Howard Yale McClusky


Following is a bibliography of Howard's more than 150 articles, monographs and book chapters. It contains materials authored, co-authored, or edited by Howard Y. McClusky and was developed through many hours of library searching, computer searches, inter-library loan help, interviews with Howard or his colleagues, and personal searching. However, it no doubt still contains some citational errors and some important citations may well be missing. A code is included after each citation to aid the reader in interpretation. There are four categories shown, each separated by a slash. If a publication was deemed to fit more than one code within a category, each code is separated by a hyphen. The keys are as follows:

1st Category -- Author Status


OA = Only author

LA = Lead author

SA = Second author

CA = Contributing or consulting author

2nd Category -- Article Type


TP = Theoretical or thought piece

RL = Review of literature

ED = Editorial, tribute, or served as editor or compiler

EX = Experimental

EM = Empirical research other than experimental

CS = Case study or content analysis study

[Note that for the following, up to three focal points may be given depending on the nature or breadth of the article. A secondary and tertiary descriptor, when shown, will follow the preceding descriptor with a dash. All content focus descriptors will precede the third slash.]

3rd Category -- Content Focus


ACE = Adult community education

AL = Adult learning/adult psychology

CC = Community councils

CE = Community education

CD = Community development

CRE = Career education/vocational education

CSH = Community self-help

EG = Educational gerontology

FP = Future projecting

GAE = General adult education

GE = General education

MH = Mental health

PSC = Public schools

PSY = Psychology/educational psychology

TM = Theory of margin

TT = Teacher training

VE = Visual education/media

YO = Youth

4th Category -- Publication Type


B = Book, book chapter, or monograph

J = Journal article

N = Newsletter, bulletin, conference proceedings, or government report

1. Adult and community education: Its promise and relevance. Community Education, 1971, 1, 6-7 & 19. O/T/ACE-C/J

2. The adult as learner. In S.E. Seashore & R.J. McNeill (Eds.), Management of the urban crises. New York: The Free Press, (Division of Macmillan Company), 1971. OA/TP/AL/B

3. The adult as lifelong learner: Some implications for instruction in higher education. Educare Journal, 1978, 5, 8-13. OA/TP/AL-GAE/J

4. Adult, continuing and community education: The shape and promise of the field. UCLA Junior College Leadership Program occasional Report, 1974, 19, 11-24. OA/TP/GAE-ACE/N

5. Adult dimensions of lifelong learning: Reflections on the future of the educational enterprise. Innovator, 1976, 8, (July), 11-12. OA/TP/GAE-FP/N

6. Adult education. Social Work Yearbook, 1954, 12, 30-35. OA/TP/GAE/B

7. Adult education. Social Work Yearbook, 1957, 13, 88-93. OA/TP/GAE/B

8. Adult education about education (with H.M. Hamlin). Review of Educational Research, 1953, 23, 261-267. LA/TP/ACE-CC/J

9. Adult education and community relations. In J.E. Grinnell & R. J. Young (Eds.), The school and community. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1955. OA/TP/ACE-CE-CC/B

10. Adult education and the learning society. In A. McCaffrey (Ed.), Implications of research development and experimentation in American education. New York: American Textbook, 1964. OA/TP/GAE/B

11. Adult education and the public school. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1945, 16, 65-69. OA/TP/GAE-PSC/N

12. Adult education at the University of Michigan. Proceeding of Southern University Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1944, 130-37. OA/TP/GAE-ACE-CSH/N

13. Adult education for citizenship. Review of Educational Research, 1947, 17, 293-98. OA/RL/ACE-CSH/J

14. Adult education: Our secret weapon. Adult Leadership, 1952, 1(October), 26. CA/TP/ACE/J

15. Adventure and the emerging roles of the adult education leader. NUEA Spectator, 1967, 32, 14-17 & 27. OA/TP/GAE-TM-FP/J

16. The AEA/USA: Why and what it must be. Adult Leadership, 1971, 20 (December, 126-128 & 152-154. OA/TP/GAE-FP/J

17. American youth and the present crisis. Proceedings of the Seventh Conference on Education and the Exceptional Child of the Child Research Clinic of the Wood's Schools, 1941, 6-16. OA/TP/YO-CRE-GAE/N

