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PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | Home
The Oklahoma Academy of Science in Relation to The Advancement of Science and Research in Oklahoma
Charles E. Decker, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 9-13
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I, ZOOLOGY (FRIDAY) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Seasonal Societies of Birds and Mammals in Seral Communities
H. M. Hefley, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Seasonal Fluctuations of Insect Populations in Seral Communities
H. M. Hefley, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Cyclic Character and Hibernation in Frogs
R. Holzapfel, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Notes on Measurements of a Few Box Turtles, Terrapene ornata (Agassiz) in Tulsa County
Loyd Patten, Tulsa. (Introduced by Edith R. Force.); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A Note on the Behavior of the Housefly
A. N. Bragg, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Preliminary Report on the Euphyllopoda of Oklahoma
J. G. Makin, Ada; 16 (1936); pp. 13-14
Distribution of Mollusc Remains in Soil Deposits of Central Oklahoma
R. F. Hedges, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
An Observation of an Adult Intestinal Roundworm, Ascaridia lineata (Schneider), within a Hen's Egg
Roy W. Jones, Edmond; 16 (1936); pp. 14-15
Notes on the Use of Certain Types of Killing Bottles in Insect Study
Roy W. Jones, Edmond; 16 (1936); pp. 15
The Invertebrate Population of a Central Oklahoma Prairie, November, 1934 to November, 1935
Martha W. Shackleford, Cickasha; 16 (1936); pp. 16-20
A Preliminary List of the Reptiles and Amphibians of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, near Shawnee
E. B. Webster, Shawnee; 16 (1936); pp. 20-22
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II, BOTANY | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Development of the Bud Scales of the White Mulberry
G. L. Cross, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Root Etchings and the Release of Carbon Dioxide by Roots
H. L. Chance, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Composition of Some Great Plains Grasses and the Influence of Rainfall on Plant Composition
H. F. Murphy, Stillwater, and H. A. Daniel, Goodwell; 16 (1936); pp. 37-40
Two Genera of Algae New to Oklahoma
A. H. Trowbridge, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Relative Distribution of Herbaceous Plants in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, during August, 1934
Ann G. Fishman, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 40-41
New Discoveries Within the State Extend the Range of Drosera and Cypripedium
Ora M. Clark, Bristow; 16 (1936); pp. 41-42
Some Native Plants of Wide Distribution
Ora M. Clark, Bristow; 16 (1936); pp. 42-44
Bryophytes and Pteridophytes of Some West Central Oklahoma Canyons
Elbert L. Little, Globe, Arizona (By title); 16 (1936); pp. 47-52
A Summer Key to Oklahoma Trees
Barbara Tenney, Tulsa (Introduced by Edith R. Force, Tulsa); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Studies on the Preservation of the Roots and Nodules of Legumes
Horace J. Harper, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 44-47
Additions to the List of Vascular Plants of Oklahoma
George J. Goodman, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A Case of Pollinia
Charles C. Smith, Edmond; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I, ZOOLOGY (SATURDAY) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Some Snails of the Gunnison National Forest
J. T. Self, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 22-24
Notes on the Blind Snake Leptotyphlops dulcis (Baird and Girard) in Northeastern Oklahoma
Edith R. Force, Tulsa; 16 (1936); pp. 24-26
Some Bird Records for Tulsa County, Oklahoma and Vicinity
Wallace Hughs and John S. Tomer, Tulsa (Introduced by Edith R. Force); 16 (1936); pp. 26-28
Bibliography of Oklahoma Zoology
A. H. Trowbridge, Norman (By title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A New Record for Hydra littoralis Hyman
