Re: software

Jack Adams-Webber (
Thu, 17 Aug 1995 14:37:50 -0400

> I would like some PCP-related software (DOS or WIN3) for classroom
> demonstrations and student research. Does anyone have a source?
> Thanks in advance.
> Rick Kribs, Motlow State Community College

I believe that OMNIGRID-PC can still be obtained from Dr. Kenneth Sewell on
a more-or-less cost recovery basis.


His snail-mail address is as follows:

Dr. Kenneth W. Sewell
Department of Psychology
University of North Texas
Box 13587
Denton, Texas 76203

All versions of OMNIGRID are currently in the public domain, and further
information about them can be found in the following publications:

Sewell, K.W., Adams-Webber, J., Mitterer, J.O. & Cromwell, R.L.
(1992). Computerized repertory grids. International Journal of Personal
Construct Psychology, 5, 1-23.

Sewell, K.W., Mitterer, J.O., Adams-Webber, J., & Cromwell, R.L.
(1991). OMNIGRID-PC: A new development in computerized repertory grids.
International Journal of Personal Construct Psychology , 4, 175-192.

Mitterer, J.O. & Adams-Webber, J. (1988). OMNIGRID: A program
for the construction, administration and analysis of repertory grids. In
J. C. Mancuso & M. L. G. Shaw (Eds.), Cognition and personal structure:
Computer access and analysis (pp. 89-103). New York: Praeger.

Jack Adams-Webber Tel: 905 (688) 5544 [x 3714]
Department of Psychology Fax: 905 (688) 6922
Brock University E-mail:
St. Catharines, Ontario