 
ART and nature 

Every .surface has pattern or texture. R. Fer- 

ragallo. II Sch Arts 6.S:S-11 Je "64 
Expression throuch observation. A. Fredette. 

il Sch Arts 0J:22 O '64 
Summer to remember. F. Green. 11 Sch Arts 

64:14-16 S '64 
Trees are like pcot'le. . . G. J. Moody. 11 Arts 
& Activities 56:29-30 D "64 
ART and science 
Education and the Idea of mankind. E. W. 

Ei.sner. Sch R 73:30-47 Spr '65 
Fishy tale. J. Lerman. II Arts & Activities 

56:6-13 D '64 
Insects: art class. J. Moody. II Sch Arts 

64:35 F '05 
Non-scientific Insect mobiles. C. J. Alkema. 

il Sch Arts 64:10-1.1 N '01 
Science, research, and art; photographs. Art 

Ed 18:9-12 Ap '65 
Science ver.'^us arts: why must there be a 
controversy. N. C. Mohn. Am Mus Teach 
14:26-f- N '64 



ART and society 
Art as a way of life. S. White. U Sch Arts 

b4:o-5 r bo 

■^% in today's society. W. M. Lowry. Mus 

Educators J 50:28 Je '64 
Cotitemporary art and aesthetic education. 

H S. Broudy. Sch R 72:394-411 Autumn '64 
Crafts, society and the school provrram. R 

Day. Il Art Ed 17:4-6 N '64 
Do children have tinae for art? H. HefEeman. 

Grade Teach 82:53-1- Ap '65 
Second look at art. D. Schultz. J Health 

Phys Ed Rec 36:63-4 F 'Oo 
Social background of art education. R H 

Beck. N'at Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 ■pt2: 

1-10 6d 
ART and the state 

Arts in Congress. F. Thompson, jr. 11 Mus J 

22:27-i- S '04 
New federal educational program in the arts 

and humanities. K. Bloom, Mus Educators 

J 51:37-S-r Ja '65 

Great Britain 
Arts '65. Times Ed Sup 2597:605 F 26 '65 
ART as a profession 
WTio dare.'^ to cross my bridge? a hypothesis 
of recruitment. C. H. Larson, il Art Ed 
18:29-31 Ja 'C3 
ART centers 
Arts centre for Canada: CHiarlottetown. 

25^'6:r077^r)Tl''^64'''^*'- " "^"""^ ^^ ^"^ 
ART consultants. See Educational consultants 
ART contests 
Easels on the plaza; Park Forest. Ill 11 
El Sch J 05:290-9 Mr '65 
See alao 
International school art program 
ART criticism 

Art, artist, teacher and critic. A. S. Weller 

il Art Ed lS:4-8 Ja '65 
r*.' ' iclsm: a controversy. V. "W. 

, Jiv^ j;«,",'y- R- G- Salsselln. 

' ' ■ -ji dirferentlal criteria In the 

' : an emoirlcil study. G. D. Bem- 
iog U Studies Art Ed 6:31-48 

K' I'l.Liion of learning In art. R. C. Burk- 

hirt bibliog Art Ed 18:3-5 Ap '65 
Stn !•• t .irnl t.nobor interactions during 
- In art. L. H. Jones, 
„.' ' Ap -CS 

^ Hcliool art program. E. 

V >.iiin. .-.. -en i< 72:352-67 Autumn "64; 
Satn.- cond. Ed Digest 30:52-5 D "64 
ART education 
Nf'— ' ' - ' - ' "itionnl program In the arts 
K. Bloom. Mus Educators J 

O: ;. N. Vergotte. 11 Sch Arts 

04;2i; 1) •04 
Que.'«t|on.'« vou ask. A. A. D. Bautugarner. .See 

Issues of School arts through June 1964 
Second look at C. P. Snow. R. A. Smith. 

Art Kd 17:5-9 D '64 
Slxfv-fniirfh yearbook; pt. 2. Art education. 

>■ ' V for the study of educa- 

' ) I o .«oc. 

M' M.out art education. E. L. 

:.; > ... ..... .. Ool J 36:27-8 O '64 

Achievements, Student 
Conditions increasing aelf-reflectlve learning 
in art. R. C. Burkhart. 11 diags Sch Arts 
64:23-30 O '64 

Alms and objectives 
American education and the future of art 

education. E. W. Eisner. Nat Soc Study 

Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:299-325 '65 
Art and learning. F. D. HIne. II Calif Ed 1: 

11-12 My '64 
Art. artist, teacher and critic. A, S. Weller. 

il Art Ed 18:4-8 Ja '65 
Art education 1965. prospects and problems. 

J. J. Ilausman. 11 Sch Arts 64:7-11 Ap "65 
Art experience during early adolescence. 

J. A. Michael. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 

pt2:SC-114 '65 
Art for the economically and socially de- 
prived. J. K. McFee. Nat Soc Study Ed 

Yrbk 64 pt2:153-74 *65 
Art gets the tag end of Friday. R. C. 

Osborn. il Am Ed 1:5-7 F '65 
Australian visit. S. Black. 11 Sch Arts 64:31-4 

O '04 

Creativity In art has many faces. B. W. 

Eisner. II Chicago Sch J 45:311-18 Ap '64 

Indecent expo.'nire. K. Marantz. bibliog 

Studies Art Ed 6:20-4 Autumn '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ART education — ^Aims and objectives^ — Cont. 

Means and meaning in art education; sym- 
posium on the theme of the NAEA eighth 
biennial conference. Art Ed 18:3-12, 17-28 
Mr '65 

New way to successful self-expression. M. 
Levitt. Grade Teach 82:34-5-1- Ap '65 

Subiect matter of art. G. S. Wright, jr, il 
Sch Arts 04:37-8 D '64 ,, ^^ „ , 

What makes a good art teacher? M. K. Gerst- 
man. il Sch Arts 64:31-2 S '64 

Bibliography 

Books and audio-visual guide. I. E. John- 
son. See issues of Arts and activities 

Selected references on elementary-school m- 
struction; art, comp. by B. W. Eisner 
(cont) El Sch J 65:169-70 D "64 

Creative activities 
A is for aggregates. R. C.. Florian and 

V. L. Florian. il Arts & Activities 57:28-31 

Ap '65 ^ „.-,,, 

Art history: a lively lesson. C. Tindall. il 

Arts & Activities 57:6-12 F '65 ^ , . 

Cloth assemblage; new dimensions m fabric. 

M. Pappas. il Sch Arts 64:14-16 O '64 
From fins^^ers to brushes. B. Ash il Times 

Ed Sup 2597:584 F 26 '65 ., ^ ^ 

If vou use your noodle. E. Brockway. il Arts 

& Activities 56:34-5 S '64 
Ink experiments. C. H. Taylor, jr. il Sch 

Arts 64:29-30 S '64 ^ , .„ 

Non-scientiflc insect mobiles. C. J. Alkema. 

il Sch Arts 64:10-13 N '64 _ _^ 

Odd- ball scrap forecasts idea storm. E. W. 

Linderman. il Arts & Activities 56:35-6 D 

•64 
Toothpick structures. M. F. Tressler. 11 Sch 

Arts 64:12-14 Ap '65 

Versatile cardboard box. E. Madsen. il Arts & 

Activities 56:24-7 D '64 
"Versatile cutout. E. Madsen. 11 Arts & Ac- 
tivities 56:6-10 S '64 

Criticism 
Applied demolition: theory and technique; 
review of Educationists and the eviscera- 
tion of the visual arts, by D. B. Manzella. 
B. Ziegfeld. Art Ed 17:21-3-1- D '64 
To act as an artist. R. Haberer. 11 Sch Arts 
64:17-19 O '64 

Curriculum 

American education and the future of art 

education; art education today. E. W. 

Eisner. Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 64 pt2: 

307-15 '65 
Art education 1965, prospects and problems. 

J. J. Hausman. il Sch Arts 64:7-11 Ap '65 
Art experience during early adolescence. 

J. A. Michael. Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 64 

Pt2:86-114 '65 
Art for the adolescent. R. Silverman and V. 

Lanier. Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 64 pt2:115- 

52 '65 
Art in the schools: no fork in the road. G. 

Hubbard. Art Ed 17:10-12 D '64 
Curriculum for awareness. E. W. Linderman. 

il Art Ed 17:5-9 Je '64 

Evaluation 
Evaluation of learning in art. R. C. Burk- 
hart. bibliog Art Ed 18:3-5 Ap '65 

Graduate work 
Graduate study and the preparation of 

scholars in art education. B. W. Eisner. 

Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 64 pt2:274-98 '65 
Status: graduate programs in art education. 

E. Eisner. Art Ed 17:20-3 Je '64 

History 
American education and the future of art 

education; historical developments in art 

education. E. W. Eisner. Nat Soc Study 

Ed Trbk 64 pt2:299-307 '65 
Art education, 1940-64. J. S. Keel. Nat Soc 

Study Ed Trbk 64 pt2:35-50 '65 

Research 
Search for Mrs Minot: an essay on the 
caprices of historical research. R. J. Saun- 
ders. Studies Art Ed 6:1-7 Autumn '64 

Motivation 

Fishy tale. J. Lerman. il Arts & Activities 

50:6-13 D '04 
Jack wouldn't draw! D. Von Bargen. il Arts 

& Activities 50:26-9 N '64 
Pitfalls lurk in seasonal art. R. Henkes. il 

Arts & Activities 56:6-10 O '64 
Slow children learn to draw houses. D. Von 

Bargen. 11 Arts & Activitiea 56:25-7 Ja '65 



Slow cjitildren learn to draw themselves. D. 
Von Bargen. il Arts & Activities 56:19-21 
D '04 

Spectacular news events motivate crayon ab- 
stracts. C. Bouchillon. il Instr 74:91 Ja '65 

Projects 

All the children sculpture with wire. B. 
Sitts and M. Sitts. il Sch Arts 64:9-13 F 
'65 

Animal kingdom. M. Kerns. 11 Sch Arts 63: 
23 Je '64 

Art for every grade. M. J. Ellis. 11 Grade 
Teach 82:46-9 S '64 

Art for June, during vacation, and on to 
September, il Instr 73:91-5 Je '64 

Art project, burlap hangings. R. Emrich. 11 
Sch Arts 64:33 D '04 

Bas-relief mural. R. Moore. 11 Sch Arts 64:23 
N '64 

Beauty of paper prints. G. J. Moody. 11 Arts 
& Activities 55:16-18 Je '64 

Bits and pieces make this collage. J. Lid- 
stone, il Grade Teach 82:52-3 F '65 ' 

Book project. W. Bock, il Sch Arts 64:17-18 
N '64 

Bottle puppets. M. S. Gose. 11 Grade Teach 
82:30-7 D '64 

Bright colored mosaics froin magazine pages. 
A. L. Hyde, il Grade Teach 82:47 Ap '65 

Classroom uses for scrap containers. G. Wag- 
ner, il Instr 74:115 Mr '05 

Colored tissue craft. J. Armin. 11 Instr 
74:43 Ap '05 

Colorful classroom project; animated films. 
R. E. Wright, il Sch Arts 64:10-13 O '64 

Designing for transillumination. J. Lidstone. 
il Grade Teach 82:40-7 O '04 

Designing with braided crepe paper. J. Ar- 
min. il Instr 74:114 Mr '05 

End of the year art. il Instr 74:77-9 Je '65 

Everybody likes corrugated paper. R. L. 
Peck, il Instr 74:99 N '04 

First steps in animation. G. J. Moody. 11 
Instr 74:127 S '04 

Gyotaku Japanese fish printing. P. Green- 
berg, il Sch Arts 63:21-2 Je '04 

Hang an original on your wall; plaques 
from a slab of clay. B. Madsen. il Arts 
& Activities 57:20-3 Mr '05 

High adventure frozen in plaster. T. W. 
Knudsen. il Arts & Activities 50:22-4 N '64 

Johnny Appleseed. il Grade Teach 82:37 
Ap '05 

Leaded stained glass. Sister Mary Louise. 
11 Cath Sch J 65:40 Ja '65 

Let's bake bottles. K. K. Agee. il Arts & 
Activities 56:35 N '64 

New medium can motivate design. J. Armin. 
il Instr 74:94 Ja '65 

Of words and wheat paste; laminated paper 
project. M. Goblirsch. il Arts & Activities 
57:35-8 Mr '65 

Paper + paste -f- bottles = dolls. B. B. 
Brothers, il Arts & Activities 57:15 Mr '65 

Papier-mach6. J. Lidstone. il Grade Teach 
82:34-5 D '64 

Printmaking, a beginning experience. R. Fen- 
nell and B. Storm, il Sch Arts 64:27-9 N 
'04 

Stained glass, the paneless way. R. C. 
Florian. il Arts & Activities 56:10-19 N '04 

Things to make. See issues of Grade teach- 
er 

Tissue fantasies, like gossamer kites. R. C. 
Florian and V. L. Florian. 11 Arts & Ac- 
tivities 50:13-16 O '04 

Washout technique. M. D. Burbank. il Sch 
Arts 03:16-17 Je '64 

We made a movie without a camera. R. O. 
Florian. il Arts & Activities 56:31-3 D '64 

Toung artist. See issues of Arts and activ- 
ities 
See also 

Block printing 

Paper sculpture 

Posters 

Stencil work 

Psychology 

Art experience during early adolescence. J. 
A. Michael. Nat Soc Study Ed Trbk 64 pt2: 
86-114 '65 

Artist approach to art education. R. Henkes. 
il Art Ed 18:12-15 Ja '65 

Arts: sources for affective learning. D. E. 
Templeton. Ed Lead 22:465-8 Ap '65 

Examining values in the art of children. 
C. B. Kincaid. il Art Ed 17:15-17 O '64 

In-depth art teaching leads to new discov- 
ery. E. W. Linderman. il Arts & Activi- 
ties 57:39-40 Mr '65 



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45 



ART education — Continued 
Research 

American education and the future of art ed- 
ucation; research in art education. E. W. 
Eisner. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2: 
315-21 "65 

Case of action research. M. Hammerl. Mich 
Ed J 42:16-17 O '64 

Conditions increasine self-reflective learning 
in art. R. C. Burkhart. 11 diags Sch Arts 
64:23-30 O '64 

Dimensionality of differential criteria In the 
art product: an empirical studv. G. D. 
Bemheim. bibliOK il Studies Art Ed 6:31-48 
Autumn '64 

From paranoia to myopia: two extremes on 
the research continuum. D. E. Templeton. 
Art Ed 17:18-20 D '64 

From research and theory to teaching prac- 
tice. S. G. Wold and W. R. Hastie. Nat 
Soc Study Ed Yrblt 64 pt2:326-46 '65 

Stratesries of spontaneou.s. divergent, and 
academic art students. K. R, Beittel and 
R. C. Burkhart: reply with reioinder. L. H. 
Chapman. Studies Art Ed 6:25-30 Autumn 
■64 

Student and teacher interactions during eval- 
uative dialogues in art. L. H. Jones, jr. 
Art Ed 18:13-15 Ap '65 

Theory and research in art education. A. 
Efland. blbliog Studies Art Ed 6:8-13 
Autumn '64 

Two faces of research. H. E. Hoffa. Sch 
Arts 63:20 Je '64 

Subject matter 
Main street; a resource of architectural ap- 
preciation. C. E. Hlller. il Sch Arts 64:25-8 

S '64 
Plcap.''o was here. . . A. Matthews. 11 Arts & 

Activities 56:42-3 S '64 
Solids from paper: introducing students to 

architecture J. C. Vltale. il Sch Arts 64: 

23-4 S '64 

Summer programs 
Summer art workshop for high school stu- 
dents. S. Ka8.smun. il Sch Arts 64:18-22 Ap 

•65 
Summer to remember. F. Green, il Sch Arts 

64:14-16 S '64 

Supervision 
Role of the state art Hupervl.'»or: leadership 

and the improvement of instruction. W. J. 

Bealmer. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2: 

201-20 '65 
Supcrvi.slon in art and the Improvement of 

Instruction. R. G. Bcelkc. Nat Soc Study 

Ed Yrbk 64 pt2: 175-200 '65 

Teacher education 
8co Art loachors — Education 

Teachers manuals 
Art In the elementary schools. New York 
(city) Board of education, bibllog II NYC 
Bd Ed Curric Bui 1963-19C4 no8:157p 

Teachlna aids and devices 

Art appreciation and intoirrated learning. A. 
N. Roynold.q. II Art Ed 18:18-20 Ja '65 

Art, Manhaiian-style. S. K. Corwin. II 
Points 47:58-60 F '65 

From research and theory to teaching prac- 
tice. S. G. Wold and W. U. Hostle. Nat 
Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:326-46 '65 
See a/ao 

Television In art education 

Teaching methods 

DLscovery. S. Jones. 11 Sch Arts 64:23-4 Ap 
'65 

From research and theory to teaching prac- 
tice. S. G. Wold and W. R. Hastie. Nat 
Soc Study E.i Yrbk 64 pt2:32fi-4C '65 

Means and moaning In art educalion; sym- 
posium on the theme of the NAEA eighth 
biennial conference. Art Ed 18:3-12, 17-28 
Mr '65 

Role of the teacher. R. E. Dodson. Arts & 
Activities 55:24-6 Je '64 

Research 
Art student-teacher questioning. R. D. 

Clements, bibllog Studies Art Ed 6:14-19 

Autumn '64 
Art teacher classroom questioning. R. D. 

Clements. 11 Art Ed 18:16-18 Ap Ics 

Theories and principles 
Art education. 1040-64. J. S. Keel. Nat Soc 

Study Ed Yrbk 64 pl2:35-50 '65 
Artist approach to art education. R. Henkes. 
il Art Ed 18:12-15 Ja '65 



From research and theory to teaching prac- 
tice. S. G. Wold and W. R. Hastie. Nat 
Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:326-46 '65 

Game theory: an analytic tool for inquiry in 
art education. L. H. Chapman, il Art Ed 
18:19-22 Ap '65 

In-depth art teaching leads to new discov- 
ery. E. W. Linderman. il Arts & Activities 
57:39-40 Mr '65 

Means and meaning in art education; sym- 
posium on the theme of the NAEA eighth 
biennial conference. Art Ed 18:3-12, 17-28 
Mr '65 

Theory ajid research in art education. A. 
Eflajid. bibliog Studies Art Ed 6:8-13 
Autumn '64 

Value 

Art educator's essay on beauty. G. F. Gates, 
il Calif Ed 2:23 S '64 

Educating the emotions through art. N Y 
Soc E.\p Study Ed Yrbk 1963:34-6 

Examining values in the art of children. 
C. E. Kincaid. il Art Ed 17:15-17 O '64 

Indecent exposure. K. Marantz. bibllog Art 
Ed 6:20-4 Autumn '64 

Introduction to the arts in American educa- 
tion. E. W. Eisner. Sch R 72:239-41 Au- 
tumn '64 

Role of art in the education of inteilectuaJly 
gifted children. J. A. Ornsteln. N Y Soc 
Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1903:37 

Thoughts on the high-school art program. 
E. W. Ranneils. Sch K 72:352-67 Autumn 
'64; Same cond. Ed Digest 30:52-5 D '64 

Why ciiildrcns art? G. F. Gates. 11 Chiidh 
Ed 41:133-4 N '64 

Works of art as humanistic inquiries. E. B. 
Feldman. Sch R 72:3u9-18 Autunm '64 

Colleges and universities 
Colleges and the arts. P. Frankle. H Points 

46:4.')-S N '64 
EJxtra-cIassroom factors and formal instruc- 
tion in art and music: a case study. K 
Ikeda. Sch R 72:319-51 Autumn '64 

Elementary schools 
Art and loarnini,'. F. D. Iline. il Calif Ed 

in -TJ My '64 
Art n In the elementarj* school; ed. 

. 1 '.ockhart. II Art Ed 17:3-17 6 "64 

Ar; '1 for grndos K-8. M. Sheridan. 

ll t.l.Kl.- 1 . > ■■ ■ -,|, Q -g^ 

Art for the i. P. Johnson. Nat Soc 

Study Ed 'i 51 -S5 '65 

Bare trees ...,. ,.,..>. ate wintry scenes. 11 

Instr 74:92-3 Ja 6.S 
Comments and advioe from your counselors; 

art. I. K John.son. .See Is.suo.s of Instructor 
Crafts program in the elemejitary school. 

M ,.y .-^obrowolskl; H. Koenlg. Art Ed 17: 

1^ N r.\ 

In- ■ ntz. bibllog Studies 

P< de. P. Qreenberg. 

li .-'it I .VI i.-i 1 i 1 . -ji .-^ 1,1 

Subject matter of art. O. S. Wright. Jr. 11 

Sch Arts 64:37-8 D '64 
TTrbrin art i>rogram. P. Greenberg. II Sch 

Art.x r4:7-!« V ''"< 
Vcr.iatllp paint lirush. E, Madsen. 11 Arts & 

Activities 56:24-8 O '64 
Why childrtn's art? G. F. Gates, il Chlidh 

Ed 41:133-4 N '64 
Why teach art In the elementary school. B. 

Brothers. II Ky Sch J 43:24-5-1- D '64 

High schools 

Art for the adole.scent. R. Silverman and V. 
Lnnier. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2: 
115-52 '65 

Art for the high school students. M. F. An- 
drews. 11 Sch Arts 64:33-8 Ap '05 

Devolopment of aesthetic sensitivity. B 
Koinier. Mus Educators J 51:33-6 Ja "65 

DInx'tlonal line drawing for senior high school 
students. F. Snider. 11 Sch Arts 64:18-19 
Ja 'R5 

Thoughts on the high-school art program 
E. W. Ranneils. Sch R 72:352-67 Autumn 
"64: Same cond. Ed Digest 30:52-5 D '64 

Junior high schools 
Art cla.sses. M. W. Brown. II Sch Arts 63: 

24-8 Je '64 
Art education In the junior high school; ex- 

cerpt.s. National art education association- 

il Art Ed 17:33-6 D '64 
Art experience during early adolescence. J. 

A. Michael. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 

Pt2:86-114 '65 

Art of teaching fine arts. D. Campbell. II 

ni Ed 53:203-4 Ja '65 
Cardboard printmaking; junior highi .school. 

R. Sandstrom. 11 Sch Arts 64:27-8 D '64 



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ART education— Junior high schools — Gont. 
'^ Every surface has Pattern or texture R. Fer- 

rasallo. 11 Sch Arts 63:8-11 Je 64 
Line design with pen and ink; junior high 

school. K. Lakewold. il Sch Arts bi.6^ 

Mono -print prlntmaking. J. H. Casper, il Sch 

Arts 64:14-16 N '64 . „ 

New horizon for classroom painting. H. Horn 
and M. Slater, il Sch Arts 64:39-41 O 64 
Weaving; junior high school. K. Lakewold. 
il Sch Arts 64:33 Mr '65 

Nursery schools 
Tots take to tempera. J. Hatcher. 11 Arts & 
Activities 56:20 Ja '65 

Primary grades 
Children in our art center. E. J. Higgins. 
Instr 73:84 Je '64 

Second grades 
Second-grade study of Chagall, il Instr 73: 

274- Je '64 « ^ ,■ 

Australia 

Australian visit. S. Black, il Sch Arts 64:31-4 

Great Britain 
Art and craft in the British Prirnarv srfiool. 

J R Milsome. il Sch Arts 64:16-17 Ja 65 
From lingers to brushes. B. Ash. il Times Ed 

Sup 2597:584 F 26 '65 

Nigeria 
Tpnrhin°- art to the deaf in Nigeria. M. 
Yunghlns. il Volta R 66:275-9 My '64 

Texas 

March is children's art month. I. N. Wil- 
liams. Art Ed 18:29 F '65 
ART education associations 

See also . . ,. 

Illinois art education association 
National art education association 
New Jersey art education . as.sociation 
Oregon art education association 

^23d®ceramic international, il Sch Arts 64: 

TounI ^rti'sll exhibit. B. Segal. 11 Sch Arts 
64:38-9 Ja "65 
See also „ , ., .^. 
Childrens art— Exhibitions 

Elementary schools 
Art appreciation in the elementary school, 
M. Gulick and C. F. Malone. Art Ed 17: 

Bringing school art to the community. E. 
Troyer. il Art Ed 17:9-11 O 64 

High schools 
Abstract sculpture. J. Hadley. il Sch Arts 
64:12-14 Mr '65 

Great Britain 

Art of the ancient world; exhibition of Hit- 
tite art and the antiquities of Anatolia. 11 
Times Ed Sup 2569:220 Ag 14 '64 . 

Tohn White's Virginia; exhibitions in Lon- 
don, il Times Ed Sup 2551:900 Ap 10 '64 

S.S.C. work goes on display; photographs of 
students art work. Times Ed Sup 2577:592 
O 9 *64 

stone carvings: exhibition shows rubbings 
taken from early gravestones, il Times Ed 
Sup 2596:512 F 19 '65 ^ . 

Very English collection; R-^- winter ex- 
hibition, il Times Ed Sup 2587.1126 IJ IS 

Youth and age at the academy; paintings 
from the 1964 summer exhibition. Times 
Ed Sup 2554:1163 My 1 '64 
ART museums. See Art— Galleries and mu- 
seums 
ART oblficts 
Art appreciation in the, elementary school. 
M. Gulick and C. F. Malone. Art Ed 17: 
12-14 O '64 
ART patronage ^ ^ , t,-„ -o »r;«o. 

Art purchase awards at Columbia. E. Zieg- 
feld. il Art Ed 18:17 F '65 

ART rooms ^ j ■• „ 

Equipment and supplies 

iSee Art supplies 

ART schools ^ . „ .X ■ 

Great Britain 

Art college near heart of Canterbury, il 

Times Ed Sup 2587:1130 D 18 '64 
Practising art teachers; students may surfer. 

Times Ed Sup 2565:111 Jl 17 '64 
See also 
Royal college of art 



ART songs. See Songs 

ART students ,. . , 

Strategies of spontaneous, divergent, and 

academic art students. K. R, Beittel and 

R. C. Burkhart: reply with re.iomder. L. H, 

Chapman. Studies Art Ed 6:25-30 Autumn 

'CA 

ART supplies ,, ^ „ 

Art fabric: a new world to conquer. R. 

Hastie. il Arts & Activities 56:37-40 S 64 
Art materials are where you find them: ap- 
plicators used as brush substitutes. G.F. 
Gates, il Arts & Activities 56:19-21 S '64 
Challenging materials. M. Ray. U Instr 74:47 

My '65 . T-, T TT- • 
Children in our art center. E. J. Higgins. 

Instr 73:84 Je '64 ^ ^ „ ^ , a * 

Notes on art. P. Greenberg. il Sch Arts 

64:8-11 Mr '65 , ^ , . ^ „, 

Plastic paints. N. Roukes. II Sch Arts 64: 

20-4 F '65 

ART teachers , , ^ ^ . j. 

American education and the future of art 

education; art education today. E. W. 

Eisner. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:307- 

Art in the schools: no fork in the road. 

G. Hubbard. Art Ed 17:10-12 D '64 
Art specialist and the classroom teacher. 

R. J. Saunders, il Art Ed 17:4-7 O '64 
Education in art for art educators. F. M. 

Logan. Sch R 72:368-76 Autumn '64 
How special is the art specialist? J. S. 

Keel. Art Ed 17:7-84- O '64 
What makes a good art teacher? M. K. 

Gerstman. il Sch Arts 64:31-2 S '64 
Who dares to cross my bridge? a hypothesis 

of recruitment. C. H. Larson. 11 Art Ed 

18:29-31 Ja '65 
See also 
Mary Corita, Sister 

Certification 
Art education for elementary classroom 
teachers. National art education associa- 
tion. Special committee on art education 
for elementary classroom teachers. Art Ed 
17:18-20 Je '64 

Duties 
Role of the teacher. R. E. Dodson. Arts & 
Activities 55:24-6 Je '64 

Education 
Art education for elementary classroom 
teachers. National art education associa- 
tion. Special committee on art education 
for elementary classroom teachers. Art Ed 
17:18-20 Je '64 
Art education of elementary-school teachers. 
C. Mitchell. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 
pt2:221-42 '65 
Art student-teacher questioning. R. D. 
Clements, bibliog Studies Art Ed 6:14-19 
Autumn '64 
Education of an art teacher. W. R. Hastie. 
Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt2:243-73 '65 
Education of the teacher of art; symposium, 
with introd. by I. E. Johnson. Art Ed 17: 
4-23 Je '64 
Letters ; training of teachers In the elementary 
schools. L. P. Cooper. Sch Arts 64:47 Mr 
•65 
Preparation for teachers of related arts 
courses. L. C. Mitchell. Mus Educators J 
51:115-17 N '64 
To act as an artist. R. Haberer. 11 Sch Arts 

64:17-19 O '64 
Undergraduate training of an art teacher. 
F. R. Schwartz. Sch Arts 64:36-8 F '65 

Reseaj'ch 
Student teacher; six scales for evaluation 
and research. R. C. BaU. bibliog 11 Art Ed 
18:6-8 Ap '65 

Education In service 

Summer art school for classroom teachers. 

V. D'Amico. il Grade Teach 82:30-34- Ap 

'65 
To act as an artist. R. Haberer. 11 Sch Arts 

64:17-19 O '64 

Supply and demand 
Teacher supply and demand In art educa- 
tion. R. C. Maul. 11 Art Ed 17:24-7 D '64 
ART therapy 
Crafts for severely disturbed children. M. D. 
Lansing. Excep Child 31:421-5 Ap '65 
ART workshops 
Glass blowing In the classroom: workshop 
.'sponsored by Toledo museum of art C F. 
Gunther. 11 Sch Arts 64:29-32 Ja '65 
N.C.C.AE. In Cincinnati: third biennial 
workshop. II Sch Arts 64:30-1 Mr '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



47 



ART workshops — ConUnued 

Summer art school for classroom teachers. 
V. D'Amico. il Grade Teach S2:30-3+ Ap 
'65 

Summer art workshop for high school stu- 
dents. S. Kassman. il Sch Arts 64:18-22 Ap 
•65 

ARTHROPODA , . . ^ v... , , 

Studying microarthropods inhabiting leaf 
litter. J. G. Sioffolano, jr. il diag Am Biol 
Teach 20:519-24 N '64 
ARTHUR, King (romances, etc) 

Gedranc an<J zuht in Wolfram's Parztvdl. A. 
V. Jaffe. German Q 38:1.17-63 Mr '65 
ARTICULATION (education) 
Articulation between the primary grades and 
the junior high mathematics program. T. C. 
Gibney. Sch Sci & Math 65:125-31 F '65 
Changing school and college relation.=hip. R. 

Pearson. J Gen Ed 17:1-10 Ap '65 
Comparison of understandings of selected 
principles of phy.sics developed by students 
at three levels of in.-'truction. L. K. John- 
son. Sci Ed 49:123-6 Mr '65 
Foreign language curriculum: background 
and problems. R. L. Politzer. J Sec Ed 40: 
156-63 Ap '65 
High school, college articulation. C. W. Seay. 

Nat A.ssn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:57-61 S '64 
Home economics beyond the hieh srJipol. 
H. R. L.eHaron. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
48:73-9 D '64 
How to Improve a lagging curriculum! reports 
of the committees on articulation. National 
Catholic educational as.«»ociatlon. bibliog 
Nat Cath Ed A.ssn Bui 61:3-47 F '65 
Mathematics wi.<<e: high-school preparation 
for college chemistry. R. A. Webb. Sch & 
Com 50:14 My '64 
Needed: vertical articulation. R. E. Meyer. 

Ill Ed 53:202-3 Mr '65 
New program for the undergraduate prep- 
aration of pro.spectlve college teacher.s^ E. 
Geen. Col A: f'niv 40:298-300 Spr '65 
Terminal l)U.MlnP."<3 ."indent <tooka transfer 
from Junior college! B. O. Ralney. J Bans 
Ed 40:213-5 Mr '65 
Too little and too late. D. D. Walsh. Mod 
Lang J 49:82-5 F "65 
ARTICULATION (speech) 
Classroom teacher a ."speech teacher. P. M. 

Holllnt'sworth. Ed 85:270-3 .la '65 
Comparative study of sound substitutions 
u.iod by noiTn.al first grade children. K. 
Snow. Speech Mon 31:135-41 Je "64 
Effects of matornnl attitudes upon Improve- 
ment in articulation whon niotbers are 
trained to assist in spoe''h correction. It. K. 
Sonuners and others, bibliog J Speech & 
Hearing Dls 29:126-32 My '64 
Langnare dlsorder.s In childhood: contrcnltal 
Inarticulation. E. H. I.,ennebcrg. Har\'ard 
Ed R 34:163-7 Spr '64 
Rx for effect ive speech. M. W. Holt. Engl J 
54:128-9 F '05 
Sea also 
Tongue twisters 

Research 
Articulation and patterns of palatopharyngeal 
clo.-'ure. H. I.,, .shelfon. jr. and others, bib- 
liog J Speech K- Hearing Dls 29:390-408 N '61 
Clinical assessment of palatopharynceaJ 
closure. R. Li. Shelton. Jr. and others, 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dls 30:37-43 
F '65 
Comparative study of nonna! and defective 
articulation of /s/ as related to maloc- 
clusion and deglutition. J. D. Siibtelny and 
others, bibliog II J Speech & Hearing Dls 
29:209-85 Ag 'C4 
Longitudinal sttidy of artlciilatlon. degluti- 
tion, and malocclusion. Q. R. Jann and 
other.s. bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
424-35 N '64 
ARTICULATION tests. See Speech tests 
ARTIFICIAL satellites 

Communication applications 
Telstar and education. H. A. Ozmon, Jr. 11 
Va J Ed 68:20-14- Ap '05 

Orbits 
Gravity gradient attitude control. L. Epstein 
and J. Fairbanks, diags Sch Sci & Math 
65:20-4 Ja '65 

Tracking 

tilling high school algebra and geometry In 
Doppler satellite tracking. R. A. Thomp- 
son. Math Teach 58:290-4 Ap '65 
ARTIST Ir (periodical) 

Artist Jr. See issues of Art education Octo- 
ber 1964- 



ARTISTIC ability 
Can deficiency produce specific superiority; 

the challenge of the idiot savant. O. R. 

Lindsley. bibliog il Excep Child 31:225-32 

Ja '65 
ARTISTS 
Art and the artist: opening a door to the 

world of art. J. Bookbinder, il Art Ed 18: 

5-6 F '65 
Art. artist, teacher and critic. A. S. Weller. 

il Art Ed 1S:4-S Ja '65 
Creators. censors. censorship; fine arts 

censorship. J. Portnoy. Teach Col Rec 66: 

579-87 Ap '65 
Printmakers bring their art to school. L. 

Field, il Art Ed 18:7-9 F "65 
See also 
Creation diterarj', artistic, etc) 

also 
BrNTiner. T. 
Chacrall. M. 
DUrer. A. 
Matisse. H. 
Schultze, K. 
ARTISTS as teachers 
Artist .and teacher: interview with G. Pappas. 

il .^ch Arts 63:12-15 Je '64 
Interview with Sister Mary Corita. V. Lanier. 

il Art Ed lS:li)-l4 F '05 
Nicholas Verpette, artist-teacher. 11 Sch Arts 

04:21-3 D '04 
Practising art teachers: students may suffer. 

Times Ed Sup 2565:111 Jl 17 '64 
ARTISTS materials. See Art supplies 
ARTISTS models. See Models. Artists 

ARTS and crafts 

Art appreciation: American craftsmen. 11 
Arts & Activities 56:34-5 O: 20-1 N; 14-15 
D -64: 12-13 Ja: 67:18-19 F; 32-3 Mr; 20-1 
Ap '05 

Art: the present condition: crafts In a ma- 
chine n^e. J. A. Schinneller. Nat Soc Study 
T-M '• 1-2 '65 

Crn- disturbed children. M. D. 

\.:. '-hild 31:421-5 Ap '65 

Cra; 1 .. I...1.. MI the oleiniuitary school. M. 
S. i ".liirowoiski; H. Koenig. Art Ed 17:13 
X -04 

Craft J. society and the .school program. R. 
Day. II Art Ed 17:4-6 N '64 

Design a-H a common denotninator of the 
craft.s. S. Moseley. il Art Ed 17:8-11 N "64 

Element of franslucency In crafts. M. L. 
Walker. 11 Art Ed 17:18-194- N '64 

Second.ary school crafts: confusion and con- 
cepts; I>os AngelcM city schools publica- 
tion. Ouide« to crafts design. J. W. Cran- 
dall. Art Ed 17:7 N '64 
See nltio 

Appllau6 work 

I !•■ t it- 
Arts and crafts 

ork 
'Ilri..-. Ornamental 
Handicraft 
Jewelry 
Leather work 
l'!ipifr-mA.ch6 
Pottery 

Ui'i'ou.'^.'^i^ work 
.^ill< .';cTren printing 
A\ite .'^(•iilpturo 
Wood carving 

Teaching 

Art appreciation and crafts teaching. J. B. 

Schultz. II Art Kd 17:12 N "64 
When hooking Is painting. R. C. Florlan. 11 

Arts & Activities 57:32-4 F '65 

Canada 
Heritage of craftsmen, il Instr 74:60-1 Ap '65 

Great Britain 
Art and craft In the British primary school. 
J R. Mll.some. II Sch Arts 64:16-17 Ja '65 
Mnkers In the making. L. Hollamby. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2597::.S5 F 20 '05 
ASHEVILLE-Biitmore college. North Carolina 
Liberal arts laniriiage and literature program. 
N. E. Jarrard. Col Engl 26:397-8 F '65 
ASHLAND. Oregon 

Theater 
Oregon Shakespearean festival. A. Krelsman. 
J Gen Ed 16:50-4 Ap '64 

ASIA 

See also 
Enu'li.^h language In Asia 
Far East 

also subhead Asia under the following 
subjects 
Education 
Music education 



48 



EDUCATION INDEX 



A S I A — Continued 

Study and teaching 

See also 
Japan — Study and teaching 
ASIA, SOUTHEASTERN 
See also 
Cities and towns — Asia, Southeastern 
Conununism — Asia, Southeastern 
Population, Distribution of — Asia, Southeast- 
ern 

Bibliography 

Southeast Asia: an introduction to the liter- 
ature. D. V. Hart. Social Ed 28:461-9 D '64 

Commerce 

HiKhlightins: Southeast Asia's world trade. 
T. F. Barton. J Geog 64:88-9 F '65 

History 

Teaching 

Southeast Asia. M. L. Thomas. bibliOK Nat 
Council Social Studies Yrbk 34:360-83 '64 
ASIAN educators in the United States 

East-West cooperation in Hawaii. N. V. 
Lozare. Av Instr 9:313 Je '64 
ASPIRATION level 

Aspirations of alumnae for continuing edu- 
cation. J. Berry. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 27:197-8 Sum '64 

Boredom and fatigue in school children. P. 
Kailio. Ed Res 6:235-8 Je '64 

Counseling the marginal college-bound stu- 
dent. A. G. Rezler. bibliog Voc Guid Q 13: 
115-19 Wint '64/65 

Covai'iation of level of aspiration and adapta- 
tion level with other characteristics. R. K. 
Eyrnan. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
741-50 My '64 

Dispersion analysis and the search for edu- 
cational goals in college; migration among 
college majors. J. W. Cole and others, bib- 
liog J Ed Psychol 55:121-31 Je '64 

Educational programs based on student char- 
acteristics. L. W. Drabick. Ag Ed Mag 37: 
152-4 D '64 

Explorations and discourse on school failures. 
K. C. Cotter. Cath Ed R 62:169-82 Mr '64 

Family and peer influences in college plans 
of high school students. E. L. McDill and 
J. Coleman. Sociol of Ed 38:112-26 Wint '65 

Locus of control, test anxiety, reactions to 
frustration, and achievement attitudes. 
E. C. Butterfield. bibliog J Personal 32: 
355-70 S '64 

Notes on the vocational aspirations of the 
emotionally disturbed. D. A. Pool. Voc 
Guid Q 13:207-8 Spr '65 

Orientation of youth and futility in later 
years. H. H. Punke. Clearing House 39: 
3-7 S '64: Same cond. Ed Digest 30:38-40 
N '64 

Raising aspirations for youth. R. D. Strom. 
Cath Ed R 62:289-97 My '64 

Rational approach toward what we think we 
can do, and what we know we can do. R. B. 
Lockette. bibliog Sch Shop 23:154- My '64 

Student aspiration in North Carolina Negro 
high schools. L. W. Drabick. Ag Ed Mag 
37:258-9+ Ap '65 

Research 

Comparisons of the goals that parents of 

stutterers and parents of nonstutterers set 

for their children. R. Goldman and G. H. 

Shames, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 

29:381-9 N '64 
Meaningful learning and retention: non- 
cognitive variables: realistic learning goals. 

P. W. Jackson and N. Strattner. R Ed Res 

34:522-3 D '64 
Occupational and educational aspirations and 

delinquent behavior. G. J. Pine. Voc Guid Q 

13:107-11 Wint '64/65 
Research in other fields offers help for 

education. L. W. Drabick. bibliog Am Voc 

J 40:31-3 Ap '65 
Study of goal -setting behavior of parents of 

stutterers and parents of nonstutterers. R. 

Goldman and G. H. Shames. J Speech & 

Hearing Dis 29:192-4 My '64 
ASSEMBLIES 

High schools 
Are school assembly programs missing the 

boat? A. C. Hearn. Sch Activities 35:274 

My '64 

Assembly programs. See issues of School ac- 
tivities 

School bus safety with strings attached: as- 
sembly program on film. J. W. Mockus, il 
Safety Ed 44:8-10 Mr '65 



ASSEMBLY line methods 
Assembly line project. D. L. Vezzani. Instr 

74:37+ Ja '65 
Mr Cheam and the professor. D. Senesh. il 

Instr 74:56-7, 74 My '65 
ASSIGNMENTS, Lesson 
Assign homework in typing classes. I. H. 

Forkner. Bal Sheet 46:342-4 Ap '65 
Assignment slips, cure for absenteeism. B. J. 

Russo and L. Rueb. Wis J Ed 97:22-3 F 

'65 
How not to make an assignment. W. Van 

Til. NEA J 53:49-51 O '64 
Recitation period in mathematics. J. B. Or- 
leans. H Points 46:53-8 Je '64 
Upgrading assignments. H. Fleck. Prac Fore- 
cast 10:P33+ F '65 
Weekly assignment sheet. Sister Miriam. 

Cath Sch J 64:46 Je '64 
ASSISi Joaquim Maria Machado de. See Ma- 

chado de Assis, J. M. 
ASSISTANT masters association, England 
Assistant masters firm; no change for 

change's sake. Times Ed Sup 2590:57 Ja 8 

'65 
Concern for the person; A.M. A. in Brighton. 

F. Jeffery. Times Ed Sup 2589:15 Ja 1 '65 
ASSISTANT principals 

Powers and duties 
Assistant principal in the junior high school. 

E. D. Davis and J. Moore. Nat Assn Sec 

Sch Prin Bui 49:1-4 Ja '65 
Assistant principals in grade school. Sister 

Mary Gregory. Cath Sch J 64:103 S '64 
Role of the assistant principal. M. L. 

Michaels. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49: 

5-11 Ja '65 
Vice principal: educational leader or hatchet 

man? L. Hurley. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

49:12-14 Ja '65 
Vice-principal's duties in a school within a 

school. L. Shelton. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 

Bui 48:28-30 S '64 

Catholic schools 

Assistant principals in grade school. Sister 
Mary Gregory. Cath Sch J 64:103 S '64 

High schools 
Assistant secondary school principal. P. C. 

Wells and others. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 

Bui 49:15-22 Ja '65 
Vice-principal's duties in a school within a 

school. L. Shelton. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 

Bui 48:28-30 S '64 

Bibliography 
Bibliography: the assistant principal: comp. 
by P. C. Wells and others. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 49:23-5 Ja '65 

Junior high schools 
Assistant principal in the junior high school. 
E. D. Davis and J. Moore. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 49:1-4 Ja '65 

Texas 

Assistant principal in the junior high school. 

E. D. Davis and J. Moore. Nat Assn Sec 

Sch Prin Bui 49:1-4 Ja '65 
ASSISTANT teachers 
Helping teacher in Norfolk. E. L. Lamberth. 

Am Sch Bd J 149:16 S '64 
How would you like an assistant teacher? 

K. Newcomer. Sch & Com 50:23-4 My '64 
In defense of the graduate assistant. J. 

Overmyer. Col & Univ 40:125-31 Wint '65 
Preparation of college teachers of modern 

foreign languages: a conference report. A. 

T. MacAllister. Hispania 47:544-59 S '64 
Student interns: an aide to teachers. J. G. 

Barr. il Sch Mgt 8:70-1 N '64 

Education 
Teaching the teaching assistant. J. L. Hallo. 
Col Engl 26:226-8 D '64 
ASSISTANTS 
See also 
Administrative assistants 
ASSIUT university, Egypt 
Fringe benefit in Egypt; cataloging and clas- 
sification for Assiut university libraries. 
M. S. Rinehart. il Wilson Lib Bui 39:52-5 
S '64 
ASSOCIATE degree nursing programs. See 

Nursing education — Junior colleges 
ASSOCIATED colleges of the Midwest 
Argonne semester; an experiment in educa- 
tional cooperation. E. W. Phelan. J Chem 
Ed 41:668-9 D '64 
ASSOCIATED schools project. See United Na- 
tions educational, scientific and cultural or- 
ganization — Associated schools project 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



49 



ASSOCIATION (biology) See Symblosla 

ASSOCIATION (psychology) 

Implicit responses and the role of intralist 
similarity in verbal learning by normal and 
retarded subjects. W. P. Wallace and B. J. 
Underwood, bibliog J Ed Psychol 55:362-70 
D '64 

Laboratory studies of verbal learning. B. J. 
Underwood. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 
pt 1:133-52 '64 

Some principles of remedial Instruction for 
dyslexia. Is. D. Bryant. Read Teach 18:567- 
72 Ap '65 
See also 

Word association 

Research 

Associative processes of the mentally re- 
tarded: effects of selected background vari- 
ables. A. B. Silverstein and R. E. McEain. 
Am J Men DeHciency 69:440-5 N *64 

Word recall and associative clustering in 
mental retardates. R. A. Evans, bibliog Am 
J Men Deficiency 69:413-18 N '64 

Tests and scales 

Consistency of color as.sociations to syn- 
onymous words. H. S. Beck and A. M. 
Dunbar. J Ed Res 58:41-3 S '64 
ASSOCIATION for childhood education inter- 
national 

ACEI Plan of action for children. 1964-1D67. 
Childli Ed 41:138-9 N '64 

Childhood education center activities: pho- 
tographs. Childh Ed 41:418-19 Ap '65 

Meetings, 1965 
1965 ACEI study conference, il Childh Ed 41: 

143-4 N "64 
1965 ACEI study conference, April 18-23, New 
York city: preliminary program. Childh Ed 
41:187-:t4 I) '04 
1965 ACEI study conference, general session 
speakers: portraits. Childh Ed 41:311 F '65 
ASSOCIATION for counselor education and 
supervision. See American personnel and 
Kuidanco association — Association for coun- 
solor ^duration and supervision 
ASSOCIATION for higher education 
Meetings, 1964 
Oleaninjjs from Conference on higher educa- 
tion, Chlcawo, April 19-22. 1964. Cath Sch J 
64:102 S '64 
ASSOCIATION for science education, England 
Delay the first choice; A.S.E. in I^ondon. 

Tiine.H Ed Sup 25S9:12 Ja 1 '65 
Lure of technology. Times Ed Sup 2590:54 
Ja S '65 
ASSOCIATION for student teaching 
Preparation of teachers and the Association 
for student teaching. D. E. Crltchlow. Mont 
Ed 41:.'!.'t-5 F '65 
ASSOCIATION for supervision and curriculum 
development 
Role of .'iupervl.sor and curriculum director 
In a climate of change; yearbook 1965; ed. 
by R. R. I^eeper. ITOp $4.50 "65 The a-^sn. 
Who are ASCD members? M. QUI. Ed Lead 
22:47+ O '64 

Meetings, 1965 
Test program opposed. Mich Ed J 42:19 Ap 
•65 
ASSOCIATION for technical education in 
schools. England 
TechnioAl currlcuhim; new association formed. 
Times Ed Sup 2552:986 Ap 17 '64 
ASSOCIATION of American colleges 
Academic freedom and tenure; 1940 state- 
ment of principles. AAUP Bui 60:251-2 

5 '64 

Remarks of incoming president. C. Davidson. 

Liberal Ed 51:147-9 Mr "65 
Report of board of directors. Liberal Ed 

51:124-30 Mr '65 

Report of president. T. A. Distler. Liberal 

Ed 51:140-6 Mr '65 
Responsibilities of standing commissions. 

Liberal Ed 51:131-2 Mr '65 

Meetings, 1965 
Minutes of the 51st annual meeting: St 
Louis. Jan. 12-14. 1965. Liberal Ed 51:150- 

6 Mr '65 

Commission on academic freedom 
and tenure 
Commission on academic freedom and tenure. 
H. Borton. Liberal Ed 51:100-1 Mr *65 



Commission on Christian higher education 
Commission on Christian higher education. 
H. E. Dunn. Liberal Ed 51:103-4 Mr '65 

Commission on college finance 
Commission on college finance. S. G. Um- 
beck. Liberal Ed 51:105-7 Mr '65 

Commission on faculty and staff benefits 
Commission on faculty and staff benefits. 
J. D. Brown. Liberal Ed 51:108 Mr '65 

Commission on International under- 
standing 
Commission on international understanding. 
J. R. Murray. Liberal Ed 51:109-12 Mr '65 

Commission on legislation 
Commission on legislation. C. N. Ellis. 
Liberal Ed 51:113-18 Mr '65 

Commission on liberal education 
Commission on liberal education. H. F. 
Lowry. Liberal Ed 51:119 Mr '65 

Commission on professional and 
graduate study 
Commission on professional and graduate 
study. L. W. Norris. Liberal Ed 51:120-1 
Mr '65 

Commission on teacher education 
Commission on teacher education. F. W. 
Ness. Liberal Ed 51:122 Mr '65 

Commission on the arts 
Commission on the arts. G. C. Simpson. 
Liberal Ed 51:102 Mr '65 
ASSOCIATION of American wives of Euro- 
peans 
As.><ociation of American wives of Europeans 
French K 38:6s2-4 Ap '65 
ASSOCIATION of California County super, 
intendents of schools 
California County superintendents' associa- 
tion initiates Project mathematics. F. C. 
Beyer. Arith Teach 11:354 My '64 
ASSOCIATION of chief state school audio- 
visual officers 
i:.\paiullng (ictlvitles of ACSSAVO. H. C. 
Ihiiirk. jr. il Av In.-itr 9:4S1 S '6\ 

ASSOCIATION of college and research libraries 
Junior college libraries section 
Committee on instruction atid use 
Library handbook standards: students and 
faculty; report of survey, A. H. (Griffith. 
II Wilson Lib lUil 3l»:475-7 F •ti5 
ASSOCIATION of education committees, Eng- 
land 
Leave us the training colleges; A.E.C. criti- 
cize Robblns. Times Ed Sup 2563:22 Jl 3 '64 
Starting at six; nursery centres earlier. 
'I'iine.s Ed Sup 2.'>60: U".38 Je 12 '64 
ASSOCIATION of head mistresses, England 
Unlveriwil coeducation? headini.siresses con- 
fer, il Times Ed Sup 2560:1638 Je 12 '64 
ASSOCIATION of heads of secondary technical 
schools. England. See Association for tech- 
nionl tiliir.itlon In schools 
ASSOCIATION of Ideas. See Association (psy- 

cholokiy I 
ASSOCIATION of nations. See International 

federation; Internationail organization 
ASSOCIATION of school business officials of 
the United States and Canada 
Proceedings; forty-ninth annual meeting and 
educational exhibit. Denver. November 3-8, 
1963; theme: Attaining new peaks of ef- 
ficiency in school busines.s management; ed. 
by C. W. Foster. 472p bibliog il map plans 
diags $5 '64 The assn. 
San Francisco story; salute to ASBO. il Am 
Sch & Univ 37:29-30 O '61 

Meetings, 1964 
Business officials adopt specific accounting 

firlnciples for districts; 50th annual meet- 
ng, San Francisco. October 17-22. Nations 
Sch 71:44 D '64 
Rafferty tells business offlcIaJs to get better 
understanding of education program. Am 
Sch &L Univ 37:13-14 D '64 

Professionalizatlon and certification 
research committee 
Report of the ASBO professional ization and 
certification research committee. J. E. 
Crews. Assn Sch Bsns Offlcials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:218-23 '63 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



ASSOCIATION of teachers In technical In- 

stitutions, England ^. rr,- 

AT T.I. expansion: Blackpool meeting. Times 

Ed Sup 2557:1438 My 22 '64 . 
Getting- in first; A.T.T.I. on salaries. Times 

Ed Sup 2579:710 O 23 '64 
Ignorin£? community needs: A.T.T.I criticize 

Robbins Times Ed Sup 2555:1268 My 8 '64 

ASSOCIATION of university evening colleges 

Address to Association of university evening 

collesjes: cooperation between A.U.Ii/.C ana 

N.U.'E.A. C. L. Winters, jr. Adult Lead 13: 

49-50 Je '64 
ASSOCIATION of university teachers, Eng- 

A.u"t. at Cambridge. Times Ed Sup 2588: 
1171 D 25 '64 
ASSOCIATIONS . . ^ ^ ^ , . . ^ 

National organizations: statements of Inter- 
est in the hearing aid and its user. Volta R 
66:767-79 D '64 
See also 

American hearing society . 

American speech and hearing association 

Athletic associations . . 

Michigan education home association 

Professional bookmen of America 

Trade associations 

youth serving organizations 

Directories 

Directory of organizations in America, of 
and for the deaf. Am Ann Deaf 110:159- 
66 Ja '65 . ^ . ^. 

Guide to agencies and organizations con- 
cerned with exceptional children. Excep 
Child 31:34-42 S '64 
ASSOCIATIONS, Educational 

Current report on state school board associa- 
tions. S. M. Grobman. Am Sch Bd J 149: 
15-lR D '64 , .. V- 

Educational establishment; comrnents by- 
educators. Phi Delta Kappan 46:190-4 D '64 

Educator's professional alphabet. Pa Sch J 
113:112+ N '64 

Evaluating a professional association. A. 
Unruh. Sch & Com 51:14-15+ Ap '65 

Evaluative criteria for association structures; 
report. American association for health, 
phvsical education, and recreation. Com- 
mittee to develop evaluative criteria for 
association structures. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:10+ F '65 

How sinister is the education establishment? 
D. W. Robinson. Ed Digest 30:1-4 Ap '65 

It's time to reappraise A.A.S.A. A. H. 
Rice. Nations Sch 75:47-52 P '65 

Threshold to the profession. D. M. Sharpe. 
NEA J 54:33-5 Ap '65 
See ulso 

Accrediting associations 

Business education associations 

Conferences and conventions, Educational 

Illinois education association 

Kentucky education association 

Minnesota education association 

Missouri state teachers association 

Montana education association 

New York state teachers association 

Ohio education association 

Oklahoma education association 

Parent-teacher associations 

Pennsylvania state education association 

Principals associations 

Teachers associations 

Utah education association 

Virginia education association 

Wisconsin education association 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
See also 
Deutsche gesellschaft fiir erziehungswlssen- 
schaft . . 

Great Britain 
Classes and teachers again; Confederation 
for the advancement of state education. 
Times Ed Sup 2575:464 S 25 '64 
To help the teacher. Times Ed Sup 2586: 
1080; 2587:1125 D 11-18 '64 

Russia 

Popular education in the U.S.S.R; All-union 
Znanie association. V. Popkov. il Int J 
Adult Youth Ed 16 m> 1:33-9 '64 

Scotland 
Charter for teachers; Scotti.sh bill before 

Commons. Times Ed Sup 2588:1166 D 25 

•64 
Controlling their future; teachers' council. 

W. M. Dewar. Times Ed Sup 2560:1618 Je 

12 '64 



ASSOCIATIONS, International 

Non- governmental links across national 
frontiers. G. P. Speeckaert and E. S. Tew. 
Year Book of Ed 1964:385-404 
World voluntary organizations with educa- 
tional aims. H. R. King. Year Book of Ed 
1964:412-31 
See also 
International schools association 
Union of international associations 
World federation of education associations 
ASSOCIATIONS, Library. See Library associa- 
tions 
ASSOCIATIONS, Professional 

Here are organizational standards profes- 
sional groups should meet. A. H. RicBr 
Nations Sch 75:51-3 F '65 ^ ^^ 

It's time to reappraise A.A.S.A. A. H. 

Rice. Nations Sch 75:47-52 F '65 
Securing competent instructional leaders; 
roles of professional organizations. H. T. 
Shafer and G. N. Mackenzie. Assn Sup 
& Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:85 
Trends in publications of societies and asso- 
ciations. H. F. Mathis and L. R. Mathis. 
Voc Guid Q 12:179-81 Spr '64 
See also 
Teachers associations 
ASTRONOMICAL instruments 
See also 
Telescopes 
ASTRONOMY 
See also 
Earth 
Planetaria 
Radio astronomy 
Stars 

Bibliography 
New books for the high school science 
shelf, seventh series: 1964; adventure and 
exploration. L. Panush. Sch Sci & Math 
65:300-2 Ap '65 

Teaching 

High schools 
Planetarium opens new world of science to 
students in Fairfax County. E. C. Funder- 
burk. il Va J Ed 57:26-7 My '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Planetariums: an evaluation. F. M. Branley. 

Sci Teach 31:18-19 O '64 
Suggestions for the overhead projection of 

constellations. P. Kavanah. Sci Teach 31: 

39+ N '64 

Textbooks 

Look at the University of Illinois astronomy- 
materials. J. F. Ne-WDort. Sch Sci & Math 
65:145-7 F '65 
ATHEISM „ , „ 

Crisis in Soviet atheistic instruction. Sch & 
Soc 92:223 Sum '64 

Thwarting the anti- evolution movement In 
Arizona. L. Lisonbee. Sci Teach 32:35-7 
F '65 
ATHENS, Ancient 

Study and teaching 

Some thoughts on becoming an Athenian; 
eighth-grade social studies class in Athen- 
ian life and thought. T. R. Yeomans. 
Class J 60:253-5 Mr '65 
ATHENS, Georgia 

Whitehead Road school 

Georgia's first wood school, il Am Sch & 
Univ 36:47 Ag '64 
ATHERTON, California 

Menlo-Atherton high school 

Formation of a gifted-student research group; 
Menlo-Atherton scientific society. H. K. 
Wong, il Sci Teach 31:25+ D '64 
ATHLETES 

Close look at our Olympic problems. B. 
Hoffman. Athletic J 44:56+ My '64 

Effect of altitude on athletic performance. 
J. Cervantes and P. V. Karpovich. Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt2: 
446-8 O '64 

Expressed attitudes of various groups of 
athletes toward athletic competition. W. L. 
Lakie. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
35:497-503 D '64 

Health services in the athletic program. J. 
Gray. Sohol Coach 34:122-4 S '64 

Is there danger in Tokyo? il Times Ed Sup 
2578:652 O 16 '64 
See also 

Baseball players 

Ba.=^ketball players 

Football players 

Hockey players 

Wrestlers 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



51 



ATH LETES — Continued 

Nutrition 
Effect of eating at various times upon sub- 
sequent performances in the one-mile run. 
G. M. Asprey and others. Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:227-30 O '64 

Personality 

Personality and intellijience characteristics of 
selected high school athletes and nonathle- 
tes. H. S. Slusher. bibliop Am A.ssn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Kes Q 35:539-45 D '64 

PsycholoKicaJ dii'ieiencfes bet'.s-een athletes 
and nonparticipants in athletics at three 
educational levels. J. Schendel. bibliorr Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 36:52-67 
Mr -65 

Ratmg 

Baseball scorebook tabulator will evaluate 
the nine best players. T. A. Petroff. diajt 
Athletic J 45:88-9 Mr '65 

Quick and easy method of player evaluation. 
A. Black. Athletic J 45:7U-|- Mr '65 

Scholastic achievements 
High school athletes are brighter. R. M. 
Eidsmoe. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:53-4 My 
'64 
Trends in intercollegiate athletics. R. F. 
Ray. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:21-2-f- Ja 
'65 

Training 

Adapting interval training to other sports. 

K. Terry. dia;r.s Athletic J 45:60 N '64 
Championship performance In the balanr.j. 

W. H. OX;onnor. il Schol Coach 31:7 4- 

Ap '65 
Characteristics of in-water training. L. 

Young. Schol Coach 34:64-f- S '64 
Circuit training for track and field. J. F. 

Warner. Athletic J 45:46-7 F '65 
Coaching the 880 relay. A, Eck. 11 Athletic J 

45:62-1- Mr '65 
Coaching the quarter-mllers. Q. Clohecy. 11 

Athletic J 45:294- Ap 'Ca 
Conditioning and agility work. B. Pickford. 

dlag Athl.HIc J 4.-:iS-4- Ap '65 
Conditioning program for baseball. J. A. 

Jiendcr and others. Athletic J 45:52-+- Mr 

'65 
Defensive drills for developing fielding skills. 

K. Q. Ketcham. 11 dlag Athletic J 45:324- 

F '65 
Developing a 193-4 discus thrower and a 

61-2 1/4 shot putter. K. Shannon. II Schol 

Coach 34:16-174- Ap '65 
Distance running In high school. O. Antone. 

Athletic J 45:54 F '65 
Effects of isometric training on vertical 

Jumping. J. R. Uall and others, bibllog II 

Am A8.«n Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 

pt l:2:n-5 () •♦•,! 
Effects of various training programs on run- 
ning speed. O. H. Dliitlman. Am A.^.-sn 

Health I'h.vs Ed Uec Res Q 3:^:456-63 I> •M 
Evaluation of isometric strength gains. \V. H. 

Morgan, bibllog 11 Schol Coach 33:504- My 

'64 
Exercise program for throwing velocity. J. 

Ralley. 11 Schol Coach 34:74- F '65 
Goal: four-minute mile; Jim Ryun's train- 
ing program, li. TImmon.M. 11 Schol Coach 

34:2S4- An '65 
Holl.sfic training^ K. Doherty. 11 Schol Coach 

34:17-184- N: .^0-24- I) '64 
Increasing running .speed through flexibility 

and weight-training programs. O. B. Dlntl- 

nmn. bibllog Schol Coach 34:40-34- F; 584- 

Mr '65 
Individual and group workouts. W. V. Lutl. 

Schol Coach 34 53 Mr '65 
Indoor baseball drills. W. Koval. Schol Coach 

34:76-8 Ja '65 
Indoor ba.seball drills for .small gymnasiums 

E. E. Sundt. diags Athlotlc J 45:244- Ja '65 
Methods of hinh school lin.skotliall condition- 
ing. P. M. Knker. il Athletic J 45:42-f- O '64 
Olympic games and their influence upon phys- 
ical education. E. H. Clark. J Health Phys 

Ed Rec 35:23-5-f S '64 
Overload principle In swimming conditioning. 

E. W. Magli.-^cho. Schol Coach 34:66-f- S '64 
Physiological, psychological aspects of mara- 
thon training for distance runners. N. C. 

Lumlan and V. F. Krumdick. Athletic J 

45:684- Ap '65 
Post -practice conditioning drills for football. 

J. W. Durham, diags Athletic J 45:22-f Ja 

'65 
Preparation for the broad Jump. J. U. Stein. 

11 Schol Coach 34:224- Mr '65 
Pre-season weight program for the shot. 

dl.scus. and Javelin throw. W, H. Hlllman. 

U Schol Coach 34:48-51 D '64 



Progressive pace training. H. Moore and D. 

Geser. il Schol Cosuih 34:464- Mr '65 
Ralph Boston's unique training exercise. U 

Athletic J 45:50 Ap '65 
Resistance exercise tailored to fit the Javelin 

thrower. A. L.. Dickinson. U Athletic J 

45:32-^ Mr '65 
Shot putting isometrically with the rut. B. 

Wall, il Athletic J 45:82-3-f- Mr '65 
Solution: isometrics. H. Richey. Athletic J 

45:4S-9 N '64 
Step up the hurdle interval. W. L. Ross. 

Athletic J 45:664- Ap '65 
Summer conditioning program for football. 

W. D. McHenry. Athletic J 44:34-6 Je '64 
Swimming program of California hivrh school 

coaches. D. Slee. Athletic J 45:34-!- Ap "65 
Testing for football fitness. C. E. Piper, Jr. 

diags Athletic J 45:344- Mr '65 
Timed and untimed workouts for the mile. F. 

Nixon. Schol Coach 34:44 F '65 
Training for the decathlon. B. L<awson. Schol 

Coach 34:294- D '64 
Training for the decathlon. R. Wotruba. 

Athletic J 45:304- Mr '65 
Training the 440 yard sprinter. R. L. Marsh. 

Schol Coach 34:174- F '65 
Training the H.S. quartermiler. K. Gibson. 

il Schol Coach 34:244- Ap '65 
Twice-a-day training program. B. Lawson. 

11 Schol Coach 34:304- Mr '65 
Winter conditioning protrram for athletes. 

B. Thompson. Athletic J 45:54-6 N '64 

Warming up practices 
Effect of actively Increased muscle tempera- 
ture on local muscular endurance. A. W. 
Sedgwick, bibllog 11 Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Rec Res Q 35:532-8 D '64 
Effect of attitude toward warm-ups on motor 
performance. J. L. Smith and M. F. Bozy- 
mowski. bibllog Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Roc K>>s Q 36:78-85 Mr '65 
I'r«--»:aiii<' warm-up drills. E. G. Van Buren. 

diag." Athletic J 45:164- N '64 
Pre-pame warm-up for baseball. V. Messina, 
Athletic J 45:97 Ap '65 
ATHLETIC ability. See Physical ability 
ATHLETIC ability tests. See Physical ability 

tests 
ATHLETIC associations 

DGWS cooperates with national sports organ- 
Ization.s. K. Cniwford. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:254- Ja '65 
State athletic a.««.Koclatlon entitled to enforce 
rules of eligibility without Interference 
from the courts. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 
irj:l7-lS Ag '64 
ATHLETIC clubs 

Sports-club organization. D. O. Matthews. 
Schol Coach 34:50-3-f- Ja '66 
ATHLETIC directors. See Coaches and coach- 
ing <athletlcs> 
ATHLETIC fields 
Frustrated by lack of facilities. R. Newton. 

11 Times Ed Sup 2595:420 F 12 '65 
Hard turf problems softened. H. Wilcox, diag 

Am Sch Bd J 150:39 F '65 
How to mako the Krass greener. Nations Sch 

75:26 Ja '65 
Pavements: past, present and future. K. N. 
Cundall. diags Am Sch Bd J 150:40-1 F '65 
Preparing the ba.seball field. P. Daugherty. 

11 Schol Coach 34:384- Ja 65 
Safer athletic fields. A. Kirby. il Am Sch 
Bd J 148:21-2 Je '64 
ATHLETIC Injuries. See Sports — Accidents and 

Injuries 
ATHLETIC managers 
Basketball managers; a key to organization 
success. C. J. Kowalk. 11 Athletic J 45;28-f- 
S '64 
ATHLETIC record forms 
Quick and easy method of player evaluation. 

A. Black. Athletic J 45:70-f Mr '65 
Statistical and chart data: advantages and 
disadvantages. W. F. Case. Athletic J 45: 
124- O '64 
Thorough scouting reports with a small staff. 
A. Black, diags Athletic J 45:72-1- S '64 
ATHLETIC teams 
Si-iJ also 
Ba.^kotliall teams 
Football teams 
ATHLETIC tracks 

Making all-weather surfaces more meaning- 
ful. E. A. Gagnon. 11 Athletic J 45:40-1 Ja 
'65 
ATHLETIC trainers 
See also 
Coaches and coaching (athletics) 



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ATHLETICS 

Athletics and the pursuit of excellence. J. 

W. Keatinc:. Ed 85:428-31 Mr '65 
Do-it-vourself publicity. P. Kagan. Schol 

Coach 33:20+ Je '64 
Electros'oniometric study of locomotion and 

of some athletic movements. P. D. Gollniclt 

and P. V. Karpovich. biblioff diass Am 

Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt2: 

357-69 O '64 
Health in physical education and athletics; 

ed. by J. H. Shaw. See issues of Journal 

of school health 
See also 
P.al 1 frames 

Coaches and coaching (athletics) 
Olympic games 
Physical education 
Professionalism in sports 
Sports 
Swimming 
Tournaments 
Track and field athletics 
Wrestling 

Administration 

Does sports equipment require a manager? 

B. R. Costing. Nations Sch 73:92 My '64 
Health services in the atliletic program. J. 

Gray. Schol Coach 34:122-4 S "64 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 
Court in the act! a comedy of terrors and 

errors. R. M. Allen. Schol Coach 34:G6-7 

N '64 

Bibliography 
Books and bulletins. See issues of Journal 

of health, physical education, recreation 
New books. See issues of Athletic journal 
New books on the sport shelf. See issues of 

Scholastic coach 

Equipment 
Build vour own indoor vaulting box. H. 

Greer, il Schol Coach 34:44-1- Ja '65 
Does sports equipment require a manager? 

B. R. Costing. Nations Sch 73:92 My '64 
Low-cost, foam-rubber pit. A. Kiess. 11 Schol 

Coach 34:18+ Ja '65 
More safety for vaulters. W. J. Bowerman. 

11 Athletic J 44:72 My '64 
New equipment. See issues of Scholastic 

coach 
New Items in equipment and Ideas. See issues 

of Athletic journal 
19G4 buyer's guide to sports eqvtipment and 

services for high schools and colleges. Schol 

Coach 33:sup 1-24 Je '64 
No more guessing in fiberglass vaiilting. T. 

Ecker. 11 Athletic J 45:36+ Mr '65 
Products parade. See Issues of Journal of 

health, physical education, recreation 
Resistance exercise tailored to fit the 

javelin thrower. A. L. Dickinson. 11 

Athletic J 45:32+ Mr '65 
Upper glass pole vaulting. W. Yelverton. 11 

Schol Coach 34:14-15+ Ap '65 
See also 
Football— Equipment 

Medical aspects 

See Sports medicine 

Motivation 

Motivation for track and field athletics. R. T. 
Kressler. Athletic J 45:46-7 Ja '65 

Point systems 

Scorekeepers vs first nrlnciples. C. A. Bucher. 
J Plealth Phys Ed Rec 35:28-9+ S '64 

Research 

Understanding the learning process. R. N. 
Singer. Athletic J 45:52-3+ N '64 

Rules and regulations 

State athletic association entitled to enforce 
rules of eligibility without interference 
from the courts. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 
149:17-18 Ag '64 

Score cards 

Grading your football films. D. Fuoss. 11 

Schol Coach 34' 62-5+ .Ta '65 
Tennis score card. E. Lindsay. Athletic J 44: 

70 My '64 



Track and field 

See Track and field athletics 

Value 

Athletics for elementary-school youth; a med- 
ical viewpoint. T. E. Shaffer. TIP 3:95-7 
Je '64 

Charley horse of recreation and physical edu- 
cation. L. L. Miller. 11 J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:28-30+ Ja '65 

Critical issues in physical education and ath- 
letics. R. Cassidy. J Health Phys Ed Rec 
35:16-17 Je '64 

Heart of the problem of amateur athletics. 
J. W. Keating. J Gen Bd 16:261-72 Ja '65 

Moral and spiritual values in athletics. J. 
Brown. Schol Coach .■M:114-17+ S '64 

Our coaching profession. C. H. Moser. Athle- 
tic J 45:34+ F '05 

Secondary-school athletic programs: detri- 
mental or developmental? E. L. Vernier; 
P. M. Scott. 11 TIP 3:98-104 Je '64 

Colleges and universities 
Health services In the athletic program. J. 
Gray. Schol Coach 34:122-4 S '64 

High schools 
Do you have a well-rounded athletic pro- 
gram? E. Hughes. Athletic J 45:26+ Mr 

'65 
Gymnastics for the body and music for the 

soul. J. V. Summers. Sch Musician 36:58 

Ja '65 
Here's exemplary athletic setup. R. H. Tank; 

M. Blake. 11 Am Sch Bd J 150:36-8 F '65 
Sports for girls. O. Miller. 11 Wis J Ed 97: 

11-12 Ja '65 

Great Britain 
Boon for young athletes; National recreation 

centre. 11 Times Ed Sup 2557:1428 My 22 '64 
Rise and fall of the Oxbridge blue. 11 Times 

Ed Sup 2582:867 N 13 '64 
ATHLETICS, Intercollegiate 
As others .='ee us; department head. W. A. 

Miller. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:37 S '64 
Trends in intercollegiate athletics. R. F Ray. 

J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:21-2+ Ja '65 

Value 

Spectators, sports, and American education; 
athletic contests provide laboratory for life 
experience. I. Salario. Chicago Sch J 46:155- 
60 Ja '65 
ATHLETICS, Interscholastic 

Administrators, coaches, and sportsmanship. 
J. H. Marcell, Tex Outl 48:20-1 Jl '64 

Do you have a well-rounded athletic pro- 
gram? E. Hughes. Athletic J 45:26+ 
Mr '65 

Let's close the gap between physical educa- 
tion and athletics. M. C. Malmlsur. Ohio 
Sch 42:32-3 My '64 

Administration 
Guarding the gate. J. H. Griffin. Schol Coach 
34:46-7+ N '64 

Value 
Spectators, sports, and American education; 
athletic contests provide laboratory for life 
experience. I. Salario. Chicago Sch J 46:155- 
00 Ja '65 

Catholic schools 
Physical fitness for national strength. R. 
Owens. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:314-17 
Ag '64 

Elementary schools 
Do-it-yourself track meet. E. S. Gillingham, 

jr. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:60 S '64 
Soft-pedal the accent on snorts, majority 
urges. Nations Sch 74:57+ N '64 

High schools 

Artistic gymnastics in our high schools. M. 
D. Adolph. bibliog H Points 47:58-63 Mr 
'65 

Gviarding the gate. J. H. Griffin. Schol Coach 
34:46-7+ N '64 

Let's Improve high school sports. C. O. Spray. 
Am Sch Bd J 148:28 Je '64 

Physical activities and the secondary edu- 
cational program. E. Masonbrink. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:33-41 O '64 

Secondary-school athletic programs: detri- 
mental or developmental? E. L. Vernier; 
P. M. Scott. 11 TIP 3:98-104 Je '64 

Soft-pedal the accent on sports, majority 
urges. Nations Sch 74:57+ N '64 

State athletic association entitled to enforce 
r\iles of eligibility without interference 
from the courts. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 
149:17-18 Ag '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



53 



ATHLETICS, Interscholastic — Continued 
Junior high schools 
Secondary-school athletic proprams: detri- 
mental or developmental? for boys. E. L.. 
Vernier, il TIP 3:9S-i- Je '64 

Great Britain 
Even the cream may curdle, il Times Ed Sup 

2500:141 Jl 24 '04 
More than just sports day. il Times Ed Sup 

25D5:419 F 12 '65 

ATHLETICS, Intramural 
Prevention, care, and concern for intramural 

injuries. D. O. Matthews. Athletic J 45: 

84-54- Mr '65 
Rx for intramural basketball. B. E. Gibbons. 

Athletic J 45:47 D '64 

Colleges and universities 
Noche de connuistadores. H. E. Buchanan. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:63 Mr '65 

Elementary schools 

Athletics for elementary-school youth; a 
medical viewpoint. T. K. Shalfor. TIP 3:95-7 
Je '64 

Let's Kive some sports back to the children. 
J. L.. Finn, il J Health Phys Ed Kec 36:62 
Mr '65 

High schools 

Physical activities and the secondary edu- 
cational proKram. K. Ma-sonbrlnk. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prln IJul 48:33-41 O '64 

Junior high schools 
Trophies for intramural participation. W. J. 
Kelsey. il Athletic J 45:!>0 Ap '65 
ATHLETICS for girls and women 
JjGVV.S cooperates with national .sports organ- 
izallons E. Crawford. J Health Phys lOd 
itec 30:254- Ja '05 
Secondary-.school athletic proBrams: detri- 
mental or developmental? for girls. P. M. 
Scott, il TIP 3:Uy-l02 Jo '64 
Sports for Kirls. O. Miller. II Wis J Ed 97: 
11-12 Ja '6,'. 

Sportswoman. ''■■■ ' - ■•■ >' A. Coffey. 

il J Hesillh : -414- K 05 

Trcnd.s in iiii- H. F. Hay. 

J Heullh Ph. -. -; Ja '65 

Where the youn« kItI Is suprente. Times Ed 
Sup 2.')7K:652 O 16 '64 
.Sec (ilsu 
na.sketliall 
Kacro.s.se 
ATLANTA area teacher education service. See 

TiTicher education in service — 'JcorKla 
ATLANTA area vocational-technical school, 
Georgia 
Gi'orniu's propress In voc-tech education, il 
Am Sch Ai Uni\ 37:4.'.-64- S '64 
ATLANTA university center 

NeuTO collek'fM In Atlanta. O. Sl.xk. J Negro 
Kd 3:i:4ii4-.S Fall '61 
ATLANTIC college. Glamorgan, Wales 
Atlantic colloRe project. IllKher Ed 20:13-14 

.le 'lil 
International secondary school.**; overseas 
schools, M, Kniffht and R. Leach. Year 
Book of Ed 1361:455-7 
Schoolhov.s to tln> rescue: health education 
and first aid. I). J. Hoarc arid I). J. Llewel- 
l.vTi. Tlnios ]:d .Sui. 2.'.74:394 S 18 '64 
ATLANTIC community 
International siKnirtcance of the Roncr poll. 
R. Adelmiinii. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 
4S:.'-.-7 My '64 
Political siKniilcance of the Roper poll. F. 
Church. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 48:1-4 
My '64 
ATLASES 

Knowing their city: EdinhurKh plves a lead. 

Times Kd Sup 25S0:lOS7 D 11 '64 
Maps. uloMes. and atlases. S. Marsh and J. 
I'ottlo. Grade Teach 82:904- N '04 
ATLASES, Linguistic 

La rironunci.'iclnn on cl ALPI: Atlas lln- 
Kllisiico de la Peninsula Ih6rlca. T. Na- 
varro. ITI.«i>anla 47:716-21 D '64 
ATMOSPHERE 
Atmospheric sciences. T. F. Malone. NEA J 

53:61-1 O '64 
New concept of atmospheric circulation. P. 
10 Jam.'s. il J Ooou' C:!:2 iri-.IO S '61 
ATMOSPHERIC humidity. See Humidity 
ATMOSPHERIC nitrogen. See Nitropcn 
ATMOSPHERIC pressure 

Physiological effect 
See also 
Altitude. Influence of 



ATOMIC bomb shelters 

Fallout protection in school construction. J. 

E. Roembke. Assn Sch Bsns Offlcials U S 

and Canada Proc 49::i95-417 "63 
On relating attitude change and information 

gain. B. S. Greenberg. J Comm 14:157-71 S 

•64 
ATOMIC energy. See Atomic power 
ATOMIC orbitals 

Domain representations of orbitals. A. W. 

Adamson. il diags J Chem Ed 42:140-5 

Mr '65 
Geometrj- of the / orbitals. C. Becker, il J 

Chem Ed 41:358-60 Jl '64 
Ligand field theory. F. A. Cotton, bibliog 

diags J Chem Ed 41:466-76 S '64 
Shapes of atoms. R. C. Johnston and R. R. 

Rettew. diag J Chem Ed 42:145-6 Mr '65 
Shapes of the / orbitals. H. G. Friedman. 

jr. and others, diatrs J Chem Ed 41:354-8 

Jl '64; Reply with rejoinder. E. A. Ogr>zlo. 

42:150-1 Mr '65 
Simple approach to crystal field theory. R. 

C. Johnson, diags J Chem Ed 42:147-8 

Mr '65 

Models 

Atomic and molecular orbital models kit. 

A. H. Stone and 1. Siegelman. il J Chen* 

Ed 41:395-6 Jl '04 
Atomic orbital molecular models. G. Martins. 

il J Chem Ed 41:658-61 D '64 
Simplified d orbital models assist In teaching 

coordination concepts. D. G. Nicholson, il 

J Chem Ed 42:148-9 Mr '65 
ATOMIC power 

Science teacher and the atomic challenge. 

M. Graubard. Scl Ed 49:36-55 F '65 
ATOMIC research laboratories 
S'e nlso 
United .States — Ar^onne national laboratory 
ATOMIC warfare 
Atom bomb: act of murder or mercy? Social 

Studies 50:150 Ap '65 
Nuclear war and Christian education. C. G. 

Kossel; C. Hollis. Relig fcid 59:220-33 My '64 
Peace, war and disarmament; a student 

fuido to war and peace. H. Taylor and 
.. Marshall. Social Ed 28:321-7 O '64 
T<'4'nag,' reactions to nucle.ar threat. S. Lcv- 
ensi.ln. Teach Col Rec 66:123-7 N '64 
ATOMS 
Recombination of oxyRen atoms In a dis- 
charge How svstem. B. A. Thrush, diag 
J Chem Kd 41:429-31 Ag '64 
See also 
Electrons 
Stereochemistry 

Models 
Precise atomic and molecular models. A. D. 
Adier and W. J. Steele, bibliog dlags 
J Chem Ed 41:656-8 D '64 

Shape 

Shapes of atoms. R. C. Johnson and R. H. 
K.ttew. dlag J Chem Ed 42:145-6 Mr '65 
ATTENDANCE 

Ethics opinion 47: f.il.slfying attendance fig- 
ures. NEA J 54:68 Ja 'C5 

How an urlwin school system Identifies Its 
dl.>5advantnged. H. Spears and I. Plvnlck. 
J Negro Ed 33:245-53 Sum '64; Same. 34: 
47-55 \Vint '65 

Right to attend school. C. C. Lammers. Per- 
sonnel & Quid J 43:475-81 Ja '65 
See al.so 

Absences 

Enrollment 

Research 

Completions an<l drop outs: a review of re- 
.search. C. V'erner and G. S. Davis, jr. Adult 
Ed 14:157-76 Spr '64 

Per.sonality and social development: neer 
and school influences; correlates of school 
attendance. R. L. Spaulding. R Ed Res 34: 
589-90 D '64 

Colleges and universities 

Loss of Negro talent in Shelby County and 
Memphis, Tenn. F. L. Bass. J Ed Res 57: 
4SO-2 My '64 

Social system of the high school and aca- 
demic aspirations and orientation. E. L. 
McDill and J. S. Coleman. Nat Assn ^\'om- 
en Deans & Counselors J 28:10-17 Fall '64 

Study of college enrollment of high school 
graduates. M. Xollc. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 28:40-4 Fall '64 

Who will go to college? E. L. Hammer, il 
Pa Sch J 113:350-2 Ap '65 



54 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ATTENDANCE — Colleges and universities — 
Continued 

Research 

College dropouts who came back. B.K. Eck- 
land. Harvard Ed R 34:402-20 Sum '64; 
Discussion. 34:580-7 Fall "64 

Family financial power and colleg'e attend- 
ance. J. B. Henry. Personnel & Gmd J 
43:775-9 Ap '65 . „ * v,_^ 

Motivational patterns of college freshmen. 
V. M. Murphy and J. P. Vail. Cath Ed R 
63:1-6 Ja '65 , ^^. .^ ,^ 

Research on college attendance. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:324 Mr '65 

High schools 
Married girls and unmarried mothers in the 
high schools. K. H. Mueller and F. C. 
Myers Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 28:120-5 Spr '65 

Kindergarten 
Attendance check in the kindergarten. B. F. 
Hunter. Calif Ed 2:24 S '64 
Sunday schools 
See Sunday schools — Attendance 
ATTENDANCE, Compulsory. See Compulsory 

education 
ATTENDANCE officers 

Duties 
Working with children who won't go to 
school. I. N. Berlin. Children 12:109-12 
My '65 
ATTENTION , . , ** 

Empirical approach to ths concept of atten- 
tion. J. L. Vohs. Speech Mon 31:355-60 Ag 
'64 
ATTENTION seeking. See Emotional depen- 
dency 
ATTITUDE. Change of t. w 

Age stratification among teachers. R. W. 
Ehrich. Ed Forum 29:105-9 N '64 ^ ^ ^ 
Attitudes can be modified by planned teach- 
ing H. C. Jimerson. Bsns Ed Forum 19: 
22+ Ja '65 , ^ , ^ , , 

Changes in attitudes of elementary-school 
pupils toward foreign -speaking peoples re- 
sulting from the study of a foreign lan- 
guage. M. A. Riestra and C. E. Johnson. 
J Exp Ed 33:65-72 Fall '64 . . . 

Changes in attitudes of parents of retarded 
children effected through group counseling. 
M. J. Appell and others, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:807-12 My '64 
Cognitive complexity, impression formation 
and impression change H. Leventhal and 
D. L. Singer, bibliog J Personal 32:210-26 
Je '64 
Contact with scientists changes student at- 
titudes; students learn scientists are vital 
human beings. W. O. Tuominen. il Chicago 
Sch J 46:13-16 O '64 ^ 
Counseling as an aid for delayed readers. 

G. K. Dolan. J Read 8:129-35 N '64 
Current problems in science education. A. 

E Lee. Sci Ed 49:146-51 Mr '65 
Effect of orientation through small -group 
discussion on modification of certain atti- 
tudes. H. H. Reiter. J Ed Res 58:65-8 O '64 
Effects of changing children's attitudes to- 
ward reading. A. K. Healy. El Engl 42: 
269-72 Mr '65 , ^ , 

Experimental study of the effects of credi- 
bility on the comprehension of content. 
P. K. Tompkins and L. A. Samovar. Speech 
Mon 31:120-3 Je '64 ^, ^ ,^ 

Molders of pupil attitudes. J. D. Krumboltz 
and B. Varenhorst. Personnel & Guid J 43: 
443-6 Ja '65 ... 

Prejudice reduction in religious education. H. 

Cohen. Relig Ed 59:386-91 S '64 
Psychotherapy with disturbed and defective 
children: an evaluation of changes in be- 
havior and attitudes. J. L. Albini and S. 
Dinitz. Am J Men Deficiency 69:560-7 
Ja '65 
Sociodrama; how it works, how you can use 
it. 'W. L. Herman, jr. Grade Teach 82:84+ 

Some correlates of language intensity. J. W. 

Bowers. Q J Speech 50:415-20 D '64 
When does learning take place? A. L. Kemp. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:6-7+ S '64 
See also 
Personality change 

Research 

Attitude change and education for interna- 
tional understanding. W. B. Elley. Sociol 
of Ed 37:318-25 Sum '64 

Attitude change as a function of the number 
of scales administered. N. F. Rayder and 
C. O. Neidt. bibliog Av Comm R 12:402-12 
Wint '64 



Attitude change in a college program of for- 
eign study and travel. E. W. Leonard, bib- 
liog Ed Rec 45:173-81 Spr '64 
Attitude change resulting from open house 
guided tours in a state school for mental 
retardates. D. L. Kmibrell and R. E. 
Luckey. Am J Men Deficiency 69:21-2 Jl '64 
Attitudlnal changes in child psychology stu- 
dents who differ in intensity of personality 
needs. F. Costin. bibliog J Ed Res 58:118-22 
N '64 
Changes in student teachers' concepts of 
self and others. D. L. Lantz. J Teach Ed 
15:200-3 Je '64 
Comparison of television and conventional 
instruction as determinants of attitude 
change. B. McDaniel and W. K. Filiatreau. 
J Ed Res 58:293-7 Mr '65 
Consistency of individual differences in per- 
suasibility. J. O. Whittaker. J Comm 15: 
28-34 Mr '65 . , ^ 

Counseling techniques with potential drop- 
out students in junior college. W. B. Kun- 
hart and G. Roleder. J Counsel Psychol 11: 
190 Sum '64 
Field experiment on fear arou.sal with data 
on the validity of questionnaire measures. 
H. Leventhal and P. Niles. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 32:459-79 S '64 
Longitudinal study of attitude development 
and some correlates. L. Guest. Child De- 
velop 35:779-84 S '64 
On relating attitude change and information 
gain. B. S. Greenberg. J Comm 14:157-71 
S '64 
Organizational effects on student attitudes: 
a study of the Harvard houses. R. Vree- 
land and C. Bidwell. Sociol of Ed 38:233-50 
Spr '65 ,. . „, „ 

Radio panel vs. group discussion. W. B. 

Utterback. Q J Speech 50:374-7 D '64 
Secularization in college: an exploratory 
study. H. H. Toch and others, il Relig Ed 
59:490-501+ N '64 
Study of attitude change in the preretirement 
period. S. D. Saleh. J Ap Psychol 48:310-12 
O '64 
ATTITUDE tests. See Attitudes— Tests and 

scales 
ATTITUDES 
Academic rank in the community college; a 
survey reflects attitudes of officials of 
state departments of education and state 
junior college associations. J. C. Harring- 
ton. Jun Col J 35:24-7 Mr '65 
Antisocial child and the school. M. Farragher. 

Sch R 72:472-89 Wint '64 
Appropriate leadership patterns. J. Dunham. 

bibliog Ed Res 7:115-26 F '65 
Attitudes and opinions of adolescents; some 
approaches to problems. T. H. Eames and 
others, bibliog J Ed 147:3-43 Ap '65 
Board members and integration. W. Record. 

il CTA J 61:18-21 Mr '65 
Effects of attitudes and concepts on cate- 
gorization. S. I. Perloe. bibliog J Personal 
32:249-69 Je '64 
Effects of desegregation on school dis- 
cipline. L. E. Vredevoe. Ed Digest 30:12-15 
Ap '65 
European attitude. R. D. Strom. Ed 85:14-16 

S '64 
Job attitudes in management. L. W. Porter 
and M. M. Henry. J Ap Psychol 48:31-6. 
305-9 F. O '64 
Job turnover: the Lorelei theory. A. G. 
Athos. il J Col Placement 25:42-3+ F '65 
Overlooked positives of disadvantaged 
groups. F. Riessman. J Negro Ed 33:225-31 
Sum '64; Same. 34:160-6 Spr '65 
Quantitative analysis of expressed prefer- 
ences for compensation plans. L. V. Jones 
and T. B. Jeffrey. J Ap Psychol 48:201-10 
Ag '64 
Relationships between job difficulty, em- 
ployee's attitude toward his job, and super- 
visory ratings of the employee effective- 
ness. B. Svetlik and others. J Ap Psychol 
48:320-4 O '64 
Social philosophy and economic resources. 

H. H. Punke. J Bsns Ed 40:201-2 F '65 
Sociological and educational constraints upon 
international understanding: self attitudes 
and authority orientations. C. A. Anderson. 
Year Book of Ed 1964:80-2 
Some determinants of job satisfaction; a 
study of the generality of Herzberg's 
theory. R. B. Ewen. J Ap Psychol 48:161-3 
Je '64 
Teacher activities and professional growth 
as perceived by physicians, lawyers, clergy- 
men, and educators. B. R. Dillman. J Teach 
Ed 15:386-92 D '64 



JtJLY 1964— JUNE 1965 



55 



ATTITUDES — Continued ^ , ^ 

Value illness. C. E. WlUgoose. J Health 
Phys Ed Rec 36:25+ Mr -65 
See also 
Attitude, Change of 
Doffmatism 
National attitudes (attitudes toward other 

nationalities) 
Political attitudes 
Public opinion 
Race attitudes 
Religious attitudes 
Scientific attitude 
Sex attitudes 
Social attitudes 
Stereotypes (psychology) 
Student opinion 

College offlclals 
View from the top. R. E. Tew. J Col Place- 
ment 25:81-2 Ap '65 

College students 

Academic attitudes, expectations. and 
achievement. L.. A. Olson. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:39-41 Wint "65 

Ape .stratification amone teachers. R. W. 
Ehrich. Ed Forum 29:105-9 N '64 

Attitude change in a college program of for- 
eign study and travel. E. \\ . Leonard, blb- 
Uog Ed Rec 45:173-81 Spr '64 

Attitudes of college freshmen toward their 
classroom work. G. D. Demos. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 28:129-32 
Spr '65 

Challenge of the future In Catholic educa- 
tion. C. F. Donovan. Cath Ed R 62:73-80 
F '64 

Cheating on college examinations as a func- 
tion of situatlonally aroused anxiety and 
hostility. M. Steininger and others. J Ed 
Psychol 55:;'.17-24 D '64 

Closed-circuit television In second semester 
college German. G. H. Gottschalk. bibliog 
Mod Lang J 49:86-91 F '65 

Comparison of student and professional pres- 
tige ranking of Jobs In psychology. T. L. 
Porter and T. E. Cook. J Counsel Psychol 
11:385-7 WInt '64 

Differential perceptions of functions of col- 
lege guidance servlce.s. R. E. Qlennen. 
Calh Ed R 63:14-19 Ja '65 

Educating person.<»; the dimension of human 
value. J. W. Robb. J Higher Ed 35:497-502 
D '64 

Eihic.itlon graduates view education and arn- 
demlc courses. R. C. Preston. Sch &. Soc 92: 
233-7 Sum '64 

Elfoct of orientation throuKh small -group 
discu.islon on niodirtcntlon of certain atti- 
tudes. H. H. Relter. J Ed Res 58:65-8 O '61 

Effectiveness of practice sets In elementary 
accounting. A. S. Dow. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
33:5-7 Mr '65 

Ethical and philosophical attitude patterns 
of student majors In four disciplines. S. S. 
Pricert. Calif J Ed Res 15:112-21 My '64 

Expressed attitudes of various groups of 
athletes toward athletic competition. W. L. 
Lakle. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
35:497-503 D '64 

Freshman reactions to parents' seminars 
on a commuter campus. E. Kronovet. Per- 
sonnel & Guld J 43:692-5 Mr '65 

Interpretation of college teaching: views of 
undergraduates and Woodrow Wilson fel- 
lows. M. Klnnane. Ed Rec 45:167-72 Spr '64 

Motivational patterns of college freshmen. 
V. M. Murphy and J. P. Vail. Cath Ed R 
63:1-6 Ja '65 

Preexisting attitudes of college students to 
Instructional television. R. W. Janes. bib- 
Hog Av Comm R 12:.'i25-36 Fall '64 

Preparation for college teaching: some per- 
ceptions of undergraduates and Woodrow 
Wilson fellows. M. Klnnane. Voc Guld Q 
12:269-74 Sum '64 

Relation of instructional television to the 
attitudes and achievements of physical 
science students. H. T. Black. Teacn Col J 
36:114-16 D '64 

Student attitudes toward the 20th centui-v 
British novel. G. J. Fischer and A. J. 
Fritz, hlbllog J Ed Res 58:307-10 Mr '65 

University extension faculty and student role 
expectations: an empirical analysis A. A. 
Lacognata. J Exp Ed 33:107-20 Wlnt '64 

Research 
Attitude change as a function of the number 
of scales administered. N. F. Rayder and 
C. O. Neldt. bibliog Av Comm R 12:402-12 
Wlnt '64 



Attitudes toward physical education of male 
students entering the University of Oregon. 
W. B. Brumbach and J. A. Cross. Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 36:10-16 
Mr '65 

Identification in two vocations: accountants 
and creative writers. S. J. Sesral and R. 
Szabo. Personnel & Guid J 43:252-5 N '64 

Organizational effects on student attitudes: 
a study of the Harvard houses. R. Vree- 
land and C. Bidwell. Sociol of Ed 38:233- 
50 Spr '65 

Teaching of mathematics at the college and 
vmiversity level; attitudes and opinions 
toward mathematics. J. H. Zant, R Ed 
Res 34:351 Je '64 

College students. Women 

Effect of attitude toward warm-ups on motor 
performance. J. L. Smith and M. F. Bozv- 
mow.ski. bibliog Am Assn Health Phvs Ed 
Kcc Res Q :;6:7S-So Mr "65 

Relationship between strength and attitudes 
toward physical education activity among 
college women. J. A. Wessel and R. Nel- 
son, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec 
Res Q 35:562-9 D '64 

Self-concept of college women compared with 
their concept of Ideal woman and men's 
Ideal woman. A. Steinmann and others. 
J Counsel Psychol 11:370-4 Wlnt '64 

Educators 
My ambivalences. See issues of Journal of 

teacher education March 1965- 
Relative Importance of teacher misassign- 

ment as a problem for education. H. K 

Miizel and W. Dick. J Teach Ed 16:54-60 

Mr "65 

Elementary school students 

Attitudes toward problem solving as a func- 
tion of success in arithmetic In Brazilian 
elementary schools. H. C. Llndgren and 
others. J Ed Res 58:44-5 S '64 

Changes In attltuilcs of iloini-n'.Trv-school 
pupils toward foi ■ .s re- 

sulting from th'^ 1 lan- 

5uage. M. A. Ki' hnson. 

Exp E<1 3.'?:63-7:; i- .i • ■ 

DI.-vidvantAged child: child from the family 
on welfare. N. N. Jaffa. Instr 74:29 Ja '65 

Disadvantaged child; child who dislikes 
school. N. N. Jaffa. Instr 74:39 S *64 

Do children nor«'.><.sarlly relloct cominunitv- 
i>firf'tu;il vaIuo.«)? J. W. Noll nml S. P. 
Kollv. bll.lloK Childh Ed 41 12»^-y .Xn '03 

Effect.i of television on attitudes and be- 
havior. P. A. Witty, bibliog Ed 85:98-105 O 
'64 

Hospital through a child's eyes, M. L. Adams 
and n. C. Berman. 11 Children 12:102-4 
Mv '6.-. 

I>ongltudlnal study of attitude development 
and some correlates. L. Guest. Child De- 
velop 35:779-84 S "64 

Mathematics In the elementary school; 
achievement and attlttidea. J. F. Weaver 
and E. O. GIbb. R Ed Res 34:276-7 Je '64 

Sex dirferencf.H in attltudi>s and attainment 
In Jvmlor schools. M WIsenlhnl. bibliog 
Brit J Ed Psychol 35:79-85 F '65 

Social class awareness of lower class chil- 
dren as revealed In their concepts of adult 
g references, ideals, and s'^If Images. M. A. 
ochet. Int R Ed 10 no3:341-6 '64 

TV versus classroom Instruction In foreign 
language: a study of elementary school 
children's attitudes. G. Moskowitz. J Exp 
Ed 33:175-81 Wlnt '64 

Graduate students 

Comparison of student and professional pres- 
tige ranking of Jobs In psychology. T. L. 
Porter and T. E. Cook. J Counsel Psychol 
11:385-7 Wlnt '64 

Factor analy.«ls of the occupational choice 
motives of counselors. R. E. .Schutz and 
G. E. Mazer. J Counsel Psychol 11:267-71 
Fall '64 

Interpretation of college teaching: views of 
undergraduates and Woodrow Wilson fel- 
lows. M. Klnnane. Ed Rec 43:167-72 Spr 
•64 

Preparation for college teaching; some per- 
ceptions of undergraduates and Woodrow 
Wll.son fellows. M. Klnnane. Voc Quid Q 
12:269-74 Sum '64 

High school students 

Adolescent sneaks. T. H. Eames. J Ed 147: 
17-21 Ap '65 

Attitude change and education for Interna- 
tional understanding. W. B. Elley. Sociol 
of Ed 37:318-25 Sum '64 



56 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ATTITUDES — High school students — Continued 

Attitude toward school and academic achieve- 
ment. T. A. Brodie. jr. Personnel & Guid J 
43:375-8 D '64 ^ , , . r,, „ 

Attitudes and opmions of adolescents. T. H. 
Eames. J Ed 147:3-16 Ap '65 

Attitudes can be modified by planned teach- 
ing. H. C. Jimerson. Bsns Ed Forum 19: 
22-t- Ja '65 , , 

Attitudes on cheating of high school stu- 
dents. F. W. Home. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 28:102-5 Spr '65 

Binghamton evaluates semiannual promotion. 
E. L. Koch. Am Sch Bd J 148:28 My '64 

Cheating attitudes and practices in a subur- 
ban high school. V. H. Cornehlsen. Nat 
Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 28: 
106-9 Spr '65 . , .... 

Contact with scientists changes student at- 
titvides: students learn scientists are vital 
human beings. W. O. Tuominen. il Chicago 
Sch J 46:13-16 O '64 

Educationally difficult student; what the 
schools can do. R. J. Havighurst. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:110-27 Mr '65 

Effect of novels on ideas about the scientist. 
W. T. Tatara. J Ed Res 58:3-9 S '64 

Engineering and the high school. J. W. Ren- 
ner. Clearing House 39:137-40 N '64 

I wish my folks ... H. N. Wright, il Int 
J Relig Ed 41:14-15 Ap '65 

Influence of counseling on the perception of 
counselor role. B. D. Rippee and others, 
bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:696-701 
Mr '65 

News media and student knowledge of lib- 
eral-conservative viewpoints. G. Cawelti. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:35-42 S '64 

Psychological approach; Union Carbide's 
driver education test. L. Lieberman. Safety 
Ed 44:14-19 N '64 

Teenage reactions to nuclear threat. S. 
Levenstein. Teach Col Rec 66:123-7 N '64 

Junior college instructors 

Understanding .iunior-college students; pro- 
posals for meeting their special needs. 

R. M. Bossone. J Higher Ed 36:279-83 My 

•65 

Junior high school students 
Adolescents describe their aversions. C. Urell 

and M. Talbot. Ed 85:166-71 N '64 
Affective and cognitive attitudes of junior 

high school teachers and pupils. C. C. Nel- 

.son. J Ed Res 58:81-3 O '64 
Effects of individual counseling on selected 

test scores for delayed readers. G. K. Dolan. 

bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:914-19 My '64 
Molders of pupil attitudes. J. D. Krumboltz 

and B. Varenhorst. Personnel & Guid J 43: 

443-6 Ja '65 
Sources of student perceptions of the role 

of the counselor. J. R. Brough. Personnel 

& Guid J 43:597-9 F '65 
Special progress student in the enriched 

course. W. Poppel. H Points 47:69-72 Ja '65 

Kindergarten children 
Attitudes of young children toward reading. 
M. H. Sutton. Ed 85:238-41 D '64 

Parents 

Ask the junior college parents what they 
think! H. Hickok. il Jun Col J 35:24-7 N 
•64 

Changes in attitudes of parents of retarded 
children effected through group counsel- 
ing. M. J. Appell and others, bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 68:807-12 My '64 

Child-rearing attitudes of disadvantaged 
Negro mothers and some educational im- 
plications. N. Radin and C. K. Kamii. 
J Negro Ed 34:138-46 Spr '65 

Childrearing antecedents of repression- 
sensitization. D. Byrne. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:1033-9 D '64 

Children ask about death. M. E. Lichten- 
walner. il Int J Relig Ed 40:14-16 Je '64 

Effects of maternal attitudes upon improve- 
ment in articulation when mothers are 
trained to assist in speech correction. R. K. 
Sommers and others, bibliog J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 29:126-32 My '64 

Factors associated with parental decision to 
institutionalize mongoloid children. N. D. 
Stone and J. J. Parnicky. bibliog Train 
Sch Bui 61:163-72 F '65 

Group counseling with parents. M. C. Shaw 
and J. K. Tuel. Calif J Ed Res 15:232-f 
N 64 

Memorandum to parents concerning stvident.s' 
driving. V. D. Summers. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:62-5 S '64 



Mom looks at the counselor. R. S. Dunlop. 

J Sec Ed 40:69-73 F '65 
Note on parent attitudes toward independ- 
ence training and the academic achieve- 
ment of their children. M. C. Shaw. J Ed 
Psychol 55:371-4 D '64 

Parental acceptance in mothers of diabetic 
and nondiabetic children. A. J. Crain. bib- 
liog J Home Boon 56:675-9 N '64 

Parental attitudes of mothers of intelligent 
adolescents and creativity of their chil- 
dren. R. C. Nichols, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1041-9 D '64 

Parents' attitudes and school discipline. M. 
L. Carter. Ed 85:112-16 O '64 

Parents' gripes: setting up grievance chan- 
nels: with study-discussion program by D. 
Harris and E. Harris. W. G. Hollister. 
bibliog il PTA Mag 59:16-19, 36 Ap '65 

Perceived parental attitudes and parental 
identification in relation to field of voca- 
tional choice. R. J. Brunkan. bibliog J 
Counsel Psychol 12:39-47 Spr '65 

Statistical analysis of teachers' and non- 
teaching parents' attitudes toward child 
rearing practices; abstract of doctoral 
thesis. C. L. Thompson. J Home Econ 
56:401-2 Je '64 

Status, power, and education in a traditional 
community. P. J. Foster. Sch R 72:158-82 
Sum '64 

Teen-age code of conduct for parents: with 
study-discussion program by C. Smallen- 
burg and H. Smallenburg. A. D. Buch- 
mueller. bibliog il PTA Mag 59:4-7, 36-7 
O '64 

What do parents think concerning the teach- 
ers' influence? R. C. Bradley. Ariz Teach 
53:18-19 Ja '65 

Principals 

Evaluating the Evaluative criteria. R. D. 
Matthews. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
49:77-9 Ap '65 

High-school principals assess undergraduate 
teacher preparation. M. S. Huebner and 
R. J. Mueller. Ill Ed 53:1684- D '64 

Married girls and unmarried mothers in the 
high schools. K. H. Mueller and F. C. 
Myers. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 28:120-5 Spr '65 

Principals' views of team teaching. E. Mc- 
Mahon and R. H. Anderson. Nat El Prin 
44:34-42 Ja '65 

Teachers' and principals' attitudes toward 
programed instruction in the elementary 
school. J. F. O'Toole, jr. Av Comm R 12: 
431-9 Wint '64 

Teen-age marriages and unwed pregnant 
girls. J. G. Willmarth and L. C. Olsen. 
bibliog Clearing House 39:171-5 N '64 

Research 

Attitudes of research chemists. J. R. Hin- 
richs. bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:287-93 O '64 

Attitudes related to the employment of the 
mentally retarded. W. R. Phelps. Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:575-85 Ja '65 

Definition and measurement of job involve- 
ment. T. M. Lodahl and M. Kejner. bib- 
liog J Ap Psychol 49:24-33 P '65 

Effect of anxiety (drive) on the acquisition 
and avoidance of a dominant intratask re- 
sponse. M. Katahn. bibliog J Personal 32: 
642-50 D '64 

Ethical and philosophical attitude patterns 
of student majors in four disciplines. S. S. 
Pricert. Calif J Ed Res 15:112-21 My '64 

Longitudinal study of attitude development 
and some correlates. L. Guest. Child De- 
velop 35:779-84 S '64 

Meaningful learning and retention: noncog- 
nitive variables; attitudes toward learning 
materials. P. W. Jackson and N. Strattner. 
R Ed Res 34:524 D '64 

Performance appraisal and psychological dis- 
tance; in role-playing experiments. P. 
RothauR and others, bibliog J Ap Psychol 
49:48-54 F '65 

Relative importance of teacher misassign- 
ment as a problem for education. H. E. 
Mitzel and W. Dick. J Teach Ed 16:54-60 
Mr '65 

Teachers' and principals' attitudes toward 
programed instruction in the elementary 
school. J. F. O'Toole, jr. Av Comm R 12: 
431-9 Wint '64 

Young people in the Orient and Occident: 
general report on the survey; with ques- 
tionnaire and note. A. Berge. Int J Adult 
Youth Ed 16 no2:55-82. 124-9 '64; Summary. 
Times Ed Sup 2586:1076 D 11 '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



57 



ATTITUDES — Continued 

School administrators 
Student teaching: is it heluful? J. A. HoweU. 

