Stanley D. Porteus Bibliography

[24 April 1883. Born in Melbourne or Box Hill, Victoria, Australia. His father was a clergyman.]

[1905. Binet formulates his intelligence test for mentally deficient school children.]

[1 Sept 1906. "Henry H. Goddard assumed his post as director of the Vineland Laboratory at the Vineland Training School [for Feeble-Minded Boys and Girls] in New Jersey. Under his direction, Vineland became a leader in the education of people with mental retardation. Goddard was succeeded by Stanley D. Porteus in 1919 and by Edgar A. Doll in 1925." APA website. Goddard was a student of G. Stanley Hall, and the Research Lab at Vineland really was one of the first laboratories devoted to the study of mental deficiency in the US. Doll, who replaced Porteus at Vineland, wrote "The Relationship of Intelligence to Criminality," Journal of Social Psychology 1930.]

[1908. Goddard, in Brussels, comes into contact with the Binet tests, which he then brings to America.]

[13 July 1909. Porteus marries at the age of 26.]

[1910-1916. Educated at the Melbourne Educational Institute, Melbourne University. He's 26 or 27 in 1910.]

[1911. Goddard applies the Binet tests to normal schoolchildren in the Vineland public schools.]

Goddard, Henry H. "The Menace of the Feeble-Minded." Pediatrics (June 1912).

Goddard, Henry Herbert. The Kallikak Family: A Study in the Heredity of Feeble-Mindedness. New York: Macmillan, 1912.

Goddard, Henry H. "The Basis for State Policy Social Investigation and Prevention." The Survey (March 2, 1912):

Goddard, Henry H. "The Binet Tests and the Inexperienced Teacher." The Training School Bulletin (March 1913).

[1912-1918. Porteus is appointed under the Victorian Education Department to supervise the special education of defectives in that state. The title is Superintendent of Special Education, Melbourne. In 1912 he's about 29.]

[1913. Porteus first develops his Maze Test.]

Goddard, Henry Herbert. Feeblemindedness: Its Causes and Consequences. New York: Macmillan, 1914.

[August 1914. Porteus first describes the Porteus Maze Tests at a session of the Education Section of the British Association for the

Advancement of Science, at its meeting in Melbourne. The first published descriptions are in the Journal of Experimental Pedagogy and the Journal of Psycho-Aesthenics (1915).]

1915

[1915-1918. Lecturer in experimental education, University of Melbourne.]

Porteus, S.D. "Motor Intellectual Tests for Mental Defectives." Journal of Experimental Pedagogy 3 (June 1915): 127-135.

[This & the next item are the first published report on the

Porteus Maze Test.]

Porteus, S.D. "Mental Tests for Feeble-Minded: A New Series." Journal of Psycho-Aesthenics 19 (June 1915): 200-213.

1917

Porteus, S.D. "Mental Tests with Delinquents and Aboriginal Children." Psychological Review 24 (January 1917): 32-41.

1918

Porteus, Stanley D. "The Measurement of Intelligence: Six Hundred and Fifty-Three Children Examined by the Binet and Porteus Tests." Journal of Educational Psychology 9 (January 1918): 13-31.

Porteus, Stanley D., and Richard J.A. Berry. "A Practical Method for the Early Recognition of Feeble Mindedness and Other Forms of Social Inefficiency." The Training School Bulletin 15 (1918): 81-

92.

[Feeble-minded children have smaller heads than normal.]

Cited in:

Otto Klineberg, Mental Differences NY: Harper & Bros, 1935

[End of 1918. Porteus is appointed to succeed Goddard as director of research in the Psychological Laboratory of the Training School at Vineyard NJ.

1919

[1919. Comes to US.]

[1919-1926. Director of research, Psychological Laboratory, Vineland, New Jersey.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Research Programme." The Training School Bulletin 16 (1919): 34-38.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Cephalometry of Feeble-Minded." The Training School Bulletin 16 (June 1919): 49-72.

Porteus, Stanley D. "A Standardized Information Record." The Training School Bulletin 16 (1919): 103-111.

