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Spiegelman, R. G., Gorfinkel, M., Kurz, M., & Weiner, S. (1968)

A Benefit/Cost Model to Evaluate Educational Programs (T-50).

Menlo Park, CA: Stanford Research Institute.

Lubinski, D., & Humphreys, L. G. (1990)

A Broadly Based Analysis of Mathematical Giftedness.

Intelligence, 14(3), 327-355.

Tiedeman, D.V. (1973, February)

A Careers Data Handbook for the First Five Years After High School.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, San Diego, CA.

Occupation / Career / Work

Rees, M. B. (1971)

A Comparison of Cross-Lagged, Path, and Multivariate Casual Inference Techniques Applied to Interest, Information, and Aspirations among High School Students.

Dissertation, Northwestern University.

Cahen, L. S., Romberg, T., & Zwirner, W. (1970)

A Comparison of School Mean Achievement Scores with Two Estimates of the Same Scores Obtained by the Item-Sampling Technique.

Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Card, J. J. (1981)

A Cross-National Analysis of Economic Voting: Taking Account of the Political Context.

Demography, 18(2), 137 - 156. doi: 10.2307/2061089.

Cureton, E. E. (1968)

A Factor Analysis of Project Talent Tests and Four Other Batteries.

Pittsburgh: American Institutes for Research and School of Education, University of Pittsburgh.

Roznowski, M., Reith, J., & Hong, S. (2000)

A Further Look at Youth Intellectual Giftedness and Its Correlates: Values, Interests, Performance, and Behavior.

Intelligence, 27(2).

Richards, J. M., Jr. (1972)

A Longitudinal Study of Young Farmers in the United States.

Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2, 179-189. doi: 10.1016/0001-8791(72)90049-8.

Flanagan, J. C. (1959)

A National Inventory of Aptitudes and Abilities.

Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh.

Goldberg, I. (1962, April)

A National Survey of Guidance Resources in Public Senior High Schools: Some Preliminary Results from Project TALENT.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, Chicago, IL.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1969, September)

A New Multivariate Index for Use in Educational Planning.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Corbin, N. B. (1977)

A Preliminary Study of Male Versus Female Pay Equity Using Project TALENT Data (HR251).

Sorenson, A. B., & Hallinan, M. T. (1977)

A Reconceptualization of School Effects.

Sociology of Education, 50, 273-289. doi: 10.2307/2112500.

Richards, J. M., Jr. (1974)

A Simulation Study of the Use of Change Measures to Compare Educational Programs.

Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University, Center for the Study of Social Organization of Schools.

Lee, E. C. (1975)

A Study of Careers in Science, Mathematics, and Teaching (T-68, T-52).

Atlanta, GA: Emory University.

Occupation / Career / Work

Skypek, D. H., Lee, E. C., & Cox, M. K. (1976)

A Study of Factors that Influence Women and Blacks in Science Career Choice and Stability.

Atlanta, GA: Emory University, Division of Educational Studies.

Occupation / Career / Work

Orr, D.B. (1963, September)

A Study of Nonrespondents to the First Project TALENT One-Year Follow-Up Mail Questionnaire.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Krug, D. N. (1968)

A Study of Participants of National Science Foundation Secondary Science Training Programs: Task I: Follow-up of 1960 Secondary Science Training Program Participants, Final Report (T-24, T-63).

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Fitzpatrick, R. (1965)

A Study of Project TALENT Data Relevant to Stewardess Selection, Interim Report (GO-2, T-11).

Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes For Research.

Lipe, D. (1966)

A Study of Project TALENT Examinees Who Became Airline Stewardesses, Interim Report (GO-2, T-40).

Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes For Research.

Flanagan, J. C. (1962)

A Survey and Follow-up of Educational Plans and Decisions in Relation to Aptitude Patterns: Studies of the American High School.

Pittsburgh: Project Talent Office, University of Pittsburgh..

Dailey, J.T. (1962, November)

A Survey of the Use of Tests in Public High Schools.

Presented at the 12th Annual Conference of Directors of State Testing Programs, Princeton, NJ.

Hause, J. C. (1970, December)

Ability and Schooling as Determinants of Lifetime Earnings, or, If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich? .

Presented at the Meetings of the American Economic Association, Detroit, MI.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work, School Characteristics

Humphreys, L. G., & Taber, T. (1973)

Ability Factors as a Function of Advantaged and Disadvantaged Groups.

Journal of Education Measurement, 10(2), 107-115.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1968, February)

Ability, Family Socioeconomic Level and Advanced Education.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Family, Family Background, Socioeconomic Status

Baker, T. L., & Velez, W. (1996)

Access to and Opportunity in Post-Secondary Education: A Review.

Sociology of Education, 69(Extra Issue), 82-101.

Post-secondary Education

Thomas, J. A. (1964, June)

Administrative Rationality and the Productivity of School Systems.

Mimeograph. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago, Midwest Administration Center.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1963, February)

Age-Grade Patterns in Relation to Test Scores.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Aging

McHahon, W.W., & Wagner, A.P. (1973)

American College Testing (ACT) Report Number 5: A Study of the College Investment Decision.

Iowa City: The Research and Development Division of ACT.

Sillers, D.J. (1962, April)

American High School Counselors.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association, Chicago, IL.

Education

Veit, H. R. (1966)

An Analysis of the Parental Backgrounds of Selected Twelfth Grade Students Who Have Indicated Teaching as a Career Choice.

Dissertation, George Washington University.

Occupation / Career / Work

Vincent, H. (1969, July)

An Analysis of Vocational Education in our Secondary Schools.

  Mimeograph. Washington, DC: United States Office of Education.

Cole, S. E. ()

An Assessment of Mathematical Abilities of Secondary Students in Selected Schools of Puerto Rico.

Dissertation, University of Nebraska.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1968, August)

An Empirical Comparison of Various Procedures for Estimating Heritability.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1969, August)

An Empirical Grouping of Job Families.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Statistical Association, New York, NY.

Family

Flanagan, J. C.; Russ-Eft, D. F. (1975)

An Empirical Study for Aid in Formulating Educational Goals, Final Report.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Everett, B.E., & McLaughlin, D.H. (1977)

An Exploratory Study of Barriers to Usage of Large-Scale Data Bases Such as Project TALENT.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Strauch, A. B. (1975)

An Investigation into the Sex x Race x Ability Interaction.

Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University.

Greener, J. M. (1975)

An Investigation of the Accuracy of Restriction of Range Correction Formulas.

Dissertation, University of Houston.

Welland, J. D. (1976)

An Investigation of the Role of Abilities in the Individual Earnings Function.

Dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Neyman, C.A., Jr., & Dailey, J.T. (1963 September)

Analysis of Military Information from Project TALENT.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association,  Philadelphia, PA.

Military

Dailey, J.T. (1961)

Analysis of Project TALENT Information Test to Estimate Possible Value to the Air Force System of Personnel Selection and Classification.

Final Report. Washington, DC: American Institutes For Research.

Plantec, P. M. (1971)

Analytical Studies of Selected Educational Data.

Silver Spring, MD: Operations Research. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 057 529.

Flanagan, J. C. (1982)

Analyzing Changes in School Levels of Achievement for Men and Women Using Project TALENT Ten- and Fifteen-Year Retests.

