Walter Richard Miles

Affiliations: 
1922-1932 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 1932-1952 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
Psychology
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http://ir.uiowa.edu/etd/3627/

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Carl Emil Seashore grad student 1913 University of Iowa
 (PhD thesis: Accuracy of the voice in simple pitch singing.)

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B. Richard Bugelski grad student (Neurotree)
Stanley Schachter grad student Yale
E. Lowell Kelly grad student 1930 Stanford
Roger G. Barker grad student 1934 Stanford
Neal E. Miller grad student 1932-1935 Yale (Neurotree)
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KRUGER L, FELDZAMEN AN, MILES WR. (1955) A scale for measuring supra-threshold olfactory intensity. The American Journal of Psychology. 68: 117-23
KRUGER L, FELDZAMEN AN, MILES WR. (1955) Comparative olfactory intensities of the aliphatic alcohols in man. The American Journal of Psychology. 68: 386-95
MILES WR. (1946) Effects chiefly mental. Scientific Temperance Journal. 54: 75
Miles WR. (1941) Coordination of psychological services in the national emergency Journal of Consulting Psychology. 5: 216-220
Stone CH, Valentine WL, Miles W. (1940) The production of 16-mm. motion picture films Psychological Bulletin. 37: 29-59
Miles WR. (1939) Einthoven string galvanometer used with a vacuum tube microvoltmeter Review of Scientific Instruments. 10: 134-136
Miles WR. (1939) Performance of the Einthoven galvanometer with input through a vacuum tube microvoltmeter Journal of Experimental Psychology. 25: 76-90
Miller NE, Miles WR. (1936) Alcohol and removal of reward. An analytical study of rodent maze behavior Journal of Comparative Psychology. 21: 179-204
Miller NE, Miles WR. (1935) Effect of caffeine on the running speed of hungry, satiated, and frustrated rats Journal of Comparative Psychology. 20: 397-412
Miles WR. (1933) Age and human ability Psychological Review. 40: 99-123
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