Physical Science Study Committee
The Physical Science Study Committee was inaugurated at MIT in 1956 with the objective to review introductory physics education and designing and monitoring improvements. It produced a major new physics textbooks, instructional movies and classroom laboratory materials, that were used by high schools around the world during the 1960s and 1970s.
- Professor Jerrold Zacharias, chairman
- Professor Eric Rogers
- Professor Francis L. Friedman
- Professor George Gamow
- Professor Sanford C. Brown
- Professor Victor Weisskopf
- PSSC. Physics. 1st Edition 1960. D.C. Heath
- Judson B. Cross, John H. Dodge, James A. Walter, Uri Haber-Schaim. PSSC Physics. 3rd edition 1971. D.C. Heath
- Richard Leacock, director & producer, Eric M. Rogers, lecturer, "Coulomb's Law"
- Abraham Morochnik, Donald Ivey and Patterson Hume, "Frames of Reference"
- Elbert Little, "Random Events"
- John N. Shive, "Simple Waves"
- "PSSC: 50 Years Later". Compadre.org. Retrieved 2014-04-06.
- MIT Museum. "MIT Museum Collections - People". Webmuseum.mit.edu. Retrieved 2014-04-06.
- "TECH_V082_S0503_P001.pdf". Tech.mit.edu. Retrieved 2014-04-06.
- "Coulomb's Law : Richard Leacock : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive". Archive.org. Retrieved 2014-04-06.
- AAPT Celebrates PSSC's 50th Birthday Links to more than twenty articles written by instructors of physics.
- Physical Science Study Committee, 1956, MIT Institute Archives & Special Collections, summary of fonds.
- 1959 film Coulomb's Law by Richard Leacock on the Internet Archive.
- 1960 film Frames of Reference produced by Richard Leacock on the Internet Archive.