"A Study of the
Genesis and Dynamics of Psychopathic Personality as Revealed By
Combining The Clinical Case History and Experimental
Approaches," Ph.D. dissertation, Case Western University. Listed under Hall, Calvin Springer, Jr., U of Cal. Berkeley,
Volume S0028, Number AAI0140317
Theory of Ethical Behavior Based Upon - An Epigenetic Model,"
Schenectady, New York, 1959
for Understanding Human Behavior per the Existential Psychological
Point of View," early 1960s - several tables and lists
which reflect Dr. Graves' thinking at the time
"On the Theory
of Ethical Behavior," presented at the First Unitarian Society
of Schenectady, New York, 1961
Implications to Management of Systems – Ethical Theory,"
November 11, 1962
Human Existence and Their Relation to Value Analysis and Engineering," proceedings of the Fifth Annual Values Analysis
Conference, source of presentation unknown - (about 1964-1965)
and their Relation to Managerial Controls and Organizational
Viability," paper presented before the College of Management
Philosophy, The Institute of Management Sciences, Jack Tar Hotel,
San Francisco, February 3, 1965
Structure and Perceptual Readiness" (with B. Huntley and D.W.
LaBier) "An Investigation of Their Relationship to Hypothesized
Levels of Human Existence," (research carried out by Doug
LaBier) at Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. in May, 1965.
Enlarged Conception of His Nature," paper presented before the
Second Annual Conference on the Cybercultural Revolution at the
Hotel Americana in New York City, New York on May 27, 1965.
studies: "Blair Bischel" and "Glenn Spicer" Both
of these papers are listed as follows: Cases of John B. Miner, The
Management of Ineffective Performance, McGraw-Hill
of Work Standards," Harvard Business Review –
September/October – 1966, Vol.44, No. 5, pages 117-126 (Not
available for online reading - reprints from HBR.)
"On the Theory
of Value," presented at the National Institutes of Mental
Health, Washington, D.C., March, 1967.
Wise, Executives Are Reluctant Dragons," keynote address for
the Institute on Motivation and Productivity of the Public Personnel
Association, The Hudson-Mohawk Training Directors Society, The
Industrial Training Council and The Capital District Personnel
Association, In-Town Motel, Albany, New York, March 25, 1969.
"A Systems View
of Value Problems," IEEE Systems Science &
Cybernetics Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October, 1969. (revised in
Existence: An Open System Theory of Values," The Journal of
Humanistic Psychology, Fall 1970, Vol. 10. No. 2, pp. 131-154. (The
publisher does not authorize electronic reproduction. However, a
paper reprint is included in the book, Clare
W. Graves: Levels of Human Existence."
"The Levels of
Existence and their Relation to Welfare Problems,"
presented at the Annual Conference Meeting, Virginia State
Department of Welfare and Distribution, Roanoke, Virginia, May 6,
Dimensions of Student Disaffection," paper read at the 175th
anniversary celebration of the founding of Union College on May 7,
Management Strategy," with Helen T. Madden & Lynn P. Madden based
on an industrial study
Presentation by Dr. Clare W. Graves, Annual Meeting of The
Association of Humanistic Psychology, 1971
Existence Related To Learning Systems," paper read at the Ninth
Annual Conference of the National Society for Programming
Instruction, Rochester, New York, March 31, 1971
Levels of Human Existence" at the Washington School of
Psychiatry, Washington, D.C., October 16, 1971 (Based on a tape
transcription by William Lee, revised February, 2002. An expanded
and updated paperback
version with illustrations and tables is available from ECLET
Publishing as Clare
W. Graves: Levels of Human Existence.)
Whom Lead Who to Do What?" paper delivered for the YMCA
Management Forum of 1971-1972, Downtown Branch YMCA, St.
Louis, Missouri, November 9, 1971
"Let Us Bring
Humanistic and General Psychology Together: A Research Project
Needing to Become," paper presented at National Institutes of
Mental Health in Washington, D. C. on March 16, 1973
Quetico Centre, Canada, October, 1973
Prepares for a Momentous Leap," The Futurist magazine,
April 1974, pp. 72-87
Seminar at Quetico
Centre, Canada, June, 1974 (audio tapes)
Seminar at Quetico
Centre, Canada, August, 1974 (audio tapes)
with Cliff McIntosh, Quetico Centre (video
"What is Life All About? What
is it Meant to Be?" (tentative title for previously unpublished
book manuscript to be released 2005 as The Never Ending Quest
by ECLET Publishing.)
Existential Staircase," seminar on the Development, Nature,
Meaning and Management of The Levels of Existence, Emergent,
Cyclical, Double Helix Model of Adult Human Psychosocial Coping
Systems [1978 / same paper with graphs added 1980]
National Values Center in Dallas,
December, 1980 (audio tape)
Statement: The Emergent, Cyclical, Double-Helix Model Of The Adult
Human Biopsychosocial Systems," handout for presentation to
World Future Society, Boston, Mass., May 20, 1981 (temporary
Seminar Notes and
Handout prepared for NVC-sponsored programs (graphics to be
Dr. Graves' Union College Biography
and Obituary as it appeared
in the Concordy,
Clare W. Graves: Levels of Human Existence.
Transcription of recordings and
notes by William R. Lee from
Dr. Graves's presentation at the Washington School of
Psychiatry, 1971. ECLET Publishing, Santa Barbara.
Ending Quest: Clare W. Graves Explores Human Nature.
Compiled by Chris Cowan and Natasha Todorovic from Dr. Graves's
unpublished manuscript and excerpts from his writings. ECLET
Publishing, Santa Barbara.