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Anne Roe (1117)

Interests
Clinical, counselling, evaluation and measurement, personality and social
Nationality
American
Born
1904, Denver, Colorado, USA
Died
1991, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Short Biography
Anne Roe (1904 – May 29, 1991) was an American clinical psychologist and researcher who studied creativity and occupational psychology. Her publications included The Making of a Scientist (1953) and the Psychology of Occupations (1956). | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BA University of Denver, 1923
  • MA University of Denver, 1925
Appointments & Honors
  • ABPP, Diplomate, Clinical Psychology, Board of Trustees, 1953-9
  • APA, Fellow, Divisions 2, 8, 12, 17, Board of Directors, 1962-5
  • President: APA Division 12, 1957-8, New England PA, 1962-5
  • Hon. MA, Harvard University, 1963
  • Hon. LHD, Lesley College
  • Hon. ScD, Kenyon College
  • Fellow, APGA, NVGA
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • numerous committee assignments. Richardson Creativity Award, APA, 1968
  • APA Division 12 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology, 1972
  • Medal for Distinguished Service, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1977
  • Establishment of Anne Roe Award
  • Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1980
  • Leona E. Tyler Award, APA Division 17, 1984
  • Editorial Board, Journal Applied Psychology
Principal Publications
  • 1936 Adult Intelligence. Commonwealth Fund (with T. Weisenburg and K. E. McBride).
  • 1939 Quantitative Zoology. McGraw-Hill (with G. C. Simpson).
  • 1942 Intelligence in mental disorder. Annals ofthe New York Academy of Sciences, 42, 361-490 (with D. Shakow).
  • 1944 Adult adjustment of children of alcoholic parents raised in foster homes. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 4, 517-22.
  • 1953 The Making ofa Scientist. Dodd Mead.
  • 1956 The Psychology of Occupations. Wiley.
  • 1957 Early determinants of vocational choice. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 4, 212-17.
  • 1958 Behavior and Evolution. Yale University Press. (ed. with C. G. Simpson).
  • 1964 The Origin of Interests. APGA Inquiry Studies no. 1 (with M. Siegelman).
  • 1966 Psychology and the evolution of man. Harvard Educational Review, 36, 139-54.
  • 1972 Perspectives on vocational development. In J. M. Whiteley and R. A. Resnikoff (eds), Perspectives on Vocational Development. APGA.
  • 1972 Woman power: How is it different? In I. Berg (ed.), Human Resources and Economic Welfare. Columbia University Press.