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S. Academy of Medicine and Psychiatry. R. (1985), a Century Award from the United Nationssponsored International Organization of Psychophysiology (1998), and an award from the Russian Academy of Business (2001). Spurred by bitter experiences during the siege of Leningrad in World War II, Bechtereva developed “a very intensive hatred toward any kind of war” and has been active in antiwar movements. Further Reading Bechtereva, Natalia P. ” In Women Scientists: The Road to Liberation, edited by Derek Richter, 136–157.

Sharp, Evelyn. Hertha Ayrton: A Memoir. London: E. Arnold, 1926. , and Shawnee L. McMurran. ” Journal of Women’s History 7 (Summer 1995): 86–112. Trotter, A. P. “1895–1923, Mrs. ” Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics. University of California, Los Angeles. Available online. library. html. Downloaded on January 30, 2007. B Y F Bailey, Florence Augusta Merriam birdwatching she did there provided material for two more books. Meanwhile, her brother, C. S. , to live with him. There she continued to write.

Her teaching inspired such students as Margaret Mead, who became her lover, colleague, and lifelong friend. Her fieldwork among the American Indians of the Southwest resulted in two books, Tales of the Cochiti Indians (1931) and a two-volume work on Zuñi mythology (1935). She also edited the Journal of American Folklore between 1925 and 1940. Benedict came to believe that each culture forms a basic pattern into which it tries to integrate all the random details of daily life. It honors only certain human traits, rejecting others that might be respected by other groups.

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