Va J Ed 58:15-10 Ap 'iio 
Utilization of community services by Catholic 
secondary schools. Sister Jerome. Cath Ed 
R 63:7-13 Ja 'CS 

Student teachers 
Coopcratiner teacher looks at campus life. 
W. A. Bennie. Peabody J Ed 42:105-8 S '64 

Teachers 
Affective and co»?nitive attitudes of junior 

hiKh school teachers and pupils. C. C. Nel- 
son. J Ed Res 58:81-3 O '64 
AKe stratiflcatfon amontr teachers. R. W. 

Ehrich. Ed Forum 29:105-9 N '64 
Cooperating teacher looks at campus life. 

W. A. Bennie. Peabody J Ed 42:105-8 S '64 
Culturally deprived children: opinions of 

teachers on the views of Riessrnan. P. J. 

Groff. Excep Child 31:61-5 O '64 
Impact of exposure to ethnic mother tonnes 

on foreign lariguage teachers in American 

hijfh schools and coUcKes. R. G. Hayden 

and J. A. Fishman. biblios Mod I>ang J 

48:262-74 My '64 
Indiana physics teachers react to PSSC. 

L. G. Poorman. Scl Ed 40:171-2 Mr 'Oo 
Influence of counseling on the perception of 

coun.solor role. B. D. P.lppee and others. 

biblioK Personnel & Guid J 43:696-701 

Mr '65 
Instructional television and the classroom 

teacher. B. G. Guba and C. A. Snyder. 

Av Comm R 13:5-27 Spr '05 
Moral and spiritual values: to teach or not 

to teach? R. R. Reid. J Sec Ed 40:77-80 

F '65 
New attitudes needed. D. D. Oliver. Ag Ed 

Mag 37:147 D '64 
Opinions of coIIcko teachers of n ^ 

rcpardirm content of the i ir 

cour.so In mathonmtlrs. O. L m. 

Jr. iMatli Tenrh 58;22:}-5 Mr C . 
Professional Intoro.-st and attitude In Minne- 
sota. J. n. Woods. J Health Phys Ed Rec 

36:80 Ja '65 
I{oa<'tlon.i of faculty and vl.sltInK contmlttee 

memlier.H to evaluation instrii'"'"' ' "»<1 

procedures In nolected Indlan.'i 'i 

schools. I). ('. Manlove nii'l M. 

Nat Assn Sec S<h Prin Bui 49;' ; ■ .'. 

Should .''tudfnts ho sei>aratod by hcx V W. B. 

Kolcsnik. Cnlh Ed R 6;!:7:!-Sl F '6.'. 
Statistical analysis of tonchors' and non- 
teaching parent. •<■ attitudes toward child 

rearing piactirc.':; ali.^lr.ict of doctoral 

thusls. C. Ij. ThoinpHon. J Home Econ 56: 

401-2 Je '6t 
Student attitudes toward the 20th century 

Briti.sh novel. O. J. Fischer and A. J. P'rltz. 

bihIioK J Kd Res 5S:3U7-10 Mr '65 
Student teaching: Is It helpful? J. A. Howell. 

Va J Ed 5S;1.?.1C Ap '65 
Superior teachers evaluate their preparation. 

Phi Delta Kappan 45:444-5 Jo '64 
Teachers' and principals' attitudes toward 

prognuned In.structlon in the elementary 

school, J. F. <3Toole, Jr. Av Comm R 12: 

431-9 VVInt '64 
Teachers' attitudes toward merit rating as 

a fimctlon of conflict of Interest. C;. B. 

Michael, bibliog J Teach Ed 15:210-18 Je 

'64 

Teaching and students: the views of Negro 

and while teachers. D. Gottlieb. Soclol of 

Ed 37:315-53 Sum '64 
Teaching backward children: .lonrch for an 

attitude. Tinies lOd Sui> 2."06:525 F 19 '65 
Team teaching's three variables: administra- 
tive Intent, teacher attitude, student reac- 

tlon.s. C. H. Peterson. Am Sch Bd J 149:15- 

17 N '64 
University extension faculty and student role 

expectations: an empirical analysis. A. A. 

Lacognata. J Exp Ed 33:107-20 Wint "64 
Use of a semantic dirfcrcntial in progratn 

evahiftllon. M Garri.^on. jr. Am J Mon 

Denciciicy 60:602-6 Mr '('.5 
What la a good teacher? consensus of world 

opinion. Times Ed Sup 2578:661 O 16 "64 
What teachers say about evaluation of 

teachers. H. Davis. NEA J 51:37-9 F '65 
When teacher.q evahiate curriculum study. 

J. H. LIttrell. Ed Lead 22:173-6 D '64 



Teachers college students 
Adjustments during the teacher-training 

period. A. T. Soares and L. M. Scares. 

Clearing House 30:415-18 Mr '65 
Attitudes of students toward education 

cour.ses at the State university college. 

Oneonta, N. Y. M. Scherwitzky. J Teach Ed 

15:204-9 Je '64 
Prospective teachers' attitudes toward arith- 
metic. F. Smith. Arith Teach 11:474-7 N 

'64 

Tests and scales 
Attempt to mea.^ure scientiflc attitudes. H. 

B. Baumel and J. J. Berger. Sci Ed 49: 
267-9 Ap "65 

Attitude chance and education for interna- 
tional understanding. W. B. Elley. Sociol 
of Ed 37:3KS-25 Sum '64 

Attitude change as a function of the num- 
ber of scales administered. N. F. Rayder 
and C. O. Neldt. bibliog Av Comm R 12: 
402-12 Wint '64 

Altitudes of students toward education 
courses at the State university college. 
Oneonta. N. Y. M. Scherwitzky. J Teach 
Ed 15:204-9 Je '64 

Attitudes related to the employment of the 
mentally retarded. W. R. Phelps. Am J 
Men Deflclencv 69:575-85 Ja '65 

Attitudes toward career and marriage and 
the development of life style in young 
women. E. Matthews and D. V. Tiedeman. 
J Coun-sel Psychol 11:375-84 Wint '64 

Attltudinal changes In child psychology stu- 
dents who differ In inten.'slty of personality 
needs. F. Costln. bibliog J Ed Res 68:118- 
22 N '64 

Chlidrearing antecedents of represslon-sensl- 
tization. D. Byrne, bibliog Child Develop 

?,:>-\(\r>.-9 D '64 

Counseling as an aid for delaved readers. 
G. K. Dolan. J Read 8:129-35 N '64 

Dovelonment and analysis of a Cuni.^haw 
lolor.ance scale; eniployee aflitudes toward 
ini.'<u.-f of companv time or materials. Y. 
Tro.idwoll. J Ap Psychol 40:126-3 Ap '65 

Effect of orientation through small-group 
di.'Jcus.'iion on modification of cort.nin atti- 
tudes. H. H. Relter. J Ed Res 5S:65-S O '64 

Eth'cil find philosophical attitude patterns 
of student majors In four disciplines. S. S. 
Pricert Calif J Kd lien 1.' 112-21 Mv '64 

Exp'Tiiii. t,t!it i.i.t.M.- •'ioM of Cloze procedure 
n- •••s to ll.«!tenlnir com- 

I' • ns and F. Williams. 

S- I." -64 

Factorial structure and correlates of the At- 
titudes toward di.<<abled persona scale. 
J. Siller and A. Chipman. Ed & Psychol M 
21:K31-40 Wint '64 

Family and student Identities: an explora- 
tory study In self and we-group attitudes. 
E. E. Harr «. J Negro Ed 31:17-22 Wint 'Cr, 

Qrotit> coimseling with parents; school opinion 
survey. M. C, Shaw and J. K. Tuel. Calif 
J Rd Res 15-2324- N '64 

Inst ru'-t lonnl television and the classroom 
teach*>r E (i. Guba and C. A. Snyder. 
Av Pomm R 13-5-27 Spr 'fi.'i 

Investigation Into the comparative resi>onse 
of bnvs and girls to Scripture as a .school 
stiblect In crtaln co-educational grammar 
schools In Industrial South Wales. R. R. 
Dale .nnd J. A. Jone.s. bibliog Brit J Ed 
P.svcbol 34-132-42 Je "64 

Job characteristics as saflsflers and dls.safls- 
flers F. Frledlander. J Ap Psychol 48:388- 
92 1> '61 

Locus of control, test anxiety, reactions to 
fni.«trntlon. and achievement attitudes. R. 

C. B-ifterfleld. bibliog J Personal 32:355-70 
S '64 

Note on parent attitudes toward Independ- 
ence training nnd the academic achieve- 
ment of their children. M. C. Shaw. J Ed 
Psychol 55:371-4 D '64 

Note on the Kropp-Vemer attitude scale for 
evaluating meetings. R. O'Shea and A. 
Ranofsky. Adult Ed 14:238-9 Sum '64 

On relating attitude change and Information 
pain. B. S. Greenberg. J Comm 14:157-71 S 
*64 

Prospective teachers' attitudes toward arith- 
metic. F. Smith. Arlth Teach 11:474-7 N 
'64 

Psychological approach: Union Carbide's 
driver education test. L. LIcbcrman. Safety 
Ed 44:14-19 N '64 

Real and ideal Image of the high -school grad- 
uate. S. Goldman. J Ed Res 57:498-500 My 
'61 

Relatlon.ship of Intelligence, attitudes and 
study habits to academic achievement. 
B. Martens. Can Ed Res Digest 4:268-72 
D "64 



58 



EDUCATION INDEX 



ATTITUDES — Tests and scales — Continued 

Research frontier: the vocational develop- 
ment project at the University of Iowa. J. 
O. Crites. bibliogr J Counsel Psychol 12: 
81-6 Spr '65 ^ , 

Socio-economic attitudinal correlates of edu- 
cational viewpoint. D. U. Levine. J Exp 
Ed 33:251-61 Spr '65 

Studv of stereotypes in the caretakins of 
English children. M. E. Hebron and W. 
London. Brit J Ed Psychol 34:125-31 Je '64 

Supervisor perception of work group morale. 
T. H. Jerdee. bibliog J Ap Psychol 48: 
259-62 Ag '64 

See also , ^ ^ , ^.^ 

Brown-Holtzman survey of study habits and 

attitudes 
California study methods survey 
Minnesota teacher attitude inventory 
Parental attitude research instrument 
Wear physical education attitude inventory 

Research 
Models for estimating content and set com- 
ponents in attitude and personality scales. 
D. Peabody. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24: 
255-69 Sum '64 

ATTITUDES, Professional. See Professional- 
ism 

ATTITUDES toward disabled persons scale. 
See Attitudes — Tests and scales 

ATTORNEYS. See Lawyers 

ATTRIBUTED authorship. See Authorship, Dis- 
puted 

ATYPICAL children. See Children, Exceptional 

AUDIENCE debate tournament. See Speech 
contests 

AUDIENCE reaction to television. See Tele- 
vision broadcasting — ^Audience reaction 

AUDIENCES 

Childrearing antecedents of audience sen- 
sitivity. A. Paivio. bibliog Child Develop 
35'397-416 Je '64 

Gaining the attention of an audience. C. A. 
Pitt. Ariz Teach 53:18-19+ Mr '65 

Groundling's approach to Shakespeare. R. J. 
Mueller. Engl J 53:584-8 N '64 

Music, a religious expression. B. Allen, il 
Mus J 22:32-3+ My '64 . _ „ „. , 

Spectrum of persuasive design. P. E. Ried. 
diag Speech Teach 13:87-95 Mr '64 

Toulmin and the basic course. J. C. Mc- 
Croskey. Speech Teach 14:91-100 Mr '65 

Variations in the verbal behavior of a sec- 
ond speaker as a function of varying 
audience responses. G. R. Miller. Speech 
Mon 31:109-15 Je '64 
AUDIO-llngual method (language teaching) See 
French language — Teaching methods; Ger- 
man language — Teaching methods; Langu- 
ages, Modern — Teaching methods; Spanish 
language — Teaching methods 
AUDIOMETER. See Audiometry 
AUDIOMETRY 

Auditory threshold consistency in differential 
diagnosis of aphasia in children. J. Reich- 
stein, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
147-55 My '64 „ _ 

B6k6sy tracings and site of lesion. E. Owens. 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:456-68 
N '64 , „ 

Clinical comment on the Sensory-neural 
acuity level (SAL) test. P. N. Martin and 
H. A. T. Bailey, jr. J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:326-9 Ag '64 

Delayed feedback audiometry. H. B. Ruhm 
and W. A. Cooper, jr. J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:448-55 N '64 ^ , , 

Demonstration program for conducting hear- 
ing tests in day care centers. M. Belkin 
and others. J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
335-8 Ag '64 

Derivation of twenty- five-word PB lists. 
R. E. Shutts and others, bibliog J Speech 
& Hearing Dis 29:442-7 N '64^ 

Examination of the normal hearer's response 
to the SISI. C. N. Hanley and J. F. 
Utting. J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:58-65 
P '65 

Modified instrument for pure-tone delayed 
auditory feedback. L. L. Price and O. R. 
Wever. diags J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
264-8 Ag '64 

On the Short increment sensitivity index 
(SISI te.st) P. A. Yantis and R. L. Decker, 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29:231-46 
Ag '64 

Pediatrics and disorders in communication: 
audiological examination of young children. 
D. C. Kendall. Volta R 66:734-40+ D '64 

RRLJ: a new technique for the noncoopera- 
tive patient: rapid random loudness judg- 
ments. R. P. Nagel. J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:492 N '64 



Scale for self-assessment of hearing handi- 
cap. W. S. High and others. J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 29:215-30 Ag '64 

Use of masked bone-conducted speech as an 
aid in the detection of feigned unilateral 
hearing losses. A. L. Miller. J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 29:333-5 Ag '64 

Variable intensity pulse count method 
(VIPCM) for the detection and measure- 
ment of the pure-tone thresholds of chil- 
dren with functional hearing losses. M. 
Ross, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
477-82 N '64 

What's new in school hearing programs. 

C. A. Brown. J Sch Health 35:12-15 Ja '65 

Research 

B6k6sy tracings, tone decay, and loudness 
recruitment. E. Owens. J Speech & Hear- 
ing Dis 30:50-7 F '65 

Differential diagnosis of auditory deficits; 
a review of the literature. J. Reichstein 
and J. Rosenstein. bibliog Excep Child 
31:73-82 O '64 

Electrical stimulation in eighth nerve deaf- 
ness; a preliminary report, with comments 
by H. Davis. J. B. Doyle, jr, and others. 
Volta R 67:82-6 Ja '65 

Evaluation of a new artificial mastoid as an 
Instrument for the calibration of audi- 
ometer bone-conduction systems. J. W. 
Sanders and W. O. Olsen. bibliog J Speech 
& Hearing Dis 29:247-63 Ag '64 

Pseudoauditory bone-conduction thresholds. 
E. H. Nober. J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
469-76 N '64 

Furetone reliability with the mentally re- 
tarded. R. T. Fulton and J. T. Graham. 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:265-8 S '64 

Spondee threshold measurement: a compari- 
son of 2- and 5-dB methods. J. B. Chaiklin 
and I. M. Ventry; reply with rejoinder. J. 
H. Gaeth. J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:99-101 
F '65 

Terminology 

Glossary of terms relating to children with 
hearing problems. G. Rushford. Volta B 
66:750-3 D '64 
AUDIO-visual aids 

AV aids for hard-of-hearing children. C. 
Dixon and others. 11 Ed Screen Av Q 43: 
642-3 N '64 „ 

AV aids on the campus scene. E. B. 
Ketchum. il Ed Screen Av G 44:24-5 Mr 
'65 

AV in religion; ed. by W. S. Hockman. See 
issues of Educational screen and audio- 
visual gviide 

Administrator and new instructional media. 

D. G. Tarbet. H Sch J 48:262-7 Ja '65 
Arbor picta : the medieval tree of preaching. 

O. A. Dieter, il Q J Speech 51:123-44 Ap 

'65 
Audio. M. U. Bildersee. See issues of Educa- 
tional screen and audiovisual guide 
Audio-visual advisory. J. Tanzman. See issues 

of School management 
Audio visual aids. See issues of Journal 

of health, physical education, recreation 
Audio-visual aids: ed. by C. L. Balcer. See 

issues of Speech teacher March 1964- 
Audio-visual materials (cont) J. Sanchez. 

Mod Lang J 48:368-72; 49:176-80 O '64, Mr 

'65 
Audio -visual materials on the move. E. Doi. 

Voc Guid Q 13:213 Spr '65 
Audio-vi.suals in industrial arts. D. J. Kigln. 

il J Ind Arts Ed 23:44-5 My '64 
Balance and building: the TAB score for '64. 

H. C. Ruark, jr. il Ed Screen Av G 43:704- 

6: 44:29-32+ D •64-Ja '65 
Best audiovisual tool of all Is realia, the 

real thing. H. E. Scuorzo. Grade Teach 

82:47+ F '65 
Case for more visual aids. J. M. Devilblss. 

Pa Sch J 113:106 N '64 
Catholic educators ignore audiovisual tools 

to spread message of Christ. M. F. Mullen. 

Cath Sch J 64:40 My '64 
Challenge of change. D. White. Assn Sch 

Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 49: 

311-21 '63 
Counseling theory and the use of education- 
al media. W. M. Lifton. 11 Voc Guid Q 13: 

77-82 Wlnt '64/65 
County and cooperative: concern over copy- 
right laws. A. C. Theimer. Av Instr 9: 

435-6+ S '64 
Cross media: the use of two or more aids 

in a single lesson. H. E. Scuorzo. Grade 

Teach 82:124-6 My '65 
Don't kill the goose that lays the golden 

©: a defense of the copyright law. R. Wy- 

man. Ed Screen Av G 43:306-8 Je '64; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 30:24-6 O '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



59 



AUDIO-visual aids — Continued 

Employ visiials to keep 'em flying. E. w. 
Sans and A. W. Orton. il Ed Screen Av G 
43:524-5 S '64 - , , . 

Ethlca opinion 46: misuse of audiovisual ma- 
terials. NEA J 53:11 D '64 

Experimentation and teaching: in hieher edu- 
cation: aids to teaching. J. P. Powell. Ed 
Res 6:185-6 Je '64 . . , 

Fresh uses of equipment and materials; In- 
structor AV supplement. E. D. ilitch. il 
Instr 74:41-73 Je '65 

How to buy instructional materials; round- 
table discussion. 11 Nations Sch 75:58-62-1- 
F '65 

How visual-minded are you? G. K. Butts. 
Ill Ed 53:247 F '65 „ _^ 

Illuminate the lecture! H. S. Davis. 11 Ed 
Screen Av G 44:20-1 Mr '65 

Instructional materials; ed. by I. A. Eck- 
hauser. See issues of Social studies through 
March 1965 

Instructional materials within the seminar. 
R. M. Diamond. 11 Ed Screen Av Q 44:32- 

4 F '65 

Instructional media help you put the story 
across. V. B. Kasmusen. 11 Grade Teach 
82:84-6+ My '6.^ 

Laboratory learning; methods and machines. 
R. Kreiman. Ed 85:399-400 Mr '65 ^^ 

Make your own audio-visual kit! B. W. 
Turner. Instr 74:24 Mr '65 

Many ways AV helps you teach science. H. E. 
Scuorzo. Grade Teach 82:74-^ Ja '65 

Media, technology, and IMC space require- 
ments. A. De Bemardis; D. M. Grossman; 
T. E. Miller. Av Instr 10:107-14 F '65 

Medium-sizo cities: resources! resources! re- 
sources! G. W. Forbes, il Av Instr 9:431-3 

5 "64 

Museum AV applications group: communi- 
cating with the museum vi.sltor. D. Gllck. 
Av Instr 9:445 S '64 

New materials. See l.ssues of Educational 
screen and audiovisual guide 

New teaching aids: ed. by J. J. Urbancek. 
See issues of Chicago schools journal 

New vi.sual aids In Industrial education. 
Sch Shop 21:100 ^ Ap '65 

Recent developments In audiovisual educa- 
tion. R. J. Thompson. Nat Bsna Ed Yrl»k 
2:123-34 '64 , , . , 

Resources for teaching and learning In a 
multlincHlia setting: Instructor AV stipplo- 
ment. ed. bv R. B. I>ewls and J. E. Kemp. 
II Insfr 73:37-fi5 Jo '64 . „ ^ 

Seeing Is believing, and leamlnic. L. Brandon. 
II Grade Teach 82:75-6 Ja '65, ^ 

Sight and .Hound: cd by W. H. Hartley. See 
Is.sues of Social education 

Some of the ways audio-visual helps teach- 
ers teach. K. K. Miller and others. II Grade 
Teach 82:112-2:< Mv fiS ... 

Sources of audio-visual materials for Indus- 
trial education. D^P. Barnard. II Ind Arts 

6 Voc Ed 54:524- 1?" '65 

Towns group: the media to promote pupil 
creativity. E. Moo. Av Instr 9:434-5 S '64 

Vi.sual aid for three- and four-wav circuits. 
A. EIIo.sefr. II diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53: 
37 My '64 
Se»? also 

Film strips 

Lantern slides 

Moving pictures — Educational films 

Phonorocords 

Pictures 

Tape recordings 

Video tape recordings 

Cataloging 

Automated AV catalog: University of south- 
ern California's Department of cinema. 
Wilson Lib Bui 39:373 Ja '66 

Cataloging and cla.'i.siflcatlon systems for In- 
structional materials. B. Sloops. Av Instr 
9:427-8 S *64 

Cataloging nonbook materials, D. M. Carson. 
Wilson Lib Bui 39:562-4 Mr '66 

Dream world AV catalog system: Santa Bar- 
bara County, California. E. G. Clemmer. 
II Ed Screen Av G 43:522-3 S '64 

Easy and Inexpensive AV cataloging. G. L. 
Hart, il Av Instr 9:610-12 N '64 

Catalogs 

Audlo-vlsnal ald.-^: od. by R. F. Freeland. 
See Is.'iuo.s of School musician 

Audiovisual materials and the dropout prob- 
lem. M. H. Nixon and R. J. Blake. Av Instr 
10:56-7 Ja "65 

New publlcatlon.s. See Issues of Educational 
screen and audiovisual guide 

39th annual Blue book audiovisual materials. 
Ed Screen Av G 43:430-7-1- Ak "64 



Circulation, loans, etc. 
How a Confraternity film ser%-ice operates. 
Cath Sch J 64:55 My '64 

Cost 
Cost of audio-visual instruction: 1962-63/ 

1963-64. Sch Mgt 8:81-94 Je '64; Same cond. 

Ed Digest 30:21-3 S '64 
How to keep the budget in bounds. T. C. 

Cobun. Nations Sch 74:42 Jl '64 

Evaluation 

Audio-visual aids. See issues of Science 

teacher 
Evaluating educational Innovation. C. Bab- 
cock. Av Instr 9:268-70 My '64 
Evaluating some actual experiences. F. K. 

Johnson. 11 Instr 74:61-2-1- N '64 
Evaluation techniques? H. Taba. Av Instr 

9:271-2 My '64 
Evaluations of audio-visual aids. E. C. Clark. 

See issues of Catholic school journal 
Learning effects of pictures. O. Magne and 

L. Parkn&s: reply. M. D. Vernon. Brit J 

Ed Psychol 34:2u4 Je '64 
Plea for publicly sharing educational media 

evaluations. C. Guss and D. L. Nicholas, Ed 

Screen Av G 44:25 F "65 
Some multimedia guidelines. Instr 73:62 Je 

•f.4 
Speech Improvement for adults: a review of 

literature and audio-visual materials. S. 

Cohen. Speech Teach 13:208-15 S '64 

Indexes 
See also 
Educational media index 

Production 

Added dimension to teaching: stereoscopic 
projections. E. S. Tomllnson. Jr. Av Instr 
9:702-3 D '64 

Audio- visual projected material.*?: transpar- 
encies for the overhead projector. Clearing 
Hou.se 39:382-4 F 'fif. 

Budget bonus In tape duplication. C. E. Keas- 
ter and J. L. Cooper. U Av Instr 9:596-8, 
624-5 N '64 

Captions were the key. M. Van Vlack. II Ed 
Screen Av O 44:28 Mr 'f..' 

Classroom: passport to the world. M. Per- 
kins and J. A. Benedict. 11 Ariz Teach 53: 
24-6 Ja '65 

Double student Interest with sound slides 
you make yourself. H. E. Scuorzo. Grade 
Teach 82:72-3 N '64 

Making diazo tran.si)arenc|es for the over- 
head iiroifctor. W. D. Wolbert. II Ind Arts 
& Voc VA ,•) 1:36-7 My '65 

New- type projectors and teacher-prepared 
matfrtal.s. II In.str 73:454- Je '64 

Preparing ai-countlng tran.sparencles for 
ovcrhf-ad projection. R. B. Whitham. Bsns 
Ed World 45:12-1:1 Mr '65 

San Dlogo. Calif: Industry provides know- 
how, and Information to create audio-visual 
materlal.s. Sch Mgt 8:131-2 Mv '64 

Team up for a new dimension: slide-tape 
program.s. J. A. Benedict and M. Perkins, il 
Ed Screen Av G 43:.?72-3 Jl 'f.4 

Techni'iuos for preparing .slide film lessons 
for Industrial arts, F. R. Abrams. Jr. il 
Ind Arts & Voc t^ 53:2^-7 N '64 

Using and producing fllnistrips: low-cost aids 
for cheml.stry teachers. W. E. Schaap and 
others. II J Chem Ed 42:172-5 Mr '65 
Sea also 

Moving picture production 

Projection 

How to train studonts to ojierate A-V equip- 
ment. T. C. Cobun. Nations Sch 75:84 
Mr '65 

Multiscreen pre.sentatlons: promise for In- 
structional improvement: an approach to 
the study of the Civil war. A. B. Roberta 
and D. li. Crawford, il map Av In.str 9:528- 
30 O '64 

Programming for multiple-screen showman- 
ship. J. A. Benedict, il Av Instr 9:518-19 
O '64 
See also 

Moving picture projection 

Research 

Educational technology, programed learning, 
and Instructional science. A. A. Lumsdaine. 
Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pt 1:371-401 '64 

Here's Project discovery, phase 11. W. C. 
Meierhenry, il Ed Screen Av G 44:32-3-f- 
Ap '65 

Integrated llbrar>'. a multimedia approach 
to learning; Project discovery. R. E. Mul- 
len Av Instr 10:311-12 Ap '65 

Project discovery, E. C. Clark. II Cath Sch J 
U:57-8 S '64 



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AUDIO- visual aids — Research — Continued 

Project discovery: an adventure in teaching 
and learning with film. J. M. Liston. il 
Grade Teach 82:98-100+ My '65 

Project discovery comes to the capital, il 
Av Instr 10:220-7 Mr '65 

Project discovery puts our sense to work. 
D. Emery, il Ed Screen Av G 43:418-20 Ag 
•64 

Systems analysis and media; a perspective. 
A. W. Vandermeer. Av Comm R 12:292-301 
Fall '64 

Selection 

How to choose the right A-V tool. T. C. 
Cobun. Nations Sch 74:82+ S '64 
AUDIOVISUAL aids departments. See Colleges 
and universities — Departments of audio- 
visual aids 
AUDIO-visual associations 
See also 

Association of chief state school audiovisual 
ofl^cers 

Audio-visual coordinators association of Min- 
nesota 

Long Island audio visual council 

Michigan audio-visual association 

National audio-visual association 

National education association — Department 
of audiovisual instruction 
AUDIO-visual centers. See Instructional ma- 
terials centers 
AUDIO-visual clubs 

Evolving AV squad. D. Levy. Ed Screen Av 
G 43:654 N '64 

Student projectionist club. Sister Mary 
Alodia. il Cath Sch J 65:35-6 My '65 
AUDIO-visual communication 

Graphic arts teacher-visual communications 
educator. S. M. Burt. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
54:50+ .Ta '65 

Missing link in instructional support: com- 
munication coordinators. R. M. Diamond, 
diag Av Instr 9:594-5 N '64 

Rochester institute of technology; the role 
of the graphic communicator. G. Paris. 
Av Instr 9:397-8 S '64 

Theories and principles 

Conceptual scheme for the audiovisual field. 
J. Q. Knowlton. bibliog il Indiana Univ 
Sch Ed Bui 40:1-42 My '64 
AUDIOVISUAL conference of medical and al- 
lied sciences 
Audiovisual conference of medical and allied 
sciences; program. 11 Ed Screen Av G 
43:365 Jl '64 
AUDIO-visual coordinators. See Audio-visual 

specialists 
AUDIO-visual coordinators association of IVlin- 
nesota 
Successful orchestration; the M. I. Smith 
leadership conference. W. J. F. Grabow. 
il Av Instr 10:210-11 Mr '65 
AUDIO-visual directors 

New era for AV presentation. T. F. Nowak. 
Ed Screen Av G 43:649-50 N '64 

Certification 

Minnesota certifies its AV directors. A. Luce. 
Ed Screen Av G 43:651 N '64 

Duties 
Changing role of the AV director. C. Sindle- 
decker. Instr 74:61+ Je '65 

AUDIO-visual education 

AV program in industry. H. W. McNeese. il 
Ed Screen Av G 43:701-3 D '64 

Audio-visual advisory. J. Tanzman. See 
issues of School management 

Avidio-visuals in industrial arts. D. J. Kigin. 
il J Ind Arts Ed 23:44-5 My '04 

Balance and building: the TAB score for '64. 
H. C. Ruark. jr. il Ed Screen Av G 43: 
704-6; 44:29-32+ D "64- Ja '65 

DAVI and federal aid to AV education. Ed 
Screen Av G 44:30-1 Ap '65 

Foreign languages: the visual element. B. 
Fabrizi. Ed Screen Av G 43:260-1 My '64 

Fresh uses of equipment and materials; In- 
structor AV supplement. E. D. Mitch, il 
Instr 74:41-73 Je 'G5 

Media's influence on design. D. V. Guerin. 
il Av Instr 10:95-7 F '65 

More for AV education? D. White, il Ed 
Screen Av G 44:34-5+ Ap '65 

Prudently planning new buildings. N. Estes. 
Av Instr 10:104-6 F '65 

Recent developments in audiovisual educa- 
tion. R. J. Thompson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 
2:123-34 '64 

Resources for teaching and learning in a 
multimedia setting; Instructor AV supple- 
ment, ed. by R. B. Lewis and J. B. Kemp, 
il Instr 73:37-65 Je '64 



That versatile tool: the overhead projector! 

H. Holmes, il Cath Sch J 64:35-7 My '64 
What is audio's place in AV? M. U. Bilder- 

see. Ed Screen Av G 44:19 Ja '65 
See also 
Audio-visual aids 
Moving pictures in education 
Radio in education 
Television in education 

Administration 

A-V check-out board. E. H. Hofmann. il 
Mont Ed 41:38-9 F '65 

Administrator and new instructional media. 
D. G. Tarbet. H Sch J 48:262-7 Ja '65 

Deerfleld high's spontaneous AV inventory. 
L. C. Bingham, il Ed Screen Av G 44:40 
F '65 

Give limited equipment to one teacher. J. 
Tanzman. Sch Mgt 9:52 Mr '65 

How to write an A-V manual. "T. C. Cobun. 
Nations Sch 74:70 N '64 

Individual schools: the base for AV instruc- 
tion. E. Wilson. Av Instr 9:441 S '64 

Large cities: the AV program dissected. W. 
G. Harris. Av Instr 9:430-1 S '64 

Maybe a mandate will work when a nice-guy 
approach won't; how to get better teaching 
with A-V materials. T. C. Cobun. Nations 
Sch 75:00 My '05 

Modern magic lamp. W. B. Johnson, il lU Ed 
53:156-7 D '64 

Organize audiovisual,"?, and upgrade learn- 
ing! E. C. Clark. Cath Sch J 65:33-4 My '65 

Providing a complete A-V service. J. A. 
Boula. diags Am Sch & Univ 36:114-16 My 
'64 

Questions and answers about school plant 
design; systems for delivering audiovisual 
messages to instructional areas. Av Instr 
10:119-21 F '65 

Simple form tells who's using A-V equip- 
ment, and for what purpose. N. Evans. Na- 
tions Sch 74:32-3 D '64 
See also 

Instructional materials centers 

Aims and objectives 

Media and education of the disadvantaged: 
a rationale. R. W. Smith and A. W. Vander- 
Meer. il Av Instr 10:8-9 Ja '65 

Equipment 

See Audio-visual equipment 

Evaluation 
Searchlight on evaluation; Timberline con- 
ference, Nov. 24-26, 1963. J. Hardie. il 
Av Instr 9:261-4 My '64 

Exhibits 
Encore the fair; the LIAVC materials fair. 

A. Rosen, il Av Instr 10:214 Mr '65 
1965 DAVI convention exhibitors. Av Instr 

10:235-6+ Mr '65 
Teaching materials at the convention. B. C. 

Clark, il Cath Sch J 64:34-5 Je '64 
Touring the exhibits with B. King, il Av 

Instr 9:449-56 S '64 
24th annual National audiovisual convention 
and exhibit, il plans Ed Screen Av G 43: 
355-64 Jl '64 

Finance 
See School finance 

International aspects 

Aiuericans participate abroad; the Interna- 
tional council for educational films, il Av 
Instr 9:326-7 Je '64 

DAVI international, il Av Instr 9:457-9 S 
'64 . , . 

International involvement: optional or im- 
perative? A. L. Hyer. Av Instr 9:366 Je '64 

WCOTP; AV specialists cooperate on inter- 
national workshop. Av Instr 9:314-15 Je '64 

Programmed teaching 

Programming teacher education in media. 
C. Garrison: F. G. Knirk and G. L. Mc- 
Coneghy. Av Instr 9:526-7+ O '64 

Research 
Summary of AV research. J. Moldstad. Av 

Instr 9:492-7 S '64 
Systems analysis and media; a perspective. 
A. W. Vandermeer. Av Comm R 12:292-301 
Fall '64 

Standards 

Tentative guidelines for audiovisual person- 
nel and equipment. G. Paris. Av Instr 10: 
201-4 Mr '65 

Supervision 

Personal audit for audiovisual supervisors. 
M. C. Williams. Ed Screen Av G 43:366+ 
Jl '64 



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AUDIO-visual education — Continued 
Teacher education 

AV survives California lesrislation; Fisher 
bill. J. R. McAdam. Av Instr 9:294 My '64 

Coordinated AV. P. C. Cleaves, il Grade 
Toaoh 81:94- Je "64 ^, 

I don't cot a.«ked much anymore. R. Wyman. 
Av In.str 9:.350 Je '64 

Prosrammlner teacher education in media. 
C Garrison: F. G. Knirk and G. L. Mc- 
Conechy. Av Instr 9:526-7+ O '64 

Some of the ways audio-visual help.s teach- 
ers teach. E. E. Miller and others, il Grade 
Teach 82:112-23 My '65 

Teacher education in service 
EMC directory; 1965 summer courses on edu- 
cational media. Educational niodia council. 
Av Instr 10:.313-17 Ad '65 „ . , 

Lif^hts. action, camera! E. Leever. 11 Ariz 

Teach 53:194- S '64 
Treasure house of new ideas: teachers day. 
M. McMahan and A. Flnstad. il Av Instr 
9:400-5 S '64 

Terminology 

Audiovisual in.struction. S. Cohen. Av Instr 

10:196-9 Mr '65 _ _, 

DAVI by any other name. D. P. Ely. Av 

Instr 10:190-1 Mr '65 
Educational communications. L. C. Twyrord. 

II Av Instr 10:194-5 Mr '65 
Instructional tcchnolofjy. J. D. Finn. Av Instr 

10:192-4 Mr '65 
Learning resources. Q. M. Torkelson. Av 

In.str 10:199-200 Mr '65 

Theories and principles 
Many things we see. and some of them we 
are. E. Dale. Av Instr 9:i;64-7 My '64 

Value 
Evolving AV squad. D. Levy. Ed Screen Av 

O 4.'?:654 N '6^ . , . . .». 

Helping the child who docsn t make the 

grade. S Cohen, il Av Instr 10:14-17 Ja '65 
Metror'olltan systems: AV and the culturally 

disadvantaged. A. Landownc. Av Instr 9: 

429-;tO .S "61 
Now era for AV pre.^ontatlon. T. F. Nowak. 

Ed Krroen Av G 4.'?nn-r,0 N '64 ^ ^ 

Students were the tr-nchcrs. A. L. Goldberg. 

Ed Screen Av G 4? 652-3 N '64 
Teaching the big city to the migrant child. 

A. M. Potts, 2d. Av Instr 10:37-8 Ja '65 

Catholic schools and colleges 
Catholic oducator-i l^xno^«> audiovl.sual tools 
to .xnrond nios.fnuo of Chrl.st. M. F. Mullen. 
Oath Sch J 64:40 My '64 

Colleges and universities 
A-V prnctlcoa among colleges and unlver- 

.-fltlos. II Am Sfh ^ Unlv 36:26-7 Jl '64 
Atidlo-vl.Mtial boom In hlirhor education. 11 

Plan.s Am Sch &. Unlv 36:23-5 Jl '64 
College and unlver.sltv: a cros.s-.scctlon of 

new practices. A. W. Reardon. Av Instr 

9:433-4 S '64 
Impact on the university: an educational 

media sers-ice .svsf^m. T. E. Miller. Av 

Instr 10:111-14 F '65 
MIs.slnir link In Instruct lonni .siinporf: com- 
munication coor<llnHtors. R. M. Diamond. 

dlag Av Instr 9:594-5 N '64 

Elementary schools 
Here's Proiect discovery, phase II. W. C. 

Meierhenry. tl Ed Screen Av G 44:32-3 4- Ap 

'65 
Impact on the IMC in elementarv and second- 
ary schools. A. De I'ornardls. Av Instr 

10:107-10 F '65 
Instructional media help you put the story 

across. V. B. liasmusen. 11 Grade Teach 

82:84-64- My '65 
Integratoil lilirnr>'. a multimedia anproarh 

to learning: Proiect di.scovory. R. E. Mul- 

ler. Av Instr 10:;ni-12 An '65 
Kelller elementary school. R. H. Burgert 

and B. L. Gumm. il plan Av Instr 10:140-1 

F '65 
Project discovery. E. C. Clark. 11 Cath Sch J 

64:57-8 S '64 
Project discovery: an adventure In teaching 

and learning with film. J. M Listen. 11 

Grade Teach 82:93-1004- My '65 
Project discovery comes to the capital. 11 Av 

Instr 10:226-7 kr '65 
Project discovery puts our sense to work. 

D. Emery. 11 fid Screen Av Q 43:418-20 Ag 

'64 



Some of the ways audio-visual helps teach- 
ers teach. E. E. Miller and others. 11 Grade 
Teach 82:112-23 My '65 

Valley winds elementary school. N. Estes. 
11 Ulan Av Instr 10:142-3 F '65 

High schools 

Impact on the IMC in elementary and second- 
ary schools. A. De Bernardis. Av Instr 
10:107-10 F '65 

North division. Nlles township community 
high school. T. Cobun and H. J. Cress, il 
Av Instr 10:136-7 F '65 

Junior high schools 
Wilbur Wright Junior high school. J. Cole- 
man and M. Gonce. 11 Av Instr 10:138-9 F 

Argentma 
Argentine media conference: a music educa- 
tor represents the USA, D. J. Shetler. Av 
Instr 9:332-4 Je '64 

Brazil 
AV in Brazil; an example of hemispheric 
cooperation. H. C. Hartsell and J. L. Page. 
11 Av Instr 9:322-4 Je '04 

California 
Prograni reports from large cities: San Diego 
report. R. A. Bennett. Av Instr 10:42-3 Ja 
'65 

Illinois 
Program reports from large cities: Chicago 
report. H. P. Bradley. Av Instr 10:45 Ja 
'6o 

Kentucky 

Audiovisual aids In Appalachla. J. E. Moore 
and E. Davidson. Av Instr 10:33 Ja '65 

Massachusetts 
Coordinated AV. P. C. Cleaves. 11 Grade 
Teach 81:9-f- Je '64 

Michigan 
Program reports from large cities; Detroit 
rer>ort. P. Golej. Av Instr 10:43-5 Ja '65 

Minnesota 
Minnesota ccv" ■ " AV directors. A. Luce. 

Ed Screen A ; N '64 

Successful I' 11 ; the M. I. Smith 

leadership iv..., .. : W J. F. GralKJw. 11 

Av Instr 10:210-11 Mr '65 

New Jersey 
Audiovisual education for the migrant child; 
Codartown. Now Jersey, school. C. Stock- 
burger. Av Instr 10:36-7 Ja '65 

New York (state) 

Inumct on the IMC at the district and Inter- 
disfrict level. l>. M. Grossman. Av Instr 
10:110-11 F '65 . .^ , 

Penfleld hli;h school; approaching the Ideal 
jn Instructional facilities. Av Instr 9:397 S 

Program reports from large cities; New York 

citv report. E. O. Bernard. II Av Instr 

10:40-1 Ja '65 
Story of cultural understanding enrichment; 

Proiect CITE R. M. Brown and G. N. 

I^cy. 11 N Y State Ed 52:6-74- N '64 

Nigeria 
Communlcatlon.s media report from Nigeria; 
IT. S.A.I. I) /Indiana university communica- 
tions media project. D. W. Pett. 11 map 
Av Instr 9:618-19 N '64 

Sierra Leone 
Media program for Sierra Leone. H. A. 
Johnson. 11 Av Instr 9:318-19 Je '64 

Sweden 
Not confined to nriiit; a picture of the Swed- 
ish public school. F. R. Mercer, il Av 
Instr 9:342-3 Je "64 

Turkey 
Media programs abroad; a system for Tur- 
key. R. M. Sekerak. Av Instr 9:335-6 Je 
'64 

Virginia 
AV services for schools In an economically 
df>nressed community. W. D. Edgerton. II 
Ed Sc-«en Av G 44:1S-10 Mr '65 
Prince Edward County; AV helps Virginias 
deprived. W. D. Edgerton. il Av Instr 10; 
lS-23 Ja '65 

Wisconsin 

Program reports from large cities; Milwau- 
kee report. G. P. Farley. Av Instr 10:41-2 
Ja '65 



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AUDIO-visual equipment 

Audio. M. U. Bildersee. See issues of Edu- 
cational screen and audiovisual guide 

Audiovisual dealer; partner for progress. H. 
C. Ruark, jr. Ed Screen Av G 43:369-71 
Jl '64 

Audiovisual management. T. C. Cobun. See 
issues of Nation's schools 

Challenge of change. D. White. Assn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 49: 
311-12 '63 

Coordinated AV. P. C. Cleaves, il Grade 
Teach 8i:9-l- Je '64 

Cost of audio-visual instruction: 1962-63/1963- 
64. Sch Mgt 8:81-94 Je '64; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:21-3 S '64 

Dollar by dollar, here's how to buy AV 
equipment. L. Brandon, il Grade Teach 
82:76+ Ja '65 

Give limited equipment to one teacher. J. 
Tanzman. Sch Mgt 9:52 Mr '65 

Hints for the harried coordinator. I. L. 
Maranz. il Av Instr 9:616-17 N '64 

How to keep the budget in bounds. T. C. 
Cobun. Nations Sch 74:42 Jl '64 

Large screen TV at Hagerstown. G. Foster, 
il Ed Screen Av G 43:580-2 O '64 

New equipment. See issues of Educational 
screen and audiovisual guide 

Organize audiovisuals, and upgrade learning! 
B. C. Clark. Cath Sch J 65:33-4 My '65 

Tentative guidelines for audiovisual person- 
nel and equipment. G. Faris. Av Instr 10: 
201-4 Mr '65 

Trade directory for the audiovisual field. 
Ed Screen Av G 43:272 My '64 
See also 

Loud speaking apparatus 

Magnetic recorders and recording 

Moving picture equlpinent 

Moving picture projectors 

Projection apparatus 

Video tape recorders and recording 
AUDIO-visual institutes and workshops 

Bible vigil challenges teen-age audience. Sis- 
ter Mary Redempta. il Cath Sch J 64:63 
O '64 

EMC directory; 1965 summer courses on edu- 
cational media. Educational media council. 
Av Tnstr 10:313-17 Ap '65 

East-West cooperation in Hawaii. N. V. 
Dozare. Av Instr 9:313 Je '64 

Graphics group: reviewing the Denver work- 
shop. W. G. Henry, jr. il Av Instr 9:446 
S '64 

Lights, action, camera! E. Leever. il Ariz 
Teach 53:19+ S '64 

NDEA, title XI, summer media institutes. 
Av Instr 10:244 Mr '65 

New NDEA signed into law by President 
Johnson; includes institutes for educational 
media specialists, il Av Instr 9:694-5 D '64 

WCOTP; AV specialists cooperate on inter- 
national workshop. Av Instr 9:314-15 Je '64 

Workshop in 8mm production; equipment and 
organization. V. S. Gerlach and J. P. 
Vergis. il Ed Screen Av G 44:36-40 P '65 
AUDIOVISUAL instruction (periodical) 

Advertiser and the reader. A. L. Hyer. Av 
Tnstr 9:656 N '64 
AUDIO-visual rooms. See Projection rooms 
AUDIO-visual specialists 

Educational media specialists, agent and 
object of change; theme for 1965 DAVI 
convention. S. Cohen. Av Instr 9:654-5 N 
'64 

Individual schools: the base for AV instruc- 
tion. E. Wilson. Av Instr 9:441 S '64 

Many things we see, and some of them we 
are. E. Dale. Av Instr 9:264-7 My '64 

Of mice and men. and elephants and ants: 
inside the technocratic anthill; satire. G. 
Blank, il Ed Screen Av G 43:516-18 S '64 

Personal audit for audiovisual supervisors. 
M. C. Williams. Ed Screen Av G 43:366+ 
Jl '64 

Rose by any other name. . . V. S. Gerlach. 
Av Instr 9:292 My '64 

Tentative guidelines for audiovisual person- 
nel and equipment. G. Faris. Av Instr 10: 
201-4 Mr '65 

What to ask potential A-V directors. T. C. 
Cobun. Nations Sch 73:90 My '64 

Certification 
Minnesota certifies its AV directors. A. Luce. 
Ed Screen Av G 43:651 N '64 

Duties 

Hints for the harried coordinator. I. L. 
Maranz. il Av Instr 9:616-17 N '64 

Missing link in instructional support; com- 
munication coordinators. R. M. Diamond, 
diag Av Instr 9:594-5 N '64 



Education 

NDEA, title XI, summer media Institutes. 

Av Instr 10:244 Mr '65 
New NDEA signed into law by President 
Johnson; includes institutes for educational 
media specialists, il Av Instr 9:694-5 D '64 
AUDIO-visual workers 
Proposed: a media clerk-technician. E. E. 
Miller. Av Instr 9:606-7 N '64 
AUDIO-visual workshops. See Audio-visual in- 

stittites and workshops 
AUDITIONS. See Music contests 
AUDITORIUM activities. See Assemblies 
AUDITORIUMS 
Auditorium theatre. Y. B. Shafer. plans diaga 

Ed Theatre J 17:38-45 Mr '65 
Coexistence in musical acoustics. C Jaffe. 

Mus Educators J 51:73-4 S '64 
Grady Gammage memorial auditorium, il Ariz 

Teach 53:17 S '64 
Ideal theatre: emerging tendencies in its 
architecture. N. A. Bowman, il Ed Theatre 
J 16:220-9 O '64 
Teaching facilities for theatre in secondary 
schools; dramatic laboratory teaching sta- 
tion. H. W. Robinson. Ed Theatre J 16: 
212-19 O '64 
\See also 
Multipurpose rooms 
AUDITORY discrimination. See Discrimina- 
tion (psychology) 
AUDITORY displays. See Displays 
AUDITORY nerve. See Acoustic nerve 
AUDITORY perception. See Sound perception 
AUDITORY stimuli 
Auditory threshold consistency in differential 
diagnosis of aphasia in children. J. Reich- 
stein, bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
147-55 My '64 
Examination of the normal hearer's response 
to the SISI. C. N. Hanley and J. F. 
Utting. J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:58-65 
F '65 
Modified instrument for pure-tone delayed 
auditory feedback. L. L. Price and O. R. 
Wever. diags J Speech & Hearing Dis 29: 
264-8 Ag '64 
Sound induced drive and stereotyped behavior 
in mental defectives. H. Levitt and M. E. 
Kaufman. Am J Men Deficiency 69:729-34 
Mr '65 
AUDITORY tests. See Audiometry 
AUDITORY training of the deaf. See Deaf- 
Auditory training 
AUGMENTED Roman alphabet. See English 

language — Alphabet 
AUGUSTINE, Saint, bp of Hippo 

De civitate Dei as religious satire. J. T. Hor- 
ton. Class J 60:193-203 F '65 
AURAL training. See Ear training 
AUSTIN, Texas 

Oasis school 
Casis library demonstrates what an elemen- 
tary library can be; Knapp school libraries 
project. M. G. Bowden and A. B. McGuire. 
il Tex Outl 49:20-1+ Ap '65 
Now I use the library even more; musings 
by a sixth-grader. E. Hurd. il Instr 74:69+ 
N '64 

William B. Travis high school 
Paperback books, a swing around the coun- 
try; Austin, Tex. R. S. Long. Sch Mgt 8:61 
Je '64 
AUSTRALIA 
See also 
British teachers in Australia 
English language in Australia 

also subhead Australia under the follow- 
ing subjects 
Adult education 
Art education 
Education 

English language — Teaching 
Folklore 

Radio in education 
School administrators 
School finance 
Summer schools 

Study and teaching 

Terra Australis incognita. D. G. Dufty. Social 
Ed 28:271-4+ My '64 

Units of work 
Study of Australia. R. T. Dennis. II Instr 
74:63+ O '64 
AUSTRALIAN educators in the United States 
Australian demonstration in California: Dr 
Dienes and mathematics learning. L. V. 
Rogers. 11 Arith Teach 11:359-60 My '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



63 



AUSTRALIAN folk songs. See Folk songs, Aus- 
tralian 
AUSTRALIAN literature 

Use of Knt,'lish in Australian literature. A. 
Delbrid^e. Harvard Ed R 34:306-11 Spr '64; 
Reply. G. A. Wilkes. 34:4C6-7 Sum '64 
AUSTRALIAN students 

Kece'^sity for a new type of .=cience Interest 
study. R. P. Tlsher. Scl Ed 48:478-85 D 
•64 
AUSTRIA 

See also subhead Austria under the 
followinff subjects 
Education 
Teacher education 
AUTHENTICITY (authorship) See Authorship. 

Di.sDuted 
AUTHORITARIANISM 
Authoritarian v.^. humanistic conscience. T. 
G. Alper and others, biblioj? J Personal 32: 
313-33 Je '64 
Parental attitudes of mothers of Intellieent 
adole.scents and creativity of their children. 
R. C. Nichols. biblloK Child Develop 35: 
1041-9 D '64 
See also 
Dogmatism 

Research 
Meanincrful learnintr and retention: noncocr- 
nltlve variables: authoritarianism. P. W. 
Jack.son and N. Strattner. R Ed Res 34: 
516 D '64 

Tests and scales 
Preexlstinff attitudes of colleee students to 
Instructional television. R. W. Janes, bib- 
liOff Av Comm R 12:.'!25-3fi Fall '64 
Some psycho-.oocloloplcnl doterniinants of 
employed and discharK-ed ward attendants 
in In.stltution.s for monfal defective.^. D. L. 
Kimbrell and L.. G. IJlanchard. Am J Men 
Deficiency 60:220-4 S •(i\ 
Verbal style and personality: authoritarian- 
ism. G. HorilKfela and others. J Conun 14: 
2ir)-18 D T.i 

AUTHORITIES (state, municipal, etc) 

Bond sales for hlerhcr education; flnanclnj? 

by buildInK authorities. W. R. IJokelman 

and E. C. DtcrinK. HlKher Ed 20:15-19 

Je '64 
AUTHORITY 
Authority cycle In small croup development. 

a If UcU\. Adult Load 13: \ii "Go 

Authority, freedom, and tb. J. L. 

Lennon. Oath .Sch J C5:.{1 
Child-control throuKh R coaim.in with God. 

C. Z. Nunn. Child Develop 35:417-32 Je '64 
Control of pupil conduct ont.Mlde school: 

Butnmary or Authority of .ichool loarda to 

control the behavior of pupils off school 

srrounds and out of school hours. National 

education as.xocintion. Research division. 

NEA Res Rul 43:28-9 F '65 
How to teach erfectlvely In a restrictive 

setting;. Iv. H. Hoover. Clearing House 39: 

48-50 S 'C4 
Social support and rejection of ornanlza- 

tional .standard.M. A. Zander and T. Curtis. 

J Ed P.«ychol 56:87-95 Ap '65 
See nls't 
Power (poll I leal science) 
AUTHORITY, Delegation of. See Delesratlon 

of authority 
AUTHORS 
Ail\ cntiires In bookland. Sister Mary AnKel- 

Ica. 11 Cath Sch J 64:48-50 O '64 
Author at school. E. AnnltaKe. il N Y State 

Ed 52:19 Mr '65 
Literature of the early sixties. S. Kauffmann. 

blbllog il Wilson Lib Bui 39:748-77 My '65 
See alto 
Nepro authors 

Homes and haunts 
See Literary landmarks 
AUTHORS. American 

Shelf of St Louis writers. R. P. Collins. Wil- 
son Lib Bui 38:865-6 Je '64 

Writers on learning to write. L. F. Lowe. 
EnKl J 53:488-95 O '64 
See also 
De AnReli. M. 
Fle.sch. R. 
Frank, W. D. 
Irvin^,^ W, 
Justus, M. 
Llonnl. L, 
Toe, E. A. 
Thorcau, H, D. 
Thurber. J. 
Wojciechowska, M. 



AUTHORS, Catholic. See Catholic authors 
AUTHORS. English 
See also 

Boswell. J. 
AUTHORS, French 
See also 

Butor, M. 

Charron, P. 

Constant de Rebecque, H. B. 

MontaisTie, M. E. de 

Montherlant. H. de 

Pascal. B. 

Poirer. L. 

Pourrat. H. 

Sainte-Beuve. C. A. 
AUTHORS. German 
See also 

AichinKor, I. 

Borchert. W. 

Goethe. J. W. von 

Grimm. J. L. K. 

Grimm, W. K. 

Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. 
Some documents relating to Ernst Wiechert's 
inward emiffratlon. S. Kirshner. German Q 
3S:r'.S-43 Ja '65 
AUTHORS, Spanish 
.See also 
Madaria^a, S. do 
AUTHORS and publishers 
.See also 
Llter.arj- ajcents 
AUTHORS conferences 

Writers' conference. P. S, Collins. Cath Ed 
R 62:39,'")-402 S "64 
AUTHORS notebooks 
Co'stalllzation ot A la recherche du tempa 
perdu 190.S-19U9. E. IL Jacli.son. French K 
38:157-66 D '64 
AUTHORSHIP 
Conver.-ation with Sir Herbert Read. M. Y. 
EI-15;us.-<iouny. il Sch Arts 64:24-6 N '64 
Learn to write by writing. Sister Luke. Cath 
Sch J 65:39 Ap '65 
•Sec also 
Technical writinK 

Collaboration 

Lyndon Johnson's speech preparation. R. N. 
Hall. Q J Speech 51:168-76 Ap '65 

Revising of Parlaoe de midi. V. Lee. French 
R .'!S:.-i.-?T-4S Ja '65 
AUTHORSHIP, Disputed 

<Fue Lope de Rueda el autor del Lazarlllo 
do Tormes? F. Abrams. Hispania 47:258-67 
My '61 

Identifying the unknown conuuunicator In 
I'liintliic, literature and music: the sig- 
nitl'-.'iuce of minor encodiiur habits. W. J. 
I'nI.sl.v. bil.llog J Conun 14:219-37 D '64 
AUTIO. Rudy 

Art appreciation: American craftsmen, II por 
Arts & Acllvllies 67:20-1 Ap '65 
AUTISM 

Getting in touch: autistic children. Times Ed 
Sup ^.'.51:912 Ap 10 '64 

New hope at Hollymount: helping autistic 
children. B. Furneaux. 11 Times Ed Sup 
2553:1066 Ap 24 '64 
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL elements in literature 

Air and matter: lone.sco's Lo piston d4 lair 
and Vxctimes du dcioir. R. C. LamonL 
French R :i.S:349-Gl Ja '65 

Henri Iio.<!co: v^'rlt* biotrraphlque et cr<Sation 
romane.qque. S. R. Hilling. French R 38: 
3C2-70 Ja "65 

No.stalgia In Alaln-Fournler and ProusL 
C. H. .Savage. French R 38:167-72 D '64 

Swann and the duche.<»s, M. Gutwlrth. 
French R 38:143-51 D '64 

Tono-Bungay: Wells's unconstructed tale. L. 
Po.slon. 3d. Col Engl 26:433-8 Mr '65 
AUTOBIOGRAPHY (counsellno technique) 

Relat ion.sliii) of slinuiliis-structure and se- 
lected personality variables to the Discom- 
fort-relief quotient In autobiographies. H. 
J. Cauirhren, ir, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
12:74-S(t Spr '65 
AUTO-INSTRUCTIONAL devices. See Tench- 
iiu,' — .MiKs and lioviccs; Teaching machines 
AUTO-INSTRUCTIONAL programs. See Pro- 
grams, Auto-Instructional 
AUTOMATIC book charging machines. See Li- 
braries- Charcing systems 
AUTOMATIC control 

Automated controls for schools and colleges, 
il Am Sch & Unlv 37:33-4-f- Ja "65 

Beyond the bounds; control engineering. 
Times Ed Sup 2579:710 O 23 '64 

How control systems operate. R. P. Konter 
and L. O. Steger. Am Sch & Unlv 37:34 Ja 
•65 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



AUTOMATIC data storage. See Information 
storase and retrieval systems 

AUTOMATIC information retrieval. See In- 
formation storage and retrieval systems 

AUTOMATIC ovens. See Stoves 

AUTOMATIC promotions. See Promotions — 
Students 

AUTOMATIC sprinklers. See Fire sprinlilers 

AUTOMATION „ -r-r c. 

Automation and adult education. B. H. Stern. 

Ed Forum 29:307-11 Mr '65 
Automation at work. B. M. Place^ Assn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 49:256- 

Automation of knowledge. L. Mumford. Av 
Comm R 12:261-76 Fall '64; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:34-8 D '64 ^ .^^ , 

Automation our slave; confused with mecn- 
anization. L. Bagrit. Times Ed Sup 2o82: 
868 N 13 '64 . ^ . , ... 

Automation: the new industrial revolution 
G. E. Arnstein. il J Ind Arts Ed 23:33-6 
Ja '64 

Challenge and fascination of autonjation. K. 
Krasteff. Sch & Com 51:16-174- O '64 

Power of automation: symposium. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:14-16 F '65. ^ ^ ^^ c- 

Understanding automation. B. J. Haga. See 
issue of Journal of business education 
See also 

Libraries — Automation 

Libraries, High school — Automation 

Office practice — Automation 

Economic aspects 

Are machines making man a^museum piece? 
J. H. Cassell, jr. J Col Placement 25:74 
F *65 

Automation, adjustment and schools. L. J. 
Chamberlin. Sch & Com 51:10-11-1- My .65 

Automation and education. J. I. Snyder, .ir. 
il J Ind Arts Ed 24:16-18 Ja^^'65 

Automation and teacher training. K. L. Kahl. 
Bal Sheet 46:394-6-1- My '65 , , • , 

Automation, change and the technological 
process. T. B. Curtis. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:16-21 N '64 ^ .^ 

Automation, dropouts, and guidance. R. R. 
Morman. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bvil 48: 
83-98 N '64 

Automation, education, and individual lib- 
erty S. L. Wolfbein. Teach Col Rec 66: 
27-32 O '64 

Automation, employment, and human values. 
G. L. Mangum. Ed Rec 45:122-7 Spr '64 

Cybernation: threat and promise. R. Theo- 
bald. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:22-36 
N '64 

Impact of automation. H. Fleck. Prac Fore- 
cast 10:P 114- Ap '65 

Impact of automation on occupational pat- 
terns. G. B. Arnstein. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 
2:39-50 "64 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t. 

Overview: the paradoxes of abundance. C. R. 
Bowen. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:3-15 
N '64 

Untouched by human hands: automation in 
vocational education for girls. M. B. Wells. 
Am Teach Mag 49:10 O '64 

Working men in an age of automation. L. 
Wright. Times Ed Sup 2596:503 F 19 '65 

Educational aspects 
Adam, automation, and the American college. 

J. S. Diekhoff. J Gen Ed 16:215-25 O '64 
Automation, adustment and schools. L. J. 

Chamberlin. Sch & Com 51:10-114- My '65 
Automation and education. J. I. Snyder, jr. 

i! J Ind Arts Bd 24:16-18 Ja '65 
Automation and teacher training. K. L. Kahl. 

Bal Sheet 46:394-64- My '65 
Automation and the dropout: the schools' 

responsibility. V. M. Rogers. Social Ed 

28:391-4 N '64 
Automation, work, and leisure: implications 

for elementary education. G. R. Kaback. 

bibliog Voc Guid Q 13:202-6 Spr '65 
Avitomation's challenge to education and 

human values: excerpts from Automation, 

education, and hiunan values; ed. by W. 

W. Brickman and S. Lehrer. Sch & Soc 

92:303-15 O 31 '64 
Does automation call for new solutions? V. 

M. Rogers, il PTA Mag 58:7-9 Je '64 
Education and automation; the coming world 

of work and leisure. Nat Assn Sec Sch 

Prin Bui 48:3-110 N '64 
Educational thrust required by automation. 

L. H. Evans. Am Assn Sch Adm Official 

Report 1964:45-54 
Impact of automation on occupational pat- 
terns. G. E. Arnstein. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 

2:39-50 '64 



Impact of automation on vocational educa- 
tion. P. Pair. Bal Sheet 46:110-124- N '64 

Is the work ethic realistic in an age of auto- 
mation? G. B. Childs. Phi Delta Kappan 
46:370-5 Ap '65 ._ 

Mixed blessings of automation. G. E. Arn- 
stein. Sch & Soc 92:311-13 O 31 '64 

Possible effects of automation on business 
education. W. Cadugan. J Bsns Ed 40: 
314 Ap '65 

Scholar-educator in an age of automation. 
W. W. Brickman. Sch & Soc 92:314-15 O 31 
■64 

Technological context of vocational educa- 
tion G. E. Arnstein. Nat Soc Study Ed 
Yrbk 64 pt 1:39-63 '65 

Social aspects 
Automation perceived. J. Diebold. il J Ind 
Arts Ed 24:16-18 S '64 

Units of work 
Unit on automation. Sister Mary Clara, bib- 
liog Cath Sch J 65:62-5 F '65 
AUTOMATION in documentation. See Informa- 
tion storage and retrieval systems 
AUTOMECHANICS shops 

Equipment and supplies 
Electronic crack detector for senior high 
school automotive labs. T. W. Birch, il 
diag Ind Arts & Voc Bd 54:38 F '65 
Parts-cleaning tank. B. Welch, il diag Sch 
Shop 24:33 S '64 

Safety devices and measures 

Reduce your auto shop hazards. D. C. 
Detzler. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:934- Mr 
'65 
AUTOMOBILE accidents. See Accidents 
AUTOMOBILE camping. See Camping 
AUTOMOBILE drivers 
ID and driver education; psychological tests 
can help determine if a student is emo- 
tionally ready to drive. J. Bauer. Safety 
Ed 44:13-16 Mr '65 
Liberty and .iunior's driving license. P. 

Jones, il PTA Mag 59:21-2 O '64 
Memorandum to parents concerning students' 
driving. V. L. Summers. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 48:62-5 S '64 
Student's car and the law. L. E. Leipold. 
Clearing House 39:271-3 Ja '65 
AUTOMOBILE driving 
Alcohol and traffic accidents, il Safety Ed 

44:29-31 Ja '65 
Push button traffic accidents, il Safety Ed 

44:234- Mr '65 
Winter driving; safety education data sheet. 
Safety Ed 44:29-31 F '65 
See also 
Automobile pools 

Teaching 

.See Driver education 
AUTOMOBILE engines 

Ignition 
Automotive ignition system. J. W. Neubauer. 
il Sch Shop 24:364- Mr '65 
AUTOMOBILE industry and trade 
Great Britain 
Welfare of young workers; services in the 
motor industry. Times Ed Sup 2594:347 F 5 
'65 
AUTOMOBILE insurance. See Insurance, Auto- 
mobile 
AUTOMOBILE mechanics 

Curriculum 
Automotive-course evaluation sheet. H. G. 
Hill. Sch Shop 24:31 O '64 

Projects 
Shaffer students check automobiles. S. Rich- 
ardson and R. Maxwell, il Calif Ed 1:17-18 
Ap '64 

Teaching 

Torquing automotive fasteners. W. Jackson, 
il Sch Shop 24:36-74- O '64 

Unique program in high gear; Ford student 
technical training program. W. C. Bohn- 
sack. il Am Sch Bd J 150:38-9 Ap '65 

Adults 
Automotive-course evaluation sheet. H. G. 
Hill. Sch Shop 24:31 O '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Automotive ignition system. J. W. Neubauer. 
il Sch Shop 24:364- Mr "65 



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65 



AUTOMOBILE models 
Primed circuit motor control. L. J. Kenneke. 
il diaKs Sch Shon 24:22-4 Mr "65 
AUTOMOBILE painting. See Automobiles — 

I'aintintr 
AUTOMOBILE parking ,„,.,., 

Student s car and the law. L. E. Leipold. 
Cloarine Hou.se 39:271-3 Ja '65 
AUTOMOBILE pools , ^ ^. 

Car rool.s aren't for amateur.^. J. de Clcco. 
il Safotv Ed 44:20-3 Ja '65 
AUTOMOBILE tires. See Tires, Automobile 
AUTOMOBILE touring .„ 

Next vears holiday: Dalmatia by car. F. 
Sinefoton. il map Times Ed Sup 2575:450 
S 25 '64 
AUTOMOBILE trailers 

Taxing mobile homes; a problem and a solu- 
tion. R. W. Barduell. Ill Ed S.-^illS-lD N '64 
Travel trailer sers-cs the educator. J. W. 
Dyk.<!tra. Peabody J Ed 42:55-8 Jl '64 

AUTOMOBILES 

Inspection 

See Motor vehicles — Inspection 
Painting 
Joseph's truck. M. P. Binpham. il Sch Shop 
24:35 D '64 

Renting 

Current developments in consumer eco- 
nomics: auto rental business. I. D. Satlow. 
Bsns Ed World 45::i3 S '64 

Safety devices and measures 
Safety features for your driver education car. 
L,. R. Fink. .Safety Ed 44:12-14 Ap '65 
AUTONOMY 
.School a.s a complex social orfranization: a 
f-on.sidcration of patterns of autonomy. 
I'. !•:. Ivalz. biblioR Harvard Ed U 34:428-55 
Sum '64 
AUTORADIOGRAPHY. See Radlotrraphy 
AUXILIARY teachers. See Teachers aides 
AVANT-GARDE music. Sec Mu.<<lc 
AVANT-GARDE theater. See Theater 
AVERSIONS. See I.Ikes and dlsliko.s 
AVIATION 

Sf'o alao 
Air travel 
Flight 

Study and teaching 

Sec Aviation schools 

United States 

;See alao 
United States — Civil air patrol 
AVIATION education 
Aero.^i'Hcc ii^'o in tho elementary school. 
M. 1.. John.^on. 11 Wis J Ed D7:7-9 Ja '65 
AVIATION schools 
Koel on the Kiound; College of air training. 

II TiinuH Ed Sup 2561:lC<>8-9 Jc 19 '64 
Juniors seek wings. II Times Ed Sup 2576: 
521 O 2 64 
AVOCA, Illinois 

Junior high school 
Three-way coiiniiun lout Ion. M. Brady and \i. 
It. Bock, il 111 Ed 63:350-1 Ap '05 
AVOIDANCE (psychology) 
Avoiilanco behavior In vocational motivation. 
i». (a. Zytow.skl. blbllog Personnel & Quid J 
43:716-50 Ap '65 
Hce also 
<'otulitlonc(l respon.'Jo.s — Avoidance responses 
AVOIDANCE responses. See Conditioned re- 
sponses — Avoiuance responses 
AWARD of merit in business education 

I'.tHi award winners. II B.siia iOd l-'oruin 19: 
27-.10 N '61 
AWARDS. See Rewards and prizes 
AWARENESS 
Curriculum for awareness. E. W. Llndemian. 
II Art Kd 17:5-0 Je '64 
AWARENESS of self. See Self 
AXES 
Some remarks concerning families of circles 
and radical axes. J. A. Bradley, Jr. diags 
Aliilh Teach 57:533-6 D '64 
AXIOMS 
Geometric diversions: a 25-point geometry. 
A. F. Coxford. jr. Math Teach 57:561-4 D 
'64 
Role and nature of mathematics. P. C. Ham- 
mor. Math Teach 57:514-21 D '64 
AYRES, Alfred 
Alfred Ayres. drama critic, as compiler of 
a pronouncing dictionary. D. \V. Scully. 
Q J Speech 51:45-51 F '65 



AYRES measuring scale for handwriting 
Who are the better writers: the left-handed 
or the right-handed? P. J. Groff. bibliog 
El Sch J 65:92-6 N '64 



B 



BACIE. See British association for commercial 

and Industrial education 
B.B.C. See British broadcasting corporation 

B.S.C.S. See Biological sciences curriculum 

study 
BABIES. See Infants 
BABY food. See Food. Convenience 
BACH festivals. See Music festivals — California 

BACHELORS degree, Time requirement for. 
."■^ee l)eurces. Academic — Time reaulrements 
BACKWARD areas. See Underdeveloped areas 
BACKWARD children. See Children. Backward 
BACON, Francis 
Causal an.-ilysis and rhetoric: a survey of tlie 
major philo.sophical conceptions of cause 
prior to John Stuart Mill; Bacons Induc- 
tion and search for forms. C F. Karns. 
Speech Mon 32:46-8 Mr 65 
Philosophical origins of George Campbell's 
Philosophy of rhetoric. V. M. Bevllacqua. 
Speech Mon 32:1-12 Mr '65 
BACTERIA. Pathogenic 
.Scr fi!y> 
Slaphvlui-occi 
BACTERIOLOGY 
•Sec alao 
I'ooil — Bacteriology 
BADMINTON 

Badminton drills. H. H. Wolf, dlags Athletic 

J 45:314- F "65 
Fundamental badminton. B. Odenal. il 

Schoi ("ojich 34:70-14- N '64 
Voung l>a<lmlnton stars in action: photo- 
graphs. Times Ed Sup 2.'iDl:107 Ja 15 '65 
BAEYERS reagent. See Potassium perman- 

K.'inato 
BAHR. Gladys 
Gindvs B.ihr receives 1964 Gregg award, ppr 
Bal Sheet 46:266 F '65: Same cond. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:26 Ja "65 
BAILEY. Charity 
."■^iiig aloiit; with <'harity. A. Miller. II por 
.NJu.-^ J 22 32 .V 'fit 
SAINTON. Roland H. 
Greatest .single force; review of The horizon 
history of Christianity. V. E. Foster. Int 
J Kellg lOd 41:4 Ap '63 
BAKER. Arthur Oaklen 
l-'orty- fourth .Science education recognition 
award. C. M. I^rultt. por(cover) Scl Ed 49: 
1-4 F '65 
BAKERS and bakeries 

.School's own bakery cuts cost In two. J. II. 
Knox. Nations Sch 74:56 Ag '64 
BAKERSFIELO. California 

High school 
Mass media and the humanities. D. P. 
RIngler. Engl J 53:674-8 D '64 
BAKING 
IMeasures of baking with yeast. 11 Prac Fore- 
cast 10;1'474- F ^65 
Sre alao 
Bread 
Cake 
BAKING utensils. .Sco Kitclun utensils 
BALANCE 
Cia-ss perks up when you put on a balancing 
net. J. E. Hyer and D. Stotler. II Grade 
Tench ,S2:594- Ap '65 
BALANCE (physiology) See Equilibrium (phys- 
iology) 
BALANCES 
Modillod single deflection weighing. G E. 

Knud.-^on. J Chem Ed 41:449-50 Ag '64 
Science for the classroom from Mr Wizard: 
welu'hlng a stamp. U. Herbert and M. H. 
Shamos. dlag Instr 74:71-+- Ap '65 
BALDWIN, New York 

Public schools 
How to keep tabs on your administrators. 
H. Ducker. 11 Sch Mgt 9:95-94- Ap '65 
BALDWIN keyboard achievement award 
Baldwin keyboard achievement awards. 11 Am 
Mus Teach 13:16 Jl '64 
BALKE-Ware treadmill test. See Physical abil- 
ity tests 



66 



EDUCATION INDEX 



^Bikhin"^!^ G. Miller. J Health Phys Ed Rec 

36:60 Mr "65 ^ ,• •^- ^^^ 

Physical education games and activities, bee 

issues of Instructor October 1963- 
Physical fitness activities to begin the year. 

J. Torpey. Instr 74:614- S '64 ,, .„ 
Why teach them brisketball? R. M. Allen, jr. 

11 J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:81 O '64 
See also 
Baseball 
Basketball 
Croquet 
Football 
Golf 

Handball 
Lacrosse 
Playground ball 
Soccer 

Squash (game) 
Tennis 
Volleyball 

BALL throwing , , . , ■* t 

Exercise program for throwing velocity. J. 

Railey. il Schol Coach 34:7+ F .'65 
Throwing and kicking ability of eight-year- 
old boys and girls. P. Dohrmann Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:464-71 D 
•64 

^ Dakfe^ A. Todd. 11 NEA J 54:16-19 Mr '65 
BALLISTICS . ^. ^- r« 

Projectile motion in a resisting medium. G. 
J. Pawlikowski. diags Sch Sci & Math 64: 
483-7 Je '64 
See also 
Projectiles 
BALLROOM dancing. See Dancing 

BALTIMORE 

Education 

To be continued; Baltimore's Early ^school 

admissions project. A. C. Harding, il NEA J 

53:30-2 S '64 

Negro population 
Gwynn Oak. L. Edelman. Adult Lead 13:39- 

40+ Je '64 

Cherry Hill junior high school 
Liberal education for junior high school 

students in a culturaJly limited area,. N. L. 

Arnez. J Negro Ed 33:436-40 Fall '64 

Pimlico Junior high school 
Independent study in the junior- high school. 
EL. Goldsmith. Ed Digest 30:40-2 F '65 

Public schools 
Approach to the problems of a downtown 

school. N. N. Jaffa and R. M. Brandt, il 

Nat El Prin 44:25-8 N '64 
Bringing school art to the community. E. 

Troyer. 11 Art Ed 17:9-11 O '64 
Office personnel. Am Sch & Univ 36:28 Ag 64 
BALTIMORE. Enoch Pratt free library 
Pratt's service to students. J. R. T. Stevens. 

il Wilson Lib Bui 39:384-8 Ja '65. . 
Shakespeare in Maryland. D. Sinclair. U 

Wilson Lib Bui 39:480-1 F '65 
Wealthier by the world; foreign librarians 

in Enoch Pratt free library. B. Castagna. 

il Wilson Lib Bui 39:48-50 S '64 
BAND directors. See Conductors (music) 

BAND music , ^ ^^ t-i « i 

Band music reviews; ed. by H. E. Akers. 

See issues of School musician 
Clarinet family and the music of tomorrow. 

D McCathren. il Mus J 23:46-7+ Ap '65 
Early wind-bands and wind-band music. L. 

J. Intra vaia. Sch Musician 36:72-3 Ag; 31-2 

O; 62-3+ N; 48-9 D '64; 64-5 Ja; 44-5 F; 

62-3 Mr; 64-5 Ap '65 ^ ^ 

Ideal instrumentation for the concert band. 

J. Neilson. Mus J 23:48+ Ap '65 ,^ . . 
Music for bands. E. Slocum. Sch Musician 

36:42-3 D '64 . ^ ^. 

Music publishers association; orientation re- 
port. B. V. Grasso. Sch Musician 35:34-5 

My '64 
Musical values of the stage band. P. O. W. 

Tanner. Mus Educators J 51:83-4 Ap 65 
Programming for the concert band. L. B. 

Smith. Mus J 2.?:43+ Ja 'fi.S 
Reviews of new music for brass ensembles. 

G E Reynolds. Sch Musician 36:40+ Ap '65 
Stage band: a critical evaluation P. R. 

Lehman. Mus Educators J 51:55-6+ N 64; 

Reply. P. N. Jones, jr. 51:25-6 F '65 
Stage band notation and its interpretation. 

D. V. Joseph. Sch Mu-sician 36:28-9 D '64 
What is an arranger? Arrangers' workshop 

and laboratory- institute. P. Nagle. Mus J 

22:54 N '64 
See also 
Marches (music) 



BANDMASTERS. See Conductors (music) 

BANDS (music) „ „ , „ ^ 

ABA research center. H. P. Henderson. Sch 

Musician 36:43 F '65 . ^ ,. 

Adult stage band: a new dimension. D. V. 

Joseph. Sch Musician 36:17-18+ Ap '65 
Certainly, you can have an adult concert 
band. V. Walker. U Sch Musician 36:58-9 
Mr '65 , . . ^ . . T X 

Early wind-bands and wind-band music. L. J. 
Intravaia. Sch Musician 36:72-3 Ag; 31-2 
O; 62-3+ N; 48-9 D '64; 64-5 Ja; 44-5 F; 

62-3 Mr; 64-5 Ap '65 
Let's look at methods; ed. by J. F. Heren- 

deen. See issues of School musician 
Marine cor])s schools band. J. G. Kyser. 11 

Sch Musician 36:60-1+ Ja '65 
Rx for conmiercial music. P. Wayne. Mus J 

23:98 Ap '65 
Renaissance band. O. Anderson. 11 Mus J 

23:48-9 Ja '65 
Unsung heroes in blue; Metropolitan police 

band, Washington, D.C. G. S. Howard. 

Mus J 22:36+ N '64 
What is happening to our community bands? 

S. Okun. Sch Musician 36:62-3 O *64 
Where is the silver cornet band? V. Pascucci. 

il Mus J 23:42-3+ Ja '65 
Young performers and new music; Tucson 

new art wind ensemble. B. Childs. Mua 

Educators J 51:40-2 S '64 
BANDS, School 
Announcing a musical marriage. R. L. Land- 
ers, il Sch Musician 36:64-6 N '64 
Band enthusiasm has helped our town! 

Shoals, Ind. J. J. Allbright. Sch Musician 

36:75 Ag '64 
Band program reflects director. R. Strange. 

Mus J 22:42 S '64 
Band stand; ed. by A. L. Williams. See 

issues of School musician 
Bandits or bandaids. A. H. Drake. Mus J 

22:59 N '64 
Big band sound; Cornell band day. M. D. 

Morris, il Mus J 22:50-1+ O '64 
Big bands make a comeback. 11 Am Sch & 

Univ 37:34 D '64 
Collegiate band festival program In Pennsyl- 
vania. J. W. Dunlop. Sch Musician 36:48-9+ 

P '65 
Developing a Catholic area band. E. T. 

Kanaskie. 11 Sch Musician 36:72-3 Mr '65 
DruiTimers must be musicians. P. Grant. 

Mus J 22:39+ D '64 
Exciting decade with the Porterville studio 

band. B. Shaffer. 11 Sch Musician 36:46-7+ 

F '65 
Gymnastics for the body and music for the 

soul. J. V. Summers. Sch Musician 36:58 

Ja '65 
I want to march! D. Harper, il Sch Mu- 
sician 36:25 Ag '64 
Is the marching band music education? B. 

Kisinger 11 Sch Musician 36:72-3+ O '64 
Jazz scene. W. N. Stanley. 11 Mus J 23:74-6 

Ap '65 
Marching bands and pompous conventions. 

J. Winking, il Mus J 23:89-90 F '65 
Music: what place in the secondary school 

program? V. Lawler and C. L. Gary. Nat 

Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:25-32 O '64; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 30:49-52 Ja '65 
Musical values of the stage band. P. O. W. 

Tanner. Mus Educators J 51:83-4 Ap '65 
New Selmer motion picture Adventures in • 

sharps and flats; ed. by L. J. Cooley. 11 

Sch Musician 35:40-1 Je '64 
Orlando's stage band clinic: a success story. 

S. Roen. il Mus J 23:73+ Mr '65 
Prince George band performs nationwide. 11 

Va J Ed 5S:31 Ap '65 
Reports and public relations gather momen- 
tum. S. Okun. 11 Sch Musician 36:66-74- Mr 

'65 
Restore its dignity. E. L. Roberts. Mus J 

23:54+ My '65 
Role of the marching band In modem educa- 
tion. Sch Musician 36:70-1 F '65 
Scheduling the Catholic high school band. 

R. A. Tenaglia. Sch Musician 36:78-9 N '64 
Small band clinic; ed. by G. C. Haskell. See 

issues of School musician 
Stage band: a critical evaluation. P. R. 

Lehman. Mus Educators J 51:55-6-1- N '64: 

Reply. P. N. Jones, jr. 51:25-6 F '65 
Stage band: a defense and an answer. W. L. 

Anslinger. Mus Educators J 51:S4-|- Ap '65 
Stage band: a pattern for progress. K. 

Bartosz. Mus J 22:56 S '64 
Stage band clinic; ed. by D. V. Joseph. See 

issues of School musician 
Status of school bands in Maryland. K. W. 

Koenig. Sch Musician 35:44-5 My '64 
Strike up the band. B. S. Scarnati. 11 Pa 
Sch J 113:218-19 Ja '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



67 



BANDS, School — Continued 

Sur%'ey of post-high school Instrumental mu- 
sic activities. B. R. Bancroft. Mus Edu- 
cators J 51:105-8 S '64 „^ ^^ 

TV World's fair opening spectacular. W. H. 
Bayne. il Sch Musician 35;.?6-8 Je '64 

Trends for bands scene at CBDXA national 
conference: thirteenth conference, Tenipe. 
Ariz. December 17-19. 1964. J. H. Jorgen.son. 
Mus Educators J 51:89-91 Ap '65 

Two viewpoints on marching bands. S. 
Philips; A. Isch. Mus Educators J 51:96-100 
F '6o 

What good Is organization and administra- 
tion? R. O'Brien. Sch Musician 36:97-J- 
Ag '64 

Wind band: a cultural export. A. Q. Wright. 
11 Mus J 23:44-5 Ap '65 
See also 

School band of America 
BANDUNG Institute of technology, Indonesia 

Chemical education in Indonesia; problems 
and progress in a contract team approach. 
C. R. Keizer. J Chem Ed 41:583-6 N '64 

BANJO 
Banjo: made In America. E. M. McCabe. 11 
Mus J 23:30-1-1- My '65 
BANK Street readers. See Readers 

BANKS, School 
Young financiers In Japan; photogrraphs. 
Times Ed Sup 2552:974 Ap 17 '64 
BANKS and banking 
Pasadena city college bank. M. Vore. 11 plan 
Jun Col J 35:28-9 D '64 
See also 
Checks 

Employees 
Careers In Indu.mry: banking. O. B. Ward. 11 
Voc Guid Q 13:124-6 WInt '64/65 

Teaching 
Mathematical short cuts for the be*rlnner In 
accounting: bank reconciliations. H. A. 
Zacur. J Bstna Ed 40:195 F '66 

Teaching aids and devices 
Industry and education combine talents to 
provide banking kit for teachers. C. W. 
Ha.s.M. 11 Calif Ed 1:23-4 Ap '64 

BARBADOS 

Sen also 
Socotulary education — Barbados 
BARBECUE cookery _ _ « .„ .« 

Alfresco cooking. U Prac Forecast 9:18-19 
My '64 
BARBER, Jonathan 

Elocution at Har\ard: the saga of Jonathan 
Barber. D. H. Grover. Q J Speech 51:62-7 
F '65 
Jonathan Barber and the elocutionary move- 
ment. R. J. Matlon. Speech Teach 14:38-43 
Ja '65 
BARBERTON, Ohio 

Norton high school 
Are we cheating the non-collego bound? E. K. 
Moulin. 11 Ohio Sch 42:174- N '64 
BARK cloth. See Tapa cloth 
BARNARD, Chester I. 
Sclentillc approach to administration. B. M. 
Gro.s8. Nat Soc Study Ed Yrbk 63 pli:56- 
61 '64 
BARNES. Cyrus Wallace 
Forty-third Science education recognition 
award. C. M. Prultt. por(cover) Sci Ed 48: 
39:t-4 D '64 
BARNES, E. Richard 
Little bit of censoring; Dictionary of Amer- 
ican slang. K. L,. Crowell. 11 Wilson Lib Bui 
39:6r.2-7 Ap '65 
BAROQUE flute. See Flute 
BAROQUE music. See Music, Baroque 
BARRAULT, Jean Louis 
Revising of I'artauc de midi. V. Lee. French 
R 38:337-48 Ja '65 
BARRETT, Lawrence 

Lawrence Barrett and the role of Casslus. 
M. H. White. Q J Speech 50:293-8 O '64 
BARRIER reefs. See Reefs 
BARRINGTON, Illinois 

High school 
Barrlngton, 111: an indu.stry-sponsored read- 
ing laboratory. Sch Mgt 8:132-f My '64 

Public schools 
Teacher selection: how to weed out the duds. 
Sch Mgt 8:34-74- D '64; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:35-8 Mr '65 



BARRON complexity scale 
Second study in the teaching of creativity. 

G. I. Brown, bibliog Harvard Ed R 35: 

39-54 Wint '65 
BARRON-Welsh art scale 
E-xperiment in the teaching of creativity. G. 

1. Brown. Sch R 72:437-50 Wint '64 
Second study in the teaching of creativity. 

G. I. Brown, bibliog Harvard Ed R 35:39-54 

^V'int '05 
BART6K, B£la 
Modem music and the music educator. J. L. 

Doran. Mus Educators J 51:46-8 S '64 
BASAL metabolism. See Metabolism 
BASEBALL 
Ball-handling at second base. B. Hines. 11 

Athletic J 45:164- Mr '65 
Baseball's key fundiunentals. D. Weiskopf. 

il Athletic J 45:10-124- Mr '66 
Bunting to sacrifice, bunting to get on. G. 

Toporcer. 11 Schol Coach 34:10-114- F '65 
Coaching the first baseman. G. Toporcer. 11 

Schol Coach 33:12-134- Ap; 364- My '64 
Effect of eye dominance on baseball batting. 

G. L. Adams, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys 

Ed Rec Res Q 36:3-9 Mr 65 
Fielding In basetmll; demonstrated by D. 

Wiginton and others. 11 Athletic J 45:60-1 

An 'Ch 
Game drill to emphasize bunting and hitting 

to the oppo.slie lield. R. A. Enberg. Ath- 
letic J 45:244- Ap '65 
Hitting in baseball; demonstrated by B. 

McKenzie and others. V. Ledbetter. 11 

Athletic J 44:46-7 .My '64 
Hitting the high spots. B. Brian. 11 Schol 

Coach 34:12-134- Mr '65 
Indoor ba.^vhall drills. W. Koval. Schol Coach 

?.i:lf>-H Ja '65 
Indoor baseball drills for small gymnasiums. 

E. E. SundL diags Athletic J 45:244- Ja 
'65 

Pit.), r-i f > :,ii.i - and pick-off moves. M. 
y. hoi Coach 34:62-6 Ap '65 

I'll rner. G. Toporcer. 11 Schol 

c. Mr: 464- Ap "65 

Sinker. D. Weiskopf. 11 Athletic J 45:14-16 
F '65 

Slider: demonstrated by G. Jone.". D. Weis- 
kopf. 11 Athletic J 45:14-174- Ja '65 

Signals and signaling 
Numbered sign system. H. L, Setteno. dlags 
Athletic J 45:944- Ap '65 

Colleges and universities 
Batting practice: do It right. J. Stalllngs. 

Afh'f^fic J 4.i:304- Ja Tf. 
Hl'^ t>u like it. D. Qorrle. 11 Schol 

<• f- F '65 

Pit. h men on base. J. Stalllngs. 11 

.s, ,;.,, . ,.,., il 34:12-13 I- Ap "65 
Rhvihm in the swing. D. Qorrle. U Schol 

Coach 34:264- Mr '65 
Strength building program for baseball. D. 

K. Edwards. 11 Athletic J 45:12-13-f F "65 
Ten most common defensive plays. S. Har- 

rirk. dlags Schol Coach 34:10-114- Ap '65 
Tips for pitchers. B. A. Plotnickl. Athletic J 

46:20 F '65 

High schools 
Base coaching. D. McCormlck. Athletic J 

45:4S-9 F '65 
Base-n>nnlng drills for players and coachea 

B. Cohen. Schol Coach 34:884- Mr '65 
Baseball's little thinga L. Watts. Schol Coach 

34:344- Mr '65 
Coaching the high .school hitter. I. Brown. 

Athletic J 45:724- Mr '66 
Cut-off play for unsure arms. E^ Sebas- 

tlanclll. diag Athletic J 45:92-3 Mr '66 
Defensive drills for developing fielding skills. 

K. Q. Ketcham. II diag Athletic J 45:324- 

F "65 
Developing a pitching staff. J. Olszewski. 11 

Schol Coach 34:12-134- F '65 
Double play.s the unusual way. R. J. Tuccl. 

Athletic J 45:364- Ap "65 
Footwork for pitchers. J. Kachilla. dlags 

Athletic J 45:42-3 F '65 
Four station method for hitting practice. 

F. Marianl. diag Athletic J 45:86-74- Mr 
•65 

Ma.1or catching faults. J. SrallgolT. Athletic J 

45:564- Mr '65 
Numbered sign system. H. L. Setteno. dlags 

Athletic J 45:944- Ap '65 
Pick olTs can pay off. T. J. Conroy. dlags 

Athletic J 45:26-+- V '65 
Rounding out the pitcher. J. Olszewski, il 

Schol Coach 34:16-174- Mr '66 



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BASEBALL fields. See Athletic fields 
BASEBALL players 
Baseball: electromyographic study of batting 
swing. E. W. Kitzinau. 11 Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Kes Q 35:16(3-/8 My '64 
Baseball scorebook tabulator will evaluate 
the nine best players. T. A. Petroff. diag 
Athletic J 45:88-9 Mr '65 
Conditioning program for baseball. J. A. 
Bender and others. Athletic J 45:52+ Mr 

Exercise program for throwing velocity. J. 
Railey. il achol Coach 34:7+ F 65 

Indoor baseball drills. VV. Ivoval. Schol Coach 
34:76-8 Ja '65 

Indoor baseball drills for small gymnasiums. 
E. E. Sundt. diags Athletic J 45:24+ Ja 
'65 

Pre -game warm-up for baseball. V. Messina. 
Athletic J 45:97 Ap '65 
BASES (chemistry) ^ , , , -, 

Recent advances in the base-catalyzed re- 
actions of sulfur compounds. T. J. Wallace, 
bibliog J Chem Ed 41:542-9 O '64 
See also 

Acid-base equilibrium 
BASIC education. See Fundamental education 
BASIC research. See Research 
BASKETBALL , . , ^^ „ 

Attacking the multiple zone. H. Buxenbaum 
and J. Sells, il diags Schol Coach 34:18+ 
<-» '64 , ^ . 

Court in the act! a comedy of terrors and 
errors. R. M. Ahen. Schol Coach 34:66-7 
N '64 

Girls basketball, an exciting game for all 
girlsi! M. J. Barnes. Sch Activities 35:263-5 
My '64 

Massed and distributed practice effects on the 
acquisition and retention of a novel basket- 
ball skill. R. N. ainger. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 36:68-77 Mr '65 

Not press, presses! M. Boesen. diags 
Athletic J 45:25+ N '64 . , ^. ^^ 

One with the biggest potential. Times Ed 
Sup 2579:706 O 23 '64 

Bibliography 
Bovs, basketball, and books. R. J. White- 
head. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:26-7 N '64 

Teaching methods 
All fundamentals the thirty-minute way. 
H. J. Oxford. Athletic J 45:40 D '64 

Colleges and universities 
Akron's basic ten defensive drills. T. Later za. 

Athletic J 45:110 S '64 
Attacking the zone with a short center. 

R. E. Wilder, il Schol Coach 34:10-11+ 

D '64 
Basketball's diagonal cut offense. C. H. Obye. 

diags Athletic J 45:22+ O '64 
Cut through zone offense. H. F. Quandt. 

diags Athletic J 45:52 O '64 
Defending the low post. B. Waters, il Schol 

Coach 34:14-16 N '64 
Defenses deter defeats. S. J. Picariello. diags 

Athletic J 45:20+ Ja '65 
Defensing the man without the ball. W. J. 

Sullivan, diags Schol Coach 34:28+ D '64 
Different defensive principles. G. Parker. 

diags Athletic J 45:15+ D '64 
Double-team trapping. R. Grady, il Schol 

Coach 34:8-9+ D '64 
Drills for the tall man. M. G. Severson. 

diags Athletic J 45:20+ N '64 
Emergency offense. E. Kernan. diags Ath- 
letic J 45:8+ F '65 
Georgetown's guard offense. B. Davis, il 

Schol Coach 34:12-13 O '64 
Get high percentage shots against the zone. 

R. Ekker. diags Athletic J 45:36+ N '64 
Mechanical defensive pattern. R. Grady, il 

diags Athletic J 45:34+ N '64 
Northwestern's control attack. B. Baillie. 

diags Schol Coach 34:20+ N '64 
Offset high pivot offense. C. Orsborn. diags 

Athletic J 45:28+ N '64 
1-3-1 semi-stall. M. Harkins. diags Schol 

Coach 34:7+ N '64 
Overcoming offensive height with the com- 
bination defense. J. N. Johnston, diags 

Athletic J 45:23-4+ D '64 
Overplay, the secret of pressure defense. R. 

Ekker. il diags Schol Coach 34:14+ O '64 
Qulncy college's reaction teaching techniques. 

J. G. Ortwerth. diags Athletic J 45:34+ O 

'64 
Reverse action for counter options. B. Blake. 

diags Athletic J 45:10+ D '64 
St Joseph's multiple man-to-man offense. 

J. Ramsay, diags Schol Coach 34:10-11+ 

N '64 



Simplified match-up defense. C. J. Daly. 

diags Schol Coach 34:10-11+ O '64 
Single post attack. K. A. Hunter, il diags 

Athletic J 45:8-12+ N '64 
Single post variation offense. W. L. Wall. 

diags Athletic J 45:20+ O '64 
Six steps to one-on-one proficiency. B. 

Waters, il Schol Coach 34:12-16+ D '64 
Three man stall offense. L. B. LaGrand. diags 

Schol Coach 34:22-3+ D '64 
Various basketball strategies in 1964. N. W. 

Nitchman. diags Athletic J 45:33-7+ D '64 
Why the half-court press? C. Winsor. diags 

Athletic J 45:32+ O '64 
Zone attack with a combination offense. C 

Winsor. diags Athletic J 45:32+ N '64 

High schools 
Aggressive fast-break defense. D. Wilkie. 

diags Schol Coach 34:22+ O '64 
Attacking pressure defenses. F. Price, diags 

Athletic J 45:40+ N '64 
Attacking the zone defenses. E. Hager. diags 

Athletic J 45:9+ D '64 
Basketball managers; a key to organization 

success. C. J. Kowalk. il Athletic J 45:28+ 

S '64 
Beating the full-court zone press with a 

1-2-1-1. P. D. Lockhart. diags Schol Coach 

34:24+ N '64 
Correct basketball statistics using a tape 

recorder. A. Summers. Athletic J 45:31+ 

S '64 
Disciplined offense. A. Burger, diags Ath- 
letic J 45:26+ N '64 
Fast-break situations, diags Schol Coach 34: 

46+ O '64 
Five bread-and-butter stunts. S. Verderame. 

il Schol Coach 34:8-9+ O '64 
Four horsemen out-of-botuids series. H. 

Munoz. diags Schol Coach 34:36+ N '64 
Four option offense for high schools. J. F. 

Lawrey. diags Athletic J 45:48-9 O '64 
Four options off the reverse action offense. 

A. Freund. diags Athletic J 45:66-7 O '64 
Free-four-all attack. M. McGreevy. il diags 

Schol Coach 34:12-13+ N '64 
Methods of high school basketball condition- 
ing. P. M. Baker, il Athletic J 45:42+ O '64 
1964 all-American H.S. basketball squad. 

Schol Coach 33:76-7 My '64 
1964 state basketball tournaments. Athletic 

J 44:10-11 My '64 
One defense is enough. J. Swan. Athletic J 

45:42-3+ Ja '65 
1-1-3 zone defense. H. Livsey. diag Ath- 
letic J 45:56-7 O '64 
1-2-1-1 pressure defense. C. Maynor. diags 

Schol Coach 34:48-51 N '64 
Operation film service. F. Lessiter. il Schol 

Coach 34:14+ Ja '65 
Pattern defense. L. Kliewe. diags Athletic 

J 45:16-17+ D "64 
Percentage play. J. Filor. diags Athletic J 

45:50-1 N '64 
Pick-and-roll: components and variations. 

R. H. Joor. il diags Athletic J 45:24+ O '64 
Pre-game wama-up drills. E. G. Van Buren. 

diags Athletic J 45:16+ N '64 
Revolving continuity offense. P. M. Baker. 

il diags Schol Coach 34:8-9+ N '64 
Scoring on the zone press. J. Darr. diags 

Athletic J 45:8+ D '64 
Spectator behavior at basketball games. 

H. J. Bien. H Points 46:67-9 Je '64 
Statistical and chart data: advantages and 

disadvantages. W. F. Case. Athletic J 45: 

12+ O '64 
Survey of high school basketball coaches. 

R. E. Murrey. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35: 

65-7 My '64 
T and one. J. Sanborn, diags Athletic J 45: 

62-3 O '64 
Training versatility. N. Gleaton. il Athletic J 

45:9-11 O '64 
Zone offense. C. Batway. diags Athletic J 

45:58-9 Ja '65 

Junior high schools 

Complete .iunior high offense. J. Tansey. diags 
Athletic J 45:68-70 N '64 

Keep the pressure on! L. Kilpatrick. Schol 
Coach 34:38+ O '64 

Purposeful practice for accurate shooting. 
J. A. Feldman. il Athletic J 45:30 O '64 

Simplified 1-4 attack. K. Henry, diags Schol 
Coach 34:7 D '64 

Stalling offense. O. G. Turchi. diags Ath- 
letic J 45:48-9 Ja '65 

Triple-post attack. J. R. Dawkins. diags 
Schol Coach 34:7+ O '64 
BASKETBALL managers. See Athletic man- 
agers 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



69 



BASKETBALL players 
HiKh school athletes are brighter. R. M. 
Eidsmoe. J Health Phys Kd Kec 35:53-4 
My '64 
Picking the team. H. Wolfe, diags Schol 
Coach 34:30-f O '64 
BASKETBALL teams 
Rx for intramural basketball. E. E. Gibbons. 
Athletic J 45:47 D '64 
BAS-RELIEF 
Bas-relief mural. R. Moore, il Sch Arts 64:2.T 

X '64 
Cardboard and crinoline eret pla-stered. R. D. 
Martin, il Arts & Activities 57:13-16 F '65 
Plastics lead in new directions: bas-relief 
casting. T. R. Newman, il Arts & Activities 
56:22-0 S '64 
BASSO, IVIarcella E. 
Teacher from Vermont, il pors Instr 73:S-9 
Je '64 
BASSOON music 
Mu.sic for ol)oe and bas.soon. B. Organ. Sch 
Mu.«irian 36:22+ Ap '65 
BATHING suits 
In the swim. H. Griffen. 11 Prac Forecast 10; 
P 13+ My '65 
BATHS (chemical apparatus) See Chemical 

ar>paratU3 
BATIK 
Art appreciation: American craftsmen. 11 Arts 

& Activities 56:34-5 O '64 
Art of hat Ik today. N. Krcvitsky. il Art Ed 

17:33-5 N '64 
Bea'.s batiks mean business. M. V. Davis. 

il Arts A Activities 56:11 Ja '65 
Take the work out of Itatik. 1... T. Home, il 
Arts & Activities 57:S-12 Ap '65 
BATTELLE memorial institute. Columbus, 
Ohio 
I/ri' Iiook labelintr system >roos to market; 
Se-T.ln. G. T. Piez. il ALA IJuI 58:554-6 
Jo '64 
BATTING. See Baseball 

BAZAN, Emilia Pardo, See Pardo BazAn. E. 
BEACON, New York 

Public schools 
Jadick case. J. E. Glenn. N Y State Ed 52: 
20-1 Ja '65 

BEADS 
J'np jroes an Idea. E. J. Swenson. II Ariih 
Toach 11:425-7 O "64 
BEAUTY. See Aesthetics 

BEAUTY, Personal. See QroomlnK. Personal 
BEAUTY culture. See Cosmelolojjy 
BECENTI. Ernest 
We are leclon: members of the month, por 
PTA Mak' 50:19-20 F '65 
BECHUANALAND 
Sen nl.iii 
I'Mui-at Ion licchwanalaDd 
BECK word-color association test. Sec As- 

.sodatloii (p.sychology) — Tests and scales 
BECKETT, Samuel 
H<(k.tiH pluy. Play. B. F. Dukore. Ed 

Tlicalro J 17:19-23 Mr '65 
How It Is: with Beckett's Action. R. Fcder- 

iTian. French R 3S:459-6S F '65 
Ideal core of the onion: Samuel Beckett's 
criticism. J. M. Morse. French R 38:23-9 
O '64 
B^CQUER. Gustavo Adolfo 
La mujer inaloanzfible oomo tema en 
ciertius leyoiidas de BiJcquer. W. Woolsey. 
Hispania 47:277-81 My '64 
BEDALES school, Steep, England 

liedaU'S still distinctive; .mcIiooI with a sense 
of piiri>o.so. Times Ed Sup 2596:522 F 19 '65 
BEDFORD, New York 

Public schools 
DevolopInK a unified arts area In an unarraded 
middle .schoor S. R. Wilt.<se. jr. 11 plan Ind 
Arts it Voc hd 54:44-5 Mr '65 
BEDFORD COUNTY. Virginia 

Liberty high school 
Bedford Coimtv climaxes consolidation pro- 
gram. O. F. Hamm. il Va J Ed 58:32-3 Mr 
•65 
BEDFORD VILLAGE, New York 
Public schools 
.Sinuilnted envlroiiinents for Individualized 
instruction. G. E. Ingham. II Av Instr 9: 
410-11 S '64 
BEEF cattle. See Cattle, Beef 
BEERS law 
IStHip'a law without calculus. R. C. Pinker- 
ton. J Chem Ed 41:366-7 JJ '64; Reply. 
C. C. Solomons. 42:226 Ap '65 



BEES 

Mathematics of the honeycomb. D. F. Sie- 
mens, jr. diags Math Teach 58:334-7 Ap 
■65 
BEEVILLE, Texas 

High school 

Successful eis?ht-period high school day; how 
eiKhi-period schedule operates. Am Sch Bd 
J 15U:7S-9 Ap "i;.) 
BEGGS. David W. 3d 

Two books take turns praisinp team teach- 
intr; review of Team teachin.t?: bold new 
venture, ed. by D. W. Beggs. 3d. J. M. 
Spinning. Nations Sch 73:12+ My '64 
BEHAVIOR 

Cau.ses and consequences of behavior. R. H. 
Ojenmiin. biblioir Ed 85:78-83 O "64 

Do you understand the language of behavior? 
M. R. Weisbord. Volta R 66:610-14 O '64 

Eifects of television on attitudes and be- 
havior. P. A. Witty. biblioK Ed 85:98-105 
O '64 

Evaluating education by the individual pro- 
duced. J. F. Shankweiler. Pa Sch J 113: 
262-3 F '05 

ForKive the little children. J. Wellington, 
il PTA MaK 58:12-14 Je '64 

Hospital through a child's eyes. M. L. 
Adams and D. C. Berman. il Children 12: 
102-4 My '65 

How to make parents responsible for dis- 
cipline. J. H. Moehle. il Sch Mgt 8:79-81 
S -04 

How well should children mind? with study- 
discussion proKram by R. Strang. M. M. 
Conant. biblloK II PTA Mag 59:10-12, 43 F 
'65 

Limits to deviant behavior In the Klfted. 
R. Kelley. il .Sch Life 47:4-6 O '64: Same 
cond. Ed Dleost 30:37-9 F '65 

McDounall revisited. M. A. Boden. bibllog 
J Personal 33:1-19 Mr '65 

M,^rli.'uiical aids for maklni; specimen records 
of t.-liavior. P. SchoKKen. Child Develop 35: 

Ov' V '^ Tl 

On ' - himian behavior. G. T. 

K 1 20:59-63 N '64 

Pai' ■• In mothers of diabetic 

1' children. A. .1. Grain. 

t. Kron 56:675-9 N '64 

P'l cm and e«lucatlon. C. R. 

Ml .. ; . .. J Ed 42:224-8 Ja '65 

Positive ap|)roach to better student conduct. 
P. S. Van Ifoufoti. Nat Assn Women Deans 
* Counselors J 2S-8S-91 Wint '«5 

.School iind self-understanding; teaching the 
dynanilr.s of behavior. J. Samler. Har- 
vanl Ed R 36 60-2 Wlnt '65; Discussion. 
35:216-20 Spr '65 

SitrnlMcant chanKos In the direction of be- 
havior. H. M. Bell. Personnel & Guld J 43: 
43S-I2 Ja 65 

Teaching, acting, and behavlnjc. T. F. Green. 
Harvard Ed R 34:507-24 Fall '64; Discus- 
sion. 35:191-209 Spr '65 

Teen-aKO code of conduct for parents; with 
study-dl.Hcussion program by C. Smallen- 
buPK ami IT .Smallonburt?. A. D. Buch- 
mueller. bibllog II PTA Mag 59:4-7. 36-7 O 
"64 

Sec also 

AfTRTesslveness (psychology) 

.Viilmal behavior (i)sycholofry) 

i;il>uiot 

(~k>.Tl pf>eklntr 

*■• '■•Iiavlor 

handicapped — Behavior 

!i.'iii<liratM>t^d ciiililriMi- l!t-Ii.'ivior 
ill licli.ivlor 
•> (behavior) 
'■hlldren 
\'irliil behavior 

Evaluation by clinicians 

E.xperlmental procedures for analyzlnR the 
int«>raction of symbolic social stiiiuili and 
children's behavior. (). I. Lovaas and 
others, bibllog II Child Develop 36:237-47 
Mr '65 

Stereot>'Ped movements of mental defectives; 
ward behavior and Its relation to an ex- 
perimental task. G. Berkson. Am J Men 
Defloiency 69:253-64 S '64 

Evaluation by parents 

ChildrearinK antecedents of audience sensi- 
tivity. A. Paivio. biblioK Child Develop 35: 
397-416 Je '64 

Circumplex model for social behavior In chil- 
dren. W. C. Becker and R. S. Krug. bib- 
llog Child Develop 35:371-96 Je '64 



70 



EDUCATION INDEX 



B E H A V I O R — Continued. 

