Richard M. Bateman papers, 1939-1949 | Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
Reprinted from the December, 1949 issue of the Journal of Educational Research; The Effect Of Work Experience On High School Students As Revealed By The Bell Adjustment Inventory, by Richard Bateman, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Reprinted from March, 1949, Educational Administration and Supervision, The Effect Of Work Experience On The Attitude Of High-School Students Toward School And School Subjects.
Reprinted from Occupations, the Vocational Guidance Journal for April, 1949; The Effect of Work Experience on High School Students' Vocational Choice [As Revealed by the Kuder Preference Record], by Richard M. Bateman, District Manager, Purdue University Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Reprint from December, 1939, The Journal of Educational Psychology; Attitudes Of High-School Freshmen Toward Occupations Of Their Choice Before And After Studying The Occupations By Means Of A Career Book, by Richard M. Bateman, Peru, Indiana, High School and H. H. Remmers, Purdue University.
The Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. XXX, no. 9, December, 1939, Attitudes of High-School Freshmen toward Occupations of Their Choice before and after Studying the Occupations by Means of a Career Book, p. 657-p. 666, by Richard M. Bateman and H. H. Remmers.