eye on society
Applying the Concepts and Methods of Organisational Psychology to Society
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Raven, J. (2005). Liberal
Education and Liberalism in Modern Society, The Good Society,
14(3), 29-37. Pennsylvania State University.
Raven, J. , Prieler, J, & Benesch. M. (2005). A replication and extension of the item-analysis of the Standard Progressive Matrices Plus, together with a comparison of the results of applying three variants of Item Response. WebPsychEmpiricist.
Raven, J. (2002). Implications of the Case Studies of Creative People for Psychometrics, American Psychologist, 57 (5), 370-379.
Raven, J. (2002). Spearman's Raven Legacy, Testing International, 12(2), 7-10.
Prieler, J. A, & Raven, J. (2002). The Measurement of Change in Groups and Individuals, with Particular Reference to the Value of Gain Scores: A New IRT-Based Methodology for the Assessment of Treatment Effects and Utilizing Gain Scores. WebPsychEmpiricist
Raven, J.& Navrotsky, V. (2001). The Development and Use of maps of Socio-Cybernetic Systems to Improve Educational and Social Policy, with particular reference to sustainability, Journal of Mental Changes, VII, 19-60. Required associated diagrams 20.4, 20.5, 20.6, Figure XXX
Raven, J. (1995). The
Universities, the development of competence and public policy, Capability,
Raven, J. (1994). The Organization and Facilitation of Research, Managing Education for Effective Schooling, 137-147. Trillium/Royal Fireworks.
Raven, J. (1993). Managing Society: The Past Belonged To Economists: The Future Belongs To Psychologists, Protection of the Environment, 521-563. Fundacja Srodkowoeuropejskie Centrum Ekonomii Dzialania Spolecznego, Lublin, POLOGNE.
Raven, J. (1992). The Crisis in Education, Anthropological Notebooks (2000). VI(1). 20-38, Slovene Anthropological Society.
Raven, J. (1981). The Most Important Problem in Education is to Come to Terms with Values, Oxford Review of Education, 7(3), 253-272. Available via JSTOR on-line journal archive
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Raven, J. (1977). School Rejection and its
Research, 20(1), 3-9.
Raven, J. (2001). Some Mysteries in the Short-Term Evolution Of Individual and Collective Intelligence.
Raven, J. (2000). Psychometrics, cognitive ability, and occupational performance, Review of Psychology, 7(1-2), 51-74
Raven, J. (1997). J. C. Raven and Contemporary Psychology, The Bulletin - Newsletter of the Scottish Branch of the British Psychological Society, 12-21.
Raven, J. (1997). Open Dialogue: Education, Educational Research, Ethics and the BPS, BPS Education Section Review, 21(2), 3-26.
Raven, J. (1991). The Wider Goals of Education: Beyond the 3 Rs, The Educational Forum, 55(4), 342-363.
Raven, J. (1990). Images of Organizations - Book review, Higher Education Review, 22, 82-85.
Raven, J. (1989). Parents, Education and Schooling, British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series No.4 Early Childhood Education, Edited by Charles W. Desforges, 47-67. Scottish Academic Press.
Raven, J. (1989). Questionable Assumptions In Test Construction, Bulletin de la Comission Internationale des Tests, 29, 67-69.
Raven, J. (1987). The Role of the Psychologist in the Modern Economy, Proceedings of the BPS/ESRC Conference on The Future Psychological Sciences, 119-140.
Raven, J. (1980). Teetering on the brink of a totalitarian society?, New Universities Quarterly, 34, 370-382.