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Joseph P. Cangemi, Ed.D.
WKU Psychology  




Selected Bibliography


  1. Cangemi,J. (2011,July). Leader of the pack. Mensa Bulletin, Issue 546, 24-27.
  2. Sand,T.,Cangemi, J., & Ingram,J. (2011). Say again? What do employees really want at work? Organization Development Journal, 29 (2), 101-107.
  3. Cangemi,J., Davis, R., Sand,T., & Lott,J. (2011). Three levels of organizational challenges and change: Needed - Three different styles of leadership. Organization Development Journal, 29(1), 27-32. 
  4. Cangemi, J., Lazarus, H., McQuade, T., Fitzgerald, J., Conner, J., Miller, R., & Murphree, W. (2010). Some examples of successful leadership practices during turbulent times. Journal of Management Development, 30(1), 30-43.
  5. Cangemi, J. (2010). Eleven commandments of leadership success. Psychology And Education: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 49(3/4),47,48.
  6. Cangemi, J., & Pfohl, W. (2009). Sociopaths in high places. Organization Development Journal, 27(2), 85-96. Excerpted (2009, November 21) in Leading Thoughts. Retrieved from Excerpted (2009, November 25) in The Australian. (Australia)
  7. Cangemi, J. (2009) Analysis of an adversarial labor/management situation in a Latin American industrial setting: A case study using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Organization Development Journal, 27(1), 37-48.
  8. Miller, R., McVeigh, B., Mamaril, D., & Cangemi, J. (2008, July).  Best leadership practices of credit union leaders: A four country study. Paper presented at the World Council of Credit Unions Annual Conference, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China.
  9. Cangemi, J., Burga, W., Lazarus, H., Miller, R., & Fitzgerald, J. (2008). The real  work of the leader: A focus on the human side of the equation. Journal of Management Development, 27(10), )1026-1036. Award winning article. Considered one of the four best articles published by the Journal in 2008.
  10. Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (2008, June). What can we learn about leadership from experience and research in business and industry that may be valuable for leaders in education? Paper presented at the South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA) Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  11. Cangemi, J., & Miller, R. (2007). Breaking-out-of-the-box in organizations: Structuring a positive climate for the development of creativity in the workplace. Journal of Management Development, 26(5), 401-410.Republished (2007) in Private Bank e-news, 1(1),1-13. Excerpted (2010) in C. Prather,  Manager’s guide to fostering innovation and creativity (pp.131-132). NY: McGraw-Hill.
  12. Wafler, G., Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (2007). Leadership and mental health: Healthy vs. unhealthy leadership. In Russian translation in J. Cangemi, C. Kowalski, & T. Ushakova (Eds.), Psychology of contemporary leadership (pp.136-161). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology. (Russia)
  13. Cangemi, J., & Parsons, W. (2006). Some characteristics of executive entrepreneurs. Psychology and Education: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 43(1), 34-38.
  14. Cangemi, J. (2006, December). Developing trust within and outside the organization (in Italian translation). Etruria Oggi, 24(66), 14-19. Florence, Italy
  15. Cangemi, J. (2005). Effective leaders: The mandate for producing greater productivity and profits. Paper presented at the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  16. Cangemi, J., King, W., & Polenghi, G. (2005, July 11). Is the fashion industry ready to consider ethics and social responsibility?An introduction to Fashion for Good. Paper presented at Fashion for Good Conference, Florence, Italy.
  17. Cangemi, J., & Miller, R. (2005, September 7). Creating a positive climate for the development of creativity in the workplace. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
  18. Kowalski, C., &  Cangemi, J. (2005). Developing trust and distrust in higher education. In J. Cangemi, C. Kowalski, R. Miller, & T. Hollopeter (Eds.), Developing trust in organizations (pp.203-213).NY:McGraw Hill.
