Stanley, Julian C.

(b. 1918, Macon, Georgia). Ed.D., Ed.M., Graduate School of Education, Harvard University; B.S. Education, Georgia Southern University.

Stanley, Professor of Psychology Emeritus and Director of the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth at the Johns Hopkins University, is one of the most influential educational and behavioral statisticians of the past half century.

The epic collaboration of Stanley's research career was in 1960 with Donald Campbell while he was at Northwestern University and Stanley was at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. They coauthored a chapter for a handbook that resulted in a separate short-book publication titled Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research. Thanks to Campbell's grasp of the theory of research and Stanley's statistical contributions, this little book has been widely used (at least a quarter of a ...

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