82 爱德华斯 | Allen L. Edwards
Edwards's personal preference schedule
Professor Allen Edwards was affiliated with the UW Department of Psychology for half a century, from his arrival in Seattle in 1944 as an Associate Professor to his death in 1994. Allen was an outstanding teacher, researcher, and writer who is credited with changing the way modern psychological research is done by introducing statistical techniques to the science. Three of his seven books are considered landmarks in the field. Allen is also known for developing personality tests, in particular the Edwards Personality Inventory designed to eliminate the test-taker's bias towards socially desirable answers.
Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lectures