In G. R. Austin, & H.  Garber (Eds.) The Rise and Fall of National Test Scores. New York: Academic Press.

Education, Gender, School Characteristics

Russ-Eft, D., Sprenger, M., Beever, A. (1979)

Antecedents of Adolescent Parenthood and Consequences at Age 30.

Family Coordinator, 28(2), 173-179. doi: 10.2307/581672.

Counseling, Family

Kim, H. (1988)

Antecedents of Career Stability After College Graduation.

Dissertation,  University of Michigan.

Occupation / Career / Work

Goldberg, I. (1963, August)

Aptitude, College Plans and College Entry of a National Sample of 1960 High School Seniors.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Klitgaard, R. E., & Hall, G. R. (1975)

Are There Unusually Effective Schools?.

Journal of Human Resources, 10(1), 90-106. doi: 10.2307/145121.

Cureton, L. W. (1973)

Arrests for Drunkenness of Young Adults and Their Parents andAdolescent Behavior Problems.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Flynn, J. R. (1991)

Asian Americans: Achievement Beyond IQ.

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lubinski, D., & Humphreys, L. G. (1990)

Assessing Spurious ???Moderator Effects???: Illustrated Substantively With the Hypothesized (???Synergistic???) Relation between Spatial and Mathematical Ability.

Quantitative Methods in Psychology, 107(3), 385-393.

Goldberg, I. (1964, September)

Background, Plans and Aspirations of 1960 High School Seniors.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Hsu, C. (2001)

Bayesian Estimation of a Covariance Matrix and its Application to Mixed Effects Models.

Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Cross, K. P. (1971)

Beyond the Open Door.

San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Black, B. B. (1969)

Biographical Data Antecedents of Ability Change.

Dissertation, Purdue University.

Bayer, A. E. (1966)

Birth Order and College Attendance.

Journal of Marriage and Family, 28(4), 480-484. doi: 10.2307/349548.

Family, Marriage

Burton, D. (1968)

Birth Order and Intelligence.

Journal of Social Psychology, 76, 199-206.

Family, Life Course

Humphreys, L. G., & Lubinski, D. (1996)

Brief history and psychological significance of assessing spatial visualization.

In C. P. Benbow & D. Lubinski (Eds.), Intellectual talent: Psychometric and social issues (pp. 116-140). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Schneider, B. (2004)

Building a Scientific Community: The Need for Replication.

Teachers College Record, 106(7), 1471-1483. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9620.2004.386.x.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1963)

Calibration of Academic Aptitude Composite to Project TALENT Results, Technical Report (C-95).

Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

Sherman, S. E. (1963)

Calibration of Inter-American Series Test Battery with Selected Project TALENT Tests, Final Report (D-30).

Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

Gorham, W.A. (1961, September)

Calibration of TALENT and Other Tests.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Dailey, J. T., Shaycoft, M. F., & Orr, David B. (1961)

Calibration of the Air Force Selection Tests to Project TALENT Norms.

Technical Report (C-33). Washington, DC: American Institutes For Research.

Cooley, W.W. (1965, September)

Canonical Correlation.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

McLaughlin, D. H. (1975)

Career Changers: A Project TALENT Report.

Pittsburg, PA:  American Institutes For Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Shaycoft, M. F. (1970, September)

Career Choice: How Can High School Guidance Help? .

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Miami, FL.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Astin, H. S. (1967)

Career Development During the High School Years.

Journal of Counseling Psychology, 14, 94 - 98. doi: 10.1037/h0024459.

Counseling, Occupation / Career / Work

Astin, H. S. (1968)

Career Development of Girls During the High School Years.

Journal of Counseling Psychology, 15, 536 - 540. doi:10.1037/h0026419.

Counseling, Education, Gender, Occupation / Career / Work

Lee, E. C. (unknown date)

Career Development of Science Teachers: A Third Approximation, Final Report (T-52).

Occupation / Career / Work

Lee, E. C., & Cooley, W. W. (1965)

Career Development of Science Teachers: A Cooperative Study with Project TALENT.

Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 3, 300-306. doi: 10.1002/tea.3660030409.

Occupation / Career / Work

Wilson, S.R., Wise, L. L., Stancavage, F., & Loren, J. (unknown date)

Career Development of the Project TALENT Physicians: Specialty and Location Choice.

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Cooley, W.W. (1966, September)

Career Plan Changes in Boys During the High school to Post-High School Transition.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association.

Occupation / Career / Work

Shaycoft, M. F. (1975)

Careers in Science: A Project TALENT Study.

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Tiedeman, D.V. (1972, March)

Careers of Young Adults: Prologue of a Symposium on the Five-Year Follow-Up of Project TALENT.

Presented at the Meetings of the American.

Occupation / Career / Work

Flanagan, J.C. (1976)

Changes in School Level of Achievement: Project TALENT Ten- and Fifteen-year Retests.

Educational Researcher, 5(8), 9-12.

Education

Thornton, A., & Freedman, D. (1982)

Changing Attitudes Toward Marriage and Single Life.

Family Planning Perspectives, 14(6), 297-303. doi: 10.2307/2134600.

Family, Marriage

Lee, E. C. (1970, March)

Characteristics and Career Patterns of Scientists and Science Teachers.

Presented at the Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Minneapolis, MN.

Occupation / Career / Work

Gohm, C. L., Humphreys, L. G., & Yao, G. (1997)

Characteristics of 12th-grade students seriously deficient in spatial ability.

Intelligence, 25, 161-178.

Noblitt, G. L., & Asher, William. (1971, June)

Characteristics of Senior High School Students Who Work for Pay.

Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 254-257.

Welland, J. D. (1978)

Cognitive Abilities, Schooling, and Earnings: The Question of Functional Form.

The Review of Economics and Statistics, 60(4), 622-627.

Economics, Education

Goldberg, I. (1963, April)

College Plans and Level of Aptitude of 1960 High School Seniors: Preliminary Results from Project TALENT.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, Boston, MA.

Shaycoft, M. F., Neyman, C.A., Jr., & Dailey, J. T. (1962)

Comparison of Navy Recruits with Male High School Students on the Basis of Project TALENT Data, Final Report (C-65).

Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

Card, J. J. (1977)

Consequences of Adolescent Childbearing for the Young Parents' Future Personal and Professional Life: Final Report.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Bayer, A. E. (1972)

Construction of a Race Item for Survey Research.

Public Opinion Quarterly, 36 (4), 592 - 602. doi: 10.1086/268042.

Russ-Eft, D., Flanagan, J. C. (1976)

Contribution of Vocational Guidance, Vocational Training, and Employment to the Quality of Life of 30-Year-Olds.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1968, February)

Converting an Inconsistent Matrix into a Consistent Non-Singular Matrix.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Weinfeld, F. D., Mayeske, G. W., Adams, G. D. (1967, December)

Correlational and Regression Analyses of School Achievement for Schools of Varying Racial Composition, Technical Note (50).

Washington, DC: National Center for Educational Statistics,  Division of Operations Analysis.

Walsh, W.B. (2003)

Counseling Psychology and Optimal Human Functioning.

Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Counseling

DiMaggio, P. (1982)

Cultural Capital and School Success: The Impact of Status Culture Participation on the Grades of U.S. High School Students.

American Sociological Review, 47(2), 189-201.

Education, School Characteristics

DiMaggio, P., and Mohr, J. (1985)

Cultural Capital, Education Attainment, and Marital Selection.

The American Journal of Sociology, 90(6)1231-1261.

Hall, C. E. (1967)

Curriculum Offerings in Public High Schools in 1960: Measuring the Extent of Curriculum Offerings.

Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes for Research.

Schoenfeldt, L. F., & Cooley, W. W. (1968)

Data Archives as Resources for Research, Instruction, and Policy Planning: The Project TALENT Data Bank.

Pittsburgh, PA:  American Institutes for Research.

Schoenfeldt, L. F. (1970)

Data Archives as Resources for Research, Instruction and Policy Planning.

American Psychologist, 25(7). doi: 10.1037/h0029855.

Bayer, A. E., Schoenfeldt, L. F., & Brown, M. D. (1969)

Delayed and Normal Progress College Students: A Comparison of Psychosocial Characteristics and Career Plans.

Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Occupation / Career / Work

Schoenfeldt, L.F., Bayer, A.E., & Brown, M.D. (1970)

Delayed and Normal Progress College Students: A Comparison of Psychosocial Characteristics and Career Plans.

American Educational Research Journal, 7(2).

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Flanagan, J. C., Dailey, J. T., Shaycoft, M. F., Gorham, W. A., Orr, D. B., & Goldberg, I. (1962)

Design for a Study of American Youth.

Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Steel, L. & Wise, L. L. (1977)

Designing a Study of Adult Accomplishment and Life Quality: A Report on Phase I of the Project TALENT 17-year Follow-up Survey and TALENT Data Bank Maintenance Activities.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J. C.; et al. (1960)

Designing the Study.

Project TALENT Monograph Series.  Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh.

Corazzini, A. J., Dugan, D. J., and Grabowski, Henry G. (1972)

Determinants and Distributional Aspects of Enrollment in U.S. Higher Education.

Journal of Human Resources, 7(1), 39-59. doi:10.2307/145056.

Dailey, J. T., & Neyman, C. A., Jr. (1967)

Development of a Curriculum and Materials for Teaching Basic Vocational Talents, Final Report.

Washington, DC: George Washington University Education Research Project. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 017 689.

Gilmartin, K. J., McLaughlin, D. H., Wise, L. L., & Rossi, R.J. (1976)

Development of Scientific Careers: The High School Years.

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Plomin, R. (1986)

Development, Genetics, and Psychology.

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Genetics

Lubinski, D. (1995, April)

Differential Educational/Vocational Expectations as a Function of Contrasting Mathematical, Spatial-Mechanical, and Verbal Ability Profiles: A Longitudinal Analysis of Project TALENT.

Presented at Division C, American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Education

Asher, J. W. (1968)

Do Driver Training Courses Produce Better Drivers? An Alternative Hypothesis.

West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University.

Combs, J., Cooley, W.W. (1968)

Dropouts: In High School and After School.

American Educational Research Journal, 5(3), 343-363.

Education

Bayer, A. E. (1968)

Early Dating and Early Marriage.

Journal of Marriage and Family, 30(4), 628 - 632. doi: 10.2307/349506.

Family, Marriage

Cureton, L. W. (1970)

Early Identification of Behavior Problems.

Final Report, Volume I. Washington, DC: American Institutes For Research.

Bond, R. A. (1977)

Early Predictors of Alcohol Abuse: A Study of the Relationships Between Interests, Values, and Personality Variables from the 1960 TALENT Data Base and Alcohol Abuse in Later Life.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Personality

Schoenfeldt, L. F. (1968)

Education After High School.

Sociology of Education, 41(4), 350-369. doi: 10.2307/2112157.

Education

Dailey, J. T. (1964)

Education and Emergence from Poverty.

Journal of Marriage and Family, 26(4). doi: 10.2307/349348.

Family, Marriage

Bendick, M., Jr., (1977)

Education as a Three-Sector Industry.

In B. A. Weisbrod (Ed.), The Voluntary Nonprofit Sector: An Economic Analysis. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath.

Education

Serra House Seminar Group. (unknown date)

Educational and Occupational Plans of Mexican-American High School Youth.

Presented to Dr. Helen S. Astin at the Serra House Seminar on Higher Education: Problems and Prospects at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.

Education

Claudy, J.G. (1971, February)

Educational Outcomes Five Years After High School.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Education

Borg, W. R., & Gall, M. D. (1971)

Educational Research: An Introduction.

New York, NY: McKay.

Education

Trusheim, Dale W. (1984)

Effects of Colleges' Use of the SAT on Admissions Accuracy and Minority Group Access.

Dissertation, University of Delaware.

Women and Minorities

Jencks, C. S., & Brown, M. D. (1975)

Effects of High Schools on Their Students.

Harvard Educational Review, 45(3).

Education

Kapel, D. E. (1968)

Effects of Negro Density on Student Variables and the Post-High School Adjustment of Male Negroes.

Interim Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

McLaughlin, D.H., & Tiedeman, D.V. (1974)

Eleven-year Career Stability and Change as Reflected in Project TALENT Data through the Flanagan, Holland, and Roe Occupational Classification Systems.

Journal of Vocational Behavior, 5(2). doi:  10.1016/0001-8791(74)90031-1.

Occupation / Career / Work

Brooms, B. H. (1968)

Empirical Estimates of Secondary Education Production Functions.

Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

French, J. L. (1966)

Employment Status and Characteristics of High School Dropouts of High Ability (OE-5-85-029).

Washington, DC: United States Office of Education.

Mathematica, Inc (1971)

Enrollment and Financial Aid Models for Higher Education, Phase II,Final Report.

Washington, DC: Author. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 058 040.

Clowes, D. A., Hinkle, D. E., & Smart, J. C. (1986)

Enrollment Patterns in Post-Secondary Education.

The Journal of Higher Education, 57(2), 121-133.

Post-secondary Education

Kapel, D. E. (1969, February)

Environmental Factors, Student Variables, Post-High School Employment Adjustment, and Post-High School Education of Male Negroes from the Project TALENT Sample.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Clarke, M.M., & Clarke, G.G. (1971)

Environmental Variables Affecting Child Development.

Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Card, J.J. (1987)

Epidemiology of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in a National Co-hort of Vietnam Veterans.

Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43(1), 6-17.

Abrams, D. L.; et al. (1977, April)

Estimates of the Determinants of Men's and Women's Economic Success.

Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Gender, Women and Minorities

Darlington, R. B., & Cieslak, P. J. (1971)

Estimating the Validity of Educational Tests.

Final Report. Washington, DC: United States Office of Education, Bureau of Research.

Humphreys, L. G., Davey, T. C., & Kashima, E. ()

Experimental measures of cognitive privilege/deprivation and some of their correlates.

  Intelligence, 10, 355-376..

McGaw, B., & Joreskog, K. G. (1970)

Factorial Invariance of Ability Measures in Groups Differing in Intelligence and Socioeconomic Status.

Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Socioeconomic Status

Shaycoft, M. F. (1972, March)

Factors Affecting a Factor Affecting Career.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, Chicago, IL.