Evaluation by students 
Children look at their own behavior; Michi- 
gan social science education project. R. 
Lippitt and others, il NBA J 53:14-16 S '64 
They really want to know. E. M. Anglin 
and M. L. Carroll. J Teach Ed 15:303-9 
S '64 

Evaluation by teachers 
Behavior problems in early adolescence. H. 

C. Quay and L. C. Quay. Child Develop 
36:215-20 Mr '65 

Can teachers predict delinquency? F. R. 
Scarpitti. El Sch J 65:130-6 D '64 

Circumplex model for social behavior in chil- 
dren. W. C. Becker and R. S. Krug. bib- 
liog Child Develop 35:371-96 Je '64 

Evaluation scale for four- and five-year-old 
children. A. L. Butler, bibliog Indiana Univ 
Sch Ed Bui 41:1-50 Mr '65 

Research 
Achievement behavior in young children. V. 
Crandall. bibliog 11 Young Children 20:76- 

90 N '64 

Action-thought dimension and performance 
in an action versus thought conflict situa- 
tion. K. T. Hill and E. Zigler. bibliog J 
Personal 32:666-81 D '64 

Avoidance behavior in vocational motivation. 

D. G. Zytowski. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
43:746-50 Ap '65 

Characteristics of perceived helpers. T. K. 
Miller, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:687- 

91 Mr '65 

Comparative analysis of the junior college 
dean's leadership behavior. J. O. Carson, 
jr, and R. E. Schultz. J Exp Ed 32:355-62 
Sum '64 

Conflict and conceptual structure as de- 
terminants of decision-inaking behavior. J. 

E. Sieber and J. T. Lanzetta. J Personal 
32:622-41 D '64 

Cross-cultural dimensions in expressed moral 
values. M. R. B. Klinger and J. Veroff. 
bibliog Personnel & Guid J 42:899-903 
My '64 

Developmental features of behaviour and 
perception. G. H. Fisher. 11 Brit J Ed 
Psychol 35:69-78 F '65 

Deviant behavior in 2M>-year-old premature 
children. H. Wortis and others, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:871-9 S '64 

Dimensions of teacher behavior. D. Solomon 
and others, bibliog J Exp Ed 33:23-40 Fall 
•64 

Effect of behavioral counseling in group and 
individual settings on information-seeking 
behavior; with cominent by H. B. Pepin- 
sky. J. D. Krumboltz and C. E. Thoresen. 
bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11:324-35 Wint 
•64 

Effect of supplementary experiences upon the 
behavioral development of infants in in- 
stitutions. Y. Sayegh and W. Dennis. Child 
Develop 36:81-90 Mr '65 

Effects of adult social reinforcement on child 
behavior. F. R. Harris and others, bibliog 
Young Children 20:8-17 O '64 

Effects of punishment on a cooperative be- 
havior in children. H. P. Weingold and 
R. L. Webster. Child Develop 35:1211-16 D 
'64 

Evaluation scale for four- and five-year-old 
children. A. L. Butler, bibliog Indiana Univ 
Sch Ed Bui 41:1-50 Mr '65 

Experimental study of the effects of class- 
room placement variables on student teach- 
er performance. R. E. Wilk. J Ed Psychol 
55:375-80 D '64 

Independence-conformity behavior as a func- 
tion of intellect: bright and dull children. 
D. J. Lucito. diag Excep Child 31:5-13 S '64 

Mechanisms of defense: an alternative re- 
sponse. H. Kellner and others, bibliog J 
Personal 32:601-21 D '64 

Music education and the rationale under- 
lying programmed instruction. I. Goldi- 
amond and S. Pliskoff. bibliog Mus Educa- 
tors J 51:43-7+ F '65 

Naturalistic studies of classroom learning. 
C. P. Baldwin, bibliog R Ed Res 35:107- 
13 Ap '65 

Principal-business manager relationships. 

W. Grossbach. J Sec Ed 39:326-32 N '64 
Sensory-feedback analysis of behavior In 

stereotelevised visual fields. K. U. Smith 

?-?,'^oJv^^A.*^°^J<i- il <iia,g J Ap Psychol 48: 
obl-s D 64 

Social behavior of children. W. W. Hartup. 
bibliog R Ed Res 35:122-9 Ap '65 



Teacher accuracy In assessing cognitive vis- 
ual feedback from students. J. Jecker and 
others. J Ap Psychol 48:393-7 D '64 

Trans-situational aspect of conforming be- 
havior. G. M. Vaughan. bibliog J Personal 
32:335-54 S '64 

University of Kansas symposium; physio- 
logical determinates of behavior: implica- 
tions for mental retardation. Kansas. Uni- 
versity. School of education, bibliog Kan 
Univ Kan Studies Ed 14 no3:l-117 '64 

Young children's yielding to false adult 
judgments. F. B. W. Harper and others, 
bibliog Child Develop 36:175-83 Mr '65 

Tests and scales 

Devereux child behavior rating scales: a 
study of symptom behaviors in latency age 
atypical children. G. Spivack and M. 
Levine. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
700-17 My '64 

Evaluation of Bronfenbrenner's questionnaire 
for children concerning parental behavior, 
M. Siegelman. bibliog Child Develop 36:163- 
74 Mr '65 
See also 

Fels parent behavior rating scales 
BEHAVIOR, Anti-social 

Adolescents describe their aversions. C, Urell 
and M. Talbot. Ed 85:166-71 N '64 

Antisocial child and the school. M. Farra- 
gher. Sch R 72:472-89 Wint '64 

Events and opinions. W. Kochnower, Clear- 
ing House 39:479-80 Ap '65 

Job-focused treatment for antisocial youth. 
J. D. Massimo and M. F. Shore. Children 
11:143-6 Jl '64 

Teacher and the emotionally disturbed child, 
D. Hallowitz. El Sch J 65:33-7 O '64 
BEHAVIOR, Fetal. See Activity, Prenatal 
BEHAVIOR patterns 

Behavior: disturbed or disturbing? R. R. Kyl- 
lonen. NEA J 53:50-2 S '64 

School discipline; third report on a study 
of students and school discipline In the 
United States and other countries. D. B. 
Vredevoe. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 49: 
215-26 Mr '65 

Research 

Stereotyped movements of mental defectives 
(cont) G. Berkson. Am J Men Deficiency 
69:253-64 S '64 

Study of three stereotyped behaviors in in- 
stitutionalized mental defectives. M. E. 
Kaufman and H. Levitt, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:467-73 Ja '65 
BEHAVIOR problems. See College students — 
Disciplinary problems: High school students 
— Disciplinary problems; Junior high school 
students^ — Disciplinary problems; Problem 
children; School children — Disciplinary prob- 
lems 
BEHAVIOR records. See Personnel records 
BEHAVIORAL sciences 

Children look at their own behavior; Michi- 
gan social science education project. R. 
Lippitt and others. 11 NEA J 53:14-16 S '64 

Existentialism in counseling: the humanist 
view. D. S. Arbuckle. bibliog Personnel & 
Guid J 43:558-67 F '65 

Existentialism in counseling: the scientific 
view. T. Landsman, bibliog Personnel & 
Guid J 43:568-73 F '65 

Man's unscientific behaviour; control of en- 
vironment. Lord Brain. Times Ed Sup 2571: 
279 Ag 28 '64 

Methodology of educational research in sci- 
ence and mathematics; educational re- 
search and the behavioral sciences, M. 
Belanger. R Ed Res 34:375-6 Je '64 

Professors and the public school curriculum. 
M. L. Cogan. J Teach Ed 15:443-7 D '64 

Sixty- third yearbook; pt. 2, Behavioral sci- 
ence and educational administration. Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
360p diags '64 The soc. 

Social and psychological perspectives on the 
development of the disadvantaged learner. 
M. Deutsch. bibliog J Negro Ed 33:232-44 
Sum '64 

Some human problems in interprofessional 
communication. H. Baumgartel. J Comm 
14:172-82 S '64 

Teacher and human freedom. W. C. Budd and 
C. W. Harwood, Phi Delta Kappan 46:87-9 
O '64 
See also 

Anthropology 

Psychology 

Social sciences 

Research 

Experimental education: Its bearing on so- 
cial and behavioral research. H. Winthrop. 
Ed Theory 15:135-41 Ap '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



71 



BEHAVIORAL sciences — Continued 
Teaching 
Approaching a study of behavioral patterns. 
W. B. Barbe and E. C. Frierson. Ed 85: 
137-42 N '64 
Behavioral social sciences and the social 
science curriculum of the American hish 
school. E. E. Snyder. Social Studies 56:5-9 
Ja '65 
Causes and consequences of behavior. R. H. 

O.iemann. biblioe Ed 85:78-83 O '64 
Pictorial analogies. Actions and elementary 
algebra in the treatment of the nature-nur- 
ture problem. H. Winthrop. Sci Ed 49:79-87 
F '65 
BEHAVIORISM 
From doing to being. R. D. Mosler. Ed 

Theory 15:35-8 Ja "65 
Help stamp out non-behavioral objectives. 
E. B. Kurtz, jr. Sci Teach 32:31-2 Ja '65 
See also 
Field theory fp.sychology) 
BeK£SY audiometer. See Audiometry 
BEL AIR, Maryland 

High school 
Orientation unit. S. J. Kukula. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 54:23-4 Ja '65 
BELGIUM 

See also 
Education — Belgium 
Mathematics — Teaching — Belgium 
BELIEF and doubt 
American Protestantism and Max Weber's 
I'roie.si.tnt eihlc. R. L. Means. Relig Ed 
60:90-8 Mr '65 
Comparison of the religious beliefs of de- 
linquent and non-delinquent Protestant 
adolescent boys. M. E. Scholl and J. Beker. 
Relig Ed 59:250-3 My '64 
Crisis of belief in modem literature. 

V. Strandberg. Engl J 53:475-834- O ■C4 
existentialism In counseling: the religious 
view. R. P. Vaughan. Personnel & Guid J 
43:553-7 F '65 
Secularization In college: an exploratory 
study. H. H. Toch and others, il ItellB Ed 
59:490-501-1- N '64 
.See also 
Truth 
BELIEF and doubt (psychology) 
Children's bcllufs in their own control of 
relnforcoment.s in Intelloctual-arademlc 
achievement .sltimtion.i. V. C Cmndall and 
others, bibllog Child Develop 36:91-109 Mr 
'65 
Ego strength and beliefs about the cau.se of 
Illness. Li. S. Stern, bibliog J Counsel 
Psychol 11:257-61 Fall '64 
Experlinontal study of the effects of 
cre<lllilllty on the comprehension of con- 
tent. P. K. Tompkins and L. A. Samovar. 
Speech Mon 31:120-3 Je "64 
BELL. Alexander Graham 
Decibel honor.s Inventor Alexander Graham 
Bell. Volia R 67:297-8 Ap "65 
BELL, Hugh 
Meet your CACER. Calif J Ed Res 15:213 



leet y( 

N '64 



BELL system. See Monitorial system of edu- 
cation 
BELLAMY, Edward 
Aiialy.-^l.s of formal education In Edward 
Bellamy's Ix)oklng backward; a novel of 
social reform. Q. Gutek. Hist Ed Q 4:251- 
63 I) '64 
BELLEVUE, Washington 

Public schools 
Team approach In guidance. W. E. Mattick 
and N. A. Nicholas. Personnel & Guid J 
42:922-4 My '64 
BELLFLOWER, California 

High school 
Motivation and the academically troubled 
student. J. W. Duncan. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prln Bui 49:92-6 Ja "65 
BELLS 

Sre also 
Carillons 
BELLWOOD, Illinois 

Public schools 
Should you teach children to play by ear? 
G. Blair. 11 Mus Educators J 51:94-f- S '64 
BELMAR, New Jersey 

Wall high school 
How ability grouping develops an effective 
and popular gymnastics unit. T. M. Vo- 
dola. 11 J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:30-1 O '64 



BELOIT college, Wisconsin 
Beloit plan. S. HajTvard. Liberal Ed 50:335- 

48 O '64 
New ma.ior at Beloit college. C. Walsh. Col 
Engl 26:159 N '64 
BELTSVILLE, Maryland 

High Point high school 
Vice-principal's duties in a school within a 
school. L,. Shelton. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
Bui 48:28-30 S '64 
BEN Casey; televi.-ion program. See Television 

broadra.sting — I'rogranis 
BENAVENTE, Jacinto 
Benavente and the United States . R. L. 
Sheehan. Hispania 47:497-500 S '64 
BENDER gestalt test 
Incidence of Bender-gestalt figure rotations 
among mentally defective psychiatric pa- 
tients. E. X. Freed. Am J Men Deficiency 
69:514 Ja '65 
Performance of brain damaged mental re- 
tardates on successive trials of the Bender- 
ge.'Jtalt. M. J. Pacella. bibliog Am J Men 
I)oncMencv fiO:723-S Mr '65 
BENEFIT societies 
Teacher welfare in France; MutuelJe gin6rale 
de I'ediication nationale. D. Forestler. NEA 
J 54:19-20 Ja '65 
BENJAMIN, Judah P. 
Benjamin's ethical strategy in the new Al- 
maden case: quicksilver mine claims. J. W. 
Wills. Q J Speech 50:259-65 O '64 
BENSON, Benny 
Stor>' about an Indian boy who designed 
Ala.^ka's flag. E. M. Wallace. Grade Teach 
.«2:lG:t-4 S '64 
BENZENE 
Adsorption of benzene on silica gel; a high 
vacimm experiment. J. C. Hanson and F. 
E. Stafford, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 42:88- 
91 F '65 
BENZOYL peroxide. See Peroxides 
BEQUESTS. Sec Gifts and be<juesta: Junior 

roli,k:ts — Gifts, legacies, etc. 
BERGER. Melvin 
Appreciation te.xt; review of Music In per- 
.xpectlve. by M. Berger and F. Clark. J. F. 
Hcrondeen. Sch Musician 35:164- My '64 
BERGSON, Henri Louis 
Thre<; inttrpretatlona of the pre-Socratlc 
r.hiioHophers. J. De Lucca. Class J 60:158-63 
Ja 'c:, 
BERKELEY r— -te 
Cau."*al :id rhetoric: a survey of 

the ni ' .phlcaJ conceptions of cause 

prior I .Stuart Mill; the skeptics' 

views of oau.-allty. C. F. Karna. Speech 
Mon 32:43-6 .Mr '65 
BERKELEY. California 

Public schools 
How Berkeley came to grips with de facto 
segregation. D. Iv. Freuileiilhal. Phi Delta 
KiiDPaii 4G:lSl-7 1) '61 
BERKSHIRE music center, Massachusetts 
CunfiLstul .statuy of music. E. LeInsdorf. Mus 
J 2.3:37 4- Ap '65 
BERKSHIRE symphonic festival. See Music 

fe.slival.'i — M.a.'^.'.-.'ichu.sctts 
BERLIN (East Berlin) 

Theater 
Galileo In East Berlin: notes on the drama 
in the DDR. P. Demetz. German Q 37: 
239-45 My '64 
BERLIN (West Berlin) 

Education 
Two Germ.an .schools Ijrnore the trend to 
unifornilty: John F. Kennedy international 
school and the Hermann Schtilz middle 
.school. V. Oriodcr. Nations Sch 75:12 F '65 
BERNANOS. Georges 
George P.ernanos: a novelist and his art. 
K. D. Reck. French R 38:619-29 Ap '65 
BERNARD, Jessie 
Sex and the scholarly yirl; review of Aca- 
demic women. J. M. Kreps. AAUP Bui 51: 
30-3 Mr '65 

BEST books. See Books and reading — Best 

books 
BETHESDA, Maryland 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase high school 
How to beat the college transcript rush. R. 
O. Zimmerman. 11 Sch Mgt 8:82-3 S '64 

Seven Locks school 
Concrete block provides economy and decora- 
tive effect. 11 Am Sch Bd J 150:29 Ja '65 



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BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania 

Liberty high school 

Civil technology training propam at Bfthle- 
hem hij?h school. L. A. Andrucci. il Am 
Voc J 39:19 My '64 

Public schools 
Easier way to learn to re^.^: I.T A W. D. 
Boutwell. il PTA Mag 59:11-13 S, 11-13 

How to eliminate the non-reader. R. Stewart. 

il Sch Mgt 8:97-8-1- O '64 
IT A: a step forward or„ sideways? T. C. 

Barrett Kd Lead 22:394-7 Mr 'b5 
Succeslof I.T.A. A. J. Mazurkiewicz. Times 

Ed Sup 2565:101 Jl 17 '64 . 
Teaching reading in America using the 

Initial teaching alphabet A. J. Mazur 

kiewicz. El Engl 41:766-72 N '64 
BEVERAGES 

Laws and legislation 

See also 
Liquor laws 
BEVERLY HILLS, California 
Public schools 
Achievement levels are ^ comfortable half 
step to a nongraded plan. is., u. Jr-eiers. 
Nations Sch 74:32-3 Jl '64 
BIALER-Cromwell chiidrens locus of control 
scale. See Locus of control scale 

^Whft is the Bible? F. W. Eastman, il Int 
J Relig Ed 41:8-94- O '64 
See also 
Commandments, Ten 

Allusions 
See Bible in literature 

Botany 
See Bible— Natural history 

Criticism, interpretation, etc. 
Bible and education in Germany; review of 
Die bibUsche ^ geschichte tm nnterrtcht, 

katechetische bf:^* '•«»/%.^yo1 ^- A/r?^fi^ 
J D Smart. Relig Ed 60:131-5 Mr 65 . 
Contemporaneity of the Bible in Christian 
education. F. Eastman. Relig Ed 59:370-7 

Dogmatic Christology and the historical-crit- 
ical method: some reflections on their in- 
tlrreStionship. J. C.,^ Weber. Christian 
Scholar 47:315-26 Wint '64 ^. „ 

In your church: segregation or congregation? 
J C. Swaim. il Int J Relig Ed 41:5-7-H 
D '64 

Examinations, questions, etc. 

Youth's response to the Bible. F. E. Bailey. 
Relig Ed 59:241-9 My '64 

Influence on literature 

See Bible in literature 
Language, style 

See also 
Hebrew language 

Legends and myths 
Biblical myth and Christian education. D. A. 
Fox. Relig Ed 60:117-19+ Mr '65 

Music 
Classical biblical recordings; a proposed sub- 
division of sacred music. J. A. Grispino. 
Sch Musician 36:50-2 Mr '65 
Music for Saul. A. Larsen. il Mus J 22:52-f 
D '64 

Natural history 

Consider the lilies. . . il Times Ed Sup 2586: 
1078 D 11 '64 ^^ ^ 
Study 

See Bible study 

Theology 
From where I sit: some issues in Christian 

education; biblical base. R. C. Miller. Relig 

Ed 60:104-5 Mr '65 
Historical dimensions for Christian education. 

KB. Cully. Relig Ed 59:378-85+ S '64 

Translations 
gee Bible — Versions 

Versions 
Did the Hebrews use three as a value for it? 
C.b; Read Sch Sci & Math 64:765-6 D '64 



Old Testament 
Approaches to the Old Testament for high 

school catechists and students. A. J. Tos. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:262-9 Ag '64 
Teaching the Old Testament in a private 

university. G. A. Larue. Relig Ed 59:417- 

21 S '64 

Genesis 
Latin class is introduced to Genesis. Sister 

St Veronique. Cath Sch J 64:65-6 S '64 

New Testament 

Christocentric group guidance. Sister Maria 
Giovanni, il Cath Sch J 64:32-4 My '64 

Dogmatic Christology and the historical-crit- 
ical method: some reflections on their in- 
terrelationship. J. C. Weber. Christian 
Scholar 47:315-26 Wint '64 
BIBLE classes. See Sunday schools — Senior de- 
partments 
BIBLE in literature 

One way to use the Bible: the example of 
J. D. Salinger. K. Hamilton. Christian 
Scholar 47:243-51 Fall '64 

Some biblical prototypes in Wolfgang 
Borcherfs stories. K. J. Fickert. German Q 
38:172-8 Mr '65 

Vigny and the Hebrew original of the Bible. 
A. A. Avni. French R 38:152-6 D '64 
BIBLE in the schools. See Religion in the pub- 
lic schools 
BIBLE study 

Bible and education in Germany; review of 
Die biblische geschichte im unterricht, 
katechetische heitruge, by M. Stallmann. 
J. D. Smart. Relig Ed 60:131-5 Mr '65 

Bible study in small groups. C. D. Wilson 
and A. O. Wilson, jr. il Int J Relig Ed 
41:14-15 N '64 

Biblical myth and Christian education. D. A. 
Fox. Relig Ed 60:117-19+ Mr '65 

Contemporaneity of the Bible in Christian 
education. F. Eastman. Relig Ed 59:370-7 
S '64 

Investigation into the comparative response 
of boys and girls to Scripture as a school 
subject in certain co-educational grammar 
schools in industrial South Wales. R. R. 
Dale and J. A. Jones, bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 34:132-42 Je '64 

Planning adult learning situations. P. L. 
Essert, il Int J Relig Ed 41:12-13 Mr '65 

Teach (Heb) whet or sharpen. M. D. Bang- 
ham, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11+ O '64 

Projects 
Bible vigil celebrates God's word. J. P. Cole. 

Cath Sch J 64:61-2 O '64 
Bible vigil challenges teen-age audience. 

Sister Mary Redempta. il Cath Sch J 64:6S 

O '64 

Teaching methods 
Development of programed materials for 

church school use. W. C. Tuck. Relig Ea 

59:338-43+ Jl '64 
How to help children to know the Bible. 

F. W. Eastman, il Int J Relig Ed 41:8-y 

D '64 
Scrambling the Bible. B. H. Smythe. Times 

Ed Sup 2594:337 F 5 '65 

Catholic schools and colleges 
Approaches to the Old Testament for high 

school catechists and students. A. J. Tos. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:262-9 Ag '64 
Bible devotions and national needs. A. Mul- 

laney. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:165-6 As 

'64 
Bible in the classroom. L. DePasquale. Cath 

Sch J 64:39-41 Je '64 
Latin class is introduced to Genesis. Sister 

St Veronique. Cath Sch J 64:65-6 S '64 
Treasures in the Bible. Sister Mary Davidica. 

bibliog Cath Sch J 65:36-9 Ja '65 

Colleges and universities 
Teaching the Old Testament in a private 
university. G. A. Larue. Relig Ed 59:417- 
21 S '64 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL centers 
Suggested bibliographical center for modern 
German literature. K. W. Jonas. German Q 
37:257-62 My '64 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL citations 
Analysis of references used in the 1960 
Encyclopedia of educational research. R. N. 
Broadus. J Ed Res 58:330-2 Mr '65 
BIBLIOGRAPHY 
See also 
Bio-bibliography 
Titles of books 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



72, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY — Continued 
Best books 
See Books and reading — Best books 

Teaching 
Undergraduate course in biblioKraphy. D. P. 

Deneau. Col EnKl 26:159-61 N '64 
BIBLIOTHERAPY 
Keader who needs remotivation. il. T. Moody. 

AL.A Bui 58:795-7 O '64 
Reader with mental and emotional problems. 

M. C. Hannigan. bibliog il ALuA. Bui 58: 

798-803 O '64 
BICYCLES 
Once upon a liffhtweiKht. K. Llcht. il Safety 

Ed 44:18-23 Ap '65 
Vl- W sponsors lite-a-bike campaign, il Safety 

Ed 44:7 Mr '65 
BICYCLING. See Cycling 
BIDDING, Competitive. See Contracts 
BIFFBALL. See Ball games 
BILINGUAL instruction 
FEES and the conservation of our language 

resources. T. Andersson. Hispania 47:593-6 

S '04 
Netherlands international school. Times Ed 

Sup 2501:1689 Je 19 '64 
Sanud project. AI. Mcrmelstein and B. A. 

Fox. H Points 47:5-10 Mr 'Oo 
Spanish for Spanish speakers. J. McClendon 

and a L. Ainsworth. Tex Outl 49:25-4- Mr 

'ti5 
Teaching in Turkey; the Maarif Kolej sys- 
tem. A. Sarach. H Points 47:50-3 Mr "65 
Teaching the bilingual cliild: research, de- 
velopment, and policy. A. B. Gaarder. Mod 

Lang J 49:165-75 Mr '^GS 
tice also 
Vernacular instruction 
BILINGUALISM 
Aphasia in bilingual and polyglot patients, 

a neurological and psychological study. Ai. 

H. Charlton. J Speech & Hearing L)is 29: 

307-11 Ag '64 
Bilingual Mexican- American a.i a potential 

teacher of Spani.sh. J. P. Wonder. His- 
pania 48:97-9 Mr '65 
Billn»fualism and the bilingual child: sj-m- 

posium. witli introd. by K. F. Rooming. 

bibllog Mod Lang J 49:143-75, 220-39 Mr- 

Ap "65 
How an urban school system Idrntincs It.s 

disadvantaged. H. Spears and I. I'lvnlck. 

J Negro Ed 33:245-53 Sum '64: Same. 34: 

47-55 VVint 65 
Intelligence and blllngualism a-s Indcpoi,.!. vt 

variales in a study of Junior high .k. 1.^. .1 

students of Chinese de.sccnt. M. K. Chtu. 

J Exp Ed 33:243-50 Spr *65 
Language barrier to infomatlonol life. K. 

Nesiuh. Year Book of Ed 1964:257-64 
Methods for the bilingual child. D. C. Ching. 

»)ll)liog El Engl 42:2f-7 Ja '05 
Wrllf^n language performance of sixth-grade 

children of low .socio-economic status from 

bilingual and from monolinguai b.nk- 

Sround.s. H. P. LewL^ and E. R. Lewis. 
Exp Ed 33:237-42 Spr "65 

Research 

Study of bllinguallsm among children of U.S.- 
French parcnt.s. U. W. M^tniux. bibllog 
French R 38:650-65 Ap '65 

Study of culturally imposed factors on school 
achievement in a metropolitan area. S. \V. 
Caplan and R. A. Ruble. J Ed Res 68:16-21 
S '64 

Guam 

Effects of different amounts of flrst-grado 
oral Engli.sh ln.«t ruction upon later reading 

Srogre.ss with Charnorro-.'Ji)eaking children. 
. G. Cooper. J Ed Res 58:123-7 N '64 

Wales 
Bilingual Wales. Times Ed Sup 2588:1171 D 
25 '64 
BILL of rights. See United States — Constitution 

—Bill of rights 
BINARY system (mathematics) 
Approximating an angle division by a 
sequence of bisections. I^. E. Pursell. diags 
Math Teach 57:529-:i2 D '64 
Graphic.T.1 approacli to l)lnary arithmetic. 

E. J. Haga. J Bsns Ed 40:28-9 O '04 
Negative and Imaginary' radice,«i. R. Braun- 
wart. 3d. Sch Sci & Math 65:292-5 Ap "65 
BINAURAL hearing. See Hearing — Binaural 
hearing 



BINET tests 

Comparison of Binet and the Kindergarten 
evaluation of learning potential. M. C. Ro- 
beck and J. A. R. Wilson. Ed & Psychol M 
24:393-7 Sum '64 

Comparison of the PPVT. Wechsler-Bellevue, 
and .Stanford-Binet on educable retardates. 
A. Burnett. Am J Men Deficiency 69:712- 
15 Mr '65 

Long term constancy of Binet IQ in re- 
tardation. R. H. Earhart and S. A. War- 
ren, bihliog Train Sch Bui 61:109-15 N '64 

Suitability of the Kuhlmann-Binet infant 
scale for assessing intelligence of mental 
retardates. A. M. Shotwell. bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 68:757-65 My "64 
BINGHAMTON, New York 

High schools 
Binghamton evaluates semiannual promotion. 
E. L. Koch. Am Sch Bd J 148:28 My '64 
BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY 
Paperbacks preferred: a variety of Amer- 
ican biography. D. M. Perks. H Points 46: 
69-70 My '64 
See also 
Bibliography 
Biography 
BIOCHEMISTRY 
Hjf) in bjologi^.il svstems. R. K. Jennings. 11 

.Sci Te.irh :12: 15-17 F 65 
Light and small angle X-ray scattering and 
biological macromoleculea. S. N. Timasheff. 
diags J Chcm Ed 41:314-20 Je '64 
Sr- nUn 
^ • irs 

is 
iiosition 

Experiments 
Experlment.ll laboratory block in paper 
ch: ihv. W. L. Witters, il Am Biol 

T. -50 O '64 

I'ai ■ ography as a biological tool. 

.s. 1 . .iMi LM liibliog II diags Am Biol Teach 
26:435-44 O '64 
Resurrection day In the laboratory: energy 
and ATP. R. Cas-sin. Am Biol Teach fl: 
171-6 Mr '65 

Research 
Biocli in mongolism (cont) O. 

II ! others. 11 Am J Men 

D- Jl '64 

BIOENERGETICS 
Cuii.'-mI, tatiun of energetics In biological sys- 
tem' A. D. Bender. Am Biol Teach 27:46-8 
Ja '65 
Resiirrectlon day In the laltoratory: energy 
and ATP. R. Cassln. Am Biol Teach ff: 
171 -f. Mr '65 
BIOGRAPHERS. See Biography 
BIOGRAPHICAL Information blank. See Per- 
sonal hi.siory Inventories 
BIOGRAPHICAL inventory. See Personal his- 
tory Inventories 
BIOGRAPHY 
Changing Images of George Washhigton from 
\Ve< ni.s to Freoman. R. Partin. Social Studies 
.'.6:52-9 F '65 
What is children's literature? children's lit- 
erature, new. C. S. Huck. El Engl 41:471- 
4-f- My '64 
See also 
Blo-bl bl lography 
BIOLOGICAL and agricultural index 

New .siiece.'<.';or: formerly Agricultural Index. 
Wi'^on Lib Bui .■;0:2744- N '64 
BIOLOGICAL Chemistry. See Biochemistry 
BIOLOGICAL cycles. See Periodicity 
BIOLOGICAL laboratories 

Equipment and supplies 
Impact of new curricula on facilities for 
biology. J. R. Daw.son, jr. Am Biol Teach 
26:601-4 D '64 
Teaching biologj' In the Junior college. L. II. 
Monaco. Am Biol Teach 27:30-2 Ja '65 

Safety devices and measures 
Microbiological ha;:nrd3 In the laboratory. 

G. B. Phillips. 1)11. liog J Chom Ed 42:A43- 

A44-+- Ja: A 117-A 120-f- F '65 
Potential biohazards in cancer research. J. F. 

Kieley and W. R. Br>'an. Sci Teach 32:31-}- 

F T..^, 

BIOLOGICAL models 
Model to demonstrate plant growth. W. L. 
Koukkari and W. H. Fitzgibbon. diags So 
Teach 31:50 D '64 



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BrOLOGICAL physics. See Biophysics 
BIOLOGICAL research 

Learning biology at the college freshman 
level. Li. C. bhell and JD. J. Hawes-Davis. 
Am Biol Teach 27:2l)-9 Ja '65 

Realistic experiences in biological research. 
D. A. Waldman. H Points 46:71-6 N '64 

Summer in science research; a participation 
program for high school teachers and stu- 
dents. L.. Gross and others, il Sci Teach 
31:314- Ap '64 
See also 

Animal experimentation 
BIOLOGICAL sciences curriculum study 

BSCS materials in the preparation of teachers 
of biology. W. C. VanDeventer. Sch Sci 
& Math 64:683-93 N '64 ... 

Comparative effect of BSCS and traditional 
biology on student achievement. L. Lison- 
bee and B. J. Fullerton. Sch Sci & Math 
64:594-8 O '64 

Impact of new curricula on facilities for biol- 
ogy. J. R. Dawson, jr. Am Biol Teach 26: 
601-4 D "64 . . , .^ „ 

Impact of testing on new curricula. W. V. 
Mayer. Am Biol Teach 26:585-8 D '64 

New day in biology teaching. D. G. Hum- 
phrey. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:74-5 
Spr '65 

New science curriculums. A. Calandra; E. G. 
Colby, il Sch Mgt 8:75-83+ N '64; Same 
cond. A. Calandra. Ed Digest 30:11-14 P '65 

Teaching science to the slow learner; the 
BSCS point of view. L. Lisonbee. bibliog 
Sch Sci & Math 65:39-46 Ja '65 
BIOLOGICAL specimens 

Live specimens. M. C. Taylor. Am Biol Teach 
27:116-17 F '65 

Collection and preservation 

Hydras: relaxation and wholemount prepara- 
tion, P. A. Thomas. Sci Teach 32:54 Mr 
•65 

Mounting birds chemically. W. B. Stapp and 
J. L. Shull. il Am Biol Teach 26:432-4 
O "64 

Preparation and use of mammal skeletal ma- 
terials for the science classroom. A. Roberts, 
il Am Biol Teach 26:416-25 O '64 

Preparation of monkey skeletons using the 
dermestid beetle technique. R. Klein, ii 
Am Biol Teach 26:426-7 O '64 

Technique of preparing bird skeletons for 
study by maceration. J. H. Hamon. il Am 
Biol Teach 26:428-31 O '64 

Technique to clear specimens and stain bone. 
L. Haber. il Sci Teach 31:41-}- N '64 
BIOLOGISTS 

Why biology? D. McKinley. Sci Ed 48:454-9 
D '64 
BIOLOGY 

See also 

Biochemistry 

Biophysics 

Botany 

Cell division (biology) 

Cultures (biology) 

Embryology 

Evolution 

Genetics 

Life (biology) 

Marine biology 

Parasites 

Regeneration (biology) 

Symbiosis 

Achievements, Student 

Comparative effect of BSCS and traditional 
biology on student achievement. L. Lison- 
bee and B. J. Fullerton. Sch Sci & Math 
64:594-8 O '64 

How successful is team teaching? R. W. 
White. Sci Teach 31:34-5+ O "64 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 

Sing along biology course. D. Tatroe and 
M. Rivas. Am Biol Teach 27:38-9 Ja '65 

Bibliography 
Book reviews. See issues of American biology 

teacher 
New books for the high school science shelf. 

seventh series: 1964: biology. L. Panush, 

Sch Sci & Math 65:307-19 Ap '65 
Paperbacks preferred; biology and natural 

history. D. M. Perks. H Points 46:51-3 N '64 

Classification 
Amateur photography as a teaching tool. 
R. L. Gantert. il Sci Teach 31:59-61 My '64 

Correlation with other subjects 
Applying principles of biology in teaching 

agriculture. S. S. Sutherland. Am Biol 

Teach 27:49-51 Ja '65 
Teaching biology to the slow learner R. J. 

Lichtenstein. H Points 47:59-62 Ap '65 



Curriculum 

Biology education of secondary school pupils. 

Soviet Ed 6:36-42 O '64 

Facts and concepts of chemistry of import- 
ance for introductory high school biology. 
L. J. Thelen. Sci Ed 48:447-53 D '64 

Improved biology curriculum, with fewer 
courses. J. M. Ford, diag Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:81-2 Spr '65 

Life science program at the U.S. air force 
academy. G. J. D. Schock. Am Biol Teach 
27:36-7 Ja '65 

Need for direction in the college biology cur- 
riculum. T. A. Hutto. Am Biol Teach 27:24- 
5 Ja '65 

Proposal for the improvement of education in 
America. H. A. Miller. Am Biol Teach 27: 
40-3 Ja '65 

Teaching biology in the junior college. L. H. 
Monaco. Am Biol Teach 27:30-2 Ja '65 

Three areas of change; the biological sci- 
ences. Univ Q 19:137-42 Mr '65 
See also 

Biological sciences curriculum study 

Evaluation 
Impact of testing on new curricula. W. V. 
Mayer. Am Biol Teach 26:585-8 D '64 

Research 
Teaching of science at the college and uni- 
versity level; biology. W. C. "Van Deventer. 
R Ed Res 34:336-7 Je '64 

Demonstrations 
Land snail for demonstrating mitosis and 

meiosis. J. B. Burch and C. M. Patterson. 

bibliog il diags Am Biol Teach 27:203-7 

Mr '65 
Sex check. W. A. Reynolds and T. R. Mertens. 

bibliog il Am Biol Teach 26:411-15 O '64 
Use of albino laboratory mice for the demon- 
stration of parasites. W. B. Stone and 

R. D. Manwell. bibliog il Am Biol Teach 

27:208-13 Mr '65 

Ecology 
See Ecology 

Experiments 
Absorption, reflection, and transmission of 

light by chlorophyll. P. Geisert. diags Sci 

Teach 31:60-1 Ap '64 
Class culture and utilization of albino maize 

in the teaching of photosynthesis. C. Souers. 

il Sch Sci & Math 65:121-4 F '65 

Field work 
Biology in summer school. W. Kastrinos. Am 
Biol Teach 27:265-8 Ap '65 

Laboratory work 

Empirical factor correlation for interpreta- 
tion of data, in plant distribution problems. 
W. J. Kelley. Sch Sci & Math 64:409-12 My 
•64 

Experimental laboratory block in paper 
chromatography. W. L. Witters, il Am Biol 
Teach 26:445-50 O '64 

One cell. T. Stopyra. il diags Am Biol Teach 
27:177-84 Mr '65 

Projects 

Explore the fascinating world of tiny crea- 
tures. J. E. Hyer. Grade Teach 82:72-f- S 
•64 

Lens regeneration in the newt, triturui 
viridescens: a teacher-student research 
project. R. J. Brady, bibliog il diags Am 
Biol Teach 27:185-93 Mr '65 

Preparation and use of mammal skeletal 
materials for the science classroom. A. 
Roberts, il Am Biol Teach 26:416-25 O '64 

Realistic experiences in biological research. 
D. A. Waldman. H Points 46:71-6 N '64 

Research reading in biology. B. H. Blausteln. 
H Points 47:49-54 F '65 

Research 
See Biological research 

Subject matter 

Basic soil study. R. Brown, il Am Biol Teach 
26:515-18 N '64 

Comparative study of adolescents' interests 
in biology in the United States and Egypt. 
S. I. Boulos. Sci Ed 49:185-9 Mr '65 

Consideration of energetics in biological sys- 
tems. A. D. Bender. Am Biol Teach 27:46-8 
Ja "65 

Lichen, a simple pioneer? W. C. Fraser, sr. 
il Sci Teach 32:12-15 Ap '65 

New day in biology teaching. D. G. Hum- 
phrey. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:74-5 
iSpr '65 



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75 



BIOLOGY — Continued 

Summer programs 
Biolopy In summer school. "W. Kastrinos. Am 

Biol Teach 27:265-8 Ap '65 
Great experiments in biolo&y; a summer 

projrram for academically talented high 

school students. B. E. Voss. Am Biol Teach 

27:257-9 Ap '65 
Summer biology program for high-ability 

students. M. Druger. il Am Biol Teach 27: 

251-6 Ap '65 

Teacher education 
See Biology teachers — Education 

Teaching 

New day In biology teaching. D. Q. Hum- 
phrey. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:74-5 
Spr '65 

Teaching biological sciences at the elemen- 
tary level outside the classroom. I. Cull. 
Am Biol Teach 27:274-6 Ap '65 

Research 
Comparative effect of BSCS and traditional 
biology on student achievement. L. Lison- 
bee and B. J. Fullerton. Sch Scl & Math 
64:594-8 O '64 

CoUeoea and universities 
Independent study In teaching biology. J. M. 

Ford. Improving Col Unlv Teach 13:76-8 

Spr '65 
Learning biology at the college fre.<»hman 

level. Li. C Shell and D. J. Hawea-Davis. 

Am Biol Teach 27:26-9 Ja '65 
Need for direction in the college biology 

curriculum. T. A. Hutto. Am Diol Teach 

27:24-.! .la '5 
Three areas of change: the biological sci- 
ences. Univ Q 19:137-42 Mr '65 
Tool for independent study In biology. J. 

Rlcard Improving Col Unlv Teach l3:79-S0 

Spr "65 
Why biology? D. McKlnley. Scl Ed 48:454-9 

D '64 

Fifth grades 

Marine life: for fifth grade. L. M. Bennett. 
U Scl Ed 48:404-18 D '64 

Iliuh schools 

Above and beyond In senior high bloloirv. 
M. L. Madson. il Minn J Ed 45:27 Ja 'f.5 

Facts and concept.i of ch<-nil.strv of import- 
ance for Introdurtorv hlirh school bloloiry. 
L. J. Thelen. Scl Ed 48:447-63 D '64 

Realistic experlenccn In biological rc.ioarch. 
D. A. Waldman. H Tolnts 46:71-6 N '64 

Teaching biology to the slow learner. R. J. 
Llchtenstoln. H Points 47:59-62 Ap '65 

Teaching of values and the biology teacher. 
J. B. Davis. Am Biol Teach 27:272-3 Ap 
•65 

Teaching science to the slow learner; the 
BSCS point of view. U I.l.sonbee. bibllog 
Sch Scfft Math n,',;.-?!)-46 .la '65 

Thoughts from an OBTA winner. R. Wenner. 
Am Biol Teach 20:592-5 D '64 

Trying a sununer Institute In advanced bi- 
ology. F. T. Davenport. Scl Teach 31:34-5 
Ap '64 

What is biology? O. W. Sudler. Am Biol 
Teach 27:260-1 Ap '65 

Junior coUcoca 
Teaching biology in the inn lor college. L. H. 
Monaco. Am Biol Teach 27:30-2 Ja '65 

Junior high achoola 
Class culture and utilization of albino maize 
In the teaching of photosynfhe.«<ls. C. Soucrs. 
11 Sch Scl & Math 65:121-4 F '65 

Arizona 
Thwarting the antl-evolutlon movement In 
Arizona. L. L.isonbee. Scl Teach 32:35-7 F 
'65 

Russia 

Biology education of secondary school punlls. 

Soviet Ed 6:36-42 O '64 
Methodology of biology Instruction as a 

pedagogical science. N. M. Verzllln. Soviet 

Ed 0:.'?I-41 Ag '61 
Successes of biology teachers In Lipetsk and 

the Lipetsk Region. M. I. Mel'nikov. Soviet 

Ed 7:23-7 F '65 

Tropics 

Tropical sharks not British; biology teacher 
from England In tropical Africa. Times Ed 
Sup 2592:174 Ja 22 '65 



Teaching aids and devices 
Amateur photography as a teaching tool. 

R. L. Gantert. il Sci Teach 31:59-61 My '64 
BSCS materials in the preparation of teachers 

of biologj'. W. C. VanDeventer. Sch Sci & 

Math 64:6S3-93 X '64 
Biologj' crossword puzzle. C. Lownum Am 

Biol Teach 27:281 Ap '65 
Class culture and utilization of albino maize 

in the teachine of phoiosvnthe.<5is. C. Souers. 

il Sch Sci & Math 65:121-4 F '65 

Teaching methods 
Learning biolojg^' at the college freshman 

level. L. C. Shell and D. J. Hawes-Davis. 

Am Biol Teach 27:26-9 Ja '65 
Methodology' of biolog>' Instruction as a 

pedagogical science. N. M. Verzilin. Soviet 

Ed 6:31-41 Ag '64 
Succes.-ses of biology teachers In Lipetsk and 

the Lipetsk Region. M. I. Mel'nikov. Soviet 

Ed 7:23-7 F '65 
Teaching science to the slow learner: the 

BSCS point of view. Ij. Li.eonbee. bibliog 

Sch Sci .S: Math 65:30-46 Ja '65 
Team Instruction of large groups. Sister Mary 

AJexIne. 11 Cath Sch J 64:25-8 D '64 

Evaluation 
Efficiency of three methods of teaching hleh 

school biology. M. Oliver, bibllog J Exp 

Ed 33:2S0-3nr» Spr '65 
How succp.s.-jful is team teaching? R. W. 

■White. Sci Teach 31:34-54- O '64 
Obsenatlons on an ungraded project annroach 

to lire science flr.<Jt .<5emoster. F. Crouter 

Sch Scl & Math 64:792-3 D '64 

Research 
Efficiency of three methods of teaching high 
school biology. M. Oliver, bibllog J Exp 
Ed 33:289-300 Spr '65 

Tests and scales 
Impact of testing on new curricula W V 
Mayer. Am Biol Teach 26:585-8 D '64 

Value 
Role of the high school biology teacher In 

fubllc understanding of science. N R 
Jrewer. Am Biol Toach 27:269-71 Ap '65 
'U'Tiy biology? D. McKlnley. Scl Ed 48:454-9 
I) '64 
BIOLOGY, Chemical. See Biochemistry 
BIOLOGY. Physical. See Biophysics 
BIOLOGY students 
SVIB scores of high school and college bio- 
logical .iclence research students. S. Ross 
and others, bibllog Voc Quid Q 13:187-92 
Spr 'C5 
BIOLOGY teachers 
G<>o«l tearher. P. Kllnge. Am Biol Teach 26: 

Responsibility. P. Kllnge. Am Biol Teach 27: 

244 Ad '65 
Role of the high school biology teacher In 

public undi-rjJt.'indlng of science. N. R. 

Brewer. Am Biol Teach 27:269-71 Ap '65 
Teaching biology In the Junior college. L. H. 

Monaco. Am Biol Teach 27:30-2 Ja '65 

Education 
BSCS materials In the preparation of teachers 

of biology, w. C. VanDeventer. Sch Scl & 

Math 61:CS3-93 N '64 
To the Council on the education of teachers 

of .science. 1". G. Watson. Am Diol Teach 

27:11-17 Ja '65 

Evaluation 
Effectiveness of higher Institutions In the 

preparation of biology teachers. P. Lozanoff. 

Am Biol Teach 27:18-19 Ja '65 

Education in service 
Full time eniDlojTnent for biology teachers 

H. J. Burhach Am Biol Teach 26:598 D '64 
Keeping the high school biolog\' teacher 

knowledgeable and in.spired. Mother Mary 

Sebastian, il Am Biol Teach 27:262-5 Ap 

'65 

BIOLOGY teachers associations 
Sec also 
National a.ssociation of biology teachers 
BIOMEDICAL research. See Medical research 
BIONICS 

Contcmporar>' Intellectual ferment and the 
curricuMnn of the future: bionics H. Wln- 
throp. Social Studies 56:84 Mr '65 
BIOPHYSIC!^ 
^^'.9 '" '''o'op'cal sy.stenis. R. K. Jennings. 11 
Scl Twich 32:15-17 F '65 
See alao 
Bionics 



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BIOSYNTHESIS , v, , , • 

Role of vitamin A in gamma globulin bio- 
synthesis and uric acid metabolism of mon- 
goloids. M. D. Appleton and others, biblios 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:324-7 N '64 

BIOTECHNOLOGY. See Bionics; Cybernetics 

BIOTIC communities , . , 

Microcosm approach to ecosystem biology. 
R. J. Beyers, bibliog Am Biol Teach 26: 
491-8 N '64 r, . -u -c,- ^ 

BIRCH, John, society. See John Birch so- 
ciety 

Bl RDS 

New films, fllmstrips, recordings; animals: 
birds and insects. L. C. West. Grade Teach 
82:100-5 Ja '65 
See also 

Hummingbirds 

Collection and preservation 
See Biological specimens — Collection and 
preservation 

Stories 
Story about a baby robin who couldn't fly. 
A. Cooper. Grade Teach 82:106-7 Ja '65 

BIRDS in literature ^ ^ 

Giinter Eich and the birds. E. Krispyn. Ger- 
man Q 37:246-50 My '64 , ,, ^ . 
Wryneck in The waste land. H. McCord. 
Class J 60:270-1 Mr '65 
BIRMINGHAIVI, IVlichigan 

Meadow Lake school 
K-6 plan puts teachers at ease, il Nations 
Sch 74:38-40 Jl '64 

Public schools 
How to keep transfers from being short- 
changed; interview with W. C. Corliss. Sch 
Mgt 8:75-84- My '64 
Bl RTH 
Date of birth, backwardness and educational 
organisation. P. Williams, bibliog Brit J Ed 
Psychol 34:247-55 N '04 
Investigation into the effect of date of birth 
on subsequent school performance. P. C. 
Jinks. Ed Res 6:220-5 Je '64 
See also 
Childbirth 
BIRTH control 
Population expansion and birth control: an 
appropriate problem for high school study. 
I. Slesnick. Am Biol Teach 26:581-4 D '64 
BIRTH defects. See Deformities 
BIRTH order 
Relationships in achievement by sex and 
number of children in the family. W. S. 
Corliss. Mich Ed J 42:28-9 O '64 
BIRTH rate 
Forecasting the future: the United States in 
1980 W. E. Moore. Ed Rec 45:341-54 Fall 
•64 
Human numbers racket. Teach Col Rec 66: 
282-4 D '64 . , , 

Population prospect: the years just ahead. 
R. C. Cook. Social Ed 29:65-8+ F '65 
See also 
Population, Increase of 
BISCUITS. See Bread 
BISEXUALITY 
Morphological bisexuality as a factor in the 
motor performance of college women. C. L. 
Cress and M. A. Thorsen. bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt2: 
408-17 O '64 
BISHOPS 

See also 
Grosseteste, R. 
BLACKBOARD T squares. See Drawing in- 
struments 
BLACKBOARDS. See Chalkboards 
BLACKWELL, Oklahoma 

High school 
Blackwell senior high school; Blackwell has 
a half-acre study center, il Nations Sch 
75:51-3+ My '65 
BLEACHERS. See Grandstands 
BLEACHING. See Laundry 
BLENDING utensils. See Mixing utensils 
BLIND 
Language aptitude test for blind students. 
R. C. Gardner. J Ap Psychol 49:135-41 Ap 
'65 
Toward a performance scale for blind per- 
sons. R. Sakata and D. Sinick. Voc Guid Q 
13:55-7 Autumn '64 
See also 
Children, Partially seeing 
Libraries — Work with the blind 
National society for the prevention of blind- 
ness 



Adjustment 

Educational and social needs of the blind. 
T. J. Carroll. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61: 
353-6 Ag '64 

Education 

Educational and social needs of the blind. 

T. J. Carroll. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 

61:353-6 Ag '64 
I taught typing to blind students. N. B. 

Schmidt. Bsns Ed World 45:24-5 S '64 
Understanding the blind child. Sister Mary 

Janice, bibliog il Cath Sch J 65:23-5 Mr '65 

Research 
Japanese abacus as a computational aid for 
blind children. C. Y. Nolan and J. E. Mor- 
ris. Excep Child 31:15-17 S '64 

Public schools 
Educating visually impaired children. D. L. 
Misbach. il Calif Ed 1:3-5 Ap '64 

California 
Educating visually impaired children. D. L, 
Misbach. il Calif Ed 1:3-5 Ap '64 

Great Britain 
Teaching the blind; beneflts from grammar 
school. Times Ed Sup 2563,-9 Jl 3 '64 

Philippines 
Education of the blind in a developing na- 
tion: the Philippine program. M. I. Crocker. 
Excep Child 31:412-16 Ap '65 

Employment 
Directory of vocational rehabilitation agency 
regional staff: comp. by G. D. Blake. Am 
Ann Deaf 110:178-85 Ja '65 

Personal narratives 
I want to march! D. Harper, il Sch Musician 
36:25 Ag '64 

Printing and writing systems 
Teacliing the blind; benefits from grammar 
school. Times Ed Sup 2563:9 Jl 3 '64 

Research 
Locus of control in blind children. S. L. Land 

and S. E. Vineberg. bibliog Excep Child 31: 

2.S7-r,0 Ja '65 
Stuttering among blind and partially sighted 

children. B. Weinberg, bibliog J Speech & 

Hearing Dis 29:322-6 Ag '64 

Schools and institutions 

See also 
California school for the blind 

Statistics 
Prevalence of deafness in school age chil- 
dren. M. H. Powers. Am Ann Deaf 109: 
410-17 N '64 
Reported incidence of blindness by cause in 
1963. H. Goldstein and others. Sight-Sav- 
ing R 34:214-32 Wint '64 
BLIND, Apparatus for the 
Seeing througli hearing; new device for blind 
called a phonoscope. Times Ed Sup 2555: 
1245 My 8 '64 
Use of number rods in mathematics. V. B. 
Haas, il diags Excep Child 31:297-300 F '65 
BLIND, Books for the 
Aids for the reader with changing vision. 
R. W. Fingeret. il ALA Bui 58:792-4 O '64 
See also 
Sight saving books 

BLIND, Music for the 
Resources for teaching music to the blind. M. 
Pilcher. il Mus Educators J 51:67-8 N '64 
BLIND. Teachers for the 
Mental health for teachers of partially seeing 
children. M. R. Toms. Sight-Saving R 34: 
234-6 Wint '64 

Education 

Summer courses, 1965. Sight-Saving R 35:28 
Spr '65 
BLIND teachers 

Blindness and sightedness as factors in 
student cheating: an experiment. T. F. 
Hoult and J. W. Hudson. Calif J Ed Res 
15:199-204 S '64 

Can a blind man teach? D. Hasleiet. Minn 
J Ed 45:16-17 Ap '65 
BLINDNESS 

Reported incidence of blindness by cause in 
]963. H. Goldstein and others. Sight- 
Saving R 34:214-32 Wint '64 
BLOCK (statistics) 

Need the randomized block design be repli- 
cated? R. B. McHugh. J Exp Ed 33:169-74 
Wint '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



17 



BLOCK building 
Many purposes of blockbuildine and wood- 
work. M. Rudolph and D. H. Cohen, biblioff 

Younjr Children 20:41-6 O '64 
BLOCK planes. See Planes and planing 
BLOCK printing 
Block printintr with plasticine. L. K. Smith. 

il In.<?tr 74:43 My '6o 
Cardboard printmaking'; junior hii?h school. 

R. Sandstrom. il Sch Arts 64:27-8 D "64 
Graphics: experiment and di.srovery. B. 

Kirsh. il Sch Arts 64:10-12 Ja '65 
Linoleum: multicolored prints from one 

linoleum block. E. D. Wolpert. 11 Instr 74: 

44 My -65 
Linoleum prlntinp knows no limit. E. Mad.=ien. 

11 Arts & Activities 57:21-4 F '65 
Ma.'iters of the Japane.se print. I. F. Cypher. 

il Ed Screen Av G 44:47-8 Ap '65 
Print. H. R. RinspcnberK. il Sch Arts 64:13- 

15 Ja '65 
Printing experience. C. T. McCarthy. II Sch 

Arts 64:7-13 S '64 
fifec nlno 
Textile printing 
BLOCK -time classes. See Curriculum — Core 

inotrram 
BLOOD 
Effect of blood lo.ss upon performance in the 

Balke-Ware treadmill te.st. M. L. Howell 

and K. Coupe. Am A.s.sn Health Phys Ed 

Rec Res Q 35:156-65 My '64 

Circulation 
Circulatory adju.stments to training for 

apneic diving. R. H. Thornton and others. 

blbliog Am As.sn Health Phys Ed Rec Res 

Q 35:205-12 My '64 
Enlivening a study of the circulatory system. 

R. A. Krleger. il Instr 74:97 Ap '65 

Plasma 

Immediate respon.se of resting metaboll.sm 
and pla.sma free fatty acids to exercl.ie 
In an obese and a nonoho?>r> .subject. J. A. 
Dcmp.sev and S. G. Gordon, bibllojr Am 
A.ssn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 36:96-102 
Mr '65 

Plasma viscosity In cases of severe mental 
subnormal I ty. R. D. Eastham and J. Jan- 
car. Am J Men Deflclency 69:502-5 Ja "65 

Proteins 

Biochemical studios In mongolism: structures 
of gamma globulins from mongoloid blood. 
E. R. Fluck and O. H. Pritham. 11 Am 
J Men Dcflclency 69:31-6 Jl '64 

Role of vitamin A In gamma globulin bio- 
synthesis and uric acid metal»ollsm of 
mongoloids. M. D. Apploton and others, 
blbliog Am J Men Deflclency 69:324-7 N "64 

Serum proteins In Oown's syndrome (mongol- 
ism) S. E Kiipllfz and others. bll>liog Am 
J Men Dellciency 69:236-8 S "64 

Viscosity 
Plasma viscosity In cases of severe mental 
subnortnallty. R. D. Eastham and J. Jan- 
car. Am J Men Deflcicncy 69:502-5 Ja '65 
BLOOD groups 
Trl.somy-21 and blood group frequencies. A. 
R. Kaplan and S. Z.sako. Am J Men Dell- 
ciency 69:37-8 Jl '64 
BLOOD types. See Blood groups 
BLOOMBERG, Warner, Jr 
.Schnol.s and i)olltirs; review of Suburban 
pi>.\iM- .Kt niciure.s and public oduration. 
J. 11. Koriton. Soclol of Ed 38:166 Wliit '65 
BLOOMFIELD system. See Reading— Teaching 

liiothods 
BLOOMINGTON, Minnesota 

Riverside school 
Adventures In kovboard. J. Buzzolll. il Sch 
Musician 36:42-4 N 04 
BLUE, James E. 
Obitunry 

Nat As.sn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49:1111] F '65 
BLUEPRINTS 
I'rogranu'd blueprint reading. S. L. Coover. 
il Ind Arts <fe Voc Ed 53:52-3 O '64 
BLUES (music) See Negro music 
BOARDING schools 
Prep .scbool dorms have unique problems. 
C. C. Storey. II plan Am Sch & Unlv 37: 
41-24- Mr '65 

Ethiopia 
Engll.sh pattern In Ethiopia: the WIngate 
school. II Times Ed Sup 2504:340-1 F 6 '65 



Great Britain 
Away from Swindon: boardinc: survey. Times 

Ed Sup 2.J51:912 Ap 10 '64 
Boardmer education, il Times Ed Sup 2551: 

S91-6 Ap 10 '64 
Going coeducational; amalgamation at Add- 

incton. F. A. V. Madden. Times Ed Sup 

2563:25 Jl 3 '64 
Inquirj- into boarding schools; societies In 

miniature. R. Lambert. Times Ed Sup 2597: 

596 F 26 '65 

See also 

Atlantic college 

South Africa 

Multiracial venture in Swaziland, map Times 
Ed Sup 2588:1162 D 25 '64 
BOARDS and foundations 

Emerging role of the curriculum leader; cur- 
ricular decisions from outside the formal 
structure. C. D. Babcock. Assn Sup & 
Curric Develop Yrbk 1065:55-7 

Humanistic scholarship and foundation 
grants. B. J. Opulente. Cath Ed R 62:590- 
602 D '64 

Private foundations have aided public edu- 
cational innovation. F. Parker. Teach Col J 
36:13-14 r> '64 

Sources of financial support for research in 
music education. P. U. Lehman, il Mus 
Educators J 51:82-1- F '65 
See nl.io 

Alfred P. Sloan foundation 

American foundation for overseas blind. In- 
corporated 

Amorican fo»md.atlon for the blind 

American home economics association founda- 
tion 

Foril found.Ttion 

Great t)r>'>' '■•■"• -Htion 

Initial tf liabet foundation, England 

Knapp f' 

Lifi- I nil, :ndation 

latlon 



^y foundation 

^V'l irch foundation 

\\'i ). .. 1 n I w \%i. .Ml ii.'i'ic.nal follow.ship foimda- 
tlon 
BOARDS of education 

Are lornl control and lay boartls ob.solote? 
I> G. Nugent. Kd Load 22:Sr,-7 N '64 

Board members and Infocratlon. \V. Record. 
II CTA J 61:1S-21 Mr '65 

Board-staff no>:otlatlons. J. P. Steffonson. 
Sch Life 47:6-S (> '64 

Credo for decision making: a suggestion to 
school board monibers. F. W. Lutz. Am 
Sch Bd J 110:11-12 Ag '64 

How should the blank ballot or voting ab- 
stention bv board members be coimted? 
R. V. Shuff and B. D. Feltner. Am Sch 
Bd J 150:61-2 Mr '65 

How to nrotoot your district during school 
board elections. K. Peters, il Sch Mgt 9: 
120-2-;- Ap '65 

Job clash r!\n oust hoard member. L. O. 
Garber. Nations Sch 75:38 F '65 

I>ical Ixi.nrd-: of rrlnrnflon: stmimary of Tx>- 
cal scl'' ■ ■ ••» and selection. Na- 

tional ' latlon. Re.soarch divi- 

sion. >. ;-':63 My '64 

^fny public kh.m.i ni?i(is be utilized to defend 
liboi .suit aKaln.st prosident of the board? 
M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J MS:23-4 My '64 

Power structure theory and the school l>onrd 
dfilsioti making process. F. \V. Lutz. Ed 
Th.o-y ir.:10-2ri Ja '65 

Removing element of chance from selection 
of scbool board candidates. A. C. Muns. 
Am Sch Bd J 148:14-15 My '64 

School Iioard and fho newspaper. L. G. RInker. 
Am Sch B.l J 110:22 O '64 

School board member and the state. J. E. 
Allen. Jr. Am Sch Bd J 149:67-8+ O '64 

School board policies on pTircha.slng. C. E. 
Strohm. Am Sch Bd J 149:23-44- O '64 

School Iwards are less than perfect, but 
bound to last. C. Grleder. Nations Sch 73:6 
Je '64 

Superintendent's imique role: review of The 
unique role of the superintendent of 
schools, bv Educational policies commis- 
sion. Mich Ed J 42:45 Mr '65 

Teachers vs. school boards. \V. C. Bruce. Am 
Sch Bd J 149:29 N '64 

Written board policies: from dream to reality. 
G. R. Sullivan, il Am Sch Bd J 149:15-16 
Ag '64 
See also 

National school boards association 



78 



EDUCATION INDEX 



BOARDS of education — Continued^ 
City 
Book gives board's-eye view of administra- 
tion; review of The school board crisis: a 
Chicago case study, by J. Pois. J. M. Spin- 
ning. Nations Sch 74:8 O '64 

District 

Board members should avoid the very ap- 
pearance of evil in contracts with school 
district. M. C. Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 150: 
13-14+ Ap '65 

Powers and duties 

Board has right and duty to predetermine 
that school premises shall not be used m 
contravention of the law. M. C. Nolte. Am 
Sch Bd J 150:59-60 Mr '65^ ^ ^, ^^ ^,, _, 

Board-staff relationships. R. Catlett. lU Ed 
53:62-4 O '64 . „ „. , , ^ , t 

Board's responsibility. S. Rislov. Jun Col J 
35:9-11 S '64 , . , .^ ^ , 

Control of pupil conduct outside school; sum- 
mary of Authority of school boards to con- 
trol the behavior of pupils off school 
grounds and out of school hours. National 
education association. Research division. 
NEA Res Bui 43:28-9 P '65, 

Courts may expect best judgment of board 
members in casting their votes. M. C. 
Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 149:15-16 Jl '.64 

How to clarify board-staff relationships. J. 
M. Spinning. Nations Sch 73:39-42 Je '64 

Legal implications of requiring pupils to 
enroll in physical education. G. P. Shroyer. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:51-2+ My '64 

Negotiations and the role of the^ ^super- 
intendent. A. Unruh. Ed Forum 29:165-9 Ja 

'65 ^ . » 

Of school boards and superintendents. A. 

Dykes. Teach Col Rec 66:399-404 F '65 
Powers of boards are executive, legislative, 

and quasi-judicial in character. M. C. 

Nolte. Am Sch Bd J 149:55-6 D '64 
School board as an agency of legitimation. 

N. D. Kerr. Sociol of Ed 38:34-59 Pall '64 
School boards versus teacher organizations: 

let's start by being honest with ourselves! 

D. Campbell. Am Sch Bd J 149:65-6 O '64 
Selecting the school superintendent: the 

school board's greatest responsibility. L. 

lannaccone and P. H. Border. Am Sch Bd J 

149:25-6 O '64 
What the boardman can do to improve in- 
dustrial arts. G. D. Warrick. J Ind Arts 

Ed 23:17 My *(>4, 

Qualifications 
Let laws qualify board members; school ad- 
ministrators opinion poll. Nations Sch 75: 
80+ Ja '65 

Research 

Institutional character of education: govern- 
ment and politics; school boards. H. T. 
James. R Ed Res 34:416-17 O '64 

School board as an agency of legitimation. 
N. D. Kerr. Sociol of Ed 38:34-59 Fall '64 

State 

Current report on state school board associa- 
tions. S. M. Grobman. Am Sch Bd J 149: 
15-16 D '64 

State board of education: creation of a state 
board of education in Illinois. D. E. Elder 
and M. P. Akers. Ill Ed 53:213-16 Ja '65 

California 
Superintendent and leadership. H. Spears. 
Am Sch & Univ 37:52 O '64 

Illinois 

Removing element of chance from selection 
of school board candidates. A. C. Muns. 
Am Sch Bd J 148:14-15 My '64 

Indiana 

New approach to developing school board 
policies. K. F. Jordan and R. Walton. Am 
Sch Bd J 150:9-10 F '65 

Minnesota 
Guidelines for working relations between 
school boards and professional teachers as- 
sociations: policy statement. Minnesota edu- 
cation association. Minn J Ed 45:18-19 D 
'64 
BOAT building 
Dinghies come to town. Times Ed Sup 
2585:1042 D 4 '64 
BOATS, Submarine. See Submarine boats 
BOATS and boating 
See also 
Rafts 
Regattas 



BODILY maturation. See Maturation 

BODILY posture. See Posture 

BODY and mind. See Mind and body 

BODY awareness. See Body image concept 

BODY build. See Constitution (physiology) — 

Types 
BODY composition 
Anthropometrical observations on obese and 
nonobese young men undergoing a pro- 
gram of vigorous physical exercise. J. A. 
Dempsey. bibliog il Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:275-87 O '64 
Relationship between obesity and treadmill 
performance in sedentary and active young 
men. J. A. Dempsey. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:288-97 
O '64 
BODY flexibility. See Flexibility (physiology) 
BODY image concept 
Body type and sophistication of body con- 
cept. A. A. Sugerman and F. Haronian. 
bibliog J Personal 32:380-94 S '64 
Building healthy self-images. M. M. Day. 11 

Instr 74:22+ Ja '65 

Self-perceived rate of physical maturation 

and personality in late adolescence. D. 

Weatherley. bibliog Child Develop 35:1197- 

210 D '64 

Trends in the measurement of personality; 

self-concept and body image. E. L. Gaier 

and W. F. White. R Ed Res 35:71-3 F '65 

BODY movement. See Man-^Attitude and 

movement 
BODY size. See Size (physiology) 
BODY temperature 
Effect of actively increased muscle tempera- 
ture on local muscular endurance. A. W. 
Sedgwick, bibliog il Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Rec Res Q 35:532-8 D '64 
Energy, temperature and organisms. D. M. 
Gates, il diags Sci Teach 31:18-22 My '64 
BODY types. See Constitution (physiology) — 

Types 
BOEHM, Charles H. 
Exit Dr Boehm. por Pa Sch J 112:420 My 
'64 
BOEING company 
Placement central. T. J. Johnston. 11 J Col 
Placement 25:30-1+ D '64 
BOICEVILLE, New York 

Onteora central school district 
Written board policies: from dream to reality. 
G. R. Sullivan, il Am Sch Bd J 149:15-16 
Ag '64 
BOILERS. See Heating and ventilation 
BOLIVIA 

See also 
College students — Bolivia 
Education — Bolivia 
BOLSHEVISM. See Communism 
BOMB shelters. See Atomic bomb shelters 
BONDS, School 
Bond sales for higher education: calendar 
year 1963. W. R. Bokelman and B. C. Deer- 
ing. Higher Ed 20:3-4+ Je '64 
Can we stem the tide in our school bond 
elections? A. C. Blome. Am Sch Bd J 150: 
62-3 Mr '65 
Cost of borrowing money. O. F. Furno. Sch 

Mgt 8:89-91 Jl '64 
Education and the bond market. E. C. Deer- 
ing and P. K. Nance. See issues of Ameri- 
can education December 1964-March 1965 
Factors influencing the interest rate on gen- 
eral obligation school bonds. E. C. Deering. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:370-8 '63 
How to market bond issues. D. Stollar. Na- 
tions Sch 74:50-1 N '64 
How to win a lost bond vote. J. F, Hinckley; 

J. Sommi. Sch Mgt 8:72-4 N '64 
Results and trends in California school dis- 
trict bond elections. M. W. Gipe. Calif Ed 
2:23-7 O '64 
School bond sales In 1963-64. Am Sch Bd J 

150:16 Mr '65 
School bonds, a key to the educational future. 

P. M. Lawson. Calif Ed 2:3-4+ D '64 
School bonds: sales, interest rates, et cetera, 
for the public schools. E. C Deering. See 
issues of School life through December 1964 
Summary of vote for approval of bonds. Sch 
& Com 51:24-5 Mr '65 
BONE-conduction audiometry. See Audiometry 
BONERS. See English language — Errors 
BONES 

See also 
Skeleton 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



79 



BOOK and periodical giving campaigns 

Books for the mouniain children. J. Moor- 
head, il PTA Mag 59:2-3 Mr '65 

New libraries need old books: health, 
physical education, and recreation. B. Ben- 
nett. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:10 O '64 

Seniors donate a legacy in books. J^ J-.. 
Sullivan. Clearing House 33:47S Ap bo 
BOOK binding. See Bookbinding 

BOOK buying ^ ,, .r- „, , _j n 

Books at the crossroads. K. K. Takagl. 11 
int J Relig Ed 41:14-15 O '64 
See also 
Book selection 
BOOK buying, Personal, See Libraries, Private 
BOOK catalogs. See Catalogs. Library 
BOOK censorship. See Censorship 
BOOK charging machines. See Libraries — 

Charging systems 
BOOK clubs 
Current developments in consumer economics: 
book clubs. 1. L>. Satlow. Bsna Ed World 
45:32 Ja '65 
BOOK collecting 
See al-au 
Libraries. Private 
BOOK exhibits 
See also 
Book fairs 

BOOK fairs , , , , ,, t- . j 

Author goes to the book fair. M. E. Andrews, 
il El Engl 41:810-13 N '64 
BOOK illustration. See Illustration of books 

and periodicals 
BOOK industries and trade 
See also 
Book.s — I'rices 
Booksellers and bookselling 
Puoiishers and publishing 
BOOK lists. See Reading lists 
BOOK making. See Art education— Projects 
BOOK-of-the-month club 
Sec also 
Amy Loveman national award 
BOOK paper. See Paper 
BOOK prices. See Books — Prices 
BOOK reports , ^ 

How to succeed In book reports, without 
retilly reading. .1. Blennann and IS. Toohey. 
Jun Col J o5:26-7 I) b\ 
M«;aiiiiiKful ai'uroach to outside readinK. J. 

Giogg. H i'oinls 46:59-63 Jo '64 
Success with book reviews. Sister Mary 
Augustine. Cath Sch J 64:42-3 Je '64 

Projects 
How to put more life into book report*. 8. 

Hewett. Grade Teach S2:43-f N '64 
Mache book report display. H. Schuyler. 11 

Instr 74:103 N '64 . ^ ^ 

Scroll book report. F. M. Callahan. 11 Grade 

Teach b2:68 N '64 „ ,. ., ^ ^ 

Try a book panel! J. M. Purtell. 11 Cath 

Sch J 65:46-7 F *66 
BOOK reviewing 
Uoor must open; John Updike's The poor- 
house fair. E. K- Ducharnio. Engl J 63: 

670-3-f- U '64 
Reviewing non-flctlon: problems and one 

solution. R. Fogg. Engf J 64:223-6 Mr *66 
BOOK reviews 
No. but 1 read the reviews. R. Lekachman. 

il WiLson Lib Bui 39:325-30 D '64 
BOOK selection 
Bunollt of the doubt. B. Moon. 11 Wilson Lib 

Bui 39:6G3-7-f Ap '65 
How to resi.st censorship; every library and 

school should take certain measures to 

clarify its policies. Mich EJ J 42:15 F '65 
Intellectual freedom and censorship. A. L. 

McNeal. Teach Col Rec 66:574-8 Ap "65 
Jack-of-all-trades; book selection coordinator 

and critic. A. Izard. Wilson Lib Bui 39: 

6S9 Ap '65 
Librarian's tightrope. A. Jackson. 11 Ohio 

Sch 43:26-7 Ap '05 
Search for sample books; Franklin book pro- 
grams, authorized translations of American 

books for developing coimirles. J. E. Daily. 

11 Wilson Lib Bui 39:59-61+ S '64 
Tools for selection. R. Lekachman; D. Lorenz; 

J. E. Frey. 11 Wilson Lib Bui 39:325-34 

D '61 
Youth involvement In Ixiok selection. D. R. 

Watts. Wilson Lib Bui 39:83 S '64 
BOOK titles. See Titles of books 
BOOK week 
Swing into books. Wilson Lib Bui 39:16 S '64 



PlaySf pageantSi etc. 
Book week play about some bookworms who 

lost their happy home. E. J. Sprague. 

Grade Teach fe2:46-7-f N "64 
Milestone books of the U.S.A. L A. Hubin. 

Instr 74:110+ N '64 
Read-a-book-trip; choral reading. V. Blum- 

hagen. Grade Teach S2:49 N '64 

Poetry 
Library. M. R. Kunz. Grade Teach 82:48 
N '64 

Projects 
Adventures In Book week. M. Buchanan and 

D. Haug. il Grade Teach S2:4S-9 N '64 
It worked for me: no, but I saw the movie. 
M. A^ Hawkins. Grade Teach 82:26-7 N '64 
Our own storybooks. M. Ray. II Instr 74:102 
N '64 
BOOKBINDING 
BookbindinK project; autograph book. J. 
Hickman. II diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53: 
42 O '64 
BOOKKEEPERS. See Accoimtants 
BOOKKEEPING 
Keeping tlie records of an investment club; 
t>ookkeeping system for the use of treaii- 
urers. 1. D. Sallow. J Bsns Ed 40:249-53 
Mr '65 
United services forum: bookkeeping and ac- 
counting; ed. by L. A. Brendel. See issues 
of Busmess education forum October 1962- 
May iy64 
United services forum; bookkeeping and ac- 
counting; ed. by H. F. Yengel. See issues 
of Business education forum October 1964- 
8ee also 
Accounting 

Achievements, Student 
There la a place for all students In book- 
keeping. R. D. MacDonaJd. Bsns Ed Fonim 
19:15 D '64 

Correlation with other subjects 
Bookkeeping and accounting for all ofTlce 
workers: a new ai>proach. J. Binnion. Bal 
Sheet 46:292-5+ Mr '65 

Curriculum 

Broader base for !>• f- -truction. B. 

HvTidorson. lial .'^ Ja 'tiS 
There i.s a pliice ' '^ In book- 
keeping. R. L>. Ma,. „. :..:.., Ed Forum 

19:15 D '64 

History 

Bookkeeping from Paciolo to Baker. J. C. 
Harger. Bal Sheet 46:250-1+ F '65 

Practice sets 
Practice sets: to grade or not to grade. W. E. 
Gibbs. Bal Sheet 46:226-7 Ja '66 

Programmed teaching 

Programmed learning In high school book- 
keeping. Q. L. HaJverson. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:18+ O '64 

Sublect matter 

Do your I. ' ' ' nr students add? R. Vooge. 
Hal Sh- : I) '64 

Let's Int. -key adding machine in- 

struction i...>' iiit) bookkeeping course. R. 
J. Wencl. iisiis Ed World 45:28 S 64 

I'avroll lx)okkei'plng can be taught In the 
first year of the course. I. D. Satlow. Bsns 
Ed World 45:18-19+ Ap '65 

Teaching 
Bookkeeping and modem business practices. 

M. C. Olson. Bsns Ed Forum 19:9-10 D '64 
Bookkeeping mechanization: who's afraid? 

G. E. Damon. Bsns Ed Forum 19:7+ D *64 
Manual bookkeeping in an era of automation. 

L. D. Boynton. Bal Sheet 46:4-6+ S '64 
Ten recordkeeping concepts illustrated. J. R. 

Stewart, jr. Bsns Ed Forum 19:21+ Ja '65 

Bibliography 
Current thought on the teaching of book- 
keeping (cont) I. D. Satlow, J Bsns Ed 
40:16-18 O '64 

Hiah schools 

Broader base for bookkeeping Instruction. B. 
Henderson. Bal Sheet 46:196-8+ Ja '65 

New directions In the preparation of book- 
keeping and clerical per.«'0nnel. B. L. 
Keeling. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:213-28 '64 

Programmed learning In high school book- 
keeping. Q. L. Halverson. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:18+ O *64 



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BOOKKEEPING — Teaching — High schools 
Continuedl 

Teaching first-year bookkeeping again. M. J. 
Balsam, il J Bsns Ed 40:55-6 N '64 

There is a place for all students in book- 
keeping. R. D. MacDonald. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:15 D '64 

Teachers colleges 

Bookkeeping, accounting, and related office 
education; report. National association for 
business teacher education. Committee for 
curriculum study of subject-matter ele- 
ments in bookkeeping, accounting, and re- 
lated office education. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33: 
21-37 D '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

This electronic device develops account asso- 
ciation knowledge: Electronic programmed 
educator. M. I. Layman and E. W. Bryant, 
il Bsns Ed World 45:19+ F '65 

Work sheet made easy. S. Smith. Bal Sheet 
46:407 My '65 

Teaching methods 

Asking questions in bookkeeping class. M. E. 
Oliverio. Bsns Ed Forum 19:23+ F '65 

Bookkeeping and accounting for all office 
workers: a new approach. J. Binnion. Bal 
Sheet 46:292-5+ Mr '65 

How do you go about preparing a daily book- 
keeping lesson? I. D. Satlow. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:21+ Mr '65 

Team teaching and bookkeeping. C. A. 
DeBellis. Bal Sheet 46:345-8 Ap '65 

Tests and scales 
Bookkeeping regents, fifteen years later. H. 
Owen. H Points 46:73 My '64 

Value 
Manual bookkeeping in an era of automation. 
L. D. Boynton. Bal Sheet 46:4-6+ S '64 
BOOKKEEPING as a profession. See Account- 
ing as a profession 
BOOKKEEPING contests. See Business con- 
tests 
BOOKKEEPING rooms. See Business educa- 
tion rooms 
BOOKKEEPING teachers. See Business teach- 
ers 
BOOKMAKING. See Art education — Projects 
BOOKMOBILES 
Books at the ready: mobile library. Times 

Ed Sup 2569:225 Ag 14 '64 
Books on the mountain. B. Davenport, il Am 

Ed 1:12-15 Mr '65 
Evaluating bookmobile services; changes in 
bookmobile clientele. G. K. Schenk. Wilson 
Lib Bui 39:687+ Ap '65 
See also 
Bookstores. Traveling 
BOOKS 
Field headquarters of the mind; murder 
braced on a pile of books. W. H. Carlson. 
Improving Col Univ Teach 12:72-3 Rpr '64 
Will books become obsolete? G. G. Mallinson. 
Sch Sci Sz Math 64:401-8 My '64; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 30:44-6 N '64 
See also 
Titles of books 

Classification 
See Classification — Books 

Labeling, marking, etc. 
Book labeling system marketed: Se-Lin: 
product of LTP's first major project. G. T. 
Piez. ALA Bui 58:410-11 My '64 
LTP book labeling systetn goes to market: 
Se-Lin. G. T. Piez. il ALA Bui 58:554- 
6 Je '64 

Paper covered books 
See Paperback books 

Prices 
High price of technical books. C. G. Ben- 
jamin. ALA Bui 59:61-4 Ja '65 

Readability 
Criteria in the selection of simplified read- 
ing books. M. West. Engl Lang Teach 18: 
146-53 Jl '64 
Reaching the remedial reader through sci- 
ence. A. C. Lembesis. Ed 85:288-93 Ja '65 
See also 
Readability tests 
Textbook.s — Readability 
BOOKS, Abridged. See Books, Condensed 
BOOKS, Condensed 
Criteria in the selection of simplified read- 
ing books. M. West. Engl Lang Teach 18: 
145-53 Jl '64 



BOOKS and reading 
College graduate as a lifetime reader. J. S. 

Diekhoff. ALA Bui 58:995-7+ D '64 
Confidential question. W. S. Maugham. 

NEA J 54:19 Ap '65 
Exploratory study of juvenile delinquency 

and the reading of sensational books. D. K. 

Berninghausen and R. W. Faunce. bibliog 

J Exp Ed 33:161-8 Wint '64 
Let's don't be too solemn about books. J. K. 

Galbraith. ALA Bui 59:112-14 F '65; Same. 

Ed Digest 30:29-31 Ap '65 
On the encouragement of reading. J. Shera. 

Wilson Lib Bui 39:169+ O '64 
Solitary reader. P. W. Jackson. Conf on 

Read Univ Chicago 26:221-9 '64 
See also 
Anthologies 
Book selection 

Childrens literature and reading 
Fiction 

High school students — Reading 
Literar.v criticism 
Literature 

Professional books and reading 
Reading. Supplementary 
Reading interests 
Reading lists 
Reference books 
Religious literature 
Textbooks 

Best books 
Adult books of 1964 significant for young 

people. American library association. 

Young adult services division. NEA J 54: 

67-9 Mr '65; Same cond. Wilson Lib Bui 

39:608+ Ap '65 
Children's literary heritage. D. V. Smith. 

bibliog El Engl 41:715-27+ N '64 
Notable books of 1964; a selected list. Amer- 
ican library association. Adult services 

division. Notable books council. ALA Bui 

59:221-2 Mr '65; Same. NEA J 54:60+ 

Ap '65; Same cond. Wilson Lib Bui 39:607- 

8 Ap '65: Ohio Sch 43:44-5 My '65 
Reader looks at the notable books. J. Cush- 

man. ALA Bu! 59:105-10 F '65 
Workshop in advanced placement English 

stressing world literature. L. Jonas. H 

Points 46:29-37 D '64 

Reading aloud 

Children's literature and the beginning class 
in oral interpretation. G. P. Mohrmann. 
Speech Teach 13:128-32 Mr '64 

Oral reading for its own sake. T. F. Duffy. 
El Engl 41:597-9 O '64 

What are some meaningful experiences with 
literature? Y. Schmitt and Sister Mary 
Nora, bibliog il El Engl 41:500-10+ My 
•64 
See also 

Poetry — Reading aloud 

Research 
Book readership by a subelite Latin Amer- 
ican group. H. W. Ellingsworth and P. J. 
Deutschmann. J Comm 14:238-44 D '64 

Latin America 
Book readership by a subelite Latin Amer- 
ican group. H. W. Ellingsworth and P. J. 
Deutschmann. J Comm 14:238-40 D '64 
BOOKS for children. See Childrens literature 

and reading 
BOOKS for partially seeing children. See Sight 

saving books 
BOOKS for the blind. 'See Blind, Books for 

the 
BOOKS for the gifted. See Reading — Subject 

matter for the gifted 
BOOKS for the retarded. See Reading — Sub- 
ject matter for the retarded 
BOOKSELLERS and bookselling 
See also 
Books — Prices 

Illinois 
Chicago: new censorship capital. E. J. 
Gaines. ALA Bui 58:983-4 D '64 
BOOKSTORES 
Meet me at the book table. N. Whitfield, il 

Int J Relig Ed 41:7 Mr '65 
Sixth-graders form corporation; sell stock in 
bookstore. P. J. Van Pelt. Grade Teach 82: 

6-1- S '64 

BOOKSTORES, Traveling 
Paperbacks in a book fair on wheels. Sister 
Joseph Kevin. Cath Sch J 64:38-9 O '64 
BOOLEAN algebra. See Algebra, Boolean 
BOOTHS. Exhibit. See Exhibition booths 
BOOTHWYN, Pennsylvania 

Chichester high school 
Form followed site at Chichester senior high, 
il plan Nations Sch 75:54-6 F '65 



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81 



BORANE. See Boron hydrides 

BORCHERT, Wolfgang . „, ., „ 

Some biblical proiot>T)es in Wolfgang Bor- 
cherfs stories. K. J. Fickert. German Q 
:j'<:172-8 Mr '05 
BORDEN award ,^^ ^ ^^ _ 

Borden award to Betty Watts. J Home Econ 
oC:4C2 S '64 
BOREDOM 

i'ee also 
Monotony 
BORGES. Jorge Luis . 

Don Juan Manuel's tale of Don Illdn and its 
revi.sion by Jorse Luis BorRcs. T. Mont- 
Komery. Hispania 47:404-6 S '64 
Para la prehisloria ullraista de Borges. G. 
De Torre. Hi.spania 47:457-63 S '64 
BORON compounds , ^ . », 

lioron-nilrogen heterooycles. D. A. Payne, jr. 
and K. A. Eads. J Chem Ed 41:334-6 Je 64 

BORON hydrides 
Di.sfovery of a new class of compounds: car- 
boranes. J. Bobinski. bibliog diags J Chem 
Ed 41:500-1 S '64; Reply. T. L. Heymg. 
4i:C73 D 'CJ 

BOROW'S college inventory of academic ad- 
justment. .See College inventory of aca- 
demic afijustment 

BORROWING of money. See Credit 

BOSCO. Henri . . , ^. ^. . x 

Jlenri Bo.'sco: v6rit6 blographlque et cre- 
ation romanesque. S. R. Hilling. French R 
3S::{C2-70 Ja '05 
BOSTON, Ralph 
Ralph Boston's unique training exercise. II 
pors Athletic J 45:50 Ap '65 

BOSTON 

Education 

Boston opens the door for business school 

fraduates. J. Nesson. Bal fcJhect 46:151 h 
) '04 
Pre-kliid<TKarten program that can prevent 
dropouts. C. Maney. il Sch Mgt 8:66-70 
O '64 

Libraries 
Spb nlao 
John F-itzgerald Kennedy memorial library 

Music 

Sec <ilso 
Boston synipliony orchestra 
BOSTON college. Chestnut Hill. Massachusetts 
Whv Hoslon oollcKi' oho.se paper, il Am ."^fh 
& Ilnlv 36:37-40 Ag '61 
BOSTON opera group, Incorporated 
U|i' la roiiipany for Boston. S. Caldwell, il 
Mu.s J 22:23-.. (- My '04 
BOSTON symphony orchestra 
Mv eiKht wt't'ks at Tank-lewood. R. R. Pottle. 
il Sch Mu.siclan 35:45^-50 My "64 

BOSWELL. James ^ 

Jame.s Bo.swcll on rhetoric and heliea-lettrea. 
J. L. Goldfn. Q J Speech 50:266-76 O '64 
BOTANICAL specimens. See Biological speci- 
mens 
BOTANY 

tire also 
I^oiives 
Lichens 
I'limts 
Seeds 

Anatomy 
Supermarket plant anatomy. H. J. Arnott. 

Am Biol Teach 27:Hi4-5 \> '65 
Utility of tlie leaf peel technique for teach- 
ing leaf anatomy. L. O. I..ivliigston. il Am 
Biol Teach 27:113-15 F '65 

Classification 
Molecular plant taxonomy. C. R. Bell, il Am 
Biol Teach 27:"J2-6 F '65 

Ecology 
See also 
Symbiosis 

Experiments 
Experiments for the greenhouse. F. B. Rick- 

ert. 11 Am I'.iol Teach 27:106-12 F '65 
Experiments that teach about the sun. B. J. 

Svrjckl. Gra.le Teiieh >S2:Cn-f- Ap '05 
Method of least-squares and the woody plant 
cell. T. A. Horbett. diags Sci Teach 32: 
45-7 Ja '65 

Laboratory work 

Sustained .study of plant growth for an In- 
troductory rour.se. H. B. Creighton. il Am 
Biol Teach 27:97-100 F '05 

Projects 
Preview of spring for your classroom. B. J. 
Syrocki. il Grade Teach 82:46-1- D "64 



Teaching aids and devices 
Freehand plant sections. T. D. Johnsten. il 

Sci Teach 31:55 Ap '64 
Technique for making permanent slides of 

pollen. F. F. Stevenson, ii Am Biol Teach 

27:12J-0 F '05 
Use of living material in the teaching of 

botany; symposium, with introd. by P. A. 

Vestal. Am Biol Teach 27:91-105 F '65 

Teaching methods 
Greenhouse facilities for teaching. C. C. 
Drawbaugh. il Ag Ed Mag 37:178-9 Ja '65 
BOTTLE caps and seals 
Low-cost dispenser. C. J. Hepfinger. 11 diags 
Sch Sliop 23:19 My '04 
BOTTLES 
Xonvoiding plastic squeeze bottles. W. 1. 
Harber. il J Chem Ed 41:653 D '64 
BOUNDARIES 

World of little maps. R. C. Kingsbury, il 
maps J Geog 63:355-66 N '64 
BOURGEOISIE. See Middle classes 
BOURNE. Margaret Ann 
Honor fellow award, por J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 35:42 Je 04 
BOURNE. Randolph 
Randoli'h Bourne's criticism: the achievement 
of an .\ni.rican literary radical. M. D. 
True. T^i.h Col J 30:113-14 D '64 
BOW (music) See Violin— Bow 
BOWLING 
Bowling norms for college students In elec- 
tive i)hysical education classes. J. Martin 
and J. Keogh. Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:325-7 O '64 

Teaching 
Spot bowling. R. L. Nelson, diags Athletic J 
45:184- F '65 
BOWLS 

Colonial nut bowl. W. E. L,arson. il diags 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 5i:42 F '65 
Metal frceformlng. R. D. Brown and R. G. 
Kohlor. il Sch Shop 24:32-3 O '64 
BOWMAN. Neal 
N.WA convention crowning highlights, por 
IM Screen Av G 43:3.V1 Jl '64 
BOX lunches. See Lunches. School 

BOXES 

Versatile cardlioird box. E. Madsen. il Arts 
& Actlvlllc:. 56:24-7 D '64 
BOY scouts 

France 
French scouting modernized. Times Ed Sup 
2589:8 Ja 1 '65 

Gre.Tt rr-.tiin 

World voluntary >' 'tis with educa- 

tional aims; the and Girl guide 

movement. H. li. ixiuk. \ car Book of I^d 
1901:423-6 
BOYLES I.1W 

'■ ... ^,v.«;ical laws, diags J Chem 

1) 04: 42:A2D-A30 Ja '65 

about an air pressure 

,•.....,1.. ... i.,Khli8. diags Sci Teach 31: 

i>l-f u 64 

BOYS 

Acquisition of ' •■ habits in first, second. 

and third ki 10. ZlKler and others, 

bibliog Chll ::.'.:725-3C S '04 

Adolescent vui . :a In southern white 

mal«'s. H. HulUen and others. Speech Mon 
32:87-90 Mr '65 

Comparison of the religious beliefs of de- 
liiKiuent and non-delinquent Protestant 
adolescent l)oys. M. E. Scholi and J. Beker. 
Ivclik' Ed 59:250-3 My '64 

Dit'ferences in occupational choice between 
ninth and twelfth grade boys. N'. Monte- 
sano and H. Geist. Personnel & Guid J 43: 
1-.0-4 O '64 

Leg anijle and muscular etnciency in the In- 
verted log press. F. A. LIndeburg. il Am 
A.ssn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:179-83 
My '64 

Linear relatlon.shlps of isometric strength to 
propulsive force, angular velocity, and 
angular acceleration In the standing broad 
jump. H. M. Eckert. bibliog Am Assn 
Ilealth Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:298-306 
O '64 

Panel discusses pre-adolescent boys. J. 
Agnew. J Sch Health 35:175-6 Ap '65 

Perceptions of parental behavior and iden- 
tification with parents by three groups of 
boys differing In school adjustment. L. E. 
Longstreth and R. E. Rice, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 65:144-51 Je '64 



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BOYS — Continued} 

Physical maturity, muscular strength, and 
motor performance of young school-age 
bays. G. L. Rarick and N. Oyster, bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35: 
523-31 D '64 , . ^ 

Relationship of selected anthropometric and 
physical performance measures to perform- 
ance in the running hop, step, and jump. 
L. W. Baacke. bibliog Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35:107-15 My '64 

Relationships between standing broad jump 
and various maturational, anthropometric, 
and strength tests of twelve-year-old boys. 
H. H. Clarke and B. W. Degutis. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 
pt 1:258-64 O '64 . ^ ^, 

Social class and the child s perception of tlie 
parent. B. C. Rosen, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1147-53 D '64 

Validation of the Minnesota vocational in- 
terest inventory for vocational high school 
boys. W. L. Barnette. jr, and J. N. McCall. 
J Ap Psychol 48:378-82 D '64 

Vowel formants of deaf and normal-hearing 
eleven- to fourteen-year-old boys. A. A. 
Angelocci and others. J Speech & Hearing 
Dis 29:156-70 My '64 „ „ 

Where have all the tenors gone? E. T. 
Braham. Mus Educators J 51:91 Ja '65 

Education 

Fitzgerald solves the boy problem. D. 
Leverenz. il J Bsns Ed 40:23-4 O '64 

Provide the tools: a basic program for the 
nonacademic pupil. E. J. Davey. Clearing 
Hoii.se 39:351-2 F '65 

Special class for overweight boys. D. Bern- 
stein. Schol Coach 33:44-1- My '64 
See also 

Home economics for boys 

Hong Kong 
Sea school in Hongkong. 11 Times Ed Sup 
2561:1692-3 Je 19 '64 

Research 

Boy-school conflict; a New York university 
research project. P. C. Sexton. Ariz Teach 
53:22 Mr '65 

Determinants of the choice of a science pro- 
gram by ninth-grade males. A. A. Dole 
and R. Sherman, bibliog J Ed Res 58:99-105 
N '64 

Factors related to differential achievement 
among boys in ninth-grade algebra. C. H. 
Zoolalian. J Ed Res 58:205-7 Ja '65 

Motivation and anxiety in high school boys. 
H. C. Haywood and V. Dobbs. bibliog J 
Personal 32:371-9 S '64 

Predictive validity of children's drawings. 
R. H. Bradfleld. Calif J Ed Res 15:166-74 
S '64 

Study of boys' changing voices in Great 
Britain. I. Cooper. Mus Educators J 51:118- 
20 N '64 
BOYS, Delinquent 

Comparison of the religious beliefs of de- 
linquent and non-delinquent Protestant 
adolescent boys. M. B. Scholl and J. Beker. 
Relig Ed 59:250-3 My '64 

Establishing an initial relationship in group 
p.sychotherapy with delinquent retarded 
male adolescents. M. Sternlicht. Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:39-41 Jl '64 

Exploratory study of juvenile delinquency 
and the reading of sensational books. D. K. 
Berninghausen and R. W. Faunce. bib- 
liog J Exp Ed 33:161-8 Wint '64 

Institutionalized boy. H. B. Douglass. J Ed 
147:22-8 Ap '65 

Job adjustment problems of delinquent 
minority group youth. "W. B. Amos. Voc 
Guid Q 13:87-90 Wint '64/65 

Refinement in the use of School motivation 
analysis test (SMAT) as a predictor of 
school achievement of delinquent boys. 
G. R. Pierson. Ed & Psychol M 24:929-34 
Wint '64 

Saving the trouble-prone; Youth develop- 
ment project. N. E. Hall, jr. 11 NBA J 
54:26-8 Ap '65 

Sending them down the river. P. W. Keve 
and J. J. Fallon, il Children 11:174-8 S '64 

Undertow, the story of a boy called Tonv. 
by H. Parkhurst; excerpts, il Times Ed 
Sup 2555:1254-5 My 8 '64 

Vocational rehabilitation of in.stitutionalized 
delinquent male adolescents. M. Zivan and 
others, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:461-7 
Ja '65 
See also 

Juvenile delinquency 



Research 

Can teachers predict delinquency? P. R. 

Scarpitti. EI Sch J 65:130-6 D '64 
Dimensions of personality in delinquent boys 

as inferred from the factor analysis of case 

history data. H. C. Quay. Child Develop 

35:479-84 Je '64 
BOYS books and reading 
Hot rod magazines: a harmless diversion? E. 

M. Robinson. Engl J 54:36-8 Ja '65 

Bibliography 
Football books for boys; a bibliography for 
the sixties. R. Whitehead. El Engl 41:594-6 
O '64 

Research 
Exploratory study of juvenile delinquency 
and the reading of sensational books. D. K. 
Berninghausen and R. W. Faunce. bib- 
liog J Exp Ed 33:161-8 Wint '64 
BOYS camps. See Camps 
BOYS clubs 
See also 
Boy scouts 
BOYS in literature. See Children in literature 
BRADFORD junior college, Massachusetts 
Plan to abandon teaching facts. J. L. Roberts. 
il Jun Col J 35:23 Mr '65 
BRAHMANS (cattle) See Cattle— Breeds 
BRAILLE books. See Blind, Books for the 
BRAILLE music-notation. See Blind, Music for 

the 
BRAILLE system. See Blind — Printing and 

writing systems 
BRAIN 

Chemistry 
Introduction to molecular psychology. W. J. 
Moore and H. R. Mahler, bibliog 11 diags 
J Chem Ed 42:49-60 Ja '65 

Diseases 

See also 
Aphasia 

Diagnosis 

See also 
Electroencephalography 

Localization of functions 
Introduction to molecular psychology. W. J. 
Moore and H. R. Mahler, bibliog il diags 
J Chem Ed 42:49-60 Ja '65 

IVIodels 
See Anatomical models 

Wounds and injuries 

Abnormal electroencephalograms in the new- 
born period and their significance. R. Engel. 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:341-6 N '64 

Brain damage and the brain-injured child. 
J. DiLeo. Young Children 20:158-63 Ja '65 

Deviant behavior in 2 1^ -year-old premature 
children. H. Wortis and others, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:871-9 S '64 

Diagnostic methods used with learning dis- 
ability cases. R. J. Capobianco. bibliog 
Bxcep Child 31:187-93 D '64 

Gentle revolution. G. J. Doman. 11 PTA Mag 
59:23-5+ D '64; 30-2 Ja '65 

Interaction of brain damage and interpolated 
learning upon brightness discrimination. W. 
F. Hawkins and A. A. Baumeister. Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:86-9 Jl '64 

Language functions in mental retardation: 
language development, types of retardation, 
and intelligence level. O. Spreen. bibliog 
Am J Men Deficiency 69:482-94 Ja '65 

Neurological study of children with learn- 
ing disabilities. R. Cohn. bibliog Excep 
Child 31:179-85 D '64 

On language disorders in young children: a 
reorganization of thinking. W. G. Hardy. 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:3-16 F '65 

Performance of brain damaged mental re- 
tardates on successive trials of the Bender- 
gestalt. M. J. Pacella. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:723-8 Mr '65 

Relationships between neurological and psy- 
chological variables and their implications 
for reading instruction. R. M. Reitan. 
Conf on Read Univ Chicago 26:100-10 '64 

Some aspects of the brain-behavior problem. 
S. B. Sarason. J Ed 147:53-61 O '64 

Teachers' great challenge: the educable 
mentally retarded child. J. R. Kastor and 
C. W. Hubbard, bibliog J Sch Health 35: 
185-9 Ap '65 
BRAINSTORMING. See Ideas 
BRANDED merchandise 

Brand system, its history and destiny. J. 
Schrelber. il Prac Forecast 10:58-9-f- S '64 



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83 



BRANFORD, Connecticut 

Public schools 
Textbook selection: how to get rid of the 
weak ones. W. H. James. Boh Mgt 8:81-4 
O '64 
BRASS Instruments. See Wind instruments 
BRAZ I L 

See also subhead Brazil under the follow- 
ing subjects 
Audio-visual education 
Education 
School children 

Units of work 
Integrated unit on Brazil. Sister Mary Evan- 
gela. il Cath Sch J 64:68 N '64 
BRAZIL in literature 
Gilberto Freyre and Jos4 Hon6rio Rodrigues: 
old and new horizons for Brazil. R. A. Maz- 
zara. Hispania 47:316-25 My '64 
BRAZILIAN fiction 

Appreciation and Interpretation 
See Brazilian literature — Appreciation and 
interpretation 

Technique 
See Brazilian literature — Technique 
BRAZILIAN literature 
Gilberto PYeyre and Jos6 Hon6rlo Rodrlpues: 
old and new horizons for Brazil. R. A. Maz- 
zara. Hispania 47:316-25 My '64 

Appreciation and interpretation 
Note.s on Bia^ Cub<u. R. J. Callan. Hispania 
47:530-3 S '64 

Technique 
Brazilian concretlsm. J. NisL Hispania 47: 

711-15 D '64 
Machacio de Assls: short story craftsman, 
D. M. Decker. Hispania 48:76-81 Mr '65 
BRAZILIAN poetry 

Technique 
Bee Brazilian literature — Technique 
BREAD 
Finished foods: a fifth report: pancakes and 
ciulfk breads from mixes. Anicrlran home 

economics association. Finish'-'' *■ '-^ 

committee. II J Home Econ :>7:\'' 
Fini.shoil foods: a fourth rc-port ; !■■ 
biscuits, sweet rolls, and dim • 
American home economics a-swociatioii. 
Finished foods conunlttee. il J Home Econ 
56:7.15-8 D T.l 
For amber waves of trraln. E. Foley. II Prac 
Fororast 10:78-9-1- S '64 
BREAKFASTS 
Breakfast at school. S. S. Felstel. II Instr 

71:118-194- Mr Tr. 
Continental breakfast gfots them to the 
school on time. J. H. Capltan. Nations 
Sch 75:7S Ap '65 
How to make breakfast seem Ilk»» fun. M. L. 
Tuck. 11 Grndo Teach 82:l02-f- S '64 
BREATHING. .See Respiration 
BRECHT, Bertolt 
Brorht's Shavian saint. B. F. Dukore. Q J 

Speech 50:136-9 Ap '64 
Galileo In East Berlin: notes on the drama 
in the F) D U. P. Demetz. German Q 37: 
2.in-45 My '64 
BRETON, Andr6 
VaK^ry. Breton, and Eluard on poetry. H. S. 
Gorshman. French R 38:332-6 Ja '65 
BRIARCLIFF college. Brlarcllff Manor, New 
York 
In-sorvlce training at Briarclirf colICKe. A. P. 
Berlow. II J B.««ns Ed 40:159-60 Ja "65 
BRIDGEWATER, Massachusetts 

Bridgewater-Raynham regional high school 
Science for the infclllpenf ndult of the future. 
B, M. Morlarty. II Scl Teach 31:18-19 N '64 
BRIGHT, John 
John Bright: hawker of holy things. "W. R. 
Fisher. Q J Speech 51:157-63 Ap '65 
BRIGHT children. See Children. Gifted 
BRIGHTNESS, Degree of. See Intelligence quo- 

BRIGHTNESS discrimination 
Interaction of brain damage and Interpolated 
learning upon brightness discrimination. W. 
F. Hawkins and A. A. Baumeister. Am J 
Men Doncloncv r9:S6-9 JI '64 
BRIGHTWELL. Robbie 
Teachers and champions. II pors Times Ed 
Sun 2Rfi5:infi .ti i7 'Ci 
BRINKLEY, David McClure 
Golden Key awards presented to David Brink- 
ley and Nettle F. Smith. E. D. TCenno<lv. 
Am A.ssn Sch Adm Offlcial Report 1964:12-ifi 
Two Golden keys. V. S. Johnson. 11 por El 
Ilnsl 41:554-6 My '64 



BRISKETBALL. See BaU games 
BRISTOL, England 

Education 

Adopted despite protests: Labour plan In 
Bristol. Times Ed Sup 2578:660 O 16 '64 

Bristol. Times Ed Sup 2563:25 Jl 3 '64 

Free places in Bristol; new proposal de- 
fended. Times Ed Sup 2563:24 Jl 3 '64 

Outcry to force intervention; Bristol and 
Liverpool up in arms. Times Ed Sup 25S0: 
7GS O 30 '64 
BRISTOL social-adjustment guides 

Incidence and nature of maladjustment 
among children in schools for the educa- 
tionally subnormal. M. Chaz.in. bibliog Brit 
J Ed Psychol 34:292-304 N '64 

Unsetiledness, maladjustment and reading 
failure: a village study. R. E. Gregory, bib- 
liog Brit J Ed r.sj-chol 35:63-8 F '65 
BRITANNICA junior encyclopaedia 

Britannlca junior encyclopaedia. Instr 74:97 
Je '65 
BRITISH association for commercial and in- 
dustrial education 

For the journey; B.VCFE educational reports. 
Times E<1 .Sun 257G:52G O 2 '64 

Reluctant parents. Times Ed Sup 2558:1500 
Mv 29 '64 
BRITISH association for the advancement of 
science 

British as.sociatlon. Lord Brain. Times Ed 
Sup 2571:279 Ag 28 "6 J 

British association at Southampton. II Times 
Ed Sup 2572:310-12 S 4 '64 

Muster of scientists: audiences too mixed. 
Times Ed Sup 2572::<16 S 4 '64 

Time for optimism: British as.soclation meet- 
ing. Times Ed Sup 2571:2X1 Ag 28 '64 
BRITISH bro.idcasting corporation 

Forty years on. il Times Ed Sup 2567:166 Jl 31 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

.Vc(J O, '.<!(> 

Adult education— Britl.sh Columbia 
BRITISH Commonwealth of nations. See Com- 
monwealth of nations 
BRITISH dominions. See Commonwealth of 

ii'if ions 
BRITISH empire. See Commonwealth of na- 

BRITISH film Institute 
Films In the school; a fortnight's persuasion. 

II Times Kd Sup 2571:250 Ag 2S '64; Dis- 
cussion. 2572:119 S 4 '64 

BRITISH Imperialism. See Imperialism 
BRITISH In Africa 
French and Brltls'i colonial education In 
.\frlca. R. P. Cllgnet and P. J. Foster. 
f'oinp E.l n 8:191-8 O '64 
BRITISH museum 
Modern and Intelligible; British museum's 
cla.^slcnl collections. II Times Ed Sup 2565: 

III Jl 17 '64 

BRITISH PestalozzI village. See Sedlescombe. 

Sussex. Enir'and. Children."! vlllago 
BRITISH schools In foreign countries 

British chlliir.'ii abroad: s'-hoolimr difflcultles. 
TirnoH Kd Sup 2567:170 Jl 31 '64 
BRITISH schools In Latin America 
Ijitln American dllenuna; boom In British 
schools. D. C. M. Piatt. Times Ed Sup 
25'ifi:in9l D 11 '64: Reply. A. \V. R. Lodge. 
2r.SS:117n D 25 '6« 
Mexico's foreign schools. Times Ed Sup 2561: 
1688 Je 19 '64 
BRITISH students 
Lessons from Kngll.«h students. R. Belding. 

