Prediction: Research, Correspondence, Application, Validation
- 1911 - 1972
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As an outgrowth of their studies of both adult and juvenile delinquents, the Gluecks developed so-called prediction tables and other types of forecasting devices which would aid in recognizing potential delinquents in early life.
This Series includes some of the Gluecks' research material on prediction; correspondence from individuals, organizations and agencies who were interested in the Gluecks' research and findings and who planned to use the Gluecks' tables and devices; correspondence from individuals, professional groups and private social or public agencies who had made use of the Glueck devices and who were prepared to share or make public their validations; critiques of the Glueck tables and findings; plans for future publications on prediction; and various miscellany.
Period covered is the 1950's and 1960's, beginning roughly with the publication of UNRAVELING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY (1950). Correspondence includes letters received and carbons of letters sent.
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