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Nancy Bayley (1153)

Interests
Developmental psychology
Nationality
American
Born
1899, The Dalles, Oregon, USA
Short Biography
Nancy Bayley (September 28, 1899 — 1994) was an American developmental psychologist who worked at the Institute of Child Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley. She is, perhaps, best known for her longitudinal Berkeley Growth Study, which ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BS University of Washington, 1922
  • MS University of Washington, 1924
  • PhD University of Iowa, 1926
Appointments & Honors
  • Institute for Human Development, University of California at Berkeley
  • APA Associate, 1928, Fellow, 1937
  • APA division 7, President 1953-4
  • Western Psychological Association, President 1953-4
  • APA division 20, President 1957-8
  • APA Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, 1966
  • Distinguished Contributions Award, Institute of Human Development, University of California at Berkeley, 1967
  • APA division 7G, Stanley Hall Award, 1971
  • California State Psychological Association, Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Award, 1976
  • APF Gold Medal Award, 1982
Principal Publications
  • 1926 Performance tests for three-, fourand five- year-old children. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 33, 435-54.
  • 1932 A study of the crying of infants during mental and physical tests. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 40, 306-29.
  • 1933 The California First-year Mental Scale. University of California Press.
  • 1935 The development of motor abilities during the first three years: A study of sixty-one infants tested repeatedly. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 1, 26-61.
  • 1936 The California Infant Scale of Motor Development. University of California Press.
  • 1937 Environmental correlates of mental and motor devetopment: A cumulative study from infancy to six years. Child Development, 8, 329-41.
  • 1939 Mental and motor development from two to twelve years. Review of Educational Research, 9, 18-37.
  • 1940 Studies in the Development of Young Children. University of California Press.
  • 1943 Skeletal maturing in adolescence as a basis for determining percentage of completed growth. Child Development, 14, 1-46.
  • 1946 Tables for predicting adult height from skeletal age and present height. Journal of Pediatrics, 28, 49-64.
  • 1946 The assessment of somatic androgyny. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 4, 433_:::61.
  • 1949 Consistency and variability in the growth of intelligence from birth to eighteen years. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 75, 165-96.
  • 1950 Motor development and decline. Review of Educational Research, 14, 381-9 (with A. Espenchade).
  • 1956 Individual patterns of development. Child Development, 27, 45-74.
  • 1965 Comparisons of mental and motor test scores for ages 1-15 months by sex, birth order, race, geographical location, and education of parents. Child Development, 36, 379-411.
  • 1968 Behavioral correlates of mental growth: Birth to thirty-six years. American Psychologist, 23, 1-17.