Kd 85:3-13 S '64 
Self concepts of selected groups of training 
colleire students In their relation to other 
variables In the teacher training situation. 
A. S. Phillips. Kd Res 6:230-4 Je '64 
BRITISH students In France 
Field studios in the Ma.ssif Central. P. M. 
Oayton. II Times Ed Sup 2585:1028-9 D 4 
'64 
Jour de fetp : day trip to Boulogne, il Times 
Ed Sup 2561:1697 Je 19 '64 
BRITISH students In Italy 
Next year's holiday: children In Genoa. 
A. L. Morrison. II map Times Ed Sup 
2575:452 S 25 '64 
BRITISH teachers In Africa 
African teachers' course. Times Ed Sup 2564: 

56 Jl in '64 
Three British volunteers: French-.speaklncr 
Ivory Coast. Times Ed Sup 2551:899 Ap 10 
64 
Tropical sharks not Britl.sh: biology teach- 
er from EnBTland In tropical Africa. Times 
Ed Sup 2592:174 Ja 22 '65 
BRITISH teachers In Australia 
Pommies in Australia; neither raving nor 
grousing. Times Ed Sup 2572:304 S 4 '64 



84 



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BRITISH teachers In Cyprus 
Multiraclalism in Cyprus. J. Stacey. il map 
Times Ed Sup 2557:1420 My 22 '64 
BRITISH teachers In Ethiopia 
English pattern in Ethiopia: the Wingate 
school, il Times Ed Sup 2594:340-1 F 5 '65 
BRITISH teachers in foreign countries 
Off to the Commonwealth. Times Ed Sup 

2573:357 S 11 '64 „ „ . „ 

Teacher export. Times Ed Sup 2570:253 Ag 21 
•64 
BRITISH teachers In the United States 
Diversity in democracy: some abroad 
thoughts from at home. H. Sharpies. Teach 
Col J 36:56-7 O '64 
Mathematician, U.S. -bound. B. Noble. Univ 

Q 19:5-22 D '64 
Year in the Bronx; with reply by J. Luna. 
W. D. E. Evans. H Points 46:22-8 D '64 
BRITISH visitors in the United States. See 

Foreign visitors in the United States 
BROADCASTING, Radio. See Radio broadcast- 
ing 
BROADCASTING, Television. See Television 
broadcasting 

BRODIE, Paul 
Meet Canada's saxophone virtuoso. R. Joy. 
Sch Musician 36:66+ N '64 
BROKEN homes. See Home 
BROIVI I NATION 
Aqueous bromination with bromine chloride; 
a simplified method for the preparation of 
2,6-dibromo-4-nitrophenol. C. O. Obenland. 
J Chem Ed 41:566 O '64 
BRONFENBRENNER parental behavior ques- 
tionnaire. See Behavior — Tests and scales 
BRONTe, Charlotte 
Note the literary allusions; Charlotte 
Bronte's Jane Eyre. Brother Clement 
David. Engl J 54:59-60 Ja '65 
BRONX community college 
Experiments in expanding educational oppor- 
tunity for the disadvantaged; a Bronx 
community college. M. Meister and A. 
Tauber. Phi Delta Kappan 46:340-2 Mr '65 
Stretching instructional talent. R. E. Kin- 
singer, il Jun Col J 35:22-5 O '64 
BRONXVILLE, New York 

Public schools 
Architectural survey tells what's best: re- 
model, expand or build. F. G. Frost, jr. 
Nations Sch 74:30-1 D '64 
BRONZES 
Children's stories in sculpture; gateway. 
Children's zoo. New York city, il El Sch J 
05:74-5 N '64 
Isamu Noguchi; The cry. C. B. Johnson, il 
Sch Arts 64:44-5 Ja '65 
BROOKLINE, Massachusetts 

Edith C. Baker school 
Taped program stimulates attendance at 
parents night. M. J. Welsh. Grade Teach 
82:73+ N '64 

High school 
College professor teaches French IV-A.P. 
W. F. Bottiglia. French R 38:216-28 D '64 
BROOKLYN 

Franklin K, Lane high school 
Special class for overweight boys. D. Bern- 
stein. Schol Coach 33:44+ My '64 

Prospect Heights high school 
Summer session college program for the non- 
elite. J. Justman and D. Teitelbaum. Ed 
Forum 29:225-34 Ja '65 

Sands Junior high school 
Sands project. M. Mermelstein and B. A. 
Fox. H Points 47:5-10 Mr '65 

Technical high school 
Spectator behavior at basketball games. H. J. 

Bien. H Points 46:67-9 Je "64 
BROOKLYN college 
Scholastic and personality variables associated 

with acceptance to and success in the 

Brooklyn college scholars' program. L. M. 

Heil. Sup Stud 7:34-40 Mr '65 
Sjiecial degree programs; liberal education 

for adults. A. A. Liveright. Ed Rec 45:419- 

26 Fall "64 
BROTHERHOOD of man 
I am Joseph, your brother; with reply by A. 

Gilbert. K. Hargrove. Relig Ed 59:480-9 N 

'64 
Portraying the social universe. C. A. W. 

Manning. Year Book of Ed 1964:185-200 



BROTHERHOOD week 
New concept of Brotherhood week. J. M. 
Eagan. N Y State Ed 52:36-7 P '65 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Language of a friendly smile. G. Bell-Zano 

Instr 74:64+ F '65 
New boy on the street. J. Levin. Instr 74:64- 
5+ F '65 
BROUDY, Harry S. 
Excellence in secondary education; review of 
Democracy and excellence in American sec- 
ondary education. J. A. Broyer. Ed Theory 
15:161-8 Ap '65 
BROWARD COUNTY. Florida 
Public schools 
Our materials center really works. F. S. 
Hatfield, il Instr 74:59+ N '64 
BROWN, B. Frank 
Is Melbourne high school one step short of 
Utopia? review of The nongraded high 
school. J. M. Spinning. Nations Sch 74:10+ 
D '64 
BROWN, Frances C. 
Association's new ofHcers. W. P. Fidler. por 
AAUP Bui 50:110 Je '64 
BROWN, Roger W. 
Phonetic-linguistic view of the reading con- 
troversy; some major resources in linguis- 
tics are J. B. Carroll, The study of lan- 
guage and R. W. Brown, Words and 
things. A. J. Bronstein and E. M. Bron- 
stein. 'Speech Mon 32:30-2 Mr '65 
BROWN-Carlsen listening comprehension test 
Dimensions of lecture comprehension: a factor 
analysis of listening test items. D. Bate- 
man and others. J Comm 14:183-9 S '64 
BROWN-Holtzman survey of study habits 
and attitudes 
Effectiveness of two study habits inventories 
in predicting consistent over-, under- and 
normal achievement in college; with com- 
ment by H. Borow. P. De 'Sena, bibliog 
J Counsel Psychol 11:388-94 Wint '64 
Study habits and attitudes, college experience, 
and college success. F. G. Brown, bibliog 
Personnel & Guid J 43:287-92 N '64 
BROWNE, Charles Farrar. See Ward, A, 
BROWNE, Sir Samuel James 
Who is Sam Browne anyway? Safety Ed 44: 
20-1 N '64 
BROWNIAN movements 
Science for the classroom from Mr Wizard; 
Brownian motion. D. Herbert and M. H. 
Shamos. diags Instr 74:35+ Je '65 
BROWNING, Robert 
Music for Saul; The ring and the book. A. 
Larsen. 11 Mus J 22:52+ D *64 
BROWNING, Robert M. 
Introducing a new editor. K. H. Planitz. 
German Q 37:465-6 N '64 
BRUNER, Jerome Seymour 
Some educational implications of the theories 
of Jean Piaget and J. S. Bruner. M. J. 
Adler. bibliog Can Ed Res Digest 5:5-13 
Mr '65 
BRYAN, William Jennings 
Woodrow Wilson administration and El Sal- 
vadoran relations 1913-1921. G. W. Baker, 
jr. bibliog Social Studies 56:97-103 Mr '65 
BRYAN, Ohio 

High school 
Mathematics made AV-easy. C. Husted. 11 
Ed Screen Av G 43:254-5 My '64 
BRYNNER, Irena 
Art appreciation: Irena Brynner. il Arts & 
Activities 56:32-3 S '64 
BUCHWALD, Leona C. 
Obituary 

Voc Guid Q por 13:214 Spr '65 
BUCK, Paul H, 
Art of the genial taskmaster. J. Burt. 
Peabody J Ed 42:86-7 S *64 
BUCKLEY school, New York 
Back^to-back school renewal. 11 Am Sch & 
Univ 36:28-9 Je '64 
BUCKS COUNTY regional technical high 
school, Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania 
Fresh new look at vocational education: how 
SIX districts are meeting it. R. K. Shafer. 
il plan Sch Mgt 8:91-6+ S '64 
BUDDHA and Buddhism 
Anagarika Dharmapaia, Buddhist missionary 
and educator. W. Rahula. Sch & Soc 92: 
383-5 D 12 '64 

London Buddhists; new college. Times Ed 
Sup 2577:599 O 9 '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



85 



BUDDHISM. See Buddha and Buddhism 
BUDGET, College. See Colleges and universi- 
ties — Finance 
BUDGET, Personal 
Maturity in money management. L. A. Heuer 
and E. Bredesen. Prac Forecast 10:14-15 + 
O '04 
BUDGET, School ^ , „ i:- 

Budgeting for sound maintenance. K. F. 

Tonigan. Am Sch & Univ 37:39-40 D •64 
How is money being spent by your spendmg 
equals? (cont) O. F. Furno. Sch Mgt 9: 
151-44- Ja '65 ^ , , 

How much should you spend on instruction 
and administration? (cont) Sch Mgt 9: 
116-27 .Ta 'GS . , ^ 

How to buy instructional materials; round- 
table discussion. 11 Nations Sch 75:58-624- 

How to prepare a departmental budget. M. 
Tener. Bsns Ed World 45:22-3 N '64 

How to take the battle out of budget adop- 
tion. J. L. Gla.spey. Sch Mgt 9:132+ Mr '65 

Legal relationships between school districts 
and city governments in school building 
construction. H. C. De Bruin. Am Sch Bd J 
150:12 Ja '65 

Modernizing state and local financing of edu- 
cation. H. T. James. Ed Digest 30:i:j-17 
I) '64 
BUFFET meals. See Dinners and dining 
BUILDING 

See also 

Architecture 

Gla.ss construction 

Steel construction 

Stone con.struction 

Wood con.struction 

Contracts and specifications 
See also 
School buildings — Contracts and specifica- 
tions 

Projects 

Building a house. W. L. Herman, jr. II 

In.str 74:61+ D '64 
Iowa students build addition to shop. F. L. 
Goudge. 11 Ag Ed Mag 36:260 My "64 
BUILDING administrators. See School ad- 

iiiinl.'^trator.s 
BUILDING authorities. See Authorities (state, 

municipal, etc) 
BUILDING industry 

Great Britain 
Ca-Htles In the air? Times Ed Sup 2591:115 

Ja 15 '65 
Damn Rurltanla! Times Ed Sup 2594:352 F 

5 '65 
Joint building training. Times Ed Sup 2594: 
352 F 5 65 

United States 
These are times for training. D. Whltlock. 
II Am Voc J 40: 2:; -5 V "05 
BUILDING laws and leaislation 
Education and the building codes. Am Sch & 

Unlv 36:32-3 Je: 34-5 Jl ^4 
Legal relationships between school districts 
and city governments in school building 
construction. H. C. De Bruin. Am Sch Bd J 
ir)0:12 Ja 'Cr) 
Life .safety, our nrlmnrj' concern. J. H. Al- 
schuler. Am .Srh Bd J 149:20-1 D "64 
BUILDING materials 
Varied u.^es of flbergla.<w. R. Keller. 11 Am 
Sch & Unlv 37:38-3 F '65 
See also 
Concrete blocks 
Timber 

BUILDING sites 

.Sec al. lo 
School bulMlngs — Sites 

BUILDING surveys. Seo School building sur- 
veys 

BUILDINGS 

Src aluo 
Administration buildings 
School buildings 

Colleges and universities 
See Colleges and universities — Buildings 

Junior colleges 
Sec Junior colleges — Buildings 
BULGARIA 

See also 
Education — Bulgaria 



BULLETIN boards 

Bulletin board drafting quiz. L. E. Gerevas. 

diags Sch Shop 2415 Ja '65 
Bulletin Ixjard of the month. See issues of 

Practical forecast for home economics 
Bulletin boards. G. Barford. See issues of 

Bulletin boards. R. H. Burgert. See issues of 

Instructor 
Bulletin boards, or bulletin boreds? R. L. 

Gordon. Pa Sch J 113:1U0-1 N '64 
Classroom walls that speak. H. R. Smith. 

il Grade Teach 81:48-9+ Je '64 
Dynamic bulletin boards. L. J. Thelen. 11 Sch 

Sci iS: Math 64:784-5 D '64 
Ideas for secretarial bulletin boards. R. C. 

Beede. il Bsns Ed World 45:9 Ja "65 
More secretarial bulletin l)oard ideas. V. R. 

Graver. 11 Bsns Ed World 45:15 F '65 
Renaissance at Cowden: public schools week. 

R. M. Garner. 11 Tex Outl 48:34+ S '64 
U.se your bulletin board to teach. D. Free- 
man. 11 Bsns Ed World 45:22-6+ Ap "65 

BULLETINS 
Value of a bulletin. L. Gallman. Adult Lead 
13:140 N '64 
BUNDY, Ray S. 
Indiana teacher retires after forty-four years 
of ser\-ice. P. Teske. por Ag Ed Mag 37: 
157 D '64 
BUNTING. See Baseball 
BUOYANCY 
l-'re 1 K. L.inoue and his amazing method of 
drownprooflng. 11 Safety Ed 44:7-10 Ap '65 
BUREAUCRACY 
Bureaucracy and teachers' sense of power. 
G. H. >Ioeller. Sch R 72:137-57 Sum '64 
In a climate of change: the flourishing of 
bureaucracy. W. Van Til. Assn Sup & 
Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:15-16 
BURGLAR alarms 
Detection alarms that thwart theft, vandal- 
Ism. II Am Sch Bd J 149:36-8 D '64 
High cost of vandalism. B. Dauw. Safety Ed 
44:2-7 Mr '65 
BURLESQUE (literature) 

Sre also 

r.arody 
BURLINGTON, Vermont 

High school 
How to turn a hilly site Into an advantage. 
W. I>ogan: W. Freeman. 11 Sch Mgt 8:68- 
72+ Je '64 
BURMA 

Src also 
Engll.sh language In Burma 

nli'i subhead Uunna under the following 
subjects 
Education 
.'-Jelence— Teaching 
BURMESE language 
I'honetie proTiIem for Btirmcse speakers of 
Ktiglish. C. Parish. Lang Learn 13 no3/4: 
1^9-92 '63 
BURNHAM scales. See Teachers — Salaries — 

Ore.it HrltJiln 
BURNS and scalds 

Soeial ffictora in treating bttrned children. 
U. Cowin. Children 11:229-33 N '64 
BURTON, Harold HItz 
< >l(liuary 

Volta R 66:754 D '64 

BUS drivers 
Sre also 
.'School bus drivers 
BUS travel. See Motor bus travel 
BUSES, School. See School buses; School chil- 
dren — Tran.sporiailoii 
BUSINESS 
Do you know that? M. Walker. See issues of 

Journal of business education 
Preference for handwriting style by big busl- 
n.-.s.« V. J OrofT V.\ Engl 41 sr.t-^ 4- D ''',4 
United services forum: basic busine.ss: ed. 
by G. W. Maxwell. See issues of Business 
education forum 
See also 
Advert l.siiie 
Corporations 
Profit 

Prognosis of success 
Industrial use of peer ratings. H. E. Road- 
man, blbliog J Ap Psychol 48:211-14 Ag '64 
Predicting .success in business. V. J. Williams 
and T. W. Harrell. J Ap Psychol 48:164-7 
Je 64 

Small business 
See Small business 
BUSINESS administration. See Business man- 
agement and organization 



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BUSINESS administration of schools 

Administrator as a businessman. A. M. 
Bloom. Am Sch & Univ 37:11 N '64 

Criteria for the evaluation of insurance man- 
agement in school districts. C. E. Bradley. 
Assn Sch Bsns Offlcials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:252-5 '63 ^ ^ , .„„„ q^h 

Defining our terms. J. Bragln Assn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 49. 

Guidelines to better insurance management. 
Am Sch & Univ 36:29-31 Ag '64 

How to spend your summer months. ^. J-.. 
Schwilck; G. A. Wilson. Nations Sch 73: 
44-54- je '64 

Meaning of plant management. R. F. Tonigan. 
Am Sch & Univ 37:454- N '64 . „„.„^„_ 

Organization planning for . .school business 
services. J. L. Glaspey. bibliog Assn Sch 
Bsns Offlcials U S and Canada Proc 49. 
001-39 *63 

Plant management. R. F. Tonigan. See is- 
sues of American school and university 
November 1964- , , . ,- ^ -o tp 

Plant services and the learning climate. R. F. 
Tonigan Am Sch & Univ 61 .1 i-ii Ja, cd 

Proceedings; forty-ninth annual meeting and 
educational exhibit. Denver November 3-8, 
1963. Association of school business offlcials 
of the United States and Canada. 472p bib- 
liog il map plan diags '64 The assn. 

School business practice. See issues of Na- 
tion's schools .. 

Schoolman's guide to insurance management, 
property, liability, personnel. A. Leven- 
sohn. Sch Mgt 9:83-96+ F '65 ^„,,.„p,. 

Schools may be using obsolete business 
procedures;. H. Yankow. bibliog Nations 
Sch 75:52-44- Mr '65 
See also 

Administration of schools 

Business managers 

Purchasing, School 

School finance 

Supplies „.,... I. 

Bibliography 

Organizational character of education: facil- 
ity planning and business management, 
basic references and bibliographies. M. J. 
Conrad and W. Griffith. R Ed Res 34:478 

Selected references on school administration; 
finance and business administration, comp. 
bv D H Cooper and C. A. Pound (cont) 
El iSch J 65:399-400 Ap '65 

District 

How to take the battle out of bul,^,®^,?-^^?: 
tion. J. L. Glaspey. Sch Mgt 9:1324- Mr '65 

Research 

New approach to school business manage- 
ment study. F. J. Kiesel. Am Sch Bd J 
150:9-10 Ap '65 , ^ .- , •,•* 

Organizational character of education: facility- 
planning and business management. M. J. 
Conrad and W. Griflith. bibliog R Ed Res 
34:470-84 O '64 . ^ . . ^ *, . 

Research in school business administration In 
the Temple university area. J. J. Jones, 
bibliog Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:151-9 '63 
BUSINESS and education ^^ ^ , _ ,, 

Agribusiness training in Nebraska. D. Mc- 
Kenzie. il Am Voc J 40:22-3 Mr '65 

Are your value judgments showing? V. A. 
Ouellette. Bsns Ed Forum 19:21 D 64 

Beating the time lag. R. D. Hunt, il CTA J 
60:22-44- My *64 ^ ^ . 

Bookkeeping and modern business practices. 
M. C. Olson. Bsns Bd Forum 19:9-10 D '64 

Businessman's role in education. W. F. Carey. 
Am Voc J 40:24-6 Ap '65 

California employers cooperate in work ex- 
perience. E. M. Juergenson and J. T. Davis, 
il Ag Bd Mag 37:43-5 Ag '64 

Case method and the small college. C. N. 
Weaver. J Bsns Ed 40:237-8 Mr '65 

Case of the advisory committee. I. L. Holt. 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:31 F '65 

College president speaks out; placement and 
education. J. A. Perkins. 11 J Col Place- 
ment 25:42-34- D '64 

Cooperative teaching between the business 
community and the school. M. M. Barber, il 
J Bsns Ed 40:149-50 Ja '65 

Cult of efficiency in school administration; 
review of Education and the cult of effi- 
ciency: a study of the social forces that 
have shaped the administration of the 
public schools, by R. B. Callahan. L. P. 
Jorgenson. Sch R 72:230-5 Sum '64 

Educating for the world of work; a team 
approach. M. L.. Hurt. Ed Lead 22:221-5 Ja 
•65 



Education and industry: mutual-aid program. 
W. M. Frantz. Teach Col J 36:70-3 N '64 

Educational role of foreign industry In de- 
veloping countries. P. Newman. J Chem 
Ed 41:592-4 N '64 . . ^ ^ 

Future scientists: whose responsibility? C. G. 
Vlassis. Sci Ed 49:66-72 F '65 

High school goes to the factory; Western 
electric company, Indianapolis. H. M. Fen- 
ton. Adult Lead 13:5-6 My '64 , ^ ^ 

Industrial draftsmen and teachers meet at 
Arizona statewide workshop. W. C. Brown 
and A. Davis, il diags Sch Shop 24:36-84- 
S '64 

Industry and education combine talents to 
provide banking kit for teachers. C. W. 
Hass. il Calif Ed 1:23-4 Ap '64 

Industry comes to the classroom; an experi- 
ment in industry-education cooperation for 
the improvement of classroom instruction 
In science. S. Schenberg. 11 Scl Teach 31: 
38-9 Ap '64 

Industry's great need: the liberally-educated 
candidate who realizes just where he Is 
going. H. K. Duffleld. 11 J Col Placement 
25:28-94- F '65 „^ _ , , 

Let's keep In step. L. W. Prakken. Sch 
Shop 24:2 N '64 , , , , 

Meeting industry's needs for the technical 
secretary. A. Putney. Bsns Ed World 45: 
65+ Mr '65 

Middletown, Ohio: Industry finances teacher 
workshops in local industry, history and 
mores. Sch Mgt 8:81-2 My '64 , 

Office services clubs provide work experience 
without fuss. M. C. Sparks. Bsns Ed World 
45:2-3 Ja '65 

Partnerships in training. M. F. Relterman, 
11 Calif Ed 2:11-12 Mr '65 

People to people. A. Beckett. J Bsns Ed 
40:218 F '65 

Placement and the business/education gap. 
E. Dfis. J Col Placement 25:119-20 Ap '65 

Placement's undeveloped dimensions. L. L. 
Hale. J Col Placement 25:46-7+ Ap '65 

Prep club program; Preparation for employ- 
ment program, Everett, Mass. W. R. Smith 
and G. C. Houston. Voc Guid Q 12:247-54 
Sum '64 

Recommendations for counseling, from a uni- 
versity president's advisory committee. R. 
Mello and L. Russell, il J Col Placement 25: 
100+ Ap '65 

School in a showcase; demonstrations in 
Hale's department store window. E. Riggs. 
il Calif Ed 2:23 Ja '65 

Six working programs for Industry-school co- 
operation. Sch Mgt 8:79-82+ My '64 

Sponsor development In distributive educa- 
tion. C. Sheaffer. 11 Am Voc J 39:34-5 S 
'64 

Tomorrow's programmers. J. E. Day. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:54-6 S '64 

Vocational education a community responsi- 
bility. T. Pearce. Am Sch Bd J 150:36-7 
Ap '65 

Western conference in Palm Springs, Jan. 
20-22, 1965. E. L. Chalberg. il J Col Place- 
ment 25:93-4+ Ap '65 

What does automation mean to our high 
school program? survey of company officials 
in the Milwaukee area. Sister Mary Cath- 
erine. Bsns Ed World 44:22+ Je '64 

What Industry expects of youth. R. Arthur, 
il Am Voc J 40:18-20 Ap '65 

When industry and education get together. 
11 Am Sch & Univ 37:40+ N '64 

Why the 1964 Fluid power institute? J. H. 
Koenig and H. M. Carmichael. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 53:58 O '64 

Work-study program for student-teachers. II 
J Ind Arts Ed 24:47 S '64 
See also 
Colleges and universities — Gifts, legacies, etc. 
Cooperative education 
Work experience 

Great Britain 

Era of the production line. Times Ed Sup 
2596:519 F 19 '65 

First year in industry; training and adjust- 
ment. Times Ed Sup 2586:1084 D 11 '64 

Look at the gas boards; relationship of in- 
dustry with education. Times Ed Sup 2559: 
1562 Je 5 '64 

Universities and industry; true prestige. D. 
G. Christopherson. Times Ed Sup 2557:1437 
My 22 '64 
BUSINESS aptitude tests. See Aptitude tests 
BUSINESS arithmetic. See Arithmetic, Com- 
mercial 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



87 



BUSINESS as a profession ^ ^ 

Career in the secretarial occupations. G. F. 

Culver and E. M. Jevons. Bsns Ed Forum 

19:1-3 Ja '65 „^ 

Distributive education. J. A. Beaumont. Ed 

85:221-7 D '64 ^ 

Give students a career instead of a Job. G. O. 

Bryan. Am Voc J 39:32-3 O '64 
Guidance opportunities for the business 

teacher in the stenographic subjects. P. J. 

Thompson. J Bsns Ed 40:289-90 Ap '65 
Sale.smanship: is there a role for business 

educators? R. P. Ueuel. J Bsns Ed 40:25-6 

O '64 
BUSINESS classrooms. See Business education 

rooms 
BUSINESS clubs 
Office services clubs provide work experience 

without fuss. M. C. Sparks. Bsns Ed World 

45:2-3 Ja '65 
BUSINESS conferences. See Conferences and 

conventions 
BUSINESS contests 
Conmierclal contests, spring, 1965. Bal Sheet 

46:320-1 Mr '65 
BUSINESS correspondence. See CommerciaJ 

correspondence 
BUSINESS education 
Bending ideas. M. Witherow. Bal Sheet 46: 

364 Ap '65 
Business education by chance. F. W. LAn- 

ham. Bsns Ed Forum 19:3-1- F '65 
Bu.siiie.ss education: its professional Image. 

M. A. Wittenberg. Bal Sheet 46:387 My '65 
Developing a desirable image of business 

education. F. Brown. Bsns Ed Forum 

19:21 O "64 
Does your community know your business 

program and you? R. N. Helm. J Bsns Ed 

40:6-7 O "64 
Just between us. H. H. Green. See Issues of 

Business education world 
National lnisinos.s education yearlx)ok. 1964: 

Itecent and projected duvelopnienta affect- 
ing business education. National bu.siness 

education a-ssoclation. 248p blbllog '64 The 

assn. 
Onice education, a partner In vocational edu- 
cation. B. A. Shilt. Am Voc J 40:21-2 Mr 

'65 
Two crlticiue.'' of Job training; nn i.^w of re- 
port Educating tomorrow's ; by 

the Committee for economh- ''nt. 

II. A. Tonne. J Bsns Ed 40; l >.. 

S»;»,' niao 
Accounting 

Arlthmotii-. Commercial 
Bookkeoplng 
Buslnc.'i.s lOngllsh 
Bu.sine-^.s .schools 
ComiiKici.il oorro.spondence 
Commciclal liiw 
Data processing — Teaching 
Dlstrlf)ntivo education 
OfUco pi-uctlce 
Salesmanship 
Secretarial trainlnR 
Shorthand 
Typewriting 

Administration 
Administration and supervision of husine.«<s 

eiiui-;il ion in colleges and uiiiversltlcfl: ed. 

by P. Liles and Z. T. Lilcs. Nat B.sns Ed Q 

32:3-87 My '64 
Clerical-duplicating department or a business 

education department, which? L. A. Bren- 

del. Bsn.s Ed World 15:11-14+ F '65; Same 

cond, Ed Digo.«t 30:50-3 Mr '65 
New Jersey studies Its vocational education 

needs. P. S. I.,omax. J B.sns Ed 40:180-1 

F '65 

Adult 
High school stenographic cour.se and then 

some. I'. J. Thompson. Bsns Ed Forum IS: 

39-t- My '64 
Vocational business education for a changing 

pattern of employment. D. H. Veon. il Bsns 

Ed Forum 19:11-12 Ja '65 

Aims and objectives 
Business education and implications for 

future prrowth. W. Selden. Bal Sheet 46: 

60-1-t- O '64 
Busincps education offers something of value 

to all^^pupila. L. D. Mason. Clearing House 

Chanues in the philosophy of business educa- 
tion P S I.oma.\. blbliog Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrhk 2:1-19 "64 

Do your students steal? put a premium on 
good work habits. G. A. Myran. J Bsns 
Ed 40:211-2 Mr '65 

Education? training? who Is responsible for 
which? W. M. Thompson. Bal Sheet 46: 
114-16 N '64 



Evaluation of curriculum practices and 
trends in business education. S. J. Wanous. 
hibliog Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:21-38 '64 

Exploratory and guidance functions of busi- 
ness education in the junior high school. 

C. Maze. J Bsns Ed 40:21-2 O '64 
Forgotten objectives of general business. R. 

D. Brown. Bal Sheet 46:392-3 My '65 
How can we make business education respect- 
able? S. Butcher. J Bsns Ed 40:278-9 Ap 
'65 

Impact of automation on vocational educa- 
tion. P. Pair. Bal Sheet 46:110-12-f- N '64 
In pursuit of excellence. H. W. Sharpe and 

C. M. Ray. Bsns Ed Forum 19:13-14 Mr '65 
Let's find some square holes. M. J. Krawitz. 

il Bsns Ed World 45:194- O '64 
Liberal education urged for businessmen. 

Mich Ed J 42:31 D '64 
New dimensions: where do they lead? J. H. 

Wykle. Bal Sheet 46:99 N '64 
New look at the content of general business. 

R. G. Price. Bsns Ed Foriun 19:5-6-1- Mr '65 
Possible effects of automation on business 

education. W. Cadugan. J Bsns Ed 40:314 

Ap '65 
Responsibilities for teaching automated data 

processing. E. Uthe. Bsns Ed Forum 19:7-9 

F '65 
Selling business education. H. A. Tonne. 

J Bsns Ed 40:94-5 D '64 
Some thin Ice In advanced basic business, 

H. Leith. Bsns Ed Forum 19:11-13 Mr '65 
Teaching economic literacy is a contribution 

to general education. H. B. Miller. Bsns 

Ed World 45:26-74- O '64 
Ten keys to Improvement of basic business 

courses. J. A. Parfet. Bsns Ed World 

45:14-154- N "64 

Bibliography 
Book .shelf. See Issues of Journal of business 

■" ' ' ' "n 

•'" of studies and research In busl- 

. atlon. 1963. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:5-71 



Correlation with other subjects 

K "• '-- ••• • - -lucator. H. H. 

-8 Mr '65 
' "n. V. A. Ouel- 

1 leral business? 

1 45:18-1- Ja '65 
' education. Am 

1 combines business and 
preparation for jobs In 
L. P. Baldfwin. Calif Ed 
I 

ness law concepts In general 
' .'i.'<a. A. Lcbeda. Bsns Ed World 
■f,4 

for Incorporating economics In 
r.. ..-. <v. business. R. D. Brown. Bsns Ed 
World 45:20-14- S '64 

Curriculum 

Administration and supervision of business 
education on the university level. W. C. 
iiM,wir....t v^t Bsns Ed Q 32:17-22 My '64 

V Mont program for college-level 

•ts. A. n. Scolnlck. N Y Soc 
.1 Vrbk 1963:r,3-5 

r,.L ;c. hu. inc.-., and the student who Is not 
academically talented. Q. D. Meyer. Bsns 
Ed Forum 19:7-8 Mr "65 

Basic business and vocational education. 
R. B. Uus.sell. Bsns Ed Forum 19:19 O '64 

Basic business education for the academ- 
ically talented. C. C. Calhoun. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:9-10 Mr '65 

Business education. W. Selden. Nat Soc 
Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt 1:118-26 '65 

Bu.slness education In libcrul arts colleges. 
G. W. Anderson. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:67-71 
My '64 

Bu.slness education In the liberal arts cur- 
riculum. M. O. McKitrlck. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
32:72-80 My '64 

Business teacher leadership In ADP cur- 
riculum planning, M. J. Onorato and J. 
Yuen. Bsns Ed Forum 19:5-6 F '65 

Can business education students qualify for 
data processing jobs? C. R. Parsh. J Bsns 
Ed 40:99-100 D '64 

Changes In the philosophy of business edu- 
cation, r. S. Lomax. blbliog Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrbk 2:1-19 '64 

Data processing In the business curriculum; 
high schools of Rochester, N.Y. and vicinity. 
Sister Mary Judith and C. M. Williams. 
11 J Bsns Ed 40:52-4 N '64 



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BUSINESS education — Curriculum — Continued 

Developing a business education program. 
H. L,. Gibson. Bal Sheet 46:244-5+ P '65 

Everything's up to date in Kansas City. 
H. J. Ross. Bal Sheet 46:106-7+ N '64. 

Four-quarter, four-teacher approach to basic 
business. B. Haggblade. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:24+ F '65 . ■ ■u ■ 

Guidelines for curriculum planning in busi- 
ness education for the secondary school. 
Policies commission for business and eco- 
nomic education. Bsns Ed Forum 19:2-3 D 

'64 , . T, . 

Liberal education urged for businessmen. 
Mich Ed J 42:31 D '64 , ^ 

New business education standards: enthu- 
siasm phase. J. C. Roman. Bsns Ed iorum 
19:19-20 N '64 , , ^ . 

New look at the content of general busi- 
ness. R. G. Price. Bsns Ed Forum 19:5-6+ 
Mr '65 , „ 

Rose bv anv other name? E. J. Haga. J Bsns 
Ed 39:336-7 My '64 

State collesre of education business curricu- 
lum. P. F. Muse. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:41-66 
My '64 , ^ . 

Trends in office management as revealed in 
the literature, 1913-1962, with implications 
for the future of office management and 
for a college curriculum. C. M. Jones. Nat 
Bsns Ed Q 33:15-17 Mr '65 . , 

University business education curriculum. 
A C. Condon. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:23-30 My 
'64 

Vocational business education for a changing 
pattern of employment. D. H. Veon. il 
Bsns Ed Forum 19:11-12 Ja '65 

Vocational business education; what the 
states are doing. V. A. Musselman. Bsns 
Ed Forum 19:7-8 Ja '65 ^ ^ 

What does automation mean to our high 
school program? survey of company officials 
in the Milwaukee area. Sister Mary Cath- 
erine. B.=;ns Ed World 44:22+ Je '64 

What kinds of basic business education and 
for whom? J. C. Hall. Bsns Ed Forum 19: 
3+ Mr '65 

World economics and business education. 
M. E. Oliverio. Nat Bsns Ed Trbk 2:165-73 
•64 
See also 

Business schools — Curriculum 

Evaluation 
Evaluation of curriculum practices and 
trends in business education. S. J. Wanous. 
bibliog Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:21-38 '64 

Research 

Business teacher education curriculum; a 

study of subject-matter elements. National 

association for business teacher education. 

Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:3-72 D '63; 33:2-67 D '64 

Equipment and supplies 

See also 
Office appliances 
Typewriters 

Follow up 

Follow-up of business education graduates. 

H. S. Cloyd. Bal Sheet 46:66-8 O '64 
Grades + activities = financial success? R. D. 

Mason, il J Col Placement 25:26-7+ Ap '65 
Vocational business success of slow learners. 

J. G. Marmas. Bal Sheet 46:204-5+ Ja '65 

Graduate work 

Master's degree in business education: an 
analysis and a critique. J. C. Peterson. Nat 
Bsns Ed Q 33:8-11 Mr '65 

Motivation 
Make general business interesting. V. A. 
Musselman. Bal Sheet 46:15-16 S '64 

Programmed teaching 
Programmed instruction in business educa- 
tion. H. Huffman, bibliog Nat Bsns Ed 
Yrbk 2:73-94 '64 

Projects 
Design to make general business creative; 

individual research paper. J. McCadden. 

Bal Sheet 46:58-9 O '64 
FBLA and Phi beta lambda national project 

has everything. Bsns Ed Forum 19:31 Mr 

•65 
Guidance in the basic business courses for 

potential high-school dropouts. M. H. 

Thorne. Bsns Ed Forum 19:17 N '64 
Reading the financial pages. H. S. Cloyd. 

J Bsns Ed 40:85-6 N '64 



Research 

New emphasis on research in vocational 
business education. Li. V. Douglas. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:9-10 Ja '65 

Research in business education. R. E. Hos- 
kinson. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:3+ Mr '65 

Bibliography 

Research for classroom teachers. I. D. Sat- 
low. See issues of Journal of business edu- 
cation 

Research in business education completed 
or under way in 1964. H. Guy. Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 33:37-60 Mr '65 

Summaries of studies and research in busi- 
ness education, 1963. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:5-71 
O '64 

Standards 

Do your students steal? put a premium on 
good work habits. G. A. Myran. J Bsns 
Ed 40:241-2 Mr '65 

Evaluation of curriculum practices and trends 
in business education. S. J. Wanous. bibliog 
Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:21-38 '64 

New business education standards: enthu- 
siasm phase. J. C. Roman. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:19-20 N '64 

State and federal aid 

Accommodation in business education. H. A. 
Tonne. J Bsns Ed 40:228-9 Mr '65 

Business education and the Vocational educa- 
tion act of 1963. J. Bolger. Bsns Ed World 
45:18-21 D '64 

Impact of automation on vocational educa- 
tion. P. Pair. Bal Sheet 46:110-12+ N '64 

New Jersey studies its vocational education 
needs. P. S. Lomax. J Bsns Ed 40:180-1 
F '65 

Some caution signals for vocational business 
education. E. S. Eyster. J Bsns Ed 40:92-3 
D '64 

Vocational business education; some ques- 
tions and answers. H. Guy. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:6+ Ja '65 

Vocational business education; what the 
states are doing. V. A. Musselman. Bsns 
Ed Forum 19:7-8 Ja '65 

Subject matter 

Machines that increase teaching efficiency in 

business education. L. L. Straub. il Am 

Voc J 39:36-7 S '64 
Teach shorthand in general business? try 

one of the alphabet systems. M. Meyer. 

Bal Sheet 46:334 Mr '65 

Supervision 
Administration and supervision of busine.ss 

education in colleges and universities: ed. 

by P. Liles and Z. T. Liles. Nat Bsns Ed O 

32:3-87 My '64 
Directory of city and county supervisors of 

business education, 1903-64. Nat Bsns Ed Q 

32:99-106 My '64 
Directoi-y of state supervisors of busines.s 

education. 1963-64. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:94-8 

My '64 
Vocational business education; what the 

states are doing. V. A. Musselman. Bsns 

Ed Forum 19:7-8 Ja '65 

Teacher education 

See Business teachers — Education 
Teaching aids and devices 
Audio visual aids (cont of) Visual aids. See 

issues of Balance sheet 
Both a borrower and a lender be! N. F. 

Kallaus. Bsns Ed World 45:16-18+ F '65 
How we take advantage of our overhead 

projectors. C. G. Patrinos. il Bsns Ed 

World 44:18-19 Je '64 
New telephone learning technique. E. J. Kray. 

Bal Sheet 46:192 D '64 
Professional library for business teachers. 

B. Jender. Bal Sheet 46:261-2 .F '65 
Recent developments in audiovisual educa- 
tion. R. J. Thompson. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 

2:123-34 '64 
Simple re.'jource file technique. E. J. Bernard 

J Bsns Ed 40:270 Mr '65 
Teaching aids. J. F. White. See issues of 

Business education world 
Use of fiction in business courses. B. Sara- 

chek. Bsns Ed Forum 19:20+ O '64 
See also 
Television in business education 

Teaching methods 

Case method and the small college. C. N 
Weaver. J Bsns Ed 40:237-8 Mr '65 

Every typewriter can be a teaching machine. 
W. R. Tucker. J Bsns Ed 40:14-15 O '64 

How to get more intellectual output in gen- 
eral business. H. S. Cloyd. Bsns Ed Forum 
18:43 My '64 



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89 



BUSINESS education — Teaching methods — 
Continued 

Learning a lesson from a lecture. H. R. 
Holler, il J Bsns Ed 40:233-4 Mr "65 

Methods courses In business education; re- 
port. National association for business 
teacher education. Committee for curricu- 
lum study of .<5Ubject-maiter elements in 
the methods courses. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33: 
50-67 D -64 

Some thin ice in advanced basic business. 
H. Leith. Bsns Ed Forum 19:11-13 Mr '65 

Team teaching in busine.ss education. F. S. 
Cook. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:95-106 "64 

Textbooks 
Understanding automation; a data processing 
curriculum guide and reference text. E. J. 
Haga. J Bsns Ed 40:302-3 Ap '65 

Theories and principles 
ChariKcs in the philo.«ophy of bu.<!iness educa- 
tion. P. 8. I-ioma.x. bibliog Nat Bsns Ed 

Vrbk 2:1-19 'C4 
Implications for business education. H. L. 

RO.SS. Bal Sheet 46:12-14-4- S '64 
Principles of teaching business education 

subjects. W. Selden. J Bsns Ed 40:96-8 D 

•64 

Units of work 
Dress right: a unit of study for courses In 

business education, bibliog il diags Bsns 

Ed Forum 18:1-19 My 'fiJ 
Make general business useful; students plan 

trips in a unit on travel. H. K. Patrlas. 

Bsns Ed World 45:66-7 Mr '65 

Value 
Business ducation offers something of value 

to all pupils. L. D. Mason. Clearing House 

39:51-2 S '64 
Let's make high school graduates employable. 

P. S. LK)max. J B.sris Ed 40:4S-9 N '64 

Colleges and universities 
Administration and super\'ision of huslne.xs 

cduoatloii In colleges and universities: i-d. 

by P. Llles and Z. T. Llles. Nat Bsns Ed Q 

32:3-87 My '61 
Buslno.-».s ediionllon In liberal arts colleges. 

O. W. Anderson. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:67-71 

M^v -fij 
Buslne.^3 education In the liberal arts cur- 

rlinilum. M. O. McKltrlck. Nat Bsns Ed Q 

32:72-X() Mv T.l 
Ca.nn method and the small college. C. N. 

Weaver. J Bsns Ed 40:2.i7-8 Mr '65 
Implications of the rapidly changing com- 
puter technology for collegiate business 

education. A. D. Jones. J Bsns Ed 40:203- 

5 F •65 
Terminal business student seeks transfer 

from Junior college! B. Q. Italney. J Bsns 

Ed 40:213-5 Mr "65 

High schools 
Basic business and the student who Is not 

academically talented. G. L*. Meyer. Bsns 

Ed Forum 19:7-S Mr "65 
Basic bu.'^lness education for the academical- 
ly talented. O. C. Calhoun. Bsns Ed 

Forum 19:9-10 Mr '65 
Business education. W. Selden. Nat Soc 

Study Ed Yrbk 64 pt 1:11«-2H '65 
Business education and the school dropout. 

D. Schrelber. Nat B.sns Ed Yrbk 2:229-37 

'64 
Business education for the college-boimd stu- 
dent. Policies commls.slon for business and 

ecx)nornlc education. Bsns Ed Forum IS: 

21-2 My '61 
Business education offers something of value 

to all pupils. Li. D. Mason. Clearing House 

39:51-2 S '64 
Changes In the phlio.'jophy of business educa- 
tion. P. S. I.,omax. bibliog Nat Bsns Ed 

Yrbk 2:1-19 'ei 
Cooperative teai-hltig between the business 

community and the school. M. M. Barber. 

il J B.^^ns Ed 40:119-50 Ja '65 
Data processing; an old shoe with a new 

sole. A. D. Jones. J Bsns Ed 40:147-8 Ja 

'65 
Developing a business education program. 

H. I>. Gibson. Hal Sheet 46:211-54- F "65 
Developing a marketable skill while earning 

an academic diploma. R. C. Sherline. N Y 

Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:55-7 
Dilemma of .job trnliilng. H. A. Tonne. J Bsns 

Ed 39:314-15 My '64 
Evaluation of curriculum practices and trends 

In business educ/ition. S. J. Wanous. bibliog 

Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:21-38 '64 
Everything's up to date In Kansas City. 

H. J. Ross. Bal Sheet 46:106-74- N "64 



Fitzgerald solves the boy problem. D. Leve- 
renz. il J Bsns Ed 40:23-4 O '64 

Four-quarter, four- teacher approach to basic 
business. B. Haggblade. Bsns Ed Forura 
19:244- F '65 

General business, a must. R. W. Burton. 
Bal Sheet 46:210-12 Ja "65 

Guidelines for curriculum planning in busi- 
ness education for the secondary school. 
Policies commission for business and eco- 
nomic education. Bsns Ed Forum 19:2-3 D 
'64 

High school stenographic cour.'^e and then 
.<ome. P. J. Thompson. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 
30-V My '64 

How can we make business education re- 
spectable? S. Butcher. J Bsns Ed 40:278-9 
Ap '65 

Implications for business education. H. L. 
Koss. Bal Sheet 46:12-14+ S "64 

Job training in the high school. H. A. Tonne. 
J Bsns Ed 40:50-1 N '64 

Local community: a general business labora- 
tory. R. H. Meyer. J Bsns Ed 39:333-5 
My '61 

New business education standards: enthu- 
siasm phase. J. C. Roman. Bsns Ed Forura 
19:19-20 N '64 

New look at the content of general business. 
R. G. Price. Bsns Ed Forum 19:5-64- 
Mr '65 

Profile of the business department in a com- 
prehensive high school. M. A. Henderson. 
il Bsns Ed Forum 19:13-14 Ja '65 

Public approval of business education. R. A. 
Warner. IMl Sheet 46:152-4-f- D '64 

Some thin Ice In advanced basic business. 
H. Leith. Bsns Ed Forum 19:11-13 Mr '65 

Survey of business course failures at several 
Mar>-laiid high schools. G. D. Bressler. 
J Bsns Ed 411:292-4 Ap '65 

Ten keys to improvement of basic business 
courses. J. A. Parfet. Bsns Ed World 
1-14-154- N '64 

Wli.1t can we do altout mlsgtildance? I. D. 
.><iitlow. Bal Sheet 46:117-19 N '64 

Wli;it kinds of basic business education and 
for whom? J. C. Hall. Bsns Ed Forum 19: 
34- Mr '65 

What's new In business education? II NEA J 
54:12-13 Ap '65 

Junior colleges 
Junior college meatis business. J. F. Lotz. 

J Bsns Ed 40:129-30 D '64 
Terminal l«u.«iln«'ss student seeks transfer 

from Junior college! B. Q. Ralney. J Bsns 

Ed 40:243-5 Mi '65 

Junior high schools 
Exploratory and guldatico functions of busi- 
ness education In the junior high school. 
C. Maze. J H.^ns Ed 40:21-2 O '64 

Rural schools 
Why consider teaching In a small school? 
G. S. Rhodes. II Bsns Ed World 45:174- 
Ap '65 

State colleges and universities 
Administration and super\-lslon of business 
education In state rolletres of education. 
L. C. Nanassy. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:31-40 My 

.-Vdministratlve : ' ' of business educa- 

llon on the level. L. R. Toll. 

Nat Bsns Ed Mv '61 

State collC'-'e n; ,■...• ,.,un busbies.s curricu- 
lum. P. F. Mu.su. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:41-66 
Mv '61 

University business education curriculum. 
A. C. Condon. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:23-30 My 
•64 

Teachers colleges 

Methods courses In business education; re- 
port National association for business 
teacher education. Committee for curricu- 
lum study of subject-matter elements In 
the methods courses. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33: 
60-67 D '64 

University business education curriculum. 
A. C. Condon. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:23-30 My 
•64 

Great Britain 

Academic statu.?: business studies. Times Ed 
Sup 2550:850 Ap 3 '64 
Sre also 

British association for commercial and In- 
dustrial education 

Nigeria 
Business education emerges In Nigeria. C. 
Maze. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:61-4 Mr '65 
BUSINESS education and business. See Busi- 
ness and education 



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BUSINESS education associations 
Convention calendar. Bsns Ed World 45.4rf 

Convention calendar, fall and winter, 1964. 

Bal Sheet 46:78-81 O '64 . 
Convention calendar, spring: and summer. 

1965. Bal Sheet 46:273-4 F '65 
Get out of the rut. R. A. Horace. Bal Sheet 

46:3 S '64 
See also , ,. • x- 

California business education association 
Catholic business education association 
Council for distributive teacher education 
Eastern business education association 
Eastern business teachers association 
Mountain-Plains business education associa- 

National association for business teacher ed- 

National. association for vocational business 

National association of distributive education 
+ fifl chcrs 

National business education association 

North Central business education association 

Southern business education association 

United business schools association 

Western business education association 
BUSINESS education departments. See Colleges 
and universities— Departments of business 
education; High schools— Departments of 
business education; State colleges and uni- 
versities — Departments of business educa- 
tion 
BUSINESS education rooms. 

Can't have a work experience program? try 
a model office instead. G. M. Farrell. il 
Bsns Ed World 45:22-3 S '64 

Checklist in planning business education 
facilities. W. Selden. il Am Voc J 40:29 
Ja '65 

Dictation laboratorj'. Sister Ma-Tr Roberta, 
il Cath Sch J 64:80-1 My 'e^.^ ^ ^ 

Electronic shorthand instruction. J. L. Fen- 
nell. il Bal Sheet 46:199-2004- Ja '65 . 

Multiple-outlets for stenographic instruction: 
problems. D. F. Baugh. il J Bsns Ed 40:193 

F '65 . . T^ •,^.„ 

Profile of a data processing center. B. Miller 
and others, plan Bsns Ed Forum 19:12-13 

What about equipment in typing? J. L. Rowe. 

Bsns Ed World 44:23-44- Je '64 . . 
Wireless system for stenographic training. C. 

M. Fleser. il J Bsns Ed 40:106-8 D '64 
BUSINESS English ^ ^ ^^ ^, „, 

And now, to the second of the three R s. 

D. R. Howe. Bsns Ed World 45:24-5 S '64 

Correlation with other subjects 
Senior English: business emphasis. J. B. 
Carr. Engl J 53:614-16 N '64 

Value 

Sense of values in business and English. 
H. C. Kensky. il J Bsns Ed 40:11-13 O '64 

BUSINESS ethics „ ,. 

On-the-job ethics. C. P. Hall, il Int J Relig 

Ed 41:10-11 D '64 
Semantic evaluation of misleading advertis- 
ing. E. J. Kottman. J Comm 14:151-6 S '64 
See also 
Trade practices 
BUSINESS executives. See Executives 
BUSINESS experience. See Teacher employ- 
ment in business and industry; Work ex- 
perience 
BUSINESS games. See Operational gaming 

BUSINESS Information , , ,. „ 

Both a borrower and a lender be! N. F. 
Kallaus. Bsns Ed World 45:16-184- F '65 
BUSINESS law. See Commercial law 
BUSINESS letters. See Commercial correspon- 
dence 
BUSINESS literature 
Professional library for business teachers. 
B. Jender. Bal Sheet 46:261-2 F '65 
BUSINESS location. See Location (in business 

and industry) 
BUSINESS machines. See OfUce appliances 
BUSINESS management and organization 
Both a borrower and a lender be! N. F. 
Kallaus. Bsns Ed World 45:16-184- F '65 
Corporate image: fact or Action? R. J. Irvin. 

J Col Placement 25:85-64- Ap '65 
Design for office organization. E. C. Buchner. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:107-10 '63 
Organization planning for school business 
services. J. L. Glaspey. bibliog Assn Sch 
Bsns Officials U S and Canada Proc 49: 
321-39 '63 



Participants in Mid-Atlantic program given 
chance to run a business. J. S. Obecny, jr. 
il J Col Placement 25:644- O '64 
See also 

Corporations 

Decision making 

Systems in management 

Graduate work 

M.B.A. versus the B.A. degree. M. Shinagel. 
J Col Placement 25:26-74- O '64 

Mystique of the M.B.A: is it educational 
escapism? W. H. Jaquith. J Col Placement 
25:78 Ap '65 

Relationship of selected variables to achieve- 
ment and persistence in a masters program 
in business administration. J. W. Lewis. 
Ed & Psychol M 24:951-4 Wint '64 

Prognosis of success 

Effectiveness of variables for predicting 
academic achievement for business stu- 
dents. D. J. Watley and J. C. Merwm. 
J Exp Ed 33:189-92 Wint '64 

Personal adjustment and prediction of aca- 
demic achievement. D. J. Watley. J Ap 
Psychol 49:20-3 F '65, . ^, 

Relationship of selected variables to achieve- 
ment and persistence in a masters program 
in business administration. J. W. Lewis. 
Ed & Psychol M 24:951-4 Wint '64 

Research 
Some effects of organization structure on 
problem solving. G. S. Cain. Nat Bsns 
Ed Q 33:27-31 Mr '65 

Teaching 

High schools 

Development of competent business leader- 
ship. A. Hulet. Bsns Ed Forum 19:31-2 
N '64 

Teachers colleges 

Business administration and economic educa- 
tion; report. National association for busi- 
ness teacher education. Committee for 
curriculum study of subject-matter ele- 
ments in business administration and eco- 
nomic education. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:5-20 
D '64 

Teaching aids and devices 

Educational aspects of business games. J. M. 
Amos. J Bsns Ed 40:61-2 N '64 

Tests and scales 
Relationship of selected variables to achieve- 
ment and persistence in a masters pro- 
gram in business adininistration. J. W. 
Lewis. Ed & Psychol M 24:951-4 Wint '64 
BUSINESS management of schools. See Busi- 
ness administration of schools 
BUSINESS managers 
Organizational character of education: facility 
planning and business management; per- 
sonnel. M. J. Conrad and W. Griffith. 
R Ed Res 34:479-80 O '64 
Professional and the professor. C. H. Watts. 
Ed Rec 45:285-90 Sum '64 
See also 
Business administration of schools 

Certification 
Report of the ASBO professionalization and 
certification research committee. J. B. 
Crews. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:218-23 '63 

Duties 
How to spend your summer months. G. L. 
Schwilck; G. A. Wilson. Nations Sch 73: 
44-54- Je '64 
What business officers can do to improve 
industrial arts. M. J. Ruley; G. J. Phares; 
D. J. Ingraham. J Ind Arts Ed 24:20-2 S 
'64 

Education 

In-basket techniques in the preparation of 
school business officials. G. Immegart; C. J. 
Marino. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:426-35 '63 

Preparatory program in school business man- 
agement. W. H. Roe. Assn Sch Bsns Offi- 
cials U S and Canada Proc 49:223-32 '63 

Research 

Present status of the school business man- 
ager in second class school districts of 
Pennsylvania; summary of dissertation. J. 
J. Buzby. Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and 
Canada Proc 49:151-6 '63 

Principal-business manager relationships. W. 
Grossbach. J Sec Ed 39:326-32 N '64 



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91 



BUSINESS men , ^ „ „ . „ 

One man's look at education. C. B. Ranaall. 
Teach Col Rec 66:310-14 Ja '65 
BUSINESS mens clubs 
Clubs for potential dropouts. L. B. Jones. 

Calif Ed 1:9-10 My '64 
Safety gets a promotion; annual convention 
of the Kiwanis international clubs. Safety 
Ed 44:19 D '64 
See alao 
Rotary clubs 
BUSINESS schools 
Boston opens the door for business school 
graduates. J. Nesson. Bal Sheet 46:151+ 
D -64 
Painful process of professionalizatlon. L. A. 
Allen. Bal Sheet 46:252-5 F '65 
See also 
Smithdeal-Massey business college 

Administration 
Independent bu.slnes3 school curriculum. 
M. O. Klrkpatrick. Jr. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32: 
8S-93 My '64 

Curriculum 

Independent business school curriculum. M. 
O. Kirkpatrick, jr. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:88-93 
My '64 

Finance 

Under contract training In state-federal pro- 
gram.s; legislation that makes federal funds 
available for private business schools. K. 
A. Fulton. Bal Sheet 46:349-51+ Ap *65 

Personnel service 
See Personnel service — Business schools 
Great Britain 

Bu.sine3s at university: government help. 
Times Ed Sup 2:,i,r,:\2C0 My 15 '64 

£4m. for busine.s.s .schools; appeal to close 
soon. Times Ed Sup 25f>0:76G O 30 '64 

Rise of busltie.s.s schools; Norrnanbrook re- 
port. Times Ed Sup 2o53:1082 Ap 24 '64 

School.s of l)U.sin<-.s.s; jL:;',m. appeal. Times Ed 
Sup 2562:1776 Je 26 '64 
BUSINESS sponsored materials. See Science — 

Teaching aids and devices 
BUSINESS students 

Bcslon opens the door for business school 
graduates. J. Nesson. Bal Sheet 46:151+ 
D '64 

Business education and the good student. C. 
E. Hopkins. Bal Sheet 46:19-20 S 64 

Comprehensive record of the buj<tne.«ia stu- 
dent. U. Monahan. Bal Sheet 46:256-8 F '65 

Develoi>ing cieciuiun-mui<iiiK ability m ofllce 
employees. 1). L. Truvls. Bsns Ed Forum 
19:24-6 Mr '65 

Grades + activities = financial success? R. 

D. Mason. 11 J Col Placement 26:26-7 + 
Ap '65 

Identification In two vocations: accountants 
and creative writers. S. J. Segal and U. 
Sksabo. I'ersonnel & Cuid J 43:2r,2-5 N '64 

Inve.sllKatlon into students' urider.standing of 
some accounting tenns. D. Garbutt. J Bsns 
Ed Ki:20S-:;(il Ap '65 

Maximum benefits from the cooperative work 
experience program. M. H. Thome. J Bsns 
Ed 39:327-9 My '64 

New directions in the preparation of book- 
keeping and clerical personnel. B. Ij. Keel- 
ing. Nat B.sns Ed Yrbk 2:213-28 "64 

Profile of the business department In a com- 

?>rehenslve high school. M. A. Hcnderion. 
1 Bsns Ed Forum 19:i;!-14 Ja '65 
Standards for selecting work stations for co- 
operative part-time students. P. T. Raines. 
Bsns Ed Forum 18:34-6 My '64 
See nlso 
Distributive education students 

Research 

Effectiveness of variables for predicting 
academic achievement for business stu- 
dents. D. J. Watley and J. C. Merwin. J 
Exp Ed 33:189-92 Wint '64 

Personal adjustment and prediction of aca- 
demic achievement. D. J. Watley. J Ap 
Psychol 49:20-3 F '65 

Survey of bu.sincss course failures at sev- 
eral Maryland high schools. G. D. Brcssler. 
J B.sns l^d 40:292-1 Ap '65 
BUSINESS teachers 

Be an A-1 teacher right from the beginning. 
B. Royer. Bsns Ed World 4.'.: 16+ N '64 

Busine.ss education and the good student. C. 

E. Hopkins. Bal Sheet 46:19-20 S '64 
Business teacher work experience. E. Dab- 

kowskl. Bal Sheet 46:96 O '64 
1964 award winners. 11 Bsns Ed Forum 19:27-30 
N '64 



Spend this summer in an office. N. A. Ditt- 

man. J Bsns Ed 39:350 My '64 
Tomorrow's business teacher. E. S. Ej'ster. 

J Bsns Ed 40:226-7 Mr '65 
See also 
Distributive education teachers 

Duties 

Business teacher leadership In ADP curric- 
ulum planning. M. J. Onorato and J. Yuen. 
Bsns Ed Forum 19:5-6 F '65 

Clerical-duplicating department or a business 
education department, which? L. A. Bren- 
del. Bsns Ed World 45:11-14+ F '65; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 30:50-2 Mr '65 

Do a better job in an easier way. L. Heron. 
J Bsns Ed 40:63-6 N '64 

Guidance opportunities for the business 
teacher in the stenographic subjects. P. J. 
Thompson. J Bsns Ed 4U:2S9-9u Ap '65 

Professionalism in bookkeeping and account- 
ing. V. F. Linnaus. Bal Sheet 46:303-4+ 
Mr '65 

Education 

Administration and supervision of business 

education in colleges and universities; ed. 

by P. Liles and Z. T. L.iles. Nat Bsns Ed 

Q 32:3-87 My '64 
Automation and teacher training. K. L. 

Kahl. Bal Sheet 46:394-6+ My '65 
Bu.sincss education emerges in Nigeria. C. 

Maze. Nat Bsns Ed Q 33:61-4 Mr '65 
Guiding the suulent teaching program In 

business education. B. B. GrlfHth. J Bsns 

Ed 40:151-2 Ja '65 
How Wisconsin's teacher-Internship pro- 

nm works. S. Washatka and W. Mitchell. 
Bsns Ed World 45:11-12 Ap '65 

In pursuit of excellence. H. W. Sharpe and 
C. M. Ray. Bsns Ed Forum 19:13-14 Mr '65 

Secretary turns teacher. D. Arel. 11 Bsns 
Ed World 45:20-1+ F '65 

Standards of preparation for ofRce practice 
teachers. K. D. Bell. Bsns Ed Forum 18: 
36-8 My '64 

Research 

Business teacher education curriculum; a 
study of subject-matter elements. Na- 
tional association for business teacher 
education. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:3-72 D '63: 
^3:2-67 D '64 

Education In service 
Bu.xiness teacher leadership In ADP curric- 
ulum planning. M. J. Onorato and J. Yuen. 

Bsns Ed Forum 19:5-6 F '65 
Summer school announcements. Bal Sheet 

46:366-9. 410-16 Ap-My '65 
Summer school directory; course offerings, 

conferences and workshops. Bsns Ed World 

45:27-32 An '65 
Tea' ) omic literacy Is a contribution 

to lucalion. H. B. Miller. Bsns Ed 

W. 7+ O '64 

BUSINESS tdchers associations. See Business 

o<Uic;iiion a.s.sociaiions 

BUTOR. Michel 
A projios de Mobile: deuxlime entretien 
avec Michel Butor. F. C. St Aubyn. French 
R 38:427-40 F '65 
BUTTE COUNTY, California 
Education 
Where's the camp, mister? summer school for 
migrant cMldren at the Grldley farm labor 
camp In Iiutte County. A. L. Howsden. 11 
CTA J 60:14-16 My '64 
BUTTENHEIM. Edgar J. 
Obituary 

Am Sch & Unlv por 37:5 Ja '65 
BUYING. See Purchasing; Purchasing, House- 
hold: Purchasing. School 
BYRNE, Ruth 
Queen of many hearts. S. Smith, por Volta 
R 67:308-9 Ap '65 



CAP. See Community action programs 

CASS A. See California association of secondary 

school administrators 
CAVE. See Catholic audio-visual educators as- 
sociation 
C.B.A, See Chemical bond approach project 
C. B.D.N. A. See College band directors national 
association 



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CCD. See Confraternity of Christian doctrine 

CCTV. See Television — Closed circuit 

CD. See Cultural deprivation 

CDL. See Citizens for decent literature 

CEC. See Council for exceptional children 

CENTO. See Central treaty organization 

CESI. See Council for elementary science 

international 
CHEM study. See Chemical education mate- 
rial study 
C.I.C. See Council of ten — Committee on in- 
stitutional cooperation 
CI EC (Confederaci6n interamericana de educa- 
cion catolica) See Inter-American Catholic 
educational congress 
CINE. See Council on international nonthe- 

atrical events 
COPE. See American federation of labor and 
Congress of industrial organizations — Com- 
mittee on political education 
CREF, See College retirement equities fund 
CTA. See California teachers association 
CUPM. See Mathematical association of Amer- 
ica — Committee on the undergraduate pro- 
gram in iTiathematics 
CABINET officers 
See also 
Bryan, W. J. 
Colby. B. 
Lansing, R. 
CABINET work 
See also 
Woodworiiing 
CABINETS (furniture) 

Add dash to student electronics projects. H. 
Gerrish and J. McLoney. il Sch Shop 24: 
2S-9 S '64 

CABLES. Submarine , , .^ 

Americans nobody knows; the man who laid 
the first transatlantic cable. C. W. Fer- 
guson, il PTA Mag 59:14-16 Mr '65 
CADMIUM 
Resacetophenone oxime chelation of copper 
in the presence of cadmium. S. G. Kadar- 
mandalgi. J Chem Ed 41:438 Ag '64 
Separation and identilication of copper and 
cadmium. N. S. Poonia and H. K. L. Gupta, 
J Chem Ed 41:480 Ag '64 
CAFETERIAS and lunch rooms 

Cafeterias, kitchens and food service, il plans 

Am Sch Bd J 149:27-57 O '64 , , 

School lunch. See issues of Nation's schools 

See also 
Multipurpose rooms 

Administration 
Food clinic. R. Flambert. See issues of School 

management , „ ,, ^ ^x 

How to shut down for summer. R. M. Cutter. 

Nations Sch 73:66+ Je '64 
Service gets its efficiency from proper equip- 
ment. T. Farley, il Am Sch Bd J 150:48-9 
Mr '65 

Designs and plans 

Service gets its efficiency from proper equip- 
ment. T. Farley, il Am Sch Bd J 150:48-9 
Mr '65 

Educational aspects 

School lunchroom is a behavior lab. K. C. 

Wisely, il Grade Teach 82:103-4 S '64 
Standards for good cafeteria behavior. L. 

Dugan. Instr 74:13 O '64 

Employees 
Big business demands big management. Sis- 
ter Mary Willann. il Am Sch Bd J 149:44-5 
O '64 

Salar-ies 

How to fix a bad salary scale. A. J. Hook. 
Nations Sch 75:66 F '65 

Training 
Lunch staff learns, earns credit. G. Hocken- 
bery. Nations Sch 74:42 D '64 

Equipment and supplies 

Boom in food service, diag Am Sch & Unlv 
36:99-100 My '64 

Buyer's guide to kitchen equipment. W. O. 
Neibert. Sch Mgt 8:89-92-1- My '64 

Innovations in electric food service equip- 
ment. D. Hertzson. il Am Sch & Univ 37: 
56-7 Ja '65 

Major equipment considerations. D. Bilger. 
Am Sch Bd J 149:46-7 O '64 

Service gets its efficiency from proper equip- 
ment. T. Farley, il Am Sch Bd J 150:48-9 
Mr '65 



Small utensils help serve big dividends. A. B. 

Reed. Am Sch Bd J 149:48-51 O '64 
Systematic maintenance — cost control. E. L. 

Root, il Am Sch Bd J 149:42-3 O '64 
What's new in food equipment. R. D. 

Buchanan. Nations Sch 74:66 N '64 

Purchasing 

Food purchasing team scores economically. 
T. Farley, il Am Sch Bd J 149:32-4 O '64 

How to receive and store fresh fruits and 
vegetables. Nations Sch 74:46 Jl '64 

School food service management; food stand- 
ards and specifications, panel discussion. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:129-50 '63 

When to buy fresh fruits and vegetables. 
Nations Sch 73:86 My '64 

Supervision 
Mom watches while pupils eat in Schaum- 
burg, 111. Nations Sch 75:72 Mr '65 

Colleges and universities 

Food service and llexibility go together. J. S. 
Sharp and C. O. Westby. il Am Sch & Univ 
37:42-3 S '64 
CAKE 

Effect of different methods of flour meas- 
urement on the quality of plain two-egg 
cakes. M. L. Arlin and others. J Home 
Econ 56:399-401 Je '64 
CALCIUM 

Adequacy in old age; role of nutrition. 
P. Swanson. bibliog J Home Econ 56:651-8 
N '64 

Effects of chemicals on frogs' heartbeat. P. 
Plane and R. Tilden. bibliog Sch Sci & 
Math 65:219-27 Mr '65 
CALCULATING machines 

Calculating machines, teaching and testing. 
G. D. Carr. Bsns Ed Forum 19:10-11 D '84 

Let's integrate ten-key adding machine in- 
struction into the bookkeeping course. R. J. 
A^^encl. Bsns Ed World 45:28 S '64 

Magic and machines. E. Zoet. il Bal Sheet 
46:246-74- P '65 

Multiplication and division on an adding ma- 
chine. J. Hyek. J Bsns Ed 40:42 O '64 

Nicely calculated. T. L. Thomas and A. 
Thomas, il Times Ed Sup 2552:966 Ap 17 '64 
See also 

Accounting — Mechanical aids 

Computers 
CALCULUS 

Demonstration of indeterminate forms using 
finite methods. H. E. Williams. Math Teach 
57:537-8 D '64 

Problems, exercises, etc. 
Note on the fundamental theorem of integral 
calculus. R. F. Graesser. diag Sch Sci & 
Math 64:523-4 Je '64 

Teaching 
High schools 
Opinions of college teachers of mathematics 
regarding content of the twelfth-year 
course in mathematics. O. L. Buchanan, 
jr. Math Teach 58:223-5 Mr '65 
CALDECOTT medal books 

Newbery and Caldecott award winners. 11 
ALA Bui 59:238 Ap '65; Wilson Lib Bui 
39:627 Ap '65 
CALDER6N DE LA BARCA, Pedro 

Calderon and Casona. H. K. Moon. His- 
pania 48:37-42 Mr '65 
CALDWELL, Sarah 
Opera company for Boston. S. Caldwell, il 
pors Mus J 22:23-5-1- My '64 
CALENDAR 
Mark time. C. A. Reeves. Sch & Com 51:8 
D '64 
CALENDAR, Perpetual 

Mark time. C. A. Reeves. Sch & Com 51:9+ 
D '64 
CALENDARS 

[Calendar for month] See issues of Grade 
teacher through June 1964 
See also 
School calendar 
CALIFORNIA 

See lalso subhead California under the 
following subjects 
Administration of schools 
Adult education 
Agricultural education 
Arithmetic — Teaching 
Audio-visual education 
Bl ind — Education 
Boards of education 
Children, Gifted — Education 
Citizenship education 
Class size 



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93 



CALIFORNIA— See also — Continued 
Colleges and universities 
Community and school 

Conferences and conventions. Educational 
Conservation of resources — Teachinc 
Continuation schools 
Cooperation. Educational 
Curriculum development 
Deaf — Education 
Distributive education 
Driver education 
Dropouta 
Education 

Educational laws and legislation 
Elementary education 
Enclish laiiKuace — Teaching 
Enrollment 

Efiualization, Educational 
Handicapped — Education 
High school students 
High schools 
Higher education 
Housing laws and legislation 
Industrial arts education 
Industrial education 
Junior colleges 
Kindergarten 

Languages, Modem — Teaching 
IJhraries 
libraries. School 
J. unfiles. .School 
Mathematics 
M.'it hematics — Teaching 
Mentally handicapped 

Mentally handicapped children — Education 
Migrant labor 
Music 

Music festivals 
Negroes in the United States 
rersonnel service 
riiyslcal education 
I'ublic .•'choola 

I'll til if f<fbools- Desegregation 
Kcading— Tfiifiilng 
Research. Educational 
Sfliool building programs 
School bulldlnk's 
School dlstrl<;ls 
School finance 
Scienne— Teaching 
Secondary education 
Social Hf b-ncf s— -Tenf hing 
Spanish lanKuage — Teaching 
Spofliil ••duffition 
Special sfliool.s and classes 
Stale al<l to education 
State colleges and universities 
Siiidfnt achievements 
Stu<li>nt teachers 
Siinuiier schools 
Surveys 

Teacher education In ser\'lce 
Teachers — Cert Ideation 
Teachers Inslltutea 
TcachorH unions 
Television In education 
Testing programs 
Textbookii 

Vocational educatlor. 
Vocational guidance 

Co-ordinating council for higher education 
Co-ordln.'vting couiifll for higher edticatlon In 

California; a review of It.s first two years. 

T. C. Holy. .T Higher Ed :?r):31.3-21 Je "CI 
Full partners In California's hltrhor e<tu<-ai inn. 

H. T. Tyler. 11 Jun Col J 35:4-7 Mr '65 

Department of education 
Arthur D. Little report; The emerging re- 
quirements for elYectlve leadership for 
California education. W. A. Norrls; L. N. 
Morrisftt. II ("alif Kd 2:.3-104- Ap 'B:. 
Los Angeles ofUce of the Department of edu- 
cation; Its personnel and services. E. Gon- 
zales. II Calif Ed 2:3-6 F '65 

Division of dppnrtmentnl administration 
— Puhlirntions office 
Sen California — Department of education 
— Publications ofllce 

Pnblicationa office 
New publications office. Calif Ed 1:32 Je '64 

Research and drvrlopment center 
in data proccssinij 
Human economy and data processing; Re- 
search and development center in data 
processing. A. Grossman and R. Howe. Per- 
sonnel & Quid J 43:343-7 D '64 

Social conditions 
Dilemma of the Spanish surname people of 
California. J. W. McKenney. CTA J 61:17-t- 
Mr '65 



State board of education 
Arthur D. Little report; The emerging re- 
quirements for eiiective leadership for 
California education. W. A. Xorris: L. N. 
Morrisett. il Calif Ed 2:3-10+ Ap '65 

State college board of trustees 
Dean Smith's letter to Dr Paul Dodd. R. R. 

Smith. J Teach Ed 15:117-19 Je '64 
Teacher preparation curbed and confused. 
R. R. Smith. CTA J 60:5-7-1- My '64 
CALIFORNIA achievement tests 
Evaluation of the California achievement 
test, elementary, form \V. reading compre- 
hension. W. Campbell and others, bibliog 
J Ed Res 58:75-7 O '04 
CALIFORNIA association of school librarians 
N'ew school library standards. W. B. Hicks, 
il Calif Ed 2:11-12 O '64 
CALIFORNIA association of secondary school 
administrators 

Junior high school committee 

Junior high school committee of CASSA; a 
short history. J. R. Eales. Calif Ed 1:19-20 
Ap '04 
CALIFORNIA business education association 

Joint convention with AN'estem business edu- 
cation as.sociation. Palo Alto. Calif. April 
11-13. 1965: program. Bal Sheet 46:322-3 
Mr '65 

WBEA-CBEA convention program. Bsns Ed 
Forum 19:29 F '65 
CALIFORNIA congress of parents and teach- 
ers. See National congress of parents and 
ti-.-if ho rs — California liranch 
CALIFORNIA County superintendents associa- 
tion. See Association of California County 
sup«>rlntcndf nta of schools 
CALIFORNIA elementary school administrators 
association 

Guide to profes.slonal behavior for adminis- 
trators. 11 Calif El Sch Adm Assn Mon 16; 
1-12 '61 

Man and the task, il Calif El Sch Adm Assn 
Mon 15:11-121 '64 

Quality practices. 1965, il Calif El Sch Adm 



As- 11 
Re^.,. 



.M 



1-Cl '65 

d.ata to parents; a case study: 

unified school district's 

Pi im. il Calif El Sch Adm Assn 

Si. .11 1 1 I--.'-; '62 
CALIFORNIA F- scale. See Authoritarianism — 

To.Mts anil scales 
CALIFORNIA library association 

Intcllcciual frffdom. thcni<- of the pre-con- 
forenfc. Wilson Lib Hul 39:304 D '64 
CALIFORNIA. Long Beach state college 

Industrial ti-chnology: pilot piogram at Long 
IJcach. C. T. Dean and I*. L. Klelntjes. 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:27-S4- Je '64 

Joint venture In a foreign student program: 
CamI)odlan participant training program 
for National school of arts and crafts. L. 
Torres. II J Ind Arts Kd 2:f 20 4- My '64 
CALIFORNIA. Los Angeles state college of 
applied arts and sciences 

Joint vfnture In a foreign student program: 
Cambodian participant training prograin 
for Nation.al school of arts and crafts. L. 
Torres, il J Ind Arts Ed 23:294- My "64 
CALIFORNIA psychological inventory 

Academic acnievement in high school as 
predicted from the California psychological 
Inventory. H. G. Cough, blhlfog J Ed 
Psvfhol 5,-):174-^n Jo Tl 

Correlation of CPi traits with academic 
achievement. M. I.,. GrlfTIn and M. K. Fla- 
herty. Ed .t Psychol M 24:369-72 Sum '64 

Cross-cultural study of achievement motiva- 
tion. H. G. Gough. bibliog J Ap Psychol 
48:191-6 Jo '64 

Factor analysis of the California psycho- 
logical Inventory on a high school popula- 
tion. IT. K Sj)rincob and E. L. Struenlng. 
J Counsel P.sychol 11:173-9 Sum '64 

Prediction of performance in medical school 
from the California psvchologlcal Inventory. 
H. G Gough and W. h. Hall, bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 4S:21'!-26 Ag "64 

Psychologif.al differences between athletes 
and nonpartlcipants in athletics at three 
educational levels. J. Schcndel. bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Roc Res Q 36:52-67 
Mr '6-. 

Scoring methods and construct validity of 
the Dogmatism scale. H. A. Korn and N. S. 
GIddan. Ed & Psychol M 24:867-74 WInt '64 

Test reviews: the California psvchological In- 
ventory. J. O. Criles. bibliog diags J Coun- 
sel Psychol 11:197-202, 299-306 Sum-Fall "64 



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CALIFORNIA. San Diego state college , . ^ 

Only way to teach. M. F. Willerding. Arith 

Teach 12:25G-7 Ap '65 , , .. 

Status images: their nature and relation to 
selection of college majors and occupations; 
report on a study by San Diego state 
college foundation. J Col Placement 25:36A- 
36F O '64 
CALIFORNIA. San Fernando Valley state col- 
lege. Northrldge 
Saturday conservatory of music; a seminar 
approach to instrumental instruction M. 
Sandler, il Mus Educators J 51:72-4 P 65 
Success of transfer students admitted to 
iSan Fernando Valley state college on pro- 
bation, fall 1963. D. E. Pehlke and T. E. 
Sharp. Col & Univ 40:257-63 Spr '65 
CALIFORNIA, San Francisco state college 
Suggested program of teacher education for 
secondary education students. N. Hickerson. 
Peabody J Ed 42:177-81 N '64 
Whose responsibility is teacher education? 
B. L. Taylor. J Sec Ed 39:273-5 O '64 

Department of geography 

Experiment in service by a geography de- 
partment. L. E. Gibson. J Geog 63:330-1 O 
•64 
CALIFORNIA. San Jose state college ^ ^ 

Centers established in 1964; San Jose state 
college. J. G. Sperling and S. E. Wiggins. 
Social Ed 29:224 Ap '65 

Education and the novel. S. W. Tiedt. Pea- 
body J Ed 42:163-5 N '64 

People to people. A. Beckett. J Bsns Ed 40: 
218 F '65 
CALIFORNIA. School for cerebral palsied chil- 
dren, Southern California 

School for cerebral palsied children. Southern 
California. M. M. Miller, il Calif Ed 2:15-17 
O '64 
CALIFORNIA school for the blind, Berkeley 

New superintendent at California school for 
the blind. Calif Ed 2:14 S '64 
CALIFORNIA school for the deaf, Berkeley 

Nursery school parent institutes. G. M. 
Hayes, il Calif Ed 2:9-10 Ja '65 
CALIFORNIA study methods survey 

Note concerning the predictive validities of 
selected cognitive and non-cognitive meas- 
ures for freshman students in a liberal arts 
college. W. B. Michael and others. Ed & 
Psychol M 24:373-5 Sum '64 

Over- and underachievement in reading. H. 
D. Carter. Calif J Ed Res 15:175-83 S '64 
CALIFORNIA teachers association 

Assignment of teachers; a policy statement 
adopted by the State council of education, 
California teachers association, Dec. 7, 
1963. CTA J 60:11 My '64 , ^ ^„ „^ 

Directory of CTA offlcers. CTA J 60:37 
My '64 

Teacher-to-teacher project 

Teacher to teacher; CTA-sponsored teacher 
exchange with Mexico. S. B. Reichert, jr. 
il CTA J 60:33-5 My '64 
CALIFORNIA test of mental maturity 

Comparison of rural and urban pupils on 
achievement. J. C. Moore and P. T. King. 
Sch & Com 51:28-30 N '64 , ^. 

Comparison of the Kindergarten evaluation 
of learning potential (KJSLP) readiness, 
mental maturity, achievement, and ratings 
by first grade teachers. J. A. R. Wilson 
and M. C. Robeck. Ed & Psychol M 24:409- 
14 Sum '64 ^ , , . . 

Factor analyses of the California test of 
mental maturity. H. E. Anderson, jr. and 
D. A. Leton. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24: 
513-23 Fall '64 

Relationship of anxiety to intelligence scores 
of tenth-grade students. H. W. McCollum. 
bibliog J Ed Res 58:35-7 S "64 

Stability ol California test of mental maturity 
IQ's from the second to the fourth grade. 
D. H. Bradshaw. Ed & Psychol M 24:935-9 
Wint '64 
CALIFORNIA test of personality 

Comparison on pupil adjustment In team and 
self-contained organizations. P. Lambert 
and others, bibliog J Ed Res 58:311-14 Mr 
'65 

Need structure, personal adjustment, and 
academic self-concept of beginning educa- 
tion students. D. E. Hamachek and T. 
Mori. J Ed Res 58:158-62 D '64 

Student failure and social maladju.'itment. 
D. N. Gibb.s. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
43:580-5 F '65 

Test transparency as related to test response. 
P. T. King and D. R. Ross, Personnel & 
Guid J 43:669-73 Mr '65 



CALIFORNIA. University, Berkeley 

Centers established in 1964; University ol 
California at Berkeley. J. U. Michaelis. 
Social Ed 29:225 Ap '65 
Politics of democracy: the free speech 
movement; a student comments on the sig- 
nificance of the Berkeley revolution; with 
a faculty defense of the student position. 
J. Petras. Phi Delta Kappan 46:343-6 Mr 
•65 

College of agriculture at Davis 
Agricultural student. O. E. Thompson and 
S. F. Gordon. J Sec Ed 40:171-6 Ap '65 

Irvine campus 
California's ninth campus; urban extension. 
Times Ed Sup 2587:1127 D 18 '64 

Los Angeles campus 
Selection procedures for gifted and honors 
programs at UCLA. L. Langland. Sup Stud 
7:29-33 Mr '65 

Neuropsychiatric instittite school 
Hierarchy of educational tasks for children 
with learning disorders. F. M. Hewett. bib- 
liog il Excep Child 31:207-14 D '64 
CALIFORNIA, University of southern. See 

Southern California. University 
CALIFORNIA youth conservation and training 

program. See Youth — Employment 
CALISTHENICS. See Gymnastics 
CALISTO y Melibea, Tragicomedia de. See 

Celestina (dramatic novel) 
CALLAHAN, Raymond E. 

Cult of efficiency in school administration; 
review of Education and the cult of ef- 
ficiency: a study of the social forces that 
have shaped the administration of the pub- 
lic schools. L. P. Jorgenson. Sch R 72:230-5 
Sum '64 
CALORIES, Food. See Food values 
CALORIMETERS and calorimetry 
Calorimeter and its influence on the develop- 
ment of chemistry. G. T. Armstrong. 11 
diags J Chem Ed 41:297-307 Je '64 
Thermochemical investigations for a first- 
year college chemistry course. H. A. Neidig 
and others, bibliog J Chem Ed 42:26-31 
Ja '65 
CAMAS, Washington 

Lacamas Heights school 
Lacamas Heights elementary school, il plans 
Am Sch Bd J 149:17-20 Jl '64 
CAMBODIA 
See also 
Education — Cambodia 
Industrial arts education — Cambodia 

Commerce 

Highlighting: Cambodia's three sea outlets. 
T. F. Barton, maps J Geog 63:380-1 N '64 
CAMBODIAN students in the United States 

Joint venture in a foreign student program; 
Cambodian participant training program 
for National school of arts and crafts. L. 
Torres, il J Ind Arts Ed 23:29+ My '64 
CAMBRIDGE. University, England 

January to December; radical Cambridge 
plan. Times Ed Sup 2555:1270 My 8 '64 

Permanent vice-chancellor; Cambridge ad- 
vice to Oxford. Times Ed Sup 2586:1089 
D 11 '64 

Rise and fall of the Oxbridge blue, il Times 
Ed Sup 2582:867 N 13 '64 

Churchill college 
Through the looking-glass; life at ChurchiU. 
Times Ed Sup 2560:1637 Je 12 "64 
Institute of education 
Spacious and functional; new building for the 
Cambridge institute of education, il Times 
Ed Sup 2589:18 Ja 1 '65 
CAMDEN, New York 

Public schools 
Camden case. J. E. Glenn. N Y State Ed 
52:14-15 N '64 
CAMEROON 
See also 
Education — Cameroon 
CAMP schools 
French at camp. E. Pillet and R. Pillet. El 

Sch J 65:247-52 P '65 
University and the decaying American city. 
E. Cox. Ed Rec 45:395-400 Fall ^64 
CAMPAIGN speeches. See Speeches, addresses, 

etc. 
CAMPAIGNS, Money raising. See Money rais- 
ing campaigns 



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95 



CAMPBELL, Georqe 
Philosophical origrins of George CampbeU's 
Philosophy of rhetoric. V. M. Bevilacqua. 
Speech Mon 32:1-12 Mr '65 
CAMPING 
Fun on the high hills. 11 Times Ed Sup 2573: 
349 S 11 '64 

Arts and crafts 
Graphics: experiment and discovery. B. 
Kirsh. il Sch Arts 64:10-12 Ja '65 

Educational aspects 
Both sides of the issue; state F.F.A. camps. 

W. E. Gore; T. L. Faulkner. Ag Ed Mag 

37:46-7+ Ag '64 
Canoe camping for college credit. S. R. 

Anderson, il Minn J Ed 44:14 My '64 
Holidays with a purpose; growing trend In 

American summer camps, il Times Ed Sup 

2569:218-19 Ag 14 '64 

Recreation activities 
Sports-fitness camping; Pierce County sports- 
fitness camp, Spanaway Park. J. M. John- 
son and B. J. O' Donahue, il J Health Phys 
Ed Rec 35:29-30 My '64 

Relialous life and activities 
Family camping with a purpose. R. Bugg. 
U Int J KeliK Ed 41:12-13 Ap '65 

Value 
Both sides of the issue; state F.F.A. camps. 

W. E. Gore; T. L,. Faulkner. Ag Ed Mag 

37:46-74- Ag '64 
College orientation via Freshman camp. L.. J. 

Sehy and H. A. Estrin. Improving Col Univ 

Teach 12:214-15 Autunm '64 
I can lick every person in this camp! M. B. 

Crock, il J\K\ J 53:52-3 N '64 

Europe 
Camping through Europe. 11 J Health Phys 
Ed Rec 35:16-17 Aly '64 

Great Britain 
For those who travel light; mobile camping. 

11 Times Ed Sup 2558:1499 My 29 '64 
Girls defy the bleak hills. 11 Times Ed Sup 

2590:46 Ja 8 '65 
Practice for preachers. D. W. Hills and M. 
Murray, il "i'lmea Ed Sup 2596:513 F 19 '65 
CAMPING for the handicapped 

Pilot holiday camp; mentally handlcai>!'- J 

children. Times Ed Sup 2571:278 Ag 2S > 1 
Summer camps fur deaf and hard of hcii:.'.. 
children. Am Ann Deaf 110:167-76 Ja oo 
CAMPS 
Family camping with a purpose. R. Bugg. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:12-13 Ap ^^05 
Holidays with a purpo.se; growing trend In 
American summer cuiiips. II Times Ed Sup 
2509:218-19 Ag 14 '64 
I can lick every person in this camp! M. B. 
Crock. II NE^V J 63:52-3 N '64 
See also 
Camp schools 
Camping 
Music camps 

Craft programs 
See Camping — Arts and crafts 

Directories 
Summer camps for d«if and hard of hearing 
children. Am Ann Deaf 110:167-76 Ja '65 

France 
Colony holidays; colonie de vacances. 11 Times 
Ed Sup 2553:1068 Ap 24 '64 

Great Britain 
Colony holidays; colonie do vacances. il Times 
Ed Sup 2553:1068 Ap 24 '64 

Michigan 
ME A camp: year of decision, il Mich Ed J 
42:23 Mr '65 

South Carolina 
State F.F.A. camp develops better boys. 
W. E. Gore. Ag Ed Mag 37:46+ Ag '64 

Washington (state) 
Sports-fitness camping; Pierce County sports- 

fltness camp. Spanuway I'urk. J. M. Jolui- 

.•'on and 15. J. O'Donahue. II J Health 

Phys Ed Hec 35:29-30 My '64 
CAMPUS culture 
Academic rank revisited. V. L. Hendrlx. 

blbllog II Jun Col J 35:24-8 F '65 
Faculty culture and academic careers: some 

sources of innovation in higher education. 

J. Gusfleld and D. Riesman. Sociol of Ed 

37:281-306 Sum '64 



Honors and the„ campus climate: notes on 
rfs-^'^'o X^''T4 ^^^^ ^- ^ HeUer. Sup Stud 

Productivity in the ivory tower. J. R. Dun- 
nmg. Sci Ed 49:214-19 Ap "65 

Research 
Analyzing the psychological climate of a 
smsle college: Emory university. S. C. 

CAMPUS schools. See Laboratory schools 
CAMUS, Albert 
Cajnus dans la Resistance. J. Hardr4. French 

K .'<:b4b-oO My 64 
La pen6se du h6ros de L'etranger. G. H 

Storzer French R 37:512-53 Ap '64 
Relationship of judge and priest in La peate. 
E. Zanis. PYench R C7:419-25 F "64 
CANADA 

See also 
French language in Canada 

also .subhead Canada imder the following 
subjects 
Administration of schools 
Adult education 
Arts and crafts 
Curriculum 

Deaf— Schools and Institutions 
r>ducation 

Educational laws and legislation 
} . I ,..,,tnr-y educaiion 



' work 

II'-ia;di->' 

Hik'her education 

In! IS of North America — Education 

en 

cs — Teaching 

service 
K > Hi e<iucation 
!;• • irch. Educational 

' •'"'■'"'- programs 



itlon 



ication 



Description and travel 
Along the Tran.s-Canada highway M F 
Owen, il Instr 74:56-7 Ap '65 

History 

Teacher across the hall. F. R. Brartscombe. 
Instr 74:5+ Ap '66 

Religious Institutions and affairs 
899 alto 
United church of Canada 

Study and teaching 
Canada: Instructor special: a salute to Can- 
ada. 11 Instr 74:53-r.4 Ap '65 
CANADA and the United States 
Teacher ncros.s the hall. F. R. Branscombe. 
In.str 74:5+ Ap '65 
CANADIAN association for health, physical 
education and recreation. Incorporated 
Canadian a.s.sociatlon for health, physical 
education and recreation. inc. M L. 
Howell, map J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:24-6 
Ap '65 
CANADIAN bandmasters association 
Pro>'res3 report. F. C. Moogk. Sch Musician 
3o:15 Je 64 
CANADIAN broadcasting corporation 
Alexander Graliam Bell award. Volta R 67' 
271 Ap '65 

CANADIAN council of churches 

Department of Christian education 
See also 
Canadian girls In training 
CANADIAN education association 
Canada: report on developments In educa- 
tion. 1963-64. Can Ed Res Digest 4:77-101 
Je '64 

CANADIAN folk songs. See Folk songs. Ca- 

iiadiati 

CANADIAN FRENCH. See French language 

in Canada 
CANADIAN girls In training 
50th OLnniyersary for Canadian girls. V. M, 

Dunn. U Int J Rellg Ed 41:10-11 Ja '65 



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CANAJOHARIE, New York 

Central school 

Canajoharie experiment: collegre-level course 
dealing with the United States and Latin 
America. S. J. Ellison. H Points 47:15-27 
P "65 
CANCER 

American cancer society school education 
program. W. G. James. J Sch Health 34:466- 
9 D 64 

Experimental evaluation of two methods in a 
cancer teaching program for fourth-year 
dental students. J. R. Baden and B. Baden, 
bibliog J Exp Ed 33:1-21 Fall '64 

Field experiment on fear arousal with data 
on the validity of questionnaire measures. 
H. Leventhal and P. Niles. bibliog J Per- 
sonal 32:459-79 S '64 

How a teen-age Cancer club operates. M. M. 
Brenner. J Sch Health 35:73-4 F '65 

Causes 
Potential biohazards in cancer research. J. F. 
Kieley and W. R. Bryan. Sci Teach 32:31-f 
F '65 
Role of viruses in cancer. P. G. Stansly. 
Sch Sci & Math 65:205-10 Mr '65 
CANCER research 
Potential biohazards in cancer research. J. F. 
Kieley and W. R. Bryan. Sci Teach 32:31-1- 
F '65 
CANCER virus. See Cancer — Causes 
CANDLE holders. See Candlesticks 
CANDLESTICKS 
Candle holder. H. R. Schramm, il diags Sch 

Shop 23:16 Je '64 
Candle night sticks. D. H. Mankamyer. il 

diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:48 My '65 
Modern candle holders. K. E. Kieffer. il diags 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:29 D '64 
Seventh-grade project. C. W. Bohr, il diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:40-1 S '64 
CANDY 

Relating nutrition and science. M. Kleinert. 
Instr 74:36 My '65 
CANNING and preserving 
Do homemakers still can foods? G. Bristol 
and others. J Home Econ 57:211-12 Mr '65 
CANOES and canoeing 
Canoe camping for college credit. S. R. 

Anderson, il Minn J Ed 44:14 My '64 
In the grip of white water, il Times Ed Sup 
2555:1256 My 8 '64 
CANTERBURY college, Danville, Indiana. See 

Colleges and universities — History 
CANTON, Ohio 

Timken vocational high school 
Ohio school teaches new technology In 
metal working, il Am Voc J 40:35-6 Ap '65 
CANTONESE dialect. See Chinese language- 
Dialects 
CANYONS 
Interior erosion of desert mountains. R. L. 
Ives, il J Geog 64:3-14 Ja '65 
CAORLE European prize for childrens literature 
Caorle reenters history; European children's 
literature award, il Times Ed Sup 2576:515 
O 2 '64 
CAPACITY. See Ability 
CAPITAL 
Farmer's sons. L. Senesh. il Instr 74:40-1-1- 
Ja '65 
CAPITALIZATION. See English language- 
Capitalization 
CAPPONI, Gino 
Malor Catholic-liberal educational philoso- 
phers of the Italian risorghnento. A. 
Scarangello. Hist Ed Q 4:242-7 D '64 
CAR pools. See Automobile pools 
CARBON 

Elementary one-upmanship: H or C? H. 

Goldwhite. J Chem Ed 41:626 N '64 
Textbook errors; evidence for the configura- 
tion on carbon 1 of D-glucose. J. P. Sickels 
and H. P. Schultz. J Chem Ed 41:343-5 Je 
•64 
CARBON dioxide 
Hydration of carbon dioxide; a double clock 
experiment. P. Jones and others. J Chem 
Ed 41:610-12 N '64 
CARBON dioxide metabolism. See Metabolism 
CARBORANE. See Boron hydrides 
CARBURETORS 

Transparent working carburetor. R. H. 
Wilkinson, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:46 
Ap '65 

GARDEN program. See Reading — Teaching 
methods 



CARDIAC diseases. See Heart — Diseases 
CARDINAL points. See Compass 
CARDIOVASCULAR tests. See Physical fitness 

CARDOZO Peace corps project in urban teach- 
ing. See United States — Peace corps 
CAREER conferences. See Vocational guidance 
CAREER day 
Career counseling program requires thought- 
ful planning: information attuned to stu- 
dent interests. M. E. Dwyer. Chicago Sch J 
46:206-10 F '65 
Career days do help; American high school 
in Paris. M. Gansberg. Clearing House 
38:559-61 My '64 
Career night in a parish. E. V. Clarke. Cath 
Sch J 65:50-2 Ap '65 
CAREER guidance center, Los Angeles County 
Third annual Los Angeles career guidance 
center serves 45,000 visitors. I. M. Wilstach. 
il Calif Ed 1:3-4-1- Je '64 
CAREER nights. See Career day 
CAREERS. See Occupations 

CAREERS work. See Vocational guidance — 
Great Britain; Vocational guidance — Scot- 
land 
CARIBBEAN cookery. See Cookery. West In- 
dian 
CARICATURES and cartoons 

Cartoons. See issues of Instructor Septem- 
ber 1964- 
Cartoons, wry and wiry. R. D. Martin, il 

Arts & Activities 55:8-9 Je '64 
First steps in animation. G. J. Moody, il 

Instr 74:127 S '64 
Jargon hunt; cartoons. P. Hahn and P. 

Coker, jr. NEA J 53:32-3 O "64 
On the lighter side of music. See issues of 

School musician 
Patrol boy; cartoons. Safety Ed 44:20-1 S '64 

See also 
Humor 

Moving picture cartoons 
CARILLONS 
Bells of peace. J. Klein, il Mus J 22:44-1- S 
'64 
CARLE PLACE, New York 
How to make parents responsible for disci- 
pline. J. H. Moehle. il Sch Mgt 8:79-81 S 
■64 
CARLSBAD. New Mexico 

Public schools 

New municipal schools warehouse serves 

Carlsbad, New Mexico, district. E. C. 

DeMuth. il plan Am Sch Bd J 150:15-16 

Ap '65 

CARLSON analytical originality scale. See 

Rating scales 
CARIVIEL, California 

High school 
Carmel high school seeks answers to ques- 
tions about business data processing course, 
il Calif Ed 1:15 Ap '64 
CARMICHAEL, W. R. 
We've got a job to do. T. Stevens. 11 pors 
Tex Outl 48:20-14- D '64 
CARMICHAEL, California 

San Juan unified school district 
New approach to school business manage- 
ment study. F. J. Kiesel. Am Sch Bd J 
150:9-10 Ap '65 
CARMINA burana (cantata) See Television 

broad cas t i n g — Programs 
CARNEGIE institute of technology, Pittsburgh 
Carnegie institute of technology; a social 
studies curriculum for able students. B. 
Fenton and J. M. Good. Social Ed 29:216-18 
Ap '65 

Margaret Morrison Carnegie college 
Need for new counseling programs at wom- 
en's colleges. B. J. Lloyd. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:190-3 Sum '64 
CARNEGIE study of Catholic education. See 

Catholic schools — Research 
CARNEGIE unit. See Credits and credit sys- 
tems 
CARNOT cycle 

Carnot cycle and Maxwell's relations. L. K. 
Nash. J Chem Ed 41:368-72 Jl '64 
CAROLS. Christmas. See Christmas carols 
CARPENTIER. Alejo 
Juan and Si.syphus in Carpentier's El 
cnmino de Snntiano. R. Verzasconi. His- 
pania 48:70-5 Mr '65 
CARPENTRY 

Teaching 
Carpentry in the nursery school. C Riley. 
Young Children 20:25-7 O '64 



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97 



CARPETS. See Rugs and carpets 
CARRELS 
From carrels to carrels in half a milleniura. 
S. M. Klam. il Phi JJelta Kappan 46:1-2 S 
■04 
Improvised carrels: a big help. E. C. Epstein. 
il Instr 74:21+ F '65 
CARRIERS of infection 
Nasal carriers of pathogenic staphylococci. 
IJ. K. Gillespie Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:321-2 O '64 
CARROLL, John B. 
Phonetic-linguistic view of the reading con- 
troversy; some major resources in lin- 
guistics are J. B. Carroll. The study of 
language and R. W. Brown. Words and 
things. A. J. Bronstein and E. M. Bron- 
stein. Speech Mon 32:30-2 Mr '65 
CARROLL. Lewis, pseud. See Dodgson, C. L. 
CARTER. James Gordon 
James G. Carter's liabilities as a common 
school reformer. J. C. Messerll. bibliog Hist 
Ed Q 5:14-25 Mr '65 
CARTOGRAPHY 

Redi-scovering the earth. G. F. White, il map 
Am Ed 1:8-11 F '65 
See also 
Maps 
CARTOONS. See Caricatures and cartoons; 
Moving picture cartoons 

CARTS 

Outboard motor stand. W. Dunbar, il diags 
Sch Shop 24:43 O '64 

Slock-cart tool wagon. Lf. Duenk and M. 
Hahn. 11 diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 54:80 
Mr '65 
CARVING (wood) See Wood carving 
CARY, Joyce 

Freedom In The horse'.s mouth. R. H. Adams. 
Col Engl 26:451-44- Mr '65 
CASE method 

Adult education experiment In Japanese PTA. 
S. Sato and others. Adult Lead 13:14-164- 
My '64 

Arbitration case simulation: a tmiverslty 
classroom experience. R. L. Hllgert. J 
Bsns Ed 40:l67-8 Ja '65 

Bookkeeping and accounting for all ofTlce 
workers: a new approach. J. Blnnion. Bal 
Sheet 46:292-5-1- Mr '65 

Case method and the small college. C. N. 
Weaver. J Bsns Ed 40:237-8 Mr '65 

Casebook approach as a method of teaching. 
E. T. Keach. Jr. H Sch J 4S:20.S-12 n '64 

Making frei-dom real. J. A. Fadcm. bIblloK 
CTA J 61:2:<-8 Ja 'fir. 

Practical politics: case study films for discus- 
sion. W. Holmes. Av Instr 9:676-8 D "64 

Use of ca.'<e hl.storios In .«<rliMiro teaching. 
L. E. Klopfcr. Sch .Scl & Math 64:66o-6 
N '64 

Verdict: a pilot .studv of Supreme court deci- 
sions. E. W. Llchtenberger. 11 NEA J 54: 
48-50 Mr '65 
CASE studies 

Methodology of educational research In sci- 
ence and mathematics; experimental stud- 
ies. M. Belanger. R Ed Rea 34:384-5 Je '64 
See also 

AphiuMla — ('."ISO studios 

Child welfare — Case studies 

Deafnes.s — Case studies 

Juvenile delinquency — Case studies 

Mentally handicapped children — Case studies 

Mongolism — Ca.no studies 

Protileni chil'licii — (':uso studies 

P.sj'chotherapy — Cosko studios 
CASE work, Social. See Social case work 
CASONA, Alejandro, pseud. See Rodriguez 
Alvarez. A. 

CASS. Lewis 

Lewis Cass: rhotoriral prnctlccs and failures. 

W. W. Stevens. Speech Mon 32:49-58 Mr 

'("..'"> 
CASTILIAN SPANISH. See Spanish language 
CASTING. See Foundry practice 
CASTING. Centrifugal. See Metal work 
CASTING, Metal. See Metal casting 
CASTING. Plastics. See Plastics— Molding 
CASTING. Precision. See Lost wax process 
CASTRATION 

Empirical Investigation of the castration 

complex In dreams. C. Hall and R. L. 

Van de Castle, bibliog J Personal 33:20-9 

Mr '65 
CATALOGING 

Cataloging by the bootstrap method: Delphi. 

Ind. public library. E. C. Biddle; discussion. 

ALA Bui 5S:2.'">.''>. 261. 4:?l-2 Ap. Je '64 
Commercial cataloging services. B. Westby. 

Wilson Lib Bui 39:560-14- Mr '65 



Fringe benefit in Egj'pt; cataloging and 
classification for Assiut university libraries. 
M. S. Rinehart. il Wilson Lib Bui 39:52-5 S 
•C4 
See also 
Audio- visual aids — Cataloging 
CATALOGS, College 
Catalogue in motley. M. Gillett and M. 

Kehoe. Col & Univ 40:5-10 Fall '64 
Loni^ and the sJipri of it: satire. A. E. Grade. 
Liberal Ed 50:499-500 D '64 
CATALOGS, Library 
Automatic preparation of book catalogs. J. 

Becker. ALA Bui 58:714-18 S '64 
Machine-readable catalog copy discussed. 
ALA Bui 59:188 Mr '65 
CATALYSIS 
Continuous process for catalytic o.xidatlon of 
anmionia. M. P. Olmsted, diag J Chem Ed 
41:A973 D '64 
Recent advances in the base-catalyzed re- 
actions of sulfur compounds. T. J. Wallace, 
bibliog J Chem Ed 41:542-9 O '64 
CATARACT. See Eye — Diseases and defects 

CATECHETICS 

Bible and education In Germany; review of 
Die biblische oesvhicHte i»i unteiTicht, 
katechetische heitmup. by M. .'^tallmann. 
J. D. Smart. Rellg Ed 66:131-5 Mr '65 
High scnooi students can be catechists. 
Sister Mary Danita, Cath Sch J 64:63-4 S 
•64 
Religious Instruction for the mentally re- 
tarded. B. J. Butcher, il Cath Sch J 64:19- 
21 Je '64 
Report. National Catholic educational associa- 
tion. Committee on articulation: religion, 
bibliog Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:25-30 F 
•65 
CATECHISMS 
Sec also 
<~".itci-hot ii-.s 
CATEGORIES 
Effects of attitudes and concepts on catcgorl- 
zjition. S. I. I'orloe. bibliog J Personal 32: 
219-69 Je '64 
Individual Judgment consistencies In condi- 
tions nf rt-k taking. H. Tajfel. J Personal 

:i2::r i 

Nontf in of TV program categorle.x. 

W. 1 : and others. Av Comm R 12: 

146-1... .-u.u ui 
CATERING 
Ho.<<ts of the nation: hotel and catering 
cour.sos. II Times Ed Sup 2581:808-9 N 6 '64 
GATHER. Wills Sibert 

.Mu.^ic In The professor's house. R. Glannone. 
Col Engl 26:464-9 Mr '65 
CATHOLIC audio-visual educators association 
Catholic educators Ignore nudiovi.mial tools 
to spread me.s.^.-xge of Christ. M. F. Mullen. 
Cath Sch J 64:40 My '64 
CATHOLIC authors 

Catholic miartet. J. Jacobsen. Christian 
Scholar 47:l.'?9-54 Sum '64 
CATHOLIC book week 

Catholic book week. February 21-27. 1965. 
11 Cath Sch J 65:23 Ja '65 

Projects 
Adventures In bookland. Sister Mary An- 
gelica, il Cath Sch J 64:48-50 O '64 
CATHOLIC business educators association 
Catholic business educators meet: 19th an- 
nual convention. Sister Martin Marie. Cath 

Sch J 64:44 Je 64 
Twentieth annual convention. New York, 

April 20-21. 1965; program. Bal Sheet 46: 

.'?62-.'l Ap '65 
CATHOLIC church 
Church groups and federal aid to education. 

19;!3-19:0. A. A. Clegg. Jr. Hist Ed Q 4: 

1.-57-54 S '64 
Helping Catholic college students bring 

Christ to non-Catholics. T. F. Gavin. Cath 

Ed R 62:315-18 My '64 
I am Joseph, your brother: with reply by A- 

Gilbert. K. Hargrove. Rellg Ed 59:480-9 N 

'64 
Theological aspects of work. J. F. Moynlhan. 

Voc Giiid Q 13:83-5 Wlnt "64/65 
See al»o 
Encyclicals 

Jesus Christ — Mystical body 
Hosnry 
Sacraments 

Clergy 
Contribution the behavioral sciences can 

make in seminary training. A. M. Greeley. 

Nat Cath Kd Assn Bui ^1:47-53 Ag '64 
Cultural formation of the future priest. R. C. 

Wolff. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:68-78 Ag 

•64 



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CATHOLIC church— Clergy — Continued . ^ 

Intellectual formation of the future priest. 

W. J. Burghardt. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 

61:58-68 Ag '64 ^ ... . ^ .^ 

Personality assessment of candidates for the 

priesthood and the religious life. W. J. 

Coville. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:396-409 

Ag '64 
See also 
Spiritual directors 

Discipline 

See also 
Obedience (Canon law) 

Doctrine 

Little ones in Christ. Sister Andrea. Cath 
Sch J 64:60 S '64 

Education 

Bishops affirm the necessity, of. Catholic 
schools. C. B. Elwell; J. Mussio; L.. J. 
Shehan. Cath Sch J 64:5 My 'G4 . , t 

Catholic education and national needs. J. J. 
Dougherty. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:23-8 
Ag '64 

Catholic teacher education and social leader- 
ship W. Ferree. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
61:190-8 Ag '64 . ^ , ,. . 

Challenge of the future in Catholic education. 
C. P. Donovan. Cath Ed R 62:73-80 F "64 

Federal aid, 1964. W. B. Ball. Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Bui 61:228-32 Ag '64 „,,,., 

How can we help each other? L. M. Liunz. 
Cath Sch J 64:5 Je '64^ ,. . .. n, *i. 

