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Anne Roe

Anne Roe (1904 – May 29, 1991) was an American clinical psychologist and researcher who studied creativity and occupational psychology. Her publications included The Making of a Scientist (1953) and the Psychology of Occupations (1956)

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Freedom, like charity, begins at home.

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a good part of the trick to being a first-rate scientist is in asking the right questions or asking ...

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There were a number of particularly delightful incidents. There is, for example, the physicist who i ...

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Freedom breeds freedom. Nothing else does.

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Nothing in science has any value if it is not communicated.

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so long as you believe that man is essentially evil in nature, and a more vicious doctrine was never ...

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The creative process is probably closest to problem solving, but it differs from it in a number of w ...

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It is a very rare church indeed that encourages its members to think for themselves in religious mat ...

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All children are curious, I think, but not all adults are.

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Nothing in science has any value to society if it is not communicated, and scientists are beginning ...

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