Gesell saw the reforms at Pensacola as a direct result of his own suggestion to a commander.
Many illustrations are brought together in Gesell's study of "Jealousy."
Chairman Gesell circulated a draft report containing these findings and recommendations among committee members in September 1964.
Even while expressing the committee's independence, Gesell recognized Yarmolinsky's influence.
The department was less responsive to the Gesell Committee's recommendations on racial restrictions encountered off base overseas.
Chairman Gesell called the dearth of black officers a "shocking condition."
One cause of this criticism was his connection with the Gesell Committee.
Gesell Ge·sell (gĭ-zěl'), Arnold Lucius. 1880-1961.
American psychologist and pediatrician noted for his research on child development.