  19. Cangemi, J., & Miller, R. (2004) Exit strategies. Journal of Management Development, 23(10), 982-987.
  20. Cangemi, J., & Apple, R. (2002). Twelve challenges in the year 2002 and beyond for corporate and business leaders. Psychology and Education – An Interdisciplinary Journal, 39 (3/4), 36-42. Republished in Russian translation in J. Cangemi, C. Kowalski, & T. Ushakova (Eds.). (2007). Psychology of contemporary leadership (pp.15-22). Moscow:Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology. (Russia)
  21. Cangemi, J. (2002). Cobb Breeding Company - Sentence Completion Blank. Chelmsford, England: Tyson Foods - Cobb Vantress Division.
  22. Payne, K., Fuqua, E., & Cangemi, J. (2001). Gender and power. In K. Payne (Ed.), Different but equal: Communication between the sexes (pp.115-129). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  23. Payne, K., Kohler, P., Cangemi, J., & Fuqua, E. (2000). Communication and strategies in the mediation of disputes. Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector, 29(1),  29-47.
  24. Cangemi, J., Miller, R., & Hollopeter, T. (2000, June). When leadership fails: Lessons from the 90’s and new directions for 2000 and beyond. Paper presented at the International Conference on Psychology, Haifa, Israel. Published (2000) in Organization Development Journal, 20(4),31-40.
  25. Cangemi, J. (2000). Leadership and micro-managing: What are the consequences? IFE: Psychologia— An International Journal, 9(1), 212-218. (Nigeria)
  26. Cangemi, J. (2001, December). La comunicacion efectiva: Se escucha, se comprende y se practica. (Effective communication: Listen, understand, practice.) Paper presented at the Annual Executives Meeting, Grupo Continental – Coca Cola of Mexico, Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico.
  27. Cangemi, J. (1999). Developing personal power: A requisite for effectiveness in organizations. Journal of Individual Employment Rights, 8(3),219-229.
  28. Cangemi, J., Noble, C., Payne, K., Kowalski, C. & Snell, J. (1999). Chaos theory, catastrophic theory, and  topological theory: Examples and perspectives. Psychology— A Journal of Human Behavior, 36(2),11-20.
  29. Miller, R., & Cangemi, J. (1999, April 10). America’s employee attitudes in the 1990’s: Changing attitudes for changing times. Poster presentation at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland.Published (2001) in Education, 120(3), 449-454.
  30. Chaffins, S., Fuqua, E., Cangemi. J., Crabtree, J.,  Bali, J., Kowalski, C., & Clouse, W. (1998). The other side of Japanese leadership. Organization Development Journal, 16 (2), 9-19 .
  31. Fuqua, E., Payne, K., & Cangemi, J. (1998). Leadership and the effective use of power. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 15E(4), 36-41.
  32. Payne, K., & Cangemi, J.(1998). Power and the esteemed professorate. Education, 118(3), 394-405.
  33. Payne, K., Cangemi, J., Kohler, P., & Fuqua, E. (1998-1999). Violation of the psychological contract and the development of unions and strikes: The defense of the individual’s employment rights. Journal of Individual Employment Rights, 7(1), 33-47.
  34. Fuqua, E., Cangemi, J., & Payne, K. (1997). Leadership and the psychological contract. Journal of Individual Employment Rights, 6(3), 193-199.
  35. Cangemi, J. (1997). How leaders and organizations handle stress. IFE: Psychologia —An International Journal, 5(1),1-10. (Nigeria). Republished in M. Loring (Ed.). (1998). Trauma as a social problem (pp.122-131). NY: Science Publishers.
  36. Luckabaugh, B., Fuqua, E., Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1997). Terrorism and United States foreign policy: Who is the enemy?  Psychology — A Journal of Human Behavior, 34(2), 1-15.
  37. Cangemi, J. (1997). The North American automotive aftermarket: Where is it and where is it going? The role of NAFTA in today’s aftermarket. Paper presented at the Venezuelan Aftermarket Chamber of Commerce Meeting, Caracas, Venezuela.
