Psychoanalysis & Science Bibliography


Miller, N. E. (1948).  Theory and experiment relating psychoanalytic displacement to stimulus-response generalization. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 43, 155-178.

Miller, N. E. (1951).  Comments on theoretical models. Illustrated by the development of a theory of conflict behavior. Journal of Personality, 20, 82-100.

Miller, N. E. (1957).  A psychologist speaks.  In H. D. Kruse (Ed.), Integrating the approaches to

mental disease (pp. 43-45).  New York: Hoeber.

Miller, N. E. (1964).  Some implications of modern behavior theory for personality change and psychotherapy.  In D. Byrne & P. Worchel (Eds.), Personality change (pp. 149-175).  New York: Wylie.

Miller, N. E. (1968).  Experiments relevant to psychopathology.  In F. C. Redlich, G. L. Klerman, R. K. McDonald, & J. F. O’Connor (Eds.), The university and community mental health (pp. 53-69).  New Haven: Yale University Press.

Miller, N. E. (1968).  Visceral learning and other additional facts potentially applicable to psychotherapy.  In R. Porter (Ed.), The role of learning in psychotherapy (pp. 294-309).


Miller, N. E., Brown, J., Klebanoff, S., & Lipofsky, M. (1939).  Indecision and conflict; psychological theory tested by experiments on rats. Yale Science Magazine, 13, 22-33.

Miller, N. E. (with Sears, R. R., Mowrer, O. H., Doob, L. W., & Dollard, J.) (1941).  I. The frustration-aggression hypothesis.  Psychological Review, 48, 337-342.

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