Making Place for a Comparative Scientist: Robert Means Yerkes at Harvard, 1902-1917
During the first decade of this century, Robert Meams Yerkes struggled to make a place for himself within Harvard University's Division of Philosophy as a comparative scientist. From the perspective of a young assistant professor, Yerkes' diary and letters permit a glimpse into the ail-too familiar struggle of establishing career and family.
International Journal of Comparative Psychology
Wight, Randall D. and Smith, Kristi, "Making Place for a Comparative Scientist: Robert Means Yerkes at Harvard, 1902-1917" (1998). Articles. 119.