  38. Cangemi, J., & Kahn, K.H. (1997). Successful senior level leaders. What are they like? Chinese Journal of Applied Psychology, 3(1), 19-23. (China)
  39. Payne, K., Cangemi, J., Fuqua, E., &  Muhlekamp, R. (Eds). (1997-1998).  Leadership and employee empowerment: Freeing employees’ psychological rights to grow on the job.  Journal of Individual Employment Rights, 6(3), 201-217.
  40. Payne, K., Fuqua, E., & Cangemi, J. (1997). Women as leaders. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 4(4), 44-63.
  41. Cangemi, J.(1996). Leadership and change. National Forum for Educational Administrative and Supervision Journal, 14(1), 42-47. Presented (2003, October 8) as Leading change — The mandate of leadership at Bridgestone/Firestone Annual Partners’ Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
  42. Swing, R., & Cangemi, J. (1996).  Some advice from graduating seniors to entering college freshmen. College Student Journal, 30 (1), 85-90.
  43. Chaffins, S., Forbes, M., Fuqua, E., & Cangemi, J. (1995). The glass ceiling: Are women where they should be? Education, 115(3), 380-386.
  44. Fuqua, E., Cangemi, J., Chaffins, S., & Kowalski, C. (1995). Group think: A hindrance to effective decision-making in organizations. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 13(1), 47-57.
  45. Claypool, J., & Cangemi, J.(1993). Evaluating the performance of the human resources department: A case study. Organization Development Journal, 11(1), 45-50.
  46. Herkelmann, K., Dennison, T., Branham, R., Bush, M., Pope, K., & Cangemi, J.  (1993, Fall). Women in transition: Choices and changes.  Education,114 (1), 127-143. Republished (1994) in Portuguese translation in Educacao e Filosofia, 8(16), 129-159. (Brazil)
  47. Cangemi, J. (1993, October). What successful leaders do/do not do. The Grapevine. (Gray Construction Company, Glasgow, KY). Presented (1994, May) at Suceava University, Suceava, Romania. Republished (1996) in Transylvania Review, 5(1), 149-154.  Romania—Romanian Cultural Foundation.
  48. Miller, R., & Cangemi, J. (1993).  Why TQM fails. Journal of Management Development, 12, 40-50.
  49. Lucier, C., Boucher, M., White, J., Kowalski, C., & Cangemi, J. (1992). Developing trust Japanese style: Reconciling Japanese and American management practices. Organization Development Journal, 10(2), 49-56.
  50. Cangemi, J. (1992). Some observations of successful leaders and their use of power and authority.  Education, 112(4), 499-505.
  51. Cangemi, J. (1992, February).  Developing a successful customer-driven organization. Paper presented at the National Electrical Manufacturers Association Annual Meeting, Key West, FL.
  52. Morgado, I., Cangemi, J., Miller, R., & O’Conner, J. (1992). Accuracy of decoding facial expressions in those engaged in people-oriented activities vs. those engaged in non-people oriented activities. Interamerican Journal of Psychology, 26(1), 63-70. Also published (1993) in Studia Psychologica,
    (1),73-80. (Czechoslovakia)
  53. Lucier, C., Boucher, M., White, J., Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1992). Exploring values of Japanese and American management systems. Education, 112(4), 487-498. Republished in Russian translation in J. Cangemi, C. Kowalski, & T. Ushakova (Eds.). (2007). Psychology of contemporary leadership (pp.271-282). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology. (Russia)
  54. Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1992). Does a hierarchy of significance exist in the mental health professions? Educacao e Filosofia, 6(12), 129-139. (Published in Portuguese translation). (Brazil). Republished (1993) in Education, 113(3), 489-496.
  55. Cangemi, J. (1991, October). Notes on my philosophy of teaching. Teaching Spirit, 2(4),1-3. (Western Kentucky University)
  56. Edwards., M., Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1990). The college dropout and institutional responsibility.  Education, 111(1), 107-116.
  57. Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1989, August 27).  Democracy doesn’t put food on the Polish tables. Syracuse Herald American. Syracuse, NY.
  58. Heitt, A., Cangemi, J., & Kowalski, C. (1989). Developing healthy organizations: Utilizing organization development techniques. Paper presented at University Damiao de Gois (COCITE), Lisbon, Portugal.
