The following is a representative list of articles written on PCM, PTM and Dr. Kahler's research:
Ampaw, F. D., Gilbert, M. B., & Donlan, R. A., "Verifying the validity and reliability of the Personality Pattern Inventory: Preliminary results", Journal of Process Communication, 1(1), 27-46., 2013.
Bradley, Dianne, Ph.D., "A Unique Tool for Closing the Gap", Journal of the Alliance of Black School Educators, Vol 6, Number 2, Spr, Spring 2007.
Bradley, Dianne, Ph.D. and Jackson, Mary Jane, Ed.D., "The Contrasting Personalities Of Middle School Students: Reaching Each One.", April, 2000, Manuscript submitted to Middle School Journal.
Presents the six personality types and relates them to pre-adolescent and adolescent behavior. Includes teaching strategies and coping mechanisms that can be employed for each type of student.
Bradley, Dianne, Ph.D., Pauley, Joseph, and Pauley, Judith A., "Establishing Relationships to Reduce Bullying and Increase Student Achievement", New Hampshire Journal of Education, Vol IX, Summer 2006.
Bradley, Dianne, Ph.D., Pauley, Joseph, and Smith, Kathryn, Ed.D., "Reaching and Teaching At Risk Students Using the Process Communication Model", August 1999, submitted to the Journal of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).
Described the concepts of Process Communication and reported the results of interventions with a sixth grade student who had been labeled ADHD and was about to be expelled from school for disruptive behaviors. Provided examples of successful interventions and noted that when the teachers did not apply the concepts the student again engaged in negative behaviors. Gave examples of 19 teachers in other schools who implemented the concepts with their hard to reach students and described the positive outcomes.
Carroll, Jerry, "Villager taught Clinton how to listen, evaluated our astronauts", Hot Springs Village Voice, March 29, 2006.
Chekosky, Ann, "Identify Personal Traits to Create Effective Learning Strategy", Today's School Psychologist, 4:1, August, 2000.
Chekosky, Ann, "Model Teaches Educators how to Demystify Child's Learning Style.", Today's School Psychologist, 4:1, August, 2000.
Clark, Mark L., M.S., "Managing and Motivating Employees by Process Communication.", 1984, (Unpublished paper, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR).
The author provides a discussion of the Process Communication Model as it relates to managing and Motivational Theory and Hersey and Blanchard's Situational Leadership.
Clements, Ron, "It's Not What You Say, It's The Way You Say It", The Training Officer, November, 1981, London, England.
Curtis, Judith, "Program Targets Personality Types", Austin American-Statesman, September, 1984.
Downey, Charles, "That Kid's A Character", Los Angeles Times Syndicate, August, 2000.
Downey, Charles, "That Kid's A Character", Kiwanis Magazine, May, 2000.
Downey, Charles, "How To Get Along With Worktypes", New York Life Daily News, November, 1987.
Downey, Charles, "Profiling Employee Personalities", Kiwanis Magazine, June/July, 1985.
Finkler, Brigitte, "La Process Communication Management ou grand La Communication devient Magie", Inthefield, 2:1, Javier 1982, Brussels, Belgium.
Foresa, Jena, "Do You Know What Motivates Your Customer To Buy?", Board Of Trade News, December, 1988.
Germaine, Isabelle, "J`apprends a communiquer efficacement", L`Usine Nouvelle, No. 2931, September 16, 2004.
Gilbert, Michael. B., Ed.D. & Donlan, R. A. (with Parr, J.) Personality Pattern Inventory. In V. Zeigler-Hill, & T.K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Online: Springer International Publishing AG, pp. 1-5. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28099-8_60-1, 2016. (View Article in New Browser Window)
Gilbert, Michael. B., Ed.D., "Alternatives to charge the batteries of physically active learners", Journal of Process Communication 3(1), 2016.
Gilbert, Michael. B., Ed.D., "Effective communication: Evolving from listening to processing", Journal of Process Communication, 2(1), 1-31, 2014.
Gilbert, Michael. B., Ed.D., "Different strokes for different folks: Connecting with students for academic success", International Journal of Education, 6(4), 119-131. doi:10.5296/ije.v6i4.6269, 2014.
Gilbert, Michael. B., Ed.D., "Meeting communication needs can enhance student success.", Journal of the Michigan Association of Teachers Educators, 4(1), 7-12, 2007.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Meeting Communication Needs can Enhance Student Success", Journal of the Michigan Association of Teacher Educators, Spring 2007.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Are You Talking Too Much? Considerations for Best Practice", In F.L. Dembowski & L. Lemasters (Eds.), Unbridled spirit: Best practices in educational adm., pp. 247-55, 2006.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Who Listens Better?", The Listening Professional, 4(1), 8-9, 16., 2005.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "An Examination of Listening Effectiveness of Educators: Performance and Preference", Professional Educator, 27(1/2), 1-16., 2004/2005
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Why Don't They Listen?", National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 1, Winter 2003.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Communicating Effectively with your Colleagues", Visions of Departmental Leadership, 53. Kansas State University, Division of Cont. Ed, 2003.