A. N. Bragg, J. T. Self and A. H. Trowbridge, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 28-29
Distribution and Ecology of Oklahoma Tiger Beetles
O. Sandoz, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Hibernation in Leptinotarsa
M. M. Dunlap, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Cercaria concavocorpa N. Sp.
P.D. Sizemore, Warner; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Notes on Heroniums chelydrae Mac Callum
P. D. Sizemore, Warner; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Banding Harris's Sparrow in its Winter Range; A Preliminary Report
Paul J. Park, Tishomingo (Introduced by George A. Moore); 16 (1936); pp. 29-32
Development of the Blastoderm of the Chick as Indicated by the Mitotic Index
G. Ethel Derrick, Edmond (By title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II, PHYSIOLOGY | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
The Role of Muscular Acitivity in Mental Processes
M. O. Wilson, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Preliminary Reports of the Cause of the Epidemic of Encephalitis Which Occurred in St. Louis During the Summer of 1933
Alma J. Neill, Norman, (By title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Prophylaxis of Typhoid Fever with Special Reference to Oral Administration of Typhoid Vaccine
H. D. Moor, Oklahoma City; 16 (1936); pp. 61-63
The Influence of Age and Nutrition Upon Size and Morphology of B. mesentricus
C. Leon Todd and H. L. Chance, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 63
Observations on the Behavior of B and G Avitaminotic Rats and the Specific Growth Effect of Vitamin B
Ruth E. Reder, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 64-66
Water Ingestion and the Urinary Excretion of the Ether-Soluble Material in the B and G Avitaminotic Rats
Ruth E. Reder and W. D. Gallup, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 66-67
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, JOINT MEETING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
The Relation of Overgrazing to Rodent Population
P. G. Phillips, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Post-spireme Chromosome Length Relations in Hippiscus
O. Sandoz, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Reaction of Native Insects to Exotic Food Plants
H. M. Hefley, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Relationship of Insect Migration and Plant Quarantine
F. A. Fenton, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Organic Matter Content and Moisture Relations of Some Cropped and Virgin Soils
H. F. Murphy, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 36-37
The Spring Emergence of the Codling Moth
G. A. Bieberdorf, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 33-35
Some Notes on the Acrididae of Northern Oklahoma
J. H. Bragg, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Formation of Anthocyanin Pigments in Plants with Special Reference to Grapes
James E. Webster and Frank B. Cross, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Amphibia Found in a Survey of Tulsa County and Vicinity
A. P. Blair and H. D. Chase, Tulsa; 16 (1936); pp. 35-36†
†This paper is not listed in the original Table of Contents.
Trees and Shrubs of the Southeastern Oklahoma Protective Unit
Elbert L. Little, Jr., Globe, Arizona and Charles E. Olmsted, Chicago Illinois; 16 (1936); pp. 52-61†
†This paper is not listed in the original Table of Contents.
SECTION B, GEOLOGY, GEOGRAPHY AND ANTHROPOLOGY | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday)| Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Application of Geodetic Surveying to Local Needs
J. I. Luadermilk, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Pennsylvanian Correlation in Eastern Oklahoma
Robert H. Dott, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 67-69
Estimations of Underground Oil Reserves by Solubility Data
R. L. Huntington, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Important Micro-fossils from an East Texas Oil Field
Alice Quesenbery and J. A. Butts, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 69-70
Varying Atmospheric Humidity as a Factor in the Character of our Seasons
C. J. Bollinger, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Distribution of Paleozoic Dolomites
S. Weidman, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Alignment of Small Stream Valleys in the Great Plains of Oklahoma and North Central Texas
F. A. Melton, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Archeology of the Southern Plains
Forrest Clements, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Relation of Summer Temperature Departures in Oklahoma to Specific Humidity and Precipitation
C. J. Bollinger, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 70-71
SECTION B, GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES: PALEOTOLOGY, AGRONOMY AND GEOLOGY | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
A New Tertiary Mammal Deposit in Western Oklahoma
W. S. Strain and J. W. Stovall, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 72
Government Work on Natural Resources of Oklahoma
C. N. Gould, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 72-73
The Variation of the Fort Scott Limestone Along the Outcrop Between Claremore Mound and Concharty Mountain
A. N. Murray, Tulsa; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Lump Density and Porosity Relations in Sands
W. F. Cloud, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Present Applications and Probable Future Demands for Pressure Drilling
I. F. Bingham, Norman. (Introduced by C. E. Decker); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Erosive Character of the Solonetz-like B Horizon
H. F. Murphy, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 80-82
Initial Dip in Sedimentary Rocks
G. E. Anderson, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Origin of the Harbor Lakes of Western Michigan
O. F. Evans, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 74
Importance of Graptolites in Local and Widespread Correlation
C. E. Decker, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A New Specimen of Symbos from Chickasha, Oklahoma
J. Willis Stovall and J. Teague Self, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 74
The Deposition of Dust in Central Oklahoma During the 1935 Dust Storms
H. F. Murphy, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 74-75
A Drainage Change Involving the North and South Canadian Rivers
A. J. Williams, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 76-77
Three Horizons of Ostrea georgiana Conrad in the Claiborne Eocene of South Texas
R. W. Harris, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 77
Glacial Drift of Northern Missouri
H. C. Fletcher, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A New Species of Fossil Turkey-Peacock of Oklahoma
O'Reilly Sandoz and J. W. Stovall, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 77
Micro-Fossiliferous Zones of the Eocene-Oligocene section of Northern Mexico-South Texas
H. L. Durgen and L. W. Calahan, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 78-79
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
The Raman Effect of Simple Molecules
F. W. Crawford, Norman (By title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Why Do We Add Wave-Amplitudes in Treating Interference but Intensities in Treating Scattering?
