6 Crim. Just. & Behavior 3 (1979)

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GUEST EDITORIAL










RE: SEARCHERS OF
THE THIRD KIND




ROBERT B. LEVINSON
Federal Bureau of Prisons





  I am not sure how close an account or concept of the following
     type meets the expectations of both readers and editors.
Nevertheless, it does provide a structure which may help clarify
any alien issues raised in this essay.
   Researchers of the first kind are found in academia. They
epitomize the characteristics ascribed to searchers for truth,
testers of hypotheses, and developers of theories. As seekers of
knowledge for its own sake, they are free (provided sufficient
grant money is available) to search for unifying laws and prin-
ciples; that is, these are the basic researchers.


AUTHOR'S NOTE: The opinions expressed herein are the author's
and do not necessarily reflect official policies of the Federal Bureau
of Prisons.

CRIMINAl JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, Vol. 6 No. I. March 1979 3-8
 1979 American Association of Correctional Psychologists   3

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