Occupation / Career / Work

Shaycoft, M. F. (1973)

Factors Affecting a Factor Affecting Career.

Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 22, 96-104.

Occupation / Career / Work

Spaulding, B. G. (1972)

Factors Related to the Choice of Home Economics as a College Major by Women.

Dissertation, Purdue University.

Economics, Women and Minorities

Perl, L. J. (1973)

Family Background, Secondary School Expenditure, and Student Ability.

Journal of Human Resources, 8(2), 156-180. doi: 10.2307/144733.

Family, Family Background

Research for Better Schools. (1966)

Final Report of the Middle Atlantic Regional Laboratory (T-19).

American Institutes for Research. (1967)

Final Summary Administrative Report: Statement of Work Performed Under Contract No.

AF 41(609)-3086-AIR Project F-20. Report to Monitor from Project TALENT Staff (F-20). Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J.C. (1979)

Findings from Project TALENT.

The Educational Forum, 43(4), 489-490.

Claudy, J. G. (1973, February)

Five Year Stability of Holland Occupational Types.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Flanagan, J. C., Shaycoft, M. F., Richards, J.M., Jr., & Claudy, J. G. (1971)

Five Years After High School.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J.C. (1967)

Functional Education for the Seventies.

The Phi Delta Kappa International, 49(1), 27-31.

Gallagher, A., & Kaufman, J. (2005)

Gender Differences in Mathematics: An Integrative Psychological Approach.

Cambridge University Press.

Education, Gender

Jencks, C. S., & Brown, M. D. (1977)

Genes and Social Stratification: A Methodological Exploration with Illustrative Data.

In P. Taubman (Ed.), Kinometrics: Determinants of Socioeconomic Success Within and Between Families. New York, NY: Elsevier North-Holland.

Family, Genetics, Socioeconomic Status

Smedley, R. H., & Olson, G. H. (1975, April)

Graduate Follow-Up Studies: How Useful Are They? .

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

Claudy, J.G. (1970, February)

Guidance Effects: Five Years Later.

Presented at the Meetings of the Vocational Guidance Association, San Diego, CA.

Jung, S. M. (1970, March)

Guidance Testing and the Individualized Program of Studies.

  Presented at the Meetings of American Educational Research Association, Minneapolis, MN.

May, J. T., Rudov, M. H. & Kerr, J. L. (1976)

Health Career Data Bank for Minorities, Women: Longitudinal Study of Health Careers from Project Talent.

Pittsburgh: The Center.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work, Women and Minorities

Kiesling, H. J. (1968)

High School Size and Cost Factors, Final Report (T-35, T-54).

  Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Research.

Education

Dailey, J.T. (1963, September)

Highlights of Project TALENT Follow-Up: Test Profiles for Occupational and College Groups and Other Follow-Up Studies.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hyde, J. S. (1981)

How Large Are Cognitive Gender Differences? .

American Psychologist,  36(8), 892-901.

Gender

Folger, J. K., Astin, H. S., & Bayer, A. E. (1970)

Human Resources and Higher Education.

New York, NY: Russell Sage.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1960, December)

Identifying the Future Scientist.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York, NY.

Dailey, J.T. (1964, September)

Implications of Project TALENT for the Armed Forces.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Lubinski, D., & Humphreys, L. G. (1997)

Incorporating Intelligence into Epidemiology and the Social Sciences.

Intelligence, 24(1), 159-201.

Jencks, C., Smith, M., Acland, H., Bane, M. J., Cohen, D., Gintis, H., Heyns, B., & Michelson, S. (1972)

Inequality: A Reassessment of the Effect of Family and Schooling in America.

New York, NY: Basic Books.

Family

Burkhead, J., Fox, T. G., Holland, J. W. (1967)

Input and Output in Large-City High Schools.

Education in Large Cities Series. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

McDill, E. L., Meyers, E. D., Jr., & Rigsby, L. C. (1967)

Institutional Effects on the Academic Behavior of High School Students.

Sociology of Education, 40(3), 181-199. DOI: 10.2307/2112074.

Reeve, C., Meyer, R., & Bonaccio, S. (2006)

Intelligence-Personality Associations Re- Considered: The Importance of Distinguishing Between the General and Narrow Dimensions of Intelligence.

Intelligence, 34(4), 387-402.

Personality

Humphreys, L. G. (1989)

Intelligence: Three Kinds of Instability and their Consequences for Policy.

In Linn R. L. (Ed.), Intelligence: Measurement, Theory, and Public Policy. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Cooley, W.W. (1967)

Interactions among Interests, Abilities and Career Plans.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 51(5, part 2). doi: 10.1037/h0025090.

Occupation / Career / Work

Dailey, J.T. (1962)

Intercorrelations and Sex-Grade Differences on Project TALENT Tests.

Gender

Love, W.A., Jr., & Stewart, D.K. (1968)

Interpreting Canonical Correlations: Theory and Practice.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Burnim, M. L. (1977)

Investments in College Education for Black Males.

Presented at the Meeting of the American Statistical Association, Business and Economic Statistics Section, Chicago, IL.

Women and Minorities

Humphreys, L. G., & Dachler, H. P. (1969)

Jensen's Theory of Intelligence.

Journal of Educational Psychology, 60(6), 419-426. doi: 10.1037/h0028424.

Schnorbus, R. H. (1978)

Labor Market Segmentation: A Study of Barriers to Occupational Mobility.

Dissertation, Case Western Reserve University.

Kuhn, P., & Weinberger C. J. (2005)

Leadership Skills and Wages.

Journal of Labor Economics, 23(3), 395-436.

Economics, Occupation / Career / Work

Hutchinson, T. E. (1969)

Level of Aspiration and Statistical Models Applicable to the Problem of Refining Choice Bases for Career Development: Logic with Implications.

Thesis, Harvard University.

Occupation / Career / Work

Bayer, A. E. (1969)

Life Plans and Marriage Age: An Application of Path Analysis.

Journal of Marriage and Family, 31(3), 551 - 558. doi: 10.2307/349780.

Family, Marriage

Card, J. J. (1978)

Long-term Consequences for Children Born to Adolescent Parents.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Murray, C.A. (1984)

Losing Ground: American Social Policy 1950-1980.

New York, NY: Basic Books.

Goldberg, I. (1962, September)

Manpower Considerations.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, St. Louis, MO.

Bayer, A. E. (1969)

Marriage Plans and Educational Aspirations.

American Journal of Sociology, 75(3), 239 - 244. doi: 10.1086/224769.

Education, Marriage

Flanagan, J. C. (unknown date)

Maximizing human talents.

Journal of Teacher Education, 13, 209- 215.

Lohnes, P. R. (1966)

Measuring Adolescent Personality: Project Talent Five-year Follow-up Studies, Interim Report 1.

Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh.

Personality

Shaycoft, M. F. (1967, February)

Mental Abilities: A Factor-Analytic Study of Change.

  Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York,  NY.

Delgado, A., & Prieto, G. (1997)

Mental-Rotation as a Mediator for Sex-Related Differences in Visualization.

Intelligence, 24(3), 405-416.