G. A. Van Lear, Jr., and H. M. Hart, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 82-83
X-Ray Satellites of L-Alpha Lines
H. C. Roys and H. L. Cobb, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 83
Magnetic Susceptibilities in Weak Fields
Wm. Schriever and R. E. Smith, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 83-84
Electrical Resistance of Thin Metallic Films
John M. Boler, Edith Townes, and Duane Roller, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 84
Conditions for a Reduced Positive Quarternary Quadratic Form as Determined by a Four-Dimensional Point Lattice
S. B. Townes, Norman. (Introduced by N. A. Court); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum of Carbon Disulphide Vapor
J. Rud Nielsen, J. M. Crawford, Wanda Garrison Hale, and L. D. Huff, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 84
A Device for Checking the Dynamic Characteristics of a Multi-Element Vacuum Tube
Walter C. Hunter, Enid; 16 (1936); pp. 85-86
A Staff Project for the Development of Permanent Set-Ups for Lecture Demonstrations in Physics
Homer L. Dodge, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 86
The Use of Photoelectric Colorimeter in the Micro-Determination of Phenol in Biological Material. (A demonstration of photelectric equipment.)
Lee Purcell and V. G. Heller, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
On Homological Tetrahedrons
N. A. Court, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A Congruence Formed by the Common Perpendiculars to the Rays of a Flat Pencil and the Generators of a Cone
E. F. Allen, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Raman Spectra of some Halogen Derivatives of Methane
W. Matthews and J. Rud Nielsen, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Semi-Micro Qualitative Analysis in the School
Paul Arthur, Stillwater (Introduced by O. M. Smith); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Angular Constants of Microcrystalline Profiles and Silhouettes in the Conclusive Identification of Substances, II. Microsublimation, Microprecipitation, Tribromophenol Bromide, Picric Acid, Morphine, Mercuric Iodide, Trichites
A. C. Shead, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 87-89
Aryl Substituted Sulfone-Bis-Acetanides
Pearl Marie Paxton and Bruce Houston, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
An X-Ray Investigation of some Derivatives of Sulfone-Bis-Acetic Acid
R. F. Van Cleave and H. C. Roys, Norman. (By title); 16 (1936); pp. 89-90
The Solubility of Cobaltous Iodate
H. M. Trimble, Stillwater (By title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Oil: Gossypol Ratio of Cottonseeds and its Possible Effect on the Refining Loss of Crude Cottonseed Oil
Willis D. Gallup, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 90-93
Benefits to Be Derived from Cooperative Testing in General Chemistry
Otto M. Smith, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Band Spectrum of Silver Oxide
Tully O. Watson, Tahlequah; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Light Curves of Cepheid Variable Stars
L. V. Robinson, Oklahoma City. (Introduced by J. O. Hassier); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I, CULTURE AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION (FRIDAY) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection II, (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I, (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II, (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I, (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
State Planning Boards
Leonard Logan, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Will Sanctions Bring Italy to Terms?
