Kahn, Robert L.

Kahn, Robert L. (Louis)

(1918–  ) psychologist, systems theorist; born in Detroit, Mich. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, where he taught (1948–76) and directed the Survey Research Center. His research ranged over organizational and social psychology and survey methodology; his varied published works include books on electoral politics, unions, and surveys.
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