Porteus, Stanley D. Cephalometry of Feeble Minded. Vineland, New Jersey: The Training School, 1919.

[Reprinted from The Training School Bulletin, June 1919.]Porteus, Stanley D. Porteus Tests: The Vineland Revision. Training School Publication, Department of Research, no. 16, September 1919.

[44 p. This is the first noteworthy revision of the 1914 tests.]

1920

Porteus, Stanley D. "A Plan for the Study of Mental Defectives." Journal of Psycho-Aesthenics 25 (1920): 59-69.

Porteus, S.D. "Trainability of Defectives." The Training School Bulletin 16 (1920): 180-184.

Porteus, Stanley D., and Helen Hill. "A Condensed Guide to the Binet Tests. I. Tests and Diagnosis." The Training School Bulletin 17 (March-April 1920): 1-15.

Porteus, Stanley D., and Helen Hill. "A Condensed Guide to the Binet Tests. II. Tests and Test Procedure." The Training School Bulletin 17 (1920): 16-39.

Porteus, S.D. "Test Interpretation." The Training School Bulletin 17 (1920): 68-72.

Porteus, Stanley. "The Vineland Research Department." The Training School Bulletin 17 (1920): 84-89.

Porteus, Stanley D., and Helen Hill. Condensed Guide to the Binet Tests. Publications of the Training School at Vineyard, New Jersey, Department of Research, no. 19. Vineland, New Jersey: Training School, April 1920.

[Reprinted from The Training School Bulletin, March-April 1920.]

Berry, Richard J.A., and Stanley D. Porteus. Intelligence and Social Valuation: A Practical Method for the Diagnosis of Mental Deficiency and Other Forms of Social Inferiority. Publications at the Training School at Vineyard, New Jersey, Department of Research, no. 20. Vineland, New Jersey: The Training School, May 1920.

Bassett, Dorothy M., and S.D. Porteus. Sex Differences in Porteus Test Performance. Publications at the Training School at Vineyard, New Jersey, Department of Research, no. 22. Vineland, New Jersey: The Training School, December 1920.

Cited in:

Porteus, Guide to Porteus Maze Test 1924

Porteus, Stanley D. A Study of Personality of Defectives: With a Social Rating Scale. Publications of the Training School at Vineyard, New Jersey, no. 23. Vineland, New Jersey: Training School, December 1920.

Cited in:

Porteus, The Psychology of a Primitive People 1931

1921

Porteus, Stanley D. "A Social Rating Scale for Defectives." Journal of Psycho-Aesthenics 26 (1921): 117-126.

Porteus, Stanley D. "A New Definition of Feeble-Mindedness." The Training School Bulletin 18 (1921): 7-10.

Porteus, Stanley D. "The Social Rating Scale." The Training School Bulletin 18 (1921): 33-39.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Personality in Relation to Social Mal-Adjustment." The Training School Bulletin 18 (1921): 81-90.

1922

[1922-1948. Director of the psychological clinic and professor of clinical psychology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu. In the Preface to Primitive Intelligence & Environment (1937), Porteus refers to a "line of research on racial differences begun in 1922 by the staff of the Psychological Clinic of the University of Hawaii and carried on since that time."]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Children - Not Cases." The Training School Bulletin 19 (1922): 97-101.

Porteus, Stanley D. Studies in Mental Deviation. Publications of the Training School at Vineyard, New Jersey, no. 24. Vineland, New Jersey: The Training School, October 1922.

1923

Porteus, Stanley C. "Individual and Racial Retardation." The Training School Bulletin 20 (1923): 81-87.

1924

Porteus, S.D. Guide to Porteus Maze Test. Publications of the Training School at Vineland, N.J., Department of Research, no. 25. Vineland, New Jersey: The Training School, Department of Research, March 1924. [This work is somehow connected to the Social Science Association of Honolulu. There's a 2d printing, Oct 1929.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Maze and Mental Differences. Vineland, New Jersey: Smith Printing and Publishing House, 1924.

