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Psychologist , author

Henry Clay Lindgren, American psychologist, author. Achievements include development of Nach-Naff scale, Arab-American Empathy Scale, Sentence Completion Test for Attitudes Toward Authority, Measure of Creativity through Brainstorming.

Background

Lindgren, Henry Clay was born on April 12, 1914 in Sacramento. Son of Henry August William and Bertha Emma (Von Breymann) Lindgren.

Education

AB, Stanford University, 1934. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1942.

Career

Professor psychology, San Francisco State University, 1947-1984;emeritus, San Francisco State University, 1984. Visiting professor American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 1964-1965, 68-70. Consultant United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, U. São Paulo, San Paulo, Brazil, 1962-1963.

Lecturer Fromm Institute San Francisco, 1987-1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of Nach-Naff scale, Arab-American Empathy Scale, Sentence Completion Test for Attitudes Toward Authority, Measure of Creativity through Brainstorming.

Works

Membership

Member board directors Family and Children's Agency, San Francisco, 1960-1962. Lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychological Association, Royal Numismatic Society.

Connections

Married Fredrica Lenore Lippman, June 12, 1935 (deceased 1995). 1 child, Loretta Zoe Voorhees.

father:
Henry August William Lindgren

mother:
Bertha Emma (Von Breymann) Lindgren

spouse:
Fredrica Lenore Lippman

child:
Loretta Zoe Voorhees Lindgren