Gender

Shaycoft, M. F. (1967, September)

Method of Making an Inconsistent Matrix Consistent.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Rossi, R.J., Wise, L.L., Williams, K.L., & Carrel, K.S. (1976)

Methodology of the Project TALENT 11-Year Follow-Up Study.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Methodology

Dailey, J.T. (1960, December)

Motivation for Science Careers for the Future: A Study of the Plans and Potentials of America's Youth.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York, NY.

Occupation / Career / Work

Dailey, J.T. (1962)

Motivation for Science Careers.

Science Education, 46 (3).

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Wingersky, B.G. (1967, February)

Multivariate Taxonomies and Geometric Sortings.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Woods, E. M. (1980)

National Longitudinal Studies and Data Sets.

Journal of Vocational Education, 55(7), 35-38.

Prediger, D. J. (1968)

New Procedures for Scoring Psychological Measurements: Development of Moderated Scoring Keys for Psychological Inventories, Final Report.

Toledo, OH: University of Toledo. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 023 123).

Cross, K. P. (1972)

New Students and New Needs in Higher Education.

Berkeley, CA:  University of California, Berkeley, Center for Research and Development in Higher Education.

Austin, J.T., & Hanisch K.A. (1990)

Occupational Attainment as a Function of Abilities and Interests: A Longitudinal Analysis Using Project Talent Data.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 75(1), 77-86.

King, Allen, G. (1974)

Occupational Choice, Risk Aversion, and Wealth.

Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 27(4), 586-596.

Claudy, J. G. (1970, September)

Occupational Outcomes: Who, What, and Why? .

Presented at the Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Miami, FL.

Porter, J. N. (1971)

On Making It: Race, Socialization and Mobility in Educational and Early Occupational Attainment.

Dissertation, Duke University.

Dziuban, C. D., Harris, C. W. (1972, April)

On the Extraction of Components and the Applicability of the Factor Model.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Van Wormer, J. (1966, February)

Organization and Retrieval of Project TALENT Data.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago,  IL.

Wise, L. L., Steel, L., & Macdonald, C. (1979)

Origins and Career Consequences of Sex Differences in High School Mathematics Achievement.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Abeles R. P., Steel L., &Wise L. L. (1980)

Patterns and Implications of Life-Course Organization: Studies from Project TALENT.

In P. B. Baltes, & O. G. Brim, Jr. (Eds.),  Life-Span Development and Behavior, 3, 308-339. New York: Academic Press.

Life Course

Astin, H. S. (1967)

Patterns of Career Choices over Time.

Personnel and Guidance Journal, 45, 541-546.

Occupation / Career / Work

Backman, M. E. (1972)

Patterns of Mental Abilities: Ethnic, Socioeconomic, and Sex Differences.

American Educational Research Journal, 9(1), 1-12.

Gender, Socioeconomic Status, Women and Minorities

Astin, H. S. (1970)

Personal and Environmental Factors in Career Decisions of Young Women, Final Report.

Washington, DC: Bureau of Social Science Research. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 038 731.

Gender, Occupation / Career / Work

Williams, R. A. (1967)

Personality Characteristics of High-School Curriculum Groups.

Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Personality

Flanagan, J. C. (1970)

Perspectives on Improving Education: Project Talent???s Young Adults Look Back.

New York: Praeger.

Flanagan, J. C. (1978)

Perspectives on Improving Education: Project TALENT's Young Adults Look Back.

New York: Praeger.

Yen, W. M., & McLaughlin, D. H. (1974)

Post High School Education and Career Development.

Interim Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Yen, W.M., & McLaughlin, D.H. (1974)

Post High School Education and Career Development.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Carlson, M. D. (1967)

Pre-ministerial Students: Selected Characteristics Differentiating Stable from Migrating Candidates.

Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

Cooley, W.W. & Lohnes, P.R. (1968)

Predicting Development of Young Adults.

Project Talent 5-Year Follow-Up Studies. Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes For Research.

Roudabush, G. E. (1966, September)

Prediction for Non-Random Subgroups.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Horowitz, H. (1967)

Prediction of Adolescent Popularity and Rejection from Achievement and Interest Tests.

Journal of Educational Psychology, 58(3), 170-174.  doi: 10.1037/h0024640.

Humphreys, L. G., & Yao, G. (2002)

Prediction of graduate major from cognitive and self-report test scores obtained during the high school years.

  Psychological Reports, 90, 3-30.

Burket, G.R. (1964, September)

Predictor Selection as a Function of the Method of Estimating Correlations.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Altman, S. H. (1971)

Present and Future Supply of Registered Nurses.

Washington, DC: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. (ERIC Documentation Reproduction Service No. 064 514.

Hoenack, S. A., & Feldman, P. (1969)

Private Demand for Higher Education in the United States (T-76).

Arlington, VA: Institute for Defense Analyses, Program Analysis Division.

Flanagan, J. C., & Jung, S. M. (1971)

Progress in Education: A Sample Survey (1960-1970).

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1967, May)

Project TALENT and its Applications to Personnel Research.

Presented at the Fourth Invitational Personnel Research Seminar, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Flanagan, J.C. (1977)

Project Talent and Related Efforts to Improve Secondary Education.

Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa. (ERIC Documentation Reproduction Service No.175910.

Claudy, J. G. (1973)

Project TALENT and SABER VOLUNTEER: Data Correlations/Research.

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Clemans, W.V. (1977, April)

Project TALENT Comes of Age.

Presented at the Meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Seattle, WA.

Aging

Cooley, W.W. (1965, March)

Project TALENT Implications for Science Education.

Presented at the Meetings of the National Science Teachers Association and Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Denver, CO.

Lee, E. C., & Cooley, W. W. (1965, March)

Project TALENT Implications for Science Teacher Education.

Presented at the Meetings of National Science Teachers Association and Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Denver, CO.

Flanagan, J. C., Cooley, W.W., Lohnes, P.R., Schoenfeldt, L.F., Holdeman, R.W., Combs, J., & Becker, S. (1966)

Project TALENT One-Year Follow-Up Studies.

Pittsburgh, PA:  American Institutes for Research.

Hynes, K., Richardson, W. B., Asher, W. (1979)

Project TALENT Revisited: Cross-Validating Self-Report Measures of Leadership.

Journal of Experimental Education, 47(2), 106-111.

American Institutes for Research. (1960)

Project Talent Specimen Set of Materials.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Cureton, E. E. (1973)

Project TALENT Tests as Anchors for Equating Other Tests.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Dailey, J.T. (1962)

Project TALENT Use of Multiple Regression.

Mimeograph.

Carrel, K.S., Potts, C.A., & Campbell, E.A. (1975)

Project TALENT's Nonrespondent Follow-Up Survey: The 10th Grade Special Sample.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

McLaughlin, D.H., Fulscher, G.V., & Yen, W.M. (1974)

Project TALENT's Special Sample: Is It Necessary? .

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Orr, D.B. (1961)

Project TALENT, A National Inventory of Aptitudes and Abilities.

Phi Delta Kappan, 42(6).

Flanagan, J. C. (unknown date)

Project TALENT.

Journal of the American Association of University Women, 54, 166-167.

Flanagan, J.C. (1962)

Project Talent.

Applied Psychology, 11(2), 3-14. doi: 10.1111/j.1464-0597.