18. An analytical study of the content of educational motion picture films. In P.M. Freeman (Ed.), Visual education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1924. OA/CS/VE/B

19. Analyzing community problems. Michigan Community Newsletter, 1949, 6 (March, 1-2. OA/TP/ACE-CD/N

20. An approach to a differential psychology of the adult potential. In S.M. Grabowski (Ed.), Adult learning and instruction. Syracuse, NY: ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Education, 1970. Also reprinted as Appendix C, pp. 80-95, of M.S. Knowles, The adult learner: A neglected species. Houston: Gulf Publishing Company, 1973. OA/TP/AL-PSY/B

21. The best present ever. Action (U.S. Jaycee Newsletter), 1957, 9, No. 5, 1-3. OA/TP/ACE-CE-CD/N

22. Block organization for health education. American Journal of Public Health, 1944, 34, 648-651. OA/TP/GAE-CE/J

23. Bureau of studies and training in community adult education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1948, 19 (February, 75-78. OA/TP/ACE/N

24. Can adults learn community self-help. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin. 1946, 17 (February), 65-69. OA/TP/ACE-CSH/N

25. Central hypotheses about adult learning. Report of the Commission of the Professors of Adult Education (Lafayette, Indiana Meeting). Washington, DC: Adult Education Association of the USA, 1958. OA/TP/AL-PSY/N

26. The changing concept of the laboratory in teacher preparation. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Session of the National Association of Supervisors of Student Teachers, Atlantic City, NJ, 1941, 58-61. OA/TP/TT-PSC-CE/N

27. The changing needs of young adults. In E.G. Williamson (Ed.), Student personnel work. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1949. OA/TP/YO-MH/B

28. The coming of age of lifelong learning. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 1974, 7, 97-107. OA/TP/GAE/J

29. Comments on four case studies of community organization. Journal of Educational Sociology, 1949, 23 (November, 183-188. OA/TP-ED/CE-CD-CSH/J

30. Communities learn from one another. Michigan Community Newsletter, 1951, 8 (May), 2. OA/TP/CE-CD-ACE/N

31. Community adult education at the University of Michigan (with G. Jensen). University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1957, 29, 1-6. LA/TP/ACE/N

32. The community approach to adult education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1944, 15, 84-87. OA/TP/ACE/N

33. Community development. In M.S. Knowles (Ed.), Handbook of adult education in the United States. Chicago: Adult Education Association of the USA, 1960. OA/TP/CE-CD-ACE/B

34. Community education for community development (with J.L. Compton). In E.G. Boone, R.W. Shearon, E.E. White, & Associates, Serving personal and community needs through adult education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1980. OA/TP/CS-CE-ACE/B

35. The community faces the problem. Adult Education Journal, 1944, 3 (July, 82-83. OA/TP/ACE-GAE-YO/J

36. The community in council. Adult Leadership, 1956, 5 (May), 72-14. OA/TP/CC/J

37. Community influences and adult learning. Adult Education. 1958, 8, 103-105. OA/TP/CE-CD-CC/AL/J

33. Community life as a resource in the education of teachers. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Session of the National Association of Supervisors of Student Teachers, St. Louis, Missouri, 1940, 24-28. OA/TP/TT-CE-PS/N

39. The community of generations: A goal and a context for the education of persons in the later years. In R.H. Sherron & D.B. Lumsden (Eds.), Introduction to educational gerontology. Washington: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 1978. OA/TP/EG/GAE/B

40. Community projects in adult education in Michigan. Community Service News, 1947 (Sept/Oct), 218-12. OA/TP/ACE/N

41. Community Resources. First Michigan Teacher Education Workshop, July 7- August 1, 1941. Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State Board of Education, CA/TP/CE/N

42. The community seminar for adult education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1939, 10, 68-71. OA/TP/ACE-CC/N