T. H. Reynolds, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Mussolini and His Problem
Glen A Hawkins, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Liabilities of the Cities of Oklahoma for Torts
A. M. Gober, Oklahoma City; 16 (1936); pp. 93-95
Certain Features of the N. R. A. Labor Compliance in Oklahoma
John B. Ewing, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 95-96
Lee's Creek: A Cherokee District
Leslie Hewes, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 96-97
Civil and Criminal Liabilities of Military Subordinates
Harvey C. McCaleb, Norman. (Introduced by R. J. Dangerfield); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (FRIDAY) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Improvement in Tenure of Oklahoma School Administrators, 1917-1935
Herbert Patterson, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 97-98
Relation of Muscular Activity to Mental Processes
O. M. Wilson, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
A Comparative Study of the Effect of Equal Classroom Advantages upon Individual Differences in Achievement
Jessee Cardwell, Muskogee. (By Title); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Systematic Fact-Finding and Research on Teaching Loads in Colleges and Universities
Schiller Scroggs, Stilwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Present Status of Research on Teaching Loads in Colleges and Universities
Oliver Hodge, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 98-101
Factor Analysis Applied to Standard Tests and to High School Marks
Elmer B. Royer, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 101-102
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION I, CULTURE AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION (SATURDAY AM) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Saturday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Recent Social Security Legislation
Fred E. Jewett, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Economic Necessity of Urban Taxation for Support of Rural Institutions
J. T. Sanders, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Excess Member Bank Reserves
I. J. Sollenberger, Norman. (Introduced by F. L. Ryan); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Land is Our Heritage
Lloyd Godley, Stillwater. (Introduced by C. P. Blackwell); 16 (1936); pp. 104-107
The Variability of Farming Practices in Oklahoma
Peter Nelson, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 119-120
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES, SUBSECTION II, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (SATURDAY) | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Friday) | Section A, Subsection II, Botany | Section A, Subsection I, Zoology (Saturday) | Section A, Subsection II, Physiology | Section A, Joint Meeting of Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology, Geography and Anthropology | Section B, Paleontology, Agronomy and Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Subsection I (Friday) | Section D, Subsection II (Friday) | Section D, Subsection I (Saturday AM) | Section D, Subsection I, Subsection I (Saturday PM) | President's Address | Home
Age-grade Distribution of City, Consolidated, and Rural Elementary School Children
John F. Bender, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Factors which Condition the Training of Highschool Teachers in Oklahoma
John T. Hefley, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Some Recent Developments in Test Construction
Elmer B. Royer, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 107-109
A Psychological Study of Mating Behavior in Drosophila melanogaster
Richard Ledgerwood, Durant (Introduced by Guy A. Lackey); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Overlapping of Collegeability
Henry D. Rinsland, Norman. (Introduced by J. F. Bender); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Empirical Technic of Learning
Elmer J. Ortman, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 109
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Economic Considerations Involved in Setting Ginning Rates for Cotton by the State Corporation Commission
Roy A. Ballinger, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
High Points of the Rural Resettlement Program
D. P. Trent, Stilwater. (Introduced by J. T. Sanders); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Oklahoma Youth and the New Deal
Ira Rex LaCamp, Stillwater (Introduced by Otis D. Duncan); 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
The Institutionalism of John R. Commons
Virgle Glenn Wilhite, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Corporate Wealth in Oklahoma as a Cause of Inequality Among School Districts
C. F. Daily, Durant; 16 (1936); pp. 110-114
Permanent Spanish Influences in the Southwest
A. B. Thomas, Norman; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Social Backgrounds of Oklahoma Prisoners
J. J. Rhyne, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 114-115
A Survey of Juvenile Delinquency in Payne County from 1909 to 1930
W. Julian Fesler, Stillwater; 16 (1936)*
*Papers whose titles are not followed by page numbers are not included in this volume of the Proceedings.
Personnel Standards in Social Work in Oklahoma
Mattie Cal Gibson Maxted, Norman; 16 (1936); pp. 115-116
The Significance of the Lack of Education as a Cause of Recedivism Among Juvenile Delinquents
Jess Nathan, Tulsa; 16 (1936); pp. 116-119
The Principal Factors Associated with Farm Tenancy
Morris M. Blair, Stillwater; 16 (1936); pp. 102-103†
†This paper was not listed in the original Table of Contents.