Carp, A., & Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1968)

Project TALENT: A computer-based study.

Journal of School Psychology, 6(3), 186-192. doi: 10.1016/0022-4405(68)90014-9.

Flanagan, J. C. (1961)

Project TALENT: A Progress Report.

In A.E. Traxler (Ed.), Measurement and Research in Today’s Schools: Report of the Twenty- Fifth Educational Conference. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1977)

Project TALENT: A Short History of a L-O-N-G Project.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Wise, L. S. (1985)

Project TALENT: Mathematics Course Participation in the 1960s and Its Career Consequences.

In S. F. Chipman, L. R. Brush., & D. M. Wilson (Eds.) Women and Mathematics: Balancing the Equation (pp. 25-58). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Occupation / Career / Work

Flanagan, J. C., Cooley, W. W. (1966)

Project TALENT: One-year Follow-up Studies.

  Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, School of Education.

Dailey, J.T. (1960, August)

Project TALENT: Progress Report.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Statistical Association, Palo Alto, CA.

Cooley, W. W., & Flanagan, J. C. (1965)

Project TALENT: Report of the Eleventh-Grade Follow-Up Study.

Pittsburgh, PA: Project Talent Office.

Dailey, J.T. (1960, February)

Project TALENT: Results of Initial Analyses.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association and Association of School Administrators, Atlantic City, NJ.

Burket, G. R., & Flanagan, J. C. (1963)

Project TALENT: Selected Pupil and School Characteristics in Relation to Percentage of Negroes in School Enrollment.

Pittsburgh,  PA: Project Talent Office.

School Characteristics, Women and Minorities

Flanagan, J. C. (unknown date)

Project TALENT: Some Early Findings from a National Survey.

NEA Journal, 53, 8-10.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1973, October)

Project TALENT: Some Recent Results.

Presented at the Panel on Longitudinal Studies, National Institute of Education, Washington, DC.

Dailey, J.T. (1962, September)

Project TALENT: Studies with Schools as the Statistical Unit The Relationships Between School and Community Characteristics and Aptitude and Achievement Tests at Grade 12.

Presented at the Meetings of American Psychological Association, St. Louis, MO.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Shaycoft, M. F. (1970, March)

Propinquity Analysis: A New Guidance Tool.

Presented at the Meetings of the National Council on Measurement in Education, Minneapolis, MN.

Claudy, J. G., Richards, J. M., Jr. (1971, September)

Psychological and Social Factors in Fertility in the Early Years of Marriage: An Exploratory Longitudinal Study.

Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Marriage, Social Support & Environment

Campbell, E. A. (1979)

Publications Based on Project TALENT Data: An Annotated Bibliography.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J. C. (unknown date)

Quality Education for Girls.

Women’s Education, 5(4).

Wilson, S. T., & Flanagan, J. C. (1974)

Quality of Life as Perceived by 30-Year-Old Army Veterans, Final Report.

Pittsburg, PA: United States Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Dailey, J.T. (1963, February)

Relationships between School Characteristics and Performance of Graduates.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

School Characteristics

Decker, M. ()

Report to the Yardstick Project: The TALENT Analysis.

Mimeograph.

Goldberg, I., & Dailey, J. T. (1963)

Research on Academic Degree Projections: The Identification and Development of Talents of 1960 High-School Graduates, Final Report (D-33).

Washington, DC: American Institutes For Research.

Orr, D.B. (1960, September)

Research Opportunities in Project TALENT for Investigators of Gifted Adolescents.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Orr, D.B. (1964)

Responses to Selected Items Common to the Original Follow-Up Questionnaire and to the Special Follow-Up Questionnaire Combined to Estimate the Responses of American 12th Grade Pupils in the Spring of 1960, Final Report (CRP-635).

Kenny, L.W., Lee, L., Maddala, G. S., & Trost, R. P. (1979)

Returns to College Education: An Investigation of Self-Selection Bias Based on the Project Talent Data.

International Economic Review, 20(3), 775-789.

Education

Author Unknown. (1982)

Schooling and Success.

Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) Focus, 5(3), 9-14.

Education, Occupation / Career / Work

Holden, Constance. (2009)

Science Needs Kids With Vision.

Science, 325(5945), 1190- 1191.

Lubinski, D., & Humphreys, L. G. (1996)

Seeing the forest from the trees: When predicting the behavior or status of groups, correlate means.

Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2, 363-376.

Brown, M. D. (1974)

Sex Differences in Factors Affecting Educational Outcomes.

Qualifying Paper for Doctoral Degree.

Education, Gender

Hedges, L. V. & Nowell, Amy. (1995)

Sex Differences in Mental Test Scores, Variability, and Numbers of High-Scoring Individuals.

Science, 269(2550), 45-45.

Education, Gender

Porter, J. N. (1976)

Socialization and Mobility in Educational and Early Occupational Attainment.

Sociology of Education, 49(1), 23-33. doi: 10.2307/2112389.

Lubinski, D., & Humphreys, L.G. (1992)

Some Bodily and Medical Correlates of Mathematical Giftedness and Commensurate Levels of Socioeconomic Status.

Intelligence, 16(1), 99-115.

Socioeconomic Status

Orr, D.B. (1963, April)

Some Contributions of Project TALENT to Test Interpretability.

  Presented at the Meetings of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, Boston, MA.

Humphreys, L. G., Lubinski, D., & Yao, G. (1993)

Some curious regressions on a measure of general intelligence.

Journal of School Psychology, 31, 385-405.

Gorham, W.A. (1960, November)

Some Implications of Project Talent for United States Womanpower.

Presented at the Meetings of the Associated Alumnae Clubs of Washington, D.C., Washington, DC.

Women and Minorities

Flanagan, J. C. (1963)

Some Implications of Project TALENT for the Teaching of English.

In E.R. Steinberg (Ed.), Needed Research in the Teaching of English. Pittsburgh, PA:  Carnegie Institute of Technology.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1969, June)

Some New Approaches to Hierarchical Analysis.

Presented at the Psychometric Conference Honoring Paul Horst, Seattle, WA.

Flanagan, J. C. (1974)

Some Pertinent Findings of Project TALENT.

Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 22, 92-96.

Flanagan, J. C. (1972, March)

Some Project TALENT Findings Regarding Career Planning.

  Presented at the Meeting of the National Vocational Guidance Association and American Personnel and Guidance Association, Chicago, IL.

Occupation / Career / Work

Folger, J. K. (1967)

Some Relationships between Ability and Self-reported Grades.

Sociology of Education, 40(3), 270-274. doi:10.2307/2112079.

Peng, S. S. (1976, September)

Some Trends in the Entry to Higher Education: A Comparison between NLS and Project Talent.

Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology Association, Washington, D.C.

Humphreys, L. G. (1991)

Some unconventional analyses of resemblance coefficients for male and female monozygotic and dizygotic twins.

In D. Cicchette & W. Grove (Eds.), Thinking clearly about psychology: Essays in honor of Paul Everett Meehl (pp. 158-187). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Wai, J., Lubinski, D., & Benbow, C. (2009)

Spatial Ability for STEM Domains: Aligning Over 50 Years of Cumulative Knowledge Solidifies Its Importance.

Journal of Educational Psychology, 101(2).

