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Vincent V. Herr

Vincent V. Herr, American clergyman, psychologist, author. member advising committee to chief justice of Supreme Court, 1950-1959. Lectured on Panic Prevention of Office Civilian Defense, World World War World War II; Member New York Academy Science, American Psychological Association, American Catholic Psychological Association (president 1954), Illinois Psychological Association. Degree Licentiate in Theology, 1937.

Background

  • Herr, Vincent V. was born on July 2, 1901 in Caraghar, Ohio, United States. Son of Joseph August and Maryann (Snyder) Herr.

  • Education

    • Student Vienna U., 1937-1938, London U., summer 1938, U. Mich. Studied Socialism, annexation of Austria, changes in Prague, etc.

    Works

    • Author: How We Influence One Another, 1945. General Psychology, 1946. Individual Experiments in Psychology, 1948.

      Screening of Candidates for Priesthood, public 1963. Religious Psychology, 1965. The Personality of Seminarians, 1968.

      Co-author: A Screening Program for Seminarians, 1962.

    Membership

    Member advising committee to chief justice of Supreme Court, 1950-1959. Lectured on Panic Prevention of Office Civilian Defense, World World War World War II. Member New York Academy Science, American Psychological Association, American Catholic Psychological Association (president 1954), Illinois Psychological Association.

    Degree Licentiate in Theology, 1937.

    Connections

    • father: Joseph August Herr
    • mother: Maryann (Snyder) Herr
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    Born July 2, 1901
    Died March 29, 1970
    (aged 68)
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