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Colin Boothman Hindley

Colin Boothman Hindley, British psychologist, educator. Fellow British Psychological Society; member Association Child Psychology and Psychiatry (chairman 1967-1968), International Society Study Behavioral Development (member founding committee), Association de Psychologie Scientifique de Langue Francaise.

Background

  • Hindley, Colin Boothman was born on July 4, 1923 in Bolton, England. Son of James Woolley and Eva (Boothman) Hindley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Manchester University, England, 1946. Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University College, London, 1949.

    Career

    • Research psychologist Institute Education, University London, 1949-1967, senior lecturer, 1967-1972, professor child development, since 1972. Co-editor Journal Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1959-1969.

    Works

    • Contributor numerous research reports and articles to professional publications Grantee Social Science Research Council, 1970, Leverhulme Trust, 1973, 82.

    Membership

    Fellow British Psychological Society. Member Association Child Psychology and Psychiatry (chairman 1967-1968), International Society Study Behavioral Development (member founding committee), Association de Psychologie Scientifique de Langue Francaise.

    Connections

    • Married Myra Joy Nahum, January 4, 1945 (divorced 1972).
    • father: James Woolley Hindley
    • mother: Eva (Boothman) Hindley
    • spouse: Myra Joy Nahum
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