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Appendix A Contents of Part IT Behavioral and Social Science Research: A National Resource PartlI is available from the National Academy Press. RESEARCH IN FORMAL DEMOGRAPHY Jane Menken and James Trussell THE STUDY OF VOTING Philip E. Converse, Heinz Eulau, and Warren E. Miller BEHAVIOR AND HEALTH* David S. Krantz, David C. Glass, Richard Contrada, and Neal E. Miller EARNINGS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME: INSIGHTS FROM ECONOMIC RESEARCH James J. Heckman and Robert T. Michael CULTURAL MEANING SYSTEMS Roy G. D'Andrade THE LIFE-SPAN PERSPECTIVE IN SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH* David L. Featherman ADVANCES IN METHODS FOR LARGE-SCALE SURVEYS AND EXPERIMENTS* Judith M. Tanur *Papers prepared jointly for the Social Science Research Council and the Committee on Basic Research in the Behavioral and Social Sciences. 115

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116 Appendix A RESEARCH IN PSYCHOPHYSICS L. D. Braida, Tom N. Cornsweet, N. I. Durlach, David M. Green, Alvin Liberman, Herschel Leibowitz, R. Duncan Luce, Richard Pew, and Carl Sherrick COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIRST YEARS OF LIFE Katherine Nelson TERRITORY, PROPERTY, AND TENURE Robert M. Netting READING AS A COGNITIVE PROCESS Patricia A. Carpenter and Marcel A. Just FROM EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: BEHAVIOR THERAPY AS A CASE STUDY G. Terence Wilson