  59. Cangemi, J. (1988, May 14). Some advice to the 1988 graduating class of William Woods College: Sign your name with excellence. Fulton, MO: William Woods College. (Monograph, Commencement Address)
  60. Taylor, W., & Cangemi, J. (1988). The effect of occupational stress on health and illness – A model. Psychology, 25(314), 53-64.
  61. Petosa, R., Baum, R., Cangemi, J., & Harryman, M. (1987, June). Relationship between self-actualization and self-reported health practices. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 64(6), 1091-1094.
  62. Cangemi, J., Rice, J., & Kowalski, C. (1987, September 4).  The development, decline, and renewal of trust in an organization. Paper presented at the Seventh Organization Development World Congress, Kazan, USSR. Presented (1998, May) in Chinese translation at Lanzhou University, Department of Management Science, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, People’s Republic of China.
  63. Cangemi, J., (1987). Management or participative management - Dilemma of organizations. Studies in Political Science, 4, 161-162. (Poland)
  64. Cangemi, J., Davenport, M., Harryman, M., & Kowalski, C. (1987). Work related interests of public sector employees in a period of depressed economic activity. Organization Development Journal, 5(1), 38-43.
  65. Marshall, K., Capps, R., Cangemi, J., & Caillouet, L. (1986). Exploring organizational trust and its multiple dimensions: A case study of General Motors. Organization Development Journal,4(2), 31-39.
  66. Cangemi, J.(1985). Review of Robert Carkuff’s The Exemplar  in The Guide Post. American Association of Counseling and Development, Washington, DC. Also published(1986)in Journal of Human Behavior and Learning, 3(2), 4-5. 
  67. Cangemi, J., & Bartleson, F. (1983). A brief psychology of discrimination against women. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 10(1),3-8.
  68. Taylor, W., & Cangemi, J. (1983). Participative management and the Scanlon Plan – A perspective on its philosophy and psychology.  Psychology, 20(1),43-46. Also published in Spanish translation in J. Cangemi (Ed.), Lecturas en gerencia participative (pp. 57-61). Bucaramanga, Colombia, South America: La Sociedad Colombiana de Ingenieros Industriales y Administradores.
  69. Cangemi, J.(1983). The real purpose of higher education: Developing self-actualizing personalities. In C.Kowalski & J. Cangemi (Eds), Perspectives in higher education (pp. 101-108). NY:Philosophical Library.
  70. Cangemi, J. (1983, August). Four forces of Japanese style management. Akron, O: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, World Tire Group. Videotape, 50 minutes.
  71. Cangemi, J. (1983). Do negative faculty cause student rebellion? In C. Kowalski & J. Cangemi (Eds.), Perspectives in higher education  (pp.87-89). NY:Philosophical Library.
  72. Cangemi, J., & Wassom, E. (1982). An investigation of the college of engineering in a renowned university in Latin America. College Student Journal, 16(3),205-208.
  73. Cangemi, J. (1982, September). Participative management as a foundation of quality of work life. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Washington, DC.
  74. Cangemi, J. (1982, October). Ethical behavior in organizations. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Kentucky Association of Admissions Directors and Registrars,Bowling Green, KY. Published (1983) as Ethical behavior and mental health. In Journal of the Kentucky Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, 11, 13-15.
  75. Cangemi, J. (1981). Review of Soviet and Chinese Personalities by W. Heiliger. In International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 5(1), 95-96.
  76. Cangemi, J. (1981, August). A study of the perceptions of Firestone Tire and Rubber Company employees in Mexico City and Cuernavaca, Mexico and their relationship to failure in attaining scheduled productivity levels. Akron, OH: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, International Division.
  77. Kowalski, C., & Cangemi, J. (1981, Fall)). Creative and participatory management in higher education: A mandate for the 80’s. OATYC Journal, 7(1),15-20. (Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges).