[48 pages. There's a much longer (212 pages) 1933 edition.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Temperament and Mentality in Maturity, Sex and Race." Proceedings and Addresses of the American Association to Study Feeble-Minded 29 (1924): 240-254.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Temperament and Mentality in Maturity, Sex and Race." Journal of Applied Psychology 8 (1924): 57-74.

1926

Porteus, S.D., and Marjorie E. Babcock. Temperament and Race. Boston: R.G. Badger, 1926.

[Miss Babcock (b. 1899) was Assistant Director of the

Psychological Clinic, University of Hawaii.]

1927

Babcock, Marjorie E. Application of Clinical Psychology in Hawaii. 1927.

1928

[Feb 1928. Porteus receives an invitation from the Australian National Research Council to conduct studies of the mental status of the Australian aborigines.]

Goddard, Henry H. "Feeblemindedness: A Question of Definition." Proceedings of the American Association for the Study of Feebleminded (June 1928)

1929

Jones, F. Wood, and Stanley D. Porteus. The Matrix of Mind Honolulu: University Press Association, University of Hawaii, and London: Edward Arnold, 1929.

[April 1929. Porteus leaves Hawaii for an eight-month expedition to study the aborigines of central & northwest Australia. He consults with A.R. Radcliffe-Brown, "head of the Department of Anthropology of Sydney University, with whose general programme of research this study was linked."]

Porteus, S.D. "The Social Psychology of the Australian Aboriginal." Journal of Applied Psychology 13 (1929): 131-144.

1930

[1930-35. Harry L. Shapiro is Professor of Physical Anthropology, University of Hawaii.]

Porteus, Stanley D., Doris M. Dewey, and Robert G. Bernreuter. "Race and Social Differences in Performance Tests." Genetic Psychology Monographs 8 (August 1930): 93-208.

[Supported by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation.]

1931

"Finds Racial Mixture No Bar to Mentality: Hawaiian Expert Says Children of Mixed Blood Show High Degree of Intelligence." New York Times (March 29, 1931), III, 5.

[On the Genetic Psychology Monographs paper.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Psychology of a Primitive People: A Study of the Australian Aborigine. London: Edward Arnold, and New York: Longmans, Green, 1931.

[Based on the 1929 expedition. This is part of "the programme

of work of the division of racial research at the University

of Hawaii..." (p. vii). Does this "division of racial

research" have any formal existence in the University?]

Cited critically in:

Otto Klineberg, Race Differences NY: Harper & Bros, 1935

1932

[1932. Honorary D.Sc., University of Hawaii.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Human Studies in Hawaii. Pacific Problems." Proceedings and Lectures of the School of Oriental and Pacific Affairs, University of Hawaii. (1932): 82-114.

1933

Porteus, Stanley D. The Maze Test and Mental Differences. Vineland, New Jersey: Smith Printing and Publishing House, 1933.

[212 p. What relation does this have to the 48-page 1924 book The Maze & Mental Differences?]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Home in Hawaii." Review of Reviews 87 (F 1933): 60+

1934

[1934. Porteus leads a South African Council expedition to the Kalahari Desert to study the bushmen. The trip is underwritten by a Visitor's Grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Porteus is accompanied on the trip by Jay M. Kuhns (1884-1964), a Hawaii plantation doctor who goes game hunting while Porteus studies the bushmen (see the biography of Kuhns on the Hawaii Medical Library web site, hml.org). In the Preface to Primitive Intelligence & Environment, Porteus says that Kuhns' hunting kept the expedition "plentifully supplied with fresh meat, a circumstance which attracted & held natives at our camp, giving me the opportunity to test & measure them."]

1935

Klineberg, Otto. Race Differences. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1935.

[There are critical references to Porteus at 81, 91, 155-6, 159-62, 171, 180, 219, 282, 289.]

1937

Porteus, Stanley D. Primitive Intelligence and Environment. New York: Macmillan, 1937.

[325 p. Porteus tries to produce a culture-free test of (innate) racial differences in intelligence.]

Van Gelder, Robert. "Books of the Times." Review of Primitive Intelligence and Environment by S.D. Porteus. In New York Times (July 1, 1937), 25.

