Oral history interview with Gardner Lindzey [electronic resource], 1986.
Scope and Contents
Penn State, B.A. 1943, M.A. 1949; director of Center for the Study of the Behavioral Sciences, 1975; the Center's relationship with the Spencer Foundation; daily operation of the Center: fellowship selection process, changing research emphasis at the Center, support for minority and female scholars and those at lesser-known institutions; the Center's financial supporters, the "Berkeley Rule," non-evaluative environment, degree of financial support of the fellows; the summer program; impressions of Lawrence Cremin as new president of the Spencer Foundation.