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which we did together, I stole from her, on racial identification
in Negro children, which we'll talk about some time.
But I think my master's thesis had some innocuous subject
like attitudes towards parents, in which I was more interested in
developing an attitude scale than I think I was in the subject matter--
although analysis might prove otherwise.
My doctor's dissertation had something to do with social
factors affecting memory and recall. This was --
I think maybe we ought to close up on this, because there's
a young man waiting for me now.
This concludes the interview of February 4, 1976, with Dr.
Kenneth B. Clark in New York City.
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