Gruening, Martha. "What Primitive Man Thinks." Review of Primitive Intelligence and Environment by S.D. Porteus. In New York Times Book Review (August 15, 1937): 23.

1939

Porteus, Stanley D. "Racial Group Differences in Mentality." Tabulae biologicae, Haag, vol. 18 (1939): 66-75.

Porteus, Stanley D. Racial Group Differences in Mentality. Utrecht: Uitgeverij Dr. W. Junk, 1939.

Porteus, S.D. "The Validity of the Porteus Maze Test." Journal of Educational Psychology 30 (1939): 172-178.

Porteus, S.D. "Psychological Service in Hawaii: The Work of the University Clinic." Bulletin of the University of Hawaii, no. 5 (1939).

[17 pages.]

Porteus, Stanley D. Psychological Service in Hawaii: The Work of the University Clinic. University of Hawaii Occasional Papers, no. 37. Honolulu: The University, 1939.

1941

Porteus, Stanley D., with the assistance of Mary Hunter and Colin J. Herrick. The Practice of Clinical Psychology. American Psychology Series, edited by Henry E. Garrett. New York: American Book Company, 1941.

[Dr. Hunter (1892-1940) is dead; she wrote part of ch 15

("Examination of Young Children") & the part of ch. 8

("Special Supplementary Tests") that deals with the Rorschach

test.]

1942

Porteus, Stanley D. Qualitative Performance in the Maze Test. New York: Psychological Corporation, 1942.

1944

Porteus, Stanley D. "Medical Application of the Maze Test." Medical Journal of Australia 1 (1944): 558-572.

Porteus, Stanley D., and Richard Eugene De Monbrun Kepner. "Mental Changes After Bilateral Prefrontal Lobotomy." Genetic Psychology Monographs 29 (February 1944): 3-115.

["Contains an initial report on 20 patients after

psychosurgery at the Territorial hospital for mental

disorders, Kaneohe, territory of Hawaii." In the Preface to

The Maze Test & Clinical Psychology (1959), Porteus,

commenting on the early lack of interest in the Maze Tests

among psychologists, says that "the Maze might then have waned

except that in 1944 & the years following it won a further

reprieve through its use in the assessment of brain damage by

psychosurgery." Did the Territorial Hospital have any special

role in the history of lobotomy other than Porteus'

contribution? What was the incidence of lobotomy in Hawaii?]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Medical Application of the Maze Test." Medical Journal of Australia 1 (1944): 558-572.

1945

Porteus, Stanley D. Calabashes and Kings: An Introduction to Hawaii. Palo Alto: Pacific, 1945.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Q-Scores, Temperament, and Delinquency." Journal of Social Psychology 21 (1945): 81-103.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Porteus Maze Tests: Applications in Medical and Allied Fields." British Journal of Medical Psychology 20 (1945): 267-270.

["A Review is given of uses of the test (1) among primitive

peoples, (2) among delinquents, (3) as an adjunct to

industrial psychology, (4) following bifrontal lobotomy, and

(5) following dietary deficiency."]

1947

Porteus, Stanley D. "Lobotomy." In Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by P.L. Harriman, 363-369. 1947??

[The abstract in Psychological Abstracts says Porteus "has had

an important part in this field in measuring psychological

changes" accompanying lobotomy.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Porteus Maze Tests." In Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by P.L. Harriman, 570-583. 1947??

Porteus, Stanley D. "Primitive Mentality." In Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by P.L. Harriman, 570-583. 1947??

Porteus, Stanley D., and Henry Nelson Peters. "Maze Test Validation and Psychosurgery." Genetic Psychology Monographs 36 (1947): 1-86.

[A continuation of the work of Porteus & Kepner reported in Genetic Psychology Monographs, Feb. 1944.]Porteus, Stanley D., and Henry Nelson Peters. "Psychosurgery and Test Validity." Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 42 (1947): 473-475.

Porteus, Stanley D. Blow Not the Trumpet: A Prelude to Peril. [Palo Alto]: Pacific Books, 1947 [304 pages. On Pearl Harbor & Hawaiian civil defense.]

