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Gustave Mark Gilbert

educator , psychologist

Gustave Mark Gilbert, American psychologist, educator. award 1950), 1950. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1945.; Member American, Eastern, New York State psychological associations, Inter-American Society Psychology (president 1959-1961), Sigma Xi.

Background

Gilbert, Gustave Mark was born on September 30, 1911 in New York City. Son of Mark and Ethel (Nierenberg) Gilbert.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, College City New York, 1932. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1936, Doctor of Philosophy., 1939.

Career

Instructor, Connecticut College for Women, 1939-1940, Bard College, 1940-1942. Prison psychologist International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946. Associate professor Princeton, 1947-1950.

Chief psychologist Veterans Administration Hospital., Northport, Long Island, 1950-1951. Associate professor Michigan State University, 1951-1959. Professor psychology, department chairman Long Island U., Brooklyn, 1959-1977, president university faculty senate, 1967-1968.

Cons. VA, Michigan Department Correction, 1952-1958. Consultant, witness Eichmann trial, Jerusalem, 1961. Consultant Peace Corps, 1963-1970, New York City Department Correction, from 1972.

Works

  • Author: Nuremberg Dairy, 1947. The Psychology of Dictatorship (Bernays award 1950), 1950. Personality Dynamics: a Biosocial Approach, 1970.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member American, Eastern, New York State psychological associations, Inter-American Society Psychology (president 1959-1961), Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Matilda Safran, June 15, 1941. Children: Robert, John, Charles.

father:
Mark Gilbert

mother:
Ethel (Nierenberg) Gilbert

spouse:
Matilda Safran

children:
Robert Gilbert

John Gilbert

Charles Gilbert