Human purpose of Catholic education. Cath 
Sch J 64:17 Je '64 .,,.., ^x,. , 

Nature and improvement of students' think- 
ing. W. B. Kolesnik. Cath Ed R 62:231-40 
Ap '64 

Pressures and priorities. W, H. Conley. Cath 
Sch J 65:4 My '65 

Report of the proceedings and addresses, 
sixty-first annual convention, Atlantic City, 
March 31-April 3, 1964; Catholic education 
and national needs. National Catholic edu- 
cational association. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
61:1-428 Ag :64 

Sermon: pontifical dialogue low mass. .^C. J. 
Damiano. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:21-2 
Ag '64 

Spirit of Christian renewal. P. Harris. Cath 
Sch J 65:31-3 Ja '65 , , . 

Yes, parochial schools are the answer! review 
of Are parochial schools the answer? by 
M. P. Ryan. J. A. Driscoll; Sister Rose 
Matthew; A. M. Greeley; D. B. Regan. 
Cath Sch J 64:23-8 My '64 
See also 

Catholic colleges 

Catholic schools 

Inter-American Catholic educational congress 

National Catholic educational association 

Religious education. Catholic 

History 
See Church history 

Liturgy and ritual 
See also 
M!ass 
Stations of the Cross 

Teaching 
Liturgy in the parish school. J. J. Hugo. U 
Cath Sch J 64:11-13 D '64 

Music 
See Church music 

Societies 
Mission of the Theresians. Mrs C. H. Lovette. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:411-15 Ag '64 
See also 
Newman clubs 
CATHOLIC church and race problems. See 

Church and race problems 
CATHOLIC church and social problems. See 

Church and social problems 
CATHOLIC church in France 
See also 
Jansenists 
CATHOLIC colleges 
Case for the junior college. V. P. Casey. 11 

Cath Sch J 65:19-22 My '65 
Catholic education and the nature of the uni- 
versity. L. B. Mayhew. Liberal Ed 50:476-80 
D '64 
Catholic education for the space age. R. B. 

Nordberg. Cath Ed R 62:154-7 Mr '64 
More community colleges needed. W. H. Con- 
ley. Cath Sch J 64:4 Je '64 
Realization of the purposes of Catholic edu- 
cation on the Catholic campus. A. F. Hor- 
rlgan. Nat Cath Ed Assn BtU 61:143-8 Ag 
•61 



Responsibility of American Catholic higher 
education in meeting national needs. P. C. 
Reinert. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:134-42 
Ag "64 
See also 

Boston college 

Catholic university of America 

Dominican college of San Rafael 

Georgetown university 

Gonzaga university 

Le Moyne college 

Loyola university of Los Angeles 

Mar>iTiount college 

Marywood college 

Mercy college 

Mount Mary college 

Notre Dame. University 

Regis college 

San Francisco. University 

Steubenville. College 

Administration 
Religious obedience and shared decision- 
making in Catholic higher education. R. O. 
Poorman. Cath Ed R 62:384-94 iS '64 

Faculty participation 
Faculty participation in the government of 
Catholic colleges and universities. G. Hin- 
richs. AAUP Bui 50:336-42 D '64 

Aims and objectives 
. See Higher education — ^Aims and objec- 

Entrance requirements 
College entrance policies. R. M. Keefe. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:121-6 Ag '64 

Faculties 

Contributed services and salaried faculty in 
188 Catholic colleges, 1963-64. L. A. D'Amico 
and E. V. HoUis. Higher Ed 20:8-11 My '64 

Faculties of Roman Catholic colleges, 1948- 
62. J. A. Mills. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
61:13-17 N '64 

Has the Catholic intellectual a future in 
America? J. W. Evans. Sociol of Ed 38: 
150-63 Wint '65 

Religious obedience and shared decision- 
making in Catholic higher education. R. O. 
Poorman. Cath Ed R 62:384-94 S '64 

Finance 
Catholic colleges and the Academic facilities 

bill of 1963. R. F. Drinan. Nat Cath Ed 

Assn Bui 61:155-62 Ag '64 
Irnpact: federal government programs on 

Catholic graduate schools. J. J. Marchettl. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:182-4 Ag '64 

Personnel service 
See Personnel service — Catholic schools 
and colleges 

Summer schools 
See Summer schools — Catholic schools and 
colleges 

Europe 
Roman Catholics in freedom. Times Ed Sup 
2574:390 S 18 '64 

Japan 
See also 
Sophia university 
CATHOLIC education week 

Play, pageants, etc. 
Tell me, America; for Catholic education 
week. Sister Jean Marie. Cath Sch J 64:42-3 
O '64 
CATHOLIC educational association. See Na- 
tional Catholic educational association 
CATHOLIC educators. See Educators 
CATHOLIC intellectuals. See Intellectuals 
CATHOLIC Junior colleges. See Junior colleges 
CATHOLIC laymen. See Laity 
CATHOLIC learning and scholarship 
Has the Catholic intellectual a future In 
America? J. W. Evans. Sociol of Ed 38: 
150-63 Wint '65 
CATHOLIC schools 
Bishops afflrm the necessity of Catholic 
schools. C. B. Elwell; J. Mussio; L. J. 
Shehan. Cath Sch J 64:5 My '64 
Catholic education for the space age. R. B. 

Nordberg. Cath Ed R 62:154-7 Mr '64 
Challenge to Catholic high school in the 
vigorous sixties. W. J. Wood. Cath Ed R 
62:183-7 Mr '64 
Dynamics of Catholic education. W. H. Con- 
ley. Cath Sch J 64:4 My '64 
Effects of Catholic education. W. H. Conley. 

Cath Sch J 64:4 D '64 
Experiment in educational sharing. E. 
Wakin. Relig Ed 60:43-8 Ja '65 



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99 



CATHOLIC achools — Continued 
How Catholic schools look to parents: what 

the public should know. Mrs C. J. O'Neil. 

Nat Caih Ed Assn iiul 61:233-40 Ag '64; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 30:16-19 N '64 
Layman and the schools. J. W. McDevltt. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:29-36 Ag '64 
Parochial schools intluence religious behavior. 

A. M. Greeley. Cath Sch J 64:14+ N '64 
Perspective on Catholic education: what the 

public sees and hears. C A. Koob. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:241-4 Ag '64 

Positive view of Catholic secondary educa- 
tion in the light of today's crisis. T. P. 
Duffy. Nat Cath Ed Aasn Bui 61:253-60 
Ag '64 

Pressures and priorities. W. H. Conley. Cath 
Sch J 65:4 My '65 

Private education: facts and fiction. Sister 
Mary Herbert. Cath Sch J 65:23-5 Ja '65 

Yes, parochial schools are the answer! re- 
view of Are parochial schools the answer? 
by M. P. Ryan. J. A. Driscoll; Sister Rose 
Matthew; A. M. Greeley; D. B. Regan. 
Cath Sch J 64:23-8 My '64 
See also 

Teachers — Catholic schools 

Administration 
Centralization of adminl.'^tration In diocesan 

school systems. D. E. Walls. Cath Ed R 

62:455-68 O '64 
Efficient school management demands data 

processing. R. A. Kaimann and L. V. Ryan. 

Cath Sch J 64:91-4 S: 80-2 N '64: 65:56-8 

Ja; 73-5 Mr; 63-6 My '65 
On departmentalization: what grades? Cath 

Sch J 6o:88-f- F '65 
Principal Interviews his staff. H. Ringkamp. 

Cath Sch J 65:22-3 My '65 
Programs of action. VV. H. Conley. Cath 

Sch J 64:4 S '64 
School board for St Teresa's. Sister Mary 

Benedict, il Cath Sch J 64:79 N '64 
Second thoughts on discipline. SlBter Mary 

Jean. Cath Sch J 66:27 Mr '65 

Curriculum 

Integrated curriculum. Sister Mary Dominic. 
Cath Sch J 64:97-9 S '64 

L<et's be realistic: don't push problem chil- 
dren into the public schools! Sister Mary 
Julian. Cath Sch J 64:18-19 Jo '64 

Federal aid 
Federal aid for parochial and private Bchoolc. 

W. S. Vincent. Sch Ac Soc 92:355-7 N 28 'ei 
Federal aid, 1964. W. B. Ball. Nat Culh Ed 

Assn Hul 61:22,S-:i2 Ag '04 
Federal pilot program aids parochials. Am 

Teach Mag 49:15 F '65 
Johnsonian coiiiproinl.se could wreck public 

schools. S. M. Elain. i'hi Delta Kappan 46: 

249 F '65 
Shared time: hope or chaos for the schools? 

B. P^lynn. Ill Ed 53:125-8 N '64 

Finance 
Centralization of administration In diocesan 

school systems. D. E. Walls. Cath Ed R 

62:455-68 O '64 
Child benefit theory. Q. R. La Noue. TIP 4: 

18-22 F '65 
DIoce.san foundation plan. L. V. Ryan. Cath 

Sch J 64:76-8 My '64 
Bee also 
Catholic schools — Federal aid 

History 
Blessed John N. Neumann establl.shed a 
Catholic educational system In Philadelphia. 
Cath Sch J 64:104 S '64 

Research 

Preview report of the Study of Catholic 
education. R. A. Neuwlon. Nat Cath Ed 
A.ssn Bui 61:1-12 N '64 

Utilization of community services by Catholic 
secondary schools. Sister Jerome, Cath 
Ed R 63:7-13 Ja '65 

What are the facts? a progress report on 
the Study of Catholic education. R. A. 
Neuweln. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:318-24 
Ag '64 

What's new in .significant research and ex- 
perimentation in Catholic elementary edu- 
cation? Sister Mary Kichardine. bibliog Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:;525-36 Ag '64 

Summer schools 
See Summer schools — Catholic achools and 
colleges 

Supervision 
Supervisor remarks. See issues of Catholic 
school Journal 



Teaching 
Catholic primary education. B. J. Snell. Cath 

Sch J 64:39-40 O '64 
Helping retarded and accelerated students. 

Sister Mary Josetta. il Cath Sch J 64:28-30 

N '64 
I teach and love adolescents. Sister Ann 

Joachim. Cath Sch J 64:41-2 Je '64 

Textbooks 
Ethnocentrlsm in public and parochial school 
American history textbooks. L. J. Alilunas. 
Relig Ed 60:83-9 Mr '65 

Great Britain 
Obstacles to comprehension; dilemma of the 

voluntarj- schools. G. A. Beck. Times Ed 

Sup 2555:1250 My 8 '64 
Shortage of R.C. places. Times Ed Sup 2552: 

989 Ap 17 '64 

Iowa 
Blueprint for centralized high schools. J. A. 

Driscoll. il plan Cath Sch J 65:29-32 Ap 

'65 
CATHOLIC students 
Challenge to Catholic high schools In the 

vigorous sLxties. W. J. Wood. Cath Ed R 

62:183-7 Mr '64 
Characteristics of the Christlike teen-ager. 

T. E. Chambers. Cath Sch J 64:61 S '64 
Cultural contribution of the Newman apos- 

tolate to secular higher education. R. E. 

Butler. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:148-55 

Ag '64 
Helping Catholic college students bring Christ 

to non-Catholics. T. F. Gavin. Cath Ed R 

62:315-18 My '64 
High school ."Students can be catechlsts. Sister 

Mary Danita. Cath Sch J 64:63-4 S '64 
Moral, religious, and spiritual formation of 

students; a national need. J. F. Murphy; 

Sister Mary John. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 

61:102-5 Ag '64 
Nature and Improvement of students' think- 
ing. W. B. Kolesnlk. Cath Ed R 62:231-40 

Ap '64 
CATHOLIC university of America. Washington, 

D.C. 
Catholic university research abstracts. See 

i.-<siie.s of Catholic educational review 
CATHOLICISM. See Catholic church 
CATHOLICS in the United States 

Has the Catholic intellectual a future In 

Aiiitrioa? J. W. Evans. Sociol of Ed 38: 

l:M'-(;3 wint '65 
CATIONS 
cuion-.sen.Hltlve glaiw electrode.^. G. A. Rech- 
lit/., J Chem Ed 41:385-6 Ji '64 



Homoiyti" 
reactior 

f:anlc < 
log J 
CATS 



■"tropic, and anlonotroplc 
lianl.-^tic approach to or- 
H. K. HoogonlKX>m. blb- 

I 41:639-44 D '64 



Cat I<>am.s how hard It Is for a cat to be 
kittonl.fh: story. M. F. BartletL II Orade 
Teach 82:60-2 My '65 ^ t « «•« 

CATTELL, Raymond Bernard 
t'oriiiiarison of tho foiicepfs of Caftell and 
Kysonrk. C. J. Adcock. bibliog Brit J Ed 
I'.w.-liol 3r.:'JO-7 K 'w:, 
CATTELL culture fair intelligence test 

Catfoll ciilturo-free te.st as tried on Iraqi 
studf'nt.s. A. J. Alzobaie. J Ed Res 67: 
47n-9 My "64 
CATTLE 

Breeds 
Background of major changes In the beef 
lndu.<«try. C. W. Johnson. 11 map J Qeog 

CATTLE, Beef 
Background of major changes In the beef 
industry. C. W. Johnson. 11 map J Qeog 
6-1:53-9 F '65 
Indian tribal council purchases F.F.A. Here- 
ford.s. U C. Schank. 11 Ag Ed Mag 37:35 
Ag '64 
CATTLE breeding 
Bnrkground of major changes In the beef 
industry. C. W. Johnson. 11 map J Geog 
64:53-9 #" '65 
CATTLE handling equipment 

Holding table for calvts. D. W. Brock, diag 
Ag Ed Mag 37:78 S '64 
CATULLUS, Caius Valerius 
Structure of Catullus 5. S. Commager. Class J 
59:361-4 My '64 

CAUSALITY. See Causation 
CAUSATION 

Causal analysis and rhetoric: a survey of 
the major philosophical conceptions of 
cause prior to John Stuart Mill C F. 
Karns. Speech Mon 32:36-48 Mr '65 
Causes and con.sequences of behavior. R H. 
OJemann. bibliog Ed 85:78-83 O '64 ' 



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CAUSATION — Continued 

Research 
'Some determinants and consequences of the 
teacher's perception of causation. T. J. 
Johnson and others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 
55:237-46 O '64 
CAUSE and effect. See Causation 
CAUSES of death. See Death — Causes 
CAVE men. See Man, Prehistoric 
CAVIEDES, Juan del Valle . .^ r^- . 

SiKns and symbols of doctors m the piente 
del Parnaso. D. R. Reedy. Hispania 47: 
705-10 D '64 
CEDAR chests. See Chests 
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa 

Public schools 
Building a science curriculum. R. W. Schulz. 
NEA J 53:21-3 O '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 
30:17-19 Ja '65 

CELA, Camilo Jos6 ^ , , ,■ 

Antecedentes y naturaleza del. tremendismo 
en Cela. J. Ortega. Hispania 48:21-8 Mr 
'65 
CELANO, Frances , ^ , 

Role of the deaf academic classroom teacher. 

C. D. O'Connor. Volta R 66:397-8 S '64 
Supervising a deaf teacher in an oral school. 
B. Hart Volta R 66:398-400 S '64 

CELEBRATIONS 

Silver anniversary greeting: simple program 
for the pastor's jubilee. Sister Mary Bona- 
venture. Cath Sch J 64:48 Je '64 

CELEBRITIES . x,. , -, t * 

Famous American relatives. L. Rinsky. il Instr 
74:36 Ja '65 
La CELESTINA (dramatic novel) 
Ambivalence of will in La Celestina. J. A. 

Moore. Hispania 47:251-5 My '64 
Calisto: the paradoxical hero. R. E. Bar- 
bera. Hispania 47:256-7 My '64 
ceLINE, Louis Ferdinand, pseud. See Des- 

touches, L. F. 
CELL division (biology) . .^ , , 

Land snail for demonstrating mitosis and 
meiosis. J. B. Burch and C. M. Patterson 
bibliog 11 diags Am Biol Teach 27:203-7 
Mr '65 
Meiosis made easy. M. A. Geis. 11 Sch Sci & 
Math 64:538 Je "64 
CELLO. See Violoncello 

CELLS 

See also 
Chromatin 

Plant cells and tissues 
Regeneration (biology) 
CELLS, Electric. See Electric batteries 
CELLULOSE 

Effect of liquid NHs on wood; a demonstra- 
tion of the alcohol structure of cellulose. 
P. R. Hirsch. J Chem Ed 41:605 N '64 

CENSORS , . ^ 

Creators, censors, censorship: fine arts censor- 
ship. J. Portnoy. Teach Col Rec 66:579-87 
Ap '65 
CENSORSHIP „ ., ^ . 

Chicago: new censorship capital. E. J. Gaines. 
ALA Bui 58:983-4 D '64 

Continuing education confronts the contro- 
versial; a course in censorship. B. B. 
Bryant. Adult Lead 13:319-1- Ap "65 

Creators, censors, censorship: fine arts censor- 
ship. J. Portnoy. Teach Col Rec 66:579-87 
Ap '65 

Dilemma of liberal censorship. S. Brown. Ed 
Digest 30:4-6 S '64 ^ ^ 

Henry Fielding and The theatres act of 
1737. K D. Wright. Q J Speech 50:252-8 O 
'Gl , .„ , 

Pa.ssionate pursuit of pornography. E. J. 
Gaines. ALA Bui 59:99-100 ^F '65 

Right to read. L. C. Merritt. II CTA J 61:18- 

Sense and censorship. M. S. Marshall. Col 
& Univ 40:11-14 Fall '64 , „ . 

Should schoolmen serve as censors? M. Raf- 
ferty; T. Braden. Nations Sch 74:62-4 S '64 

Should we censor what adolescents read? a 
svmposium-in-print: with study-discussion 
program by C. Smallenburg and H. Smal- 
lenburg. il PTA Mag 59:10-12. 36 Mr '65 

Social sciences and the self-appointed censors. 
W. Fulton. Av Instr 9:714 D '64 

Some aspects of censorship. M. L. Ernst, 
il Wilson Lib Bui 39:668-9 Ap '65 

What do the censors fear? book censorship. 
E. M. Olson, bibliog Teach Col Rec 66:565-73 
Ap '65 
See also 

Libraries — Censorship 



CENSUS 

United States 
See United States — Census 
CENTENARIES. See Historic celebrations 
CENTER for the study of Instruction. See Na- 
tional education association — Center for 
the study of instruction 
CENTER of gravity. See Center of mass 
CENTER of mass 
Discovering the centroid of a quadrilateral 
by construction. S. Kaner. Math Teach 
57:484-5 N '64 
CENTERING of drawings. See Mechanical 

drawing 
CENTRAL AMERICA 
See also 
Salvador 

also subhead Central America under the 
following sub.iects 
Agricultural education 
Colleges and universities 
Family life 
CENTRAL treaty organization 

Teaching of high school chemistry and physics 

in the CENTO countries. L. R. Summerlin 

and S. P. Uarrow. Sci Ed 49:285-90 Ap '65 

CENTRALIZED cataloging. See Cataloging 

CENTRALIZED food service. See Food service 

management 
CENTRALIZED schools. See Consolidated 

schools 
CERAMIC engineering education 
Ceramics and industrial arts education. J. 
Conav/ay. il J Ind Arts Ed 24:40-1 S '64 
CERAMIC materials 

Manufacture 
Extrusion forming of ceramic materials. J. 
O. Conaway. il J Ind Arts Ed 24:44-5 Ja 
•65 
CERAMIC sculpture 
Art appreciation; American craftsmen. 11 

Arts & Activities 57:20-1 Ap '65 
Clay is my medium. A. Valentino, il Arts & 

Activities 55:27 Je '64 
Clay masks introduce primitive art. R. C 
Florian and V. L. Florian. il Arts & Activ- 
ities 57:6-10 Mr '65 
Common clay, an uncommon medium. E. 
Stein, il Arts & Activities 57:16-18 Mr 
'65 
Hang an original on your wall; plaques from 
a slab of clay. E. Madsen. il Arts & Activ- 
ities 57:20-3 Mr '65 
Music makers; fourteen musicians, cast in 
clay. I. Berg, il Arts & Activities 57:11-14 
Mr '65 
Nicholas Vergette, artist-teacher, il Sch; Arts 

64:21-3 D '64 
23d ceramic international, il Sch Arts 64: 
34-6 Mr '65 
CERAMIC tiles. See Tiles 
CERAMICS. See Pottery 
CEREALS as food 
For amber waves of grain. E. Foley, il Prac 
Forecast 10:78-9+ S '64 
CEREBRAL localization. See Brain — Localiza- 
tion of functions 
CEREBRAL palsy association of western New 
York, Buffalo 

Cooperative pre-school center 
Preschool program for children with cerebral 
palsy. M. G. Gay. il Children 12:105-8 My 
'65 
CEREBRAL paralysis. See Paralysis 
CERTIFICATE of secondary education ex- 
amination. See Examinations — Great Brit- 
ain 
CERTIFICATE programs. See University ex- 
tension 
CERTIFICATES, Employment. See Employ- 
ment certificates 
CERTIFICATION 
See also 
Audio- visual directors — Certification 
Principals — Certification 
Speech therapists — Certification 
Student counselors — Certification 
Supervision and supervisors — Certification 
Teachers — Certification 
CERTIFIED professional secretary examina- 
tion. See Secretarial training — Tests and 

CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de 

La fuerza de la sangre: un andlisis estruc- 
tural. R. V. Piluso. Hispania 47:485-90 S '64 

Madariaga's debt to Unamuno's Vida de Don 
Quijote y Sancho. M. P. Predmore. His- 
pania 47:288-94 My '64 

Oxford Don Quixote. M. F. Boynton. His- 
pania 47:738-50 D :fi4_ ^ , ^ •• . 

Refleios del Concilio de Trento en el Quijote. 
P. M. Descouzis. Hispania 47-479-84 S *64 



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CEYLON 

Bee alao 
Education — Ceylon 
Knglish language in Ceylon 

Languages 
Highlighting: language problems in South 
Asia. K. C. iviiigsUury. map J Geog 64:lS0-7 
Ap '65 

Religious institutions and affairs 
Anagarika Dharmapala, Buddhist missionary 
and educator. W. Itahula. Sch & Soc 92:3i53- 
5 D 12 64 
CHABOT college, San Leandro, California 
Administrative internship: an intern reacts. 
J. T. McCuen. U Jun Col J 35:24-6 Ap 
'65 
CHACE, rviarian ^ , . ,, x^^ 

Dance therapy initiated In Israel. Mus Ed- 
ucators J 51:130 F '65 
CHAD (Republic) 
See uiito 
Education— Chad (Republic) 
CHAGALL, Marc 
Canopy of color; new ceilinK for the Paris 
opera. Mus Educators J 51:cover. 47 F '65 
Second- js'rade study of ChaKall. 11 Instr 73: 
274- Je '64 
CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio 

Lewis Sands school 
How to KOt vi.siLors off your back. R. C^wrse; 
IJ. Knox. Sch Mgt 8:43-4 D "64 
CHALKBOARD drawing 
How to produce effective chalkboard develop- 
ments. J. C. Olson. 11 diaga Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 63:23-4 D 64 
CHALKBOARDS 
Simple classroom resources, it Instr 73:43 Je 

•(jI 

CHAMBER music 

Chaiiiljtr nui.sic is a way of life. F. W. 

Crumb. 11 Mus Educators J 51:76-7 F '66 
Max Ki'gcr -s cliami»-r music. H. Trutz-schler. 

il .Mils J 23:oJ t- My 'bi, 
New Interest in the brass quintet. A. Fromnte. 

II Mus J 23:50-1- Ja "65 
Some Interestiiiir chamber music news. A. 

Ea Mariana. Sch Mu.slolan 35:46-74- Je '64 
StriiiK niu.'^ic for »\<T>one. 1'. C. Mayer. II 

Mus J 23:33 My "C") 
Woodwinds in residence need varied hats. 

C. liorKuer. 11 Mils J 23:54-6 Ap '66 
CHAMORRO speakino children 

Effocis of dilTi n-rii amounts of flrst-trnido 

oral lOtiKll.sli Inyi ruction upon later readinu 

urokTL'.s.s with Cliiimorro-.HpcaklnK children. 

J. G. Cooper. J Ed Res 58:123-7 N '64 
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois 

High school 
Slngle-dlsclpllno approach dooIs talents and 

time. M. Stuart. Ill Ed 53:113-16 N '64 

Public schools 

Champaign: Pacemaker l'J64. II III Ed 53:60-1 
O '64 

Family finance program In action. M. E. 
Holmes. II Prac Forecast 9:16-174- My '64 
CHAMPIONS 
Svv also 

Sports records 
CHANCE 

Exirm.sic reliability: estimating and attenuat- 
ing variance from response styles, clutnce, 
and other irrek-vant sources. K. 1>. 
Hopkins, bibliog Ed &. Psychol M 24:271-81 
Sum '64 
.Sec also 

Probabilities 
CHANCE scores. See Testa and scale»— Scores 
CHANGE ^ 

Anuiican social studies in West German 
schools. S. M. Shafer. Comp Ed R 8:146-52 
O •ii4 

Appral.sal of chanKes in education. R. H. 
Davis. North Con jVssn Q 39:227-8 WInt '65 

Challenge of change. D. While. Assn Sch 
lisns omclals U S and Canada Proc 49:311- 
21 •Ii3 

Challenge of chancre for Industrial arts. W. 
P. Spence. Sch Shop 24:19-2114- Mr '65 

Challenge to education In an era of ac- 
celerated change. F. M. Qarllnghouse. Sch 
& Com 51:114- Ja 'f.5 , , , , , . ., 

Changes in the prlncipalshlp: cn<i.'?e for jubiln- 
tlon or despair? 1>. A. Erickson. Nat 111 
Prin 44:16-20 Ap '65 

Changing character of undergraduate educa- 
tion. D. B. Truman. Sch & Soc 92:380-3 D 
12 '64 



Changing educational scene on both sides of 
the Atlantic. J. B. Conant. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 49:43-55 Mr '65 

Changing school and college relationship. R. 
Peaison. J Gen Ed 17:1-10 Ap '05 

Cooperative teaching in educational reform. 
J. I. (3oodlad. Nat El Prin 44:8-13 Ja 65 

Counselor in a changing world revisited. 
C. G. Wrenn. Teach Col J 35:205-11 My '64 

Developing community understanding for edu- 
cational innovation. C. V. Jones. Am Sch 
Bd J 149:29 Jl '64 

Dynamics of change. J. S. Hutchinson. Sch 
Sci & Math 64:553-6 Je '04 

Dynamics of change; on the tenth anniver- 
sary of the NCA foreign relations project. 
North Central association of colleges auid 
secondao' schools. Committee on experi- 
nicnLal units. Foreign relations project. 
North Cen Assn Q 39:273-93 Wint '65 

Education. 193U-19S0: tifiy years of crisis. 
F. S. Rivers. Can Ed Res Digest 4:169-82 S 
'64 

Educational change tomorrow. L. B. Mayhew. 
Sch & Soc 92:2^4-5 O 17 "64 

Educational media specialist, agent and ob- 
ject of chaxige; theme for 19(j5 DAVl con- 
vention. S. Cohen. Av Instr 9:054-5 N '64 

Educational uses of change. H. B. Holt. Phi 
Delta Kappan 46:lS8-9 D "64 

Ek-nicntaiy priiicipal.ship: will it be part of 
the new adiniiustration? W. W. Wa^'son. 
.N.it i:i Priti 44:10-15 Ap '65 

Eiii'TKing role of the curriculum leader: 
chari^^o important to supervisor and curri- 
culum .'Specialist. C. I). Baltcock. Assn Sup 
& Curric Develop Yrbk 1965:50-2 

ElxperimoritP wo need. J. L. Trump. North 
(fen A "i 207-9 Fall '64 

Foot-' education. R. Wlandt. Clear- 

ing i - 1 S '64 

Futllit> -.1 . i.-inge? J. F. Ohles. Ed Forum 
29:15-16 N 04 

Grt-at exp.otations. W. Q. Carr. N Y State 
Ed :.:• 1^-1 1 • I' 'i 

How . 1 J. F. Ohles. Clear- 

ing i 1 

How t D. B. Van Dalen. 

Am Sch L;d J U'J.T-Jr N '64 

Idoolojry and counselor encapsulation. M. 
Srhwebel. J Coun.sel Psychol 11:366-9 Wlnt 
•64 

IniMict of rh.inire on the private college: the 
i>i-i\ati' if>ii<-kro and new porsnoctlves In scl- 
I , ...>„. T. P. Eraser. Sci Ed 49: 

I: hango. W. Van Til. Assn Sup 

up Yrbk 1965:7-29 
Inolu.ivo .srhool. J. H. Fischer. Teach Col 

Rec Cfi:l-6 O 64 
Innovdtlon and leadership In American cdu- 

c.'iilon, J. W. Gardner. Nat Assn Sec Sch 

Prin Bui 49:3^-42 Mr '65 
Innr>\nt(or> In Ohio: a mcndlng-tape an- 
' • IV E. Stuinebeam. 11 Ohio Sch iZ: 
■ '65 
.1 ' an explosion. N. Tant. Ky Sch J 

..^ Ja '65 
I. . iiiK ah«^ad In a cllnmte of change. P. R. 

I. tir. A.tsn Sup & Currlc Develop Yrbk 

l(|i"3 

.N :i>m the pnsldont of the Virginia 

'U of school administrators. ^\ . R. 

r II Vr\ J Ed 58:15-17 S '64 

N.'itioiiai l. ■ Uicatlon yearliook, 1964; 

UiTcnt .1 ''-d developments affect- 

ing busi; it Ion. National buslne.ss 

education n.-vxumt lon. 248p blbllog '64 The 

as.sn. 
No:.'ro college In a changing economy- the 

ni'0(l for a n<^w educational pattfm. E. C. 

H.irrisoii J Hi^rher IM 3fi :2.'.9-65 Mv '65 
New ml.sslons for old programs: a unfverslty- 

wlde approach to continuing education. P. 

A. Miller. J Higher Ed 36:450-8 N '64 
New nrogre.«islv»> educntion? J. Sternlg. Ed 

Eead 2l:49S-500 My '64 
Organizational character of education: ad- 
ministrative behavior; organizational 

change. J. M. LIpham. R Ed Res 34:447-8 

O '64 
Poise under pressure. R. L. Foster. Ed Lead 

22:149-544- D '64 
Prelude to change. D. E. Dial. Sch & Com 

50:13 My '64 
Prevailing arJ needed emphases In research 

on the education of dl.sadvantaged children 

and vouth. I). A. Wilkcrson. J Negro Ed 

33:346-57 Sum '64 
Price of freedom. E. O. Melby. Ed Rec 45:379- 

>S4 Fall '64 
Principal, a change agent. D. Mlal. Nat El 

Prin 14:27-31 S '64 
Programed instnictlon: Implications for 

change. S. H. Frey and S. Shlmabukuro. 

Clearing House 39:242-6 D '64 



102 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHANCE— Continued ^ , . , . ^. 

Prospect for change in the social studies. 
J. M. Becker. Social Ed 29:20-2+ Ja '65 

Kole of supervisor and curriculum director in 
a climate of change; yearbook 19G5. Associa- 
tion for supervision and curriculum devel- 
opment. 17Up '65 The assn. 

Signs of revolution in public school adult 
education. R. A. Luke. Adult Lead 13:203- 
4+ Ja '65; Same cond. Ed Digest 30:52-4 
Ap '65 

Strange world of our children. M. B. Mitchell, 
il PTA Mag 59:8-10 S '64 

Teacher of the deaf, circa 1964, and onward. 
M. R. Costello. Volta R 66:445-9 S '64_ 

These changes are shaking education in 
France. C. Grieder. Nations Sch 75:10 My 
'65 

Three areas of change. Univ Q 19:125-42 Mr 
'65 
See ulso 

Economic change 

Social change 

Technological change 

CHANGE of attitude. See Attitude, Change of 

CHANGE of personality. See Personality 

change . „ ,r ■ ^,- * 

CHANGE of voice. See Voice, Change of 

CHANNiNG, Edward T. , ^ -r ^r. 

Elocution at Harvard: the saga of Jonathan 
Barber. D. H. Grover. Q J Speech 51:62-7 

CHANUKAH. See Hanukkah (feast of lights) 

CHAPLAINS, College 
Campus ministry and academic values; an 
interpretation of some findings in a ques- 
tionnaire survey. P. E. Hammond. J Higher 
Ed 36:274-8 My '65 
CHAPLAINS, Military 
Recurrent themes and purposes in the ser- 
mons of the Union army chaplains. R. W. 
Quimby. Speech Mon 31:425-36 N '64 

CHARACTER , ^ ,„ ^ 

Character and the college teacher. O. Tead. 
J Higher Ed 35:269-72 My '64 _ ,^ 

Crucial decisions or tne college years. E. M. 
Ligon bibliog Liberal Ed 51:77-89 Mr '65 

Pressures and the way to the good life. M. 
Gratwick. J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:25 My 
'64 
See also 

Ethics 

Ideals 

Personality 
CHARACTER analysis 

Computer and character analysis; Huck 
Finn. A. B. Ellis. Engl J 53:522-7 O '64; 
Reply. G. A. Love. 54:62 Ja '65 
CHARACTER education. See Moral education: 

Personality training and development 
CHARACTER traits. See Character 
CHARACTERIZATION. See Characters in lit- 
erature 
CHARACTERS in literature 

Bernard Malamud: the scope of caricature. 
S Bluefarb. Engl J 53:319-26+ My '64 

Brecht's Shavian saint. B. F. Dukore. Q J 
Speech 50:136-9 Ap '64 _ „ „ ^ 

Callsto: the paradoxical hero. R. E. Barbera. 
Hispania 47:256-7 My '64 „ ,. 

Characterization in Rip Van Winkle. M. E. 
Mengeling. Engl J 53:643-6 D '64 

Computer and character analysis; Huck Finn. 
A B. Ellis. Engl J 53:522-7 O '64; Reply. 
G; a. Love. 54:62 Ja '65 

Genesis of Pito P6rez. E. E. Phillips. His- 
pania 47:698-702 D '64 ^ ^ ^ ., ^ . 

In touch with greatness. L. Jacobs, il Instr 
74:42+ P '65 , _ ., , , ,^ 

Jimmv Wait: Joseph Conrad s kaleidoscope. 
A. F. Kinney. Col Engl 26:475-8 Mr '65^, 

Juan and Sisyphus in Carpentier s El 
camino de Santiavo. R. Verzasconi. His- 
pania 48:70-5 Mr '65 , . . „ 

Shaw's feud with higher education. A. H. 
Nethercot. J Gen Ed 16:105-19 Jl '64 

Two faces of the Moor. J. McCracken. il 
Mus J 22:26-7 O '64 

See also , . ,.^ 

Historical and legendary characters in litera- 
ture 

Names (in literature) 

Shakespeare. William — Characters 

Women in literature 
CHARACTERS in opera 

He laughs best who laughs last; Falstaff 
and Baron Ochs. B. Hastings, il Mus J 
22:30-2+ O "64 
CHARGING systems (libraries) See Liljraries 

— Charging systems 
CHARITIES 
See also 

Children — Charities, protection, etc. 

Relief work 



CHARITY 

Better than receiving; Virginia avenue 

school, Winchester, Va. C. E. DeHart. il 

Instr 74:73 D '64 

Charity: life of religious education. G. 

Moran. Cath Ed R 62:158-68 Mr '64 

CHARLEYHORSE. See Muscles— Wounds and 

injuries 
CHARRON, Pierre 
Montaigne, Charron et la crise morale provo- 
qu6e par les guerres de religion. P. Spriet. 
French R 38:587-98 Ap '65 
CHARTS 
Both a borrower and a lender be! N. F. Kal- 
ians. Bsns Ed World 45:16-18+ F "65 
Data processing's role in clerical work. M. W. 
Wood and R. G. Espegren. il diags Bsns 
Ed World 45:26-9 Ja '65 
First-grade mathematics is easy to chart. 
J. H. Tibbett. il diags Instr 73:24-5 Je '64 
Stand for chart storage and display. M. Bar- 
field, il diags Ag Ed Mag 36:258-9 My '64 
Why are experience charts important? G. 
Muente. Instr 74:134-5 S '64 
Le CHATELIER-Braun principle. See Chemi- 
cal equilibrium 
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee 

Public schools 
Program for first -graders in Chattanooga 
public schools. A. L. Shipley and B. L. 
Broman. il Childh Ed 41:420-3 Ap '65 
CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee. George Thomas 
Hunter gallery of art 
Christmas international; exhibit at the 
George Thomas Hunter gallery of art. T. 

E. Williams, il Childh Ed 41:361-2 Mr '65 
CHAUCER, Geoffrey 

Aspects of form in the Nun's priest's tale. 
Sister Mary Joselyn. Col Engl 25:566-71 
My '64 

Chaucer: a plea for a reliable text. J. G. 
Southworth. Col Engl 26:173-9 D '64 

Eagle's speech in Chaucer's House of fame. 
W. S. 'Wilson. Q J Speech 50:153-8 Ap '64 

Freud, The clerkes tale, and literary criticism. 
N. Lavers. Col Engl 26:180-7 D '64 

Wife of Bath's tale and her fantasy of fulfill- 
ment. A. Steinberg. Col Engl 26:187-91 D '64 

Bibliography 
Editions and translations of Chaucer novi^ In 
print. E. Reiss. Col Engl 26:572-9 Ap '65 
CHAUTAUQUAS 
Speech and adult education: a nexus. P. E. 
X. Dance. Adult Ed 14:151-5 Spr '64 
CHAUVINISM. See Patriotism 
CHEATING 
Attitudes on cheating of high school students. 

F. W. Home. Nat Assn Women Deans & 
Counselors J 28:102-5 Spr '65 

Cheating attitudes and practices in a suburban 
high school. V. H. Cornehlsen. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 28:106-9 Spr 
'65 

Prevent cheating; proper supervision of ex- 
aminations. D. A. Wesley. Clearing House 
39:233-4 D '64 

Scholastic dishonesty among undergraduates 
in differing systems of social control. C. M. 
Bon jean and R. McGee. Sociol of Ed 38: 
127-37 Wint '65 

Use of a film to teach ethical values. M. M. 
Heiman. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 28:110-13 Spr '65 

Research 
Blindness and sightedness as factors In stu- 
dent cheating: an experiment. T. F. Hoult 
and J. W. Hudson. Calif J Ed Res 15:199- 
204 S '64 
Cheating on college examinations as a func- 
tion of situationally aroused anxiety and 
hostility. M. Steininger and others. J Ed 
Psychol 55:317-24 D '64 
College cheating as a function of subject 
and situational variables. E. M. Hethering- 
ton and S. E. Feldman. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 55:212-18 Ag '64 
CHECK-reading. See Instrument reading 
CHECKS 
Current developments in consumer economics; 
travelers checks. I. D. Satlow. Bsns Ed 
World 45:64 Mr '65 
CHEEKTOWAGA, New York 
Public schools 
Cut purchasing paperwork in half. W. B. 
Fischer. Sch Mgt 8:62-3 Je '64 
CHELONS. See Chemical reagents 
CHEM study. See Chemical education material 
study 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



103 



CHEMICAL analysis. See Chemistry, Analytic 
CHEMICAL apparatus 
Apparatus for steajm distillation. F. B. Mal- 

lory. diae J Chem Ed 42:108 F '65 
Constant-level oil-bath melting point appara- 
tus. H. B. Powell and others, diag J Chem 

Ed 41:345 Je "64 
Convenient apparatus for small scale ozoniza- 

tions. M. B. Rubin, diag J Chem Ed 41: 

3S8 Jl '64 
Differential thermal analysis with a Fisher 

Johns apparatus. K. Reed- diags J Chem 

Ed 41:606-8 N "64 
Distilled water purity monitor using an ac 

polarization electrode. R. W. Freedman and 

S. Radkoff. diags J Chem Ed 41:387-8 Jl "64 
Evolution of problem-solving techniques 

u.sin>? the analytical tool kit. S. Siggia. J 

Chem Ed 41:329-30 Je '61 
Gas .scrubber for eliminating noxious vapors. 

O. Goddard and M. C. Henry, dlag J Chem 

Ed 12:136 Mr '65 
Hi.story of the Warburg apparatus. P. 

Oesper. 11 J Chem Ed 41:294-6 Je '64 
ImprovLsed steam bath. I. A. Kaye. diax J 

Chem Ed 41:CC9 D '64 
Ine.\pensive centrlfiige for micro qualitative 

analysis. S. W. Gaddls. dlag J Chem Ed 

41:C25 N '64 
Instrumentation for condensing and absorb- 
ing vapors. G. A. Dal In. 11 dlags J Chem 

Ed 42:A5-A6-I- Ja '65 
In.stniinentation teaching equipment. L. 

ELsncr. J Chem Ed 41:A491-Al92-|- Jl; A551- 

A5.-2+ Ag; A607-A60S-I- S '64 
M'^thod for the determination of Ikiuid-vapor 

binary cfiuilibria. S. O. Colgate and R. J. 

Hanrahan. dlag J Chem Ed 41:433-4 Ag '64 
Modified condensing apparatus for both re- 

iluxlng and dl.'^lilllng. C. Goddard and M. 

C. Henry. 11 dlags J Chem Ed 42:221 Ap 

•cr, 

Modified Cottrell-Choppin apparatus for de- 
termining vanor-llquld o'lulllbriuin. R. G. 
Mors and D. RIvette. J Chem Ed 41:434 Ag 
'64 

Modular Instrumentation In analytical chem- 
l.itrv. O. W, Ewlng. 11 dlags J Chem Ed 
42:.'!2-4 Ja '65 

Nonvolding plastic squeeze bottles. W. L 
Harber. 11 J Chem Ed 41:653 D '64 

Novel distillation flask. R. W. Henderoon and 
H. A. Kanipliausen. dlag J Chem Ed 41:572 
O '64 

Purification and quantitative recovery of ma- 
terials bv a vacuum technique. W. T. 
Ralnev. jr. and L. B. Yeatts, Jr. dlag 
J Chcin Ed 41:451 Ag '64 

Safety In high school ch. i,ilotr>'. G. M. 
Rawlins, jr. Sch Rcl & M -12 O '64 

Simple float valve for mm he water 

lovel of a buth at clo\ .rntiirfw 

R. Thacker. dlag J Chem Kd 12 215 Ao 'C5 

Tonics In chemical In.xtrumentallon: od. by 
K. 7.. I..ewln. See l^isues of Journal of 
chomlcal education 

Vacuum line buret for measuring liquid sam- 
ple volumes. R. J. Hanrahan. dlag J Chem 
Ed 41:623 N '04 

Versatile coll for electrochemical measure- 
ments. I... Foldman and A. T. Kuhn. dlax 
J Chem Ed 41:390 Jl '64 
See also 

Balances 

Ch roma t ograph Ic analysis — Apparatus 

Glassware, Laboratory 
CHEMICAL balance. See Balances 
CHEMICAL bond approach project 

New science curriculums. A. Calandra; E. 
G, Colby. II Sch Mgt S;75-S3-t- N '64: Same 
cond. A. Calandra. Ed Digest 30:11-14 F 
'65 
CHEMICAL bonds 

Homolytic. catlonotroplc. and anionotropic 
reactions: a mechanistic appronch to or- 
ganic cb<^mlstrv. B. E. Hoouenboora. blb- 
llog J Chem Ed 41:639-41 D '64 

Hybridization In the description of homo- 
nuclear diatomic molecules J. W. George. 
J Chem Ed 42:152-3 Mr '65 

Llgand field theory. F. ,^. Cotton, bibllog 
dlags J Chem Ed 11:166-76 S '64 

PI -bonding In tefrahedral molecules. D. S. 
Urch. J Chem Ed 41:502-3 S '64 

Rotational and n.-soudorotatlonal barriers In 
simple molecules. S. 1. Miller, bibllog 
J Chem Ed 41:421-4 Ag '64 

Simple approach to crystal field theory. R. C. 
Jolynson. dlags J Chem Ed 42:147-8 Mr '65 



CHEMICAL constants 
Introduction to computer use; programs for 
first order rate constants. J. Casanova, jr. 
and E. R. Weaver. J Chem Ed 42:137-9 Mr 
•65 
Is the solubility product constant? Introduc- 
tory e.xneriment in solubility equilibrium. 
R. C. Goodman and R. H. Petrucci. blb- 
liog J Chem Ed 42:101-5 F '65 
CHEMICAL education 
See also 
Chemistry — Teaching 

International aspects 
International chemical educational activities; 
symposium, with introd. by O. T. Benfey. 
U J Chem Ed 41:580-96 N '64 

Indonesia 
Chemical education in Indonesia: problems 
and progress in a contract team approach. 
C. R. Kelzer. J Chem Ed 41:583-6 N '64 

Latin America 
Chemical education activities In Ibero- 
Amerlca. J. D. G<3raez-lbajiez. J Chem Ed 
41:586-90 N '64 

Russia 
Higher school must make a greater contri- 
bution to the development of^ chemistry. M. 
A. Prokofev. Soviet Ed 6:24-8 Jl "64 
CHEMICAL educntion material study 
I' J. A. Campbell. Times 

My 8 '64 
I I'HEM study curriculum 

il approach In teaching 
try. R. G. Rainey. Sch 
44 Je "64 

N: ....;. .;;ums. A. Calandra; E. G. 

Colby, il Sch Mgt 8:75-83-4- N '64: Same 
cond. A. Calandra. Ed Digest 30:11-14 F 
•65 
CHEMICAL elements 
Col I <t- ting the chemical elements. C. R. Haiu- 
nu.nd. 11 J Chem Ed 41:401-4 Jl '64 
See also 
Aluminum 
Cadmium 
Calcium 
CarlHjn 
Chlorine 

' ' <-r 

^en 

!U 

;.....„. mese 

« 'xynon 

Periodic system 

Platinum 

Transition elements 
CHEMICAL engineering 

Curriculum 

Polytechnlcal and vocational training for 

chenxical trades In the secondary school. 

T). .v. Epshteln. Soviet Ed 6:49-58 My '64 

CHEMICAL engineering as a profession. See 

Engliicerliig aa a profession 
CHEMICAL equ.itlons 

Ci>iiii'iii<r prok-ram for the calculation of acld- 
!■! •• iiir.Lii.iM rui-%es. A. R. Emery, diacr J 
! 12:131-6 Mr -65 

C ital computer program for chem- 

iiirlum calculations. A. J. Bard and 
I'. .M. Kmg. dla« J Chem Ed 42:127-31 Mr 
•65 

On the deduction of the eriulllbrlum law from 
kinetics. F. O. Koenlg. J Chem Ed 42:227-30 
Ap "65 

Teaching Ionic equilibrium: us© of log-chart 
tran'^parfncles. H. Frelser and O. Fer- 
nando. 11 J Chem Ed 42:35-8 Ja '65 
CHEMICAL equilibrium 

Concfrning <'i|uilil)rlum. free energv changes. 
I.o i'h.itiMli.T's principle. W. H. Eborhardt. 
J Chem Ed 41:A477 Je: A591 Ag; A883 N '64 

Demonstration of a parent -daughter radio- 
active equilibrium using "'C»-'""Ba. G. R. 
Choppln and C. L. NeaJy. J Chem Ed 
41:598-600 N '64 

Exposition of Isotope effects on rates and 
equilibria. M. M. Kreevoy. bibllog J Chem 
Ed 41:636-8 D '64 

General digital computer program for chem- 
ical equilibrium calculations. A. J. Bard 
and D. M. King, dlag J Chem Ed 42:127-31 
Mr -65 

Is the solubility product constant? introduc- 
tory experiment In .solubility equilibrium. 
R. C Goodman and R, H. Petrucci. bibllog 
J Chem Ed 42:104-5 F '65 

Method for the determination of llquld-vapor 
binary equilibria. S. O. Colgate and R. J. 
Hanrahan. dias J Chem Ed 41:433-4 Ag '64 



104 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHEMICAL equilibrium — Continued 

un the deduciion of the equilibrium law from 
kinetics F. O. Koenig. J Chem Ed 42: 
227-30 Ap '65 , . , 

Student research experiment with multiple 
equilibria. G. M. Fleck. J Chem Ed 42:106-8 
F 'fi5 

Teaching ionic equilibrium: use of losr-chart 
transparencies. H. Preiser and Q. Fer- 
nando, il J Chem Ed 42:35-8 Ja "65^^ ^ 

Vant Hoff's law of mobile equilibriunx H. I. 
Feinstein. Sci Teach 32:51 Mr '65 
See also 

Acid-base equilibrium 

Phase rule and equilibrium 
CHEMICAL formula. See Chemistry — Notation 
CHEMICAL industries ^ . 

Higher school must make a greater contri- 
bution to the development of chemistry. M. 
A. Prokofev. Soviet Ed 6:24-8 Jl '64 

Polytechnical and vocational training for 
chemical trades in the secondary school. 
D. A. Epshtein. Soviet Ed 6:49-58 My '64 
CHEMICAL laboratories 

Should I use a semi-micro laboratory? J. A. 
Kettlehut. Sch Sci & Math 64:675-8 N '64 

Equipment and supplies 
Are you buying or just spending? D. A. 

King, il Sch & Com 51:13-^ F '65 ^ ^ 
Topics in chemical instrumentation; ed. by 
S. Z. Lewin. See issues of Journal of chem- 
ical education 
See also 
Chemical apparatus 

Safety devices and measures 

Florida state university organizes an eye 
protection program. J. Goldinger. Sight- 
Saving R 34:160-2 Fall '64 

Laboratory glassware; safety education data 
sheet. Safety Ed 44:30-2 O '64 

Precautions for reduction of copper oxide. 
P M. Lauren, diags Sci Teach 32:54 Mr 
'65 

Safety in high school chemistry. G. M. 
Rawlins, jr. Sch Sci & Math 64:608-12 O '64 

Safety in the chemical laboratory; ed. by 
N. V. Steere. See issues of Joiu-nal of chem- 
ical education 

Separating glass tubing from rubber stoppers. 
P. M. Lauren, diag Sci Teach 32:54 Mr '65 

Shields and barricades for chemical labora- 
torv operations. D. T. Smith. J Chem Ed 
41:A520-A522-f Jl '64 

Research 
Use of eye protection and body shields in 

college chemical laboratories. G. N. Quam. 

J Chem Ed 41:A936-1- D '64 
CHEMICAL reaction 
Amine catalyzed Perkin condensation; a class 

project. R. Ketcham. J Chem Ed 41:565 

O '64 
Effect of structure on chemical and physical 

properties of polymers. C. C. Price. J Chem 

Ed 42:13-17 Ja '65 
Flash photolysis: a technique for studying 

fast reactions. D. N. Bailey and D. M. 

Hercules, bibliog il diags J Chem Ed 42: 

A8^-ASG-\- F '65 
Homolvtic. cationotropic. and anionotropic re- 
actions: a mechanistic approach to organic 

chemistry. B. B. Hoogenboom. bibliog J 

Chem Ed 41:639-44 D '64 
See also 
Catalysis 
Electrolysis 
Oxidation 

Reactors, Chemical 
Synthesis 

Velocity 
Exposition of isotope effects on rates and 

equilibria. M. M. Kreevoy. bibliog J Chem 

Ed 41:636-8 D '64 
Hydration of carbon dioxide; a double clock 

experiment. P. Jones and others. J Chem 

Ed 41:610-12 N '64 
Infrared spectrometry to study second order 

reaction kinetics. B. Gastambide and oth- 
ers, bibliog J Chem Ed 41:613-14 N '64 
Introduction to computer use; programs for 

first order rate constants. J. Casanova, jr, 

and E. R. Weaver. J Chem Ed 42:137-9 Mr 

'65 
Kinetics experiment for first year chemistry. 

^V. P. Schaefer. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:558- 

60 O '64 
Kinetics in gas-pha.^e stirred flow^ reactors. 

W. C. Herndon. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:425-8 

Ag '64 
On the deduction of the equilibrium law from 

kinetics. F, O. Koenig. J Chem Ed 42:227-30 

Ap '65 



Oxidation of iodide ion by persulfate ion. 
P. C. Moews, jr, and R. H. Petrucci. bib- 
liog J Chem Ed 41:549-51 O '64 

Recombination of oxygen atoms in a dis- 
charge flow system. B. A. Thrush, diag 
J Chem Ed 41:429-31 Ag '64 

Relative rates of electrophilic aromatic sub- 
stitution. J. Casanova, jr. J Chem Ed 41: 
341-2 Je '64 

Simple kinetic investigation of an organic 
reaction mechanism. J. A.. Landgrebe. 
J Chem Ed 41:567-8 O '64 
CHEMICAL reagents 

Activation of small molecules by coordina- 
tion. M. M. Jones, bibliog J Chem Ed 41: 
493-500 S '64 

Quinhydrone test for amines. W. F. Meek 
and J. B. Entrikin. J Chem Ed 41:420 Ag 
'64 

Resacetophenone oxime chelation of copper 
in the presence of cadmium. S. G. Kadar- 
mandalgi. J Chem Ed 41:438 Ag '64 

Test for the subclasses of aliphatic amines. 
J. L. Valentine and others. J Chem Ed 
41:569 O '64 

Use of polyelectrolytes to improve qualitative 
analysis preparations. T. R. Williams and 
R. Carter. J Chem Ed 41:442 Ag '64 
See also 

Indicators and test papers 
CHEMICAL reduction. See Reduction, Chem- 
ical 
CHEMICAL research 

Directory of undergraduate research. K. T. 
Finley and W. J. Hayles. J Chem Ed 42: 
214-15 Ap '65 

Higher school must make a greater contri- 
bution to the development of chemistry. M. 
A. Prokofev. Soviet Ed 6:24-8 Jl '64 

Safety considerations in research proposals. 
H. K. Livingston. J Chem Ed 41:A785-A789 
O '64 
See also 

Industrial research 
CHEMICAL stability 

Lattice energy and chemical prediction; use 
of the Kapustinskii equations and the Born- 
Haber cycle. G. J. Moody and J. D. R. 
Thomas, bibliog J Chem Ed 42:204-10 Ap '65 

Thermally stable polymeric materials. S. D. 
Bruck. bibliog diag J Chem Ed 42:18-24 

CHEMICAL symbols 

Signs of tensions in electrochemistry. P. Van 

Rysselberghe. J Chem Ed 41:486-7 S '64 
CHEMICALS 
Effects of chemicals on frogs' heartbeat. P. 

Plane and R. Tilden. bibliog Sch Sci & 

Math 65:219-27 Mr '65 
See also 
Plants, Effect of chemicals on 

Safety measures 
Benzoyl peroxide requires special handling 

and storage. J Chem Ed 41:A445-f Je '64 
Control of hazards from peroxides in ethers. 

N. V. Steere. J Chem Ed 41:A575-A579 Ag 

'64 
Practical approach to protection of laboratory 

personnel from toxic materials. J. H. 

Foulger. J Chem Ed 42:A285-A286-f- Ap '65 
Safety in high school chemistry. G. M. 

Rawlins, jr. Sch Sci & Math 64:608-12 O '64 

Storage 

Benzoyl peroxide requires special handling 
and storage. J Chem Ed 41:A445-I- Je '64 

Fire-protected storage for records and chem- 
icals. N. V. Steere. J Chem Ed 41:A859- 
AS624- N '64 
CHEMISTRY 

Facts and concepts of chemistry of import- 
ance for introductory high school biology. 
L. J. Thelen. Sci Ed 48:447-53 D '64 
See also 

Acids 

Agricultural chemistry 

Atoms 

Bases (chemistry') 

Biochemistrj' 

Catalysis 

Coordination (chemistry) 

Electrochemistry 

Electrolytes 

Oxidation 

Radicals (chemistry) 

Stereochemistry 

Substitution (chemistry) 

Thermochemistry 

Achievements, Student 

Mathematics wise: high-school preparation 
for college chemistrj'. R. A. Webb. Sch & 
Com 50:14 My '64 

Selection of students for placement In ac- 
celerated first-vear college chemistry. R. W. 
Hanson. Sch Sci & Math 64:786-91 D '64 



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105 



C H E M I ST R y— Continued 

Aims and objectives 
New visions and revisions: aims in teaching 
chemistry. J. M. Griewahn. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:83-5 Spr '65 
Role of chemistry in promoting aims of 
Christian education. Sister Mary Theon- 
ella. Cath Ed R 63:101-10 F '65 

Bibliography 
New books for the high school science shelf. 

seventh series: 1964; chemistry. L. Panush. 

Sch Scl & Math 65:319-20 Ap '65 
Paperback books in chemistry and related 

sciences. J Chem Ed 42:A333-A334-f- Ap '65 

Courses of study 
Courses of study in chemistry at the second- 
ary level in land Hesse, Bayern. and Baden- 
WUerttemburg. Germany. C. J. Routh. Sci 
Ed 48:370-5 O '64 

Curriculum 
Content of the school chemistry course In the 

light of new requirements. L. A. Tsvetkov. 

Soviet Ed 6:26-35 O 64 
School-college cooperation In chemistry 

course development; San Antonio school 

chemistry project. P. %\'estmeyer. Scl Teach 

32:33-4 Ap '6.1 
Two-track Introductory chemistry. R. I. 

Walter. J Chem Ed 42:201-3 Ap '65 
See also 
Chemical education material study 

Research 
Teaching of science at the college and uni- 
versity level; chemistry. w. C. Van 
Deventer. R Ed Res 34:335-6 Je '64 

Demonstrations 

Overhead prolectlon with the pH meter. D. 
B. Hoff. 11 J Chem Ed 41:662 D '64 

Teaching basic cheml.slry concepts with the 
overhead projtctor. R. A. Walker, dlaga J 
Chfni TOd 41:f.r,:i-5 D '64 

Tested demonstrations. See Issues of Jour- 
nal of chemical education 

Experiments 
Automatic tltrlmetry In introductory college 

chcinl.stry. O. T. Zajlcek. J Chem Ed 41: 

-,.-,1-5 () '64 
Construction of a simple refractometer: a 

chemical Instrumentation e-xperlment. O. R. 

Coe and others, diags J Chem Ed 41:337-8 

Je '64 
General chemistry experiment on clathratea. 

A K Sawyer, J Chem Ed 41 661 I> '64 
Hydration of carbon dioxide : a doubN- clock 

cxiicrinicnt. I'. Jones and other.-*. J Chem 

K(l 41:r,in-12 N 'fiJ 
Is the solubility product constant? Introdtic- 

tory experiment In .solubility equilibrium. 

R. C. Goodman and U. H. Petruccl. blbliog 

J Chem Ed 42:104-5 V '65 
Kinetics oxi>eriincrit for first year chemistry. 

W. P. Schaefer. blbliog J Chem Ed 41:558- 

60 () '64 
Oxidation of Iodide Ion by persulfate Ion. 

P. C. Moews. jr. and R. H. Petruccl. blb- 
liog J Chem Ed 41:549-51 O '64 
Simple ciuantltatlve electrolysis experiment 

for first year chemlstrj-. R. H. Petruccl 

and P. C. Moews. jr. blbliog J Chem Ed 

41:552-3 O '64 
TOPS: tested overhead prolectlon series; 

comp. by H. N. Alyea. See Issues of Jour- 
nal of chemical education 

Historiography 
Historiography of chemistry. E. Farber. blb- 
liog J Chem Ed 42:120-6 Mr '65 

History 

History of equipmont and instrumontatlon; 

symposium. J Chem Kd 41:204-3.^0 Jo '64 
One himdred years of organoslllcon chemlstrv: 

tr. bv E. <3. Rochow. R. MUller. bibliog 11 

J Chem Ed 42:41-7 Ja '65 
Place of isotopes In the periodic table; the 

50th annlver.sary of the Fajans-Soddy dls- 

Jlacement laws. O. U. Anders, blbliog II 
Chem Ed 41:522-5 O '64 
WiJhler's preparation of urea and the fate of 
vitalism. T. O. Lipman. bibliog J Chem Ed 
41:452-8 Ag '64 
Wolcott Oibbs and the centenary of electro- 
gravlmetrv: tr. bv R. E. Oesncr. F. Szabad- 
\-Ark-. J Chem Ed 41:666-7 D '64 
See also 
Phlogiston 



Laboratory work 
Caring for individual differences in advanced 
chemistry. H. H. Hannan. Sci Ed 49:89- 
90 F 'rtS 
Live and filmed laboratories; alternating se- 
quence for general chemistry. C. H. Bru- 
baker. jr, and others. J Chem Ed 41:670-1 
D '64 

Nomenclature 

Textbook errors: systematic names for the 
tartaric acids. J. N. Baxter, bibliog J Chem 
Ed 41:619-21 N '64 

Notation 

Minimum molecular weight approach for de- 
temiinmg empirical formulas. H. J. Har- 
wood. J Chem Ed 42:222 Ap '65 

On the deduction of the equilibrium law from 
kinetics. F. O. Koenig. J Chem Ed 42:227-30 
Ap '65 

Problems, exercises, etc. 

Use of problems from the literature in gen- 
eral chemi.'stry. R. F. O'Malley. J Chem Ed 
41:512-14 S '64 

Prognosis of success 
Selection of students for placement In ac- 
celerated first-year college chemistry. R. W. 
Hanson. Sch Scl & Math 64:786-91 D '64 

Programmed teaching 
Teaching of science at the college and uni- 
versity level; programed Instruction. W. C. 
Van Deventer. R Ed Res 34:337-9 Je "64 

Research 
See Chemical research 

Subject matter 

Content of the coliege-preparatorj' high school 
chemistry course. A. Liander. J Chem Ed 
42:231-2 Ap '6.^. 

Content of the first course In college chem- 
istry; a survey of examination questions. 
J. A. Young. J Chem Ed 41:477-8 S '64 

Teacher education 
See Chemistry teachers — Education 

Teaching 

in the Peace corps. T. 
I 41:5Sl-2 N '64 
- to improve chemistry 

iv II -May bury and P. Handyo- 
J Chem Ed 41:594-6 N '64 

Education 

E valtuition 
Statistical analysis In first year chemistry. 
B. Musulln. J Chem Ed 41:666-7 O '64 

Ilintorv 
Chemistry at the T'niverslty of San Fran- 
cisco. lSfi3-190f,. M, Gonnan. blbliog 11 J 
Chem Ed 41:627-9 N '64 

CoUeoea and univeraitiea 

Content of the first course In college chem- 
istry; a survey of examination (luostions. 
J. A. Young. J Chem Ed 41:477-8 S '64 

Live and filmed lal)oratorles; alternating se- 
quence for general chemlstr>'. C. H. Bru- 
baker. jr. and others. J Chem Ed 41:670-1 
D 64 

Selection of students for placement In ac- 
celerated first -year college chemistry. R. 
W. Han.son. .Sch Scl & Math 64:786-91 D 
'64 

Two-track Introductory chemistry. R. I. 
Walter. J Chem Ed 42:201-3 Ap '65 

High achoola 
Alton. Ill: Industry provides seed money for 

science cotirse. C. M. Forbes. Sch Mgt 8: 

824- Mv '04 
Caring for Individual differences In advanced 

chemistry. H. H. Hannan. Scl Ed 49:89-90 

F '65 
Content of the college-preparatory high school 

chemistry course. A. Lander. J Chem Ed 

42:231-2 Ap '65 
Once upon a time; satire. Sch Shop 24:27 F 

•65 
What should we expect from high school 

chemistry? F. X. Sutman. Sci Ed 49:290-3 

Ap '65 

Junior high achoola 
Science, grade 8: properties of mixtures. New 

York (city) Board of education, blbliog 

dIags N Y C Bd Ed Currlc Bui 1964- 

65 no3a:44p 



Teaching <■ 
Vestal. J 



CI. 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CH EM I STRY— Teaching — Continued 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
Courses of study in chemistry at the second- 
ary level in land Hesse. Bayem, and Baden- 
Wtierttemburg, Germany. C. J. Routn. faci 
Ed 48:370-5 O '64 

Great Britain 
Teaching of high school chemistry and phys- 
ics in the CENTO countries: United Kmg- 
dom L. R. Summerlin and S. P. Darrow. 
Sci Ed 49:285-6 Ap '65 

Iran 
Teaching of high school chemistry and Phys- 
ics in the CENTO countries: Iran L. R. 
Summerlin and S. P. Darrow. Sci Ed 49. 
287-8 Ap '65 , ^. , 

Latin America 
Chemical education activities in Ibero- Amer- 
ica J. D. G6mez-Ibanez. J Chem Ed 41: 
586-90 N '64 „ , . , 

Pakistan 

Teaching of high school chemistry and phys- 
ics in the CENTO countries: Pakistan. 
L, R Summerlin and S. P. Darrow. Sci 
Ed 49:286-7 Ap '65 

Russia 
Content of the school chemistry course in the 

light of new requirements. L. A. Tsvetkov. 

Soviet Ed 6:26-35 O '64 . ,^ , .^ 

Teaching organic chemistry in the eleventh 

grade with the new textbook. L. A, 

Tsvetkov. il Soviet Ed 6:27-37 Ap '64 

Turkey 
Teaching of high school chemistry and phys- 
ics in the CENTO countries: Turkey. L. 
R Summerlin and S. P. Darrow. Sci Ed 
49:288-90 Ap '65 

Teaching aids and devices 
Are you buying or just_spending? D. A. 

King, il Sch & Com 51:13+ .F '65 
Catalog of fllmstrips for chemistry teaching. 

E. C? Weaver and L. S. Foster. J Chem Ed 

Chemical crossword puzzle. R. A. Schneider. 
J Chem Ed 41:405 Jl 'M 

Construction and use of a spectroscope in 
high school chemistry. E. T. Kuhn. il 
diSgs Sci Teach 31:62-3^ Ap '64 

Illustrating the nature, of closest packing. 
R E. Whipple, il Sci Teach 31:63 My 64 

Instrumentation teaching fl^iB^^i^.^^-. ,-^1 " 
Eisner. J Chem Ed 41:A491-A4924- Jl; A551- 
A552+ Ag; A607-A608+ S '64 , 

Overhead projection with the ph meter. 
D B. Hoff. il J Chem Ed 41:662 D '64. 

TOPS in chemistry; Tested overhead projec- 
tion series. C. W. Owens, jr. il Tex Outl 
48:22-3 Je '64 , . ^ ^ .^, ., ^ 

Teaching basic chemistry concepts with the 
overhead projector. R. A. Walker, diags 
J Chem Ed 41:663-5 D '64 

Teaching ionic equilibrium: use of log-chart 
transparencies. H.^^Freiser and Q. Fer- 
nando, il J Chem Ed 42:35-8 Ja '65 

Using and producing fllmstrips; low-cost aids 
for chemistry teachers. W. E. Schaap and 
others, il J Chem Ed 42:172-5 Mr '65 

Teaching methods 
Live and filmed laboratories; alternating se- 
quence for general chemistry. C.^ H- Bru- 
baker, jr, and others. J Chem Ed 41:670-1 

D '64 „ , ^. 

Evaluation 

Comparison of the CHEM study curriculum 
and a conventional approach in teaching 
high school chemistry. R. G. Rainey. Sen 
Sci & Math 64:539-44 Je '64 

Tests and scales 

Condensed norms: ACS cooperative examina- 
tions (cont) American chemical society. 
Division of chemical education. J Chem Ed 
42:170-1 Mr '65 

Content of the first course in college chem- 
istry; a survey of examination questions. 
J. A. Young. J Chem Ed 41:477-8 S '64 

Textbooks 

Textbook errors (cont) J Chem Ed 41:343-5, 
392-3, 619-21, 654-5; 42:109-10, 160-1, 223 
Je-Jl, N-D '64, F-Ap '65 

Value 
Perspectives on the role of chemistry in ana- 
lytical chemistry. S. Siggia. J Chem Ed 41: 
624-6 N '64 



CHEMISTRY, Analytic 

Computer grading of small numbers of labo- 
ratory unknowns. S. R. Smith and others. 
J Chem Ed 42:224-5 Ap '65 

Ion exchange in analytical chemistry. H. F. 
Walton. J Chem Ed 42:111-15 F '65 

Modular instrumentation in analytical chem- 
istry. G. W. Ewing. il diags J Chem Ed 
42:32-4 Ja "65 

Perspectives on the role of chemistry in ana- 
lytical chemistry. S. Siggia. J Chem Ed 41: 
624-5 N '64 
See also 

Electrochemical analysis 

Indicators and test papers 

Polarograph and polarography 

Demonstrations 
Demonstrating Job's method with colori- 
meter or spectrophotometer. W. R. Car- 
mody. bibliog J Chem Ed 41:615-16 N '64 

Experiments 

Analysis of potassium bicarbonate. H. 

Nechamkin. diag Sci Teach 31:45 D '64 

Problem solving 
Evolution of problem-solving techniques us- 
ing the analytical tool kit. S. Siggia. J 
Chem Ed 41:329-30 Je '64 

Qualitative 
Notes on qualitative analysis. J Chem Ed 
41:435-42 Ag '64 

Demonstrations 
Qualitative test for the presence of para- 
magnetic species. P. Goldberg, diag J 
Chem Ed 41:450-1 Ag '64 

Experiments 
Improved method for preparing S-alkyliso- 
thiouronium picrates. H. M. Crosby and 
J. B. Entrikin. J Chem Ed 41:360 Jl '64 

Quantitative 
Purification and quantitative recovery of 
materials by a vacuum technique. W. T. 
Rainey, jr, and L. B. Teatts, jr. diag J 
Chem Ed 41:451 Ag '64 

Curriculum, 
Integrated physical -analytical course. J. P. 
Chesick. J Chem Ed 42:199-201 Ap '65 

Experiments 

Fractionating column efficiency; quantitative 
experiment in elementary organic chemis- 
try laboratory. A. Ault. J Chem Ed 41:432-3 
Ag '64 

Student research experiment with multiple 
equilibria. G. M. Fleck. J Chem Ed 42:106-8 
F '65 

Tables, calculations, etc. 
Minimum molecular weight approach for de- 
termining empirical formulas. H. J. Har- 
wood. J Chem Ed 42:222 Ap '65 
CHEMISTRY, Biological. See Biochemistry 
CHEMISTRY, Inorganic 
Application of diffuse reflectance spectro- 
scopy to inorganic chemistry. R. J. H. 
Clark, bibliog diags J Chem Ed 41:488-92 
S '64 
Content of the school chemistry course In 
the light of new requirements. L. A. 
Tsvetkov. Soviet Ed 6:26-35 O '64 

Experiments 
Resolving coordination compounds by a 
second order asymmetric synthesis. G. B. 
Kauffman and others, bibliog J Chem Ed 
41:461-2 Ag "64 
CHEMISTRY, Medical and pharmaceutical 
Achieving ultrapurity in pharmaceuticals by 
zone melting. P. J. Jannke and R. Frie- 
denberg. bibliog J Chem Ed 42:157-60 Mr 
'65 
See also 
Drugs 
CHEMISTRY, Organic 
Content of the school chenaistry course In the 
light of new requirements. L. A. Tsvetkov. 
Soviet Ed 6:2G-35 O '64 
Organic photochemistry and the excited 
state. P. A. Leermakers and G. F. Vesley. 
bibliog diags J Chem Ed 41:535-41 O '64 
See also 
Amines 

Aromatic compounds 
Food — Chemistry 
Silicon organic compounds 

Demonstrations 
Effect of liquid NHs on wood: a demonstra- 
tion of the alcohol structure of cellulose. 
P. R. Hirsch. J Chem Ed 41:605 N '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



107 



CHEMISTRY, Organic — Continued 
Experiments 
Amine catalyzed Perkin condensation: a 
class project. R. Ketcham. J Chem Ed 41: 

5G5 O '04 , j-x. , V, * , 

Basic alumina: source of dinalocarbenes ror 
ortranic laboratory experiments. F. Ser- 
ratosa. biblioe J Chem Ed 41:564 O '64 

Cyclobutane chemistry: a student laboratory 
experiment. F. T. Williams, jr, and S. C. 
Baber. J Chem Ed 41:5fi3 O "64 

Fractionating column efficiency: quantitative 
experiment in elementary orKanic chemis- 
try laboratory. A. Ault. J Chem Ed 41:432-3 
Aff "64 

Polymer synthesis In the underprraduate or- 
franic laboratory. W. R. Sorenson. J Chem 
Ed 42:8-12 Ja '65 

Simple kinetic Investigation of an organic 
reaction mechanism. J. A. Landprei>e. J 
Chem Ed 41:567-8 O "64 

Subject matter 
Homolytlc. catlonotropic. and anionotropic 
reactions; a mechanistic approach to or- 
ganic chemistry. B. E. Iloogenboom. bibllog 
J Chem Ed 41:639-44 D '64 
Place of pol>Tner.s In beginning organic chem- 
istry. C. S. Mar^•el. J Chem Ed 42:3-4 Ja 
'65 

Textbooks 

Teaching organic chemi.stry In the eleventh 

grade with the new textbook. L. A. 

Tsvelkov. II Soviet Ed 6:27-37 Ap '64 
CHEMISTRY. Physical and theoretical 
Physical chemL-^try of cro."»slinl<ed polysulnde 

elastomers. \V. J. MacKnight and others. 

11 dlag J Chem Ed 42:4-7 Ja '65 
Scp. a\so 
Activation 

Chemical equllibriura 
Chemical reaction 
Crystallography 
Diffusion 
Diss ooifit Ion 
Electrolysis 
Equation of stale 
Isotopes 
Liquids 
Mixtures 

Mol^^rular weights 
Periodic sy.stem 
Photochemistry 
Polymers and polymerization 
Radlochemlstry 

Curriculum 

Integrated phvsical-analytical course. J. P. 

Chesick. J Chem Ed 42:lD9-2(n Ap '65 
Physical chemistry for frf.shmen: a rigorous 

introduction. M. Z. Hoffm.in and A. I'rook. 

J Chem Ed 42:188-9 Ap '65 

Experiments 

Adsorption of benzene on silica gel: a high 
vnciiuni experiment. J. C. Han.son and V. 
E .Stafford, bibliog diag J Chem Ed 42: 
SS-91 F '65 

Method for the determination of liquid-vapor 
binary equilibria. S. O. Colgate and It. J. 
Hanrahan. dlag J Chem Ed 41:433-4 Ag '64 

Molecular charge transfer complexes: a 
group experiment In physical chemist rv. 
vV. E. Went worth and others. J Chem Ed 
41:373-9 Jl '64 

Molecular fluorescence experiment for under- 
graduate physical chemistry. J. I. Stcin- 
feld. bIblloK diags J Chem Ed 42:85-7 F 
•65 

Recombination of oxygen atoms In a dis- 
charge (low system. B. A. Thrush, dlag J 
Chem Ed 41:4^9-31 Ag '64 

Tran.'iport numbers and Ionic mobilities by 
the moving boundary method. O. A. Loner- 
gan and P. C. Popper, bibliog diags J Chem 
Ed 42:82-5 F '65 

X-ray crystallography experiment: powder 
patterns for alkali nalldos. F. P. Boer and 
T. H. Jordan. 11 J Chem Ed 42:76-81 F '65 

Subject matter 

Rigorous least squ.ares ad.lustment: applica- 
tion to some non-linear equations. \V. E. 
Wentworth. bibliog J Chem Ed 42:96-103. 
162-7 F-Mr "65 

Thennodynamlcs in the physical chemlstrv 
course. J. L. Dye. J Chem Ed 42:193-6 Ap 
'65 

Teaching 

Teaching of radlol.«otopes In a technical hlt,'h 
school. F. R. Greonbaum. Am Voc J 39:27-9 
My ^'64: Same. Sch Scl & Math 64:599-605 
O '64 



CoJJeoea and univeraitiea 
Teaching physical chemistry; sympositim, with 
introd. by J. Ross. J Chem Ed 42:188-98 

■^P '65 ^ . 

Engineering coUegea 

Physical chemistry in the engineering cur- 
riculum. M. A. Paul and S. H. Bauer. 
J Chem Ed 42:196-8 Ap '65 

Teaching methods 
Teaching physical chemistry at the Massa- 
chusetts in.stitute of technology. I. Amdur. 
J Chem Ed 42:191-3 Ap '65 
CHEMISTRY teachers 

Education 
Education of chemists for teaching. H. A 
Neidlg. Sci Teach 32:21-3 Ap "65 

Education In service 
School-college cooperation In chemistry course 
development: San Antonio school chemistry 
project. P. Westmeyer. Sci Teach 32:33-4 
Ap '65 
CHEMISTS _ 

Attitudes of research chemists. J. R. Hln- 
richs. bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:287-93 O 
•64 
Portrait of a productive research chemist. 
A. Hlrsch. Voc Quid Q 12:295-6 Sum '64 
See also 
Chemistr>' — History 
Women as chemists 

also 
GIbbs. O. W. 
Martinovlrs. I. 
WOhler. F. 

Blo-bibllography 

Booklength biographies of chemists. T. J. 
Hlggins. Sch Scl & Math 65:139-42 F '66 

Education 
Education of chemists. R. H. Dalton: M. A. 
Lauffer; H. A. Neidlg. U Scl Teach 32:17-23 
Ap '65 
Higher school must make a greater contribu- 
tion to the development of chemlstr>'. M. A. 
Prokorev. Soviet Ed 6:24-8 Jl '64 
CH'ENO. Hao. 1032-1085 

Two Chinese phllosophica.! traditions: Pla- 
tonic realism and Kantian Idealism. H. C. 
Siin. Ed Theory 15:40-94- Ja '65 
CH'ENG. Yl. 1033-1108 

Two Chlne,''e philosophical traditions: Pla- 
tonic reall.xm and Kantian Idoali.sm. H. C. 
.Sun. VA Theor>' 15:40-94- Ja '65 
CHESAPEAKE, Virginia 

Public schools 
Chesapo.ike p'anetarlutn, a school and com- 
munity venture. J. B. Vance. 11 Va J Ed 
.';>i?i]-1 Mr '65 

r' • . > stable of talent. H. A. Philips. 

'M 68:16-17 N '64 
( ,■ u.'ies the planetarium. J. B. 

\ .r- .-. .Scl Teach 31:19-20 O '64 

CHESTS 

Coilar che«t. C. W. Close. 11 diags Ind Arts 
& Voc EH 54:40 Ap '65 

CHIAROSCURO 

Artist jr. light and dark, il Art Ed 17:20-8 
N '64 

CHICAGO 

Board of education 
Book gives board's-eye view of administra- 
tion; review of The school board crisis: a 
Chicago case study, by J. Pols. J. M. 
Spinning. Nations Sch 74:8 O '64 

Education 
Summer leadership training toward a fuller 
Christian commltiTient. .Sister Mary Invlo- 
lata. II Cath .Sch J 64:59-60 O '64 

Libraries 
See alao 
Newberry library 

Social conditions 
Patterns of Job discrimination In Chicago. 
W. Karp. bibliog Voc Guld Q 12:290-4 Sum 
•64 

Fenger high school 
Vocational guidance is a continuing school- 
community responsibility. G. Triezenberg 
and S. Katz. Am Sch Bd J 148:19-20 My •64 

James R. Doollttle Jr school 
Chicago school turned Its back on a slum. 
U Nations Sch 74:34-5 D '64 



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CHICAGO — Continued 

Morgan Park high school 
Career counseling program requires tliought- 
ful planning; Information attuned to stu- 
dent interests. M. E. Dwyer. Chicago Sch J 
46:206-10 F '65 

Public schools 
Chicago school survey. R. J. Havighurst. Phi 

Delta Kappan 46:162-6 D '64 
Childrens' problems as seen by a physician. 

I. Abrams. J Sch Health 34:317-25 » '64 
Dr Hauser and the Second law. T. O. Cron. 

Am Sch & Univ 36:41 Je '64 
Driver education program in Chicago public 

schools. L. W. Shapiro, il Chicago Sch J 

46:118-22 D "64 ^.^,. 

Free and inexpensive teaching aids, bibliog 

11 Chicago Sch J 46 sup:l-38 O '64 
High school mathematics curriculum. 1856- 

1964. B. I. Stubblefield. il Chicago Sch J 

46:104-10 D '64 
How to clarify board-staff relationships. 

J. M. Spinning. Nations Sch 73:39-42 Je '64 
Prevalence of deafness in school age children. 

M. H. Powers. Am Ann Deaf 109:410-17 N 

'64 
Program reports from large cities; Chicago 

report. H. P. Bradley. Av Instr 10:45 Ja 

'65 
Purposeful language arts program. L. G. 

Daugherty. Ed 85:481-5 Ap '65 
Social adjustment schools offer positive pro- 
gram; social adjustment attained through 

academic growth. R. P. Sullivan, il Chicago 

Sch J 45:353-8 My '64 
Willis concentrates on quality education for 

all; interview with B. "Willis. Phi Delta 

Kappan 46:159-61 D '64 

Richard E. Byrd school 
Fresh uses of equipment and materials; In- 
structor AV supplement. E. D. Mitch, il 
Instr 74:41-73 Je '65 
CHICAGO city Junior college 
Multi-campus operation in the big city. C. 

G. Erickson. il Jun Col J 35:17-21 O '64 
Shorthand taught by television meets a va- 
riety of needs. R. B. Piette. Bsns Ed Fo- 
rum 19:21-f F '65 
CHICAGO commission on youth welfare 
Research division 
Education-unemployment relationship in Chi- 
cago as revealed in the 1960 census. A. J. 
Hargrett. J Negro Ed 34:121-9 Spr *65 
CHICAGO heart association 
Keeping the high school biology teacher 
knowledgeable and inspired. Mother Mary 
Sebastian, il Am Biol Teach 27:262-5 Ap 
'65 
CHICAGO HEIGHTS. Illinois 

Bloom township high school 
Bloom township high school opens new fresh- 
men-sophomore division, il plan Am Sch Bd 
J 149:23-5 N '64 
CHICAGO musical college of Roosevelt univer- 
sity. See Roosevelt university — Chicago mu- 
sical college 
CHICAGO teachers college north 
Departmental testing in foreign languages; 
program improves testing, guides teaching 
plans. D. J. Holby. Chicago Sch J 46:114-17 
D '64 
CHICAGO test of visual discrimination. See 
Discrimination (psychology) — Tests and 
scales 
CHICAGO. University 
MA-3 at the University of Chicago. R. E. 
Streeter. Sup Stud 6:33-5 Mr '64 
See also 
Conference on reading, University of Chi- 
cago 
Council of ten — Committee on institutional 
cooperation 

Laboratory schools 
John Dewey's design for American educa- 
tion: an analysis of aspects of his work 
at the University of Chicago, 1894-1904. 
A. G. Wirth. Hist Ed Q 4:83-105 Je '64 
F!ee als" 
Chicago. University — University elementary 

school 
Chicago. University — University high school 

University elementary school 
French with slides and tapes; a reappraisal. 
R. Pillet. El Sch J 65:87-91 N '64 

University high school 
Audience of one or 170. J. Kapost. il Ed 
Screen Av G 43:310-11 Je '64 



Pupil-centered classroom encourages learning 
mathematics. G. Junker. Clearing House 
39:300-2 Ja '65 

Team teaching in the arts. R. D. Erickson. 
il J Ind Arts Ed 23:28-9 Ja '64 
CHICKENS 

Day the chicken hatched. B. B. Hoeber. ll 
Tex Outl 48:32-3-f S '64 
CHILD. See Children 
CHILD-adult relationship 

Casework with a child following heart sur- 
gery. H. A. Richman. Children 11:183-8 S 
'64 

Changes in children's verbal behavior as a 
function of social approval, experimenter 
differences, and child personality. V. N. 
Rowley and F. B. Stone. Child Develop 
35:669-76 S '64 

Effects of adult social reinforcement on child 
behavior. F. R. Harris and others, bib- 
liog Young Children 20:8-17 O '64 

Effects of social reinforcement on isolate 
behavior of a nursery school child. K. E. 
Allen and others. Child Develop 35:511-18 
Je '64 

Empatherapy: reaching the emotionally 
disturbed child. R. Denty and W. E. Yates. 
Ed 85:425-7 Mr '65 

Exploratory study of the relation of depend- 
ence upon adult approval and age to chil- 
dren's risk taking. G. Gratch. bibliog Child 
Develop 35:1155-67 D '64 

How does childhood make a teacher? B. 
Wright and S. Tuska. bibliog El Sch J 
65:235-46 F '65 

Price of permissiveness. B. Wright and S. 
Tuska. El Sch J 65:179-83, 393-4 Ja, Ap '65 

Reaching the individual as a person. A. V. 
Keliher. Childh Ed 41:21-4 S '64 

Reality in learning. K. Taylor. Childh Ed 
41:275-6 F '65 

Research in autonomy and responsibility in 
adolescents. J. S. Coleman. Nat Assn Wo- 
men Deans & Counselors J 28:2-9 Fall '64 

Structuring therapy for therapist and stut- 
tering child. E. B. Cooper. J Speech & 
Hearing Dis 30:75-8 F '65 

Therapeutic use of student volunteers. H. 
Reinherz. il Children 11:137-42 Jl '64 

Time and knowledge to share; Project for 
academic motivation. J. Freund. bibliog El 
Sch J 65:351-8 Ap '65 

Values and children. M. M. Jewett. N Y 
State Ed 52:12-13 N '64 

Verbal behavior of retarded children in inter- 
personal assemblies with adults. G. M. 
Siegel and K. E. Donovan, bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:244-52 S '64 
See also 

Parent-child relationship 

Research 

Reinforcement effects of adult reactions and 
nonreactions on children's achievement ex- 
pectations; a replication study. V. C. 
Crandall and others, bibliog Child Develop 
35:485-97 Je '64 
CHILD beating. See Cruelty to children 
CHILD benefit theory. See Church and state 
CHILD care. See Children — Care and hygiene: 
Day nurseries; Infants — Care and hygiene 
CHILD care courses 

Housecraft with a purpose, il Times Ed Sup 
2587:1129 D 18 '64 
CHILD development 

Child from three to eight, with implications 
for reading. F. Ilg. Conf on Read Univ 
Pittsburgh Rep 19:15-24 '63 

Children of change. P. L. Adams, bibliog 11 
Young Children 20:202-8 Mr '65 

Contact between children of different age.« 
in the joint preschool institution. V. G 
Nechaeva. Soviet Ed 6:3-9 My '64 

Delacato in review; symposium. bibliog 
Claremont Read Conf Yrhk 28:119-31 '64 

Diamond in the rough. W. Walker. Sch & 
Com 51:17 N '64 

Don't rob them of their childhood. F. R. 
Horwich. NEA J 54:14-15 P '65 

Helping children grow. R. W. Warren. J Nurs 
Ed 19:227-30 S '64 

Into a world of conflict. F. Schulz. il Int J 
Relig Bd 40:4-5-1- My '64 

Movement patterns in the young child. L. 
Porter, il TIP 3:86-90 Je '64 

Physical -education program contributes to 
child growth and development; Detroit pub- 
lic schools program. D. P. Hussey and 
R. T. Luby. TIP 3:91-4 Je '64 

Psychosexual development in childhood and 
adolescence. P. W. Toussieng. J Sch Health 
35:158-65 Ap '65 

Questions parents ask. H. Heffernan. Grade 
Teach 81:8-1- Je '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



109 



CHILD development — Continued 
Kole of play In child development. L. K. 

Frank. Childh Ed 41:70-3 O '64 
Viewpoint on school readine.^.s; excerpts from 

School readiness: behavior tests used at 

the Gesell institute. F. L. IIk and L,. B. 

Ames. Sch & Soc 92:397-402 D 2f> "64 
Why nursery school for my child? H. Hef- 

fernan. Grade Teach 82:23-4+ S '64 
See also 
Children — LanKuape 
Emotional development 
Growth. Physical 

Infants— Growth and development 
Mentally handicapped children — Growth and 

development 
School children — Growth and development 

Research 

Behavior problems of normal children: a 
comparison between the lay literature and 
developmental research. H. H. Marshall, 
biblloff Child Develop 33:469-78 Je '64 

Children's Intellectual development. J. Hut- 
tenlocher. bibliOK R Ed Res 35:114-21 Ap 
'65 

Developmental comparisons of mentally re- 
tarded and neurotic children. R. Schillace. 
bibliojf Am J Men Denciency 69:211-19 S 
•64 

Developmental features of behaviour and per- 
ception. G. H. Fi.sher. 11 Brit J Ed Psychol 
35:r,9-78 F '65 

Early developmental adversity and classroom 
learning: a prospective Inquiry. T. E. Jor- 
dan, biblloe Am J Men Deficiency 69:360-71 
N '64 

Family experiences related to the develop- 
ment of differentiation in children. R. B. 
Dyk and H. A. Witkln. biblloK Child De- 
velop 36:21-55 Mr '65 

Longitudinal development of Infants and 
younp children with Downs syndrome (mon- 
golism) J. Share nn<i <.fti.-ra blblioR Am J 
Men Deficiency 6S ■ 04 

Longitudinal follow-' latal apnea. G. 

Sfechler. biblios t'l t'P 35:333-48 Je 

'64 

Personality and social development: family 
Influences; lonsr-term stability of person- 
ality and social adjustnumt. R. F. Perk 
and H. G. RIchek. R Ed Res 34:574-5 D 
'64 

Paycholofry of Placet and Its educational ap- 
plications. H. Fischer. Int R VA 10 nol: 
431-40 '64 

Study of twins born at different levels of 
maturity. H. L. Koch, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1265-82 D '64 

Teaching 
Learning venture In East Africa. L. K. Fox. 

11 Childh Ed 41:H43-8 Mr •65 
Teachlnjr for concepts and Rcncrallzntlons In 
home economics educnflon: blir ld<'as njil 
learning. L. A. DIx. Am Voo J 39:19 I) 
'64 
UsInK playschools to teach child develot>- 
menf. L. H. Elsensfeln: J. Kosennulst and 
K. Frel. II Prac Forecast 10:P 10-P 11-4- 
Ja '65 
CHILD development (periodical) 
Editorial. W. E. Martin. Child Develop 35: 

305-9 Je '64 
Editorial. A. E. Sleffcl. Child Develop 36: 
1-5 Mr '65 
CHILD guidance. See Personnel service 
CHILD guidance clinics 
Coniinunlcatlon between a mental health 
clinic and the schools. J. Wolllnifton. Pcr- 
.sonnel & Guld J 43:616-18 F '65 
CHILD health. See Children— Care and hyRlene 
CHILD labor 

Great Britain 
Allo>;atlons at Crawley: worklnsr children. 
Tlnios i:d Sup 2562:1775 Je 26 "64 
CHILD labor laws and legislation 

Federal law and children. J. M. Lumley. 
Childh Kd 41:22.'?-fi .In T,.'", 
CHILD mortality. See Infant mortality 
CHILD-parent relationship. See Parent-child 

relationship 
CHILD placing 

Study of factors Influencing placement of 
retarded children In a state residential in- 
stitution. B. V. Graliker and others. Am 
J Men Deficiency 69:553-9 Ja "65 
See also 
Adoption 

Foster home care 
CHILD psychiatry 
Antisocial child and the school. M. Farrasrher. 

Sch R 72:472-89 Wint '64 
Caseworker's role in .""mall erroup homes. A. 
Seidman. Children 12:19-22 Ja '65 



Psychiatric aspects of mongolism. F. J. 

Menola^cino. biblios Am J Men Deficiency 

69:65:^-60 Mr '65 
Psychiatrv- in public schools: psychiatric serv- 
ices undesirable. T. S. Szasz. Teach Col Rec 

66:57-63 O '64 
Role of drugs in treating disturbed children. 

L Eisenberg. bibiiog Children 11:167-73 S 
64 
School centered play-therapy program E. D. 

Alexander. Personnel & Guid J 43:256-61 N 

'64 
Suicide in childhood and adolescence. M. 

Clark. 11 NEA J 53:32-3-1- N '64 
Suicide in children and adolescents. J. M. 

Lampe. J Sch Health 34:390-1 O '64 
^ee also 
Children — Nen-ous and mental disorders 
CHILD psychology 
Learning multiplication through the Steiner 

method. E. Ogletree. 11 Chicago Sch J 46: 

149-54 Ja '65 
Miss Parkhurst. Mr Xeill and Tony: a con- 
versation about delinquency, ii Tunes Ed 
,Sup 2555:1254-5 My 8 '64 
New focus on the American student as a 

learner. \V. Q. Daniel. J Negro Ed 34:1-4 

Wint '65 
Psychological evaluation of children who had 

neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. D. Van Camp. 

Am J Men Deficiency 6S:S03-6 My '64 
Psychological foundation-^ of child training. 

M. A. rurti.«. Cath Sch J 64:60 N '64 
Psychosexual development in childhood and 

adolescence. P. W. Toussieng. J Sch Health 

3.'.:15S-65 Ap '65 
Questions parents ask. H. Hefternan. Grade 

Teach 81:84- Je '64 
Social factors in treating burned children. 

R. Cowin. Children 11:229-33 N '64 
What do they need to play with? with study- 
discussion program by D. Harris and 10. 

Harris. R. H. Ojemann. ii fVA Mag 59: 

37-9. 4.1-4 F '65 
Your child and discipline. R. Dreikurs and 

V. .Soltz NRA J 54:33-47 Ja '65 

>'ogy 
hip 
1 • rmhip 

Research 
Behavior problems of nornuil children: a com- 
pari.><on between the lay literature and de- 
velopmental re.search. Ii. H Marshall, bib- 
Mntr Oil!. I D.v.iop 35:169-78 Je '64 
I ms: early and middle 

the literature for the 
mce April 1959. American 
i-uiM- 111. .11111 r> -^•••■irch a.s."5oclatlon. bibliog 
K i;(l Res 35:1(13-64 Ap "65 
Psychology of Piaget and its educational ap- 
plications. H. Fischer. Int R Ed 10 no4: 
4:1 -40 -64 

CHILD psychology students. See Psychology 

students 
CHILD refugees. See Refugee children 
CHILD study 

Comparisons of Incipient music responses 
among very youtig twins and singletons. 
G. M. Simons. J Res Mus Ed 12:212-26 
Fall '64 

Do you understand the language of behavior? 
M. R. Wolsbord. Volta R 66:610-14 O '64 

Effect of effort on value: an exiiloraiorv 
study of children. M. Lewis, bibliog Child 
Develop ."^^ :i:i.a-42 D '64 

Effects of punishment on a cooperative be- 
havior in children. H. P. Weingold and 
R. L. Webster. Child Develop 35:1211-16 D 
'64 

Experimental study of curlo.slty In children. 
L. R. Mlttman and G. Terrell, bibliog Child 
Develop 35:851-5 S '64 

Exploratory study of the relation of depend- 
ence uiion adult approval and age to chil- 
dren's risk taking. G. Gratch. bibliog 
Child Develop 35:1155-67 D '64 

Alodlfication of nonverbal behavior through 
reinforcement of related verbal behavior. 
J. A. Sherman. Child Develop 35:717-23 S 
'64 

Naturalistic studies of classroom learning: 
psychological ecology. C. P. Baldwin. R Ed 
Hes 35:1(17-8 Ap '65 

IVogram for first-graders In Chattanooga 
public schools. A. I... Shiplev and B. L 
Broman. 11 Childh Ed 41:420-3 Ap '65 

Relation of crjing activity in earlv infancy 
to speech and Intellectual development at 
ago throe years. S. Karelitz and others, bib- 
liog Child Develop 35:769-77 S '64 

Study of twins born at different le»-els of 
maturity. H. I^. Koch, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1265-^2 D '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILD study — Continued „ „ . ,. , 

They really want to know. E. M. Anglm and 
M L. Carroll. J Teach Ed 15:303-9 S '64 
See also 
Child development 
Child psychology 
Chil dren — Lan Kuase 
Childrens interests 
Childrens questions , . , 
Moving pictures in child study 
Parent-child relationship 
Play „.^,. 

Bibliography 

Books (cont of) Book page. See issues of 
Young- children (cont of) Journal of nursery 
education . . 

Methodology 

Circumplex model for social behavior in chil- 
dren W. C. Becker and R. S. Krug. bibliog 
Child Develop 35:371-96 Je '64 

Experimental procedures for. analyzmg the 
interaction of symbolic social stimuli and 
children's behavior. O. I. Lovaas and others. 
biblioR il Child Develop 36:237-47 Mr '65 
CHILD study laboratories 

Child laboratories on university campuses, 
c: Landreth. Child Develop 35:989-92 S '64 

CHILD training ^ ^. -, ^ ^ 

Child-rearing attitudes of disadvantaged 
Negro mothers and some educational ..im- 
plications. N. Radin and C. K. Kamii. J 
Negro Ed 34:138-46 Sor '65 

Childrearing antecedents of audience sensitiv- 
ity. A. Paivio. bibliog Child Develop 35:397- 
416 Je '64 , . 

Childrearing antecedents of repression-sen- 
sitization. D. Byrne, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1033-9 D '64 .^, ^ ^ ^. 

Child's questions about sex; with study-dis- 
cussion program by R. Strang. H. H. 
Comly. bibliog il PTA Mag 59:7-9. 35 Ja '65 

Don't rob them of their childhood. F. R. 
Horwich. NEA J 54:14-15 F '65 

Forgive the little children. J. Wellington, il 
PTA Mag 58:12-14 Je '64 

Helping the child who steals. P. J. Hampton. 
Childh Ed 41:242-3 Ja '65 

Note on parent attitudes toward independ- 
ence training and the academic achieve- 
ment of their children. M. C. Shaw. J Ed 
Psychol 55:371-4 D '64 

Price of permissiveness. B. Wright and S. 
Tuska. El Sch J 65:179-83. 393-4 Ja, Ap '65 

Psychological foundations of child training. 
M. A. Curtis. Cath Sch J 64:60 N '64 

Sex upbringing of the rising generation. V. 
N. Kolbanovskii. Soviet Ed 6:3-14 S '64 

Social life in the grades; with study-discus- 
sion program by D. Harris and E. Harris. 
E. J. LeShan. bibliog il PTA Mag 59:20-2, 
34-6 Mr '65 

Statistical analysis of teachers' and non- 
teaching parents' attitudes toward child 
rearing practices; abstract of doctoral 
thesis. C. D. Thompson. J Home Econ 56: 
401-2 Je '64 

Study of stereotypes in the caretaking of 
English children. M. E. Hebron and W. 
London. Brit J Ed Psychol 34:125-31 Je '64 

When children misbehave. L. W. Sauer. PTA 
Mag 59:23-4 Mr '65 

Tour child and discipline. R. Dreikurs and 
V. Soltz. NEA J 54:33-47 Ja '65 
See also 

Discipline 

Home 

Moral education 

Obedience 

Parent-child relationship 

Punishment 

Research 

Child-control through a coalition with God. 
C. Z. Nunn. Child Develop 35:417-32 Je '64 

Father in contemporary culture and cur- 
rent psychological literature. J. Nash, bib- 
liog Child Develop 36:261-97 Mr '65 

Personality and social development: family 
influences; child rearing practices and at- 
titudes. R. F. Peck and H. G. Richek. 
R Ed Res 34:575-84 D '64 

Teaching the profoundly retarded self-help 
activities by behavior shaping techniques. 
G. J. Bensberg and others. Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:674-9 Mr '65 
CHILD welfare 
See also 

Children — Care and hygiene 

Cruelty to children 

Day nurseries 

Juvenile courts 

United Nations childrens fvmd 

Visiting housekeepers 



Case studies 
Homemaker service in neglect and abuse: 
a tool for case evaluation. E. A. Stringer, 
il Children 12:26-9 Ja '65 

Laws and legislation 

See Children — Law 

Europe 
How child care workers are trained in Europe. 
V. G. Hromadka. Children 11:219-22 N '64 

Great Britain 
Limits of behaviour. Times Ed Sup 2577:598 
O 9 '64 

Hawaii 
Prenatal clinic in a rural area in Hawaii. K. 
T. Kumabe. il Children 11:214-18 N '64 

Hungary 

P6t children's town; the Makarenko approach, 
il Times Ed Sup 2584:974 N 27 '64 

Illinois 
How school can aid the abused child; prin- 
cipal's role central in protecting children. 
M. E. M. Batinich. il Chicago Sch J 46:57-62 
N '64 

Missouri 
Homemaker service in neglect and abuse; 
strengthening family life. L. Foresman. il 
Children 12:23-6 Ja '65 

Scotland 
Changes in the team; recognition of a Scot- 
tish idea? Times Ed Sup 2580:763 O 30 '64 

United States 

Child welfare services. United States. Chil- 
drens bureau, il US Child Bur Pub 406: [1- 
44] '63 

Children problems and services in child wel- 
fare prograins. United States. Childrens 
bureau. US Child Bur Pub 403:1-291 '63 

Federal law and children. J. M. Lumley. 
Childh Ed 41:223-6 Ja '65 

Progress and issues in child welfare services. 
M. O. Hunt, il Children 12:55-61 Mr '65 
^ee also 

Joint conference on children and youth 

White House conference on children and 
youth, 1960 
CHILD welfare league of America 

Children problems and services in child wel- 
fare programs. United States. Childrens 
bureau. US Child Bur Pub 403:1-291 '63 
CHILD welfare workers. See Social workers 
CHILDBIRTH 

Activity in the human newborn as related 
to delivery difficulty. B. J. McGrade and 
others. Child Develop 36:73-9 Mr '65 

Early developmental adversity and classroom 
learning: a prospective inquiry. T. E. Jor- 
dan, bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 69:360- 
71 N '64 
CHILDHOOD education association. See Asso- 
ciation for childhood education International 
CHILDREN 

Don't rob them of their childhood. F. R. 
Horwich. NEA J 54:14-15 F '65 

Faces of childhood; photographs. Art Ed 18: 
13-16 Mr '65 

Rights of children. L. A. Sepez. Childh Ed 
41:231-4 Ja '65 
(See also 

African children 

Birth order 

Chamorro speaking chUdren 

Chinese children 

Crippled children 

Family life 

Indians of North America — Children 

Negro children 

Nursery school children 

Preschool children 

Problem children 

Puerto Rican children 

School children 

Tibetan children 

Anecdotes, sayings, etc. 

Bright sayings; unconscious witticisms 
gleaned from classrooms. D. Bright, il 
Tex Outl 48:40 N '64 

Children's reactions to November 22, 1963. 
J. D. McAulay. Pa Sch J 113:108+ N '64 

Reaction of preschool children to the assassi- 
nation of President Kennedy. H. K. Cuf- 
faro. Young Children 20:100-5 N '64 

Anthropometry 
Physical status and noncontinuous mother- 
ing. D. Pease and N. Lysen. bibliog J 
Home Econ 56:615-18 O '64 



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111 



CHILDREN — Anthropometry — Continued 

Prediction from human fetal meaiiurea. J. 

Bernard. Child Develop 35:1243-8 D 64 
Relationships between standing broad jump 
and various maturational. anthropometric, 
and strength tests of twelve-year-old boys. 
H. H. Clarke and E. W. Desutis. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Kec Res Q 
35 pt 1:258-64 O '64 
Skeletal maturation of southern Chinese chil- 
dren. W. D. Low and others, bibllog Child 
Develop 35:1313-36 D '64 

Care and hygiene 

Alertinj? parents to eye problems of the 
young child. F. Schwartz. Sight-SavinK R 
34:157-9 Fall '64 ^ ^ ^ 

Conference on group care. C. P. Gershenson. 
Children 12:12o Mv '65 

Illness among children; data from U.S. na- 
tional health survey. United States. Chil- 
drens bureau. US Child Bur Pub 405:1-107 
'63 

Unmarried mothers who kept their babies: 
Social welfare research, inc. YWCA. Cin- 
cinnati. E. F. Reed, il Children 12:118-19 
My '65 

View of health services for mothers and chil- 
dren. E. Davens. 11 map Children 12:47-54 
Mr '65 

Your child's health. L. W. Sauer. See issues 
of PTA magazine 
See al3o 

Child care courses 

Charities, protection, etc. 
Abused child. K. B. Oettinger. Chlldh Ed 

41:235-7 Ja '65 , , , ^,. , 

Children problems and services In child wel- 
fare programs. United States. Chlldrens 
bureau. US Child Bur Pub 403:1-291 '63 
tiee alao 
Foster home care 

Crime 
Bee Juvenile delinquency 

Day care 

Bee Day nurseries 

Diseases 
Allergic paracusis: new allergic syndrome. V. 
D. Szanton and \V. C. Szanlon. bibllog 
Volta U 66:24>i-r.2 My '64 
Illness among chlldron: data from U.S. na- 
tional health survey. United Stales. Chll- 
drens bureau. US Child Bur Pub 405:1-107 
•63 
Your child's health. L. W. Sauer. See issues 
of PTA magazine 
See also 
Heart — Diseases 
Paralysis 

Education 

Bee Education: Education of children 

Employment 
Bee Child labor 

Hospitals 

Casework with a child following heart sur- 
gery. H. A. Rlchman. Children 11:183-8 
S '64 

Constructive uses of a hospital experience; 
Boston floating hospital, of the Tufts New 
England medical center. M. F. Shore and 
others, bibllog 11 Children 12:3-8 Ja '65 

Institutional care 

Constructive uses of a hospital experience. 
M. F. Shore and others, blbliog 11 Children 
12:3-8 Ja '65 

Effect of out-of-home care on mongoloid chil- 
dren: a continuation study. D. Shlpe and 
A. M. Shotwell. bibllog Am J Men Deficiency 
69:649-52 Mr '05 

Effect of out-of-home care on the Intellectual 
and social development of mongoloid chil- 
dren. A. M. Shotwell and D. Shijie. blbliog 
Am J Men Dellclency 68:693-9 My '64 

Effect of supplenientarj' experiences upon 
the behavioral development of Infants in 
Institutions. Y. Sayegh and W. Denni.«. 
Child Develop 36:81-90 Mr '65 

Factors associated with parental decision to 
institutionalize mongoloid children. N. D. 
Stone and J. J. Parnicky. bibllog Train 
Sch Bui 61:163-72 F '65 

From a state hospital to a children's In- 
stitution. D. C. Harvey. Children 11:132-6 
Jl '64 

Hospital through a child's eyes, M. L. Adams 
and D. C. Berman. 11 Children 12:102-4 
My '65 



How child care workers are trained in 
Europe. V. G. Hromadka. Children 11:219-22 
N '64 

Study of factors influencing placement of 
retarded children in a state residential in- 
stitution. B. V. Graliker and others. Am 
J Men Deficiency 69:553-9 Ja '65 

Language 

Adults versus children in second -language 
learning: psychological considerations. D. P. 
Au.-^ubel. Mod Lang J 4S:420-4 N '64 

Building a language foundation at the pre- 
school level. L. Grammatico. Volta R 
66:378-82 S '64 «* « 

Characteristics and needs of students that 
affect learning. R. J. Havighurst. Conf on 
Read Univ Chicago 26:7-16 '64 

Developing language through vertical learn- 
ing and horizontal association. Sister James 
Lorene. Volta R 67:201-7 Mr '65 

Development of the speech and environmental 
orientation of two-year-olds. G. Liamina, 
Soviet Ed 6:15-23 My '64 

Dvnamics of the differential diagnosis of 
language impaired children. J. Stark. 
Speech Teach 13:310-12 N '64 

Early language study for slum children. Sch 
& Soc 92:3l^^- .N 2S '64 

Effect of oral and written patterns of lan- 
guage ."tructure on reading comprehension: 
with comment.^ hy T. Cl}-mer. R. B. Ruddell. 
bil.lioc Read Teach 18:270-5 Ja '65 

Examining the language behavior of deaf 
children. BO. Hart and J. Rosenstein. 
Volta R 66:679-82 N '64 

Expressive inner language for the deaf 
through a descriptive grammar progrram. 
A. Gantenbein. Volta R 66:521-5 S '64 

How speecii grows; with siudy-discusslon 
program l.v R. Strang. M. M. Lewis. II 
I'T.V .Mag 59:S-10. 35 N '64 

Language and percej>tion. D. A. Harrington. 
Volta R 67:191-6 .Mr '65 

IvinguHge and the habit of credulity. R, Q. 
StnufTer. lilhlloc- Kl Knt'l 42-:^r,2-9 Ap '65 

I-",''""- •■■' •'■- ■•■•■' ,-hiid. M. Joes. 

