Correspondence, memoranda, articles, proposals, notes, and other files relating to his teaching and committee work and several
major publications, including PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS AND PERSONNEL DECISIONS and TOWARD REFORM OF PROGRAM EVALUATION. Correspondents
include Patrick Moynihan, Jack Block, Marshall Cohen, John Feldhusen, Arthur I. Gates, Julian C. Stanley, Vivian Edmiston
Todd, and Ralph W. Tyler. Collection also includes reports compiled for the US Office of Naval Research in London on psychological
work and research being done in Europe, 1955-56.
Lee J. Cronbach made major contributions in the fields of educational psychology and psychological testing. He earned his
bachelor's degree at Fresno State College, 1934, his master's at the University of California-Berkeley, 1937, and his doctorate
at the University of Chicago, 1940. He taught at the State College of Washington, the University of Chicago, and the University
of Illinois before joining the Stanford faculty in 1964, where he was named Vida Jacks Professor of Education in 1967. His
research interests were measurement theory, program evaluation, and instruction. He died in 2001.
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