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Livingston Welch

Livingston Welch, American educator. Fellow American, Eastern psychological associations, American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy Science; member American Psychopathol. Association.

Background

  • Welch, Livingston was born on August 8, 1901 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. Son of Charles James and Elizabeth (Livingston) W.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Columbia, 1931, Master of Arts, 1932, Doctor of Philosophy., 1935. Student Cambridge (England) University, 1933-1935.

    Career

    • October 1969); Children—Basilia, Deirdre (deceased), Pamela Welsh Trumper. Instructor Hunter College, New York City, 1936-1942, assistant professor, 1942-1947, assistant professor, director institute research in clinical and child psychology, 1948, professor psychology, 1952-1972, department chairman, 1954-1968. Associate professor Cornell Univercity, 1952.

      Senior psychologist Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Hospital, New York City Exhibited sculptor works at Carlebach, Ferragile, 1949, Portraits, Inc., 1950 Caravan, 1957, Museum City New York, 1958. One man show Wellons, 1956, World House Galleries, 1962, 64, New School Social Research, 1962, Robert Shuster Gallery, Tasca Gallery, others.

    Works

    • Author: Imagination and Human Nature, 1935. From Boring Dinosaur to Passionate Computer (poetry), 1968. Also numerous articles in scientific journals.

      Included in anthologies. Numerous recordings in Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, Library of Congress, 1961.

    Membership

    Fellow American, Eastern psychological associations, American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy Science. Member American Psychopathol. Association.

    Connections

    • Married Helen Sharp, 1936 (deceased.
    • father: Charles James Welch
    • mother: Elizabeth (Livingston) Welch
    • spouse: Helen Sharp
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    Died April 18, 1973
    (aged 71)
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