43. The community seminar for adult education. The School Review, 1939, 47, 331-334. OA/TP/ACE-CC/J

44. Comparison of motion pictures, slides, stereographs, and demonstration as a means of teaching how to make a reed mat and a pasteboard box (with F.D. McClusky). In F.N. Freeman (Ed.), Visual education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1924. SA/EX/VE/B

45. Comparison of six modes of presentation of the subject matter contained in a film on the iron and steel industry and one on lumbering in the North Woods (with F.D. McClusky). In F.N. Freeman (Ed.), Visual education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1924. SA/EX/VE-TT/B

46. Consultant's report to the School-Community Relations Subcommittee of the Citizens Advisory Committee on school needs. Detroit, Board of Education, 1958. CA/TP/PS-CE-GAE/N

47. Continuing education for alumni. American Alumni Council News, 1954, 22 (December, 6-9. OA/TP/GAE-GE/J

48. The course of the adult life span. In W. Hallenbeck (Ed.), The psychology of adults. Chicago: Adult Education Association of the USA, 1963. OA/TP/PSY-GAE/B

49. The demand for continual learning in modern society. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1963, 34, 113-118. OA/TP/GAE-PS/N

50. Designs for learning. In L.F. Jarvik (Ed.), Aging into the 21st century. New York. Gardner Press, 1978. OA/TP/EG-FUT/B

51. The development of religious and moral values. In A.N. Wilder (Ed.), Liberal learning and religion. New York. Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1951. OA/TP/GE/B

52. Dissemination of child development knowledge through a program of adult education and community action. Child Development, 1948, 19, 40-51. OA/TP/ACE/J

53. Dynamic approach to participation in community development. Journal of the Community Development Society, 1970, 1, 25-32. OA/TP/CD-TM-PSY/J

54. Education. A background paper for the 1971 While House conference on aging. Washington, DC: Superintendents of Documents, US Government Printing, 1971. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 057 335). OA/TP/EG-TM-AL/N

55. Education and aging. In A. Hendrickson (Ed.), A manual in planning educational programs for older adults. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Department of Adult Education, 1973. OA/TP/EG-GAE-GE/B

56. Education and both sides of the track. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1947, 18 (April, 101-105. OA/TP/YO-MH/N

57. Education and social trends (with R. Schorling). Chicago: World Book Co., 1936. SA/TP/GE-YO-PSC/B

58. Education for aging. The scope of the field and perspectives for the future. In S.M. Grabowski & W.D. Mason (Eds.), Learning for aging. Washington, DC: Adult Education Association of the USA, and Syracuse, NY: ERIC Clearinghouse for Adult Education, n.d. (ca. 1974). OA/TP/EG-AL-TM/B

59. Education for citizenship. Review of Educational Research, 1947, 17, 257. OA/ED/GE-YO/N

60. Education for social action. Chicago Teachers Union, 1938, 4. OA/TP/CD-CSH/N

61. Education for the aging. Florida Adult Education, 1971, 21, 6-7. OA/TP/EG/J

62. The education of the gifted child. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1932, 3, 70-72. OA/TP/YO/N

63. The education of young adults. In M.L. Ely (Ed.), Handbook of adult education in the United States. New York. Institute of Adult Education and American Association for Adult Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1948. OA/TP/YO-GAE/B

64. The educative community. The Community School and its Administration, 1967, 5 (May), 1-2. OA/TP/CE/N

65. The educator and his reading. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1935, 6, 141-144. OA/TP/GE-PS/N

66. An experience of hypothyroidism -- a case study. Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology, 1935, 29 (no. 4, 397-403. OA/CS/GE-PSY/J

67. An experiment on the influence of preliminary skimming on reading. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1934, 25, 521-129. OA/EX/GE-PSY/J

68. An experimental analysis of the influence of certain conditions on the reading of college students. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1929. Also abstracted in Chicago University Abstracts of Theses, 1930, 125-132. OA/EX/GE-PSY/B

69. An experimental comparison of reading the original and digest versions of an article. Journal of Educational Psychology, 1940, 31, 603-615. OA/EX/GE-PSY/J

70. An experimental comparison of the new type test and the term paper. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1933, 27 (no. 5, 621-627. OA/EX/GE-PSY/J