Rinehart, James. (1965)

Spending for Education: How Critical Have We Been?

The Educational Forum, 29(4).

Astin, H. S. (1968)

Stability and Change in the Career Plans of Ninth-Grade Girls.

Personnel and Guidance Journal, 46, 961 - 966.

Gender, Occupation / Career / Work

Bayer, A. E., & Schoenfeldt, L. F. (1970)

Student Interchangeability in Three-year and Four-year Nursing Programs.

Journal of Human Resources, 5(1), 71 - 88.  doi: 10.2307/144625.

Leslie, L. L., & Brinkman, P. T. (1987)

Student Price Response in Higher Education.

The Journal of Higher Education, 58(2), 181-204.

Orr, D.B. (1962, September)

Studies of Nonintellectual Characteristics.

Presented at the Meetings of the Meetings of American Psychological Association, St. Louis, MO.

Flanagan, J.C., Dailey, J.T., Shaycoft, M. F., Orr, D.B., & Goldberg, I. (1962)

Studies of the American High School.

Palo Alto, CA: Project TALENT.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1962, September)

Study of Individual Characteristics.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, St. Louis, MO.

Dailey, J. T. (1965)

Study of the Relationships Between Characteristics of Project TALENT Schools and Amount of Impact Aid Received (T-3).

Washington, DC: Education Research Project.

Operations Research. (1971)

Supplement: Consultant Interpretation of Findings.

Silver Spring, MD: Author. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 057 530.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1962, February)

TALENT Test Results--Student Performance.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association and Association of School Administrators, Atlantic City, NJ.

Orr, D.B., & Neyman, C.A., Jr. (1963, February)

Technical Aspects of the Project TALENT Follow-Up Study.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association.

Card, J. J., & Wise, L. L. (1978)

Teenage Mothers and Teenage Fathers: The Impact of Early Childbearing on the Parents' Personal and Professional Lives.

Family Planning Perspectives, 10(4), 199-205. doi: 10.2307/2134267.

Family, Marriage

Cooley, W.W., & Miller, J. D. (1965)

Testing the Test: The Project TALENT Tests as a National Standard.

Personnel and Guidance Journal, 43(10), 1038-1044.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1961, September)

Tests and Techniques.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Shaycoft, M. F., Dailey, J.T., Orr, D.B., Neyman, C.A., Jr., & Sherman, S.E. (1963)

The Identification, Development, and Utilization of Human Talents: Studies of a Complete Age Group: Age 15.

Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Project Talent Office.

Lackamp, L. B. (1974)

The Academic Achievement, Learning Interests, Self-Concept, Fate Control and Post High School Aspirations of Black Parochial and Public High School Students: A Comparative Study.

Dissertation, University of Toledo.

O’Hair, J. P. (1974)

The Achievement Process: A Path Analytic Longitudinal Study of Educational and Occupational Mobility.

Dissertation, Syracuse University.

Wise, L. L., McLaughlin, D. H., & Gilmartin, K. J. (1977)

The American Citizen: 11 Years After High School, Vol. II

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Wilson, S. R., & Wise, L. L. (1975)

The American Citizen: 11 Years After High School.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Orr, D.B. (1961, September)

The American High School.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Education

Flanagan, J. C. (1964)

The American High-School Student: The Identification, Development, and Utilization of Human Talents.

Pittsburgh: Project Talent Office, University of Pittsburgh.

Melnotte, J.M. (1970)

The Applications of Project TALENT and Project PLAN Data to a Goal-Oriented Curriculum.

California Personnel and Guidance Journal, 2(2).

Goldberg, I. (1961, September)

The Aptitude Pool for Specialized Occupations and Careers.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Occupation / Career / Work

Flanagan, J. C., Tiedeman, D.V., Willis, M.B., & McLaughlin, D.H. (1973)

The Career Data Book: Results from Project TALENT's Five-year Follow-up Study.

Palo Alto, CA:  American Institutes for Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Crouse, J., & Trusheim, D. (1988)

The Case Against the SAT.

Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Cooley, W.W. (1965, September)

The Classification of Career Plans.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Occupation / Career / Work

Shaycoft, M. F. (1968, August)

The Coefficient of Internal Precision: A New Psychometric Statistic for Heritability Research.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Bayer, A. E. (1968)

The College Drop-out: Factors Affecting Senior College Completion.

  Sociology of Education, 41(3), 305 - 316. doi: 10.2307/2111878.

French, E. B., & Cook, R. F. (1969)

The College Graduate: His Early Employment and Job Satisfaction (T-47).

Philadelphia, PA: College Placement Council.

Claudy, J. G., Farrell, W. S., & Dayton, C. W. (1979)

The Consequences of Being an Only Child: An Analysis of Project TALENT Data.

Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Kenny, L. W. (1977)

The Demands for Child Quality and for Educational Inputs, the Production of Child Quality, and Related Topics.

Dissertation, University of Chicago.

Goldberg, I. (1960, December)

The Development of Future Scientists.

Presented at the Meetingsm of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York, NY.

Bredemeier, H. C. (1967)

The Differential Effectiveness of High Schools With Selected Characteristics in Producing Cognitive Growth in Different Kinds of Schools, Final Report.

Washington, DC: Office of Education, Bureau of Research. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 014 771).

Burnim, M. L. (1980)

The Earnings Effect of Black Matriculation in Predominantly White Colleges.

Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 33(4), 518-524. doi: 10.2307/2522697.

Ribich, T. I., Murphy, J. L. (1975)

The Economic Returns to Increased Educational Spending.

Journal of Human Resources, 10(1), 56-77. doi: 10.2307/145119.

Economics, Education

Bishop, J. H. (1977)

The Effect of Public Policies on the Demand for Higher Education.

Journal of Human Resources, 12(3), 285 - 307. doi: 10.2307/145492.

Kamens, D. H. (1972)

The Effects of College on Student Dropout, Final Report.

Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Research.

Doberstyn, G. J. (1978)

The Effects of Education, Social Background, and Job Satisfaction Factors on Attitudes Toward Job Change and Career Change.

Dissertation, University of Michigan.

Occupation / Career / Work

Roudabush, G.E. (1964, September)

The Effects of Missing Predictor Data on Predictor Selection.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1970, March)

The Eigenvalue Myth and the Dimension-Reduction Fallacy.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Wise, L.L. (1977, April)

The Fight Against Attrition in Longitudinal Research.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Flanagan, J. C. (1974)

The First Fifteen Years of Project TALENT: Implications for Career Guidance.

Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 22, 8-14.

Occupation / Career / Work

Dunn, J. A. (1972)

The Guidance Program in the PLAN System of Individualized Education.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1968)

The Hereditary Components of the Project TALENT Two-Day Test Battery.

Measurement and Evaluation in Guidance, 1(2), 130-141.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1967)

The High School Years: Growth in Cognitive Skills.

Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes for Research and School of Education, University of Pittsburgh.

Education

Shaycroft, M. F. (1963)

The Identification, Development, and Utilization of Human Talents: Studies of a Complete Age Group: Age 15.

Pittsburgh: Project Talent Office,  University of Pittsburgh.

Bend, E. (1967)

The Impact of Athletic Participation on Academic and Career Aspiration and Achievement (E-30, T-41).

