Student Lawrence College, 1922-1923, University of Wisconsin, 1923-1924. Bachelor of Arts, Stanford, 1926, Master of Arts, 1928. Postgraduate University of Chicago, 1929-1930.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1937. Studied kinesthetic perception with F.M. and Arkansas Alexander, 1938-1945.
Assistant in general literature Reed College, 1927-1929. Instructor Greek, Latin classics Brown U., 1937-1941, assistant professor, 1941-1944. Assistant Professor of English, Pennsylvania Military College, 1944-1945.
Private teaching, research in kinesthetic perception, Boston, New York City, 1945-1954. Research associate Institute for Psychological Research, Tufts U., 1954-1968, lecturer classics, 1955-1964, professor classics, 1964-1970, lecturer psychology, 1968-1970, professor emeritus classics, 1970-1975, professor psychology, summer 1972-1974, faculty mentor College Within, 1972-1973. Carnegie grantee, 1954-1956.
United States Public Health Service grantee, 1956-1964, 66-67.
Born April 10, 1905