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Note 11 supra

Ibid

Ibid

Cramton, Driver Behavior and Legal Sanctions at 186-7 (2d Annual Traffic Safety Research Symposium 1968)

Note 3 supra

Ibid

Lawton, Automobile Insurance Law - An Engineering Appraisal, 36 Ins
Counsel J 347-53 (1969)

Note 3 supra

Redfield, Cross Examination And The Witness at 5-6 (1963)

Note 3 supra

Morris, New Car Insurance Would Drop Liability System (N.Y. Times,
Oct 22, 1968)

Burnham, Psychologist Says Pressures of Big City Life Are Transforming Americans Into Potential Assassins (N.Y. Times, April 20, 1969)

Krech & Crutchfield, Elements of Psychology at 315-6 (1961)

Hahn, An Introduction To Psychology at 142 (1962)

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Address by P. W. Cherington, 1.1.H.S., Traffic Safety Research Conference, 1969

Note 9 supra

Note 7 supra

Note 12 supra

Ibid

Berkowitz, The Expression And Reduction Of Hostility at 600 (Contemporary Research In Social Psychology 1969)

Walters, Implications Of Laboratory Studies Of Aggression For The Control And Regulation of Violence at 589-90 (Social Psychology 1969)

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Festinger, Shacter & Back, The Operation Of Group Standards at 480 (Basic Studies In Social Psychology 1965)

Note 75 supra

ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES

Alsop, Profile of Konrad Lorenz, at 39-93, New Yorker Magazine

(March 8, 1969)

De Ropp, Drugs And The Mind, 308 pp., New York (1957)

Dizmang, Suicide Among The Cheyenne Indians, at 3-4, Bulletin of Suicidology,

USGPO (July, 1967)

Helson & Beven ed., Contemporary Approaches To Psychology, 596 pp.,

Princeton, N.J. (1967)

Jacobsberg, Implementing The 1.1.H.S. Research Program, Insurance Institute

for Highway Safety (1969)

Karn & Gilmer, Readings' In Industrial And Business Psychology, 515 pp.,

New York (1962)

Klineberg & Christie ed., Perspectives In Social Psychology, 214 pp.,

New York (1965)

Lindgren ed., Contemporary Research In Social Psychology, 653 pp.,

New York (1969)

Lorenz, On Aggression, 306 pp., New York (1966)

McNamee, Mello & Mendelson, Experimental Analysis Of Drinking Patterns Of

Alcoholics: Concurrent Psychiatric Observations, 81-87, American Journal of Psychiatry (Feb 1968)

Redlich & Freedman, The Theory And Practice of Psychiatry, 725 pp., New York

(1966)

Reisman & Denney, The Lonely Crowd, 315 pp., New Haven, Conn. (1961) Steiner & Fishbein, Current Studies In Social Behavior, 532 pp., New York

(1965)

Thompson, The Pelican History Of Psychology, 464 pp., Baltimore, Md. (1968)

Traffic Institute, Driving Under The Influence of Drugs, 10 pp., Evanston,

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Withe ford, Turnpike Traffic Observations, at 3-35, Traffic Engineering

(March, 1969)

Woolridge, Mechanical Man - The Physical Basis Of Intelligent Life, 212 pp.,

New York (1968)

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