Pittsburgh, PA: American Institutes For Research.

Occupation / Career / Work

Flanagan, J. C. (1969)

The Implications of Project TALENT and Related Research for Guidance.

Measurement and Evaluation in Guidance, 2(2), 116-123.

Orr, D.B. (1964)

The Importance of Weighting: An Illustrative Example.

Educational and Psychological Measurement, 24(1). doi: 10.1177/001316446402400108.

Cooley, W.W., & Becker, S. J. (1966)

The Junior College Student.

Personnel and Guidance Journal, 44, 464-469.

Wallace, R. B. (1972)

The Measurement of the Economic Value of Schooling Output.

  Dissertation, Northwestern University.

Economics

Levinson, P. (1969)

The Next Generation: A Study of Children in Families on Welfare Assistance.

Washington, DC: American Institutes For Research.

Levinson, P. (1969)

The Next Generation: A Study of Children in AFDC Families.

Welfare in Review, 7(2), 1-9.

Family

Wueste, A. E. (1966)

The Oblate Minor Seminarian in the United States.

Dissertation,  University of Texas.

Claudy, J. G. (1984)

The Only Child as a Young Adult: Results from Project Talent.

In The Single-Child Family, ed. T. Falbo. New York, NY: Guilford.

Family

Bishop, J. H. (1974)

The Private Demand for Places in Higher Education: A Study of the Response of Project Talent High School Students to Variations in the Cost of Attending College.

Dissertation, University of Michigan.

Kenny, L. W. (1980)

The Production of Cognitive Skills.

In J. DaVanzo, & J. Simon, (Eds.) Research in Population Economics. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Flanagan, J.C. (1972)

The Project Talent Data Bank: A Handbook.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J. C., Colley, W. W., Holdeman, R. W. (1965)

The Project TALENT Data Bank: A National Data Bank for Research in Education and the Behavioral Sciences.

Pittsburgh: Project TALENT Office, University of Pittsburgh..

Wise, L. L., McLaughlin, D. H., & Steel, L. (1979)

The Project TALENT Data Bank Handbook, Revised.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Cooley, W.W. (1965 December)

The Project TALENT Data Bank.

Journal of Educational Measurement, 2(2), 134-138. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-3984.1965.tb00405.x.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1967)

The Project TALENT Data Bank.

Social Science Information, 6(4). DOI: 10.1177/053901846700600412.

Schoenfeldt, L.F. (1966, May)

The Project TALENT Twin Study: A Preliminary Report.

  Presented at the Second Invitational Conference on Human Behavior Genetics,  Louisville, KY.

Genetics

Woods, E. M. (1971)

The Relationship and Developmental Trends of Objective and Subjective Measures of Interests in Adolescents.

Dissertation, Boston College.

Bergenn, V. W. (1972)

The Relationship of Adolescent Test Performance to Subsequent Psychiatric Deviance.

Dissertation, Columbia University.

Humphreys, L. G., Lin, P.-C., & Fleishman, A. (1971)

The Sex by Race Interaction in Cognitive Measures.

Mimeograph. Chicago, IL: Spencer Foundation.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1971, February)

The Standard Point Biserial Correlation: A Solution to the Biserial-Versus-Point-Biserial Dilemma.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Orr, D.B. (1961, May)

The Study of Personal Characteristics.

Presented at the Meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Hershey, PA.

Dailey, J.T. (1961, May)

The Study of School Characteristics.

Presented at the Meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Hershey, PA.

Education, School Characteristics

Shaycoft, M. F. (1963, September)

The Use of School Means as Variables.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Education

Brim, O. G., Jr., Goslin, D. A., Glass, D. C., & Goldberg, I. (1964)

The Use of Standardized Ability Tests in American Secondary Schools and their Impact on Students, Teachers, and Administrators.

New York: Russell Sage.

Quirk, T. J. (1969)

The Use of Twelfth Grade TALENT Data to Predict Occupational Activities Five Years After High School Graduation.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Dailey, J.T. (1961, September)

The Volunteer Availability of Manpower for Specialized Occupations and Careers.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Occupation / Career / Work

Inbar, M. (1976)

The Vulnerable Age Phenomenon.

New York, NY: Russell Sage.

Aging

Jencks, C., Crouse, J., Mueser, P. (1983)

The Wisconsin Model of Status Attainment: A National Replication with Improved Measures of Ability and Aspiration.

Sociology of Education, 56(1), 3-19. doi: 10.2307/2112300.

Hall, C. E. (1967)

Three Papers in Multivariate Analysis.

Pittsburgh: American Institutes for Research and University of Pittsburgh.

United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. (1969)

Toward a Long-Range Plan for Federal Financial Support for Higher Education.

Report to the President (T-74). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Lipe, D. (1970)

Trait Validity of Airline Stewardess Performance Ratings.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 54(4), 347-352. doi: 10.1037/h0029693.

Nowell, A., & Hedges, L. V. (1998)

Trends in Gender Differences in Academic Achievement from 1960 to 1994: An Analysis of Differences in Mean, Variance, and Extreme Scores.

Sex Roles, 39(1/2), 21-43. doi: 10.1023/A:1018873615316.

Education, Gender

Humphreys, L.G. (1988)

Trends in Levels of Academic Achievement of Blacks and Other Minorities.

Intelligence, 12(3), 231-260.

Women and Minorities

Claudy, J. G., Gross, D.E.; Strause, R.D. (1972)

Two Population Studies: I.

Family Size, Birth Order, and Characteristics of Young Adults. II. A Study of Married Couples in Knox County, Tennessee. Final Report. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Family

Dailey, J. T. (1961)

Types of Tests in Project Talent: Standardized Aptitude and Achievement Tests (9).

Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education.

Gohm, C. L., Humphreys, L. G., & Yao G. (1998)

Underachievement Among Spatially Gifted Students.

American Educational Research Journal, 35(3), 515-531.

Roznowski, M. (1987)

Use of tests manifesting sex differences as measures of intelligence: Implications for measurement bias.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 72, 480-483.

Gender

Rossi, R.J., Bartlett, W.B., Campbell, E.A., Wise, L.L., & McLaughlin, D.H. (1975)

Using the TALENT Profiles in Counseling: A Supplement to the Career Data Book.

Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes For Research.

Counseling, Occupation / Career / Work

Humphreys, L. G., Lubinski, D., & Yao, G. (1993)

Utility of predicting group membership: Exemplified by the role of spatial visualization for becoming an engineer, physical scientist, or artist.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 250-261.

Evans, R. N., & Galloway, J. D. (1973)

Verbal Ability and Socioeconomic Status of 9th and 12th Grade College Preparatory, General, and Vocational Students.

Journal of Human Resources, 8(1), 21 - 36. doi:10.2307/144633.

Socioeconomic Status

Cooley, W.W. (1967, February)

Vocational Interests.

Presented at the Meetings of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Shaycoft, M. F. (1964, September)

When is Bias Better? .

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Jencks, C. (1979)

Who Gets Ahead? The Determinants of Economic Success in America.

New York, NY: Basic Books.

Economics, Occupation / Career / Work, Socioeconomic Status

Richards, J. M., Jr. (1970, September)

Who Studies What Major in College? .

Presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association.