The writer (John Ray)
28 August, 2022
A subject index to my academic articles
I was most surprised to learn that my academic journal articles are still widely read despite the most recent of them having been written 30 years ago. One reason for the relatively widespread attention they receive is that I have written on quite a range of different subjects. I thought therefore that it might be useful to make more widely available a breakdown of them into subject areas. See below.
Here are twenty-three lists of my articles under various classifications:
Neuroticism and anxiety
Dogmatism and mental rigidity
A-B personality and heart disease
Survey research methods
Critiques of other writers
Articles of libertarian interest
Articles relevant to Eysenck's theories
Articles using the "Directiveness" scale
Table of contents for my book Conservatism as heresy
The topical lists above do not at all however exhaust the topics I have written on. They are simply the topics on which I have written most. There are other topics on which I have written one or two papers only. See my complete list of publications (in order of publication date) for these.
You can also access my Unpublished academic articles and articles written for the internet only.
For lists of blog postings from me, see
EDUCATION WATCH INTERNATIONAL,
POLITICAL CORRECTNESS WATCH, and
I update those frequently.
Much less often, I update Paralipomena , A Coral reef compendium and an IQ compendium. I also put up occasional updates on my Personal blog and most days I gather together my most substantial current writings on THE PSYCHOLOGIST.
Email me here (Hotmail address). My Home Pages are here (Academic) or here (Personal). My annual picture page is here; My home page supplement; Menu of my longer writings; Subject index to my shorter notes