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Feb 12, 2018 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Kay Deaux, 2007, "Blue Collar Workers in the Steel Mill, 1979", hdl:1902.1/00770, Harvard Dataverse, V2
The purpose of this 1979 study was to investigate the experiences of women working in traditionally male blue collar jobs. Through interviews with female and male workers and supervisors, as well as examination of company employment records, the researchers attempted to assess th...
Feb 6, 2018 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Erin Phelps; Tanya Zucconi, 2008, "Longitudinal Study of the Harvard/Radcliffe Class of 1996, 1992-1996", hdl:1902.1/01129, Harvard Dataverse, V3, UNF:3:Wd6Rz1EXQvFDegNk6eQkcQ==
This longitudinal, qualitative study examined the expectations for and experiences in college, factors that helped or hindered academic and social success, and long-term goals of members of the Harvard/Radcliffe Class of 1996. There was also a focus on the differences reported by...
Feb 1, 2018 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Jacquelynne S. Eccles, 2007, "Childhood and Beyond, 1986-1995", hdl:1902.1/01930, Harvard Dataverse, V4
This study is not yet available for use The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the development and socialization of children's self-perceptions, task values, and activity choices. Childhood and Beyond is a large-scale, cross-sequential, longitudinal study of dev...
Jan 12, 2018 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Patricia Reid-Merritt, 2007, "Black Female Leadership Project, 1986-1987", hdl:1902.1/01153, Harvard Dataverse, V2
The purpose of this study was "to understand the nature of black female leadership" in terms of where these "influential women come from", how these women use their power, and of the "impact of the power and leadership experience on black women".
Jan 9, 2018 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Jacquelynne S. Eccles, 2010, "MADICS Study of Adolescent Development in Multiple Contexts, 1991-2012", hdl:1902.1/01066, Harvard Dataverse, V3, UNF:6:pkspWFvLMlGbx+ZhwvFfdw==
The main purposes of this longitudinal study were to describe and understand the influences of social context on the psychological determinants of behavioral choices and developmental trajectories during adolescence. Data were collected from multiple informants, on an economicall...
Dec 21, 2017 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Mary S. Ainsworth, 2007, "Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Attachment, 1963-1967", hdl:1902.1/VMQYSNLHTN, Harvard Dataverse, V5
Begun in 1964, the study provided a naturalistic longitudinal field examination of the development of infant-mother attachment throughout the infant’s first year of life. The study also included a controlled laboratory session known as the "Strange Situation" for further explorat...
Dec 11, 2017 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Henry A. Murray, 2010, "Multiform Assessments of Personality Development Among Gifted College Men, 1941-1965", hdl:1902.1/00519, Harvard Dataverse, V7
Data for this study were collected using a multiform assessment method at the Harvard Psychological Clinic by a team of research investigators led by Murray. The purpose of this research was to further understand personality by combining the use of standardized tests and projecti...
Oct 20, 2017 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Henry A. Murray, 2007, "Repressed Aggression Tests, 1930", hdl:1902.1/01000, Harvard Dataverse, V3
These data are part of Explorations in Personality, a two and a half year study that was conducted in the 1930s by Murray and a research team at the Harvard Psychological Clinic. The general purpose of the study was to construct a theory of personality that integrated existing th...
Oct 18, 2017 - Murray Research Archive Dataverse
Susan McGee Bailey; Barbara Burrell; and Norma Ware, 2007, "Factors Influencing Concentration Choice Among Undergraduates, 1979-1983", hdl:1902.1/00530, Harvard Dataverse, V2, UNF:3:Hm4638fUl4u75dJrQqywrQ==
This four-year longitudinal study was undertaken to explore the reasons why some women undergraduates who enter college intending to major in science abandon their plans before a major is actually declared. The factors that seem to facilitate the choice of a science major for wom...
Sep 21, 2017 - UCLA Social Science Data Archive Dataverse
Holman, Eric W., 2017, "Folk and Scientific Classifications of Animals and Plants (M790V1)", hdl:1902.1/M790V1, Harvard Dataverse, V2
This study contains folk classification of animals and plants. Each data set has two parts. The first part is a scientific classification of families into orders, classes and divisions. The second part is a set of 21 folk classifications matched to scientific classifications up t...
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