Charles E. Osgood Papers, 1939-83 | University of Illinois Archives
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Cross Cultural Research
Institute for Defense Analysis
National Institute of Mental Health
Social Science Research Council
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Papers of Charles Egerton Osgood, professor of communications and psychology (1949-84) and director of the Institute of Communications Research (1959-66), including correspondence (1949-81); publications (1939-81); manuscripts (1939-81); book reviews (152-81); clippings (1976-82); course materials (1946-81); and subject files relating to conferences (1954-72), organizations and foundations (1953-81), consulting and reviewing (1952-81) and research in foreign countries (1960-73), relating to psycholinguistics; semantics; cognition; measurement of meaning; communications doctoral program (1950-72); the Institute of Communications Research (1950-76); Department of Psychology (1949-77); Center for Advanced Study (1066-80); cross cultural research in Afghanistan, Finland, Hong Kong, India, Iran, & Yugoslavia; conferences and meetings; theses (1953-73); Arms Control & Disarmament Agency (1964-71); Institute for Defense Analysis (1960-64); nuclear policy peace research; the "Mankind 2000?" project on world problems (1977-82); invitations (1952-76) & recommendations (1947-64).
Correspondents include William F. Brewer, Wilbur Schramm, George Suci, Percy Tannenbaum and Christine Tanz. The series includes files on the American Psychological Association (1950-75) and Social Science Research Council (1952-67).