■l 

1. E. H. Len- 

...: 1. . i ..2-77 Spr '64 

..Co apt<ioiu.h in reading 

V. Allen. Conf on Read Unlv 



nicnt iiv 

I'.'-Kl 'V< 



rig; with com- 

' K. Marquardt. 

1 D 64 

■ hool children, by 

A. T. Burrows; E. 

My '64 

11 III tn(! Lexington school 

15. O. Hart. Volta R 66:468-73 

•''""■ yesterday, today, and 
lan. bibllog diags Excep 

1 early reading Inatruc- 

172-8 D'64 bibllog Read Teach 18: 

Listening centers In the kindergarten. L. O. 

Gotkin and F. Fondlller. Av Instr 10:24-6 

Ja 65 
Methp.l.^ for the bilingual child. D. C. Chlng. 

bihllog i:i Engl 42:2f-7 Ja '65 
New focus on^ the American student as a 

leiirner. VV. G. Daniel. J Negro Ed 34:1-4 

\\ irit i.i 
f^' orders In young children: a 

of thinking. W. G. Hardy. 

.p. ' "h & Hearing Dls 30:3-16 P 

^^' language and printed-word reading. 
C-^E^^Amsden. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 

Pediatrics and disorders In communication; 
hearing loss In Infants and young pre- 
school children, with particular reference 

V°ou'r^'?6':3lT-iy'jr6*4°"- °- ^- ^°'''"^°"- 
Phonetlc-llngulstic view of the reading con- 
troversy. A. J Bronsteln and E. M. Bron- 
steln. Speech Mon 32:25-35 Mr '65 
Planning for the language development of 
disadvantaged children and youth E S 
Newton, bibllog J Negro Ed 33:264^74 Sum 
64; Same. 31:167-77 Spr '65 
Potential educational risks: children who 
have dimcultles in oral languagef^irin^ 
ffd^sp^lllng. K. de Hlrsch. Chndh Ed 41? 

Psychological aspejits of bllinguallsm. D. T 
Hakes, bibllog Mod Lang J 49:220-7 Ao '65 

Sing and tell; with studv-dlscusslon program 
by R. Strang. D. K. Osborn and P. p w 
lOiapp. blblToK 11 PTA Ma« 69:7-9. U ui 

DO 



112 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILDREN— Lansuage — Continued 

Social and psychological perspectives on the 
development of the disadvantaged learner 
M. Deutsch. bibliog J Negro Kd 33:232-44 
Sum '64 , J 1 „ 

Social class in relation to language develop- 
ment. S. Feldman. N Y Soc Bxp Study 
Ed Yrbk 1963:126-8 ^ , ^ , 

Speculation, on the nature of language devel- 
opment. Li. N. Nelson, bibliog Childh lid 
41:363-6 Mr '65 ^ , v, ™, i-t„. 

Speech pathology and mental subnormality. 
a personal conception. A. 1. Murphy, bib- 
liog il J Ed 147:25-44 O '64. 

Teaching language to the individual deaf 
child. G. T. Lloyd. Am Ann Deaf 109.359- 

Three processes in the child's acquisition of 
syntax. R. Brown and U. Bellugi. Harvard 
Ed R 34:133-51 Spr '64 

Verbal ability of the culturally different. J. 
Olsen. Ed Forum 29:280-4 Mr '60: Same. 
Read Teach 18:552-6 ^Ap '65 . . 

Verbal behavior of retarded children in inter- 
personal assemblies with adults, u. m. 
Siegel and K. E. Donovan, bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 69:244-52 S m;4 „„ .„ 

Who are the disadvantaged.' R. J. Mavig- 
hurst. Ed 85:455:? Ap •65 >, o t? t 

Who are the socially disadvantaged? R.,„J- 
Havighurst. J Negro Ed 33:210-17 Sum '64; 
Same. 34:39-46 Wint '65; Same cond. Ed 

Words ^that are ours; beaiitiful for speaking. 
B W Overstreet. il PTA Mag 69:26-8 
Mr '65 
gee also 
Speech sounds ^ , 

Research 

Acquisition of language habits in first, 
second, and third grade boys. E. Zigler and 
others, bibliog Child Develop 35:725-36 S 
'64 

Analysis of word sounds by young children. 
D. J. Bruce, bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34: 
158-70 Je '64 , , ^ . , 

Children's intellectual development; acquisi- 
tion of language. J. Huttenlocher. R Ed 
Res 35:114-16 Ap '65 

Developmental patterns in the use of modifi- 
ers as modes of conceptualization. F. J. 
Di Vesta, bibliog Child Develop 36:185-213 

Mr '65 , ... ^ « .. 

Differential diagnosis of auditory deficits; a 
review of the literature. J. Reichstein and 
J. Rosenstein. bibliog Excep Child 31:73- 
82 O '64 , , ^. T, 

First-grade children's language patterns R. 
Strang and M. E. Hocker. El Engl 42:38-41 

Language functions in mental retardation: 
a review. O. Spreen. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:482-94 Ja '65 . 

Psycholinguistic abilities of institutionalized 
and non-institutionalized trainable mental 
retardates. M. W. Mueller and S. J. Weaver, 
bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68:775-83 My 
'64 

Social class differentials in vocabulary ex- 
pansion. G. Jahoda. Brit J Ed Psychol 34: 
321-3 N '64 , . .. „ 

Study of bilingualism among children of Tj. S.- 
French parents. R. W. M6traux. bibliog 
French R 38:650-65 Ap '65 

Syntactic rules used by children from pre- 
school through first grade. P. Menyuk. 
Child Develop 35:533-46 Je '64 

Written composition at ten years as an as- 
pect of linguistic development; a longi- 
tudinal study continued. O. C. Sampson, 
bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 34:143-50 Je '64 

Law 

Federal law and children. J. M. Lumley. 
Childh Ed 41:223-6 Ja '65 

Juvenile protection; sale of alcoholic bever- 
ages to persons under the age of twenty- 
one. F. T. Wood, Jr. N Y State Ed 52:28 
Mr '65 

Legislation; ed. by A. Eliot and E. Pitcher. 
See issues of Young children October 1964- 

Youth and the law; the Family court act of 

New York state offers legal protection to 

its youth. C. M. Wetterer and P. M. 

Margulies. Clearing House 38:532-4 My '64 

See also 

Parent and child (law) 

Management and training 
See Child training 

Mental hygiene 
Advice to parents on their child's mental 
health. Ky Sch J 42:28 My '64 



Approaches to pre-school screening. D. C. 

Klein and E. Lindemann. J Sch Health 34: 

365-73 O '64 
Casework with a child following heart sur- 
gery. H. A. Richman. Children 11:183-8 

S '64 
Constructive uses of a hospital experience. 

M. F. Shore and others, bibliog il Children 

12:3-8 Ja '65 
Explorations and discourse on school failures. 

K. C. Colter. Cath Ed R 62:169-82 Mr '64 
Factor a,nalytic study of the mental health 

domain at the elementary school level. J. 

C. Bledsoe. J Exp Ed 33:99-102 Fall '64 
Guidance: too little, too late? R. H. Bradfleld. 

Calif J Ed Res 16:42-5 Ja '65 
Interpersonal relations and school achieve- 
ment. G. M. Lewis. Children 11:235-6 N '64 
Issues in mental health. J. W. Gordon. See 

issues of Instructor through June 1964 
Listen for the trouble signs. B. K. Smith. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:7-9 F '65 
Mental health in the classroom. J. Withall. 

bibliog J Teach Ed 15:193-9 Je '64 
Optimum learning in the primary grades fol- 
lowing mental health precepts. A. Nowell. 

Calif Ed 1:25-6-1- Ap '64 
Preventive mental hygiene for children. R. 

J. McAllister. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61: 

342-52 Ag '64 
Program for preventing school malad.iust- 

ment. F. Young. Sch & Com 50:16-174- My 

'64 
School and self-understanding. J. Samler. 

bibliog Harvard Ed R 35:55-70 Wint '65; 

Discussion. 35:216-20 Spr '65 
School's role in mental health programs. S. W. 

Olmsted. Minn J Ed 45:22 N '64 
Social class and mental Illness in children. 

J. Q. Baker and N. N. Wagner, bibliog 

Teach Col Rec 66:522-36 Mr '65 
Student anxiety. F. F. Lighthall. 11 NEA J 

53:26-8 D '64 
Teacher's role in mental health. J. C. Bentley. 

Ed Forum 29:199-205 Ja '65 

Nervous and mental disorders 

Behavior: disturbed or disturbing? R. R. 
Kyllonen. NEA J 53:50-2 S '64 

Caseworker's role in small group homes. A. 
Seidman. Children 12:19-22 Ja '65 

Crafts for severely disturbed children. M. D. 
Lansing. Excep Child 31:421-5 Ap '65 

Depth consultation with parents. E. C. 
Crocker. Young Children 20:91-9 N '64 

Developmental comparisons of mentally re- 
tarded and neurotic children. R. Schillace. 
bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 69:211-19 S '64 

Devereux child behavior rating scales: a 
study of symptom behaviors in latency age 
atypical children. G. Spivack and M. Le- 
vine. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68:700- 
17 My '64 

Emotionally disturbed and socially inade- 
quate. W. C. Kvaraceus. Ed 85:91-7 O '64 

Emotionally disturbed: how much do they 
benefit from the regular classroom? M. Sie- 
mens. Ohio Sch 42:28-9 My '64 

Empatherapy: reaching the emotionally 
disturbed child. R. Denty and W. E. Yates. 
Ed 85:425-7 Mr '65 

Experimental total push program for emo- 
tionally disturbed adolescents. S. C. Kup- 
femian and R. A. Ulmer. Personnel & Guid 
J 42:894-8 My '64 

Extent of academic retardation in a resi- 
dent ia! treatment center. P. S. Graubard. 
J Ed Res 58:78-80 O '64 

From a state hospital to a children's institu- 
tion. D. C. Harvey. Children 11:132-6 
Jl '64 

Helping the emotionally disturbed child. B. 
Meiselman. il Wis J Ed 97:]2-15 F '65 

Hierarchy of educational tasks for children 
with learning disorders. F. M. Hewett. 
bibliog il Excep Child 31:207-14 D '64 

Identification and diagnosis of social and 
emotional problems that affect reading in- 
struction. R. Robbins. Conf on Read Univ 
Chicago 26:196-200 '64 

Language disorders in childhood; childhood 
psychosis. E. H. Lenneberg. Harvard Ed R ■ 
34:160-3 Spr '64 

Listen for the trouble signs. B. K. Smith, j 
il Int J Relig Ed 41:7-9 F '65 

Mental health in the classroom. J. Withall. 
bibliog J Teach Ed 15:193-9 Je '64 

Motivational reading program for disturbed 
children. N. L. Miller. Excep Child 31: 
91-2 O '64 

Neurologically handicapped child and hia 
learning and reading problems. J. W. 
Howe. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 28:132- 
6 '64 

One school teacher and one deeply disturbed 
child. E. Sollish. Grade Teach 82:110-144- 
Ja '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



113 



CHILDREN — Nervous and mental disorders 

— Continued 
Preparation of school personnel for mental 

health functions. P. D. Schaefer. J Sch 

Health 34:383-5 O '64 
Problems in developing a reading program for 

retarded educables. J. M. Lesnik. blblioe 

El Enel 42:249-53 Mr '65 
PsycholoKical evaluation of children who had 

neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. D. Van Camp. 

Am J Men Deficiency G8:803-6 My '64 
Reading skills In emotionally di.^turbed, in- 
stitutionalized adolescents. H. E. Shimota. 

bibliosc J Ed Res 58:106-11 N '64 
Role of drugs in treating disturbed children. 

L. Eisenberg. bibliotr Children 11:167-73 

S '64 
School follow-up study of children discharged 

from a psychiatric hospital. J. L. Johnson 

and E. Z. Rubin. Excep Child 31:19-24 

S '64 
School's role in mental health programs. S. W. 

Olmsted. Minn J Ed 45:22 N '64 
Teacher and the emotionally disturbed child. 

D. Hallowltz. El Sch J 6.S:33-7 O '64 
Teacher and the rehabilitation of the emo- 
tionally disturbed child. S. S. Radin. J 

Sch Health 35:97-100 Mr '65 
Therapeutic use of student volunteers. H. 

Relnherz. il Children 11:137-42 JI '64 
Toward a broader concent of the role of 

the .special class for emotionally di.>«furbed 

children, P. Knoblock and R. A. Garcea. 

Excep Child .■?! :.'i29-:!5 Mr '65 
Untrained 8i)ecialist leads the emotionally 

disturbed from circles to spirals. Sl.ster 

James Lorene. Cath Sch J 64:37-9 S '64 
Working with children who won't go to 

.«<chool. I. N. Berlin. Children 12:109-12 My 

'65 
fiee also 
Epileptics 

Riblinoraphv 
Selected references from the Ilterattire on 

exceptlon.'il children; emotionally di.sturbod. 

ed. by \V. C. Kvaraccus and B. Blatt 

(cont) El Sch J 65:222-3 Ja '65 

Nutrition 
See ali^o 
Nursery school children — Nutrition 
School children — Nutrition 

Religion 
Can faith be taught? L. H. DeWolf. 11 Int J 

Rellg Ed 41:1S-19 S '64 
How to help children to know Ood. I... H. 

DeWolf. II Int J Kollg Ed 41:4-54- Ja '65 
How to help children to know the Bible. 

F. W. Eastman, it Int J Rellg Ed 41:8-9 

D '64 
My h<'li> corneth from the T^ord. D. B. Treat. 

II Int J U.'llir Ed 40:3 Jo T.i 
Religious concepts affect dally living. M. E. 

Venable. 11 Inf J Rellg Ed 40:lfi-l7-4- J| '64 
Start with chlldren'.s Interc.sts. H. Munson. 

II Int J Rellg Ed 41:3-4 D '64 
What do teachers really .say? A. Keith-Lucas. 

11 Int J Rellcr Ed 41:lft D "64 
What Is the HII.Io? F. W. Eastman, il Int 

J Rellg Ed 41:8-94- O '64 

Rr search 
Child concepts of God. (). E. Oraebnor. Rellg 

Kd 59:234-41 My '64 
Children's thinking alwiut religion: a studv 
of concrete operational thinking. P. J. 
Lawrence, bibllog Rellg Ed 60:111-16 Mr '65 
Rolatlon.'<hii> of religious oli.'iorvance to faith: 
an attonipt at a developmental lntert>re- 
tatlon. J. N. Llobornian. Rellg Ed 59:253- 
7 My '64 

Suicide 
See Suicide 

Connecticut 
Fee n!.<>n 
School children — Connectictit 

Great Britain 
See al'to 
School children — Great Britain 

Illinois 
See nlsn 
School children — Illinois 

Ohio 

See n/,9o 
School children — Ohio 

Scotland 
See nUo 
School children — Scotland 

Taiwan 
See nlsn 
School children — Taiwan 



United States 
Children and poverty. H. L. Witmer. il 
Children 11:207-13 N '64 

West Indies 
See also 
School children — West Indies 
CHILDREN, Adopted. See Adoption 
CHILDREN. Backward 
Delay of reward and learning in mentally 
retarded and normal children. E. M. Heth- 
erington and others. Child Develop 35:653-9 
S ■t)4 
Effects of praise and reproof on paired-as- 
sociate learning in educationally retarded 
children. H. Van de Riet. bibliog J Ed 
P.sychol '■5:139-43 Je '64 >^ ^ ^v^ 

Po.«ition reversal vs. dimension reversal in 
normal and retarded children. N. A. Mil- 
grain and H. G. Furth. bibliog Child De- 
velop 35:701-8 S "64 
Who are the educationally retarded? W. B. 
Barbe bibliog Ed 85:451-4 Ap '65 
See alao 
High .^'"liool students. Mentally Inferior 
Junior high school students. Mentally inferior 
Mentally handicapped children 

Education 
Curriculum for the slow-learning deaf child. 

L. E. Stolp. Volta R 66:494-8 S '64 
Even the slow must start. B. Shawn. N Y 

State Ed 52:8-9 D 64 
Groping in the dark; released by music. 

Times Ed Sup 2.'>67:173 Jl 31 "64 
Handwrltmg and the slow learner. A. Mc- 

Elravy. El Engl 41:H65-8 D '64 
Helping retarded and accelerated students. 

Sister Mary Josetta. il Cath Sch J 64:28-30 

N '64 
How to sell parents on special education. 

O. Q. Dahlem. Sch Mgt 9:1184- F '65 
Indu-itrial art.n activities for children with 

Individual dirferonce.-!. R. M. Smith, il J 

Ind .\r'-« Kd 2:!:2I-1 Mv '64 
Jack wouldii t ilri\v' D Von Bargen. il Arts 

* Actlvit . X T.l 

Mentally !■ lildreii In regular pro- 

gram.s. II an J Ed 147:101-4 O '64 

Overlooked i'(>-iil\is of dL-tadvantaged groups. 

F. Rlf.^.Mman. J Neu-ro Ed 33:225-31 Sum 

•64: Panr' ?l-:r'>.r Spr '65 
r*roblc ■ iiic a reading program 

for p.-^ J. M. Le.inlk. blb- 

Moi' : -.3 Mr 'Rii 

Rejanl..! ,.,..., .V. J. Harris. Instr 74:854- 

Mr 'ha 
Slow children learn to draw hou.oe.o. D Von 

Bargen. il Arts Sc Activities 66:25-7 Ja '65 
Slow children learn to draw fhem.'»elve.s D 

Von Bargen. il Arts & Activities 66:19-21 

n -rt 
•'=' T, Salne. In.itr 74:814- Mr '66 

t^' 'tis nl>out .slow learning pre- 

M. Hathaway, bibliog J 

.\ur.^ I... ,.• J.-.0-7 S '64 
Some tnotllo-klnesthetic procedures for teach- 
ing reading to slow learning children. W. 

McCarthy and J. Oliver, dlag E.\ccp Child 

31:419-21 Ap '65 

BJ6/iof7rap/ij/ 
Selected references from the literature on 
exceptional children; mentally retarded, ed. 
bv W. C Kvaraccus and B. Blatt (cont) 
El Sch J 65:224-5 Ja '65 

Rr.'tenrch 

Automated ln.structlon for retarded children. 
L. F. Malpass and others, bibliog Am J 
Men Dencloricy 60:405-12 N "64 

ElTects of a training program on the pro- 
ductive thinking of educable mental re- 
tardates. S T Rouse, bibliog Am J Men 
Pcflrlency f.9:666-73 Mr '65 

Effects of typing Instruction on the per- 
sonality an<l achievement of educable men- 
tally handicapped children. M. B. Karnes 
and others. Excep Child 31:27-32 S '64 

Orent Britain 
Ascertainment of educationally subnormal 
children. P. Williams, bibliog Ed Res 7:136- 
46 F '65 

Guiding the backward child. Times Ed Sun 

2586:1000 D 11 '64 
Radio Marconi on the air; teaching Spanish 

to backward children. G. Denley. il Times 

Ed Sup 2.'56:1349 My 15 '64 
Scpond be.«t for le.ss able. A. B. Clegg. Times 

Ed Sup 2590:56 Ja 8 '65 
Teaching backward children: search for an 

attitude. Times Ed Sup 2596:525 F 19 '65 



114 



EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILDREN, Backward— Education— Great Brit- 
ain — Continued „ , „ 
Witchcraft at Brighton. 11 Times Ed Sup 
2574:392-3 S 18 '64 

Identification 

Ascertainment of educationally subnormal 
children. P. Williams. biblioK Ed Res 7:136- 
46 F '65 

Experimental study of a pediatric screening 
test of the intelligence of pre-school chil- 
dren A. Ruess and others. Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:506-13 Ja '65 

Research 

Failure as motivation with mentally retarded 
children. I. Bialer and R. L. Cromwell. Am 
J Men Deficiency 69:680-4 Mr '65 

Investigation of the family backgrounds of 
educable mentally retarded children in spe- 
cial classes. R. A. Wakefield. Excep Child 
31:143-6 N '64 . ^ 

Perceptual decentration learning and per- 
formance in slow and average readers. D. 
Elkind and others, bibliog J Ed Psychol 
56:50-6 F '65 
CHILDREN, Crippled. See Crippled children 
CHILDREN, Cruelty to. See Cruelty to chil- 
dren 
CHILDREN, Deformed. See Deformities 
CHILDREN, Epileptic. See Epileptics 
CHILDREN, Exceptional 

Changing self-concept in exceptional chil- 
dren. J. C. Gowan. Ed 85:374-5 F '65 

Devereux child behavior rating scales: a 
study of symptom behaviors in latency age 
atypical children. G. Spivack and M. Le- 
vine. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 68: 
700-17 My '64 

Diagnostic methods used with learning dis- 
ability cases. R. J. Capobianco. bibliog 
Excep Child 31:187-93 D '64 

Empatherapy: reaching the emotionally 
disturbed child. R. Denty and W. E. Yates. 
Ed 85:425-7 Mr '65 

Guide to agencies and organizations con- 
cerned with exceptional children. Excep 
Child 31:34-42 S '64 

That's our kid. G. J. Doman. 11 PTA Mag 
59:23-5+ D '64 

•S6G tills O 

Children — Nervous and mental disorders 
Children, Backward 
Children, Gifted 

Bibliography 
Current literature. See issues of Exceptional 

children 
Selected references from the literature on 
exceptional children; ed. by W. C. Kvara- 
ceus and B. Blatt (cont) El Sch J 65:222-8 
Ja '65 

Education 

Crafts for severely disturbed children. M. D. 
Lansing. Excep Child 31:421-5 Ap '65 

Direction for future action. H. M. Selznick. 
Excep Child 31:356-60 Mr '65 

Education of exceptional children, a positive 
factor. H. M. Selznick. Teach Col J 36:42-3 
O '64 

Emotionally disturbed and socially inade- 
quate. W. C. Kvaraceus. Ed 85:91-7 O '64 

Hierarchy of educational tasks for children 
with learning disorders. F. M. Hewett. 
bibliog il Excep Child 31:207-14 D "64 

Making adjustments in reading instruction 
for students with social and emotional 
problems. Conf on Read Univ Chicago 26: 
83-99 '64 

Motivational reading program for disturbed 
children. N. L. Miller. Excep Child 31: 
91-2 O '64 

Neurologically handicapped child and his 
learning and reading problems. J. W. 
Howe. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 28:132- 
6 '64 

Study of professional preparation of Negro 
teachers of exceptional children in North 
Carolina County and city public schools. 
O. B. Knight. J Ed Res 58:195-9 Ja '65 

Teacher and the rehabilitation of the emo- 
tionally disturbed child. S. S. Radin. J Sch 
Health 35:97-100 Mr '65 

Toward a broader concept of the role of the 
special class for emotionally disturbed chil- 
dren. P. Knoblock and R. A. Garcea. Excep 
Child 31:329-35 Mr 'fi5 

Vistas on the exceptional. L. S. Blackman. 
Teach Col Rec 66:270-3 D '64 
See also 

Special edu-cation 

Research 
Emotionally disturbed: how much do they 
benefit from the regular classroom? M. Sie- 
mens. Ohio Sch 42:28-9 My '64 



Learning disabilities: yesterday, today, and 
tomorrow. B. Bateman. biblios diags Excep 
Child 31:167-77 D '64 

Research 
Neurological study of children with learning 

disabilities. R. Cohn. bibliog Excep Child 

31:179-85 D '64 
Summary of investigations relating to 

reading; reading of atypical learners. H. M. 

Robinson and others. Read Teach 18:400-2 

P '65 

Schools and institutions 
Use of a semantic differential in program 

evaluation. M. Garrison, jr. Am J Men 

Deficiency 69:692-6 Mr '65 

Great Britain 
Strangely familiar; outings for the malad- 
justed. Times Ed Sup 2597:587 P 26 '65 
CHILDREN, Gifted 
Careers of a gifted group. B. Macdonald and 

others. Ed Res 6:216-19 Je '64 
Limits to deviant behavior in the gifted. R. 

Kelley. il Sch Life 47:4-6 O '64; Same cond. 

Ed Digest 30:37-9 P '65 
Recreation for the gifted child. J. Spragens. 

il J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:53-5 Ap '65 
Substrata- factor evaluation of a precocious 

reader; with comments by T. Clymer. H. 

Singer, bibliog Read Teach 18:288-1- Ja '65 

Education 

Able reader. R. Strang. Instr 74:83-1' Mr '65 

Accelerate bright children? R. W. L/angerak; 
K. Christian. Instr 74:11 Mr '65 

Approaching a study of behavioral patterns. 
W. B. Barbe and E. C. Frierson. Ed 85: 
137-42 N '64 

Challenges in reading for the gifted. R. E. 
Sabaroff. El Engl 42:393-400+ Ap '65 

Development of an elementary instrumental 
music program. F. P. Tirro. Mus Edu- 
cators J 51:56+ S '64 

Early admission of able children to school: 
the Warren demonstration project. J. W. 
Birch and others, bibliog Sch Life 46:7-9 
.Te '64: Same cond. Ed Digest 30:5-7 O '64 

Eddie the eagle: satire. A. Wyman. Clear- 
ing House 39:153-5 N '64 

Education for today's gifted. Sister Mary 
Raphael. Cath Sch J 65:17-19 Ja '65 

Great American tragedy. B. J. Hubka. Ariz 
Teach 53:20+ Mr '65 

Grouping the gifted; opinions differ. B. Bet- 
telheim; K. Mott. il NEA J 54:8-11 Mr 
•65; Summary. Ky Sch J 43:6 Ap '65 

Helping retarded and accelerated students. 
Sister Mary Josetta. il Cath Sch J 64:28-30 
N '64 

Industrial arts activities for children with in- 
dividual differences. R. M. Smith, il J 
Ind Arts Ed 23:21-4 My '64 

John Hersey on the educational malaise; re- 
view of novel The child buyer. A. W. Vogel. 
Liberal Ed 50:501-12 D '64 

Recent publications concerning the gifted 
and the creative student. P. A. Witty, 
bibliog Phi Delta Kappan 46:221-4 Ja '65 

Releasing creativity. G. M. Lewis, biblioff 
Childh Ed 41:295-300 P '65 

Role expectancy and its effect on perform- 
ance and achievement among gifted stu- 
dents. A. P. Isaacs, bibliog H Sch J 48: 
107-16 N '64 

Role of art in the education of intellectually 
gifted children. J. A. Omstein. N Y Soc 
Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:37 

Six ways to help gifted child. C. F. Lehmann. 
Mich Ed J 42:10 Ap '65 

Stimulating special education through federal 
legislation. J. E. Pogarty. Excep Child 
31:1-4 S '64 
See also 

Acceleration (education) 

Bibliographp 
Selected references from the literature on 
exceptional children; gifted, ed. bv W. C. 
Kvaraceus and B. Blatt (cont) EI Sch J 
65:227-8 Ja '65 

Research 
Project talent in Illinois; a report on the 
Illinois plan for program development for 
gifted children. W. Newlin and W. Rogge. 
il 111 Ed 53:353-6 Ap '65 

California 
Differential programming for able and gifted 
pupils. J. P. Rice. Calif Ed 2:25-6+ Ap '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



115 



CHILDREN, G if ted— Education — Continued 
Illinois 

Project talent in Illinois; a report on the 
Illinois plan for program development for 
gifted children. W. Newlin and W. Rogge. 
il III Ed 53:353-6 Ap '65 

Using television to teach the gifted; Uni- 
versity of Illinois television project for the 
gifted. B. Young and J. D. Hennes. Ill Ed 
53:352 Ap "05 

Identification 

Comparative investigation of the personality 
of sixth-grade gifted children and a norm 
group of children. R. B. Porter. J Ed Res 
5S:132-4 N '64 

Differential pro^rramminp for able and gifted 
mii)ils. J. P. Rice. Calif Ed 2:25-G-|- Ap '65 

Education for today's gifted. Sister Mary 
Raphael. Cath Sch J 65:17-19 Ja '65 

Group intelligence test .scores of gifted chil- 
dren: degree of consistency and factors re- 
lated to consistency. R. W. Schnieding. 
Personnel <fe Guid .1 12:991-6 .Te '64 

Identifying the creatively gifted among dis- 
advantaged children. E. P. Torrance. Ed 
Diu'f.^t :;0:8-ll Mr •fi5 

Maximizing Identification of the gifted. N. J. 
Anastasiow. J Ed Re.s 57:538-41 Jl '64 

Rele.-i.sing creativity. Q. M. Lewis, bibllog 
Chiidh Ed 41:295-300 F '65 

Role expeotancv and its effect on perform- 
ance and achievement among gifted stu- 
dont.-j. A. F. Isaacs, bibllog H Sch J 4S: 
107-16 N '64 

Research 

Comparative investigation of the personality 
of .sixth-grade gifted children and a norm 
group of children. R. R. Porter. J Ed Res 
58:132-4 N '64 

Sttuly of dllYorence.'' between gifted children 
from upper and lo'.ver status comnuiniiicd. 
E. C. Krlorson. Scl Ed 49:205-10 Ap T.:, 

What do we know about gifted children? 
\V. A. Ketcham. H Sch J 4S:S2-7 N '64; 
Sainr- rond Ed Digest .10:34-6 F '65 
CHILDREN. Handicapped, .See Rlind: Children. 
i'jirllallv seeing: Crippled children: Deaf; 
l?n"ilio,npT)"'d 
CHILDREN, Illegitimate. Bee Illegitimacy 
CHILDREN. Maladjusted. See Children— Men- 
tal livR-lcno 
CHILDREN, Nearo. See Negro children 
CHILDREN, Partially seeing 

Maiiiiir''inenf of irlanroina and calaracta In 
children. 11. O. .Soholo. hlbllog 11 Sight- 
Saving R 34:75-82 Sum '64 

Education 
Earlv piano Instruction for partially seeing 

children. O. Stoo.xz and R A. Bower.«(. 

Sight -Saving R 35:21-7 Si)r '65 
How to bring sight to leirnlly Min,! Kiu.!rMii>; 

II Sch Mgt 9:113-14 Mr '05 

Identification 
Identlfving children with visual problems. 
A. 15. Sloano. Sight-Saving R 35:13-16 
Siir "65 

Research 
Stuttering among blind and partially sighted 
children. B. Weinberg bitillog J Speech & 
Hearing Pis 29:322-6 Ag '04 
CHILDREN. Precocious. See Children. Gifted 
CHILDREN. Preschool. See Preschool children 
CHILDREN, Problem. See Problem children 
CHILDREN, Psychopathic. Seo Children- 
Nervous and mental disorders 
CHILDREN. Refugee. See Refugee children 
CHILDREN, Retarded. Seo Children. Back- 
ward: Mentally Imndicapi'cd children 
CHILDREN. Socially handicapped. See Cul- 
tural deiirivation: School children — Social 
and economic status 
CHILDREN, Subnormal. Seo Children. Back- 
ward 
CHILDREN. Underprivileoed. Seo School chll- 

di-eii — .Social and economic status 
CHILDREN and art 
Art for the youne child. P. Johnson. Nat 
Soe Study ICd Yrbk 64 pl2:51-S5 '65 
CHILDREN and strangers 
Effects of mothers and strangers on the per- 
formance of anxious and defensive chil- 
dren. B. K. Ruebush and H. W. Steven- 
son, bibliog J Personal 32:587-600 D '64 
CHILDREN as authors 
Htniu>hrey the Hunu>her: gift to central chil- 
dren's room of the Tucson public library. 
E. Schunk. 11 Wll.son Lib Bui 39:104 O "64 



CHILDREN In literature 
Children face themselves through books: a 
bibliography. A. Homze. El Engl 41:788-924- 
N '64 
Growing and growing up. L. Jacobs, il Instr 

74:38-9-1- Ja '65 .„ „ ^ „ 

Lord of the flies: fool's gold? R. C. Town- 
send. J Gen Ed 16:153-60 Jl '64 ^ ,, 
New perspectives for teacher education. I. M. 
Tiedt and S. W. Tiedt. J Teach Ed 15:287-8 
S '64 
See also 
Youth in literature 
CHILDREN of migrant laborers. See School 

children — Migration 
CHILDREN of service men 

Education 
See also 
Military post schools. American 
Military.- post schools. British 
CHILDREN of teachers , ^ „ „ ^,^ . , 

Teachers' children. D. L. Bailey. 11 NEA J 

54:12-14 Mr '05 ,, „ ^ ^ ^ 

To my son on finishing college. Q. L. Ca^'l- 

ness. Lil>eral Ed 50:390-4 O '64 
CHILDRENS amusements 
Another dimension in foreign language study. 

C. Haney. il >linn J Ed 45:28-9 D '64 
Christmas. Mexican style. P. H. SchulU. 11 

Grade Teach 82:31 D '64 
See also 
Play 
Toys 
CHILDRENS art „ „ ,, „^ ,^ 

Art expression for grades K-8. M. Sheridan. 

11 Grade Teach 82:48-50 O '64 
Children: their pictures and poems. See 

Issues of Grade teacher through June 1964 
Ejusels on the plaza: Park Forest. 111. U El 

Sch J 65:296-9 Mr 65 , _ 

Examliiiiic vahie.'i in the art of children. C. 

K Kincald. il Art Ed 17:15-17 O '64 
Graduation. J. Hendry, il Sch Arts 63:3 Je 

•C4 
Horses; drawings. S. J. Baban. Sch Arta 

64:22 S '64 ,, „„ . 

Lettering and design. II Sch Arts 64:39 Ap 

■ i;.'. 
Pictures of air. R. F. Wlnfleld. U Grade 

Teach S2:60 () '64 „ ^ 

We went out to see. M. J. Relnhard. il Sch 

Arts 64:5-9 Ja '65 
Why children's art? G. F. Gates, il Chlidh 

Ed 41:13.'?-4 N '64 
.S'cc also 
Painting 

Exhibitions 
Junior gallery; Orange County schools. Cali- 
fornia. M. J. Hadcn. il Sch Arts 63:4-7 Je 

'64 
New national gallery exhibits children's art. 

L. TMall. II Art LM 17:14-15 N '64 _^ 

Operation frameup. L. H. Souder. il Art Ed 

18:16-17 Ja '65 . . ^.,^ 

Standing room only! pre.school children s art 

exhibit J. Hutcher. 11 Arts & Activities 

57:31 Mr '65 

Psychological applications 
Srr Drawing— Psychological applications 

CHILDRENS art month , , ^, „,,. 

March Is children's art month. I. N. Wll- 

liaiiis Art Ed lS:2n F '65 
CHILDRENS book fairs. Seo Book fairs 
CHILDRENS book week. See Book week 
CHILDRENS books. See Chlldrens literature 

and reading; Reading lists — Elementary 

schools 
CHILDRENS bureau (United States) See 

United States — Chlldrens bureau 
CHILDRENS conceptions 
Area concepts for second graders. D. E. 

Mvers. 11 Arlth Teach 11:483-4 N '64 
Before and after concept In deaf children. 

H. J. Murphy. Jr. Am Ann Deaf 110:368 

Mr '65 
Child concepts of God. O. E. Graebner. bib- 
liog Rellg Ed 59:234-41 My '64 
Children's thinking about religion: a study 

of concrete operational thinking. P. J. 

Lawrence, bibliog Relig Ed 60:111-16 Mr '65 
Influence of a program of instruction upon 

the conceptu.al thinking of the deaf. H. J. 

McGrady. bibllog Volta R 66:531-6 S '64 
Religious concepts affect daily living. M. E. 

Venable. il Int J Relig Ed 40:16-17+ Jl '64 
Sharing for today's fives. M. J. Loomls. 

Chlidh Ed 41:411-15 Ap '65 
Study of spatial abilities of preschool children. 

Sister Josephina. Arlth Teach 11:557-60 

D '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CHILDRENS conceptions — Continued 

Verbal cues in concept identihcation. M C. 

Wittrock and others. J Ed Psychol 55:195- 

200 Ag '64 ^ ^ ^ ,T /-. 

Verbal cues in the transfer of concepts. M. O. 

Wittrock and E. R. Keislar. J Ed Psychol 

56:16-21 F '65 „ „ -n „ u 

When do they learn geometry? S. Pollach 

and J. Qensley. Young Children 20:52-5 

Words, meanings and concepts; illustrations 
of concept teaching problems. J. B. Carroll. 
Harvard Ed R 34:193-201 Spr '64 
See also 

Science concepts of children 

Research 
Children's concepts of nationality: a critical 
study of Piaget's stages. G. Jahoda. bib- 
liog Child Develop 35:1081-92 D '64. 
Children's moral concepts: a tentative tax- 
onomy. R. Strang, bibliog Ed 85:67-77 O '64 
Concept utilization in preschool children. L*. 
C. Lee. bibliog Child Develop 36:221-7 Mr 
'65 
Conservation of illusion-distorted lengths and 
areas by primary school children. F. B. 
Murray, il J Ed Psychol 56:62-6 Ap '65 
Developmental patterns in the use of modifi- 
ers as modes of conceptualization. F. J. 
Di Vesta, bibliog Child Develop 36:185-213 
Mr '65 . . ^ 

Situational generality of conservation. I. C. 
Uzgiris. bibliog Child Develop 35:831-41 
S '64 
What do beginning flrst-graders say about 
reading? S. Weintraub and T. P. Denny. 
Childh Ed 41:326-7 F '65 
CHILDRENS concerts. See Concerts; Music for 

children 
CHILDRENS courts. See Juvenile courts 
CHILDRENS day 
See also 
Universal childrens day 
CHILDRENS diseases. See Children — Diseases 
CHILDRENS drawings. See Childrens art 
CHILDRENS friendships. See Friendship 
CHILDRENS homes. See Homes, Institutional 
CHILDRENS interests ^ ^ , ^ ^^ 

Books and children. L. Tyler. El Sch J 65: 
253-7 F '65 ... v, , 

Children's interests in elementary school 
science. A. F. Perrodin. Sch Sci & Maih 
65:259-64 Mr '65 
Development of a dimension of cognitive mo- 
tivation: preference for vsridely known in- 
formation. B. Teeter and others. Child 
Develop 35:1105-11 D '64 
Race, illustrations, and interest in materials 
for reading and creative writing. M. Row- 
land and P. Hill, bibliog J Negro Ed 34: 
84-7 Wint '65 
Relationship between social status, interests 
and educational achievement among chil- 
dren in a primary school. H. N. Brunt. 
Brit J Ed Psychol 34:327-9 N '64 
Science in the elementary school; children's 
interests. J. M. Atkin. R Ed Res 34:266 
Je '64 
Social studies of the elementary school needs 
attention. J. D. McAulay. Social Studies 55: 
246-9 D '64 
Start with children's interests. H. Munson. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:3-4 D '64 
What are children interested in? F. P. 

Chisholm. El Engl 42:446-9 Ap '65 
What do they need to play with? with study- 
discussion program by D. Harris and E. 
Harris. R. H. Ojemann. il PTA Mag 59:37- 
9, 43-4 F '65 
See also 
Reading interests — Elementary school stu- 
dents 

Research 
Necessity for a new type of science interest 
study. R. P. Tisher. Sci Ed 48:478-85 D '64 
CHILDRENS International summer villages 
Bread and butter, il Times Ed Sup 2569:226 
Ag H '64 
CHILDRENS libraries. See Libraries, Childrens 
CHILDRENS lies. See Lying 
CHILDRENS literature and reading 

After they learn to read, what? E. D. 

Landau. El Engl 41:877-8 D "64 
Broadening the experience of the culturally 
disadvantaged. A. Frazier. ALA Bui 58: 
523-6 Je '64 
Children's book room and the world beyond. 
W. J. Jacobs. Teach Col Rec 66:464-9 F '65 
Children's books can reflect the American 
style of living. P. J. Cianciolo. bibliog El 
Engl 41:773-74- N '64 



Children's literary heritage. D. V. Smith. 

bibliog El Engl 41:715-27-1- N. '64 
Children's literaiure. L. Jacobs, il Instr 74: 
9:-!+ S; 42+ O; 48+ N: 33+ D '64; 38-9+ 
Ja; 42+ F; 32+ Mr; 42+ Ap; 40+ My; 80+ 
Je '65 
Children's reading; symposium. 11 Wilson Lib 
Bui 39:140-67 O '64 „^ 

Dilemma of liberal censorship. S. Brown. Ed 

Digest 30:4-6 S '64 
Discriminate reader, values of an early 
beginning. P. L. Ward. Peabody J Ed 42: 
229-31 Ja '65 , .,^ , ^ , 

Emerging cultural values in children s books. 
H. H. Swift. Claremont Read Conf Yrbk 
28:67-77 '64 

poinding of the Golden West. 1. Lawrence. 
il El Engl 41:933-6 D '64 „ „ „, ^ 

Four-year olds meet books. M. S. Woods, 
il Grade Teach 82:38-41+ N '64 

Humanities in books for today's children 
and youth. M. R. Smith. Claremont Read 
Conf Yrbk 28:78-86 '64 

Idea inventory; ed. by L. H. Mortensen. See 
issues of Elementary English 

Lapeer, Michigan, birthplace of Marguerite 
de Angeli; true history back of Copper- 
toed boots. L. H. Mortensen. El Engl 42: 
450-2 Ap '65 

Literature enlivens the social studies. M. A. 
Dawson, bibliog Ed 85:294-7 Ja '65 

May Justus: Tennessee's mountain jewel. 
P. C. Burns and R. Hines. il El Engl 41: 
589-93 O '64 

Nineteen all-time-favorite childrens stories. 
R. Gans. il Grade Teach 82:75-8 Mr '65 

Poetry, fantasy, and reality. H. Behn. El 
Engl 42:355-61 Ap '65 

Reaching the remedial reader through sci- 
ence. A. C. Lembesis. Ed 85:288-93 Ja '65 

Reading, a universal tool for learning. J. A. 
Driscoll. Cath Sch J 64:29-30 O '64 

They can read but they won't! why? A. V. 
Keliher. Grade Teach 82:78+ Mr '65 

Three decades of Dr Seuss. J. P. Bailey, jr. 
bibliog il El Engl 42:7-12 Ja '65 

Toronto's historic collections: opening of new 
Boys and girls house. J. Thomson, il Wilson 
Lib Bui 39:499 F 'G5 

Views on the MSTA Selected list of chil- 
dren's books. A. I. Fitzgerald, il Sch & 
Com 51:8-9 S '64 

What is children's literature? symposium. 
El Engl 41:467-99 My '64 

Winter on the Johnny Smoker. L. H. Mor- 
tensen. El Engl 41:808-9+ N '64 
iSee nlso 

Boys books and reading 

Caldecott medal books 

Girl.s books and reading 

Newbery medal books 

Picture books for children 

Readers 

Reading interests — Eleinentary school stu- 
dents 

Bibliography 

Adventures for the family through books 
(cont) I. R. Foster, il Int J Rellg Ed 41: 
18-19+ O '64 

Books for children. O. R. Way. See issues of 
Instructor 

Books for children; ed. by S. L. Root, jr. See 
issues of Elementary English 

Books for children; ed. by E. C. Thornton. 
See issues of Childhood education 

Children face themselves through books: a 
bibliography. A. Homze. El Engl 41:788- 
92+ N '64 

Children's books of 1963-64. NEA J 53:56-7+ 
N '64 

Choosing books for the disadvantaged: pro- 
fessional references. M. G. Krueger. 
Chicago Sch J 46:253-5 Mr "65 

New books for children (title varies) A. 
Izard. See issues of Grade teacher 

New fall books for children. O. R. Way. il 
Instr 74:88-9 N '64 

Notable children's books for 1963. American 
library association. Childrens services divi- 
sion. Book evaluation committee. 11 PTA 
Mag 58:28-30 Je '64 

Notable children's books of 1964. American 
library association. Childrens services 
division. Book evaluation committee. 11 
ALA Bui 59:285-8 Ap '65; Same. Wilson 
Lib Bui 39:611+ Ap '65 

Read! open your future, and theirs. L. Nix. 
PTA Mag 59:33-4 Ap '65 

Special spring selections: books to celebrate 
National library week, April 25-May 1. 
O. R. Way. Instr 74:19 Ap '65 

Suggested reading for the partially-sighted 
child. T. D. Horn and D. W. Ebert. diag 
El Engl 41:885-912+; 42:54-65, 169-84. 298- 
319 D '64-Mr '65 



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117 



CHILORENS literature and reading — BiblioKra- 

phy — (Jontmued 
To learn, to look, to live: a bibliography or 

children's literature (cont) K. Marantz. Art 

Ed 17:18-2U-i- O: 32 D '64 
What are some resources for the teacher of 

children's literature.' Sister Mary Nora and 

K. French. El Engl 41:516-25+ My '64 
See also 
Reading lists — Elementary schools 

Evaluation 

What is children's literature? children's lit- 
erature, defined. C. S. Huck. El Engl 41: 
467-70 My '64 

Projects 

Adventures in bookland. Sister Mary An- 
gelica, il Cath Sch J 64:48-50 O '64 

t'roin book to book. G. W. Calvert. 11 Instr 
74:51+ N '64 

Wiiat are some meaningful experiences with 
literature? Y. Schmitt and Sister Mary 
Nora, bibliog il El Engl 41:500-10+ My '64 

Teaching 
Children's literature and the beginning class 

In oral interpretation. G. P. Mohrmaim. 

Speech Teach 13:128-32 Mr '64 
Teachers study together: teaching literature 

to children. A. Frazier. Childh Ed 41:4U4-6 

Ap "65 

Value 
Books and children. E. Tyler. El Sch J 65: 

253-7 F '65 
Children's literature can enrich our children's 

lives. E. M. John.son. bibliog Conf on Head 

Univ Pittsburgh Kep 19:143-51 '63 
Choosing books (or ihe disadvantaged; read- 
ing can provide fruitful uxperioiices. M. O. 

Krueger. bibliog il Chicago Sch J 46:246-65 

Mr 't)5 
Password is Ijook. F. Sullivan, il PTA Mag 

68:28-30 Je '64 
Kead! open your future, and theirs. E. Nix. 

il PTA Mag 5y:32-4 An '65 
What is the role of children's literature in 

the elementary school? E. V. Walker. 11 El 

Engl 41:458-66 My '64 

Europe 
Caorle reenters history; European children's 

literature award, il Times Ed Sup 2576: 

515 () 2 '64 
CHILORENS manifest anxiety scale. See Anxi- 
ety scales- Chlldreiis forms 
CHILORENS opinions. See Student opinion 
CHILORENS plays 
.S» t; al.io 
Health plays 
School pluys 
CHILORENS poetry 

Children's literary heritage. D, V. Smith. 

bibliog El Engl 41:715-27+ N '64 
Poetry, faiita.sy, and reality. H. Uehn. El 

Engl 42::ir>j-tn Ap 65 
[Poetry for month] See Issues of Grade 

teacher through September 1964 
Song and verso Ifor month] See Issues of 

Instructor 
What 1 learned about poetry from 133 school 

children. N. Earrick. Grade Teach 82:68-9-h 

S '64 
What is children's literature? poetry for 

todays children. P. J. Cianclolo and V. M. 

Held, bibliog il El Engl 41:484-91 My '64 
Where do the leaves go? E. Eanday. il Instr 

74:10 () '64 
See also 
Childrens poetry (by children) 
< 'hn.si ma.s — Poetry 
Halloween — I'oetry 
CHILORENS poetry (by children) 
Child lyrics. See issues of Instructor 
Children: tiieir Pictures and poems. See Issues 

of Grade teacher through June 1964 
Children's poems. Grade Teach 82:28 S; 28-9 

N '64 
In resonance with nature. F. Minor. Childh 

Ed 41:172-3 D '64 
Magic of poetry. M. Chaae. II NEA J 53:8-11 

\) 'G4 
Things about New York. E. P. Gillies. 

Childh Ed 41:174-5 D '64 
Tribute to poets. El Sch J 65:18-19 O '64 
Worst experience I've ever had with a 

bumble bee. G. Davis. Sch Musician 36:53 

Ja '66 
.See nl.io 
Poetry — Creative activities 
CHILORENS questions 

At least they try. Iv. D. Oana. Ohio Sch 

»:!:43 Ja i^a 
Children ask about deaths M. E. Llchten- 

walner. II Int J Relig Ed 40:14-16 Je '64 



Children's thinking about religion: a study 
of concrete operational thinking. P. J. 
Eawrence. bibliog Kelig Ed 60:111-16 Mr '65 

Child's questions about sex; with study- 
discussion program by R. Strang. H. H. 
Comly. bibliog 11 PTA Mag 59:7-9. 35 Ja '65 

Creativity in the classroom; respecting chil- 
dren's questions and ideas. E. P. Torrance. 
Instr 74:37+ S '64 

What are children interested in? F. P. 
Chisholm. El Engl 42:446-9 Ap '65 

What is the Bible? F. W. Eastman. 11 Int J 
Relig Ed 41:8-9+ O '64 
Hee also 

Curiosity 
CHILORENS reading. See Childrens literature 

and reading 
CHILORENS rhymes 

Rhymes, modern math style. F. Smith. Arith 
Teach 12:125+ F '65 

CHILORENS sayings. See Children— Anecdotes. 

sayings, etc. 

CHILORENS songs and singing 
Courtesy song; Hippity skippity. E. Lausten. 

Grade Teach 81:26 Je '64 
Don't be a litterbug. L. Bernarde. 11 Instr 

74:161 S '64 
Evening bell; Music alone shall live. Grade 

Teach 81:52 Je '64 
Fun on the black keys. E. S. Daniels. Instr 

73:101 Je '64 
Good morning song. M. H. Stevens. Inats 

74:85 D '64 
Hand singing: a part of the new music. M. 

H. Richards. 11 Mus Educators J 51:86-7 

F '65 
I'm going back to school. E. S. Daniels. Instr 

74:121 S '64 
Oh. let me live on the lone prairie. C. Y. 

Hoagey. In.str 74:119 Ja '65 
Prehistoric zoo. M. G. Watkins and B. S. 

Allen. Grade Teach 81:53 Je '64 
Prinvary clas.s tries its musical wings. R. Kir- 
win. Instr 74:22-3 Mr "65 
Safety sing along: safety songs your pupils 

will love. W. K. Streft. il Safety Ed 44: 

17-22 Mr '65 
Sea gulls. K. S. Rleder. Instr 74:62 My '66 
Secret. T. Weber. Instr 74:74 Ap '65 
Sing and tell; with study-dl.scussion pro- 
gram by R Strang. D. K. 03l)orn and P. 

P. W. Knapp. bibliog il PTA Mag 59:7-9, 

34 Mr '65 
Song about an owl. H. M. Webster. Grade 

Teach S2 67 S '64 
Three Spanish songs. D. H. Sanford. Instr 

74:101 Ja '65 
CHILORENS Stories 

j\» inlk'biy as the sword. K. W. Meals. II 

In.^lr 74:60 Mv '65 
Benjamin Franklin's beaver hat. C. Woyke. 

Instr 74:112 Ja '65 
Billy's irli'; an Introduction to the sacra- 
ments. Sister Mary Eella. Cath Sch J 65:64 

Ap '6.'i 
Colonel's daughter. C. J. Talbot II Instr 74: 

36-7 Je '65 
Door Is to open. J. C. Soule. II Instr 74:58 

My '65 
Family or friends? open end story. J. W. 

Gordon. Instr 73:18 Je '64 
Finest seamstress In San Francisco. M. 

Biskln. il Instr 74:113 Ja '65 
Fuk'illve? A. -Morgan, liistr 74:39 D '64 
Jamie helps to make history. R. Gillock. 

Insir 74 59 My 'b.''. 
Joining up. H. Cederborg. Instr 73:74 Je '64 
Jonathan's enormous voice. E. Anderson. 11 

Instr 74:17 Je '65 
King Bomar'a chair. P. D. Weldig. Instr 

74:111 Ja '65 
I>junb stew and cabbage. S. J. Graham. 11 

Instr 74:66 O '64 
Lily of the valley. M. H. Arthur, il Instr 73:73 

Je '64 
Linda learns about promises. L. A. NIerl. 

II instr 74:36 Je '65 
Little at a time. M. Crumbaugh. Instr 74: 

33 Mr '65 

My boots are Ike and Mike. B. Baker. Instr 
74:41 N '64 

Pedro and Little Llama. D. R. Waterbury. II 
Grade Teach 81:54-5 Je '64 

Return of the storks. C. Marsden. 11 Instr 
74:47 S '64 

Sing and tell; with study-discussion pro- 
gram by R. Strang. D. K. Osborn and P. 
P. W. Knapp. bibliog II PTA Mag 59:7-9 

34 Mr '65 

Solo. S. P. Russell. II Grade Teach 81:46-7 

Je '64 
Sourdough science. G. T. Bowers Instr 74: 

37 Je '65 
Story about a mother seal and her magic. 

M. Hopkins. Grade Teach 82:92 S '64 



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CHILDRENS stories — Continued ^ 

Tim Goran's sea horse. M. Hopkins, il Grade 
Teach 82:54 Mr '65 ^ ^^^ . . , 

Unfinished story. See issues of NEA journal 

Unfinished story. A. Magee. See issues of 
Instructor September 1964- 

Versatile story- play; Shepherd boy and the 
wolf. G. Li. Kerman. Instr 74:50 Mr '65 , 

Waiting-for-school umbrella. E. B. Snavely. 
il Instr 74:46-7 S '64 . ^ „^ ^„ 

Willie's zoo card. B. Boshinski. il Instr 74:43 
S '64 
See also 

Animal stories 

Fairy tales 

Health stories 

Story telline: 
CHILDRENS stories (by children) 

Cooperative stories. E. Robison. il Instr 74: 
108 O '64 ^ . . 

From the end spring new begmnmgs; end- 
ings children wrote for the NEA journal s 
Unfinished stories. D. Waleski. il NEA J 
54:14-18 Ap '65 ^ , ^„ 

Humphrey the Humpher; gift to central chil- 
dren's room of the Tucson public library. 
E. Schunk. il Wilson Lib Bui 39:164 O '64 

Evaluation 
Originality story scale. R. K. Carlson. El 
Sch J 65:366-74 Ap '65 
CHILDRENS television programs. See Televi- 
sion broadcasting for children 
CHILDRENS theater 
Black magic in Philadelphia. C. Speeth Teach 

Col Rec 66:229-31 D '64 
Children's theater; what you can do about 

it. il Instr 74:88 Je '65 
Children's theater; why do it? Sister Mary 
Paul Francis, il Instr 74:884- Je '65 

History 
Emma Sheridan Fry and educational dra- 
matics. B. Li. Tukesbury. Ed Theatre J 
16:341-8 D '64 

Great Britain 

No national barriers: children's theatre. 
Times Ed Sup 2557:1438 My 22 '64 
CHILDRENS Village, Dobbs Ferry, New York 
Vocational rehabilitation of institutionalized 
delinquent male adolescents. M. Zivan and 
others, bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:461-7 
Ja '65 
CHILDRENS Villages 
F<5t children's town: the Makarenko approach, 
il Times Ed Sup 2584:974 N 27 '64 
See also 
Childrens international summer villages 
Pestalozzi childrens village, Trogen, Switzer- 
land 
Sedlescombe. Sussex, England. Childrens vil- 
lage 
CHILDRESS, Edward E. 
Teacher from California. 11 pors Instr 74:8-9 
Ja '65 
CHILE 

See also 
College students — Chile 
Education — Chile 

CHIMES 
Clark college alumni build a chime tower. 
R. J. Moser. il Jun Col J 35:39 O '64 
CHINA 

See also 
English language in China 
Great Britain — Foreign relations — China 

History 
Ancient river valley civilizations; China. R. 
Coulborn. Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk 
34:134-40 '64 

Teaching 

East Asia; China. H. Kublin. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 34:335-48 '64 
CHINA (Peoples Republic) 

See also subhead China (Peoples Repub- 
lic) under the following subjects 

Adult education 

Coininunisni and education 

Education 

Engineering education 

Labor and laboring classes 

Women 

Boundaries 
McMahon line; disputed boundary of the 
Sino-Indian border. E. B. Inlow. J Geog 63: 
261-72 S '64 
CHINESE children 
Skeletal maturation of southern Chinese 
children. W. D. Low and others, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:1313-36 D '64 



and transmission of 
P. Geisert. diags Sci 



CHINESE language 

Dialects 
Six vowel English: Cantonese, Amoy (Hok- 
kien) and Hakka dialects. W. A. Saunders. 
Lang Learn 13 no3/4:177-87 '63 

Teaching 

Colleges and universities 
Teaching of literary Chinese; its importance 
to the social scientist. R. Hartwell. J Higher 
Ed 35:434-41 N '64 

Value 

Teaching of literary Chinese; its importance 
to the social scientist. R. Hartwell. J Higher 
Ed 35:434-41 N '64 
CHINESE philosophy. See Philosophy, Chinese 
CHINESE speaking students 
Intelligence and bilingualism as independent 
variates in a study of junior high school 
students of Chinese descent. M. K. Chen. 
J Exp Ed 33:243-50 Spr '65 
Written language performance of sixth-grade 
children of low socio-economic status from 
bilingual and from monolingual back- 
grounds. H. P. Lewis and E. R. Lewis. J 
Exp Ed 33:237-42 Spr '65 
CHINESE studies 
Pinebrook experiment. W. Morehouse. Lib- 
eral Ed 50:526-36 D '64 
Teaching of literary Chinese; its importance 
to the social scientist. R. Hartwell. J Higher 
Ed 35:434-41 N '64 
CHINESE theater. See Theater— China 
CHINNING. See Gymnastics 
CHIROPODY 

Podiatry: a young profession. F. A. Kal- 
bacher. Voc Guid Q 13:69 Autumn '64 
CHIVALRY 

See also 
Courtly love 
CHLORINE 
Textbook errors; photochemistry: threshold 
frequencies and temperature dependence of 
primary processes. K. K. Innes. J Chem 
Ed 42:109-10 F '65 
CHLOROPHYLL 
Absorption, reflection, 
light by chlorophyll. 
Teach 31:60-1 Ap '64 
Plants: the basis of all life. J. Van Overbeek. 
il Sci Teach 31:11-15 S '64 
CHLORPROMAZINE. See Tranquilizing drugs 
CHODERLOS DE LACLOS, Pierre Ambroise 

Frangois. See Laclos, P. A. F. C. de 
CHOICE (psychology) 
Factorial structure of selected consumer 
choice parameiers and their relationship to 
personal values. J. R. Rizzo and J. C. 
Naylor. bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:241-8 Ab 
'64 
Freedom walks on two feet. Sister Mary 
Henrita. Clearing House 39:438-40 Mr '65 
Strategies of normal and mentally retarded 
children under conditions of uncertain out- 
come. R. J. Schusterman. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:66-75 Jl '64 
See also 
Decision making 

Research 

Choice, negative information, and attrac- 
tiveness of tasks. C. W. Greenbaum and 
others, bibliog J Personal 33:46-59 Mr '65 

Choice-sequence patterns in binary-choice 
learning by retardates. H. Gerjuoy and I. R. 
Gerjiioy. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 69: 
425-31 N '64 

Effect of novelty on choices made by pre- 
school children in a simple discrimination 
task. F. M. Greene. Child Develop 35:1257- 
'64 D '64 

Self-evaluation and the evaluation of choice 
alternatives. H. B. Gerard and others, bib- 
liog J Personal 32:395-410 S '64 
CHOICE, Freedom of. See Free will and deter- 
minism 
CHOICE of college. See College, Choice of 
CHOIRS 

Announcing a musical marriage. R. L. 
Landers, il Sch Musician 36:64-6 N '64 

Church choir on television. H. V. Thomason. 
Mus J 23:66 Mr '65 

Heritage of the Salt Lake Mormon tabernacle 
choir. R. P. Condie. il Sch Musician 36:62-3 
Ap '65 

Jazz scene. W. N. Stanley, il Mus J 23:74-6 
Ap '65 

Our chapel choir operates on democratic prin- 
ciples. H. S. Garrett. Sch Musician 35:384- 
My '64 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



119 



CHOIRS — Continued 

Tuning the choir. C. Hansen. Mus Edu- 
cators J 51:85-9 N '64 
See also 

Chorus .sinKine 
CHOLESTEROL 

Mystery of cholesterol. M. A. Peters, biblloe 
J Home Econ 56:767-9 D '64 
CHORAL music 

Are we violating the Constitution? D. Meints. 
Mus Educators J 51:62-1- Ja *65 

Choral folio: ed. by W. A. Rodby. See Issues 
of School musician 

College choral trend: contemporary serious 
music. Mus Educators J 51:175 F '65 

Criteria of choral concert prosrram building 
as related to an analysis of the elements 
of musical structure. M. Gerow. J Res Mus 
Ed 12:165-71 Sum "64 

My fifteen festival favorites. A. C. Cappa- 
donla. Sch Musician 36:144- D '64 

New music still old; reviews of recent school 
vocal music. 11 Times Ed Sup 2533:251 Ja 
29 '65 

Reviews: music and books for studios, class- 
rooms, rehear.sal halls and leisure. See is- 
sues of American music teacher 

Stockhausen's Momente. B. McElheran. 11 Mus 
J 22:52-34- S '64 
See also 

Chorus fiinclnc 
CHORAL reading. See Choral speakinsr 
CHORAL societies 

Choral world: oulstandinK choruses of Amer- 
ica, il Mus J 23:36-11 Mr '65 
iSee also 

American choral foundation 

Hanfiel and Haydn society 
CHORAL spenking 

Choral roadinir In Junior hijrh school. R. 
I'aller. EnKl J 51:121-3 V '65 

Try choral speaking. Sister Mary de Sales. 
Cath Sch J 65:29 Ja '65 

Usinic tjoetry to help educationally deprived 
children learn Inductively; with Inlrod by 
R. K. Carlson. J. Byers. blbllos El Engl 
42:273-9 Mr '65 

Textt 

Advent adaptation of The nifrht before Christ- 
mas. Sister Mary Helene. Cath Sch J 64: 

35-6 N '64 
Choral play about Thanksgiving. M. 

Schmucklor. Grade Teach N2:62-3 N '64 
Chrl.slmas cookies. J. B. McKlnney. Inslr 74: 

66 D '64 
In pral.^e of June. M. Ijevltt Grade Teach 

Sl:r.S Jo '64 
Let us therefore rise and work. M. A. D. 

Edwards. Int J Kellg Ed 41:20-1 Ja '65 
Moiiiana centennial; a ctiornl reading with 

uorm's ln<'orr>oraiintr The l>,allad of Montana. 

K. V. lx)lllck. II Mont Ed 41:19-22 S '64 
NlKht I met a monster. K. Winters. Grade 

Tojich S2:lir> () 'CI 
Read-a-book-trIp: choral reading. V. Blum- 

hagcn. Grade Teach 82:49 N '64 
Song of December. C. Bolko. In.slr 74:62 4- 

D '64 
UNIOKF. J. B. McKlnney. 11 Grade Teach 82: 

55-1- O '64 _ 

Words to sponk with pride. R. E. Battles 

and J. Ellsworth. Grade 'Teach 81:74- Je 

•fil 
CHOREOGRAPHY 

Modern dance: technique and composition. M. 

Nixon. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:77-9 Ap 

'65 
Nonliteral modern dance: Its nattire, form.*', 

and means of communication. M. J. Turner. 

dlap Am As.«in Health Phys Ed Rec Res CJ 

:u;:sr,-o.'') Mr 'cr. 
CHORUS (Greek drama) See Greek drama — 

Chorus 
CHORUS singinn 
Achieving ihoial balance through the vowel. 

R. A. Hainniar. Mus J 23:02+. Mr '65 
Bodilv movomciit: a choral aid. B. Hartman. 

Mu.s Educators J 51:123-44- F '65 
Choral contest.s: are they worth It? J. Boyd. 

Mus J 23:65-f Mr '65 
Chorallasis In America. G. Smith. 11 Mus J 

22::i2-3-(- S '64 
Rehear.sal reminders. A. E. Raitor. Sch Mu 

sician 36:514- Mr '65 
Relationship of blend and intonation In the 

choral art. F. C. Mayer. Mus Educators J 

51:100-10 S '64 

Colleges and universities 
Criteria of choral concert program building 
as related to an analysis of the elements 
of musical structure. M. Gerow. J Res 
Mus Ed 12:165-71 Sum '64 



High schools 
Detection, care, and preservation of the 
young tenor. L. H. Diercks. Mus Educat- 
tors J 51:135-64- F '65 
High school choruses: who should sing? M. 

H. Spann. Mus J 23:64-1- Mr "65 
High school experiment: the honors chorale. 
J. Schnittker. Mus Educators J 51:158-9 F 
'65 
CHRIST. See Jesus Christ 
CHRISTIAN art and symbolism 
Lie that reveals the truth: Festival of Chris- 
tian arts in Dumaguete City. G. R. Milton, 
il Int J Relig Ed 41:20-14- Mr '65 
See also 
Icons 
CHRISTIAN doctrine. See Theology. Doctrinal 
CHRISTIAN education. See Religious educa- 
tion 
CHRISTIAN education week 
Christian education around the world. C. E. 
Wilson, jr. il Lnt J Relig Ed 40:14-15-h 
Jl '64 
CHRISTIAN ethics 
American Protestantism and Max Weber's 
Protestant ethic. R. L. Means. Relig Ed 
60:90-8 Mr '65 
See also 
Brotherhood of man 
Love (theology) 

CHRISTIAN-Jewish relations. See Religious in- 
terrelations 
CHRISTIAN life 

Challenge of the Integrative quest. L. J. 

Montgomery. Relig Ed 60:120-5 Mr '65 

Cliri.stian education where you tlnd It. N H. 

Thompson, il Int J Relig Ed 41:6-7-f- N '64 

How to help children to know Uod. L 11 

DeWolf. II Int J Relig Ed 41:4-54- Ja CS 

}h>:v to help children know the Bible. F W. 

liistman. II Int J Relig Ed 41:8-9 D '64 
];■ i-unis concei>ts atteci daily living. M. E. 
Venable. il Int J Rellg Ed 40:16-174- Jl 
64 
See also 
Ri'Iiirinu.s experience 
CHRISTIAN philosophy 

C.in f.'iith ha tauis'ht? L. H. DeWolf. 11 Int 

i:d 41: IS- 19 S '04 
' of the Integrative quest. L. J. 

ior>-. Hellg Ed 60:120-5 Mr '65 
;. , . M <i>trmain Dcof tlie phenomenon of 
.•ieriiiariziition. S. D. Crites. Christian 
•Scholar 4S:3-7 Spr "65 
Tline of H.-ttcnlng. sifting, and testing. S. D. 
Crites. Christian Scholar 47:185-9 F^U '64 
Seo alao 
Thomism 

CHRISTIAN •ocloiogy. See Sociology, Chris- 
tian 

CHRISTIANITY 
Ore.'itest smRle force; review of The horizon 



history of Christianity, by R. 11. Baliuon. 
V. E. Foster. Int J Rellg Ed 41:4 An '65 
Ilard^to believe. Times Ed Sup 2588:1169 

Modern men and an ancient faith. S D. 
Crites. Christian Scholar 47:275-9 Wlnt 
64 
See also 
Oo<l 

Reformation 
CHRISTIANITY and education 

Christian conmiunity in the academic world 

H C. Noble. Christian Scholar 47:360-8 

Wlnt 64 

^'?'''\U ?ri''!/'o '"x.^ucatlon. C. B. Garrlgus. 

(- alir Lu ^:6-o rn 64 

CHRISTIANITY and International affairs. See 

t'luiich and International relations 
CHRISTIANITY and literature. See RcJlgion 

and litt'iature 
CHRISTIANITY and other religions. See Re- 

liirion. Coniiiarative 
CHRISTIANITY and philosophy. See Philoso- 
phy .anil religion 
CHRISTIANITY and science. See Religion and 

science 
CHRISTIANITY and war. See War and reli- 
gion 
CHRISTIANS 

''rnrf R°/.i;^^d '=4Y:'rt^5 % ^65 ^^•='"°"- " 

^'^^ J?S??' ,J^- .!?• Wolvlngton. Int J luilg 

Ed 41:5-1- My '65 
CHRISTMAS 
Children's holiday. L. W. Sauer PTA Matr 

59:37 D '64 . ^ «iaK 

Christmas International; exhibit at the 

George Thomas Hunter gallery of art T 

E. Wllllam.s. II Childh rfd 41:301-2 Mr '65 
December holidays. L. D. Archer, bibllog 

Young Children 20:116-18 N '64 



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CHRISTMAS — Continued , ^.. ^ , 

Where Christmas fits in the public schools. 
A. H. Rice. Nations Sch 74:24 D '64 
See also 
Advent 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Christmas carol. M. Rawe. il Instr 74:684- D 
Christmas ^ cooliies. J. B. McKinney. Instr 

Christmas play cycle. L. Clements, il Int J 

ReliK Ed 40:134- JI '64 ^ ^, . . ^ 

Color of a star. P. Holmes and others. Int J 

hIS- l"ai'n?ll'r: f^sfef ,%?«.>„ 

Frederick. Cath Sch J 64:40-3 N 64 
In other lansuaKes: drajnatize caro's learned 

in FLBS classes. M. B McGuire, b. 

Leibowitz. Instr 74:69 D ■64 TT„„cpn 

Joy of creating your own play. S. Hansen. 

Grade Teach 82:10-114-. D 64 
Love was the promise. Sister John Maureen. 

M?"l^oSi^rriftm\? 'IS. Graham. 11 Instr 

NJIi;''^tu^ca'l* Christmas Play. E. W. Davis. 

^^tlfs'lM''%i\tr''Y%inia. Mary. 11 

Si?.f^ S^^r^'J'-tref't Priefert. 11 Instr 

Sons^of Declmber. C. Boiko. Instr 74:624- 

St?r;' historical Christmas play,^ AM. Tomas- 
ello. Grade^Teach 82:41-f- p 64 

Three bears find Goldy Locks. P. I. iurner. 
il Instr 74:64-4- D '64 ^T^;„ut Tn«tr 

Trees and dreams. J. L. W. Wrmht. Instr 
74:67 D '64 „ ^ 

Poetry 

For December. Instr 74:3.9 D '64 

Lost sleiffh. A. McCune. il Instr 74:34 D 64 

Perfect tree for Christmas. P. H. Schultz. 

Instr 74:35 D '64 

Projects 
Better than receiving: Virginia avenue school 

Winchester. Va. C. E. DeHart. il Instr 

Childr^en'^s cards: printed and sold for the 
school. Sister Mary Joan Francis, il Instr 

Christmas ■'^choir KirL F M. Callahan, il 

Grade Teach 82:53 D '64 
Christmas for every grade M. J. Elhs. U 

Grade Teach 82:48-51 D 64 . . 

Holfdav safety projects your pupiig will love. 

B Dauw. il Safety Ed 44:2-5 D 64 
H5w to make^your own Christmas tree. N. 

Hartley 11 Grade Teach 82:33 D .64 
Kindergarten and early primaries, il Instr 

LJoliing ^h?ad^So a community proiect. il 

Prac Forecast 10:20-1. N 64 
Special December art. il Instr 7^-45-56 D 64 
Stained glass, the. paneless way R. C. Florian. 

11 Arts & Activities 56:16-19 N 64 
Twelve days of Christmas. D. McManaman. 

il Grade Teach 82:20-2 D '.64 t,^„a^^„ 

Versatile holiday art materials. E. Madsen. 

11 Arts & Activities 56:6-11 N 64 
White and silver angel. F. M. Callahan. 

Grade Teach 82:40 D '64 *iv«Tvia U 

Window transparencies C J. Alkema. ii 

Arts & Activities 56:12-15 N: 16-18 D 64 

Songs 
Christmas around the earth; words and music 

by E. S. Daniels. 11 Instr 74:29 D 64 
Christmas time at our house. M. Gabbott. 
Grade Teach 82:47 D '64 * u , -n. a 

I will play; words and arrangement by E. b. 
Daniels. Instr 74:85 D '64 
See also 
Christmas carols 

Stories 

Ca*^ almost misses the Christmas party. M. 

F. Bartlett. 11 Grade Teach 82:26-7 D '64 
Christmas comes but once a year, sometimes 

only once in a lifetime. M. K. Scaggs. 

Ky Sch J 43:10-114- D '64 
Christmas minuet. Z. Markevltch. 11 Instr 74: 

38 D '64 
Just an old fa.shloned Christmas? S. P. 

Williamson, il Ky Sch J 43:184- D '64 
Kitchen cupboard was bare. M. Hopkins. 

Grade Teach 82:42-3 D '64 
Many Christmas trees. D. Hewlett. Chlldh 

Ed 41:199-201 D '64 
White House Christmas tree. R. J. Carnes. 

Instr 74:35 D '64 



Will Richard ever read? E. Mathews. 11 
Instr 74:27 D '64 

Mexico 
Christmas, Mexican style. L. Waltrip; P. H. 

Schultz. il Grade Teach 82:30-1 D '64 
CHRISTMAS cards 
Children's cards; printed and sold for the 

school. Sister Mary Joan Francis, il Instr 

74:72 D '64 
School children design Christmas cards: St 

Ann school, Kaneohe, Hawaii, il Cath 

Sch J 64:57 N '64 
CHRISTMAS carols 
Fall and restoration of Christmas carols; ed. 

by L. J. Cooley. Sch Musician 36:44 D 

•64 
CHRISTMAS decorations 

Special December art. 11 Instr 74:45-56 D '64 
CHRISTMAS entertainments 
Church family at Christmas. D. P. Johnson. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:12-134- N '64 
See also 
Christmas — Plays, pageants, etc. 
CHRISTMAS gifts 

Should children exchange presents? H. 

Wardeberg. Grade Teach 82:254- D '64 
CHRISTMAS meals. See Cookery 
CHRISTMAS music 
Orchestra scores. A. La Mariana. Sch Mu- 
sician 36:24-5 D '64 
CHRISTMAS services. See Church services 
CHROMATIN 

Sex check. W. A. Reynolds and T. R. Mertens. 

bibliog 11 Am Biol Teach 26:411-15 O '64 
CHROMATOGRAPHIC analysis 
Column chromatographic analysis of the metal 

ions. Sister Eleanor Marie. J Chem Ed 41: 

436 Ag '64 
Dual column gas chromatography; a teachlns 

tool. J. M. Miller. J Chem Ed 41:413-14 

Ag '64 
Fractionating column efficiency; quantitative 

experiment in elementary organic chemistry 

laboratory. A. Ault. J Chem Ed 41:432-3 

Ag '64 
Ion exchange in analytical chemistry. H. F. 

Walton. J Chem Ed 42:111-15 F "65 
Paper chromatographic identification of gold, 

platinum, selenium, and tellurium. E. Lar- 

sen. J Chem Ed 41:435 Ag '64 
Paper chromatography as a biological tool. ; 

S. Feldman. bibliog 11 diags Am Biol Teach 

26:435-44 O '64 
Spot test for detection of manganese. S. 

G. Kadarmandaigi. J Chem Ed 41:437-8 Ax 

•64 
Test tube TLC. J. N. BeMIller. J Chem Ed 

41:608 N '64 
Textbook errors; the decolorizatlon of 

Baeyer's reagent by primary and secondary 

alkanols. J. S. Swinehart. J Chem Ed 41; 

392-3 Jl '64 
Travel of molecules and disturbances in 

chromatographic columns; a paradox and 

its resolution. F. Helfferlch. J Chem Ed 

41:410-13 Ag '64 

Apparatus 
Apparatus for large scale gas chromatog- 
raphy E. Bayer. 11 diags J Chem Ed 41: 
A755-A756-I- O '64 

Teaching 
Experimental laboratory block in paper 
chromatography. W. L. Witters, il Am Biol 
Teach 26:445-50 O '64 
CHROMATOGRAPHY. See Chromatographic 

analysis 
CHROMOSOME abnormalities 
Familial mosaicism of a chromosome 16 ab- 
normality associated with multiple con- 
genital anomalies. R. L. Tips and others, 
bibliog 11 Am J Men Deficiency 69:330-40 * 
N '64 
iSee nlso 
Mongolism 
CHROMOSOMES 

Land snail for demonstrating mitosis and 
meiosis. J. B. Burch and C. M. Patterson, 
bibliog 11 diags Am Biol Teach 27:203-7 Mr 
'65 
Sex check. W. A. Reynolds and T. R. Mertens. 
bibliog 11 Am Biol Teach 26:411-15 O '64 
CHRONOLOGICAL age. See Age 
CHRONOLOGY, Historical 

Date of the Tabula Heracleensis. M. E. 

Mueller. Class J 60:256-8 Mr '65 
How history is modified and enriched by oth- 
er disciplines. D. F. McCall. Nat Council 
Social Studies Yrbk 34:569-84 '64 



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121 



CHUALAR, California 

Education 
Compensatory education at Chualar. E. G. 
Coffin, il Calif Ed 2:11-124- N '64 
CHURCH 
Everyone a teacher. J. A. Ranck. 11 Int 

J Relisr Ed 41:204- S 64 
Not apart from life. C. E. Nelson. 11 Int 
J ReliK Ed 41:8-94- S '64 

History 
See Church history 
CHURCH and college. See Colleges and uni- 
versities — lieiiirious life and activities: 
Junior colleces — Religious life and activities 
CHURCH and education 

Christian community in the academic world. 
H. C. Noble. Christian Scholar 47:366-S 
Wint '64 

Church groups and federal aid to education. 
1933-1939. A. A. Clegg, Jr. Hist Ed Q 4:137- 
54 S '64 

Complete education Includes reileion. D. R. 
Hunter, il Int J Relitf Ed 40:S-9 Je '64 

Experiment In educational sharing. E. 
Wakin. Rellg Ed 60:4:i-8 Ja '65 

From Chicago; Faith and learning In the 
university, second national conference. 
August 23-28, 1964. A. J. Coleman. Chris- 
tian Scholar 47:368-75 Wlnt 64 

Report: world church agencies and higher 
education. H. C. Noble. Christian Scholar 
47:190-2 Fall '64 
See also 

Catholic church — Education 

Religion In the public schools 

Religious education 

Great Britain 
British church-state nue.'<tion. R. M. Druker. 

Col & Unlv 40:117-24 Wint '65 
Church needs. Times Ed Sup 2576:535 O 2 

•M 
Influence of religion on educjitlonal policy. 

1902-1944. C. Cannon. Brit J Ed Studle.s 12: 

143-60 My '64 
Obstacles to comprehension: dilemma of the 

voluntary schools. O. A. Beck. Times Ed 

Sup 2555:1250 My 8 '64 
CHURCH and home 
Beyond the classroom. E. B. Trlckey. II Int 

J RcllK Ed 41:10-11-^ S '64 
From where I sit: some Issues In Chrl.ilian 

education; family life. R. C. Miller. Relit: 

Ed 60:104 Mr '65 
Morning coffee hour groups. M. Odcll. II Int J 

Rellg Ed 40:174- Je '64 
Parents and church take another look. V. G. 

Channels. II Int J H.«llg K(\ 41:10-11 F '65 
CHURCH and International relations 

Conditions for pwice; nationwide program of 

education and action for poace. K. L. Max- 
well. II Int J Rollg Ed 40:4-5 Jl '64 
International action begins at hom». D. E. 

Taylor. II Int J Rellg Ed 40:11-124- J! *64 
CHURCH and race problems 

Christian education and human relations. 

O. P. Stokes. 11 Int J Rellg Ed 40:22-4 My 

'64 
Churches are in It now: the Commls.slon on 

religion and race of the National coimoil 

of churches Is spearheadini; cf)openiiivo 

action by churches. Int J Rellg Ed 4ii:42-3 

My '64 
Dynamics of social change. J. O. I.*c. II Int J 

Rellg Ed 40:12-15 My '64 
Gwynn Oak. L. Edelman. Adult I.,ead 13:39- 

404- Je '64 
In your church: segregation or congregation? 

J. C. Swalm. 11 Int J Rellg Ed 41:6-74- 

D '64 
It Is our problem. A. S. Kramer. 11 Int 

J Rellg Ed 40:18-20 My 'C4 
Our Integrated vacation church school; Rock 

Spring congrregatlonal church, North Ar- 
lington, Va. S. Lovett and others. II 

Int J Rellg Ed 41:14-15 Ja '65 
Understanding the Interracial question: an 

element In sister formation. M. Ahmann. 

Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:173-9 Ag '64 
Uselessness of stereotypes. J. Robinson, il 

Int J Rellg Ed 40:3 My 64 
CHURCH and social problems 
Aapiomamento of seminaries. P. Riga. Nat 

Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:89-96 Ag '64 
All are one. W. K. Howard. II Int J Rellg Ed 

40:2H- My '64 
Catholic teacher education and social leader- 
ship. W. Ferree. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 

61:190-8 Ag '64 
Dynamlca of social change. J. O. Lee. il 

Int J Rellg Ed 40:12-15 My '64 



From where I sit: some issues in Christian 

education; social responsibility. R. C. 

Miller. Rellg Ed 60:102-3 Mr 65 
Human rights: pronouncement and action. 

B. Y. Landis. Int J Relic Ed 40:414- My 

•64 
International action begins at home. D. E. 

Taylor, il Int J Relig Ed 40:11-124- Jl 

'64 
On-the-job ethics. C. P. Hall. 11 Int J 

Relig Ed 41:10-11 D '64 
Relating the problem of poverty in the mod- 
ern world to spiritual formation. Sister 

Mar>- Daniel. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61: 

179-81 Ag '64 
CHURCH and state 

Administrators' centenary; live church-state 

issue. Times Ed Sup 2596-511 F 19 "65 
Child benefit theory. G. R. L^ Noue. TIP 

4:18-22 F f.j 
Church groups and federal aid to education, 

1933-1939. A. A. Clegg. jr. Hist Ed Q 4: 

137-54 S "64 
Experiment in educational sharing. E. 

Wakin. Relig Ed 60:43-8 Ja '65 
Johnsonian compromise could wreck public 

schools. S. M. Elam. Phi Delta Kappan 46: 

249 F '65 
Keeping public schools secular. C. B. Smith. 

Ed Forum 29:71-7 N '64 
Twentieth-century reflection of the Ameri- 
can enlightenment. J. R. Anderson. Social 

Ed 29 :l.-.a-63 Mr '65 
Where are we with the Supreme court? sym- 

po.olum. Rellg Ed 59:313-294- Jl '64 
See also 
Catholic schools — Federal aid 
Church schools — Federal aid 
Religion In the public schools 

Great Britain 

British church-state question. R. M. Bruker. 
Col & Unlv 40:117-24 Wint '65 

Robert Gro.s.seteste: the role of education 
In the reform of thirteenth century Eng- 
ll.ih .society. B. Hutchinson. Hist Ed Q 
5:20-39 Mr '65 

Italy 

Major Catholic-liberal educational philos- 
ophers of the Italian ritiorpitncnto. A. 
Scarongello. Hist Ed Q 4:232-50 D '64 

North Dakota 
Experiment In the teaching of religion; the 
l'nlver.'<ity of North Dakota. D. C. Zlemke. 
H.lik' Ed 59:410-16 S '64 
CHURCH architecture 
Iconic architecture of Rudolf Schwarz; an 
es.nay on architectural and theological 
method. J. W. Dixon, Jr. II Christian 
Scholar 47:280-94 Wlnt 64 
ModiTii i-hurrhes In F'lnland. il Times Ed 
Sup 2.-)5»:115»-5 My 1 '64 
CHURCH camps 

I'amlly rumplng with a puriK).^^ R. Bugg. 
II lilt J Kelig Ed 41:12-13 Ap '65 
CHURCH choirs. See Choirs 

CHURCH cooperation. See Religious Interre- 
lations 
CHURCH history 

Gre.-itest single force: review of The horizon 
hi.storv of <'hrl.stianlly, by R. H. Bainlon. 
V. !•:. Fo.stur. Int J Rellg Ed 41:4 Ap '65 
Svr: also 
Jansenists 

Reformation 
See Reformation 

Teaching 
Teaching church history. E. C. Burkhardt. 
Cath .Sch J 64:25-7 N '64 
CHURCH libraries. See Libraries, Church 
CHURCH membership 
Sunday school training and church mem- 
bership^ W. J. Millard, jr. Rellg Ed 59: 
502-4 N "64 
See also 
Confirmation 
CHURCH music 

Brass instruments in church? F. Garlock. Il 

Sch Musician 36:70-1 Ja '65 
Doctrine of ministerial infallibility. A. C. 

Lannom. II Mus J 23:574- F "65 
Jazz in the church? Sister Rose Alice. Mus J 

23:60 Ap '65 
Mass in the vernacular. W. Tortolano. Mus J 
23:72 Mr '65 
See also 
Easter music 
Music In churches 
Phonorecords — Church music 



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CHURCH musicians. See Musicians 
CHURCH of England 

See also 
Great Britain — Religious institutions and af- 
fairs 

Education 

Church report. Times Ed Sup 2594:356 F 5 
•65 
CHURCH of Scotland 
Kirk and the nude: concern over moral 
standards. Times Ed Sup 2558:1501 My 29 

Little Christianity; religious education in 
Scotland. Times Ed iSup 2574:402 S 18 '64 
CHURCH plays. See Religious drama 
CHURCH related colleges. See Denominational 

colleges 
CHURCH-related occupations. See Vocation 
(in religious orders, congregations, etc) 

CHURCH schools 
Ethnic group school and mother tongue 
maintenance in the United States. J. A 
Fishman and V. C. Nahirny. Sociol of Ed 
37:30n-17 Sum "64 ^ .^ ^ . i^ ti 

Religious education faces the future. P. H. 
Vieth. Relig Ed 59:209-19 My '64 
See also 
Catholic schools „. , ^ , , 

Religious education — Weekday schools 
Sunday schools _ , 

Federal aid 
These are the basic conflicts in federal aid; 
race, religion, interstate rivalry, urban vs. 
rural interests. B. L. Johnson. Ky Sch J 
43:18-21+ F *65 . 

Fmance 

Child benefit theory. G. R. La Noue. TIF 
4:18-22 F '65 ^ . ^ , . , 

Major problems facing schools "Vr.a plu- 
ralistic society. A. Gilbert, il TIP 4:23-8 
F '65 
iSee also 

Church schools — Federal aid 

CHURCH services , , ^ ^. , ■, . ^. r. 

Where shepherds watched; Field of the shep- 
herds Christmas services. Mus J 22:42 D 
'64 
CHURCH unity 
See also 
Ecvimenical movement 

CHURCH work. . . ^, ,.. ^ t:, , 

Encounter: mission in the world. G. Fackre. 

11 Int J Relig Ed 41:6-7+^0 '64 
From study to action. E. Gibson, il Int J 

Relig Ed 41:16-17 N '64 , _ „ . , 

... in prison and you visited me. D. Brinker. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:12-13+ O '64 
International action begins at home. D. E. 

Taylor, il Int J Relig Ed 40:11-12+ Jl 

•64 
1965 cooperative service projects. R. M. Wag- 
ner, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11 Mr '65 
Stay loose! K. H. Wolvington. Int J Relig Ed 

41:5+ My '65 
See also 
Church world service 
Moving pictures in church work 

Leadership 

Catholic teacher education and social leader- 
ship. W. Ferree. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
61:190-8 Ag '64 

Christian leadership and exceptional persons; 
a guide to planning education for leaders 
of the church's ministry with exceptional 
persons. A. E. Kroehler. Int J Relig Ed 
41:20-8+ F ^65 

How to develop adequate leadership. P. G. 
White. Int J Relig Ed 41:15+ S '64 

Summer programs 
Summer ministry to city children and youth. 
C. B. Thomas, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11+ 
Ap ^65 

Youth programs 
Ecumenical youth work: the struggle for 
identity. R. French, il Int J Relig Ed 40: 
18-19 Je '64 
I wish my folks ... H. N. Wright. 11 Int 

J Relig Ed 41:14-15 Ap '65 
Summer ministry to city children and youth. 
C. E. Thomas, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11+ 
Ap '65 
Youth ecumenical seminar. W. L. Hicks, il 
Int J Relig Ed 41:6 Mr '65 
CHURCH work with adults. See Church work 
CHURCH work with minorities 
New approach to the migrant problem. G. 
Sartain. 11 Int J Relig Ed 40:18-19 Jl '64 



CHURCH work with the handicapped 

Christian leadership and exceptional persons; 

a guide to planning education for leaders 

of the church's ministry with exceptional 

persons. A. E. Ivroehler. Int J Relig Ed 

41:20-8+ F '65 
Church for the physically handicapped. V. 

Kreyer. il Int J Relig Ed 41:12-13 P '65 
Into what kind of world? C. M. Palmer. 11 

Int J Relig Ed 41:5-6 F '65 
Listen for the trouble signs. B. K. Smith. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:7-9 P '65 
Parents and church take another look. V. G. 

Channels, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11 F '65 
Religious work with the deaf. Am Ann Deaf 

110:131-58 Ja '65 
To whom it may concern; work with re- 
tarded children in Denver churches. I. 

Wonn. il Int J Relig Ed 41:4-5 Mr '65 
We care about persons in Institutions. M. 

Winchester, il Int J Relig Ed 41:18-19 Ap '65 
What shall we do with him? G. E. Palmer. 

il Int J Relig Ed 41:16-17+ F '65 
You like me? J. F. Presnell. il Int J Relig 

Ed 41:14-15+ F '65 
CHURCH workers 

Directories 
Religious work with the deaf. Am Ann Deaf 

110:131-58 Ja '65 

Education 
College majors and church careers. P. Price 
and R. E. Peterson. Int J Relig Ed 41: 
20-2 My '65 
Would I want to be one of these? J. M. 
Bailey, il Int J Relig Ed 41:6-13 My '65 
CHURCH world service 
What happens to the money? J. W. Abbott, 
il Int J Relig Ed 41:8-9 Mr '65 
CHURCHES 
Church for the physically handicapped. V. 
Kreyer. 11 Int J Relig Ed 41:12-13 P '65 
CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer 
Obituary 

Times Ed Sup pors 2593:274 Ja 29 '65 
Special audio report; Winston Leonard Spen- 
cer Churchill, November 30. 1874- January 
24, 1965. M. U. Bildersee. Ed Screen Av G 
44:31+ Mr '65 
CHURCHILL college. See Cambridge. Univer- 
sity, England — Churchill college 
CICERO, Marcus Tullius 

Argument in De officiis. R. R. Wellman. 
Class J 60:271-2 Mr '65 
CIGARETTES 
See also 
Smoking 

Advertismg 

Smoke-fllled trap. B. Fielding. NEA J 53: 
18-20 O '64 
CINCINNATI 

Department of health 
Responsibilities for school health programs 
in Cincirmati. T. A. Cockburn and W. K. 
Streit. J Sch Health 34:343-6 S '64 

Libraries 

See also 
Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio, pub- 
lic library 

Social work 
Unmarried mothers who kept their babies; 
Social welfare research, inc, YMCA, Cin- 
cinnati. E. P. Reed. 11 Children 12:118-19 i 
My '65 

High schools 
New business education standards: enthu- 
siasm phase. J. C. Roman. Bsns Ed Fonun 
19:19-20 N '64 
CINCINNATI and Hamilton County, Ohio, 
public library 
John F. Kennedy library exhibit; first dis- 
play of tour. B. Cameron, il Wilson Lib 
Bui 39:63-5 S '64 
Staff meetings based on reading for an age 
of change series. M. A. Sanger. ALA Bui 
58:526 Je '64 
CINEFLUOROGRAPHY 

Articulation and patterns of palatopharyn- 
geal closure. R. L. Shelton, jr, and others, 
bibliog J Speech & Hearing Dls 29:390-408 
N '64 
Clinical assessment of palatopharyngeal clos- 
ure. R. L. Shelton, jr, and others, bibliog 
J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:37-43 F '65 
CINEMA. See Moving pictures 
CINEMATOGRAPHY, Medical 
See also 
Cinefluorography 
CINQUAINS. See English language — Versifica- 
tion 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



123 



CI RCt-E 
Some lines determined by the circles of de 
Lx>ngcliamps. D. M. Bailey, diags Sch Sci 
& Math 65 241-5S Mr '05 
Some remarks concerning families of circles 
and radical axes. J. A. Bradley, jr. diags 
Math Teach 57:533-6 D '64 
See also 
Tnver.slons 'peometry) 
CIRCLE in literature 
Circular Imagery in Thoreau's Week. J. J. 
Boies. Col Enel 26:350-5 F '65 
CIRCLE squaring 
See also 

Pi (Tt) 

CIRCUIT testers. See Electric circuit testers 
CIRCULAR saws. See Saws 

CIRCULATION, Atmospheric. See Atmosphere 
CIRCULATION of the blood. See Blood— Cir- 

cu!alio;i 
CI RE perdue. See Lost wax process 
CITATIONS. See Bibliographical citations 
CITIES and towns 
Film.g, flimstrips, recordings; cities of the 
world. U C. WesL Grade Teach 82:116+ 
S '04 
Films: The city. L. C. Carter. J GeoR 63: 

379 N '64 
Teaching the big city to the migrant child. 
A. M. Potts. 2d. Av Instr 10:37-8 Ja '65 
See also 
City planning 
Urbanization 

Water supply 

See Water supply 

Asia, Southeastern 
Rural and urban dwellers of Southeast Asia. 
T. F. Barton, maps J Geog 64:113-22 Mr 
•65 
CITIES and towns. Ancient 
See also 
Athens. Ancient 
CITIES and towns, Ruined, extinct, etc. 
See also 
Pompeii 
CITIZENS advisory committees. See Citizens 

coiniulttccs 
CITIZENS committees 
Active cltizcius' committee wins school-bond 
election. K. U. iJunny and J. H. Harria. 
Am Sch Bd J liy;21-2 S '64 
Case of the advi.'jory committee. I. L. Holt. 

Ind Arts & Voc Kd 54:31 F '65 
Great strides were ta><en; allegedly an ac- 
curate copy of the minutes of a committee 
meeting in the Greater Cleveland area. 
Phi Delta Kappan 46:285 F '65 
Use local people lo review local program.'*. 
U. J. L>enny and J. it. Clary, il Ag Ed Ma« 
36:270-1-1- Jo '64 
CITIZENS for decent literature 
CDL. on the local scene. E. J. Gaines. ALA 

Bui 59:17-18 Ja '65 
Right to read L. C. Merrltt. 11 CTA J 61: 
ls-20-f- Ja '05 
CITIZENSHIP 
Educational requirements for world citizen- 
.ship and government. J. L. Henderson. 
Year Book of Ed 1964:265-78 
Iluiiuin rclalion.H In a ro.silve society. J. B. 
l^arsons. North Cen Assn Q 39:17b-83 Fall 
'64 
CITIZENSHIP, School. See School citizenship 
CITIZENSHIP day 
Citizenship month activities. 11 Mont Ed 
41:21-24- Ap '65 
CITIZENSHIP education 
Ciiizoiiship In action. Sister Mary Leah 

Call! Sch J 65:31 Ja '65 
Education for citizenship In the modern 
world. D. Husk. Am Assn Sch Adm OlHclal 
Report 1904:30-40 
Parents who care, more or less. K. Erickson. 

il PTA Mag 58:25-7 Je '64 
Ri.sing crime rate and education. B. F. 

Brown. Cath Ed R 62:433-40 O '64 
Role of the teacher in politics. J. A. McCon- 

nell. Am Teach Mag 49:7-f- Ap '65 
We learn what we live. W. Q. Daniel. J Negro 
Ed 33:367-70 Fall '64 
See also 
Civics 

Adult 
Bill of rights in adult education. J. L. Nelson. 

bibliog Adult Lead 13:321-2 Ap '65 
Needed for citizenship education: urban af- 
fairs centers. W. C. Rogers. Adult Lead 
13:316-16-i- Ap '65 



Aims and objectives 
Developing democratic behaviors in young 

children. L. S. Levine. CTA J 61:29-1- Ja 

•65 
Every citizen holds offlce. J. F. Kennedy. 

Sch & Com 50:29-30 My '64; Same. Minn 

J Ed 45:20-1 O '64 

Motivation 
To study controversial issues is not enough. 
S. B. Simon and M. Harmin. Social Studies 
55:163-6 O '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 30: 
34-5 Ja '65 

Projects 
Citizenship month activities. II Mont Ed 41: 
21-24- Ap '65 

Teacher education 
Teacher education for effective teaching of 
the Bill of riK'hts. F. S. Chase. J Teach 
Ed 16:8-16 Mr ^65 

Teaching aids and devices 
Mock elections in schools; steps to political 
maturity. H. Entwisile. Times Ed Sup 2573: 
348 S 11 "64; Reply. D. Brace. 2574:396 S 
18 ^64 
Practical politics; case study fllm.'? for dis- 
cussion. W. Holmes. Av Instr 9:676-8 D '64 

Units of work 
Concepts of citizenship. W. Hitt. Instr 74:121 
Mr '65 

Elementary schoots 

Charlie vs the teacher: fifth grade class trial. 
R. Stephens. CTA J 61:21-2 Ja '65 

Developing democratic behaviors in young 
children. L. S. Levine. CTA J 61 :29+ Ja 
'65 

Learning all about laws in the elementary 
grades. S. S. BrodbelL Grade Teach 82: 
34-6 Mr '65 

Organizing facts to give meaning to signifi- 
cant ideas. R. W. Reynolds. Calif i^d 2: 
18-20-t- O '64 

High schools 

Cltlz. •; study-dis- 
cu,^ uburg and 
C. . 1 G. Dono- 
van. ., . ..» ....... ...•...-„■ ^ 64 

How should the council be concerned with 
discipline? A. A. Hardin. Sch Activities 
33:271-2 My '64 

Making freedom real. J. A. Fadem. biblioB 
CTA J 61:23-8 Ja "65 

Vote for citizenship. S. Polatnlck. Social Ed 
28:343-6 O '64 

Junior high tchoolt 

Adventure In cltlzeii.siiip. J. Colwell. 11 Sch 
& Com 51:21 D '64 

Learning about local government. L. P. An- 
derson. 11 Sch & Com 61:16 My '65 

California 
Shared responsibility; tcichlng about the 
Bill of rights by teachers and lawyers. 
R. M. O'Nell. 11 CTA J 61:l4-15-f- Ja '65 

Denmark 
Youth town In Copenhagen. II Times Ed Sup 
2583:920-1 N 20 ^64 

Great Britain 
Mock elections in .schools: steps to political 
maturity. H. Entwistle. Times Ed .Sup 2573: 
348 S 11 '64; Reply. D. Brace. 2574:396 S 
18 '64 

CITY and country 
American historian vs. the city. A. F. Davis. 
biblioK Social Studies 56:91-6. 127-35 Mr- 
Ap '05 
See also 
Urbanization 

CITY and town life 
Urban living: can teacher education meet Its 
problems? V. Borger. 11 Wis J Ed 97:10-21-1- 
Ap •65 

CITY boards of education. See Boards of edu- 
cation — City 

CITY children 

Characteristics of the culturallv disadvan- 
taged child. M. H. Black. Read Teach 18: 

465-70 Mr '65 

Children without: new film documents prob- 
lems of education for disadvantaged young- 
sters. II Ariz Teach 53:23 Ja '65: Same Ky 
Sch J 43:13 F '66: Mich Ed J 42:6 F '65 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CITY children — Continued 

Comparison of rural and urban pupils on 
achievement. J. C. Moore and P. T. King. 
Sch & Com 51:28-30 N '64 
DlsadvantaKed students. H. Fleck. Prac Fore- 
cast 10:5-1- D '64 
Headstart for children in slums. G. Lewis 
and H. Mackintosh, il Am Ed l:30-inside 
back cover D '64 . „ ^ t, . 

Mobile child: minority or majority? D. Bevis 

and R. Faunce. Minn J Ed 45:30 D '64 
Preparing the city child for his school. G. C. 

Fusco. Sch Life 46:5-8 My '64 
Summer ministry to city children and youth. 
C. E. Thomas, il Int J Relig Ed 41:10-11-1- 
Ad '65 ... 

University and the decaymg American city. 
B. Cox. Ed Rec 45:395-400 Fall 'R4 
CITY college of San Francisco. See San Fran- 
cisco. City college 
CITY colleges. See Colleges and universities. 

Municipal 
CITY government. See Mimicipal government 
CITY life. See City and town life 
CITY planning „ , „ .,, . 

Educational park. M. Wolff. Am Sch & Univ 

36:9 Jl '64 . ^ 

Great communities in a great society; a 
challenge to our secondary schools. A. G. 
Odell, jr. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 49: 
292-8 Mr '65 
See also 
Urban renewal 
CITY school administration. See Administra- 
tion of schools — City 
CITY school children. See City children 

CITY schools „ „ , , 

Airing the issue; problem of staffing schools 

in depressed communities. C. Shapp; R. S. 

Kramer, il Instr 73:264- Je '64 
Approach to the problems of a downtown 

school. N. N. Jaffa and R. M. Brandt, il 

Nat El Prin 44:25-8 N '64 
Big-city school: problems and prospects, il 

PTA Mag 59:18-20 O; 12-14 N; 10-13 D '64; 

16-18-f- Ja; 6-8 F; 4-6 Mr; 8-10 Ap '65 
Cardozo Peace corps project: experiment in 

urban education. L. Cuban. Social Ed 28: 

446-9-1- D '64 . ^ v. t. ^ 

Client needs in cities and suburbs. D. G. 

Zytowski and others. Personnel & Guid 

J 43:41-4 S '64 
Culturally deprived child: achieving adequacy 

through education. J. D. Grambs. bibliog 

Nat El Prin 44:8-15 N '64; Same cond. Ed 

Digest 30:1-4 Ja '65 . ^ ,„ „^ 

Education for the culturally deprived. W. W. 

Wattenberg. il Nat El Prin 44:16-19 N 'b4 
Education park. J. E. Mauch. Am Sch Bd J 

150:9-11 Mr '65 , , .,^ 

Effective schools for disadvantaged children. 

A. C. Ornstein. J Sec Ed 40:105-9 Mr '65 
Effects of desegregation on school discipline. 

L E Vredevoe. Ed Digest 30:12-15 Ap '65 
Grant aims for city-wide improvements. 

Wis J Ed 97:35 P '65; Same cond. Pa 

Sch J 113:369 Ap '65 
How an urban school system identifies its 

disadvantaged. H. Spears and I. Pivnick. 

J Negro Ed 33:245-53 Sum '64; Same. 34: 

47-55 Wint '65 
How big city and suburban schools can get 

together. R. J. Havighurst. Nations Sch 

74:60-14- S '64 _ „ 

Language arts and deprived pupils. B. M. 

Mingoia. Ed 85:283-7 Ja '65 
Large cities: the AV program dissected. 

W. G. Harris. Av Instr 9:430-1 S '64 
Let's try the one-room school again. R. 

Wyman. Am Sch Bd J 149:9-10 Jl '64 
Materials and methods in reading; the Great 

cities program. S. Krippner. Bd 85:470-1 

Ap '65 
Metropolitan dilemma; aftermath of an in- 
spection. Times Ed Sup 2590:59 Ja 8 '65 
Metropolitan systems: AV and the culturally 

disadvantaged. A. Landowne. Av Instr 9: 

429-30 S '64 
New York city's effective schools make his- 
tory. T. Bleecker. il Am Teach Mag 49: 

5-64- Ap "65 
Program reports from large cities, il Av 

Instr 10:40-5 Ja '65 
Roadblocks to recruitment. H. Sebold and 

G. B. Redfern. il Ohio Sch 42:18-194- N '64 
School dropouts in big cities. Sch & Soc 92: 

326 N 14 '64 
School in the urban apostolate. Sister Mary 

of the Holy Child. Cath Sch J 65:21-2 Mr 

•05 
Schoolhouses for big cities. W. W. Chase. 

11 map plans Am Ed 1:12-19 F "65 
Soine selected factors associated with rural 

and urban dropouts in Laurens County, 

Ga. W. J. Lyda and V. P. Copenny. J 

Negro Ed 34:96-8 Wint '65 



Stereotypes regarding disadvantaged stu- 
dents. D. U. Levine. J Sec Ed 40:102-4 
Mr '65 
Student teachers gain inner-city confidence. 

Y. M. Lofthouse. Mich Ed J 42:15 Ap '65 
Teachers and resources in the slum com- 
plex. V. F. Haubrich. Claremont Read 
Conf Yrbk 28:40-50 '64 
Teaching in the big city. M. L. Steet. il 

NEA J 53:18-20 D '64 
Teaching in the large city. L. J. Chamberlin. 

Clearing House 39:483-6 Ap '65 
What's the real story? L. Cuban. Social 
Studies 56:21-6 Ja '65 
CITY superintendents. See Superintendents- 
City 
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico 
Recuerdos de Ciudad Judrez en escritores de 
la revoluci6n. L. Leal. Hispania 47:231-41 
My '64 
CIVIC education. See Citizenship education 
CIVICS 

iSee also 
Citizenship education 

Projects 
How to teach the basic ideas of self-govern- 
ment. B. Sund. Grade Teach 82:174- F '65 

Teaching 
Get into civic life. M. Azeveda. il Cath Sch 
J 64:53-4 S '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Let's make a visitation! B. E. Witte. Social 

Studies 55:258-61 D '64 
Teaching by television. V. W. Jantzen. 
Clearing House 39:274 Ja '65 
CIVIL air patrol. See United States— Civil air 

patrol 
CIVIL defense 
Teenage reactions to nuclear threat. S. Leven- 
stein. Teach Col Rec 66:123-7 N '64 
See also 
Atomic bomb shelters 

Schools 
CD: planned action for emergencies. G. H. 

Hajnpel. Am Sch Bd J 149:46-7 D '64 
CIVIL rights 
Human rights and responsibilities, il Minn 

J Ed 45:8-13 S '64 
In a climate of change; civil rights. W. Van 

Til. Assn Sup & Curric Develop Yrbk 1965: 

12-13 
Law and the human heart. F. Keppel. Childh 

Ed 41:219-21 Ja '65 
Negro in history textbooks. L. Miller. OTA J 

61:344- Mr '65 
Patriotic dissenters. R. H. Rovere. NEA J 

54:31 F '65 
School integration and civil rights. J. E. 

Allen, jr. Sch & Soc 92:342 N 14 '64 
Segregation and the schools. F. H. Keppel. 

Nat Ed As.sn Proc 102:36-40 '64; Same. Phi 

Delta Kappan 46:3-5 S '64 
See also 
Due process of law 

Negroes in the United States — Civil rights 
Students — Civil rights 
Teachers — Civil rights 
United States— Constitution — Bill of rights 

Teaching 

Bill of rights in adult education. J. L. Nelson. 

bibliog Adult Lead 13:321-2 Ap '65 
Civil rights and the Negro in the United 

States; a sixth-grade project. S. Sellinger. 

