Zella Luria Papers, 1933 -- 2010

This collection has:

11.5 Cubic Feet
9 record cartons, 1 index card box, and 1 legal-size half document case

This collection contains the papers of Tufts University psychology professor Zella Luria and includes correspondence, teaching and research materials, and records of a study Luria conducted in the 1960s and 1970s on Jackson College students' attitudes toward work over time. Subjects include sex, gender, and psychology. Materials date from 1933-2010, with the bulk of materials dating from 1960-1999.

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