Seymour Feshbach

Affiliations: 
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Criminology and Penology
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Parents

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Irving L. Janis grad student 1947-1951 Yale (Neurotree)

Children

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Howard S. Adelman grad student 1960-1966 UCLA (Neurotree)
June P. Tangney grad student 1979-1985 UCLA (PsychTree)
Sharon S. Ishikawa grad student 2000 UCLA
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Tangney JP, Feshbach S. (1988) Children's Television-Viewing Frequency: Individual Differences and Demographic Correlates. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 14: 145-158
Orbach I, Feshbach S, Carlson GA, et al. (1984) Attitudes toward life and death in suicidal, normal, and chronically ill children: An extended replication Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 52: 1020-1027
Feshbach S, Feshbach ND, Cohen SE. (1982) Enhancing children's discrimination in response to television advertising: The effects of psychoeducational training in two elementary school-age groups Developmental Review. 2: 385-403
Feshbach S, Adelman H, Fuller W. (1977) Prediction of reading and related academic problems Journal of Educational Psychology. 69: 299-308
Feshbach S, Adelman H. (1974) Remediation of learning problems among the disadvantaged Journal of Educational Psychology. 66: 16-28
Adelman HS, Feshbach S. (1971) Predicting reading failure: beyond the readiness model Exceptional Children. 37: 349-354
FESHBACH S, LOEB A. (1959) A further experimental study of a response-interference versus a drive-facilitation theory of the effect of anxiety upon learning Journal of Personality. 27: 497-506
JANIS IL, FESHBACH S. (1954) Personality differences associated with responsiveness to fear-arousing communications. Journal of Personality. 23: 154-66
JANIS IL, FESHBACH S. (1953) Effect of fear-arousing communications. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 48: 78-92
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