Military psychologists in World War II

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Abstract

“The results are given from a survey by mailed questionnaire to every American psychologist and psychologist-in-training who was in uniform in any branch of the military service in World War II. The purpose was to obtain detailed information about the history of utilization of psychologists in the military service and about the educational plans of those who intended to return to college or graduate school for further training. Of 1,710 individuals circularized, 968 completed questionnaires were analyzed.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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