1948

Porteus, Stanley D. The Restless Voyage. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1948.

[Also published London: Harrap, 1949.]

1949

[1949- . Professor emeritus.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Institutions of the Territory of Hawaii and their Policies, Plans and Needs for Sound Institutional Practices. Honolulu, 1949.

1950

[1950- . Referee of Juvenile Court in Hawaii.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Porteus Maze Test and Intelligence. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1950.

[There's also a printing in 1956.]

Porteus, S.D. "35 Years' Experience with the Porteus Maze Test." Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 45 (1950): 396-401.

1951

Porteus, Stanley D. Providence Ponds: A Novel of Early Australia. London: Harrap and Co., and Sydney: Australasian Publishing Co., 1951. [272 p.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Recent Research on the Porteus Maze Test and Psychosurgery." British Journal of Medical Psychology 24 (1951): 132-140.

1952

Porteus, Stanley D. "A Survey of Recent Results Obtained with the Porteus Maze Test." British Journal of Educational Psychology 22 (1952): 180-188.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Revue des ‚tudes sur le test des labyrinthes de Porteus." Revue psychol. appl. 2 (1952): 59-74.

"S.D. Porteus." Revue Psychol. appl. 2 (1952): 181.

[Portrait.]

1953

Porteus, Stanley D., and Gerald R. Corbett. "Statutory Definitions of Feebleminded in the U.S.A." Journal of Psychology 35 (1953): 85-105.

1954

Porteus, Stanley D. Calabashes and Kings: An Introduction to Hawaii. London: Harrap, 1954.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Maze Test Qualitative Aspects." British Journal of Medical Psychology 27 (1954): 72-79.

1955

Porteus, Stanley D. The Maze Test: Recent Advances. Palo Alto: Pacific Books, 1955.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Some Common-Sense Implications of Psychosurgery." British Journal of Medical Psychology 28 (1955): 167-176.

Porteus, Stanley D. Give Them the Tools: A Series of Five Articles Reprinted from the Honolulu Advertiser of Various Dates Between Jan. 16, and Feb. 5, 1955. Honolulu: Department of Institutions, 1955.

1956

Porteus, Stanley D. "Los Desenvolvimientos del Test de Laberintos de Porteus." Revista de Psicolog. Gen. y Apl. (Madrid) 11 (1956): 5-16.

Porteus, S.D. "Variations sp‚cifiques du comportement sous l'effet de la chloropromazine." Rev Psychol appl. 6 (1956): 187-202.

[Porteus' affiliation is given as the Territorial Hospital,

Kaneohe, Oahu.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Porteus Maze Test Developments." Perceptual and Motor Skills 6 (1956): 135-142.

1957

Porteus, Stanley D. "Maze Test Reactions After Chloropromazine." Journal of Consulting Psychology 21 (1957): 15-21.

[In the Preface to The Maze Test & Clinical Psychology,

Porteus says, "with the decline of interest in psychosurgery,

the Maze might have lost its psychological significance except

for its relation to psychopharmacology ... It was again useful

in demonstrating ... deficits in vigilance & foresight that

accompanied the continued use of one of the most effective of

the tranquilizing drugs," i.e., chloropromazine.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Specific Behavior Changes Following Chloropromazine." Journal of Consulting Psychology 21 (1957): 257-263.

Porteus, S.D., and John E. Barclay. "A Further Note on Chlorpromazine: Maze Reactions." Journal of Consulting Psychology 21 (1957): 297-299.

1958

Porteus, S.D. "What Do the Maze Tests Measure?" Australian Journal of Psychology 10 (December 1958): 245-256.

1959

Porteus, Stanley D. The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology. Palo Alto: Pacific Books, 1959.

Porteus, S.D. "Recent Maze Test Studies." British Journal of Medical Psychology 32 (1959): 38-43.

1960

Porteus, S.D. "La M‚moire Subconsciente et sa Mesure." Rev. Psychol. Appl. 10 (1960): 139-150.