Childh Ed 41:222 Ja '65 
Finding out about fair play. M. Van Ness. 

il Grade Teach 82:324- D '64 
Making freedom real. J. A. Fadem. bibliog 

CTA J 61:23-8 Ja '65 
We learn about liberty from the press. J. 

Pulton. CTA J 61:5-7 Mr '65 
CIVIL rights act of 1964. See Social legislation 

— United States 
CIVIL rights demonstrations. See Negroes in 

the United States — Civil rights 

CIVIL service 
Development and education of an international 
civil service. H. L. Beesley. Year Book of Ed 
1964:216-40 

Great Britain 
Civil service. Times Ed Sup 2552:992 Ap 
17 '64 

United States 
After placement: what? J. W. Macy, jr. 11 

J Col Placement 25:26-74- P '65 
U.S. civil service standards for accounting 
technicians. J. H. Dent. Bal Sheet 46:397-9 
My '65 



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125 



CIVIL technology. See En^neering technology 
CIVILIAN defense. See Civil defense 
CIVILIZATION 
Latin and general education. E. Lindquist. 
Peabody J Ed 42:285-9 Mr '65 
See also 
Anthropology 
Culture 
History 
Social philosophy 

History 

Ancient river valley civilizations. R. Coul- 
born. Nat Council Social Studies Yrbk 34: 
118-46 "64 

Preservation of records 

Windows on the world; Westinphou.'^e electric 
corporation's 1964 Time capsule, New York 
world's fair. V. S. Johnson. K| Engl 42:453 
Ap •r,:, 
CIVILIZATION, Ancient 
.S'^e also 
Civilization. Greek 
CIVILIZATION, Greek 
Artist looks at Hella.s. impressions of Greeco: 
drawing.s. O. Kokoschka. Times Ed Sup 2595: 
424-5 F 12 '65 
Heritage of Greece: relevance to modern 
times. J. O'Mcara. Times Ed Sup 2558: 
1505 My 29 'f.l 
CIVILIZATION, Medieval 
Si^e also 
Feudal l.«m 
CIVILIZATION and communication. See Com- 

nniniratlon and civilization 
CIVILIZATION and machinery. See Technology 

and fiviliznlion 
CIVILIZATION and science. See Science and 

civilization 
CIVILIZATION and technology. See Tech- 
nology and civilization 

CLAIMS 
World of 111 tie maps. R. C. Kingsbury. II 
maps J Oeog 63:355-66 N "64 

CLAIR, Ren6 
Clash of Intelligences: soimd vs. Image In 
lUinfi, Clair's A noua. la liberti. R. C. Dale. 
French K 38:6,'!7-44 Ap '65 

CLAMPS 
Hark for hand-screw clamps. J. A. Kassay. 
II (Hags Sch Shop 24:44-6-4- O "64 
CLAREMONT, California 

Theater 
Commedia dell'arte In a Mexican tolk theatre; 
Padua Hills theatre. Claremont. Calif. P. H. 
n.'Ucl. Hl.spania 47:537-9 .S 'C« 
CLAREMONT reading conference 

ClarciJiont reading conforonce; twontv-elghlh 
yearbook, 1964; special theme. Kcadlng and 
emtTglng cultural values: ed. by .M. P. 
l)ougla.s8. (V28) 184p bibllog pa "64 Clare- 
mont graduate sch. currlc. laboratory 
CLARENCE, New York 

Ledaeview school 
Supervisor and curriculum director at work: 
using an experienced teacher In a limited 
supervisory- role. Q. W. Gates. Assn Sup & 
Currlc Develop Yrbk 1905:95-100 
CLARINET 
Clarinet choir. R. K. Weerts. J Res Mus 

Ed 12:227-30 Fall '64 
Clarinet clinical; ed. by H. Schmidt. See Is- 
sues of Sfhool mu.slrian August 1964- 
Clarlnet corner; ed. by !>. Kaplan. See Is.'sues 

of School mu.'<iclan through May 1964 
Clarinet family and the music of tomorrow 
n. McCafhren. II Mus J 23:46-74- An '65 
Teaching clarinet Dngerings with teaching 
machines. L.. E. Woelllln. il J lies Mus Ed 
12:287-94 Wint '64 

Study and teaching 
Positioner: a boon for clarinetists. H. 
Schmidt. II Mus J 23:52 Ap '65 
CLARINET music 

Clarinet choir. R. K. Weerts. J Res Mus 

Ed 12:227-30 Fall '64 
New clarinet and saxophone music. D. 
Kaplan. Sch Musician 35:55-7 My '64 
CLARK, John 
Eureka: a machine for making L,atin verses. 
D. W. Blandford. II dlag Class J 60:247-51 
Mr '65 
CLARK. Walter Van Tllburg 
Walter Van Tilburg Clark's ambiguous 
American dream. L. L. Lee. Col Engl 26: 
382-7 F '65 
CLARK college, Vancouver, Washington 
Clark college alumni build a chime tower. 
R. J. Moaer. 11 Jun Col J 35:39 O '64 



CLARK COUNTY, Nevada 

Public schools 
How to take the battle out of budget adop- 
tion. J. L. Glaspey. Sch Mgt 9:132-1- Mr 
■65 
CLARKE school for the deaf, Northampton, 
Massachusetts 
Academic preparation to insure adjustment 
into classes with hearing students. A. S. 
Miller. Volta R 66:414-25 S '64 
Multiply handicapped in a working world. 

M. A. Langdon. Volta R 66:504-7 S '64 
Reading: goals and achievements at Clarke 
school for the deaf. M. E. Magner. Volta 
R 66:461-8 S '64 
CLARKSON college of technology. Potsdam, 
New York 
Electricity at work across the Nation; Clark- 
son college of technologj". il Am Sch & 
Unlv 37:66 Ja '65 
CLASS distinction 
Spe also 
Efiuality 
.Social cla-;scs 
CLASS grouping. See Ability grouping 
CLASS periods 

Beaten by the bell; double-period timetables. 
M. Hazell. Times Ed Sup 2558:1493 My 
29 '64 
Can flexible scheduling Improve social studies 
instruction? J. .\. Hamilton and R. F. 
MadKic. J Sec Ed 39:293-8 N '64 
Sec also 
Time allotments 
CLASS plan of piano Instruction. See Piano 

cla-sses 
CLASS plays. See School plays 
CLASS schedules. See Schedules. School 
CLASS size 
Organ l^ational character of education: 
facility planning and business manage- 
ment; school and class size. M. J. Conrad 
and W. Grimth. R Ed Res 34:474-6 O '64 

Research 
Effect of class size upon reading achleve- 

n,..ni i,. first grade. J. R. Kryinler. Read 

T. .IN '64 

Son iflons on the effects of class 

SI.' i'lipll achievement In geometrical 

drawing. S. Haskell. J Ed Res 58:27-30 

S '64 

Elementary schools 
Roconunendatlons on class and school size 

for California elementary schools. R. V/. 

Reynolds. Calif Ed 2:22-4 D '64 

High schools 
Can flexible scheduling Improve social studies 

Instruction? J. A. Hnjiillton and R. F. 

Madgic. J Sec Ed 39:295-8 N '64 
Class size In secondary schools; summary. 

National education association. Research 

division. NEA Res Dul 43:19-23 F '65 
How large are high school classes? R. C. 

Maul. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 49:103- 

13 Ja '65 
NEA Research division looks at secondary 

school class size. R. C. Maul. NEA J 54: 

44-5 Mr '65 . . . 

Scheduling problems: how many? how loryrT 

S. L. Besvlnlck. Clearing House 39:425-7 

Mr '65 
Sixteen students too many. H. M. Hennebry. 

Sci Kd 49:259-61 Ap 65 
Teacher load and class size In high school 

English. D. E. Wade. J Sec Ed 40:51-6 F 

•65 

Junior high schools 

How large are high school classes? R. C. 

Maul. Nat Assn .^ec Sch Prln Bui 49:103-13 

Ja '65 
NEA Research division looks at secondary 

school class size. R. C. Maul. NEA J 54: 

44-5 Mr '65 

Kindergarten 
Backdrop for kindergarten instruction. M. W. 

Gipe. Calif Ed 2:18-20 Ap '65 
Kindergarten: the classes are too big. J. L. 

Hymes. Jr. Grade Teach 82:44-5-1- My '65 

California 

Recoinmendatlons on class and school size 

for California elementary schools. R. W. 

Reynolds. Calif Ed 2:22-4 D '64 

New York (state) 
Teacher load and class size In high school 
English. D. E. Wade. J Sec Ed 40:51-6 F 
'65 



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CLASS visitation. See Classroom visitation 
CLASSES, Size of. See Class size 
CLASSICAL association of the Middle West 
and South ^„„_ 

IVIeetings, 19G5 
Sixty-first annual meeting. Toledo, „ Ohio, 
April 22-24, 1965; proRram. Class J 60:263- 
6 Mr '65 

Southern section 

Southern section. Charleston, S.C, Nov. 26- 
28, 1964; program. Class J 60:28-9 O '64 
CLASSICAL clubs. See ]L,atin language— Clubs 
CLASSICAL drama 

Translations into English 
See Classical literature — Translations into 
Ensllsh 
CLASSICAL education „ ,, ^ 

We see by the papers: ed. by R. M. Frazer, 
jr. See issues of Classical journal 
See also 
Humanities 

History 
Reforms and response: the Yale report of 
1828. M. I. Urofsky. bibliog Hist Ed Q 5: 
53-67 Mr '65 

Great Britain 
Classics: today and tomorrow. B. R. Dodds. 
Times Ed Sup 2551:914 Ap 10 '64 
CLASSICAL investigation. See American 

classical league 
CLASSICAL languages 
Western literary tradition and the study of 
languages. W. M. Stewart. J Gen Ed 16: 
317-26 Ja '65 
See also 
Latin language 

Bibliography 
Book reviews; ed. by R. J. Lenardon. See 
issues of Classical journal 
Teaching 
Forum; ed. by A. M. Lashbrook. See issues 
of Classical journal 

Great Britain 
Doing the classics. Times Ed Sup 2560:1636 
Je 12 '64 
CLASSICAL literature 

See also 
Greek literature 
Latin literature 

Bibliography 
From other journals: ed. by R. A. Hornsby. 
Class J 60:317-21 Ap '65 

Teaching 
High schools 
Homer and the heroic reader. R. E. Hull. 
Engl J 53:336-41 My '64 

Teaching aids and devices 
Classical literature recorded; Greek and 
Latin language. R. J. Lenardon. Class J 
59:354-6 My '64 

Translations into English 
Homer and the heroic reader. R. E. Hull. 
Engl J 53:336-41 My '64 

Value 
Continuing the classical view. R. K. Morton. 

Class J 60:309-11 Ap '65 
Homer and the heroic reader. R. E. Hull. 
Engl J 53:336-41 My '64 
CLASSICAL poetry 

Translations into English 
See Classical literature — Translations in- 
to English 
CLASSICAL studies 
Continuing the classical view. R. K. Morton. 
Class J 60:309-11 Ap '65 
CLASSICISIVl 

Sainte-Reuve's classicism. E. R. Marks. 
French R 37:411-18 P '64 
CLASSICISIVl in music 

Classicism: its nature and appearance. H. 

Dart. Mus J 22:40+ N '64 
Teaching composition via Schenker's theory. 
I. Silberman. bibliog il J Res Mus Ed 12: 
295-303 Wlnt '64 
CLASSIFICATION 
Capabilities and improvements of linkage 
analysis as a clustering method. L. L. 
McQuitty. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:441- 
56 Fall '64 



Intelligence, categorical systems, and content 
organization. R. W. Stadt. Ed Theory 15: 
121-9 Ap '65 
See also 

Biology — Classification 

Botany — Classification 

Education — Classification 

Occupations — Classification 

Rocks — Classification 

Books 

Fringe benefit in Egypt; cataloging and clas- 
sification for Assiut university libraries. 

M. S. Rinehart. il Wilson Lib Bui 39:52-5 

S '64 

Students 
Against the stream. Times Ed Sup 2554:1174 

My 1 '64 
Dropouts and the graded school. V. C. Di- 

pasquale. Phi Delta Kappan 46:129-33 N '64 
Equivalence of random groups as an elusive 

factor in the merit rating of teachers. W. 

H. Lucow. Can Ed Res Digest 4:107-12 Je 

'64 
Evaluating tomorrow's English teachers. E. 

R. Fagan. J Sec Ed 39:321-5 N '64 
In Libby, pre-school testing leads to ungraded 

primary; philosophy of the program. T. 

Stay ton. il Mont Ed 41:11 Ap '65 
See also 
Ability grouping 
Grade placement 

Colleges and universities 
Prediction of persistence in college. D. J. 

Prediger. J Counsel Psychol 12:62-7 Spr 

•65 
Two one and two two. R. Peacock. Univ Q 

19:176-81 Mr '65 

Elementary schools 
Some tentative conclusions about grouping. 

Ed Digest 30:47-9 N '64 
Viewpoint on school readiness; excerpts from 

School readiness: behavior tests used at 

the Gesell institute. F. L. Ilg and L. B. 

Ames. Sch & Soc 92:397-402 D 26 '64 
CLASSIFICATION, Decimal 
Dewey abroad. S. K. Vann. il Wilson Lib 

Bui 39:550-4 Mr '65 
Dewey 17: a preview and report. B. A. 

Custer. Wilson Lib Bui 39:555-9 Mr '65 
CLASSROOiM interaction. See Interaction 

process analysis 
CLASSROOM libraries. See Libraries, School 
CLASSROOM management 
Be an A-1 teacher right from the beginning. 

B. Royer. Bsns Ed World 45:16+ N '64 
Classroom control. E. Brainard. Clearing 

House 38:525-7 My '64 
Classroom guidance. M. V. Pullen. Instr 74: 

20-1 Mr; 28-9 Ap '65 
Classroom guidance; human relations come 

first. M. V. Pullen. Instr 74:20-1 Mr '65 
Cue out discipline problems. D. Russell. Instr 

74:93+ Je '65 
Discipline by contract. F. T. Davenport. iSci 

Teach 32:48 Ja '65 
Discipline? follow the yellow brick road. 

R. Agnew. il NEA J 53:52-4 O '64 
Do a better job in an easier way. L. Heron. 

J Bsns Ed 40:63-6 N '64 
Don't expect too much of yourself. H. Warde- 

berg. Grade Teach 82:41 O '64 
Do's and don'ts in asking questions. A. C. 

Ornstein. Chicago Sch J 46:214-16 F '65 
For the young teacher; teacher and class. F. 

M. Hodgson. Engl Lang Teach 19:129-31 Ap 

'65 
How to keep the kiddies in line. G. L. Fultz. 

Sch & Com 51:72 N '64 
In slow gear; we're friends now! achieving 

group unity in a special class. J. Jackson. 

Instr 74:86-7 My '65 
It's fairest, this teacher has found, to have 

a teacher's pet! V. Woods, il Tex Outl 48: 

24-5 D '64 
Mental hygiene in the classroom. M. L. Hop- 
kins. Sch & Com 51:19 My '65 
Open classroom; guidelines for the creative 

teacher. M. D. Baughman and R. P. 

Eberle. Clearing House 39:387-92 Mr '65 
Recitation period in mathematics. J. B. Or- 
leans. H Points 46:53-8 Je '64 
Safeguarding gi'oup morale. M. A. Curtis, il 

Cath Rch J 65:24 My '65 
Superintendent defines good teaching. D. W. 

Tregarthen. il Calif Ed 2:7-10 Mr '65 
Teacher's concept of self discipline. M. L. 

O'Brien. Ed 84:551-4 My '64 
Tomb or classroom? A. A. Delaney. Clear- 
ing House 39:370-1 F '65 
Traffic signals for the beginning teacher. J. J. 

Toth. Cath Sch J 64:45-6 S '64 



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CLASSROOM management — Continued 
Unguarded moment. L,. J. Chamberlin. Inatr 

74:9C4- Ap '65 
What is classroom discipline? R. M. Bossone. 

Clftarinfr House 39:218-21 D '64 
What teachers do and the way they do It. 

M. M. Hughes, il XEA J 53:11-13 S '64 
See also 
Discipline, School 
Teaching — Democratic practices 

Research 
Self concept data. W. C. Morse. Nat Assn 

Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:23-7 S "64 
Teacher-pupil interaction; teaching patterns. 

E. Ami'ion and A. Simon. R Ed Res 35:131- 

3 Ap 'tJo 
CLASSROOM research. See Action research 
CLASSROOM simulators. See Simulation in 

education 
CLASSROOM visitation 
Experiment in conversation. B. Johnson. Mont 

Ed 11:17 Ap 'C5 
See al30 
Supervision and supervisors 
CLASSROOMS 
Case of room 103. 11 Am Sch & Unlv 36:2o- 

« Je "64 . , , , ^ 

Cla.^sroom for $/,000 from remodeled space. 

II I.Ian Sch MkI 8:48-9 D '64 
Classroom modernization. U. Featherstone 

and D. Leu. 11 Am Sch Bd J 148:63-4+ Je 

"64 
How much does college classroom space 

really co.st? E. E. HiKgins and A. J. Hol- 

brook. Hii-'her Ed 20:Si-iO .To "64 
Room environment reflects the Instructional 

program. L.. R. Wootton. ChUdh Ed 41:301- 

3 F* *65 
Uijiqiiltous unicorn: .'<atire. G. R. Bolge. Clear- 
ing House 39:4o9-60 Ap '05 



-A)' 



ig llous 
ftp.e al.H 



nns 

• ion rooms 

' <IIIS 



i' . 

Electronic equipment 
Dictation lalioratory. Sist<^r Mary Roberta. 

11 Cath Sch J 04:80-1 My T.! . ^ 
Electronic teaching for school dropouts. 

D W. I'.<hnke. Av In.-rr mm -2 Jrx '^65 
From luniiuuK" Inl. miIcA; 

tlons center I'. !.■ i r 't.n 

G«ltlng an eleelroiii. n. M. 

Grceriberg. H I'olni.-i -th.^^-j <j '^ i 
Ijabonitorv oveiln'ud. N. it. A.siienbrenner. 

n Olh Sch J (•,l:7:!-4 My "64 
LanKiiago laboratory and the electronic dnss- 

room. S. W. Newman. Hl.vpanla 48:102-4 

Mr '65 
New .sehool.s for old. K. Aiistwlck. II Times 

Ed Sut. 2:.o2:9r,u-l An 17 'Ci 
Penn.svlvanla statp unlver.«<lty: the In.itnic- 

tlonal learning system.'* and rc.««oarch center. 

C R. Carpenter. II plan Av In.str 10:134-5 

F' T).^ 
Stephens collotre: tho Jamos Madison Wood 

quadran«lo (learning center) N. Balanoft. 

11 Av Instr 10:122-4 F '05 , ^, 
Wlsicon.'^in state uiilverslty-Plattevllle: a 

demonstration cla.ssroom. O. G. Brooks. 11 

Av Instr 10:132-3 F '65 

Heating and ventilation 
Classroom air conditioner. H. Gores; J. 

King. II Sch Mgt 8:141 Jl '64 ^ 
Heat and glare reflector. H. Gores: J. 

King. II Sch Mgt 8:133 Jl '64 

Llnht control 
Better light for better learning. W. Allphln. 

11 Am Sch \- Univ .^0:21-5 Jo TA 
EfTlclent lighting for clas.orooms. L. A. 

Roehr. II Prac Forecast 10:Pr,0-P61+ F '65 
Heat and glare refleetor. If. Gores; J. 

King. II Sch Mgt S:i;n Jl '0.4 , 
Questions and an.swers about school plant 

design: light control. Av Instr 10:115-17 F 

Throw some light on tho subject. II diag.s 

Sell Mi't R:l(^:!-1-I- Jl ■fi4 
Vl.<«tial environment and learning. P. W. 
Seagers. Ed Digest 30:44-6 O 'C4 
CLASSROOMS, Self-contained, See Self-con- 
tained cl.'vs.sroom.H 
CLASSROOMS, Traveling. Soo Traveling class- 
rooms 
CLATHRATE compounds. See Molecular com- 
pounds 
CLAUDEL, Paul 

Revising of I'nrtape do midi. V. Lee. French 
R 3S:337-48 Ja '65 
CLAUSES, See English langruage — Clauses 



CLAVICHORD 
See also 
Piano 
CLAY 
Copper enameling on clay. N. Spridigliozzl. 11 

Sch Arts 64:38 N '64 
Use of modeling clay in a drafting room. 
R. L. Grandle. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53: 
4S S '64 
CLAY modeling. See Modeling 
CLAY reliefs. See Relief (sculpture) 
CLAY sculpture. See Ceramic sculpture 
CLAYTON, Missouri 

High school 
Paperback books, a swing around the coun- 
tr>-; Clayton. Mo. R. Freedman. Sch Mgt 
8:120-1 Je '64 
CLEANING of school buildings. See School 

buildinir.s — Maintenance and repair 
CLEANING supplies. See Household supplies 
CLEFT palate. See Palaie. Cleft 
CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain, 
pseud) 
Computer and character analysis; Huck Finn. 
A. B. Ellis. Engl J 53:522-7 O '64; Reply. 
G. A. Love. 54:62 Ja '65 
Mark Twain, the Abraham Lincoln of Amer- 
ican literature. B. Beggs. 11 Sch & Cora 51: 
30-1-+- N '64 
CLERGY 

Is thi.<4 for me? W. Mild. II Int J Relig Ed 

41:16-17 t- .\ly '05 
Pulpit and the assassination of Lincoln. C. J. 

Stewart. Q J Speech 50:2D9-307 O '64 
Teacher activities and professional growth 
OS perceived by physicians, lawyers, 
clergymen, and eaucators. B. R. DiUman. 
J Teach Ed 15:386-92 D '64 
See also 
Catholic church — Clergy 
Melnardus, O. 
Ware. hL 

Education In service 
Roles of secular and sacred leamlnir. H. B. 
Adam.s. Adult Lead 13:37-8 Je '64 
See also 
Theological education 
CLERICAL aptitude tests. See Aptitude tests 

department or a business 

inent. which? L. A. 

1 Uorld 4o: 11-144- F '65; 

:-j.;no cu;:il. I'.d UlKesl 30:50-2 Mr '65 

Data processing's role In clerical work. 

M. W. Wood and R. G. ICspcgren. 11 diags 

Bsns Ed World 45:26-9 Ja ^tiS 

Teaching 
Clerical practice for hltth schools. New York 
(city) Board of education, bibllog NYC 
Bd Ed Curric Bui 1961-65 iio6;M»p 
New directions In the preparation of book- 
keeping and clerical per.sonnel. B. L. Keel- 
ing. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:213-28 '64 
CLERICAL workers. Sue Ofllce workers 
CLEVELAND 

Education 
Have we found a now approach to reading? 
Sister Mary Ronald. Cath Sch J 64:31-2 O 
'64 

East technical high school 
Medical technology; a new course for the 
inner city hl«h school. S. M. Elsler. 11 Scl 
Teach 32:33-4 Mr '65 

Public schools 

Early marriage debate. C. E. Barrlsh. 11 
i'rac Forecast 10:1' 12-P 13-f Ap '65 

Locally produced films do double duty in 
Cleveland. J. Borza. 11 Ed Screen Av Q 43: 
646-9 N '64 

Mathematics television lessons for the ele- 
mentary classroom. L. Hyman. Arllh Teach 
11 :::.',(; My '64 

Planning for team teaching; school districts 
of the Greater Cleveland area. H. S. Davis. 
Ed 85:333-6 F '65 

Press coverage of school Integration in Cleve- 
land. W. 1!. Levenson; T. Princiotto. 11 TIP 
3:129-39 O '64 

CLEVELAND education association. See Teach- 
ers as.-^oeiatiotKs — Ohio 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio 
Public schools 
A+ for our lay readers. L. Freyman. II 
NEA J 53:19-20 N '64 



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CLEVELAND public library 

Shut-in: waiting for what? Judd fund 
service-to-shut-lns. C. E. Liucioli and D. H. 
Flealt. il ALA Bui 58:781-4 O '64 
CLICHes. See German language — Terms and 

phrases 
CLIMATE. See Climatology 
CLIIVIATE, Influence of. See Man — Influence of 

climate 
CLIMATOLOGY . ., ^ 

Climates of the school yard. J. J. Alford and 
G. L. McDermott. diags J Geog 64:177-81 
Ap '65 
CLINICAL medicine. See Medicine. Clinical 
CLINICAL psychologists „^ ^ . ^ 

Clinical-counseling dilemma. W. P. Anderson, 
bibliog J Counsel Psychol 12:97-100 Spr '65 
School psychologist: educator or clinician? R. 

Reger. bibliog El Sch J 65:26-32 O '64 
Selective perception and staff consensus in 
the viewing of psychiatric patients. S. P. 
Spitzer and R. Sobel. J Counsel Psycho) 
12:100 Spr '65 
CLINICAL psychology 

Methodology 

Diagnosis 

Determining the effectiveness of a school 

psychologist's services in small community 

schools. V. Trione. J Ed Res 57:551-3 Jl '64 

Modern approaches to counseling diagnosis. 

F. P. Robinson; reply with rejoinder. C. H. 
Patterson, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 11: 
297-8 Fall '64 

Interviewing 

Case report: on the meaning of symptoms. 
V. E. Bixenstine and H. A. Page. J Coun- 
sel Psychol 11:164-7 Sum '64; Reply. J. F. 
Lomont. 11:408 Wint '64 

Client preferences for affective or cognitive 
counselor characteristics and first inter- 
view behavior. H. A. Grater. J Counsel 
Psychol 11:248-50 Fall '64 

Observation 
Mechanical aids for making specimen records 
of behavior. P. Schoggen. Child Develop 
35:985-8 S '64 
Structuring parent-child interaction situa- 
tions for direct observation. R. Q. Bell, 
bibliog Child Develop 35:1009-20 D '64 
CLINICS, Child guidance. See Child guidance 

clinics 
CLINICS, Mental retardation. See Mental re- 
tardation clinics 
CLINICS, Psychiatric. See Psychiatric clinics 
CLINICS, Reading. See Reading clinics 
CLINICS, Speech. See Speech clinics 
CLIQUES. See Groups (sociology) 
CLOCKS and watches 
Floor clock. W. E. Heasley and L. Gysler. il 

diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:43 N '64 
Nocturnal. R. L. Ives, il diags J Geog 63: 
366-74 N '64 
CLOSED circuit television. See Television — 

Closed circuit 
CLOSED-mindedness. See Dogmatism 
CLOTHES dryers. See Laundry equipment 
CLOTHING, Protective 
Guide to personal protective devices. E. A. 
Campbell, il Am Sch Bd J 149:26-7 D '64 
CLOTHING and dress 
Breezing along in style. N. Dunhoff. il Prac 

Foreca.st 10 :P 14-P 15 My '65 
Clothing question. N. Dunhoff. il Prac Fore- 
cast 10:P22-P23-I- Mr '65 
Dress right: a unit of study for courses 
in business education, bibliog il diags Bsns 
Ed Forum 18:1-19 My '64 
Guide to fall fashion. M. G. Ryan, il Prac 

Forecast 10:62-5 S '64 
Guides to spring fashions. M. G. Ryan. 11 

Prac Forecast 10:P48-P51 F '65 
New props for your clothing portfolio. M. 

G. Ryan, il Prac Forecast 9:22-5 Mv '64 
Traveling with knits, il Prac Forecast 9:26 

My '64 
See ahio 
Clothing, Protective 
Fashion 

High school students — Dress 
.'Slewing 
Sports clothes 

Psychological aspects 

Language of clothing: interdisciplinary sym- 
posium. N. H. Compton. J Home Econ 
56:686 N '64 

Motivations underlying clothing selection and 
wearing. S. E. Evans. J Home Econ 56: 
739-43 D '64 



Social and psychological approaches to cloth- 
ing research. M. L. Rosencranz. bibliog J 
Home Econ 57:26-9 Ja '65 

Research 
Social and psychological approaches to cloth- 
ing research. M. L. Rosencranz. bibliog J 
Home Econ 57:26-9 Ja '65 

Social aspects 

Motivations underlying clothing selection and 
wearing. S. E. Evans. J Home Econ 56: 
739-43 D '64 

Social and psychological approaches to cloth- 
ing research. M. L. Rosencranz. bibliog J 
Home Econ 57:26-9 Ja '65 

Teaching 

Challenge of new methods in clothing con- 
struction. C. McCrady and M. Tomljano- 
vich. J Home Econ 57:63 Ja '65 

Good taste: the key to proper dress. N. Dun- 
hoff. il Prac Forecast 10:48-94- O '64 

Guides for inter-disciplinary teaching. M. G. 
Ryan, il Prac Forecast 10:12-15 D '64 

Teaching for concepts and generalizations in 
home economics education; questions lead to 
generalizations. L. Gustafson. Am Voc J 
39:18 D '64 
CLOTHING construction. See Sewing 
CLOTHING industry and trade 

Punched ticket processing in the garment 
industry; the Dennison print-punch auto- 
matic merchandise control system. E. J. 
Haga. diags J Bsns Ed 40:254-5 Mr '65 
CLOTHING labels. See Labels 
CLOWNS 

Clowns. M. Chainberlain. il Grade Teach 81: 
30-1 Je '64 
CLOZE procedure 

Ability of students to identify correct re- 
sponses before reading. R. C. Preston. J Ed 
Res 58:181-3 D '64 

Effect of oral and written patterns of lan- 
guage structure on reading comprehension; 
with comments by T. Clymer. R. B. Rud- 
dell. bibliog Read Teach 18:270-5 Ja '65 

Effect of the .similarity of oral and written 
patterns of language structure on reading 
comprehension. R. B. Ruddell. bibliog Bl 
Engl 42:403-10 Ap '65 

Experimental application of Cloze procedure 
and attitude measures to listening com- 
prehension. M. Dickens and F. Williams. 
Speech Mon 31:103-8 Je '64 

Some systematic grammatical deletions and 
their effects on reading comprehension. V. 
Louthan. Engl J 54:295-9 Ap '65 

Verbal style and personality: authoritarian- 
ism. G. Honigfeld and others. J Comm 14: 
215-18 D '64 
CLUB initiations. See Initiations (into trades, 

societies, etc) 
CLUBS 

Booster club boost.? team through Alms. M. 
O'Quinn. il Athletic J 44:38-9-f Je '64 
See also 

Audio-visual clubs 

Book clubs 

Business clubs 

Business mens clubs 

Glee clubs 

History clubs 

Home economics clubs 

Latin language — Clubs 

Nature study clubs 

Newman clubs 

Science clubs 

Student maior clubs 

Student organizations and societies 

Young farmers associations 

Catholic schools 
Roman holiday; Classical honor society of 
Pittsburgh. Sister Mary Xavier. il Cath 
Sch J 64:48-9 N '64 

Colleges and universities 
See also 
Student unions 

High schools 
Annual Brotherhood award; Martin Van 

Buren high school human relations club. 

A. Auerbach and I. Widaen. H Points 46: 

57-9 N '64 
Anti-SMOGS club program. R. W. Blackmore. 

J Sch Health 35:64-6 F '65 
Archaic student clubs; those entrenched by 

tradition may be at odds with enlightened 

student activities. D. I. Wood. Clearing 

House 39:91-3 O '64 
Clubs for potential dropouts. L. B. Jones. 

Calif Ed 1:9-10 My '64 



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129 



CLUBS — High schools — Continued 
How a teen-age Cancer club operates. M. M. 

Brenner. J Sch Health 35:73-4 F *65 
Try a readers' council. J. M. Purtell. Cath 
Sch J 64:46-8 N '64 

Junior high schools 

Hartman learns how words are spelt. N. R. 
Tucker. Tex Outl 48:16-17 At? '64 

How a history club can inspire students; 
Slauson junior high school, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. A. H. Jones. Social Ed 29:95-8 F '65 
CLUBS, Merchandising 

Current developments in consumer economics: 
the membership club idea as a sales gim- 
mick. I. D. Satlow. Bans Ed World 45:38 
F -65 
CLUSTER analysis 

Capabilities and Improvements of linkage 

analysis as a clustering method. L. L. 

McQultty. bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:441- 

56 Fall '64 

COACHES and coaching (academic) See Tutors 

and tutoring 
COACHES and coaching (athletics) 

Admlni.strator.s. coaches, and sportsmanship. 
J. H. Marroll. Tfx Outl 48:20-1 Jl '64 

Coache.'i' clinic. S<o i.-i-sut^s of Athletic journal 

Co.'uhintr the flr.st baseman. G. Toporcer. 11 
.Schol Coach :i.'?:12-i:^+ Ap; 364- My "64 

Our coaching profession. C. H. Moser. Ath- 
letic J 45:344- F '65 

Overhead projector. J. Lutz. 11 Scbol Coach 
34:204- Ja '65 

Prof «•.'<.'< ional opr)Ortunitios ahead for you: 
oDi'oitunltlr-s In phy.slcal education and 
(oachiiig. R. D. Mf-rrick. J Health Phys 
Ed Re.- 35:70 My '64 , ^ ^ „. „ 

Triple jump. F. Ryan. II Schol Coach 34:8- 
94- Ap '65 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 
Coaches' corner. See Issues of Scholastic 
coach 

Directories 
Coaching .«chool dlrorinrv. Athletic J 44:109-16 

Ap; 85-92 My '64; 45:105-9 Ap '65 
Coafhliig school dirwrtory. ."^rhol Coach 33: 
78-81 Ap; 87-91 My '64; 34:71-81 Ap '65 

Duties 
Do-il-yoiir.self publicity. P. Kagan. Schol 

Coach 33:204- .le '61 
Role of the a.s.slstnnt coach. D. Auxter and 

A. Nicolau. Athl<-tlc J 45:284- Mr '65 

Education In service 
Summer courses for coaches. Times E<l Sup 
2:.9 1:100 Ja 15 '66 

Salaries 
Survey of coaches' salaries. E. Hughes. Schol 
Coach 34:744- S '64 

Colleges and universities 
Coaching school tidbits. N. W. Nltchman. 

dlags Athletic J 45:184- O '64 
Coach's Ibual llat>illtv for athletic injuries. 

O. F. Shroyer. il Schol Coach 34:184- D "64 

High schools 
Base-running drills for players and coaches. 

H. Cohen. .Schol Couth 3rS84- Mr '65 
Baseball's little things. L. Watts. Schol Coach 

34::M t- Mr 'C5 
Coachlmr tlic» XSO relay. A. Eck. 11 Athletic 

J I5:(i24- Mr '65 
Coaching the high school hitter. I. Brown. 

Allilotic J 45:724- Mr '65 
Coaching the <jv;hi ter-mllers. Q. Clohecy. II 

Athletic J 45:294- Ap '65 
One coach's phllosoi'hy of coaching. J. Ash- 
enfelter. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:224- 
F '65 
Survey of high school ba.sketluill coaches. 
K K. Murrey. J Health I'hys Ed Rec 35: 
f.r,-7 My '64 
COASTING. See Sleds and sledding 
COAT of arms. See Heraldry 
COCHLEA. See Ear 
CODES 
Color versus shape coding In Information 
displays. S. 1... Smith and D. W. Tliomas. 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 48:137-46 Jc '61 
Color your school safe. M. C. Powers. 11 
Safety Ed 44:2-5 Ja '65 
fire al.io 
Slgnal.s and .signaling 
CODES of ethics. See Ethics; Professional 

ethics 
COEDUCATION 
Coi'diiciition; a contributing factor In mis- 
education of the dl.sadvanlaged. D. Levine. 
Phi Delta Kapi)an 46:126-8 N '64 



Research 
Research on comparative attainment in Eng- 
lish in single-sex and co-educational gram- 
mar schools. R. R. Dale. Ed Res 6:170-8 
Je '64 

Catholic schools 
Should students be separated by sex? W. 
B. Kolesnik. Cath Ed R 63:73-81 F '65 

Great Britain 

Going coeducational; amalgamation at Ad- 
dington. F. A. V. Madden. Times Ed Sup 
2563:25 Jl 3 '64 

No longer radical; coeducation. Times Ed 
Sup 2551:912 Ap 10 '64 
COEFFICIENT of correlation. See Correla- 
tion (.statistics) 
COEXISTENCE. See International relations 
COFFEE tables. See Tables 
COFFIN, Robert Peter Tristram 

Rot..-ri P. Tristram Coflin. C. Angoff. Col 
Engl 20: 554- G Ap '65 
COGNATES (etymology) 

Use of cognates in testing pronunciation. 
O. W. Wilklns. Jr, and E. L,. Hoffman. 
LAng L^earn 14 no 1/2:39-43 "04 
COGNITION 

As.sessment and correlates of cognitive dif- 
ferentiation and Integration. R. S. Wyer, 
jr. bibliog J Personal 32:495-509 S '64 

Cognitive comple.xity. Impression formation 
and Impression change. H. Leventhal and 
D. L. Singer, bibliog J Personal 32:210-26 
Je '64 

.School and self-understanding: a new em- 
pha-sis: cognition. J. Samler. Harvard Ed R 
35:38-9 WInt '65; Discussion. 35:216-20 Spr 
•65 

Structural dimensions of the learning proc- 
es.s In early reading. W. Fowler, bibliog 
Child Develop 35:1093-104 D '64 
See also 

Awareness 

Research 

Development and validation of an achieve- 
ment test f'^"- •■>. •.-■••■I...' i>i..iM^r level cog- 
nitive pror. -nee. R. W. 
McKall. J I ,:i '64 

DevclopiiiiTit : In children. 

.< i.id K. I'alvy. bibliog Child 

I'' ■ S '64 

Perc ■ .rnltlve development; cogni- 

tive tl.v.l..iiin. nt J. W^ Oetzela and K. El- 
kins. R Ed Res 34:563-^ D '64 

Tests and scales 

Client preferences for affective or cognitive 
counselor characteristics and first Interview 
iH'havlor. H. A. Orator. J Counsel I'sychol 
11 248-50 Fall '64 

Curriculum, cognition, and educational meas- 
urement R. \V Heath. Ed & Psychol M 
21 2.19-,';3 Sum '64 

COGNITIVE-affectlve Inventory. See Cognition 

- Tcst.H and scales 
COGNITIVE attitudes. See Attitudes 
COGNITIVE dissonance. See Dissonance (psy- 
chology! 
COGNITIVE preference test. See Cognition — 

Tests and scaU'.s 
COIN operated machines. See Dry-cleanlnir 

Miai'hlnes 
COLBY, Bainbridge 

Wooilrow Wilson administration and El Sal- 
vadoran relations 1913-i;i21. O. W. Baker, 
jr. bibliog Social Studies 56:97-103 Mr 
•65 
COLD 

Physiological effect 
Sre Temperature — I'hyslological effect 
COLD (disease) 

Your child's health; the common cold. L.. W. 
.Sauer. 11 PTA Mag 59:27 Ja '65 
COLD typesetting. See Typesetting 
COLD war. See Psychological warfare 
COLE, Robert H, 
Alt'xaiuliT Gniham Bell honors citation Volta 
R f.7:273 Ap '65 
COLES, Edward 

Americans nobody knows. C. W. Ferguson II 
I*T.\ Miie 59:2-5 F '65 
COLLABORATION, Literary. See Authorship 

— Collaboration 
COLLAGE 
Bits and pieces make this collage. J. Lid- 
stone. 11 Grade Teach 82:52-3 F '65 
Cloth a.ssemblage; new dimensions In fabric. 

M. Pappas. II Sch Arts 64:14-16 O '64 
Collage-y characters. V. F. Adams, jr. II 
Instr 74:92 O 64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLAGE — Continued ^ ^., , 

Designing with textures. J. Lidstone. 11 

Grade Teach 82:38-9 My '65 ^ ^ 

Printing by collage. J. Lidstone. il Grade 

Teach 82:40-1 Ap '65 . ^. 

Ways with texture; tempera painting over 
upholstery. W. B. Toole, il Instr 74:112-13 
Mr '65 
COLLECTING. See Collectors and collecting 
COLLECTIVE bargaining ,^ , 

AFT reply; which organization gets results? 
C. Mogel. Phi Delta Kappan 46:19-21 b 64 
Battle for bargaining in the smoke of River 
Rouge. ^ R. A. Hixson. Ajn Teach Mag 49:9- 

Better than collective bargaining. R. Fisher. 
Assn Sch Bsns Officials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:207-17 '63 , . . « 

Collective bargaining key to staff morale. 
C. Cogen. N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 

Collective bargaining will help staff morale. 
I. Klaus. N Y Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 
1963:24-5 ^ , .., 

How New York's Gross lives and learns with 
unions; interview with C. Gross. A. Cohodes. 
Nations Sch 74:47-9 N '64 . . 

Implications of teacher bargaining for school 
administration. W. A. Wildman. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:152-8 D '64 

Local 1460; United federation of „ college 
teachers. G. Wagner. Univ Q 19:78-80 D '64 

Milwaukee teachers choice: professional or- 
ganization or teachers union. Wis J Hid yt>- 
11 Ja '64 

New bargaining bill in Minnesota Legisla- 
ture. 11 Am Teach Mag 49:15 Ap '65 

Teachers' bargaining, ready or not? J. Cali- 
guri. Calif J Ed Res 16:46-8 Ja '65 

Teachers' strikes: acceptable strategy? M. 
Lieberman. Phi Delta Kappan 46:237-40 Ja 
'65 

Ways to deal with the new teacher mili- 
tancy; interview with C. Gross. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:147-51 D '64 . . , ^ ^ 

Wliat status and voice for principals and ad- 
ministrators in collective bargaining and 
professional negotiation by teacher organ- 
izations? B. Epstein. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 49:226-59 Mr '65 ^^ ^^^ ^ ^_^ 

Who's ahead, and why; the NEA-AF'T 
rivalry. S. Elam. Phi Delta Kappan 46:12-15 
S '64 ^ . . ^ * 

Why teachers do not accept superintendent 
as spokesman: review of The unique role 
of the superintendent of schools. A. ti. 
Rice. Nations Sch 75:36+ Ap '65 
COLLECTIVE settlements , ^ ^ 

Down on the Kibbutz; photographs of farm 
in Sussex. Times Ed Sup 2584:977 N 27 '64 

Israel 

Report on Israel. A. A. Liveright. Adult Lead 
13:312-14+ Ap '65 
COLLECTORS and collecting ^ „ „ 

Collecting the chemical elements. C. R. Ham- 
mond, il J Chem Ed 41:401-4 Jl '64 
See also 

Hobbies 
COLLEGE, Choice of . ^ , 

Bringing order into the selection of a col- 
lege. J. S. Hammond, 3d. Personnel & 
Quid J 43:654-60 Mr '65 ^ . . „ „ 

Changing roles in college admissions. H. b. 
Dyer. Phi Delta Kappan 46:318-21 Mr "65 

College planning sessions: a suggested ap- 
proach with parents. N. Poppel. Voc Guid Q 
12:182-6 Spr '64 ^ ,, ^ . .^ _ 

Decision theory and college choice. J. K. 
Hills. Personnel & Guid J 43:17-22 S '64 

Distribution of students among higher edu- 
cational institutions. A. W. Astin. J Ed 
Psychol 55:276-87 O '64 . , . , , , 

Four years in a quandary, or, A high school 
freshman's lament. J. Liggero. N Y State 
Ed 52:10-11 N '64 . . ^ 

Ghost applicants at the University of 
Georgia. D. W. Irvine. Col & Univ 40:55-9 
Fall '64 

Goal specificity in the vocational counseling 
of future college students. D. E. Super, 
bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:127-34 O '64 

Needed: some new rules in the college ad- 
missions game. M. L. Jackson. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:336-9 Mr '65 

New aspects of college counseling in the 
high schools. M. R. Fosberry. Nat Assn 
Women Deans & Counselors J 27:186-9 
Sum '64 

Some reflections on choosing a department 
for doctoral study. G. F. Berquist, jr. Q J 
Speech 50:208-12 Ap '64 

Thanks to a counselor. M. Weicker and D. 
Weicker. il Tex Outl 48:12-13 Ag '64 



Vocational choice, college choice, and scho- 
lastic success of superior students. M. P. 
Sanborn. Voc Guid Q 13:161-8 Spr '65 

Research 

College preferences of very able students. 
A. W. Astin. bibliog Col & Univ 40:282-97 
Spr '65 
COLLEGE administration. See Colleges and 
universities — Administration; nlso subhead 
Administration under tjues of colleges, e.g. 
Teachers colleges — Administration 
COLLEGE administration offices. See Adminis- 
tration offices 
COLLEGE administrators. See College officials 
COLLEGE admission officers 

Needed: some new rules in the college ad- 
missions game. M. L. Jackson. Phi Delta 
Kappan 46:336-9 Mr '65 
See also 
American association of collegiate registrars 

and admissions officers 
Registrars — Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE advisers. See Student counselors 
COLLEGE and community. See Community and 

college 
COLLEGE and high school relations. See High 

school and college relations 
COLLEGE and school Journalism. See Student 

newspapers and periodicals 
COLLEGE applications. See Student selection 

— Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE appointment bureaus. See College 

placement offices 
COLLEGE aptitude 
Comparison of academic aptitudes, certain 
values, and personal and background char- 
acteristics of students in off-campus cen- 
ters and on central campus of the same 
university. N. A. Sicuro. J Ed Res 58:229- 
32 Ja '65 
Counseling the marginal college-bound stu- 
dent. A. G. Rezler. bibliog Voc Guid Q 13: 
115-19 Wint '64/65 
Dropout and academic ability in university 
extension courses. J. Zahn. Adult Ed 15:35- 
40 Autumn '64 
Must Johnny go to college? Sister Mary Bar- 
bara, il Cath Sch J 65:33-5 F '65 
Scoring methods and construct validity of 
the Dogmatism scale. H. A. Korn and 
N. S. Giddan. Ed & Psychol M 24:867-74 
Wint '64 
This year's freshmen: more and better! A. 
D. Holt, il NEA J 54:29-31 Ap '65 

Tests and scales 
Evaluation of assessment procedures. B. G. 

Fricke. Sup Stud 7:3-9 Mr '65 
COLLEGE architecture 
Academic goals and university buildings. J. 

K. Page. Univ Q 18:301-8 Je '64 
Aesthetics of university building. M. Fry. 

Univ Q 18:341-51 S '64 
Architecture and teaching; new universities' 

views. Times Ed Sup 2565:112 Jl 17 '64 
Architecture and the sociology of university 

life. M. Cassidy. plans Univ Q 13:352-65 S 

'64 
Audio-visual boom in higher education, u 

plans Am Sch & Univ 36:23-5 Jl '64 
Award-winning dorms break tradition; Ox- 
ford houses, il plan Am Sch & Univ 37: 

34-5+ Mr '65 
Building for the new science. M. M. Blatt 

and A. F. Eiss. plans diag Am Sch & Univ 

36:104-7 My '64 
College design seminar; Marymount college, 

Salina, Kan. Am Sch & Univ 36:40 Je '64 
Do the U.G.C. prove their point at Reading? 

il Times Ed Sup 2592:191 Ja 22 '65 
New look of campus living. R. C. Weaver. 

il plans Am Ed 1:14-21 D '64 
Only connect. Times Ed Sup 2554:1177 My 1 

'64 
Residence halls: their planning, financing 

and operation. R. L. Geddes. plans Am 

Sch & Univ 37:31-3+ Mr '65 
San Francisco story; architecture of the Bay 

area. J. L. Reid. il Am Sch & Univ 37:36-9 

O '64 
Some new university buildings; designs and 

models, il Times Ed Sup 2555:1248-9 My 8 

'64 
Theater dream-come-true. G. Hodson. il Jun 

Col J 35:30-1 F '65 
See also 
Library architecture 
COLLEGE athletics. See Athletics — Colleges 

and universities 
COLLEGE attendance. See Attendance — Col- 
leges and universities 



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COLLEGE band directors national association 
Band stand; ed. by A. L.. Williams. See issues 

of Scliool musician 
OriKinal band compositions on C. B.D.N. A. 

program at Tempe, Ariz; 13th National 

biennial conference. A. L. WUliams. 11 Sch 

Musician i;G:2t>-7 D '64 
Why CBDN'A urges support of the John 

Philip Sousa memorial project. K. Wilson. 

Sch Musician 36:64-5 Mr '65 

Meetings, 1964 
Thirteenth National biennial conference. 
Tempe, Ariz, Dec. 1364. 11 Mus Educators J 
51:1U2 N '64 
13th national biennial conference. Tempe, 
Ariz. Dec. 17-19. 1964. 11 Mus Educators J 
51:179 F '65 
Trends for bands scene at CBDNA national 
conference; thirteenth conference, Tempe, 
Ariz, December 17-19. 1964. J. K. JorKen- 
son. Mus Educators J 51:S9-91 Ap '65 
COLLEGE bands. See Bands, School 
COLLEGE banks. See Banks and banking 
COLLEGE broadcasting stations. See Radio 

stuiioiis. Educational 
COLLEGE building programs 
Federal aid 
See Higher education — State and federal 
aid 
COLLEGE buildings. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Buildings; Junior colleges — Buildings 
COLLtoiE business officers. See Business nian- 

a^,c^.-■ 
COLLEGE catalogs. See Cataloics. Colletre 
COLLEGE chapel services. See Colleges and 
universities — Keligious life and activities 
COLLEGE chaplains. See Chaplains, College 
COLLEGE characteristics Index 
AcaUeiuic rank revi.sited. V. L. Hendrix. blb- 
liog 11 Jun Col J 36:24-4 V '60 
COLLEGE commencements. See Commcncc- 

iiiunts — Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE curriculum. See Curriculum — Col- 
leges and universities 
COLLEGE day 

College day pr'"'''"i^- <-..i 1..' i../^^ f..- spon- 
sors and In. W. 
M. Brown. < \p '65 
Why not colkt ■ ^ .3. Col 
& Unlv 4U:M-3 iali 'CI 
COLLEGE deans. See Deans — ColleRea and unl- 

ver.silles 
COLLEGE degrees. See Degrees. Academic 
COLLECjE dining halls. See Colleges and unl- 

\ ui.siUf.s — i lining halls 
COLLEGE education. See Higher education 
COLLEGE entrance examination board 
Conciorgo for an age of automation: profllo 
of the College entrance examination l«oard 
at age 60. K. I'eurson and <". .M. Hollo- 
way. I'lii Delta Kuppan •!'■ Mr '65 
Differential impact of nation > :i.s on 
secondary schools. K. K. and 
R. A. Bunnell; reply with rij"::i'.i r. W. V. 
Mayer. Sch K 72;4:i'J-r.iH WInt (.4 
Fairer examinalions; Uriti.sh uiul U.S. Idca-s. 
G. Bruce. Times Ed Sup 25,'54;JS7 N 27 'i<\ 
National adniissiunu te»tiiig programs: thi'lr 
value to colleger, llu-ir Impact on secomlary 
schools: panel discussion. T. E. Kellogg 
and olhcr.s. Col & Univ 39:488-514 Sum '64 
iSfee also 
Education Improvement project 

Advanced placement program 

Advanced placement. K. J. Krickson. Am 

Council Ind Arts Teach Ed Yrbk 14:128-41 

'65; Same cond. K. J. Erickson and A. A. 

Hanke. Sch Shop 24:34-54- F '65 

Advanced placement in school science nro- 

frams. Sister James Francis. Cath Sen J 
5:56-7 F '65 

Advanced placement; opinions differ. E. M. 
Qerrltz; O. R. Haywood. 11 NEA J 54:22-4 
Ja '65 

Advanced placement: past, present, and 
future. M. P. Franklin. Ed Forum 29:3i9- 
53 Mr '65 

Advanced placement program for college- 
level l)U.sine.-<3 .subjects. A. H. Scolnick. 
N Y Soc lOxp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:53-5 

Advanced placement program in the N.Y'.C. 
public high schools. H. Zuckcrm.TJi. N Y 
Soc Exp Study Ed Yrbk 1963:94-6 

College i>rofe.s.sor teache.'^ French IV-A.P. W. 
P. Bottiglia. French K .'?8:21fi-28 D "64 

Educational revolution and music. C. R. Kel- 
ler, il Mus Educators J 51:35-74- Ap '65 

Excellence on the campus. F. L. Keegan. 
Ed Rec 45:165-60 Spr '64 



Exemption and advanced placement in Eng- 
lish. G. M. Hipps. Improving Col Univ 
'reach 12:246-8 Autumn '64 

Schools take over foreign languages. E. 
Hocking. J Sec Ed 39:243-50 O '64 

Seleotc-d practices used in administering the 
Advanced placement program in the sec- 
ondarj- public schools of the state of New 
York. A. J. Konde. J Exp Ed 33:263-76 Spr 
60 

Workshop In advanced placement English 
stressing world literature. Li. Jonas. 
H Points 46:29-37 D '64 
See also 

Acceleration (education) 

Commission on English 
Changing school and coiiege relationship. 
R. Pearson. J Gen Ed 17:1-10 Ap 65 
COLLEGE entrance examination board ad- 
vanced placement examinations 
Tests of writing. C. Derrick. Engl J 53:496-9 
O '64 

COLLEGE entrance examination board scho- 
lastic aptitude test 
Alternaiive approach to scholastic aptitude 
ttsis as preJ.eiors of graduation rank at 
seiectiv, ,,. M ..s M. R. Sgan. Ed & Psy- 
chol .M .-uni -64 
College I and tiie superior student 
.„W H. Sup Stud 7:10-15 Mr '65 
Prediction of SAT scores. J. D. Kaufmann 
and D. Dempster. Personnel & Guid J 42: 
1026-7 Je '64 
Relationship between physical fitness and 
academic succes.s. M. E. Hart and C T. 
Sh.iv. ,\in Assn Ho'ilth Phys Ed Rec Res Q 

3.'» !.'_ll^-. <» • \ 

lie:. ude factors 

tt' -r course. J. 

>\ - - 1 ; 7:261-8 Sum 

61 
Scholastic aptitude of an entire state's public 
college^ students. J. R. Hills and others. 
Col At Lniv 40:60-7 Fall '61 
COLLEGE entrance examination board writing 
sample 
Tcst.s of writing. C. Derrick. Engl J 53:496-9 
() I", t 
COLLEGE entrance examinations. S^e CoIIegea 

an>l i:mi\ . r-il 1,- — ).-,,, r-ir s ■,,,,.,■, i {, ,r, ^ 

COLLS .3 

COLLL uid 

iii.^ti uctu'i a 
COLLEGE fraternities. See Greek letter socl- 

et It .■< 
COLLEGE girls. See College students. Women 
COLLEGE grades. See Marks. Student 
COLLEGE graduates. See College women 

tgniduates): Colleges and universities — 

Alunml; Graduates— Colleges and universl- 

tl.>^ 
COLLL ! le test 

Ne ■ lining health mlscon- 

<• 1 otliers. J Sch Health 

:; i ; .)•• 'I 

COLLEGE holding power, ."^oe Holding power 
niia in)lvi>r«ltl 



COLLECF hr^,,. 
COLL. 



-ir.im. See Higher 
^ aid 
,es and unlver- 



COLLEGE instructors. Seo College professors 

ati'l ltistructor.-< 

COLLEHP invpiif.irv nf anriomir adjustment 

EiTc- inventories 

In uidcr- and 

not with com- 

meni b> II. iJuiow. 1'. ^V. De Sena, bib- 
liog J Counsel I'sychol 11:388-94 Wint '64 
COLLEGE libraries. See Libraries, College 
COLLEGE life. See Student life 
COLLEGE museums. See Museums, College 
COLLEGE nights. See College day 
COLLEGE of Europe. See Europe. College of 
COLLEGE of San Mateo. See San Mateo. Col- 
lego 

COLLEGE of Steubenvllle, Ohio. See Steu- 

benville. College 
COLLEGE officials 
Excellence on the campus. F. L. Keegan. Ed 
Rec 45:155-60 Spr '64 
Sec also 
Attltiui...^ — Colloee officials 
Placement oITlcers 

Heiristrurs — Colleges and universities 
Tru.stees (education) — Colleges and univer- 
sities 

Duties 
Academic authority: the power and the 
glory. M. Ten Hoor. Ed Rec 45:265-71 Sum 
•64 



132 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGE officials — Duties — Continued 
Administrator's role in faculty development. 
J. W. HoUenbach. Liberal Ed 50:517-25 D 

'64 

Education 

Can we prepare better college and univer- 
sity administrators? F. r>. Bolman. Ed 
Rec 45:272-84 Sum '64 

Progress in the development of higher edu- 
cation as a field of professional graduate 
study and research. J. C. Ewing and W. H. 
Stickler. J Teach Ed 15:397-403 D '64 

Education in service 
Pinebrook experiment. W. Morehpuse. Liberal 
Ed 50:526-36 D '64 

Qualifications 

Can we prepare better college and univer- 
sity administrators? F. D. Bolman. Ed 
Rec 45:272-84 Sum '64 
COLLEGE placement council, Incorporated 

At Washinerton. a new kind of revolution: 
CPC-Plans for progress program, placement 
of minority college graduates. W. E. Kaurf- 
man. il J Col Placement 25:22-54- O '64 

Council calendar. See issues of Journal of 
college placement , „ . , ^ , 

From 35 East Elizabeth. See issues of Journal 
of college placement through December 1964 

Inside the council. See issues of Journal of 
college placement February 1965- 

New CPC forms: a step toward greater em- 
ciency. il J Col Placement 25:55-8 D '64 

New faces on the executive board, il J Col 
Placement 25:33-1- O "64 ^ , ^, ^ „. 

Officers and members. J Col Placement 25: 
143-4 O '64 , , ., ^ T T>^ -D , 

Reaffirmation of a philosophy. J. M. Brooks, 
il J Col Placement 25:494- O '64 

Solid year on which to build, il J Col Place- 
ment 25:28-32 O '64 , , . 

Statistical report: placement „and recruit- 
ment. J Col Placement 25:55-64- Ap '65 

Your placement story, in twenty-flve minutes, 
il J Col Placement 25:65-64- F '65 
See also 

Eastern college personnel officers 

Middle Atlantic placement association 

Midwest college placement association 

Rocky Mountain college placement associa- 

San Diego state college foundation _ _ 
Southern college placement association 
Southwest placement association 
University counselling and placement associ- 
ation 
Western college placement association 

Committee for the development of 

placement guides 

Brain storm at Tahoe. il J Col Placement 

25:44-54- O '64 
COLLEGE placement offices 
Appointments boards. Lord Heyworth. Times 

Ed Sup 2562:1774 Je 26 '64 
College president speaks out; placement and 

education. J. A. Perkins. 11 J Col Placement 

25:42-34- D '64 t a tvt , -it 

Dream becomes a reality. J. A. Marks, il J 

Col Placement 25:28-34 Ap '65 
New emphasis on placement: the ohnneing 

picture on Negro campuses. J Col Place- 
ment 25:100 O '64 .^. ^ _ ^„„ 
PhD candidate selects a position. I. J. vVilk. 

J Chem Ed 41:509-11 S '64 , ^ , 

Role of the placement division in higher 

education. C. M. Kofold and W. C. 

Meierhenry. bibliog J Teach Ed 16:77-82 

Mr '65 , „ 

$310,000 Ford grant opens a new challenge: 

upgrading of placement at Negro colleges. 

J Col Placement 25:124 An '65 
Who speaks for student employment? A. R. 

Eckberg. J Col Placement 25:69-704- D '64 
COLLEGE placement services, incorporated 
$310,000 Ford grant opens a new challenge: 

upgrading of placement at Negro colleges. 

J Col Placement 25:124 Ap '65 
COLLEGE presidents 
Changing image of the college president. C. 

R. Hungerford. bibliog Improving Col Univ 

Teach 13:5-7 Wint '65 
Dean and the president. F. H. Horn. Liberal 

Ed 50:463-75 D '64 
How to succeed as a university president 

without really trying: satire. H. B. Wells. 

Ed Rec 45:241-5 Sum '64 
New college presidents. See issues of Liberal 

education 

Powers and duties 
Board meets the president. H. K. Newburn. 
Jun Col J 35:12-14 N "64 



Myths of college administration. E. L. John- 
son. Ed Rec 45:235-40 Sum '64 

President and his board. E. A. Walker. Ed 
Rec 45:246-50 Sum '64 

What the registrar expects of his president. 
T. Pouncey. Col & Univ 40:307-13 Spr '65 

Qualifications 
How will you find a college president? F. 

D. Bolman. J Higher Ed 36:200-8 Ap '65 
Selecting a college president. B. J. Priest. 

Jun Col J 35:5-7 Ap '65 
They had stars in their eyes. F. D. Bolman, 

jr. Liberal Ed 50:351-9 O '64 

Selection and appointment 

How will you find a college president? F. 
D. Bolman. J Higher Ed 36:200-8 Ap '65 

Role of the regent. V. S. Bryant. AAUP Bui 
50:317-22 D '64 

Selecting a college president. B. J. PrlesL 
Jun Col J 35:5-7 Ap '65 
COLLEGE professors and instructors 

Administrator's role In faculty development. 
J. W. Hollenbach. Liberal Ed 50:517-25 D 
'64 

College and university teacher; symposium, 
il AAUP Bui 50:263-72 S '64 

Distinguished teacher. C. H. Kegel. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:102-4 Spr '64 

Interpretation of college teaching; views of 
undergraduates and Woodrow Wilson fel- 
lows. M. Kinnane. Ed Rec 45:167-72 Spr '64 

Is college possible? Teach Col Rec 66:322-4 
Ja '65 

Orienting the new professor. F. R. Paulsen, 
bibliog Improving Col Univ Teach 12:198-202 
Autumn '64 

Professor as librarian. S. I. Bellman. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:75-6 Spr '64 

Professorial nonconformity. C. W. Hobart. 
Improving Col Univ Teach 13:49-54 Wint 
•65 

Study of motion pictures in colleges and uni- 
versities; teachers and their film courses. 
D. C. Stewart. Ed Rec 46:58-9 Wint '65 
See also 

American association of university professors 

Catholic colleges — Faculties 

Colleges and universities — Teaching 

Denominational colleges — Faculties 

English teachers 

Junior college instructors 

Modern language teachers 

Teachers colleges — Faculties 

Women as educators 
also 

Ames. W. B. 

Carmichael, W. R. 

Channing, E. T. 

Knudsen. C. W. 

Meister, R. 

Monroe, W. S. 

Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, etc. 
Posthumous reputation of Professor Crump; 
story. D. M. Rein. Col Engl 26:218-22 D 
'64 

Dismissal 

Academic freedom and tenure: a report on 
late notice cases. B. H. Davis. AAUP Bui 
51:21-4 Mr '65 

Academic freedom and tenure: Gonzaga uni- 
versity. Ainerican association of university 
professors. Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure. A.A.ITP Bui 51:8-20 Mr '65 

Academic freedom and tenure: Wayne state 
college (Nebraska) American association 
of university professors. Committee on 
academic freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 
50:347-54 D '64 

Committee A statement on extramural ut- 
terances. American association of univer- 
sity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. AAUP Bui 51:29 Mr 
'65 

Developments relating to censure by the 
association. W. P. Fidler. AAUP Bui 51: 
5-7 Mr '65 

Standards for notice of nonreappointment. 
AAUP Bui 50:253 S '64 

Duties 
Average professor's time. G. W. Carter. Univ 

Q 19:19,{-4 Mr '65 
Faculty research policy. Sch & Soc 92:284 O 

17 '64 
Moral professor in the immoral university. 

R. W. Edgar. AAUP Bui 50:323-6 D '64 
University extension faculty and student role 

expectations: an empirical analysis. A. A, 

Lacognata. J Exp Ed 33:107-20 Wint '64 

Economic status 
Academic facades. R. Yee. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:32-4 Wint '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



133 



COLLEGE professors and instructors — £kM>noin- 
ic status — Continued 
economic opponuniiy and moral choice. M. 
Mark. AAUP Bui 50:241-3 S '64 

Education 

Do teachers for professional schools require 
training In teacninK? with reply by W. A. 
Fennelly. J. P. Giusti. J Higher Ed 35:283- 
5 My '64 

Is there no balm in Gilead? J. W. Nason. 
Liberal Ed 51:5-12 Mr '65 

MA-3 in 1964; with comments by O. Car- 
michael and others. R. P. Cuzzort. Sup 
Stud 6:3-35 Mr '64 

New program for the undergraduate prepa- 
ration of prospective college teachers. E. 
Geen. Col & Univ 40:298-300 Spr '65 

Perfonner and the doctorate. P. R. Liehman. 
Am Mus Teach 14:17-1- Mr "65 

Plea for teaching. P. I. Mitterllng. Sup Stud 
6:1-2 Mr '64 

Preparation for college teaching; some per- 
ceptions of undergraduates and Woodrow 
Wilson fellows. M. Kinnane. Voc Guid Q 
12:269-74 Sum '64 

Progress in the development of higher edu- 
cation as a field of professional graduate 
study and research. J. C. Ewing and W. H. 
Stickler. J Teach Ed l.';:397-403 D '64 

Science, education, and students from the 
undeveloped nations. W. N. Moulton. Sci 
Ed 49:220-5 Ap '65 

What kind of teachers? F. J. Pegues. J 
Hikfher Ed 36:284-7 My '65 
See alao 

Junior college instructors — Education 

Education in service 
Some modest propo.ials for Improving uni- 
versity teaching. J. 1'. I'owell. Univ Q 18: 
3C6-S S '64 

Expenditures 
Changes In the tax treatment of employee 
moving expenses. L.. J. Rasklnd. AAUP Bui 
51:38-41 Mr '65 

Leaves of absence 
Other benettts. M. H. InRruhain. AAUP Bui 
61:26-9 Mr '65 
See alao 
Sabbatical leave 

Orientation programs 
See Orientation programs for teachers 
Pensions and retirement 
Retirement with noblesse obliae. R. D. Judd. 

I'eabody J Ed 42:24:i-5 Ja '65 
Trends In retirement plunnlnii: TIA^V-CREF: 
1940-1964. F. P. King. AvVUP Bui 60:342-6 
D 64 

Personality 
Character and the college teacher. O. Tead. 

J HlKher Ed 35:269-72 My '64 
StudtMit preference of In.structor types as a 
function of subject niattor. F. Carpenter 
and others. Sci Ed 49:235-8 Ap '65 

Placement 
See Placement — Teachers 

Professional status 

Faculty culture and academic careers: some 

sources of Innovation In hiKher education. 

J. Qusfleld and \>, Rlesman. Soclol of Ed 

37:281-305 Sum '64 

Moral professor in the immoral university. 

R. WT EdKar. AvVUP Bui 50:323-6 D '64 
Of time and the teachers colleges. In Texas. 
H. M. I.^rferty. Peabody J Ed 42:14-22 Jl '61 
See alao 
Junior college Instructors — Professional status 

Promotions 

Academic rank In two-year collcsres. C. E. 
Blocker and W. Wolfe. biblloK dlag Jun 
Col J 35:21-5 D '64; Reply. R. Van Waes. 
.1^-27 Mr '65 

Guidelines for promotion; presented by a 
committee of San Fernando Valley state 
college. California. R. H. Belknap and 
others. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:14-15 
Wint "66 

Moral professor in the Immoral university. 
R. W. Edgar. A^VUP Bui 60:323-6 D '64 

Publications 
Excellence on the campus. F. L. Keejran. 

Ed Rec 45:155-60 Spr '64 
Love and care of the rejected MS; satire. 

R. Dctweil.T. Col Engl 26:156-8 N '64 
Moral profe.saor In the immoral university. 

R. W. Edgar. AAUP Bui 50:323-6 D '64 
Must college teachers publish or perish? P. 

Woodring. Ed Digest 30:35-7 S '64 



On publishing and perishinfr. E. J. Shoben. 

jr. Teach Col Rec 66:440-4 F '65 
Professor who perished, liupioving Col Univ 

Teach 12:190 Sum '64 
Publish-or-perish policy; opinions differ. W. 

V. O'Connor; L. E. Hurt. NEA J 53:30-2-1- 

D '64 
Travel trailer serves the educator. J. W. 

Dykstra. Peabody J Ed 42:55-8 Jl '64 

Bibliography 
Faculty publications, September 1962-August 
1963; comp. by A. L. Russell. Peatwdy J Ed 
41:359-72 Sly '64 

Qualifications 
Character and the college teacher. O. Tead. 

J HiKher Ed 35:269-72 My '64 
Faculty speaks. C. Alexander. Ed Forum 29: 

111-14 N '64 
Is there no balm In Gilead? J. W. Nason. 

Liberal Ed 51:5-12 Mr '65 
Wanted: college teacher, liberally educated. 

G. C. Law. Improving Col Univ Teach 13: 

55-8 Wlnt '66 
See alao 
Junior college Instructors — Qualifications 

Rating 

Experimentation and teaching in hieher edu- 
cation; measurinK teaching performance. 
J. P. Powell. Ed Res 6:188-9 Je '64 

Investigation of the criterion problem for a 
medical school faculty. C. W. Taylor and 
others. J Ap Psychol 48:294-301 O '64 

Rating by students 

Dimensions of student evaluations of teach- 
ing. R. L. Isaacson and others. J Ed 
Psychol 55:344-51 D '64 

Garland of ratlnKs. or. Just try to know 
thyself. R. W. Lewis. Col Engl 25:587-90 
My '64 

Individual and the classroom group as frames 
of reference In determining teacher effec- 
tiveness. B. N. Phillips. J Ed Res 68:128- 
31 N '64 

Student preference of In.itruotor types as a 
function of subject matter. F. Carpenter 
and others. Sri p:d 49:235-8 Ap '65 

Religion 
Bee alao 
Faculty Christian fellowship 

Research 

Comparative study of career patterns of col- 
IcKH profe.^MJrs. M. Shimborl and others. 
IiU R Ed 10 no3 2K4-9fi 64 

nimensions of student evaluations of teach- 
ing. R L. Isaacson and others. J Ed 
Psychol 55:344-51 D '64 

Facultl»'.s of Roman Catholic colleges. 1948- 
62. J A Mills. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 
61:13-17 N '64 

Salaries 

CoMeice salaries look better; summary of 
Salaries paid and salary practices In unl- 
ver.sltles. colleges, and Junior colleges, 
1963-64. National education as.sociation. 
Research division. NEA Res Bui 42:35-42 
My '64 

Contributed services and .<ialarled faculty In 
ISS Calhollr colk-KC''. 1963-64. I.,. A. iJ'Amlco 
and E. V. Holll.s. Higher Ed 20:,S-11 My '64 

Eoieiomic opjiortutilty and moral choice. M. 
Murk. AAll' Bui 50:241-3 S '64 

E.-onomlc status of the profe.sslon. 1963-64: 
annual report by committee Z. American 
a.-i.-iociatlon of university profe.s.^ors. Com- 
mittee on the economic status of the pro- 
f.'ssion. AAUP Bui 50:136-8 Je '64 

Economic status of the profession. 1963-64: 
report on the self-gradlnsr compen.'«itlon 
survey. American association or univer- 
sity professors. Committee on the eco- 
nomic status of the profession. AAUP Bui 
50:i:i9-84 Je '64 

Survey of .salary conditions In speech de- 
partments In American colleges, univer- 
sities, and Junior colleges. K. GlfTln ond 
J. A. Blubaugh. Speech Teach 13:119-27 
Mr '64 

Teaching faculty In universities and four- 
year colleges. Higher Ed 20:12-13 Ap '64 
See alao 

Junior college Instructors — Salaries 

Great Britain 
Getting In first: A. T.T.I, on salaries. Times 

Ed Sup 2579:710 O 23 '64 
Oxford salaries. Times Ed Sup 2560:1637 Jo 

12 '64 



134 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGE professors and instructors — Salaries 

— Great Britain — Continued 

Reasons for salaries boost; Mr Hogg on ex- 
ceptional case. Times Ed Sup 2550:854 Ap 
3 'G-1 

University commentary. C. Morris. Univ Q 
18:309-15 Je '64 

Selection and appointment 

Character and the college teacher. O. Tead. 
J Higher Ed 35:269-72 My '64 

Faculty culture and academic careers: some 
sources of innovation in higher education. 
J. Gusfleld and D. Riesman. Sociol of Ed 
37:281-305 Sum '64 „ -^ • ., t 

Faculty inbreeding. W. R. Lmdley. Improv- 
ing Col Univ Teach 13:12-13 Wint '65 

Faculty selection and retention: a quest for 
quality. J. L. Burdin. Teach Col J 36:185-7 

Let no such man be trusted: advice on hiring 
faculty. R. P. Ashley. North Cen Assn Q 
38:283-4 Spr '64 , „ . „ 

Of time and the teachers colleges^ m Texas. 
H. M. Lafferty. Peabody J Ed 42:14-22 

Role of the placement division in hig;her 
education. C. M. Kofoid and W. C. Meier- 
henry bibliog J Teach Ed 16:77-82 Mr 

'65 

Socral status 

See College professors and instructors- 
Status „^ „ , ^• 

Staff relations 

Clinician as a college teacher. I. R. Kiernan. 
Personnel & Guid J 42:970-5 Je '64 

Status 
Titles and the professor. R. M. Frumkin Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:203-5 Autumn 
'64 
See also , . . ^ t-, 

College professors and instructors — Economic 

College professors and instructors — Profes- 
sional status 

Supply and demand 

Contributed services and salaried faculty In 
188 Catholic colleges, 1963-64. L. A. D'Amico 
and E. V. HoUis. Higher Ed 20:8-11 My 
'64 

Is there no balm in Gilead? J. W. Nason. 
Liberal Ed 51:5-12 Mr '65 

Scramble for dons; appointments at new 
universities. P. CoUison. Times Ed Sup 
2581:810 N 6 '64 . . 

UnpuUed punches; shortage of university 
teachers in the United States. Times Ed 
Sup 2586:1076 D 11 '64 _ 

"What kind of teachers? F. J. Pegues. J 
Higher Ed 36:284-7 My '65 

Tenure 

See Tenure 

Costa Rica 
General education and university reform; the 
faculty resource. W. R. Hatch. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:138-40 Sum '64 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
Patterns and trends in West German uni- 
versities; academic self-government versus 
state control. W. Hahn. J Higher Ed 36: 
245-53 My '65 

Great Britain 
Average professor's time. G. W. Carter. Univ 

Q 19:193-4 Mr '65 
Scramble for dons: appointments at new 
universities. P. Collison. Times Ed Sup 
2581:810 N 6 '64 
See also 
Association of university teachers 

Japan 
Comparative study of career patterns of col- 
lege professors. M. Shambori and others. 

Int R Ed 10 no3:284-96 '64 
COLLEGE professors children. See Children 

of teachers 
COLLEGE proficiency examination program. 

See Examinations — Colleges and universi- 

tif-s 
COLLEGE registrars. See Registrars — Colleges 

and universities 
COLLEGE retirement equities fund 
Trends in retirement planning: TIAA-CREF; 

1940-1964. F. P. King. AAUP Bui 50:342-6 

D '64 
COLLEGE sororities. See Greek letter societies 
COLLEGE sports. See Athletics — Colleges and 

universit:es 



COLLEGE students 

Bowling norms for college students in elec- 
tive physical education classes. J. Martin 
and J. Keogh. Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:325-7 O '64 

College teaching and students' values. R. S. 
Hodgman. J Higher Ed 35:400-1 O '64 

Culture at college. L. W. Norris. Sch & Soc 
92:263-4 O 3 '64 

Do they mean what you say? variations in 
college students' interpretations of scien- 
tific terms. L. K. Adler. Sci Teach 32:23-5 
P '65 

Family and student identities: an exploratory 
study in self and we-group attitudes. E. E. 
Harris. J Negro Ed 34:17-22 Wint '65 

Linguistic factors in various measures of 
communication skills for college students 
with implications for predictive validity. 
W. B. Michael and others. Ed & Psychol M 
24:363-7 Sum '64 

Morals on the campus; opinions differ. N. 
Sanford; A. Kinsolving. NEA J 54:20-4 Ap 
•65 

Philosophic considerations of a shift In values. 
I. B. Kelsey. Improving Col Univ Teach 12: 
154-8 Sum '64 

Positive approach to better student conduct. 
P. S. Van Houten. Nat Assn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 28:88-91 Wint '65 

Progressive treadmill test norms for college 
males. M. L. Howell and others. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:322-5 
O '64 

Reported knowledge Negro and white college 
students have of Negroes who have passed 
as whites. J. E. Conyers and T. H. Ken- 
nedy. J Negro Ed 33:454-9 Fall '64 

Road to learning. R. K. Morton. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 13:68 Spr '65 

SVIB scores of high school and college bio- 
logical science research students. S. Ross 
and others, bibliog Voc Guid Q 13:187-92 
Spr '65 

Student culture and the educational enter- 
prise. A. N. Whiting. Liberal Ed 50:513-16 
D '64 

To mv son on finishing college. G. D. Cavi- 
ness. Liberal Ed 50:390-4 O '64 

Ugly American undergraduate. C. R. Wilson, 
Sch & Soc 92:351-4 N 28 '64 
See also 

Attitudes — College students 

Catholic students 

College students. Married 

Dropouts — Colleges and universities 

Extension students 

Failures — Students — Colleges and universities 

Freshmen 

Junior college students 

Negro stvidents 

Nonresident students 

Student achievements — Colleges and univer- 

Student ethics 

Student opinion — College students 

Subject preferences — College students 

Adjustment 

Ivory tower rebel and his philosophy. H. E. 
Barnes. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 28:66-73 Wint '65 

Our dilemma of mass education. E. F. Kar- 
ner. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:38 Wint 
•65 

Returnee. J Home Econ 56:765-6 D '64 

Transfer shock: the academic performance of 
the junior college transfer. J. R. Hills, 
bibliog J Exp Ed 33:201-15 Spr '65 

Age 
Returnee. J Home Econ 56:765-6 D •64 
Aid 
See Student aid — Colleges and universities 

Civil rights 

iSee Students — Civil rights 

Disciplinary problems 
Exploring behavior in men's residence halls 
using the MMPI. D. L. Clark. Personnel 
& Guid J 43:249-51 N '64 
Road to learning. R. K. Morton. Improving 

Col Univ Teach 12:133 Sum '64 
Scholastic dishonesty among undergraduates 
in differing systems of social control. C. M. 
Bon jean and R. McGee. Sociol of Ed 38:127- 
37 Wint '65 

Employment 
See Student employment — Colleges and 
universities 

Expenditures 
College costs still rising. M. F. Baer. Person- 
nel & Guid J 43:336 D "64 
See also 
Higher education — Cost 



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135 



COLLEGE students — Continued 

Geographical distribution 
See Students — Geographical distribution 

Health and hygiene 

See also 
Colleges and universities — Health service 

Housing 

Academic attitudes. expectations, and 
achievement. L. A. Olson. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 13:39-41 Wint "65 

Evolution of the campus residence hall. J. E. 
Shay, jr. Nat Assn Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 27:179-85; 28:25-33 Sum-Fall '64 

Honors housinp opportunity at the University 
of Michigan. S. Kaplan and others. Sup 
Stud 7:14-15+ N '64 

New look of campus living. R. C. Weaver. 
II plans Am Ed 1:14-21 D '64 

Only connect. Times Ed Sup 2554:1177 My 
1 '64 
See alio 

Dormitories 

Research 

Attitudes and behaviour In a hall of residence. 
P. B. Warr. Unlv Q 19:56-68 D '64 

Mental hygiene 
Clinician a.s a college teacher. I. R. Kleman. 

Personnel & Quid J 42:970-5 Je '64 
Counselor and preventive psychlatr>'. Q. C. 

Reaves and L. E. Reaves, 3d. Personnel & 

Guld J 43:661-4 Mr '65 
Mood and emotlon.s rharlinc R. E. Klme. J 

Sch Health 3r.:i::<?-41 Mr '65 
Psychiatrists kept busy. Times Ed Sup 2555: 

1245 My 8 '64 
Psychological normality In the years of youth. 

R. E. Nixon. Teach Col Rec 66:71-9 O "64 

Research 
Emotional problems of college student."*: facts 
and prioilHes S. H. King. AAUP Bui 50: 
327-32 D '64 

Migration 

College student mobility attracts public 

policy attention. S. V. Martorana. Higher 

Ed 20:3-64- Ap '64 

Re.sldence and migration of students. T^nlted 

States. Onice of education. M'^-t.-r lod 20: 

13-14 Ap '64 



Morale 



See Morale 



Personality 

Attltudinal changes In child psyrli i- 

dents who differ In Inten.sltv of v 

need.s. I". Co.stln. blbllog J Ed H. J 

N '64 

Change in personality test scores during col- 
lege: with comment by D. V. TIedenian. 
Li H. Stewart, bibliog J Counsel Psychol 
11:211-20 Fall 'C4 

College cheating as a function of subject 
and situational variables. E. M. Hetherlng- 
ton and S. E. Foldinan. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 55:212-18 Ag '64 

Comparl.son of pledges and Independents. R. 
Jack.soi) and R. C. Winkler. Personnel & 
Ould J 43:379-82 D '64 

Educational planning for dl.>«idvantnged col- 
lege youth. O. D. Froe. J Negro Ed 33:290- 
303 Sum '64 

Grade pattern.s of counseled and non-counseled 
college students. I.,. H. Richardson. J Coun- 
sel Psychol 11:160-3 Sum *64 

Per.sonal and environmental factors asso- 
ciated with college droriouta among high 
aptitude snidotits. A. \\ . .\.stln. bibliog J 
Ed P.sychol 65:219-27 Ag '64 

Personality patterns of poor readers com- 
pared with coUeire freshmen. A. L.. RavKor 
and D. M. Wark. J Read 8:40-6 O '64 

Role of con.flstency In Identifying character- 
istics of three levels of achi<jvemont. P. A. 
De Sena. Personnel & Guld J 43:145-9 O 
•64 

Scholastic and personality variables asso- 
ciated with acceptance to and success In 
the Brookl.vn college .scholars' program. 
L. M. Hell. Sup Stud 7:34-40 Mr '65 

StratPtrlc.s of .spontanooiis, diveriient. and 
academic art .stiirli-tii.s. K. K. lioittel and 
R. C. IJurkhart ; r>i>ly with reloinder. L. 
H. Chamnan. Studies Art Ed 6:25-30 Au- 
tumn '64 
fire also 

Engineering students — Personality 

Teachers college students — Personality 



Research 

Certain psychosocial and cultural character- 
istics unique to prospective teachers of 
physical education. G. S. Kenyon. bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
36:105-12 Mr '65 

Counseling readiness: a treatment, specific or 
general factor? A. B. Heilbrun. jr. bibliog 
J Coun.sel P.sychol 12:S7-90 Spr '65 

Personality and social development; cultural 
influences; personality clianKes in college- 
atre aduit.'j. J. C. McCulIers and W. T. 
Plant. R Ed Rfs 34:r.n4-S D '64 

Psychological difTerences between athletes 
and nonparticipants in athletics at three 
educational levels. J. Schendel. bibliog Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 36:52-67 
Mr '65 

Self-porceived rate of physical maturation 
and personality in late adolescence. D. 
Weatherley. bibliog Child Develop 35:1197- 
210 D '64 

Student failure and social maladjustment. 
D. N. Gi>>b^ bibliog Personnel & Guid J 
43:580-5 F '65 



See 



Political activities 
Students— Political actlviaea 



Recreation 
See Student life 

Religion 

Frar. 'uice, and antl-Seml- 

li d non-Jewish uiubr- 

c . Sociol of Ed 38:251- 

64 Spr tu*, 

Secularization In college: an exploratory study. 
H. H. Toch and others. 11 Relig Ed 59:490- 
501-u N '64 

Research 

Comparison of ac/idomio riptitu>1. .s, certain 
values, and i 1 char- 

acteristics c' is cen- 

ters and on ,•• same 

university. N. a. sicuro. j iji Kvs 58:229- 
32 Ja '65 

Gamma movompnt: a comparison of normals 
and retard.".' ■ ' t Winters, jr. bibliog 
Am J Men y 69:697-702 Mr '66 

Influence of ^ i the student's per- 

ception of A. G. Rezler. 

bil.llu^' J i: : !■' Tu, 

M«iii.iiig of a in as revealed by 

tin- isemant.^ >...., E. R. SInnett 

and L.. A. Stone. J Counsel Psychol 11:168-72 
Sum '64 

Non.'ifjidi-mlo linolvement of students and 

th achievement. T. R. 

(J ister Mary Leila. Cath Ed 

Per. " id parental 

I'l d of voca- 

ti. blbllog J 

t'». .-■ . ..-.>.,,. ,....-., .-■■■ 1..'. 

Prodn-tion of I'ersi.stence in college. D. J. 
PredlKtr. J Counsel Psychol 12:62-7 Spr 
'65 

Social and economic status 

Are te.sta f.air to college students from homes 
with low socio-economic status? V, H. 
Hewer. Personnel & Guld J 43:764-9 Ap 
'65 

Careers of a glfto.l k-iouii. n Mrif^donald and 
othor.i. Kd '1 

Comparison >' li^s. certain 

valuts. ami ; i ound char- 

arf ori.'-'t ics of .'■i u :• ;i ;.'< m o,:-c;inpus centers 
and on central campus of the same unl- 
v.r.'^iiy. N. A. SIcuro. J Ed Res 58:229-32 
.la ■>"< 

Educational channels and elite mobility: a 
comparative analysis; one elite occupation, 
ciikjliu'trliit'. .1. Gorstl and R. I'errucci. 
Soclol of i:d .7S:224-32 Spr '6.' 

Educational planning for dl.sadvantnged col- 
lege youth. O. D. Froe. J Negro Ed 33:290- 
303 Sum '64 

From eliti.sm to egalltarlanlsm In Swedl.sh 
education. R. F. Tomasson. Soclol of Ed 
3S:203-2.'? Spr '6."i 

Needs, values and academic achievement. 
W. F. I{rn7,z.el. Improving Col Unlv Teach 
12-' '■''-'■■' '-•■im '64 

Non Involvement of .studonts and 

th ' inic achievement. T. R. 

O' md Sister Mary Leila. Cath 

T-M K f.2;:;i7-30 .Vn 'f.l 

Quality and quantity of accomplishmonts as 
measures of creativity. R. w. Skager and 
others, bibliog J Ed Psvchol 56:31-9 F '65 

Students' rights and responsibilities: com- 
peting concepts of freedom. R. Q Wil- 
liamson, blbllog Nat A.s.sn Women Deans 
& Counselors J 28:81-7 Wint '65 



136 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGE students — Co7itinued 
Student life 
See Student life 

Transportation 
School bus goes to college, il plan Am Sch 
& Univ 36:32-3 Jl '64 

Australia 
Student failure and social maladjustment. 
D. N. Gibbs. bibliog Personnel ii. Guid J 
43:580-5 F '65 

Bolivia 
Problems in Bolivian higher education; their 
origin and proposals for their solution. 
B. Cohen. J Higher Ed 36:80-7 F '65 

Chile 
Student voluntary service in Chile. A. Gil- 
lette, il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no4:193- 
200 '63 

Costa Rica 

General education and university reform; the 
student resource. W. K. Hatch. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:141-4 Sum '64 

Georgia 
Scholastic aptitude of an entire state's public 
college students. J. R. Hills and others. 
Col & Univ 40:60-7 Fall '64 

Great Britain 
Attitudes and behaviour in a hall of residence. 
P. W. Warr. Univ Q 19:56-68 L) '64 
COLLEGE students, Married 
Married vi'oman undergraduate: report of an 
NAWDC ad hoc committee. F. H. DeLisle. 
Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 
28:133-5 Spr '65 

Research 

Married students and leisure: an explora- 
tion. K. Yamamoto. Col & Univ 40:175-84 
Wint '65 
COLLEGE students, Mentally inferior 
aee alsu 

Junior college students. Mentally inferior 
COLLEGE students. Mentally superior 

New tests for predicting the performance of 
college students with high-level aptitude. 
J. W. French. J Ed Psychol 55:185-94 
Ag '64 

Personal and environmental factors asso- 
ciated with college dropouts among high 
aptitude students. A. W. Astin. bibliog J 
Ed Psychol 55:219-27 Ag '64 

Talented women. W. B. Lovelace. Sup Stud 
6:35-9 My '64 . ^ , ^ . „ 

Utilizing the services of the academically 
talented students. T. E. Hawkins. J Negro 
Ed 34:93-5 Wint '65 
See also 

Genius 

Honor students 

Education 

Contrasting commitments to talent. R. P. 
Cuzzort. Sup Stud 6:3-9 My '64 

Exemption and advanced placement in Eng- 
lish. G. M. Hipps. Improving Col Univ 
Teach 12:246-8 Autumn '64 

Learning biology at the college freshman 
level. L. C. Shell and D. J. Hawes-Davis. 
Am Biol Teach 27:26-9 Ja '65 

Program in professional education for gifted 
students. J. C. Tyson. Teach Col J 36:144-5 
Ja '65 

Spillover at Notre Dame. R. J. Thompson. 
Sup Stud 7:16-17 N '64 

Unsolved problems in honors. R. D. Clark. 
Sup Stud 7:5-11 N '64 

Identification 

College board SAT and the superior student. 
W. H. Angoff. Sup Stud 7:10-15 Mr '65 

Evaluation of assessment procedures. B. G. 
Fricke. Sup Stud 7:3-9 Mr '65 

Selection of talent: a problem? P. L Mitter- 
ling. Sup Stud 7:1-2 Mr '65 

Selection procedures for gifted and honors 
programs at UCLA. L. Langland. Sup Stud 
7:29-33 Mr '65 

Research 

Effect of different college environments on 
the vocational choices of high aptitude stu- 
dents. A. W. Astin. bibliog J Counsel 
Psychol 12:28-34 Spr '65 

Vocational choice, college choice, and 
scholastic success of superior students. M. 
P. Sanborn. Voc Guid Q 13:161-8 Spr '65 
COLLEGE students, Negro. See Negro stu- 
dents 



COLLEGE students, Women 

Achieving professional commitment from 
college women. D. C. Epperson, bibliog J 
Teach Ed 16:36-45 Mr '65 

Body structure and design: factors in the 
motor performance of college women. M. A. 
Thorsen. bibliog il Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed Rec Res Q 35 pt2:418-32 O '64 

Higher dropout rate for girls. Mich Ed J 42: 
45-6 D '64 

Married woman undergraduate: report of an 
NAWDC ad hoc committee. F. H. DeLisle. 
Nat Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 
28:133-5 Spr '65 

Married women and the academic tradition. 
R. Lyon. J Higher Ed 35:251-5 My '64 

Moreils on the campus; opinions differ. N. 
Sanford; A. Kinsolving. NEA J 54:20-4 Ap 
'65 

Morphological blsexuality as a factor in the 
motor performance of college women. C. L. 
Cress and M. A. Thorsen. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 35 Dt2:408-17 
O '64 

Pretesting freshman women students to de- 
termine clothing background. A. O. 
Semeniuk and L. K. Galbraith. bibliog J 
Home Econ 56:403-6 Je '64 

Relationship between physical fitness and 
academic success. M. E. Hart and C. T. 
Shay. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Rec Res Q 
35 pt2:443-5 O '64 

SVIB scores of high school and college bio- 
logical science research students. S. Ross 
and others, bibliog Voc Guid Q 13:187-92 
Spr '65 

Talented women. W. B. Lovelace. Sup Stud 
6:35-9 My '64 
See also 

Attitudes — College students. Women 

Freshmen 

Research 

College student motivation and academic per- 
formance. W. L. Blanton and R. F. Peck, 
bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:897-912 Wint 
'64 

Perceived parental influence and work-value 
orientation. J. F. Kinnane and M. M. 
Bannon. bibliog Personnel & Guid J 43:273- 
9 N '64 

Study of the life planning of 550 freshman 

women at Purdue university. C. Zissis. Nat 

Assn Women Deans & Counselors J 27:153-9 

Sum '64 

COLLEGE students libraries. See Libraries, 

Private 
COLLEGE teachers. See College professors 

and instructors 
COLLEGE teaching. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — Teaching 
COLLEGE teaching as a profession. See Teach- 
ing as a profession 
COLLEGE television stations. See Television 

stations. Educational 
COLLEGE theater. See Theater, College 
COLLEGE transcripts. See Trajiscripts 
COLLEGE trustees. See Trustees (education) 

— Colleges and universities 
COLLEGE women (graduates) 

Aspirations of alumnae for continuing educa- 
tion. J. Berry. Nat Assn Women Deans & 
Counselors J 27:197-8 Sum '64 

Profile: the woman in liberal arts. J. F. 
Bishop, il J Col Placement 25:37-1- Ap '65 

Women BS graduates in chemistry: a sur- 
vey of career experience. J. B. Parrish. 
J Chem Ed 42:216-17 Ap '65 
COLLEGE work-study program. See Work- 
study program 
COLLEGES and universities 

Academic excellence. E. L. Boyer. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:164 Sum '64 

Civic university, il Times Ed Sup 2578:649 O 
16 '64 

Courts and the colleges since mid-century, 
M. M. Chambers. Ed Rec 45:182-9 Spr '64 

Culture at college. L. W. Norris. Sch & Soc 
92:263-4 O 3 '64 

Danger flag up for private colleges. A. M. 
Bloom. Am Sch & Univ 37:7-1- F '65 

For whom the campus bell tolls. J. F. David- 
son. J Higher Ed 35:386-8 O '64 

International commitments of the American 
college. P. F. Sharp. Liberal Ed 50:321-7 
O '64 

Modem university. N. V. Scarfe. Can Ed Res 
Digest 4:102-6 Je '64 

Old chestnut revisited. R. F. Sullivan. North 
Cen Assn Q 38:285-8 Spr '64 

Science, scientists, and politics: satire. R. M. 
Hutchins. J Gen Ed 16:197-202 O '64 

Some ideas of a university. W. D. Temple- 
man. Ed Forum 29:335-42 Mr '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



137 



COLLEGES and universities — Continued 

dtudeiit. personnel work and the cliniate for 
learning. C. W. McCracken. Personnel & 
Guid J 42:904-7 My '64 

Universities ajid international technical as- 
sistance; the uses of government contracts. 
L,. K. Caldwell. J Higher Ed 36:266-73 My 
'65 

Universities and the foreism -assistance pro- 
gram: guarding the integrity of the educa- 
tional enterprise. R. M. Rosenzweig. J 
Higher Ed 35:359-66 O '64 „ , „ 

University comes of age. N. M. Pusey. Sch & 
Soc 92:286-9 O 17 '64 
See also 

Agricultural colleges 

Catholic colleges 

College. Choice of 

Colleges for women 

Colleges of liberal arts 

Denominational colleges 

Junior colleges 

Liand grant colleges 

Negro colleges 

State colleges and universities 

Teachers colleges 

Theological schools 

Accreditation 

Accreditation program progress. R. C. Hall. 
J Home Econ 57:113 F '65 

Accreditation: second progress report. M. J. 
Horn. J Home Econ 56:659-62 N '64 

Accredited higher insiilutiona outside N.C.A. 
territory. North Cen Assn y 39:40-52 
Sum '64 - L, ._ 

List of accredited Institutions of higher 
education. 1964-65. North Cen Assn Q 39: 
20-39 Sum '64 ... 

Member Institutions, higher education. Janu- 
ary 1, 1964 Middle States Assn Col & Sec 
Sch Proc 1963:98-110 

Nationwide standards and accreditation. 
W. K. Selden. AAUP Bui 60:311-16 D "64 

Nature of the accrediting examination. A. L. 
Pugsley. North Cen Assn Q 39:245-51 Win I 
•65 

Place of accreditation In the governance of 
higher education. W. K. Seldt-n. J Teach 
Ed 15:262-8 S "64; Same. Liberal Ed 50: 
380-9 O "64 

Role of the North Central as!*ociation exam- 
iner and con.siiltant. S. Q. Oate.-*. North 
Cen Assn Q 39:252-8 Wlnt '65 

Admlniitration 
Academic organization of studies. Unlv Q 

19:150-5 Mr '65 
Budgoi : a tool for planning. L. C. Vaccaro 

and A. J. Cieri. Cath Ed R 62:521-6 N "64 
Campus new.srar>cr: public relations arm or 

laboratory of life? M. Mencher. Phi Delta 

Kappan 4fi:21f.-20 Ja '65 
Can we .save democracy In higher educational 

administration? R. I). Patton. J Higher Ed 

35:217-19 Ap "64; Reply. R. E. Lorlsh. 35: 

342 Je '64 
College by plan. E. O. Brown. II maps Am 

Ed 1:9-11 Mr 65 
Dean and tne president. F. H. Horn. Liberal 

Ed 50:463-75 1) '64 
Faculty culture and academic careers: some 

sources of Innovation in hlgh«'r education. 

J. Ousfleld and D. RIesman. Soclol of Ed 

37:281-305 Sum '64 
Myths of college administration. E. L. John- 
son. Ed Rec 45:235-40 Sum '64 
New organizational patterns In higher e«hi- 

catlon. J. Axelrod. Ed Digest 30:2^-5 Ja "65 
Organization for administration In higher 

education. A. R. Ayers and J. H. Russel. 

11 Higher Ed 20:7-10 Ap '64 
Patterns and trends In West German imlver- 

slties; academic self-governmont versus 

state control. W. Hahn. J Higher Ed 36: 

245-53 My '65 
Place of accreditation In the governance of 

higher education. W. K. Selden. J Teach Ed 

15:262-8 S "64: Same. Liberal Ed 50:380-9 

O '64 
8ce also 
Catholic colleges — Administration 
College officials 
College presidents 
Graduate schools — Administration 
House plan.s — Colleges and universities 
Junior colleges — Administration 
Public relations — Colleges and universities 
Quarter nnd sotno.iter plans 
Regl.strar.s — College.^ and universities 
Tenoher.s colloKri'.<s^Adinlni.stratlon 
Tni.><tee.s (e<lucation) — Colleges and univor- 

slties 



Democratic practices 
Presiden-. and his board. E. A- Walker. Ed 
Rec 45:246-50 Sum '64 

Facultv pajticipation 
Academic authority: the power and the glory. 

M. Ten Hoo.-. Ed Rec 45:265-71 Sum 64 
Academic planning by the faculty. L. E. 

Womer. Sch & Soc 92:299 O 31 '64 
Case of the misconceived fleldhouse. E. D. 

Dur>ea. Improving Col Univ Teach 12:94-6 

Spr 64 
Faculty and administration in the governance 

of the university. H. K. Newburn. Ed Rec 

45:255-64 Sum "64 
On departmental development: a theon'. R. K. 

Murray. J Gen Ed 16:227-36 6 '64 
Professional and the professor. C. H. Watts. 

Ed Rec 45:285-90 Sum '64 

Personnel practices 
Academic authority: the power and the glory. 

M. Ten Hoor. Ed Rec 45:265-71 Sum *64 
Legalized gossip. M. S. Marshall. J Higher 

Ed 35:322-7 Je 64 
Reflections of a department head. P. F. 

Angiolillo. Improving Col Unlv Teach 13: 

)s-ll Wlnt '65 
Role of the regenL V. S. Br>'ant. AAUP 

Bui 50:317-22 D '64 

Student participation 
Problems In Bolivian higher education: their 
origin and proposals for their solution. 
S. Cohen. J Higher Ed 36:80-7 F '66 

Teaching 
Administrative Internship: an Intern reacts. 

J. T. McCuen. II Jun Col J 35:24-6 Ap '65 
Can we preptLre better college and university 

administrators? F. D. Bolman. Ed Rec 45: 

272-S4 Sum '64 

Aims and objective* 
See Higher education — Aims and objec- 
tives 

Alumni 
Alumni secretary looks at continuing educa- 
tion. R. W. W'eeks. J Ed 147:32-6 F '65 
See also 
Alumni education 

Buildings 

Academic goals and university buildings. 
J. K. Page, l-niv (J lS:301-8 Je '64 

Financing re.sldence halls, il Am Sch & 
Unlv .■i7:3G-8 Mr 65 

Georgia's progress In voc-tech education, il 
Am Sch & Unlv 37:45-64- S '64 

New agricultural education fcu;lllties at 
NMSU. J. D. McConias. 11 Ag Ed Mag 36: 
256 My '64 

New building for the School of music. Uni- 
versity of Michigan, il Mus Educators J 
51:70 N '64 

New buildings for new generations. F. Ky- 
preos. 11 Am Sch & Univ 37:25-.S F "65 

New conservatory at Oberlin college. Mus 
Educators J 51:121 N '64 

New departures at Rockford college. 11 plans 
Am Sch & Univ 36:154- Jl '64 

Pennsylvania state university; the Instruc- 
tional learning systems and research cen- 
ter. C K. Carpenter, il plan Av Instr 10: 
134-5 F '65 

Spacious and functional; new building for 
the Cambridge Institute of education, it 
Times Ed Sup 2589:18 Ja 1 '65 

Ten years of university building; photographs. 
Times Ed Sup 2.')r.l:9n.S Ap lO ^^64 

Unity and order; new University of Michigan 
School of music building, il Sch Musician 
36:60-14- N '64 
See amo 

Auditoriums 

College architecture 

Field houses— Colleges and universities 

Libraries. College 

Cost 
How much does college classroom space really 

cost? E. E. Higgins and A. J. Holbrook. 

Higher Ed 20:8-10 Je '64 
Residence halls: their planning, financing. 

and operation. R. L. Geddes. plans Am 

Sch & Unlv 37:31-34- Mr '65 

Heating and ventilation 
Automated controls for schools and colleges. 
II Am Sch & Univ 37:33-4-f- Ja '65 

Maintenance and repair 
Plant services and the learning climate. R. 
F. Tonlgan. Am Sch & Unlv 37:77-8 Ja '65 



138 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGES and universities — Buildings — ^Main- 
tenance and repair — Continued 
Purchasing: key to better maintenance. 
O. E. Ross, il Am Sch & Univ 36:72-4 My 
'64 

Credits and credit systems 
See Credits and credit systems — Colleges 
and universities 

Curriculum 
See Curriculum — Colleges and universities 
Departments 
Interdepartmental variability and student ex- 
pectaiions of college grades. L. R. Aiken, 
jr. Ed & Psychol M 24:823-9 Wint '64 
On departmental development: a theory. R. K. 
Murray. J Gen Ed 16:227-36 O '64 

Departments of audiovisual aids 
AV aids on the campus scene. B. E. Ketch- 
um. il Ed Screen Av G 44:24-5 Mr '65 

Departments of business education 
Purchase and replacement of machines and 
equipment for college departments. L. G. 
Crandall. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:81-7 My '64 

Departments of education 

See also 
Teacher education — Colleges and universities 

Departments of English 
Reform in English. A. R. Kitzhaber. Col Engl 
26:337-44 P '65; Same. El Engl 42:107-14 
F '65; Engl J 54:73-80 F '65 

Departments of mathematics 
Matibiematician, U.S. -bound. B. Noble. Univ Q 
19:5-22 D '64 

Departments of music 
Orchestras in small colleges of northeastern 
United States. A. M. Banse. J Res Mus 
Ed 13:39-44 Spr '65 
Small-college music department. D. L. Bis- 
dorf. Mus Educators J 51:107-10 F '65 

Departments of physical education 
NCATE evaluations evaluated. A. Esslinger. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:71 S '64 

Departments of science 
University physics in Africa. D. G. Osborne. 
Int R Ed 10 no3:274-83 '64 

Departments of speech 
Broadcast training in speech departments. H. 

B. Nelson. Speech Teach 13:296-8 N '64 
James Milton O'Neill: father of the modern 

speech movement. E. F. Covelli. Speech 

Teach 13:176-83 S '64 

Desegregation 
Desegregation in southern higher education. 

G. B. Johnson. Higher Ed 20:5-7+ Je '64 
Role of the schools in a social revolution. 

B. E. Mays. Teach Col Rec 65:684-8 My '64 

Dining halls 
Food service and flexibility go together. J. S. 

Sharp and C. O. Westby. il Am Sch & Univ 

37:42-3 S 'G4 
Westbrook's dining-in-college. R. F. Bond. 

il Jun Col J 35:34 S '64 

Discrimination 

See \also 
Greek letter societies — Discrimination 

Elective system 
See Elective system — Colleges and univer- 
sities 

Enrollment 
See Enrollment — Colleges and universities 
Entrance examinations 
Admission of the transfer student. W. 
Young. Personnel «& Guid J 43:60-2 S '64 
See also 
College entrance examination board 
Medical colleges — Entrance examinations 
Theological schools — Entrance examinations 

Great Britain 
One entrance exam for all? Franks continues. 

Times Ed Sup 2595:441 F 12 '65 
Who will fail? tests in English. Times Ed 
Sup 2569:226 Ag 14 '64 
Russia 
Pass marks market; bribes to get university 
places. Times Ed Sup 2577:582 O 9 '64 

Entrance requirements 
Academic Mohammed and the vocational 
mountain. R. W. Young, il Sch Shop 24:27-8 
O '64; Same cond. Ed Digest 30:44-6 D '64 



Admission to college: policy and practice. 
D. K. Whitla. Phi Delta Kappan 46:303-6 
Mr '65 

Business education for the college-bound stu- 
dent. Policies commission for business and 
economic education. Bsns Ed Forum 18:21-2 
My '64 

Changing school and college relationship. 
R. Pearson. J Gen Ed 17:1-10 Ap '65 

College entrance policies. R. M. Keefe. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:121-6 Ag '64 

Columbia college: report to headmasters, prin- 
cipals, and counselors, 1963. H. S. Coleman. 
Sch & Soc 92:239-41 Sum '64 

Effect of a fourth year of high school Eng- 
lish on the achievement of the college 
bound student. P. D. Longhofer and C. A. 
Parker. Col & Univ 40:168-74 Wint '65 

Memo to parents; grouping, grading and col- 
lege admissions. R. P. Olson. J Sec Ed 40: 
153-5 Ap '65 

Politics and policies in college admissions. 
F. E. Crossland. Phi Delta Kappan 46:299- 
302 Mr '65 

Some new dimensions of service and research 
in college admissions. J. L. Holland. Phi 
Delta Kappan 46:322-4 Mr '65 

Student personnel services; entry into the 
higher education process. J. F. K^ufi'man. 
Ed Rec 45:355-8 Fall '64 

Trends in intercollegiate athletics. R. P. 
Ray. J Health Phys Ed Rec 36:21-2+ Ja 
'65 
See also 

Acceleration (education) — Colleges and vni- 
VGrsitiGs 

Engineering colleges — Entrance requirements 

State colleges and universities — Entrance re- 
quirements 

Student selection — Colleges and universities 

Great Britain 

How you were rejected; letter to a univer- 
sity applicant. Times Ed Sup 2584:973 N 27 
'64 

Illiteracy in high places; shortcomings of 
graduates. J. Small. Times Ed Sup 2562: 
1777 Je 26 '64 

Matter of language; difficulties of the over- 
seas student. L. H. Grouse. Times Ed Sup 
2553:1083 Ap 24 '64 

Rush for places; booklet on university and 
college entrance. National union of teachers. 
Times Ed Sup 2576:533 O 2 '64 

Students by chance; early leavers at Sussex. 
Times Ed Sup 2585:1038 D 4 '64 

Evening sessions 
See Evening colleges 

Examinations 
See Examinations — Colleges and unlver- 

Expansion problems 
Berkeley syndrome. E. J. Shoben, jr. Teach 

Col Rec 66:620-3 Ap '65 
Is college possible? Teach Col Rec 66:322-4 

Ja '65 
Multiple-campus colleges. P. Sammartino. 

