American Psychologists and Wartime Research on Germany , 1941-1945

@inproceedings{Hoffman2004AmericanPA,
  title={American Psychologists and Wartime Research on Germany , 1941-1945},
  author={L. Hoffman},
  year={2004}
}
During World War II, behavioral scientists working for several U.S. agencies—principally the Office of Strategic Services, but also the Office of War Information, the Strategic Bombing Survey, and military authorities—advanced personality and social psychology through their investigations of the nature of Nazism, Adolf Hitler's personality, the German national character, and Germans' reactions to the war. Studies by Erik Erikson, Walter Longer, Henry Murray, and others illustrate psychologists… Expand

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