  78. Cangemi, J., & Guttschalk, G. (1980) What employees really want from their jobs. In J. Cangemi & Guttschalk (Eds.), Effective management - A humanistic perspective (pp. 17-21). NY: Philosophical Library. Also published (1986) in Psychology, 23(2/3), 57-61. Excerpted (1987, November) in Self Magazine, 42. Republished (1987) in Studies in Political Science, 21,150-153. (Poland). Excerpted (1987) in P. Rosenfeld, Handbook of lecture launchers and repro masters for Introductory Psychology. N.Y.: Random House.
  79. Cangemi, J. (1980). Carnaval celebrations in Trinidad: Some psychological impressions. Intercambio Internacional, 5(1),10-11. (Western Kentucky University).
  80. Claypool, J., & Cangemi, J. (1980). The annual employee earnings and benefits letter. Personnel Journal, 59(7), 563-566.
  81. Cangemi, J. (1980). Some further views on changes in hiring practices. Personnel Journal, 59(6), 10-11.
  82. Guttschalk, G., & Cangemi, J. (1980). Management styles to avoid.  In  J. Cangemi & G. Guttschalk (Eds.), Effective management - A humanistic perspective (pp. 96-99).  NY: Philosophical Library.
  83. Kahn, K. H., & Cangemi, J. (1979). Social learning theory: The role of imitation and modeling in learning socially desirable behavior. Education, 100(1), 41-46.
  84. Taylor, W., & Cangemi, J. (1979). Employee theft and organizational climate. Personnel Journal, 58(10), 686-688.
  85. Jenkins, W., & Cangemi, J. (1979).  Levels of intensity of dissatisfaction: A model. Education, 99(2), 385-386.
  86. Cangemi, J. (1979). Interpersonal relations on the college campus and declining enrollment: Is there any relationship? Journal of the Kentucky Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, 7,1-5.
  87. Cangemi, J. (1979). A seven-hour self-awareness, growth oriented, human relations program for clock employees. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 3(3), 34-37.
  88. Tucker, G., & Cangemi, J. (1979). Andersonville Prison: A brief account of organizational failure. Psychology, 16(4),59-62.
  89. Claypool, J., & Cangemi, J.  (1978). Complimentary interviews: A system for rewarding outstanding employees. Personnel Journal, 57(2), 87-90. Also published in Behavior Improvement News, 2(4), 6. Condensed in Executive Digest, 2.
  90. Cangemi, J., & Kesler, T. (1978). Lewis Madison Terman. Biographical dictionary of American educators (pp.1279-1280). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
  91. Wassom, E., & Cangemi, J. (1977). Some perspectives gleaned from library consulting experiences in Latin America. Education, 98(2), 206-209.
  92. Cangemi, J. (1977). The impact of the college experience on some students. Issues in Education, 3(1), 11-12.
  93. Mitchell, D., & Cangemi, J. (1977). Interactional analysis and the counseling interview. College Student Journal, 11(3), 243-249.
  94. Cangemi, J. (1976). Negative student-professor, student- departmental relations. The catalyst behind campus rebellion? Issues in Education, 2(1),10. Also published in University Administration, 3(1),46-47. (India). Republished (1977) in International Journal of Experimental Research in Education, 14(1), 161-163. (Belgium).
  95. Cangemi, J. (1976). The drive for power as a factor in learning.  Psychology,13(4), 54-55. Republished (1977) in  Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis/International Journal of Experimental Research in Education,14(1),161-163. (Belgium)
  96. Cangemi, J. (1975). Characteristics of self-actualizing personalities. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Association of Teachers of Educational Psychology, University of Toledo, Toledo, O.
  97. Cangemi, J., Martray, C., & Craig, J. (1975). A facilitative model for psychological growth in teacher training programs. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Association of Teachers of Educational Psychology, University of Toledo, Toledo, O. Published (1977) in Education, 98(2), 161-164.
  98. Cangemi, J., Clark, L., & Harryman, M. (1975). Needs of pro-union employees versus needs of pro-company employees as expressed by the employees themselves. Akron, O.: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Division of Corporate Salaried Personnel. Published (1976) in Personnel Journal, 55(9), 451-453.