J Higher Ed 35:503-6 D '64 
Organizational character of education: facility 

planning and business management; school 

construction. M. J. Conrad and W. Griflath. 

R Ed Res 34:476-8 O '64 
Pattern of curriculum expansion in the uni- 
versity. H. S. Brown. Col & Univ 40:185-93 

Wint '65 
Question of new graduate programs. P. J. 

Pegues. J Higher Ed 36:158-62 Mr '65 
Trends in auxiliary enterprises 1931-32 to 

1959-60. L. A. D'Amico and W. R. Bokel- 

man. Ed Rec 45:414-18 Pall "64 
Urban renewal and the university; a tool 

for campus expansion and neighborhood 

improvement. K. H. Ashworth. J Higher 

Ed 35:493-6 D '64 
Who will go to college? E. L. Hammer. II 

Pa Sch J 113:350-2 Ap '65 
See also 
Enrollment — Colleges and universities 
Junior colleges — Expansion problems 
Faculties 
See College professors and instructors; 

Junior college instructors 

Federal aid 
See Higher education — State and federal 
aid 

Finance 
Bond sales for higher education: calendar 
year 1963. W. R. Bokelman and E. C. Deer- 
ing. Higher Ed 20:3-4+ Je '64 



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139 



I 



COLLEGES and universities — Finance — Cont. 

Bonds for educational purposes, sales, in- 
terest rates, et cetera: colleges and univer- 
sities (cont) W. R. Bokelnian and E. C. 
Deering. Sch Life 46:29-31 Mr '64 

Budget: a tool for planning. L.. C. Vaccaro 
and A. J. Cieri. Cath Ed R C2:52i-fi N "64 

Developing financial resources. D. A. 
Eldridge. il Jun Col J 35:2&-31 O '64 

Education and the bond market. E. C. Deer- 
ing and P. K. Nance. See issues of Amer- 
ican education December 1964-March 1965 

School bonds: sales, interest rates, et cetera, 
for colleges and imiversities. P. K. Nance 
and E. C. Deering. See issues of School life 
through December 1964 

Senator Humphreys tax-credit bill: a com- 
ment. J. M. Carovano. J Higher Ed 35:264-8 
My '64 

Trends in auxiliary enterprises 1931-32 to 
1959-60. L. A. DAmico and W. R. Bokel- 
man. Ed Rec 45:414-18 Fall "64 
Sen also 

Catholic colleges — Finance 

Colleges and univer.sities — Buildings — Cost 

Colleges and universities — Expansion prob- 
lems 

Junior colleges — Finance 

Student activities — Finance 

Bolivia 
Problems In Bolivian higher education; their 
origin and proposals for their solution. S. 
Cohen. J Higher Ed 36:80-7 F '65 

Great Britain 
Idea of a university. Times Ed Sup 2587: 

1135 D 18 '64 
Time to cost themselves. Times Ed Sup 

2687:1136 D 18 '64 

Ruaaia 
Economics of higher education. L. I. Tul'chln- 
skil. Soviet Ed 7:45-50 N MM 

Food service 
Why Boston college chose paper, il Am Sch 
& Univ 36:37-40 Ag '64 

Gifts, legacies, etc. 
Aid to arts and science.'^: TV firm as patron. 

il Times Ed Sup 2.'i92:179 Ja 22 '65 
Bu.slness grants to colleges. Council for 

Ilnanclal aid to education. Sch & Soc 92:299 

O 31 '64 
Humanities grants at Yale. Sch & Soc 92:373 

D 12 '64 
Pressure from Industry; tajc on gifts. Times 

Ed Sup 2572:316 S 4 '64 

Graduate work 
See Graduate work 

Graduation requirements 
Required college health educjition: pa.st to 
present. U. K. Means, bibliog J Health 
Phys Ed Rcc 35:30-1 S '64 

Health service 

Health services In the athletic program. 

J. Gray. Schol Coach 34:122-4 S '64 

Instrument for evaluating college and unl- 

ver.slty health .nervlcc programs. U. H. 

Kirk, blbllog Am Asan Health Phys EJ 

Rec Res Q 35 pt 1:307-12 O '64 

History 

Case of the stolen college; Canterbury col- 
lege, Danville, Ind. M. Graves. Ed Digest 
30:32-4 O '04 

Education and training of teachers In Eng- 
land. L. Elvln. Teach Col Uec 66:153-Cl 
N '64 

Philip LIndsley: the teacher as prophet. 
J. E. Davidson. Peabody J Ed 41:327-31 
My '64 

Seminar. I. Watt. Unlv Q 18:369-89 S '64 

Time and a place for liberal education. W. C. 
DeVane. Liberal Ed 50:198-212 My '64 
See alao 

Land grant college."' — History 

Teachers colleges — History 

Honors system 
See Honors work 

Influence of World war, 1939-1945 
See War suid education — Colleges and 
tmiverslties 

Legal liability 
See Liability (law) 

Libraries 
See Libraries. College 



Middle ages 
See Colleges and univer^^ities. Medieval 
Off-campus centers 
Comparison of academic aptitudes, certain 
values, and personal and background char- 
acteristics or students in off-campus cen- 
ters and on central campus of the same 
university. N. A, Sicuro. J Ed Res 58:229- 
32 Ja "65 
Expansion by colonization: quality safe- 
guarded. Times Ed Sup 2507:592 F 26 '65 
Multiple-campus colleges. P. Sammartino. 
J Higher Ed 35:503-6 D '64 

Overseas extension 
International study program of the California 
sfatr. ro"- tres. K. FalK and D. F. Falk. Scl 
E ' O '64 

Am idents In foreign countries 

Personnel service 
See Personnel service — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Placement offices 
See College placement ofQces 

Prognosis of success 
See Prognosis of success — Colleges and 
universities 

Publications 
See atao 
Catalogs, College 

Race discrimination 
See Greek letter societies — Discrimination 

Rating 
See Colleges and universities — ^Accredita- 
tion 

Religious liTe and activities 
Aca ' spiritual program at 

-M o. R. Q. Getlell. Sch 

^• 
Cultural ;o- 

lale »M ut- 

ler. Nil .vg 

'64 
Newman apostolate and the high school grad- 



uate 
J.,., ... 

N. 
C 

Nev. ,. 

65-b Ju 
Students In 



K. H. I ><>!iovrin. 



Nat Cath Ed Assn 
e? E. K. Somers. 
. Cath Sch J 65: 



t>u 



community of Ufa and faith: 
Baptist student center. J. A. LaRue. 11 
Int J Kelig Kd 41:^-7-4- Ja '65 
Where are we with the Supreme court? 
W. C. Tremmel. Relig Ed 69:321-6 Jl '64 
See alao 
College students — Religion 

Research 
See In.xtltutlonal re.xearch; Research — Col- 
leges and universities 

Rules and regulations 

Applied ethics for the campus counselor. M. 
Scrlven. Nat A.'*.''n Women Deans & Coun- 
selors J 2S 57-65 WInt '0.'. 

Do students hnvo acailomlc freedom? E. G. 
Wllllai • .t Univ 3J:4fi6-S7 Sum '64 

How sp ios of universities can af- 

fect 1 y 8tntu.><. II. Schmelzlee. 

Col & I !.,> •.....,.9-23 Spr '65 

Safety programs 
Florida state university organizes an eye pro- 
tection prov'ram. J. Goldlnger. Sight- 
Saving R 34:160-2 Fall '64 

Size 
See Enrollment — Colleges and universities 

Social life 
See Student life 

Standards 
See Colleges and unlversltle.<» — Accredita- 
tion; Higher education — Standards 

Statistics 
College dropouts who came back. B. K. 

Eckland. Harvard Ed U 34:402-20 Sum 

'64: Di.scu!5.«!lon. 3i:5S0-7 Fall '61 
Linguistics and modern foreign languages: 

doctorates awarded. 1957-1961. Higher Ed 

20:11 Je '64 
'mester plan. E. D. West and P. J. West. 

Col & Unlv 40:15-18 Fall '64 



140 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGES and universities — Statistics — Cont. 

Pattern of curriculum expansion in the uni- 
versity. H. S. Brown. Col & Univ 40:185-93 
Wint '65 

Robbins: second offering; appendices to the 
main report, il Times Ed Sup 2580:764-5 
O 30 '64 

Study of motion pictures in colleges and 
universities; dimensions of the field: a sta- 
tistical analysis. D. C. Stewart. Ed Rec 46: 
48-50 Wint '65 
See also 

Enrollment — Colleges and universities 

Land grant colleges — Statistics 

Libraries, College — Statistics 

Negro colleges — Statistics 

Student activities 
See Student activities — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Student selection 
See Student selection — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Summer schools 

See Summer schools — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Surveys 

See Surveys — Colleges and universities 

Teacher education 
See Teacher education — Colleges and uni- 
versities 

Teaching 

Administrator's role in faculty development. 

J. W. Hollenbach. I^iberal Ed 50:517-25 D 

'64 
College teaching and students' values. R. S. 

Hodgman. J Higher Ed 35:400-1 O '64 
Comparative study of career patterns of 

college professors. M. Shimbori and others. 

Int R Ed 10 no3:284-96 '64 
Great scholar, great teacher. E. Arden; 

reply. B. Raffel. J Higher Ed 35:379-83 O 

■64; Rejoinder. 35:510-11 D '64 
In defense of the graduate assistant. J. Over- 

myer. Col & Univ 40:125-31 Wint '65 
Must college teachers publish or perish? 

P. Woodring. Ed Digest 30:35-7 S '64 
On publishing and perishing. E. J. Shoben, 

jr. Teach Col Rec 66:440-4 F '65 
Publish-or perish policy; opinions differ. "W. 

V. O'Connor; L. E. Hurt. NEA J 53:30-2-|- 

D '64 
Road to learning. R. K. Morton. Improving 

Col Univ Teach 12:197 Autumn '64 
Scholars and teachers of what? B. Raffel. 

J Higher Ed 35:379-83 O '64 
Some modest proposals for improving univer- 
sity teaching. J. P. Powell. Univ Q 18:366-8 

S '64 
Teaching and society. G. C. Law. Improving 

Col Univ Teach 12:176-82 Sum '64 
Teaching, examining and the curriculum. 

Univ Q 19:143-9 Mr '65 
University teaching. M. S. Woodside. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:170-5 Sum '64 
See also 
Teachers colleges — Teaching 

Evahiation 

Distinguished teacher. C. H. Kegel. Improv- 
ing Col Univ Teach 12:102-4 Spr '64 

Is the college classroom an anachronism? G. 
Turbeville. il Wis J Ed 97:13-15 N '64 

Research 

Experimentation and teaching in higher edu- 
cation. J. P. Powell, bibliog Ed Res 6:179- 
91 Je '64 

Teaching methods 

Cure for intellectual cripples; leaderless group 
discussion. J. P. Powell. Improving Col 
Univ Teach 12:99-101 Spr '64 

Don's life; Hale report on university teach- 
ing methods. Times Ed Sup 2582:875 N 13 
'64 

Idea of a university. Times Ed Sup 2587: 
1135 D 18 '64 

Innovation and reaction in higher education. 
D. Riesman. J Gen Ed 16:177-96 O '64 

Our dilemma of mass education. E. F. 
Karner. Improving Col Univ Teach 13:38 
Wint '65 

Role of the tutor; Scottish reactions to Hale. 
Times Ed Sup 2583:928 N 20 '64 

Somewhat formal conversation. J. M. Gibert 
and D. K. Cornelius. Liberal Ed 50:458-62 
D '64 

Teaching in our universities; the Hale re- 
port, il Times Ed Sup 2582:872-3 N 13 '64 

Time to cost themselves. Times Ed Sup 
2587:1136 D 18 '64 



Undergraduate educational methodology: 
term projects versus term papers. M. Stern- 
licht. bibliog il Sci Ed 49:225-9 Ap '65 

University teaching. M. S. Woodside. Im- 
proving Col Univ Teach 12:170-5 Sum "64 
See also 

Senainar method 

Evaluation 
Book reserve system. B. F. Smith. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:83-6 Spr '64 

Reseai'ch 

Experimentation and teaching in higher edu- 
cation. J. P. Powell, bibliog Ed Res 6:179- 
91 Je '64 

Independent-study practices in colleges and 
universities. D. Felder. J Higher Ed 35:335- 
8 Je '64 

Individual and the classroom group as frames 
of reference in determining teacher ef- 
fectiveness. B. N. Phillips. J Ed Res 
58:128-31 N '64 

Technological innovations 
From carrels to carrels in half a millenium. 

S. M. Elam. il Phi Delta Kappan 46:1-2 

S '64 
Growing edge in educational technology. G. 

Blank, il Teach Col J 36:161-2 Ja '65 

Tuition fees 
See Tuition fees — Colleges and universi- 
ties 

Tutorial system 
See Tutorial system 

Africa, East 

See 'also 
East Africa. University 
Makerere university college 

University college, Dar-es-Salaam, Tangan- 
yika 

Arizona 
See also 
Arizona state college 
Arizona state university 
Arizona. University 

Arkansas 

See also 
Arkansas state teachers college 
Australia 

See also 
New England. University 

Bolivia 
Problems in Bolivian higher education; their 
origin and proposals for their solution. 
S. Cohen. J Higher Ed 36:80-7 F '65 

Brazil 

See also 
Sao Paulo. Universidade 

California 

College by plan. E. G. Brown, il maps Am 
Ed 1:9-11 Mr '65 

College programs for able high school stu- 
dents in California. T. G. Twitchell. Excep 
Child 31:389-95 Ap '65 
See also 

California. Long Beach state college 

California. Los Angeles state college of ap- 
plied arts and sciences 

California. San Diego state college 

California. San Fernando Valley state college 

California. San FranciscO' state college 

California. San Jose state college 

California. University 

Dominican college of San Rafael 

Loyola university of Los Angeles 

San Francisco. University 

Southern California. University 

Stanford university 

University of the Pacific 

Whittier college 

Canada 
iSee also 

Toronto. University 

Central America 

General education and university reform; the 
problems and their background. W. R. 
Hatch. Improving Col Univ Teach 12:134-7 
Sum '64 

General studies and the other Central Amer- 
ican universities. W. R. Hatch. Improving 
Col Univ Teach 12:147-9 Sum '64 

Colorado 

See lalso 
Colorado college 
Colorado. University 
Denver. University 
United States air force academy 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



141 



COLLEGES and universities — Continued 

Connecticut 
See also 
Connecticut. Southern Connecticut state col- 
lege 
Hartford. University- 
Yale university 

Costa Rica 
See also 
Costa Rica. Unlversidad 

District of Columbia 
See also 
American university 
Catholic university of America 
GeorKetown university 
Howard university 

Ethiopia 
Sea alao 
Haile Selas.sle I university 

Florida 
See alao 
Florida state university 
Florida. University 
Miami. University 

France 
See also 
£cole polytechnique 

Georgia 
Why not coliepe days? M. O. Phelps. Col & 
Univ 40:81-3 Fail 'C4 
See alao 
Atlanta university center 
Emory university 
GeorKia in.stltute of technology 
Georgia. Medical college of Georgia 
GeorKia. University 

Germany (Federal Republic) 
Patterns and trends in West German univer- 
sities; academic self-KOvernmunt versus 
state control. W. Hahn. J Higher Ed 36: 
245-53 My '65 

Great Britain 
Architecture and the sociology of university 

life. M. Cu.ssidy. plans Univ Q ltj:352-63 

S -64 
Disillusion over Uobblns; university planning. 

Times Ed Sup 2:.64:68 Jl 10 '64 
New universities In lirllain. H. A. K^e. 

Comp Kd U 8:94-7 Je "64 
See alao 
Cambridge. University 
Colleges and universities — Scotland 
Durham. Unlversliy 
Essex. University 
Keele. University 
Kent. University (proposed) 
London. University 
Newcastle. University 
Notlin^'ham. University 
Oxford. UniversitAT 
Reading. University 
Sheffield. University 
Surrey. Univer.Mlty (proposed) 
Sus.sox. University 
Victoria university 
Warwick. University (proposed) 
York. University 

Greece 
Higher education In Greece. S. C. Margarltis. 

Int K Ed 10 no.1:297-31l '64 

Hawaii 
See alao 
Hawaii. University 

Illinois 
See alao 
Chicago teachers college north 
Chicago. University 
lllinuis in.-^tiiuie of technology 
Illinois. Northern Illinois university 
Illinois. Southern Illinois university 
Illinois. University 
Milllkin university 
North \v<'st<Tii university 
Rockford college 
Roosevelt university 

India 
See alao 
Indian Institute of technology, Delhi 

Indiana 
Tuition rl.'ie at Indiana institutions. Sch & 
Soc 92:.'?n2 () 31 '64 
See alao 
DePauw university 
Indiana state university 
Indiana university 
Notre Dame. University 
Purdue university 



and agricultural 



Indonesia 
See alao 
Bandung institute of technology 

Iowa 

See alao 
Iowa. State college 

Iowa state university of science and technol- 
ogy 
Iowa. State university 
Parsons college 

Israel 
See alao 
Hebrew university. Jerusalem 

Japan 
See alao 
Sophia university 

Kansas 
See alao 
Kansas state teachers college 

Kentucky 
See alao 
Kentucky. Murray state college 
Kentucky. University 

Korea (Republic) 
See alao 
Seoul national university 

Louisiana 
See alao 
Liouislana state university 
and mechanical college 

Maryland 
See alao 
(3oucher college 
Maryland. University 
St Johns college 

Massachusetts 

See alan 
Amherst college 
llo.stoii i'olli-«e 
Miirv/iril university 

Massachu.setis institute of technology 
Md'h- u.. ^..k,. college 
Kii^: k,-e 

K<'t- 

Tuf': iiy 

Wellcsloy cullugc 

Mexico 

See alao 
Mexico. Unlversidad nacional 

Michigan 

S'^f' nil,, 

K/i: 

IJIV 

Mei. 

Mlclii>;iin. icntral Michigan university 
Mii-tiiKan. (Jrand Valli-y state college 
MichlKan state university of agriculture and 

applied science 
Michigan. University 
Michigan. Wayne state university 

Minnesota 
•See alao 
Minnesota. University 

Mississippi 
See alao 
Mississippi. Jackson state college 

Missouri 
See alao 
MIs.Houri. Northwest Missouri state college 
Ml.x.-^uuri. Southwest Missouri state college 
Missouri. University 
vsiephens college 

Nebraska 
See alao 
Nebraska. Wayne state college 

New Jersey 
See alao 
Fairieigh DIckin.son university 
New Jer.sey. Jer.^oy City state college 
New Jersey. Montclair state college 
New Jersey. Trenton state college 
Rutgers university 

New Mexico 
See alao 
New Mexico state university 
New Mexico. Western New Mexico university 

New York (state) 
See alao 
Brooklyn college 
Clarkson college of technology 
CoUnnliia university 
Cornell university 
Elm Ira college 
Hofstra college 
Hunter college 



lego 

iiutu of technology 



142 



EDUCATION INDEX 



COLLEGES and universities — New York (state) 
— See also — Continued 
Juilliard school of music 
Le Moyne college 
New York. State university 
Queens college 

Rochester institute of technology 
Rochester. University 
Syracuse university 
Teachers college. Columbia university 

Nigeria 

See also 
Nigeria. University 

North Carolina 

See also 
North Carolina. Agricultural and technical 

college 
North Carolina. East Carolina college 
North Carolina. University 

North Dakota 

See also 
North Dakota. University 

Northeastern states 
Orchestras in small colleges of northeastern 
United States. A. M. Banse. J Res Mus 
Ed 13:39-44 Spr '65 

Northern Ireland 

University for N. Ireland; Lockwood com- 
mittee reports. Times Ed Sup 2595:441 F 
12 '65 

Ohio 
See also 

Miami university 

Oberlin college 

Ohio. Kent state university 

Ohio state viniversity 

Ohio university 

Steubenville. College 

Toledo. University 

Oklahoma 

See also 
Oklahoma state university of agriculture and 

applied science 
Oklahoma. University 

Oregon 

See also 
Oregon state university 
Oregon. University 
Portland. University 

Pennsylvania 

See also 
Carnegie institute of technology 
Dickinson college 
Elizabethtown college 
Juniata college 
Debanon Valley coMege 
Lehigh university 
Marywood college 

Pennsylvania. Indiana state college 
Pennsylvania state university 
Temple university 

Philippines 

See also 
Philippines. University 

Poland 

See also 
Jagiellonian university 

Puerto Rico 

See also 
Puerto Rico. University 

Rhodesia 

Undecided future. Times Ed Sup 2552:973 Ap 
17 '64 

University running down; disastrous for Cen- 
tral Africa. Times Ed Sup 2553:1078 Ap 24 
•64 

Scotland 

Battle of Stirling; Scottish rivalries. Times 
Ed Sup 2570:250 Ag 21 '64; Reply. J. C. 
Eaton. 2572:318 S 4 '64 

Welcome for Stirling; new Scottish univer- 
sity. Times Ed Sup 2566:145 Jl 24 '64 
See also 

Edinburgh. University 

Glasgow. University 

Strathclyde. University 

South Carolina 

See also 
Converse college 

South Dakota 
See also 
South Dakota. University 

Southern states 
Desegregation in southern higher education. 
G. B. Johnson. Higher Ed 20:5-7+ Je '64 



state agricultural 



Tennessee 

See also 
George Peabody college for teachers 

Tennessee. University 

Texas 

See also 
Southern Methodist university 
Texas. East Texas state college 
Texas. North Texas state university 
Texas. Southwest Texas state college 
Texas technological college 
Texas. University 
Texas "Wesleyan college 
Texas womans university 

United Arab Republic (Egypt) 

See also 
Assiut university 

Utah 

See also 
Utah. University 

Vermont 

See also 
Vermont. University and 
college 

Virginia 
See also 
Virginia state college 

Wales 
See also 
Wales. University 

Washington (state) 

See also 
Gonzaga university 
Washington state university 
Washington. University 

West Virginia 
See also 
West Virginia university 

Wisconsin 
See also 
Beloit college 
Mount Mai-y college 
Wisconsin state college. River Falls 
Wisconsin state university, Whitewater 
Wisconsin state university and institute of 

technology 
Wisconsin. Stout state university 
Wisconsin. University 

Zambia 

See also 
Zambia. University (proposed) 
COLLEGES and universities, Accredited. See 
and universities — Accreditation 
and universities. Medieval 
techniques employed in the me- 
L. J. Daly. Cath Ed R 



Colleges 
COLLEGES 

Discussion 

dieval university. 
62:441-8 O '64 
COLLEGES and universities, Municipal 

Local 1460; United federation of college 
teachers. G. Wagner. Univ Q 19:78-80 D '64 
See also 

Bronx community college 

Brooldyn college 

Hunter college 

Queens college 
COLLEGES for women 

Need for new counseling programs at women's 
colleges. B. J. Lloyd. Nat Assn Women 
Deans & Counselors J 27:190-3 Sum '64 
See also 

Elmira college 

Goucher college 

Green Mountain college 

Mount Holyoke college 

Mount Mary college 

Radcliffe college 

Stephens college 

Texas womans university 

Wellesley college 
COLLEGES of advanced technology. See Tech- 
nical schools — Great Brita.in 
COLLEGES of education. See Teachers colleges 
COLLEGES of liberal arts 

Business education in liberal arts colleges. 
G. W. Anderson. Nat Bsns Ed Q 32:67-71 
My '64 

Business education in the liberal arts curric- 
ulum. M. O. McKitrick. Nat Bsns Ed Q 
32:72-80 My '64 

Comment. H. E. Bent; H. F. Lowry. Liberal 
Ed 51:13-19 Mr '65 

Graduate programs in the undergraduate 
college; the arguments against turning a 
college into a university. J. Lachs. J High- 
er Ed 36:121-30 Mr '65 

Idea of a liberal arts college. M. Bowra. 
Liberal Ed 50:185-97 My '64 

Is the liberal arts theatre obsolete? R. L». 
Hobbs. Speech Teach 13:304-9 N '64 



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COLLEGES of liberal arts — Continued 
Liberal arts and teacher education. P. C. 

Reinert. Liberal Ed 51:20-8 Mr '65 
Liberal arts (cont) ed. by F. E. Lund. 

J HiKher Ed 35:348-9 Je '64 
Moral profcsijor in the immoral university. R. 

W. Edtrar. A^VUP Bui 50:32:5-r, D '64 
Music teacher education and the liberal arts 
college. G. H. Jacobson. Mus Educators J 
51:61-2 S '64 
Teacher education and liberal arts colleges. 

L. J. Stiles. Sch & Soc 92:220 Sum '64 
Undergraduate MFL teacher- training In lib- 
eral arts colleges: a sur\'ey. F. A. Paquette. 
Mod Lang J 48:424-31 N '64 
Bee also 
General education 

Teacher education — Colleges and universities 
COLLEGIUM musicum. See Music education — 

Colleges and universities 
COLLIERS encyclopedia 

Collier's encyclopedia. Instr 74:98 Je '65 
COLLOIDS 

See also 
Silica gel 
COLLOQUIUM. See Conversation 
COLOMBIA 

»See also 
Americans in Colombia 
Education — Colombia 
Radio in education — Colombia 
Technical assistance In Colombia 
Television in education^^olombla 
COLOMBIAN literature 

Balance llterario de Colombia en 1963. H. H. 
Orjuela. blbllog Hispanla 47:539-43 S '64 

Appreciation and interpretation 
Funcli'in dol tiompo en I>os maderos de San 
Juan. H. Castillo. Hispanla 47:703-4 D 
•64 
COLOMBIAN poetry 

Appreciation and Interpretation 
See Colombian literature — Appreciation 
and interpretation 
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Virginia 
High school 
Colonial HeighU high school. II Va J Ed 58: 
28-9 Ap '65 
COLONIAL life and customs 
Fabrics and style.s of colonial window hang- 
ings, as revealed tiiruugh 1 Boston and Salem 
(Massachusetts) recortls, 17(ii»-i7t;o. A. 
Brlghtinan. il J Home Econ 5C:r.K>i-92 O "64 
Today's road maps and yesterday's history. 
M. C. Ruffner. il map Instr 74:50+ N '64 
COLONIAL rhetoric. See Rhetoric 
COLONIES 

Urn also 
ImpiTiall.sin 
Penal colonies 
COLONIES de vacances. See Camps — France 
COLOR 

Psychology 
Colour as an aid to visual perception In early 
reading. J. Iv. Jones. Brit J Ed Psychol 
35:21-7 F '65 
Color your school safe. M. C. Powers. II 

Safety Ed •»4:2-5 Ja ■6,^ 
Consistency of color associations to synon- 
ymous words. H. S. Beck and A. M. 
Dunbar. J Ed Res 5S:41-3 S 'C4 
Reactions to built-in color In houses. M. P. 

Charlton. J Home Econ 57:176-82 Mr '65 
These colors fit your school decor. H. 
Ketcham. Nations Sch 74:61-1- N '64 

Research 
Development of a paint scheme for Increasing 
aircraft detectablllty and vislbilltv. A. I. 
Siegel and P. Kederman. blbllog II J Ap 
Psychol 49:93-105 Ap '66 

Teaching 
Colors everywhere. D. L. Peltzman. 11 Instr 

74:33 Ja 'Ci 
Guide for color study. M. G. Ryan. II Prac 

Forecast 10:I\'',2-I':!5 My '65 
Points In color; project in polnflllism. E. M. 
Polio. 11 Sch Arts 64:15-17 Mr '65 
COLOR coding. See Codes 
COLOR form sorting test. See Welgl-Qoldsteln- 

Schcorer color form sortins test 
COLOR In architecture 

School buildings 
See Color in school decoration 
COLOR In house decoration. See Interior dec- 
oration 



COLOR in literature 
Etude des couleurs dans La Jalousie. M. G. 
Steisel. French R 38:485-96 F '65 
COLOR in school decoration 

Color your school safe. M. C. Powers. 11 

Safety Ed 44:2-5 Ja '65 
These colors fit your school decor. H. 
Ketcham. Nations Sch 74:61-f- N "64 
COLOR slides. See Lantern slides 
COLORADO 
See also 
Health service — Colorado 
Surveys — Colorado 
COLORADO college. Colorado Springs 

Academic planning by the faculty. L. B. 
Women Sch & Soc 92:299 O 31 '64 
COLORADO outward bound school. See Out- 
ward bound schools — United States 
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colorado 
Buena Vista school 
Sixth-graders form corporation: sell stock 
in bookstore. P. J. Van Pelt. Grade Teach 
82:64- S 'C4 
COLORADO. University, Boulder 

Bureau of audio-visual Instruction 
Automation techniques applied to audio- 
visual film library operation. J. O. Byrum. 
Assn Sch Bsns OQlcials U S and Canada 
Proc 49:163-7 03 

Extension division 
University's responsIl)Ility for alumni educa- 
tion. L. Looby. Adult Lead 13:47 Je '64 
COLOr"*""''"'"'^'^ -tnd colorimetry 

L)e: -< nuthod with colorimeter 

or tor. W. R. Carmody. bib- 

li< , ,; w i 41:615-16 N "64 

COLOUR. See Color 
COLTON, Oregon 

High school 
Dear teacher: I was alisent because. . . 
S. Federman. Am Sch Bd J 149:24 S '64 
COLUMBIA. Missouri 

Hickman high school 
Comparl.ton of rural and urban pupils on 
achievemont. J. C. Moore and P. T. King. 
Sch <S: Com 51:2S-30 N r>4 
COLUMBIA college citlrenship program 

Columhi.'i colli'co clii/.'nship program: a 
atuilfiu lalx>raiorv In <M\ic affairs. C B. T. 
Leo. J Higher Kd 36:186-94 Ap '65 
COLUMBIA university 

Enirli >i I •-,!•'. ■:.•!;. ■■.• iif f.ir-iML-n <!tn.l<^ntS at 

('■• ir per- 

f<' "r and 

F 1-6 Mr 

Sovereignty In the university: Teachers col- 
lege and Columbia. R. Whittemore. Teach 
Col Rec 66:503-18 .Mr '65 

Columbia college 

Changing character of undergraduate educa- 
tion. D. B. Truman. Sch & Soc 92:380-3 D 12 
'64 

Columbia college: report to headmasters, 
principals, and counselors, 1963. H. S. 
Coleman. Sch & Soc 92:239-41 Sum '64 

Teachers college 
See Teachers college. Columbia univer- 
sity 
COLUMBIA university seminars. .See Seminars 
COLUMBUS, Georgia 

Carver school 
Simple form tells who's using A-V equlnmcnt. 
and for what purpose. N. Evans. Nations 
Sch 74:32-3 D '64 
COLUMBUS, Ohio 

Junior high schools 
Saving the trouble-prone; Youth develop- 
ment project. N. E. Hall, jr. 11 NEA J 
54:26-8 Ap '65 

Public schools 
Textbook selection: how to be sure the right 
ones are picked. H. H. Eibling. il Sch Mgt 
8:81-1- O '64 
COLUMBUS day 

Projects 
Picture story In sequence. I. Robblns. II 
Instr 74:94 O '64 

Stories 
Brothers. H. W. Qarber. Instr 74:84 O '64 



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COLUMNS, Newspaper. See Newspapers — Sec- 
tions, columns, etc. 
COMBINATION of grades 
Look what two teachers have done in the 
little red schoolhouse: picture essay by T. 
Taylor. Grade Teach 82:32-7+ S '64 
COMBUSTION 
See also 
Smoke 
COMEDY 

Form or formula: comic structure in North- 
rop Frye and Siisanne Langer. J. G. Barry. 
Ed Theatre J 16:333-40 D '64 
George L. Fox's burlesque, Hamlet. W. H. 

Draper. Q J Speech 50:378-84 D '64 
Stephen Crane's Tlie bride comes to Yellow 
Sky. A. M. Tibbetts. Engl J 54:314-16 Ap 
■65 
See also 
Commedia dell'arte 
Humor in literatme 
Tragicomedy 
COMFORT, Mildred Houghton 
Winter on the Johnny Smoker. L. H. Mor- 
tensen. El Engl 41:808-9+ N '64 
COMIC literature. See Comedy 
COMMANDMENTS, Ten 
Teaching the Commandments in the primary 
grades. Sister Mary Eloise. Cath Sch J 65: 
32 Ja '65 
COMMEDIA dell'arte 

Commedia dell'arte in a Mexican folk theatre; 
Padua Hills theatre, Claremont, Calif. 
P. B. Deuel. Hispania 47:537-9 S '64 
COMMENCEMENTS 
Assembly line has taken over commence- 
ment. F. J. Mofiitt. Nations Sch 73:8 Je '64 
Commencement time. R. P. Bailey. Wis J Ed 
96:14 My '64 

Colleges and universities 
Commencement exercises for recognition 
rather than for diplomas. C. L. Constance. 
Col & Univ 40:314-18 Spr '65 
COMMERCE 
Highlighting: Southeast Asia's world trade. 

T. F. Barton. J Geog 64:88-9 F '65 
Planning and organizing an export trade 
education program. United States. Office of 
education. Division of vocational and tech- 
nical education. (OE-82012; Distributive ed. 
ser. no34) bibliog US Office Ed Voc Div 
Bui 302:1-42 '63 
Trading helps everyone. L. Senesh. il Instr 
74:130-1, 134 N '64 
See also 
Ports 
COMMERCIAL arithmetic. See Arithmetic, 

Commercial 
COMMERCIAL correspondence 
Business letter unit for typing. J. F. Bru- 
beck. J Bsns Ed 40:104-5 D '64 
COMMERCIAL diploma. See Diplomas 
COMMERCIAL education. See Business educa- 
tion 
COMMERCIAL law 

Correlation with other subjects 
Teach for business law concepts in general 
business class. A. Lebeda. Bsns Ed World 
45:5+ D '64 

Motivation 

Business law: how to live. W. G. Ott. il J 
Bsns Ed 40:138-9 Ja '65 

Teaching methods 
Business law: how to live. W. G. Ott. il J 
Bsns Ed 40:138-9 Ja '65 
COMMERCIAL products 
Product design, then and now. J. R. Lind- 
beck. il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 53:27-30 
My '64 

Standards 
Seal certifies claims; Air-conditioning and re- 
frigeration institute standards. L. N. 
Hunter. Am Sch Bd J 149:33 Ag '64 
COMMERCIAL teachers. See Business teachers 
COMMERCIALS. See Television advertising 
COMMISSION on a national plan for library 
education. See American library associa- 
tion — Commission on a national plan for 
librar>- education 
COMMISSION on English. See College entrance 
exainination board — Commission on English 
COMMISSION on science education. See Amer- 
ican association for the advancement of 
science — Commission on science education 
COMMISSION on the humanities 
Advancing the humanities. J. L. Snell. J 

Higher Ed 36:10-17 Ja '65 
Foundation for humanities; legislative basis. 
Times Ed Sup 2571:270 Ag 28 '64 



National humanities foundation sought; 1 
balancing the N.S.F. Times Ed Sup 2563:10 
Jl 3 '64 

Proposed National foundation for the hu- 
manities. B. C. Keeney. J Higher Ed 36: \ 
1-6 Ja '65 
COMMITMENT to teaching. See Professional- 
ism 

COMMITTEE for economic development 
Economic education in our secondary schools. 

V. A. Ouelette. J Sec Ed 39:56-60 F '64 
Two critiques of job training; review of re- ' 
port Educating tomorrow's managers. H. A. 
Tonne. J Bsns Ed 40:136-7 Ja '65 
COMMITTEE on institutional cooperation. See 
Council of ten — Committee on institutional 
cooperation 
COMMITTEES 

Documentation of the communication process 
in program activities. H. J. Keneally, jr. 
Adult Lead 13:2-4+ My '64 

Evaluation j 

Towards an evaluation of committees. G. O. I 

Doughman. Adult Lead 13:287+ Mr '65 \ 

COMMITTEES, Educational 
Academic senates in the junior colleges. C. 

Winter, il Calif Ed 2:15-16+ N '64 
How to plan a curriculum. J. Mersand. H 

Points 47:28-45 Mr '65 
Use of committees in supervision. M. L. 

King. J Ind Arts Ed 23:30 My '64 
Why I started the superintendent's advisory 

council. E. H. Hanson. Phi Delta Kappan 

46:181-3 D '64 
See also ■ 

Catholic colleges — Administration — Faculty I 

participation I 

Citizens committees I 

Colleges and universities — Administration — I 

Faculty participation 
COMMON market in Western Europe. See 

European economic community 
COMMONWEALTH education conference 
Commonwealth approach; inore chances for 

women. Times Ed Sup 2571:280 Ag 28 '64 
Commonwealth educators: the Scottish con- 
tribution. Times Ed Sup 2572:315 S 4 '64 
For the Commonwealth; coordination needed. 

Times Ed Sup 2570:252 Ag 21 '64 
Multicentral Commonwealth. Times Ed Sup 

2572:316 S 4 '64 
Ottawa C.B.C. final report. Times Ed Sup 

2573:345 S 11 '64 
Progress of 1959 plan; off to Ottawa. Times 

Bd Sup 2568:200 Ag 7 '64 
Pulling together: Commonwealth education 

conference. Times Bd Sup 2573:359 S 11 

'64 
Third Commonwealth education conference; a 

summary report. F. K. Stewart. Can Bd 

Res Digest 4:241-5 D '64 
COMMONWEALTH fund 
Largely reminiscent: plus the Commonwealth 

fund project. L. V. Koos. Jun Col J 34:13- 

18 My '64 
COMMONWEALTH of nations i 

Commonwealth. Times Ed Sup 2564:71 Jl 10 

'64 
Commonwealth. C. F. MuUett. Nat Council 

Social Studies Yrbk 34:501-26 '64 
£5m. offer to Commonwealth; Britain's con- 
tribution raised. Times Bd Sup 2565:112 

Jl 17 '64 
Ways of spending £6m; funds for the Com- 
monwealth. Times Bd Sup 2564:70 Jl 10 '64 
COMMUNAL settlements. See Collective settle- 
ments 
COMMUNICABLE diseases 
Microbiological hazards in the laboratory. G. 

B. Phillips, bibliog J Chem Ed 42:A43-A44+ 

Ja: A 117-A 120+ F '65 
See also 
Carriers of infection 
Virus diseases 
COMMUNICATION 
Charles A. Siepmann and educational broad- 
casting. R. J. Meyer, bibliog Av Comm R 

12:413-30 Wint '64; Same cond. Int R Bd 

10 no2:211-20 '64 
Five rules on how to say what you mean, 

Ky Sch J 43:46-7 D '64 
Golden age. S. N. Postlethwait. Sch Sol 

& Math 64:794-9 D '64 
Ideas are the basis of change. G. Jaggers. 

Ky Sch J 43:7 O '64 
Leadership and purposeful communication. J. 

M. Dodson. Ky Sch J 43:17+ N '64 
Pediatrics and disorders in communication; 

symposium. Volta R 66:314-18. 603-9+, 734- 

40+; 67:118-23+ Je, O, D '64, F '65 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



145 



COMMUNICATION — Continued 

I'sychoiherapeuiic improvement as a function 
of communication and adoption of ther- 
apist's values. A. W. L^ndfield and M. M. 
Nawas. J Counsel Psychol 11:336-41 Wint 
'64 

Shop talk: ed. by M. O. Sillars. See issues of 
Quarterly journal of speech 

Speech pathology and mental subnormality: 
a personal conception. A. T. Murphy, bib- 
liOK il J Ed 147:25-44 O '64 

Unlimited potential to communicate. L. S. 
Feany. Speech Teach 14:63-6 Ja '65 

Workintr with the profes.sional communicator. 
R. Battles. Ak Ed Mac 37:134-5 D '64 
See also 

Audio-visual communication 

Communications research 

Confidential communications 

General semantics 

Intercultural communication 

Interpersonal communication 

Oral communication 

Subconsciousness 

Technical communication 

Aims and objectives 

Individual, family, and community. L. J. 
Duhl and A. H. Chayes. J Home Econ 56: 
579-85 O '64: Same cond. Ed Rec 45:401-7 
Fall '64 

Bibliography 

BIbllopraphy of books on commimlcation: 
comp. by G. Pliillips and J. Beniis. J 
Comm 15:49-53 Mr '65 

Book reviews. See issues of AV communica- 
tion review 

Book reviews: cd. by L. G. Phlfer. See is- 
sues of Journal of communication March 
1965- 

Book reviews and notes: ed. by R. Haaken- 
son. See JHSiie.s of Journal of communica- 
tion through December 1964 

New books In review; ed. by W. E. Brock- 
riede. Sec issuCH of Quarterly journal of 
speech 

Content analysis 
See Content analysis (communication) 

International aspects 

Commtmlcatlon and Inlernatlonal under»tan<l- 
InK. <:. UuM!-ell. Year Book of Ed l'JC4;2iU-<, 

Eflurallon for International life: the politi- 
cal liarkif round; roinmuiilfat Ion. S. H. Hob- 
Insohn. Year liooK of Kil rJ64:3r)-G 

Graiiiiiwitirul and .sf-mantic nrobli'ins In the 
iircunolion of iTo."<.s-<iillural uniler.standlnit. 
L. J. i'ohcn. Year Hook of K.l I'.ifil : 123- »6 

I.AnKuaKo harrier to ititernat ionul lift;. K. 
Nesiah. Year liiKjk of Ed 1961:257-64 

Methodology 
Supcrvi.vor and nirriculum director at work; 

a vi.xtial analysis and report. L.. J. Bishop 

and others. Assn Sup & Curric Develop 

Yrbk r.M;5;i:!0-l 
Transml.s.slon of Information to human re- 

celver.H. K. M. W. Travera. Av Comm R 12: 

373-85 WInt '64 

Research 
Education and mass malllnK: its Impact on 
volunteers. M. I'lotnick. Adult Ed 15:89-90 
Wint '65 

Psychology 
See PsychollnKul.vtics 

Research 
See Comniunicatlons research 

Social aspects 
Awareness approach to contlnulnjc liberal- 

Keiieral education. J. W. Stein. Adult Kd 

14:142-5 Spr 'Gl 
Consistency of individual differences In per- 

suasiblllty. J. O. Whittaker. J Comm 15: 

28-34 Mr '65 
Mass mi'dia and John Dewey's liberalisni. 

R. A. Smith. Kd 'I'hoory 15:83-93+ Ap 'G5 
Mass media and third-Krade social studies. 

J. D. McAulay. Childh Ed 41:120-2 N '64 
Parttdi.'sc rc'naliu'd or Mcl>iihanac.v? review 

of UiulerstaiuliiiK media, by M. McLuhan. 

J. Hf'har: It. Liciperman. Teach Col Rec 

66:615-0 An ■(;5 
School and press: research dimensions. W. 

Q. Monahan. TIP 3:140-6 O '64 
Some factors lnlluen<-inK children's use of 

the nta.s.s meilia of connnunication. W. S. 

Rush. J K.\p Ed 33:301-4 Spr '65 
Study of two cultural forces. J. W. Stein. 

Col *i Univ 40:301-6 Spr '65 
Towards a community of understand Insr. C. 

H. Vereker and C. W. M. Wilson. Univ Q 

19:182-92 Mr '65 



Urbanites must be approached through recog- 
nized information sources. J. A. Shipman 
and X. R. McCannon. J Home Econ 56:744-7 
D '64 
Use of radio, film and television in teaching 
international understanding in schools in 
Japan. H. Miyazaki. Y'ear Book of Ed 
1964:354-60 

Teaching 

Colleges and universities 

MSU seminars: communication know-how for 
AID participants. J. P. Vergis and R. Har- 
ri.son. il Av Instr 9:320-1 Je '64 

Towards a community of understanding. C. 
H. Vereker and C. W. M. \Vilson. Univ Q 
19:lS2-y2 Mr -(.5 
COMMUNICATION, Theory of 

Application of programmed learning to In- 
formative speech. C. O. Tucker. Speech 
Mon 31:142-52 Je '64 

Effects of symmetry' on the reproduction of 
dot patterns by mental retardates and equal 
MA normals. H. H. Spitz, bibliog Am J 
Men Deficiency 6:101-6 Jl '64 

Objective te.«ting as communication. H. M. 
.Newman. Kd Theory 14:191-2i»3 Jl '64 

Phenomenological approach to communication 
theory. J. L. Bemls and Q. M. Phillips. 
.«;peech Teach 13:262-9 N '64 

Stuttering. Information load, and response 
strength. I. M. Schleslnger and others, blb- 
llogf J Speech & Hearing Dis 30:32-6 F '65 

Tran.-«ml.sslon of information to human re- 
ceivers. R. M. Travers. Av Comm R 12: 
373-85 Wint '64 
COMMUNICATION and civilization 

Strange world of our children, il. B. Mitchell. 
11 I'TA Mag 59:S-10 S '64 
COMMUNICATION arts. See Language arts 
COMMUNICATION centers. See Instructional 

materials centers 
COMMUNICATION in education 

t'a.se of the misconceived fleldhouse. E. D. 
Dur>ea. Improving Col Univ Teach 12:94-6 
Spr '64 

How public must public schools be? S. P. 
Marland. Jr. Nations Sch 74 28 S '64 

Improving romniunlralion In adminl.stratlon: 
prc-serviee nrenaration and in-service de- 
velopment. It. C. I>oll. N y Soc Exp Study 
Kd S'rbk 19>-,.7:16.'-0 

Inhumanities. I. Starr. Social Ed 29:90-4-f- 
F -65 

Organljuilional character of education: ad- 
mlni»trativ<' (..•hni,.r LiMiiiiiv^ii-iit i\ o proc- 
ess. J. M. I .1 () '64 

Parents' irrl|.. chan- 

nel.s; with i bv D. 

H'lrrl.s and 11. Harn.s. \S'. G. Holllster. 
bibliog It PTA Mag 59:16-19. 36 An '65 

Relatlon.''hlp of teacher commtmlcallon to 
principal behavior. J. A. Peoples. J Exp 
Ed 32:407-11 Sum Ci 

Supervl.Kor and c-urrieulum director at work: 
staff development througli improved c«>m- 
municHtlon. K. J. Blshoi> and other.i Assn 
Sui> * Curric Develop Yrbk 1065:130-2 

Teacher's «elf-api>ralsal of human relations, 
H. RIngkamp Cath Ed R 62:100-2 F 'Hi 

What the regi.«trar expects of his president. 
T. Pouncey. «^)1 * Univ 40:3O7-lS Spr '65 

Wlm''.-* the me.-j.nage? R. H. Garrison. Im- 
nroviiig I'ol I'niv Tearh 13:91-3 Spr '65 
COMMUNICATION In management 

Behind closed doors: conununlcatlons In in- 
dtJ.stry. Time.H Kd Sup 2554:1I6S My 1 '64 

Gubling principles and practices In office 

management. J. T. Smith, jr. Assn Sch 

Bsns Ofllclals U S and Canada Proc 49:102-4 

•63 

COMMUNICATION satellites. See Artificial 

.-«iteiiite.>i -Communlratlon applications 
COMMUNICATION seminars. See Seminars 
COMMUNICATIONS research 

Comnninirating guidance Information to spe- 
cialty oriented students. K. B. Hoyt €Lnd 
K. W. Coohran. Av Instr 10:49-53 Ja '65 

Current developments In communication re- 
search; ed. by O. A. Borden. See l.s.sties 
of Journal of communication March 1965- 

Documentatlon of the communication process 
in program activities. H. J. Keneally, jr. 
Adult Dead 13:2-14- Mv '64 

D\ninmic.«i in adult education. R. D. Boyd. 
Adult Kd M 131-6 Spr '64 

Identifying the imknown communicator In 
paintlmr. literature and music: the sig- 
nificance of minor encodine habits. W. J. 
Paisley, bibliog J Comm 14:219-37 D '64 

Linguistic factors In various measures of 
communication skills for college students 
with implications for predictive validity. 
W. B. Michael and others. Ed & Psychol 
M 24:363-7 Sum "64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



COM M U N I CAT IONS research — Continued 

Message certainty and information destruc- 
tion: variables in the study of the com- 
munication of information. T. R. Husek. 
Calif J Ed Res 15:184-9 S '64 

Mid-century survey of books on communica- 
tion. M. P. Andersen. J Comm 14:203-14 D 
'64 

Relationship between some aspects of com- 
municative speakinp: and communicative 
listening. B. L. Brilhart. diag J Comm 
15:35-46 Mr '65 . ^ ,., » 

Research notes. T. Clevenger, jr, and N. A. 
Bowman. See issues of Journal of com- 
munication September 1964- 

School and press: research dimensions. W. 
G. Monahan. TIP 3:140-6 O '64 

Some correlates of language intensity. J. W. 
Bowers. Q J Speech 50:415-20 D '64 

Some factors influencing children's use of 
the mass media of communication. W. S. 
Rush. J Exp Ed 33:301-4 Spr '65 

Study of two cultural forces. J. W. Stein. 
Col & Univ 40:301-6 Spr '65 

Transmission of Information to human re- 
ceivers. R. M. W. Travers. Av Comm R 
12:373-85 Wint '64 
See also 

Content analysis (commvinication) 
COMMUNION, First. See First communion 
COMMUNISM 

Ten basic assumptions of Marxism. R. Polin. 
Social Studies 56:19-21 Ja '65 
See also 

Dialectical materialism 

Teaching 

Basic considerations in teaching about Amer- 
icanism vs. communism. O. T. Jarvis. J Sec 
Ed 39:208-11 My '64 

Communists, a TV series; Valley instructional 
television association, California. V. N. 
Hyden, jr. Av Instr 9:682-3 D '64 

Education and our defenses against com- 
munism. A. W. Dulles. Am Assn Sch Adm 
Offlcial Report 1964:62-72 

Implanting the democratic idea. H. Mc- 
Closkv. il CTA J 61:10-12 Ja '65 

Problems in dealing with communism. M. 
Bisenstadt. H Points 47:44-8 P '65 

Russia. communi.=im, and controversial issues. 
D. W. Treadgold. Social Ed 28:261-5 My 
'64 

Schools can burst the Communist balloon. 
M. S. Pap. il Ohio Sch 42:22-3-f D '64 

Asia, Southeastern 
Highlighting: splitting wedge of communism. 
T. F. Barton, map J Geog 63:334-5 O '64 

Russia 

Are the Communists ignorant of the genetic 

effects of radio-active fallout? R. R. Dugan. 

Social Studies 55:249-53 D '64 
Russian rhetoric: a discipline manipulated 

by communism. J. H. Butler. Q J Speech 

50:229-39 O '64 

United States 

Minnesota's famous (infamous) Sibley letter; 

case study in academic freedom. V. R. 

Rogers. Phi Delta Kappan 45:467-9 Je '64 
COMMUNISM and democracy 

Controversy in the social sciences. N. C. 

Polos. Social Studies 56:43-6 F '65 
Education and our defenses against com- 
munism. A. W. Dulles. Am Assn Sch Adm 

Official Report 1964:62-72 
Education for America's role in today's 

world. W. Judd. Wis J Ed 96:7-134- F '64 
Implanting the democratic idea. H. Mc- 

Closky. il CTA J 61:10-12 Ja '65 
COMMUNISM and education 
We teach freedom: two California Incidents. 

J. W. McKenney. il CTA J 61:6-9 Ja '65 

China (Peoples Republic) 
Adult education in red China. V. T. C. Lin. 

Adult Ed 14:240-52 Sum '64 
Labor and schooling in Communist China. 

A. M. Chabe. bibliog Ed 85:37-41 S "64 
Recent trends in Chinese education. C. T. 

Hu. bibliog Int R Ed 10 no 1:12-21 '64 

Hungary 
Budapest's puritan aspect; lively conformity. 
Times Ed Sup 2578:647 O 16 '64 

Russia 
Early modem history in Soviet high schools; 

A. V. Eflmov's Novaya istoriya. M. Gold. 

Teach Col Rec 66:316-21 Ja '65 
For further strengthening the ties of the 

school with life. A. M. Arsen'ev. Soviet Ed 

7:28-38 F '65 



Moral education in Soviet schools. Z. Malkova. 
Phi Delta Kappan 46:134-8 N '64 

Some changes in the content of the course In 
chemistry and production training in the 
light of the decisions of the December 
(1963) plenary meeting of the CPSU central 
committee (methodological directive) Soviet 
Ed 6:29-36 Jl '64 

Soviet approach to comparative education. 
N'. Nans. Comp Ed R 8:90-3 Je '64 

Tasks of the Soviet school. E. I. Afanasenko. 
Soviet Ed 7:3-15 N '64 

Ways of improving teaching methods. B. P. 
Esipov. Soviet Ed 6:11-19 Je '64 

Yugoslavia 
Training of elementai'y school teachers in 
Yugoslavia. J. Georgeoff. bibliog J Teach 
Ed 16:29-35 Mr '65 
COMMUNISM and religion 

Crisis in Soviet ntheistic instruction. Sch & 
Soc 92:223 Sum '64 

COMMUNIST countries 

See also 

Europe, Eastern 
COMMUNIST education. See Education — Rus- 
sia 
COMMUNIST speakers. See Communism and 

education 
COMMUNITIES (ecology) See Biotic communi- 
ties 
COMMUNITY (sociology) 

Community predictors of school holding 
power. N. Young. J Sec Ed 39:116-21 Mr 
'64 '■■J * 

Community self-study: is there a method to 
the madness? P. R. Mico. bibliog Adult Lead 
13:288-92 Mr '65 

Do children necessarily reflect community- 
parental values? J. W. Noll and S. P. 
Kelly, bibliog Childh Ed 41 :426-9 Ap '65 

Structure of community power and commun- 
ity decision making. C. P. Marsh. Adult 
Lead 13:71-2+ S '64 
COMMUNITY action programs 

Economic opportunity act. J Health Phys Ed 
Rec 36:35 P '65 

Economic opportunity act of 1964; its impli- 
cations for public school education. T. J. 
McLernon. Av Instr 10:46-8 Ja '65 

Education a weapon in the war on poverty. 
B. Exton. Am Sch Bd J 148:42 My '64 

Education: weapon against poverty; Eco- 
nomic opportunity act of 1964. Sch Life 47; 
23-4 O '64; Same cond. Ky Sch J 43:22-3 
F '65 

Federal legislation and programs for under- 
privileged young people. ALA Bui 58:710-11 
S '64 

Poverty and the schools. G. Cawelti. North 
Cen Assn Q 39:242-4 Wint '65 

Schools and the Economic opportunity act of 
1964. Phi Delta Kappan 46:213-15 Ja '65 

Schools: vital ally; war on poverty. M. R. 
Lovell, jr. il Mich Bd J 42:12-14 Mr '65 

Two challenges of the Econojnic opportunity 
act; the Work-study program and the Com- 
munity action program are ideal for com- 
munity college participation. J. W. Moore 
and J. W. Rioux. Jun Col J 35:17-18 Mr '65 

What the poverty program will mean to your 
schools; interview with S. Shriver. Sch 
Mgt 8:66-71 S '64 
COMMUNITY agencies. See Social agencies 
COMMUNITY and church. See Church 
COMMUNITY and college 

Approach of the Fox to community educa- 
tion. G. S. Jensen. Adult Lead 13:13-1- My 
'64 

Columbia college citizenship program; a stu- 
dent laboratory in civic affairs. C. B. T. 
Lee. J Higher Ed 36:186-94 Ap '65 

Community and the foreign student. T. Quig- 
ley. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61:207-10 Ag '64 

Community services, a JC ftmction. il Calif 
Ed 2:13-14 D '64 

Festival and new music. H. Janiec. II Mus J 
22:30-1+ My '64 

Help women plan for second half. K. Hunter. 
Adult Lead 13:311+ Ap '65 

mini house, volunteer help for the dropout 
problem. A. Armstrong. Ill Bd 53:344+ 
Ap '65 

Junior colleges, the adult education mission. 
I. Loso. il Minn J Ed 45:14-15 F '65 

University and the decaying American city. 
E. Cox. Ed Rec 45:395-400 Fall '64 

University serves the community. E. J. Shea. 
J Health Phys Ed Rec 35:81 O "64 
See also 

Public relations — Colleges and universities 



JULY 1964— JUNE 1965 



147 



COMMUNITY and college — Continued 
Research 
Effect of community junior colleges on the 
proportion of the local population who 
seek hiKher education. W. L. Bashaw. J Ed 
Res 58:327-9 Mr '65 

Great Britain 

Training college with a difference; experi- 
ment in intewration. U Times Ed Sup 25yo: 
445 F 12 '65 
COMMUNITY and principals. See Principals 

and community 
COMMUNITY and school 

Barriers to good relationships. J. C. Atherton. 
11 A)? Ed Mag 37:67-1- S '64 

Big-city school: problems and prospects; keep- 
ing the r.chools human. S. M. Brownell. il 
PTA Mag 59:6-8 F '65; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:35-7 Ap '65 

Business education and the school dropout. 
D. Schreiber. Nat Bsns Ed Yrbk 2:229-37 
•64 

Challenge of better public relations. O. A, 
Crosby. TIP 3:126-8 O '64 

Classroom guidance: interpreting the school 
proKram to parents. M. V. Pullen. Instr 
74:24-5 F '65 ^ . 

Community predictors of school holding 
power. N. Young. J Sec Ed 39:116-21 Mr 
•64 

Developing community understanding for ed- 
ucational innovation. C. V. Jones. Am Sch 
Bd J 149:29 Jl '04 

Dropout: a .symposium. Ed ^5:195-8 D '64 

Education and the problems of community. 
H. Wlnthrop. Ed Forum 29:171-7 Ja '65 

Educational park. M. Wolff. Am Sch & Univ 
36:9 Jl '64 

How an urban school system idfntifios its 
di.«»advanta>fed. H. Spears and I. Pivnlck. 
J Negro Ed 33:245-53 Sum "64: Same. 34: 
47-55 Wlnt '65 , ^ 

How community power structures influence 
adminl.stratlve tenure. D. J. McCarty. Am 
Sch Bd J 148:11-13 My '64; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 30:1-4 O '64 

Human Interaction: a source of affective 
learnings. C. E. Stewart. II Ed Lead 22: 
4S7-91+ Ap '65 

Integrating .school and community life. M. A. 
CurtlH. Oath Sch J HI 2:! I) '64 

Intomalltig the do.m-k-r- gated school. W. C. 
Hilf.s. il (-TA J 61:13-1(5 Mr 'C.'. 

Interpreting the secondary school. C. Folk. 
H Sob J 48:257-61 Ja "CS 

Jobs for youth program a lef.son In coopera- 
tion; community program develops recipe 
for success. \V. K. Hoffman, il Chicago 
Sch J 45:319-23 An '64 „ „ _, . 

Our attack.s on Ignorance. F. O. DIrkoy. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prln Bui 49:267-76 Mr '63 

Poverty and tbo .schools. Q. Cawelti. North 
Ton As.-<n Q 3'>:242-4 Wlnt T,.". 

Re.sponslblo rommunlty len'lcr.shlp. M. J. 
Uubln. N Y Stulo Ed 52:10-ll-f- D '64 

School and community roles In effective plan- 
ning. C. 1.,. Marburger. J Negro Ed 33: 
304-10 Sum '64 

School board and the newspaper. Ij. Q. 
Rlnker. Am Sch Bd J 149:25 O '64 

School exfoutive.s" wives. C. E. IJiookor nnd 
R. Smolich. Clearing House 38:515-20 My 
'64 

Schools can bo green Islands. R. E. Wilson 
and J. S. Brown, il Mich Ed J 42:20-2 Ap 
•65 

School's philosophy. K. L. Fish. Clearing 
House 39:265-7 Ja '65 

School's role In community life. M. D. 
Baughman. Sch & Com 51:9-10+ O '64 

Shakespeare in orbit? R. P. Bailey. Wis J 
Ed 97:14 Ja '65 

Six working progr.ams for industry-school co- 
operation. Hch Mgt 8:79-824- My '64 

Vocational education a community re.spon- 
sibillty. T. Pearce. Am Sch Bd J 150:36-7 
Ap '6!; 

Whafs to be done with the dropout when he 
drops back In? E. M. Blrkmaler. North 
Cen A.ssn Q 38:301-8 Spr '64 
See also 

Admlni.sti-ation of schools — Public participa- 
tion 

Conunuiiity re.sources — Educational aspects 

Community service 

Curriculum development — Public participation 

Local hl.story 

Parent participation in school activities 

Public relations 

School buildings — U.se 

Teachers and rommunlty 

Volunteer workers in education 



Research 

Institutional character of education: govern- 
ment and politics: the community. H. T. 
James. R Ed Res 34:414-16 O '64 

Utilization of community services by Catholic 
secondary schools, dister Jerome. Cath 
Ed R 63:7-13 Ja '65 

Arkansas 
Booster club boosts team through films. M. 
O'Quinn. il Athletic J 44:3S-9-t- Je '64 

California 

Guidance tool called work experience edu- 
cation. N. B. Eisen. J Sec Ed 39:372-6 D 
•64 

Junior callerj'; Orange County schools. Cali- 
fornia. ML J. Haden. il Sch Arts 63:4-7 
Je ^64 

Connecticut 

How Darien schoolmen faced a bad press. 
G. C. Coffin. Nations Sch 75:58-9-»- ilr '65 

Delaware 

Project Boys. K. Y. Hazeur. Ed Lead 22: 
242-3+ Ja '65 

Illinois 

Cooperating f *" mlty. D. R. An- 

dersen, li J 1 Kec 35:57 S '64 

H<lfintr eultir ,>d children. 10. 

.^.••.-•■- ■' '■ - ■ - Ap '65 

Tim ^e lo .sliare; Project for 

a; on. J. Freund. bibliog El 

Voi-ut .oi.-ii 1, . a continuing school- 

cominunitv it v. O. Triezenbersr 

and S. lOit;: 'i Bd J 148:19-20 My 

'64 

Indiana 

Band enthusiasm has helped our town! 
Shoals. Ind. J. J. Allbrlght. Sch Musician 
36:75 Ag '64 

Educntnrv: nf your service: commrmlty rela- 
tl<>' vo when teachers form a speak- 

er J. W. Humphrey. Clearing 

II -<« My '64 

New .... ,,...! inspires earth science project. 
L. E. Wise and R. J. Elmes. il Scl Teach 
31:21-3 N '64 

Iowa 

Local community; a general business labora- 
tory. R, H. Meyer. J Hsns Ed 39:333-5 My 
'64 

Maryland 

Bringing school art to the community. E. 

Troycr. il Art Ed 17:9-11 O '64 
Civic ejcperionces for school children. W. 

Tamburrino. Instr 74:98+ S '64 

M.-issachusetts 
Prep club program; I^ropnratlon for employ- 
ment program, Everett. Mass. W. R. 
Smith nnd O. C. Houston. Voc Quid Q 12: 
247-54 Sum '64 

North Carolina 
Use local people to review local programs. 
R. J. Denny and J. K. Clary. 11 Ag Ed Mag 
36:270-1+ Je ^64 

Texas 
How to Klve your community a pocket full 
of school fact.s: Alba-Gf)lclen public schools. 
Natlon.s .Sch 74:50 Jl '64 
Project dinosaur: Hcbbronville's efforts to 
prevent employe extinction. P. Sexton. 
Tex Outl 48:25+ N '64 
Schools and the newspapers: Nedcrland inde- 
pendent school district. W. Guild. Tex 
Outl 48:19+ Je '64 
Widening a world: program providing cul- 
tural opportunities In Hchhronvllle. Texas. 
P. B. Sexton. Wilson Lib Bui 38:852-4 Je 
•64 

VIroInIa 
Chesapeake planetarium, a school and com- 
munity venture. J. B. Vance. II V'a J Ed 58: 
20-1 Mr '6.-. 

Wisconsin 
Here's exemplary athletic setup. R. H. Taniv. 
M. Blake, il Am Sch Bd J 150:36-^ F '66 
COMMUNITY and teachers. See Teachers and 

community 
COMMUNITY and technical college. Toledo, 
Ohio. Pio Toledo. University — Community 
nnd teehnicai college 
COMMUNITY bands. See Bands (music) 
COMMUNITY centers 
Sfc alto 

COMMUNITY college act of 1963. See Educa- 
tional laws and legislation — Pennsylvania 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



COMMUNITY college board. See Boards of 
education 

COMMUNITY colleges. See Junior colleges 

COMMUNITY cooperation. See Gommunity 
and school 

COMMUNITY councils. See Citizens commit- 
tees 

COMMUNITY counseling services. See Counsel- 
ing 

COMMUNITY development , . ,. , 
Community education throush the lively arts. 
K. L,. NeidiR. Mus Educators J 51:58-9 Ja 

Philosonhical view of community development 
as an adult education function. B. L. Jones. 
Adult Lead 13;240-2-f F '65 

Chile 
Student voluntary service in Chile. A Gil- 
lette, il Int J Adult Youth Ed 15 no4:193- 
200 '63 
COMMUNITY improvement. See Community 

service 
COMMUNITY leadership , -r ^ , ■ 

Therapy for community leaders. L. Cantoni 
and L. Cantoni. Adult Lead 13:285-6 Mr '65 

COMMUNITY life ,.^ ,, , 

Integrating school and community life. M. A. 

Curtis. Cath Sch J 64:23 D '64 
Working together for neighborhood improve- 
ment C. S. Tsanoff. Children 11:179-82 
S '64 
See also 
Community leadership 
Social education 

Teacher participation 
See Teachers and community 
Youth participation 
Improving community health through student 
participation. B. Walker, .ir. J Negro Ed 
34:23-9 Wint '65 
Juvenile decency corps: an ansvi^er to de- 
linquency. S. E. Jackson. 11 Ed Lead 21: 
491-7 My '64 
COMMUNITY life in curriculum. See Commu- 
nity resources — Educational aspects 
COMMUNITY orchestras. See Orchestras 
COMMUNITY planning. See City planning 
COMMUNITY resources 

Educational aspects 

Art, Manhattan-style. S. K. Corwin. H Points 

47:58-60 F '65 _„ . 

Beating the time lag. R. L. Hunt, il CTA 

J 60:22-4+ My '64 , ^ , 

Career night in a parish. E. V. Clarke. Cath 

Sch J 65:50-2 Ap '65 
Civic experiences for school children. W. 

Tamburrino. Instr 74:984- S '64 
Communitv resources. J. L. Miller, il Grade 

Teach 82:118-21 F '65 
Community resources workshop; sponsored by 
the Racine unified school district and the 
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. J. P. 
Murphy and others, il Wis J Ed 97:7-9 
N '64 
Coinmunitv work experience program for the 
mentally retarded. E. A. Taylor, .ir. H Sch 
J 48:185-90 D '64 
Cooperative teaching between the business 
communitv and the school. M. M. Barber. 
il J Bsns Ed 40:149-50 Ja '65 
Diamonds at vour doorstep, A. H. Ryden. Voc 

Guid Q 13:131-3 Wint '64/65 
Does your community know your business 
program and you? R. N. Helm. J Bsns Ed 
40:6-7 O '64 
Double student interest with sound slides you 
make yourself. H. E. Scuorzo. Grade Teach 
82:72-3 N '64 
Educational implications of the world about 
us. A. L. Hennessy. jr. Cath Ed R 62: 
241-9 Ap '64 
Exploring community resources through film- 
trips. J. F. Wilson. Calif Ed 1:17-18 Je 
'64 
How to make a school-community project 

work. Sch Mgt 9:115+ F '65 
Industry comes to the classroom; an ex- 
periment in industry-education coopera- 
tion for the improvement of classrooin in- 
struction in science. S. Schenberg. il Sci 
Teach 31:38-9 Ap '64 
Learning about local government. Ij. P. 

Anderson, il Sch & Com 51:16 My '65 
Let's make a visitation! E. E. Witte. Social 

Studies 55:258-61 D '64 
Local community; a general business lab- 
oratory. R. H. Meyer. J Bsns Ed 39:333- 
5 My '64 



Main street; a resource of architectural ap- 
preciation. C. E. Hiller. il Sch Arts 64: 
25-8 S '64 . ^ ^ 

Research-approach club in a suburban com- 
munity. L. M. Krause. Sci Teach 32:36-7 
Mr '65 , ^ ^.„ 

Shared responsibility: teaching about the Bill 
of rights bv teachers and lawyers. R. M. 
O'Neil. il CTA J 61:14-15+ Ja '65 
Six working programs for industry-school 
cooperation. Sch Mgt 8:79-82+ My '64 
Study seminars; cross-section of a com- 
munitv's audiovisual resources. Av Instr 9: 
393-9 S '64 
Time and knowledge to share ; ^ Pro.iect for 
academic motivation. J. Freund. bibliog W 
Sch J 65:351-8 Ap T.S ^ ^ ., c. i, a * 

Urban art program. P. Greenberg. il Sch Arts 
64:7-9 N '64 .a i 

Use of comnmnity resources and personnel. 
T. J. Peterman. Nat Cath Ed Assn Bui 61: 
284-9 Ag '64 . , ^ ,,, ,. 

Utilization of community services by Catholic 
secondary schools. Sister Jerome. Cath 
Ed R 63:7-13 Ja '65 
COMMUNITY schools 
How to win public support in classrooms, 
and at the polls. C. I. Brahce. Nations 
Sch 74:34-5 Jl '64 
COMMUNITY service 
Growth of an idea; Knickerbacker Kennedy 
korps. R. Todd, il N Y State Ed 52:13 O '64 
Rewarding outlets for homemakers: West- 
chester home economists in homemaking. 
D Wortman. J Home Econ 56:698 N '64 
Teenagers train for community service; teen- 
age monitors. TAMS. Kansas City. Kan. 
E. Bennett, il Volta R 67:228-9 Mr '65 
Visiting homemaker services: Oklahoma proj- 
ect. C. R. King, il Am Voc J 40:27-8 Ap 
•65 
Young people take a hand; Community serv- 
ice volunteers, il Times Ed Sup 2567:174 JI 
31 '64 
See also 
Community and school 
COMMUNITY surveys. See Social surveys 
COMMUNITY teachers association. See 

Teachers associations 
COMMUNITY theater. See Theater, Little 
COMMUNITY use of school buildings. See 

School buildings — Use 
COMMUNITY welfare work 

Improving coordination of welfare and medi- 
cal services; Welfare-medical care project, 
the New York hospital. M. A. Dennis, 
il Children 12:97-101 My '65 
Looking ahead to a community project. 11 
Prac Forecast 10:20-1 N '64 
COMPARATIVE education. See Education, 

Comparative 
COMPARATIVE literature. See Literature, 

Comparative 
COMPARATIVE method. See Political science — 

Teaching method 
COMPARATIVE religion. See Religion, Com- 
parative 
COMPARISONS, Paired. See Paired compari- 
sons 
COMPASS 
Easier way to teach directions. P. Bacon. 
il Grade Teach 82:38-9+ D '64 
COMPASSES (mathematical instruments) 

On solutions of geoinetrical constructions 
utilizing the compasses alone. J. P. Becker. 
diags Math Teach 57:398-403 O '64 
COMPETITION 
Athletics and the pursuit of excellence. J. 

W. Keating. Ed 85:428-31 Mr '65 
Competition motivates typewriting students. 

D. Clayton. Bal Sheet 46:158-9 D '64 
Motivational development of adolescents. T. 

Campanelle. Ed 85:310-13 Ja '65 
Place for competition; the real comprehensive 
issue. W. H. Burston. Times Ed Sup 2591: 
105 Ja 15 '65 
COMPETITIONS. See Contests 
COMPETITIVE athletics. See Athletics. Inter- 
collegiate: Athletics, Interscholastic; Ath- 
letics. Intramural 
COMPLETION tests 
Identification in two vocations: accountants 
and creative writers. S. J. Segal and R. 
Szabo. Personnel & Guid J 43:252-5 N '64 
Role conflict in successful science teachers. 
R. M. Merrill and F. B. Jex. J Ed Res 58: 
72-4 O '64 
See also 
Cloze procedure 
COMPLIANCE. See Social compliance 



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149 



COMPOSERS. American 
See also 
Griffes. C. T. 
I>evy. M. D. 
MacDowell. E. A. 
Sousa. J. P. 
WeisKall. H. 
Willson, M. 
COMPOSERS, Austrian 
See o'so 
Haydn. F. J. 
COMPOSERS. French 
See also 
Hal^vy. J. F. F. E. 
Poulenc. F. 
COMPOSERS, German 
See also 
Orff. C. 
KcKer. M. 
Stockhausen. K. 
StraUHS. K. 
Tunder. F. 
COMPOSERS, Hungarian 
See also 
Uart6k. U. 
COMPOSERS, Italian 
.See also 
PaKaninl. N. 
COMPOSITION (art) 

Artist Jr: pattern. II Art Ed 18:21-8 F '65 
COMPOSITION (music) 

For whom do you write? E. Gold, ilus J 

22:2'J IJ 6i 
Music from mathematics. B. Deutschiuan. 

Mus J 22:54+ O 64 
Nadabrahma: sound of the universe: with list 
of compo.sltlons. H. Schramm. Mus J 23: 
684- Ja '65 
New problems enlarge horizons. D. Plnkhain. 

Mus J 23:404- Ap '05 
Teachine composition via Schenker's theory. 
1. Silberman. bibllotr il J Kes Mus Eki 12: 
295-303 VVlnt '64 
What l->r Howard Han.son said to nie; Inter- 
view, ed. by A. Goldberg. Hrh Musician 3C: 
60-1 Mr '65 
Sre also 
Mu.slfal form 
COMPOSITION. English. See EnKllsh laiiRuage 

— Compo.silloii; OmI rompo.sltlon 
COMPOUND sentences. See Eitglliih lunKuage 

— Sentences 
COMPOUND words. See lOnRllsh language— 

<V)tni'oiind words 
COMPOUNDS. Aromatic. See Aromatic com- 

pound.s 
COMPREHENSION (psychology) 

lircakiiiK. or uiidorsiaiiilliik'? O. O. Younjr. 

II Ini J Ueilt! lOd 41:3 N T.4 
Interper.'-'onai understanding and assumed 
.similarity. W. A. I>ewl8 and W. Wlgel. 
Persormel & Guld J 43:155-8 O '64 
Quantitative concepts in selected .social 
sludle.H textliooks for second grade. W. J. 
Lyda and V. A. Uobin.son. El Sch J C5: 
15D-fi2 1) '64 
Teacher acourary in a-sse.s.slne coirnlilve 
vl.sual feedback from .siinlenls. J. Jorker 
and others. J Ap P.svrhol 4s:393-7 D '64 
I'nderstHtiiiliitf and ariihtneiio .1. H. Wil- 
liiiiMH I'.d Ites 6:192-201; 7:15-36 Je-N '04 
COMPREHENSION in listening 
Can training In listening Improve reading? 
P. M. HolliriKsworth. bibllo*: Uead Ttadi 
18:121-34- N 'CI 
Dimensions of lecture comprehension: a fac- 
tor analy.sis of listening test Items. I). 
Pateman and others. J Comm 14:183-9 S 
•64 
Experimental application of Cloze procedure 
and attitude mca.surea to listening oom- 
prehen.slon. M. l>irkens and F. Williams. 
Speech Mon 31:103-8 Je '64 
Experimental .study of the effeot.s of rredl- 
billtv on the compreheii.ilon of content. 
P. K. Tompkins and I... A. Samovar. Speech 
Mon 31:120-3 Je '64 
Llstenlntr comprehension of cerebral pal.slod 
and other crippled children as a funeiion 
of two .speaklnsr rates. W. de Hoop, biblioe: 
Excep Child 31:2:n-40 .Ta 'fiG 
So they li.stened: the effects of a listening 
program P. M. Hollingsworlh. J Comm 15: 
14-16 Mr -r.r, 

COMPREHENSION In reading 

Ability of students to identlfv correct re- 
sponses before reading. R. C. Preston J Ed 
Res 5S:181-3 D '64 

Analysis of Increased rate of reading of 
college students. R. O. I^affltte. Jr. bibliog 
J Develop Read 7:165-74 Spr '64 

Better reading through the rccoenltion of 
irrammaflcal relations. R. L. Allen. Read 
Teach 18:194-8 D '64 



Can training in listening improve reading? 
P. M. Hollingsworth. biblios Read Teach 
18:121-3-;- N '64 

Comprehensibility of several grammatical 
transformations. E. B. Coleman, bibliog 
J Ap Psychol 48:186-90 Je '64 

Etfectiveness of the Controlled reader in de- 
veloping reading rate, comprehension and 
vocabulary as opposed to the regular 
method of teaching reading. N. A. Mc- 
Dowell. J Exp Ed 32:363-9 Sum '64 

Evaluation of the California achievement 
test, elementary, form W. reading compre- 
hension. W. Campbell and others, bibliog 
J Ed Res 58:75-7 O '64 

Figurative language: an Achilles heel in 
reading comprehension. E. S. Newton, bib- 
liog J Read 8:65-74- O 64 

Helping them hear and see what they read. 
G. Wagner and M. Ho.sier. Grade Teach 82: 
96-100 Mr '65 

Higher illiterates. F. S. Chase. Sch & Com 
51:15-1- I) •64 

Neglected steps in the teaching of reading. 
A. LAzarus. J Develop Read 7:215-16 Spr 
'64 

Pre-testing and the efflclency of paragraph 
reading. R. H. Bloomer and A. J. Heitzman. 
J Read 8219-23 Mr 65 

Rending: improved coniprehension; remedial 
measures are offered for poor readers In 
high school. J. B. Tremonti. Clearing House 
39 32.t-3.S F '65 

Readlnif improvement In siibiects other than 
English. R. W. Joly. H Points 47:22-30 Ja 
'65 

Reading In depth at middle grades. N. B. 
Smith. Instr 74:734- Mr '65 

Reading, writing, and grammar. R. C. 
O'Donnell. bIblTog Ed 84:533-7 My 64 

U.sing paragraph clues as aids to understand- 
ing. J. M. McCalli.sfer J Read 8:11-16 O '64 

Verti^a! method.s of increasing rates of coni- 
ptehen.sion. F. Srhale. J Read 8:296-300 
Ap -65 
See alno 

Word perception 

Research 

Effect of oral and written patterns of lan- 
guage .St ru't iir.' on reading comprehension; 
with ... I.v T. Clymer R. B. Rud- 

dell. 1 . il Teach 18:270-5 Ja '65 

Effect f.' .irlty of oral and written 

ii'- .I'lk-'iage fitniettiro on reading 

r. ■<n. H B Ruddell. bibliog El 

i: !0 Aj> 65 

Meui lepth as a predictor of eompre- 

hfii.-ion diniculty. J. R. Bormulh. Calif J 
F:d H.-s 15:226-31 N '64 

Pro^' ' ■■•■ ''"h considerations In 

r- i; with comments by 

T iverfoot. bibliog Read 

T. ..'-. •,.■. 

So' '!!<• grnnmi.af leal deletions and 

ti on rendInK comprehension. \'. 

I., . ;:ik'i J .^4 2:i.-.-9 ap '65 
COMPREHENSION in reading tests. See Com- 

preh<'ii.slon te.'sts 
COMPREHENSION tests 

Abllltv of students to Identlfv correct re- 
sponses before re.iding. R. C. Preston. J Ed 
Res 5S:lSl-3 H '64 

Effi-et of oral and written iiaiterns of lan- 
guage structure on reHdin»r comprehension; 
with cotuments by T. criynier. R. B. Rud- 
dell. »>ibliog Read T.ach 18:270-5 Ja '65 

Examination of reading tests. A. T. Vogel. 
H Points 46:12-18 Je '64 

Mean word depth as .1 predictor of conipre- 
hens'on dimcnify J. R. Bormufh. Calif J 
Ed R<»s 1.-.-226-31 N '64 

Meastiring the readability of high school 
health texts. A C. McTaggart. bibliog 
J Sch Health 34:434-43 N '64 

Pre-testing and the efllclency of paragraph 
roadine. H H Bloomer and A. J. Ffeltzman. 
J Rend 8219-23 Mr '65 

Relationship of scholastic aptitude factors to 
progress in a college reading course. J. W. 
Schneyer. J Develop Read 7:261-8 Sum '64 

Relative effectiveness of earphones and loud- 
speakers as a means of presenting a listen- 
ing teat fn a foreign language. R. E. Spen- 
cer and E. L. Seguin. Mod I^ng J 48:.l46-9 
O '64 

Ser also 

T'rown-Carlsen listening comprehension test 
COMPREHENSIVE high schools. .See High 
srlioo's 

COMPREHENSIVE student report. See Tran- 
scripts 

COMPRESSED wood. See Wood. Compressed 



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COMPTONS pictured encyclopedia 

Oompton's for 19()5. Instr 74:92 My '65 
1964 revisions: the Worid book encyclopedia, 
Comp ton's pictured encyclopedia. E. B. 
Mack. Instr 73:82 Je '64 
COMPULSORY education 
See also 
School age 

Laws and legislation 

Comparative study of educational develop- 
ments in 1962-1963; free compulsory educa- 
tion. Int Yrbk Ed 25:sup 38-40 '63 

Should compulsory attendance laws be 
changed? F. D. Bright and T. C. Engum, 
Minn J Ed 45:31 O '64 

Germany 
Perennial model revisited. R. E. Belding. bib- 
liog J Sec Ed 40:120-5 Mr '65 

Great Britain 
Origins of full-time compulsory education at 
five. R. Szreter. Brit J Ed Studies 13:16-28 
N '64 

Minnesota 
Should compulsory attendance laws be 
changed? F. D. Bright and T. C. Engum. 
Minn J Ed 45:31 O '64 

Russia 

Less means perfection; Soviet schooling. 
Times Ed Sup 2572:304 S 4 '64 
COMPUTER processing. See Electronic data 

processing 
COMPUTER programming 

Computer program for the calculation of acid- 
base titration curves. A. R. Emery, diag J 
Chem Ed 42:131-6 Mr '65 

Computer systems for multivariate statistical 
analysis. W. W. Cooley and K. J. Jones, 
bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:645-53 Fall '64 

Electronic computer programs and accounting 
machine procedures; ed. by W. B. Michael. 
See issues of Educational and psychological 
measurement 

FORTRAN program for test analysis. E. 
Levonian. Ed & Psychol M 24:655-7 Fall '64 

Fast principal components factor analysis 
program for the IBM 1620. D. W. Moore 
and J. Ross. Ed & Psychol M 24:675-6 Fall 
'64 

General digital computer program for chem- 
ical equilibrium calculations. A. J. Bard 
and T>. M. King, diag J Chem Ed 42:127-31 
Mr '65 

IBM 709 program for factor analyzing three- 
mode matrices. J. A. Walsh. Ed & Psy- 
chol M 24:669-73 Fall '64 

Introduction to computer use; programs for 
first order rate constants. J. Casanova, jr, 
and E. R. Weaver. J Chem Ed 42:137-9 Mr 
'65 

Pretending to have (or to be) a computer 
as a strategy in teaching. P. C. Berry, 
diags Harvard Ed R 34:383-401 Sum '64; 
Reply. R. P. Abelson. 34:587-9 Fall '64 

Standard corpus of edited present-day Amer- 
ican English. W. N. Francis. Col Engl 26: 
267-73 Ja '65 

Trends in the measurement of personality: 
simulation of personality. B. L. Gaier and 
W. F. White. R Ed Res 35:65 F '65 

Teacher education 
Realistic approach to computers in high 
school. N. E. Thompson. Sch Sci & Math 
64:741-2 D '64 

Teaching 

Tomorrow's programmers. J. E. Day. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 48:54-6 S '64 
COMPUTER service centers. See Data proc- 
essing service centers 
COMPUTER workshops. See Teachers work- 
shops 
COMPUTERS 

Automation: the new industrial revolution. 
G. E. Arnstein. il J Ind Arts Ed 23:33-6 
Ja '64 

Challenge and fascination of automation. K. 
Krasteff. Sch & Com 51:16-174- O '64 

Data processing: friend or foe? A. Gross- 
man and R. L. Howe. J Sec Ed 39:104-8 
Mr '64 

Electronic computer programs and account- 
ing machine i^rocedures; ed. by W. B. 
Michael. See issues of Educational and 
psychological measurement 

Fast principal components factor analysis 
program for the IBM 1620. D. W. Moore 
and J. Ross. Ed & Psychol M 24:675-6 Fall 
•64 



Implications of the rapidly changing computer 
technology for collegiate business education. 
A. D. Jones. J Bsns Ed 4U:203-5 F '65 

Power of automation; extent of computer 
growth in business and industry. F. Brown. 
Bsns Ed Forum 19:14 F '65 

Revolution coining in the office. B. L. J. 
Hart. Times Ed Sup 2596:501 F 19 '65 

Technological context of vocational educa- 
tion. G. E. Arnstein. Nat Soc Study Ed 
Yrbk 64 pt 1:39-63 '65 

To be or not to be automated. F. Brown. Bsns 
Ed Forum 19:10-114- F '65 
See also 

Accounting — Computer aids 

Computer prograinming 

Numerical control 

Construction 
Computer demonstrator. H. L. Moore, il 
diags Sch Shop 24:19-21 My '65 

Educational use 

Analog computers teach economic relation- 
ships. J. J. Pastoriza. il diags J Bsns Ed 
40:72-3. 120-1 N-D '64 

Automatic data processing in education. J. 
Whitlock. H Sch J 48:268-75 Ja '65 

Automating your purchasing procedure. D. H. 
Stollar. Am Sch Bd J 150:19 Mr '65 

Automation and adult education. B. H. Stern. 
Ed Forum 29:307-11 Mr '65 

Computer and information retrieval: school 
law a case study. J. W. Asher and M. Kur- 
feerst. bibliog Harvard Ed R 35:178-90 
Spr '65 

Computer-controlled economics games for the 
elementary school. R. L. Wing. Av Instr 
9:681-2 D '64 

Computer grading of small numbers of labora- 
tory unknowns. S. R. Smith and others. 
J Chem Ed 42:224-5 Ap "65 

Computer- measurement system for guidance. 
W. W. Cooley. diags Harvard Ed R 34: 
559-72 Fall '64; Discussion. 35:77-80, 211 
Wint-Spr '65 

Computer systems for multivariate statistical 
analysis. W. W. Cooley and K. J. Jones, 
bibliog Ed & Psychol M 24:645-53 Fall '64 

Computers at the junior college. W. Price, 
il Calif Ed 2:21-2 Ap '65 

Computers in special education; an introduc- 
tion. M. Tondow. Excep Child 31:113-16 N 
'64 

Decision for the principal: hand-made or 
machine-made schedules. R. N. Bush. Ed 
Digest 30:18-20 O '64 

Educational data processing and public edu- 
cation. D. D. Bushnell. Assn Sch Bsns 
Officials U S and Canada Proc 49:266-78 
•63 

Flexible class scheduling by computer. D. 
Allen and R. Oakford. Sch & Soc 92:2204- 
Sura '64 

Flow chart sequence for computer scheduling 
of high school classes, from registration 
to grade reporting. J. B. Kenney. diags 
J Exp Ed 33:283-8 Spr ^65 

Flying a college on the computer; St Louis 
junior college district experiments in using 
a computer to plan facilities for a new 
campus. J. P. Cosand and J. B. Tirrell. 
il Jun Col J 35:5-8 S ^64 

How computers assign students. G. E. Ander- 
son, jr. Nations Sch 75:70 F '65 

How computers can give a superintendent the 
business. F. J. Moffltt. Nations Sch 74:14 
D 'G4 

How EDP schedules classes. G. B. Anderson. 
Nations Sch 75:80-|- Ap '65 

Information science: the computer as an in- 
structural tool, il Av Instr 9:406-8 S ^64 

Is a B in physics equal to an A in shop? 
E.D.P. helps you tell. G. E. Anderson, jr. 
Nations Sch 74:38 D ^64 

Manipulating time and space for more ef- 
fective class scheduling. D. W. Allen. 11 
CTA J 60:17-18 My ^64 

Modified exponential number notation. N. A. 
Frigerio. J Chem Ed 42:213 Ap ^65 

Nicely calculated. T. L. Thomas and A. 
Thomas, il Times Ed Sup 2552:966 Ap 17 
•64 

Problems and prospects of teaching with a 
computer. P. G. Braunfeld. diags J Ed 
Psychol 55:201-11 Ag '64 

Realistic approach to computers In high 
.school. N. E. Thompson. Sch Sci & Math 
64:741-2 D '64 

School scheduling by computer; Generalized 
academic simulation programs. J. Murphy. 
Ed Digest 30:5-8 Ap '65 

Simulated environments for individualized in- 
struction. G. E. Ingham. 11 Av Instr 9:410- 
11 S '64 



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151 



COMPUTERS — Educational use — Continued 
Use of IBM 1401 and 7090 computers in a 
university testing service. J. Weisbrodt 
and others. Ed & Psycijol M 24:659-02 Fall 
■64 
Using computers. E. McDonald. Times Ed 
Sup 2554:1168 My 1 '64 
iSec also 
Data processing In education 

History 

Mystery of Grant's missing difference en- 
gine. E. J. Haga. J Bsns Ed 39:337 My 
'64 

Notes on the history of computers. E. J. 
Haga. il J Bsns Ed 40:161-2 Ja '65 

Bibliography 
Historical bibliotcraphy of works pertaining 

to calculating engines (cont) J Bsns Ed 40: 

162-3 Ja "65 

Use 
Computer and character analysis; Huck Finn. 

A. B. Ellis. Engl J 53:522-7 O '64; Reply. 

G. A. Love. 54:62 Ja '65 
Computer research In the humanities. F. J. 

1'eKU.j.s. J HiKher Ed 3C:105-!> F '65 
Humanist and the computer. E. Q. Fogel. 

J Higher Ed 36:61-8 F '65 
Instant coiiunuiiication. L. Bagrit. Times Ed 

Sup 2583:925 N 20 '64 
Introduction to computer use; program for 

llr.st order rate constants. J. Casanova, jr. 

and E. K. Weaver. J Chem Ed 42:137-9 Sir 

'65 
Litterae ex machina; man and machine In 

literary criticisia. A. Markman. J Higher Ed 

36:6'J-'/9 F '65 
Music from mathematics. B. Deutschman. 

Mus J 22:544- O '64 
I'owur of automation; today's u.ies of com- 
puter systems. E. Uthe. Bsns Ed Forum 19: 

15 F -of, 
Use of computers In placement studied at 

University of Houston seminar. J. Steven.s. 

J Col Placement 25:62->- O '64 
CONANT, James Bryant 
A81J1»A pui»lic relations and Dr James Conont. 

S. Okiin. il Soh Musician 36:60-1 F '65 
Comments on teacher efluratlon; review of 

'I'lio education of American teachers. P. W. 

Hut.<!on. Ed 8.''>:413-20 Mr '65 
Conant emphasis; exceri)ts from The educa- 
tion of American teachers. Phi Delta 

Kappan 45:442-3 Je '64 
Conant on education as a disripllno. R. K. 

Snckln^ior. Hl.st Kd Q 4:10.(-7 S "64 
Conant on teacher education; a critical 

analysis. E. R. Fagan. Clearing House 39: 

461-(5 Ap '65 
Conant on tc.icher education: .'»ome Implica- 
tions for the lllicral arts college. I' . \V. 

N.-.ss. IJI.pnil Ed 50:4i»2-M O '64 
Conant's Shaping educational policy. C. 

Cogen. Am 'J'each Mag 49:2 Ap '65 
Dr ("onant again: revlow of Shaping educa- 

tloiml policy. W. H. Conley. Cath Sch J 65: 

4 Ja T,:, 
Dr Conant and his rrltlcs. L. J. Stiles. 

To.ach Col Rec 65:712-18 My '64 
Education of Amerlran teachers; review. 

W. E. Ilagcr. J Nurs Ed 19:231-5 S '64 
Education's Flexner report? review of The 

education of American teachers. D. W. 

Robinson, por Phi Delta Kappan 45:426- 

82 Je '64 
Educators look at the Conant report. Am 

As.sn Col Teach Ed Yrbk 17:26-4§ '64 
Famous twenty-seven; excerpts from The 

education of American teachers. Phi Delta 

Kappan 45:440-2 Je "64 
Has Conant created an establishment of one? 

review of Shaping educational policy. J. 

M. Si)lnnlng. Nations Sch 75:284- Ja "65 
Implications for New York citv of Dr 

Conant's .study of tenchpr education. H. N. 

RIvlln. 71 Points 4n:5-19 D '64 
Inept lesson In educational policy making; 

review of Shaping educational policy R. 

Wynn. Phi Delta Kappan 46:251-6 F *65 
Is The education of American teachers in- 
fluencing the edui^atlon of teachers? Phi 

Delta Kappan 45:433-9 Je '64 
Political theory and education's role In the 

Vnltod States. R. D. Heslep. Ed Theory 14: 

174-81 J I '64 

Propo.nal for a nationwide educational policy; 
excerpts from Shaping educational policy. 
Ed Dlgpst 30:1-4 K 65 

Quotable quotes on teacher education; com- 
ments on The education of American 
teachers. Phi Delta Kappan 45:446-7 Je 
64 



What's happening In education? Dr Conant's 
latest book Shaping educational policy. W. 
D. Boutwell. PTA Mag 59:25-6 Ja '65 
CONCENTRATION. See AttenUon 

CONCEPT formation. See Learning, Psychology 

or — Conceptual learning 
CONCEPTS and conception (psychology) 

Concepts of disabilities. D. G. Barker. Per- 
sonnel & Guid J 43:371-4 D '64 

Effects of attitudes and concepts on cate- 
gorization. S. I. Perloe. bibliog J Personal 
32:249-69 Je '64 

Fractured facts: how high school students 
interpret indeflnite quantitative concepts in 
United States historj'. C. C. Gill. Clearing 
House 39:35-9 S '64 

Words, meanings and concepts. J. B. Car- 
roll. Harvard Ed R 34:178-202 Spr '64: 
Reply. R. D. Heslep. 34:456-7 Sum '64 
/See also 

Body Image concept 

Childrens conceptions 

Generalization (psychology) 

Historical concepts 

Number concept 

Science concepts 

Research 
Concept dominance, type of feedback, and 
intensity of feedback as related to con- 
cept attainment. J. Wallace. J Ed Psy- 
chol 55:159-66 Je '64 
Words, meanings and concepts; concept 
formation research. J. B. Carroll. Harvard 
Ed R 34:189 Spr '64 
CONCEPTUAL learning. See Learning, Psy- 
chology of — Conceptual learning 
CONCEPTUAL models. See Models. Theory 
of 

CONCEPTUALLY oriented predisposition. See 

.-^ft I psychology! 
CONCERT artists. See Musicians 
CONCERT audiences. See Audiences 
CONCERTS 
California's outdoor music. R. Bluel. il Mus J 

22:3f;-7 S 'CI 
Criteria of chofit ...nn.^rt program building 
as related !■ v.mI.m of the elements 

of musical M. Gerow. J Res 

Mus Ed 12:1' .1 '64 

Cultural exchange: an American In Poland. 

P. Freeman. Mus J 22:55-6 N '64 
Junior Bach festival. W. D. Allen, il Mus J 

22:40-14- S "64 
Op<MTi/ooncort talk (title varies) H. Ward. 

!>i>e l.<{.<jvi«».t of Music Journal 
Proirramniing for the concert band. L. B. 
Smith. Mu.-f J 23:434- Ja "66 
CONCERTS for children. See Music for chll- 
drfn 

CONCORD. California 

Mount Diablo unified school district 
Developing .stalT Interaction In team teach- 
ing. R. W. IUa.>^oner and H. R. Wall. Nat 
Kl Prln ll:S4-6 Ja '05 
CONCORD, New Hampshire 
High school 
Paperback books, a swing around the coun- 
try; Concord, N.H. S. Dunn. Sch Mgt 
8:68-9 Je '64 

Public schools 
Who should hire elementary teachers? J. D. 
lAPchl.k. II Sch Mgt 9:81-2 F '65 
CONCRETE blocks 
Coticrete block provides economy and deco- 
rative effect. II Am Sch Bd J 150:29 Ja '65 
CONCRETE construction 

Life-shape construction. H. Gores; J. King. 
11 Sch Mgt 8:134-5 Jl '64 
CONCRETE floors. See Floors 
CONCRETISM 
Study of illustrative material. D. Rlchard- 
.■^on. Speech Mon 31:179-80 Je '64 
CONDENSED books. See Books. Condensed 
CONDENSERS. See Chemical apparatus 
CONDITIONED responses 

Comparisons of Incipient music responses 
among very young twins and singletons. 
G. M. Simons. J Res Mus Ed 12:212-26 Fall 
'64 
Infant stabtllmeter. D. H. Crowell and oth- 
ers. 11 diags Child Develop 35:525-32 Je "64 
Prompting and confirmation in sight vo- 
cabulary learning by retardates. J. R. 
Hawker and others, bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 68:751-6 My '64 



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EDUCATION INDEX 



CONDITIONED responses — Continued 
Avoidance responses 

Effect of anxiety (drive) on the acquisition 
and avoidance of a dominant intrataslc re- 
sponse M. Katahn. bibliog J Personal 32: 
642-50 D '64 

Differentiation 

Effects of logical versus random sequencing 
of items in an autoinstructional program 
under two conditions of ^covert response. 
N R Hamilton, bibliog J Ed Psychol 55: 
258-66 O '64 ^ a 

Investigation of overt versus covert respond- 
ing in programmed mstruction. J. K. iuei. 
and N. S. Metfessel. Calif J Ed Res 16:29- 
33 Ja '65 

Discrimination responses 

Effect of discrimination conflict upon drive 
level as manifested in children s . perform- 
ance. M. J. Steigman. bibhog diag Child 
Develop 35:1385-90 D '64 

Extinction 
Effects of punishment on a cooperative be- 
havior in children. H. P., Weingpld and 
R L,. Webster. Child Develop 35:1211-16 D 

GSR conditioning in normals and retardates. 

A A. Baumeister and others, bibliog Am J 

Men Deficiency 69:114-20 Jl '64 
Incentive magnitude, task orientation, and 

persistence. C. J. Nakamura and B Z. 

Lowenkron. Child Develop 35:611-21 S 64 
Methodological study of the effects of relative 

reward magnitude on performance. C. Y. 

Nakamura and F. F. Ellis, bibliog diag 

Child Develop 35:595-610 S '64 
Selective learning in severely retarded chil- 
dren as a function of ditferentiaJ reaction 

to nonreward. I. J. Semler. Child Develop 

36:143-52 Mr '65 

Reinforcement 

Changes in children's verbal behavior as a 
function of social approval, experiinenter 
differences, and child personality. V. N. 
Rowley and F. B. Stone. Child Develop 35. 
669-76 S '64 . ^. u • 

Choice-sequence patterns in binary-choice 
learning by retardates. H. Gerjuoy and 1. R. 
Gerjuoy. bibliog Am J Men Deficiency 69: 
425-31 N '64 . . , v,-*^ 

Concept transfer as a function of shifts, age, 
and deafness. J. Youniss. Child Develop 35: 
695-700 S '64 , ^ ^ ^ 

Effect of effort on value: an exploratory study 
of children. M. Lewis, bibliog Child Develop 
35:1337-42 D '64 . , ^ 

Effect of reinforcing honesty responses to 
the lie scale of the CMAS. R E. Schutz 
and R. G. Whittemore. bibliog Child Develop 
35:1003-7 S '64 

Effects of punishment on a cooperative be- 
havior in children. H. P. Weingold and 
R L. Webster. Child Develop 35:1211-16 D 
'64 

Incentive magnitude, task orientation, and 
persistence. C. Y. Nakamura and B. Z. 
Lowenkron. Child Develop 35:611-21 S '64, 

Learning as a consequence of the learner s 
task involvement under different condi- 
tions of feedback. R. M. W. Travers and 
others. J Ed Psychol 55:167-73 Je '64 

Methodological study of the effects of relative 
reward magnitude on performance. C. Y. 
Nakamura and F. F. Ellis, bibliog diag 
Child Develop 35:595-610 S '64 

Modification of nonverbal behavior through 
reinforcement of related verbal behavior. 
J. A. Sherman. Child Develop 35:717-23 S '64 

Operant discrimination learning in human 
infants. M. W. Simmons, bibliog Child 
Develop 35:737-48 S '64 

Peers as social reinforcers. G. R. Patterson 
and D. Anderson, bibliog Child Develop 35: 
951-60 S '64 

Perceptual versus verbal mediation in the 
concept learning of children. O. L. McCon- 
uell. bibliog Child Develop 35:1373-83 D '64 

Programmed instruction and the teaching of 
complex intellectual skills; problems and 
prospects. L. B. Resnick: di.scussion. Har- 
vard Ed R 34:80-8, 325-31 Wint-Spr '64 

Research on reinforcement and its impli- 
cations for education. R. M. W. Travers 
and other.s. J Teach Ed 15:223-9 Je '64 

Response shifts in discrimination learning of 
children at three grade levels. F. Greene 
and C. Terrell. Child Develop 35:661-8 S '64 

Response speed related to reinforcement 
schedule: report of errata and additional 
analyses. G. N. Cantor and T. J. Ryan. 
Child Develop 35:999-1002 S '64 



Retardate discrimination learning following 
differential conditioning of the choice-point 
stimuli. P. D. Eimas and B. E. Shepp. bib- 
liog Child Develop 35:685-93 S '64 

Selective learning in severely retarded chil- 
dren as a function of differential reaction 
to nonreward. I. J. Semler. Child Develop 
36:143-52 Mr '65 

Some treatment and population variables in 
programed instruction. A. I. Fiks. bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 55:152-8 Je '64 

Strategies of normal and mentally retarded 
children under conditions of uncertain out- 
come. R. J. Schusterman. bibliog Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:66-75 Jl '64 

Studies in concept attainment: the role of 
partial reinforcement as a function of age 
and intelligence. S. F. Osier and S. L. 
Shapiro, bibliog il Child Develop 35:623-33 
S '64 

Studies of verbal conditioning: effects of age, 
sex, intelligence, and reinforcing stimuli. 
W. J. Meyer and others, bibliog Child De- 
velop 35:499-510 Je '64 

Teaching the profoundly retarded self-help 
activities by behavior shaping techniqiies. 
G. J. Bensberg and others. Am J Men 
Deficiency 69:674-9 Mr '65 

Verbal conditioning and counseling research. 
S. R. Strong; discussion. Personnel & 
Guid J 43:73 S '64 

"Verbal sequencing without mediation. R. 
Lawson. J Comm 14:98-104 Je '64 

Verbal responses 

Changes in children's verbal behavior as a 
function of social approval, experimenter 
differences, and child personality. V. N. 
Rowley and F. B. Stone. Child Develop 35: 
669-76 S '64 

Discrimination learning as a function of the 
similarity of the stimulus names. I. R. 
Gerjuoy. bibliog Child Develop 35:677-84 
S '64 

Instigation and maintenance of curiosity be- 
havior as a function of surprise versus 
novel and familiar stimuli. AV. R. Charles- 
worth, bibliog diag Child Develop 35:1169-86 
D '64 

Learning and reinforcement in student pairs. 
K. E. Myers and others, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 56:67-72 Ap '65 

Modification of nonverbal behavior through 
reinforcement of related verbal behavior. 
J. A. Sherman. Child Develop 35:717-23 S '64 

Oddity performance in retardates: size dis- 
crimination functions from oddity and ver- 
bal methods. B. J. House. Child Develop 35: 
645-51 S '64 

Perceptual versus verbal mediation In the 
concept learning of children. O. L. McCon- 
nell. bibliog Child Develop 35:1373-83 D '64 

Position reversal vs. dimension reversal in 
normal and retarded children. N. A. Mil- 
gram and H. G. Furth. bibliog Child Develop 
35:701-8 S '64 

Verbal conditioning and counseling research. 
S. R. Strong; discussion. Personnel & 
Guld J 43:73 S '64 

Research 
Studies of verbal conditioning. W. J. Meyer 
and others, bibliog Child Develop 35:499- 
510 Je '64 
CONDUCT. See Behavior 

CONDUCT of life 
Pledge to my fellow Americans. J. F. Dean. 
Calif Ed 2:18 F '65 
See also 
Conscience 
Forgiveness 
Self control 
CONDUCTING 
On the musicianship of conductors; reflec- 
tions in the Academy of music. R. Hender- 
son. 11 Mus Educators J 50:57-9 Je '64 
See also 
Conductors (music) 
CONDUCTIVITY of electrolytes. See Electro- 
lytes — Conductivity 
CONDUCTORS (music) 

Marching bands and pompous conventions. 

J. Winking, il Mus J 23:89-90 F '65 
On the training of school band directors. J. 
H. Stehn. Mus Educators J 51:77-81 S '64 
What is a bandmaster? D. J. Henkin. 11 

Mus J 22:58 My '04 
What's missing? K. M. Holvik. Sch Musi- 
cian 36:60-1 O "64; Reply. D. Whitwell. 36: 
68-9 Ja '65 
Why should we as bandmasters contribute 
toward the Sousa memorial band shell? 
H. L. Lidstrom. Sch Musician 36:58 F '65 



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CONDUCTORS (music) — Continued 

Would you like to be a band conductor? 
D. Whitwell. Sch Musician 35:76 My '64 
See also 
Gilmore. P. S. 
Waring. F. M. 

CONFEDERACi6N interamericana de educa- 
ci6n cat6lica. See Inter-American Catholic 
pchirat iorial conKress 

CONFEDERATION for the advancement of 
state education. See Associations, Educa- 
tional — Great Britain 

CONFERENCE for national cooperation In 
aquatics. See Council for nationai coopera- 
tion in aquatics 

CONFERENCE method. See Conference plan 

CONFERENCE on dance as a discipline 

Conft-reiKf; on dance as a discipline. M. Gray. 
J Hf-alth Phys Ed Rec 36:85 Mr '65 

CONFERENCE on educational media in music 
education. .See National conference on the 
u.se.s of new educational media in the teach- 
\nK of mii.«ic 

CONFERENCE on external testing programs, 
Kansas. .See Conferences and conventions, 
Eflii'-ational — Kaiisa.>< 

CONFERENCE on reading, University of Chi- 
cago 
Meetinp individual differences In readins: 
proceedintrs of the annual Conference on 
readins: held at the University of ChlcaKO. 
19G4: comp. and ed. by H. A. Robinson. 
(■V2C; Supplementary od. monographs no94) 
24fin biblloK $4.50 '64 Univ. of Chlcajro presa 

CONFERENCE on reading. University of 
Pittsburgh 
Report of the nineteenth annual Conference 
and course on readinj?; New dimensions In 
readlnK. July 8-19. 1963; comp. and ed. by 
D, L. Cleland. 176p bIblloK pa Univ. of 
PlttshurKh 

CONFERENCE plan 
Evaluation of wrItinK: a three-part proKrom. 
Sister Miriam IJernadellc. EnKi J 64:23-7 
Ja '65 
Individualization of Instruction In freshman 
EnKll.Mh. P. Shaw. J Develop Read 7:150-8 
Sr>r '04 
I.,ove and affection In freshman English. 
S. J Ro(?al. Improving Col Unlv Teach 
12:2.'.l-.'i Autumn C4 

CONFERENCES, Parent-teacher. Seo Parent- 
le.-irbcr r<)tif<T<'