Irving Lorge, Ph.D.
|Educational Psychology||Columbia University, New York, NY|
Dissertation: INFLUENCE OF REGULARLY INTERPOLATED TIME INTERVALS UPON SUBSEQUENT LEARNING
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|Tuckman J, Lorge I. (1954) The Influence of Changed Directions on Stereotypes About Ageing; Before and After Instruction Educational and Psychological Measurement. 14: 128-132|
|Tuckman J, Lorge I. (1952) The influence of a course on the psychology of the adult on attitudes toward old people and older workers Journal of Educational Psychology. 43: 400-407|
|Lorge I, Thorndike EL. (1941) The value of the responses in a completion test as indications of personal traits Journal of Applied Psychology. 25: 191-199|
|Lorge I, Thorndike EL. (1941) The value of the responses in a free-association test as indicators of personal traits Journal of Applied Psychology. 25: 200-201|
|Lorge I, Hollingworth LS. (1936) Adult Status of Highly Intelligent Children Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic Psychology. 49: 215-226|
|Brentlinger WH, Thorndike EL, Bregman EO, et al. (1935) Prediction of Vocational Success The American Journal of Psychology. 47: 529|
|Thorndike EL, Lorge I. (1935) The influence of relevance and belonging Journal of Experimental Psychology. 18: 574-584|
|Lorge I, Thorndike EL. (1935) The influence of delay in the aftereffect of a connection Journal of Experimental Psychology. 18: 186-194|
|Lorge I, Thorndike EL. (1933) The comparative strengthening of a connection by one or more occurrences of it in cases where the connection was punished and was neither punished nor rewarded Journal of Experimental Psychology. 16: 374-382|