Finding Aid for the John Lyman Papers LSC.0388
Finding aid prepared by Jasmine Larkin, 2020.
UCLA Library Special Collections
Online finding aid last updated 2020 December 23.
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: John Lyman papers
Creator: Lyman, John, 1921-1977
Identifier/Call Number: LSC.0388
Physical Description: 5.0 Linear Feet (5 cartons)
Date (inclusive): 1946-1981
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Language of Material: Materials are in English.
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John Henry Lyman was born on May 29, 1921 in Santa Barbara, California; AB (1943), MA (1950) and Ph. D in psychology (1951), UCLA; instructor in engineering (1950-52), asst. professor (1952-56), assoc. professor in engineering and psychology (1956-63), and professor, UCLA; appointed head of biotechnology laboratory, 1971; managing editor of publications (1958-65), vice president (1959) and president (1968), Human Factors Society; Fellow, American Psychology Assn.; research interests included: engineering psychology, biotechnology, theory of self-organizing processes, perceptual and motor skills, environmental control, prosthetics, human organization and system design and management.
UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4233345
[Identification of item], John Lyman papers (Collection 388). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
Collection consists of personal papers, including class records, term papers, subject and project files, miscellaneous printed items and personal publications.
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