Gilbert, Michael B., Ed.D., "Now That You Have Listened How Should You Respond?", The Ear Piece (now called: The Listening Professional), 1(1), 10-12, 2002.
Gilbert, Michael, Ed.D., "The Process Communication Model: Understanding Ourselves and Others", NASSP Bulletin, 80(578), 75-80, 1996.
Hammond, Ed R., "Kahler Communication To Personalities", OR Manager, February, 1986.
Hopewell, Sylvester, "Giving Young Men a Chance With the Leadership Academy", National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 1, Winter 2003.
Jackson, Mary Jane, Ph.D. and Pauley, Judith Ann, Ph.D., "unsters and Feelers: Students Thrive with Teaching That Suits Their Nature", Momentum, November/December, 1999.
Describes six students and teacher personality types; presents results of research as to which students are dropping out: presents a hypothesis of why they are being left behind; and provides examples/suggestions of how teachers can reach them.
Jubera, Drew, "Doorway To A Worker's Mind", Dallas Times Herald, May, 1984.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "A Brief: Passing Through", Transactional Analysis Journal, 25:1, January, 1995.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Integrity By Any Other Name", The Performance Edge, 4:2, 1994.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Six Basic Personality Types", Bottom Line Personal, September, 1992.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Stress as Enemy, or Stress as Ally?", Canadian Manager, Summer, 1987.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Assessment And Intervention", National Careers, February, 1985.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Stress et Communication", Psychologie, 143, Janvier, 1982, Paris, France.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Managing The Loner", Boardroom Reports, 10:2, January, 1981.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "The Too-Eager-To-Please Employee", Boardroom Reports, 9:18, September, 1980.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "How To Manage The Try Hard Employee", Boardroom Reports, 9:17, August, 1980.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "How To Manage The Perfect Employee", Boardroom Reports, 9:7, August, 1980.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Process Therapy In Brief", Human Development Publications, Cassette Series, 1980, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "The Annual Eric Berne Memorial Scientific Award Acceptance Speech", Transactional Analysis Journal, 8:1, January, 1978.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "The Miniscript", Transactional Analysis After Eric Berne, (chapter), Harper and Row, New York, 1977.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Drivers - The Key To The Process Script", Transactional Analysis Journal, 5:3, July, 1975.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "Scripts: Process vs. Content", Transactional Analysis Journal, 5:3, July, 1975.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "The Miniscript", Marriage and Family Quarterly, April, 1974.
Kahler, Taibi, Ph.D., "The Miniscript", Transactional Analysis Journal, 4:1, January, 1974, pp. 26-42.
McGuire, Terence, M.D., "Astronauts, Reflections on Current Selection Methodology, Astronaut Personality, and the Space Station", (Non-published).
Identified the personality structures of various types of astronauts: pilots, mission specialists, and
payload specialist, concluding that PCM is valuable in selecting and training astronauts and has proven
useful in predicting crew incompatibilities and probable modes of malfunction.
Munkelt, Irmtrud, "Fakten, Gefuhle und andere Botschaften", Absatzwortschaft, January/February 2000.
Pauley, Joseph F. and Pauley, Judith A., "Learning Styles and Student Achievement", National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 1, Winter 2003.
Pauley, Judith A., Ph.D., "Improving Student Attitudes and Performance by Meeting Student Needs", National Dropout Prevention Center/Network Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 1, Winter 2003.
Poeschel, Bettina, "Bildung Und Beruf", Suddeutche Zeitung, November 1, 2000.
Simmons, Edward, Ph.D., "Process Communications - A Personal Experience", (Non-published) [View PDF]
Smith, Kathryn, Ed.D. and Bradley, Dianne, Ph.D., "What to Do about Bernie: Using the Process Communication Model to Motivate At-risk Students", Teaching Exceptional Children, 1999, (submitted manuscripts).
Describes how Process Communication can be used to motivate students who experience difficulty with academic and behavioral issues in the school setting.
Spencer, Scott W., "The History of the Process Communication Model in Astronaut Selection", Cornell University, December, 2000.
Storer, Bob, "Kahler's Method Used By NASA To Find Compatible Astronauts", Arkansas Gazette, August, 1984.
Thomson, Clare, "Nice To Know You, To Know You, Nice", The Bulletin, October, 1996, Brussels, Belgium.
Walker, Kelly, "Are You At Risk?", Savvy Magazine, August, 1986.
Wilan, Ken Howard, "Communicating Success", The Scientist, 21:1:68, January 2007, View Article in New Browser Window
Woodruff, John, "To Talk To Voters, Speak To Their Frames of References", City & Town, December, 1982.