71. An experimental comparison of two methods of correcting the outcome of an examination. School and Society, 1934, 40 (no. 5), 566-568. OA/EX/GE-PSY/J

72. An experimental study of language patterns (with C. Coleman). English Journal (regular edition), 1936, 25, 52-53. LA/EX/GE-PSY/J

73. The experimental use of comparative cultures. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1934, 5, 99-101. OA/TP/GE/N

74. The founding assembly. Adult Leadership, 1978, 24 (September), 15-16. OA/TP/GAE/J

75. The future of camping. Camping magazine, 1937, 9, 3-5, 32. OA/TP/FUT-YO-TT/J

76. General education and work experience. Review of Educational Research, 1944, 14 (October), 289-300. OA/RL/YO-CRE/J

77. Give rural youth a chance. The Nation's Agriculture, 1944, 19 (February), 16-17. OA/TP/YO-CRE/J

78. Guidance and counseling. First Michigan teachers education workshop (July 7 - August 1, 1941). Lansing: Michigan State Board of Education and the Michigan Cooperative Teacher Education Study, 1941. CA/TP/PSY/N

79. How community agencies may help with problems of delinquency. The 47th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Pt. 1, 1948. OA/TP/YO-CD/B

80. How to bring about institutional change. In F.J. Brown, F.W. Reeves, & D. Anliot (Eds.), Discrimination in higher education, American Council on Education Studies, Series 1, Reports of Committees and Conferences, 1951, 25 (August), 52-54. OA/TP/GE/B

81. The information self-help approach. In H.B. Long, R.C. Anderson, & J.A. Blubauch (Eds.), Approaches to community development. Iowa City, Iowa: The American College Testing Program and National University Extension Association, 1973. OA/TP/CSH-CD/B

82. It's happening here! Michigan Education Journal, 1939, 16 (April), 364-365. OA/TP/CD-CC-CE/J

83. Key issues in public school adult education today. Focus, Third Yearbook of the National Association for Public School Adult Educators. Washington, DC: National Education Association, 1963, 165-176. OA/TP/GAE-PS/B

84. Let's talk it over. The Lamp. Standard Oil Company, New Jersey, #PR-EO1-50, ca. 1950. OA/TP/CD/N

85. Mary Swanson teacher. Educational Leadership, 1946, 3 (March), 273-276. OA/CS/GE-TT/J

86. Mechanical aids to education and the new teacher -- A prophecy. Education, 1934, 55 (October), 83-38. OA/TP/VE-GAE-TT/J

87. Mental health in schools and colleges. Review of Educational Research, 1949, 19, 405-412. OA/RL/MH-TT/J

88. The mental health of adolescence. Six lectures delivered over radio station WJR, Detroit, November 9, 1934 - March 22, 1935. Published in a booklet by The Extension Division, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1935. OA/TP/MH-YO/N

89. Mental hygiene and health education. Review of educational research, 1940, 10, 403-504. OA/ED/MH/J

90. Mental hygiene and the school. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1932, 4 (no. 1), 8-10. OA/TP/MH/N

91. Mobilizing the community for adult education. Michigan Alumnus, The Quarterly Review, 1939, 45, 206-212. OA/TP/ACE-CD-GAE/J

92. A modified form of the true-false test (with F.D. Curtis). Journal of Educational Research, 1926, 14, 213-224. LA/EX/GE-PSY/ J

93. A modified form of the true-false test (with F.D. Curtis). General Science Quarterly, 1927, 11, 112-117. LA/EX/GE-PSY/J

94. The needs and interests of pupils of secondary school age. In Should youth challenge the secondary school? (Bulletin no. 318). Lansing: Michigan State Department of Public Instruction, 1941. OA/TP/MH-PSC/N

95. The negative suggestion effect of the false statement in the true-false test. Journal of Experimental Education, 1934, 2, 269-273. OA/EX/GE-PSY/J

96. A neglected laboratory for the study of youth. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1929, 1 (no. 3), 33-34. OA/TP/GE-YO/N

