The papers document Donald C. Stone's work with Ornstein and Swencionis on the
est Outcome Project, and the development of his doctoral research, including his various publications on the human potential
movement, up to the completion of his doctoral dissertation.
Donald C. Stone, Jr., while a graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley, 1972-1981, was a teaching assistant for sociologist, Robert Bellah. Stone also worked with psychologist, Robert Ornstein, and psycho-physiologist, Charles Swencionis, at the University of California San Francisco Medical School, on their est Outcome Study.
They were interested in demonstrating statistically a relationship between the graduates of Erhard Seminars Training [est] and their physical and mental well-being.
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