Norm Gordon, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Wayne State University 1968
M.A. Wayne State University 1968
B.A Wayne State University 1963
301J Science Complex
Psychology of Film.
Motivation and Emotion.
PSY 387 Cooperative Education in Psychology
PSY 460 Psychology of Film
PSY 683 Field Practicum & Seminar
Psychology of Film. Psychoanalysis. Clinical Neuropsychology.
Gordon, N.G., Family structure and dynamics in De Palma’s horror films. The Psychoanalytic
Review, Fall, 1983, Vol. 70, No. 3, 435-442.
Gordon, N.G., Changing habits and learning to adjust. Michigan Family Law Journal, August 1991, 15-16.
Gordon, N.G. & Gordon, A., Controversial issues in De Palma’s Dressed to Kill. The
Psychoanalytic Review, Winter 1982-83, Vol. 69, No. 4, 559-566.
Gordon, N.G. & Gordon, A., Imagery of eroticism and primitive aggression in De Palma’s
Dressed to Kill, American imago, Fall 1982, Vol. 39, No.3, 273-284.
Gordon, N.G. & Brackney, B. E., Defense mechanism preference and dimensions of psychopathology.
Psychological Reports, 1979, Vol. 44, 188-190.
Gordon, N.G., Diagnostic efficiency of the Trail-Making Test as a function of cut-off score,
diagnosis, and age. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1978, Vol. 47, 191-95.
Gordon, N.G., Base Rates and the Decision-Making Model in Clinical Neuropsychology. Cortex,
1977, Vol. 13, 3-10.
Gordon, N.G., The Trail-Making Test in neuropsychological diagnosis, Journal of Clinical
Psychology, 1972, Vol. 28(2), 167-69.
Gordon, N.G., Performance and the performance-awareness relationship on a concept attainment
task as a function of presolution reinforcement and questioning procedure. Proceedings of
78th Annual American Psychological Association convention, 1970, 65-66.