97. New directions in school-community relations. An address delivered to the Great Cities Improvement workshop, Detroit, August 29, 1960. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 001 040). OA/TP/CE-PS/N

98. The normal child and adolescent. Review of Educational Research, 1943, 13, 443-447. OA/RL/YO/J

99. The occupational adjustment of youth. National Business Education Quarterly, 1940, 9, 17-20, 51-54. OA/TP/CRE-YO/J

100. The occupational adjustment of youth. Proceedings of the National Education Association of the US, (78th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee), 1940, 78, 419-420. OA/TP/CRE-YO/N

101. On placing facts in their proper setting. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1940, 11, 64-66. OA/TP/GE/N

102. The organization and administration of adult education. Review of Educational Research, 1950, 20, 224-230. OA/RL/GAE/J

103. Organizing a state program for youth. The General Federation Clubwoman, 1945, 25 (April), 12-13. OA/TP/YO/J

104. The outlook of youth in a world at war. In S.M. Gruenberg (Ed.), The family in a world at war. New York. Harper and Brothers, 1942. OA/TP/YO/B

105 The out-of-doors as part of the total educational program. The School Executive, 1945, 64, 63-65. OA/TP/YO-PS/J

106. My philosophy of community. Community Service News, 1947 (Nov/Dec), 141-142. OA/TP/CS-ACE/N

107. A philosophy of work experience. Progressive Education, 1942, 19, 72-75. OA/TP/CRE-YO/J

108. Planning for rural youth. Journal of Educational Sociology, 1942, 15, 554-561. OA/TP/YO/J

109. Portrait. Michigan Education Journal, 1934, 12, 92. OA/TP/GE/J

110. Postwar counseling for 'tween age" youth. Occupations, 1945, 24 (October), 9-12. OA/TP/YO-CRE-TT/J

111. Postwar planning. Phi Delta Kappan, 1943, 25, 152-153. OA/TP/YO/J

112. Psychology and learning. Review of Educational Research, 1965, 35 (June), 191-200. OA/RL/AL/J

113. The psychology of adults (with G.E. Jensen). Review of Educational Research, 1959, 29, 246-255. LA/RL/AL-PSY/J

114. A quantitative analysis of the difficulty of reading materials. Journal of Educational Research, 1934, 28, 276-282. OA/EX/GE-TT/J

115. Reactions of teachers to the teaching situation -- A study of job satisfaction (with F.J. Strayer). School Review, 1940, 48, 612-623. LA/EX/TT-GE/J

116. Reducing the error of the guesstimate. Michigan Educational Association Journal, 1959, 37, 19, & 46. OA/TP/GE-PS/J

117. The relevance of psychology for adult education. In G. Jensen, A. Liveright, & W. Hallenbeck (Eds.), Adult education: Outlines of an emerging field of university study. Chicago: Adult Education Association of the USA, 1964. OA/TP/AL-PSY/B

118. Report of the committee on education. Report of the governor's study commission on the deviated criminal sex offender. Lansing: State of Michigan, 1951. OA/ED/MH-PSY-YO/N

119. Research and progress in education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1930, 2, 2-3. OA/TP/GE-TT/N

120. Residential propinquity and marriage in Branch County, Michigan (with A. Zander). Social Forces, 1940, 19, 79-81. LA/EX/GE/J

121. The responsibility of the public school for adult education. Now in Our Town, Emerging Administrative Practices in Adult Education in public Schools and Colleges, National Education Association and the American Association of School Administrators, 1945. OA/TP/GAE-PSY/N

122. The role of youth in modern society. Proceedings of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1939, 43, 56-62. OA/TP/YO/N

123. The school and the future of the mental hygiene movement. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1936, 8, 18-19. OA/TP/MH-PSC/N

124. The school in the community. North Central Association Quarterly, 1941, 15, 363-367. OA/TP/PSC-CD/J

125. School responsibility for the education of adults. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin. 1951, 22, 99-102. OA/TP/GAE/N

