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2. (With Harry Harlow) Delayed reaction tests on primates at Bronx Park Zoo. Jour. Comparative Psychol., 14: 97-107.
3. The “emotion” of disgust in dogs. Jour. Comparative Psychol., 14: 401-07.
1. Food preferences of primates. Jour. of Comparative Psychol., 16: 187-97.
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2. Deprivation, threat and frustration. Psychol. Review , 48: 364-66. Reprinted in Newcomb, T., and Hartley, E. (Eds.), Readings in Social Psychology (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1947). Reprinted in Marx, M., Psychological Theory: Contemporary Readings (New York: Macmillan, 1951). Reprinted in C. Stacey & M. DeMartino (Eds.). Understanding Human Motivation (Cleveland: Howard Allen Publishers, 1958).
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3. The dynamics of psychological security-insecurity. Character and Personality. 10: 331-44.
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