Porteus, S.D., J.E. Barclay, H.S. Culver, and J.P. Kleman. "Measurement of Subconscious Memory." Perceptual and Motor Skills 10 (1960): 215-229.

Porteus, Stanley. Ethnic Group Differences. Baltimore, Maryland: International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, 1960(?)

[14 p. Reprinted from Mankind Quarterly January 1961.]

1961

[1961-64. A. James Gregor (born Gimigliano) is an assistant professor of philosophy, University of Hawaii. He writes about & collaborates with Porteus. This is his first job out of graduate school. He has a 1961 Ph.D. in philosophy with a thesis on the fascist philosopher Giovanni Gentile. He has already published under several names in Oswald Mosley's journal The European, in Corrado Gini's journal Genus, in Eugenics Review, in publications of the International Institute of Sociology (on which, see Jerry Muller, The Other God That Failed), and in Mankind Quarterly. He is one of the young activists around IAAEE and Mankind Quarterly. After about a decade of racial research, first with Porteus and then with R. Travis Osborne's group (including Frank Miele and Donald Swan), he established his reputation as a sympathetic interpreter of Italian fascism. He was also a friendly analyst of contemporary right-wing authoritarian regimes in Asia & a participant in activities of the World Anti-Communist League.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Ethnic Group Differences." Mankind Quarterly (January 1961):

Gregor, A. James. Review of The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology by Stanley D. Porteus. In American Journal of Psychiatry 118 (December 1961): 512-513.

[As Prof. Robert S Cahill (Dept Political Science) noted in

his 1975 testimony to the Board of Regents, Prof. Gregor also

reviewed the maze test in the Sixth Mental Measurements

Yearbook.]

1962

[1962. Distinguished Contributions Award, Clinical Psychology Division, American Psychological Association.]

Porteus, S.D. "Maze Test Reports." Perceptual and Motor Skills 14 (1962): 58.

Porteus, S.D., and A.L. Diamond. "Porteus Maze Changes after Psychosurgery." Journal of Mental Science 108 (1962): 53-58.

Gregor, A. James. "The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology: A Review." Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962): 197-199.

[Summer 1962. Porteus conducts field expeditions with A. James Gregor among the Wailbri, Pintubi, and Aranda Aborigines in Australia. Gregor is funded through a summer consultancy, Human Genetics Fund.]

[July-Sept 1962. Mankind Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 1, lists three Assistant Editors: A James Gregor (Porteus's colleague at Hawaii), Robert Kuttner, and Donald Swan.]Porteus, S.D. "The Will to Live." Mankind Quarterly 3 (1962): 6-19.

Cited in: A James Gregor & D Angus McPherson, "A Study of Susceptibility to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian Aborigines," Psychologia Africana (Johannesburg) 11 (April

1965): 1-13

1963

Gregor, A. James, and Angus McPherson. "Personnel Selection Tests and Nonliterate Peoples." Mankind Quarterly 3 (January-March 1963): 151-158.

[Reports the results of Gregor's summer 1962 fieldwork, done

under Stanley Porteus's direction, among Australian

aborigines.]

Porteus, S.D., and A. James Gregor. "Studies in Intercultural Testing." Perceptual and Motor Skills 16 (1963): 705-724. ["Comparative intellectual & social adjustment data for males and females of various primitive groups are described."

Cited in:

A James Gregor & D Angus McPherson, "A Study of Susceptibility

to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian

Aborigines," Psychologia Africana (Johannesburg) 11 (April

1965): 1-13

Porteus, S.D. "Namatjira: Famous Australian Artist." Perceptual and Motor Skills 17 (1963): 13-14.

["The history of an Australian aboriginal artist is cited as an example o the potential ability in primitive groups and of the difficulties these groups encounter in trying to adapt to Western culture."]

Gregor, A. James. "Ethnocentrism Among Australian Aborigines: Some Preliminary Notes." Sociological Quarterly 4 (Spring 1963): 162-167.

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson. "The Correlation of the Porteus Maze and the Gestalt Continuation as Personnel Selection Tests of Peripheral Peoples." Journal of Psychology 56 (July 1963): 137-142.