126. The secondary school at war. Michigan Education Journal, 1943 (January), 228-231. OA/TP/GE-PS/J

127. Shall I go to high school? Farm Journal and Farmer's Wife, 1943 (September), 37 & 566. OA/TP/YO/J

128. Some current trends in community organization. Adult Education Bulletin, 1946, 10 (February), 72-75. OA/TP/CD-CE-CC/N

129. Some propositions in support of the community school -- A summary. Journal of Education and Society, 1959, 23, 179-183. OA/TP/CE/J

130. Speculations on the future of education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1954, 25, 50-54. OA/TP/GE-GAE-FP/N

131. The status and the promise of adult education. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1951, 22, 97-98. OA/TP/GAE/N

132. The status of youth in our culture. Education, 1955, 76, 206-209. OA/TP/YO-PS/J

133. A study of community leaders' perceptions. Adult Education, 1965, 15, 246-252. OA/EX/ACE/J

134. A study of the "talk contacts" of adolescent pupils with their teachers (with E.H. Chapette). Junior-Senior High School Clearing House, 1931 (January), 303-310. LA/EX/MH-PS/J

135. Teacher as community engineer. Michigan Education Journal, 1945, 23, 197. OA/TP/CD-CSH-GE/J

136. Teachers should know the life of the community. Michigan Education Journal, 1940, 17, 485. OA/TP/CD-SCH-GE/J

137. The teacher and the small community. Lincoln: The University of Nebraska Press, 1948. OA/TP/CE-PS/B

138. Teamwork in Michigan. Adult Education Bulletin, 1945, 4 (August), 168-171. OA/TP/ACE/J

139. A tribute to Jesse Ogden. Adult Leadership, 1958, 7 (May), 22. OA/ED/ACE/J

140. Twelve years of community councils in Michigan. University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1949, 20, 113-115. OA/TP/CC-CSH/N

141. What do we want for our children. National Parent-Teacher, 1953, 47 (no. 6), 18-20. OA/TP/YO/J

142. What is the mental hygiene movement doing to the schools? The University of Michigan School of Education Bulletin, 1963, 34, 81-86. OA/TP/MH-PSC/N

143. What research says about adult learning potential and about teaching older adults. In M. Smith (Ed.), Adult learning: Issues and innovation, Information Series No. 8. Dekalb, Illinois: ERIC Clearinghouse on Career

Education, 1976. Also appears as a reprint in the Yearbook of Adult and Continuing Education, Third Edition, 1977-1978. Published by Marquis Academic Media, Chicago, Illinois, 1977. OA/TP/AL-EG/B

144. What's ahead in education. Pi Lambda Theta Journal, 1953, 31 (Summer), 199-203. OA/TP/FP-GAE-GE/J

145. When good leaders get together. Adult Leadership, 1952, 1 (June), 21. OA/ED/SCH-CC/J

146. When should we go on our own? Character, 1936, 3 (September), 11-1-127. OA/TP/YO/J

147. Where can we look for leadership. Phi Delta Kappan, 1972, 54 (November), 163-164. OA/TP/CE/J

148. Why scouting must grow today. Proceedings of the thirty-second annual meeting, National Council, Boy Scouts of America, May 15-16, 1942, St. Paul, Minnesota, 58-82. OA/TP/YO/N

149. Education: Background issues (summary of Education -- a background paper). In Workbook on education (Part 1), prepared for the 1971 White House Conference on Aging. Washington, DC: Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing, 1971. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No. ED 057 335). CA/TP/EG/N

150. The work of the American Youth Commission. Proceedings of the National Education Association of the USA, Seventy-eighth Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, 1940, 76, 109-111. OA/TP/YO/N

151. Youth and the national emergency. Adult Education Bulletin, 1941, 5 (January), 49-51. OA/TP/YO-GE/N

152. Youth and the pursuit of happiness. National Parent-Teacher, 1940, 34 (no. 7), 17-19. OA/TP/YO/J

153. Youth: Our greatest resource. National Parent-Teacher, 1940, 35 (no. 3), 4-6. OA/TP/YO/J

154. Handbook series on adult education (with W. Griffith), co-editors. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1980-82. CA/TP/GAE/B


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