  99. Cangemi, J., & Englander, M. (1974). From self-awareness to self-actualization. College Student Journal, 8(3), 88-92.
  100. Kowalski, C., & Cangemi, J. (1974). High school dropouts—A lost resource.  College Student Journal, 8(4),71-74. Excerpted (1992) in J. Khatena, Gifted: Challenge and response for education (pp. 61-63). Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers.
  101. Cangemi, J., & Coan, D. (1973). A clinical method of identifying potential dropouts. College Student Journal, 7(1), 33-40.
  102. Laird, A. W., & Cangemi, J. (1973). The lost ones – The gifted. Gifted Child Quarterly, 17(3), 175-181.
  103. Cangemi, J. (1973, November). The importance of self-awareness in the process of self-actualization. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Kentucky Academy of Arts and Sciences, Transylvania College, Owensboro, KY.
  104. Cangemi, J. (1971). Deserciones escolares: Sintomas y causas. (School dropouts: Symptoms and causes.) Revista Mexicana de Psicologia, 5(1), 22-28. (Mexico)
  105. Cangemi, J., & Cann, K. (1971). Peter’s principal principle. Personnel Journal,
    (11),872-877. Published (1975) in Portuguese translation in Intercambio Internacional, 1(3), 6-7. (Western Kentucky University). Also published (1975) in Spanish translation in Revista de Psicologia General Y Aplicada, 30 (135), 637-643. (Spain). Excerpted in M. Schaefer, F. Massey, & R. Hermanson (1979 Winter). The Peter Principal revisted: An economic perspective. In Human Resource Management, 18 (4), 81.
  106. Cangemi, J. (1970). The Madison project. In O. Mink & B. Kaplan (Eds.), America’s problem youth: Education and guidance of the disadvantaged (pp.129-136). Scranton, PA: International Textbook Company.
  107. Cangemi, J. (1970). Conversation with Chet Huntley (Evening News Anchor). Division of  Radio. Television. Film. Western Kentucky University. Color, sound,16mm, 30 minutes.
  108. Cangemi, J. (1969). Conversation with General S.L.A. Marshall. (U.S. Army’s Military Historian).  Division of  Radio. Television. Film. Western Kentucky University.  Color, sound, 16mm, 30 minutes.
  109. Cangemi, J. (1968). The effects of a course in human relations on the later attitudes of a group of Orinoco Mining Company supervisors. United States Steel Corporation, Orinoco Mining Division. Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela. Published (1971) in Spanish translation in Revista de Psicologia General Y Aplicada, 113, 849-851. (Spain)
  110. Cangemi, J. (1968). Development of a vocational guidance program for Ciudad Guayana schools 1975-1980. Paper presented at the Harvard University-Venezuelan Corporation of Guayana (CVG) Meeting on Technical Improvement, Puerto Ordaz, Estado Bolivar, Venezuela.
  111. Cangemi, J. (1969). Disturbed parents: A challenge to the school. Kentucky Education Journal, 48(10), 16, 34-35. Condensed (1969, December) in Education Digest, 35(4), 22-25. Also published (1969) in New York State Counselor Association Journal, 3 (2), 17-21. Excerpted (1970) in Quote Magazine, 59 (6), 133.
  112. Cangemi, J. (1969). The overseas Americans. Personnel Journal, 42(2), 118-120. Excerpted (1969, March) in Quote Magazine, 30(13), 246.
  113. Cangemi, J. (1967). A comment on the dynamics of life chances and education. Journal of  Negro Education, 36(4), 424-426.
  114. Cangemi, J. (1965). An experimental attempt to foster emotional and intellectual development among a group of potential dropouts through a work study technique. Paper presented at the New York State Psychological Association Annual Convention, Albany, NY.
  115. Cangemi, J. (1965). A short term course for potential dropouts. American Vocational Journal, 40(1), 10-14. Reprinted (1966) in Catalog of Selected Documents on the Disadvantaged. Doc. ED 001 687, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, DC.



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