[Manuscript received 8 April 1963. Reports on the Australian

field work.]

[September 1963. A James Gregor & A Angus McPherson deliver "Sociology & Mental Testing of Non-Industrial Peoples" and "Sociology and the Assimilation of Non-Industrial Peoples: A Report on the Assimilation of Australian Aborigines" at the 20th International Congress of Sociology, Argentina. Published in La Sociologia y las Sociedades en Desarrollo Industrial: Communications Before the XXth International Congress of Sociology, Cordoba: Universidade de Cordoba, 1963, vol. 2, pp. 337-350.

These papers are related to the Australian field work.]

1964

Porteus, Stanley D. Streamlined Elementary Education. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1964.

[On pre-school education.]

[April-June 1964. Last issue of Mankind Quarterly to list Gregor as an Assistant Editor.]

1965

Porteus, Stanley D. Porteus Maze Test: Fifty Years' Application. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1965. [Reprints the 19xx book. 320 p.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Maze Test and Clinical Psychology: Fifty Years' Application. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1965. [320 p.]

Gregor, A. James, and D. Angus McPherson. "A Study of Susceptibility to Geometric Illusion Among Cultural Subgroups of Australian Aborigines." Psychologia Africana (Johannesburg) 11 (April 1965): 1-13

[Manuscript received 6 Nov 1963.]

Porteus, Stanley D. "Educational Wastage." Perceptual and Motor Skills 20 (1965): 51-58.

Porteus, Stanley D. Testes des labyrinthes. Paris: Centre de psycholgie appliquee, 1965.

1966

Porteus, Stanley D., and Kenneth David. "Austalid Mental Development and Geriatric Decline." Perceptual and Motor Skills 23 (1966): 75-87.

Porteus, Stanley D. "Australid Environment: External and Internal." Perceptual and Motor Skills 23 (1966): 223-231.

Porteus, Stanley D. Review of Fact and Fiction in Psychology by Hans J. Eysenck. In Contemporary Psychology 11 (1966): 308-310.

1967

Porteus, Stanley D., S. Bochner, J. Russell, and Kenneth David. "Age as a Factor in Australid Mentality." Perceptual and Motor Skills 25 (1967): 3-16.

Porteus, Stanley D. In Race and Modern Science, edited by Robert Kuttner. New York: Social Science, 1967.

Newby, Idus A. Challenge to the Court: Social Scientists and the Defense of Segregation, 1954-1966. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, 1967.

New Race Doctrines: To Sustain 'White Supremacy'." Patterns of Prejudice 1 (November-December 1967): 21-23. [Discusses IAAEE.]

1968

Porteus, S.D. "New Applications of the Porteus Maze Test." Perceptual and Motor Skills 26 (1968): 787-798.

1969

Porteus, S.D. "The Porteus Maze and Clinical Psychology." Professional Psychology 1 (1969): 52-54.

1970

Porteus, S.D. "Possible Effects of Rate of Global Spin." Perceptual and Motor Skills 30 (April 1970): 503-509.

1972

[1972. Porteus dies.]

Porteus, Stanley D. The Psychology of Primitive People: A Study of the Australian Aborigine. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1972.

[Reprint of the 1931 edition. 438 p.]

1973

Porteus, Stanley D. Porteus Maze Test: Fifty Years' Application. Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1973.

[Another reprinting of the 19xx book. 320 p.]

 

1974

[July 1974. University of Hawaii Regents vote to name the big newly completed social sciences building after Stanley Porteus.]

[Fall 1974. Campus controversy over the naming of Porteus Hall. A Coalition to Rename Porteus Hall is formed.]

1978

[July-Sept 1978. Mankind Quarterly vol 19, no 1. This is the last issue edited of R. Gayre of Gayre. Porteus's name remains on his Editorial Advisory Board to the end. The next issue, which is published in Washington by Roger Pearson's Cliveden Press, lists no editorial advisory board and just says that a new one is being reorganized. When after three issues they finally get around to listing a new board, Porteus isn't on it.]

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