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Psychiatrist

James Alexander Hamilton, American psychiatrist. Member of American Psychiatric Association, Marcé Society, Press Club, Family Club.

Background

Hamilton, James Alexander was born on June 9, 1907 in Pecatonica, Illinois, United States. Son of Dwight Stoney and Pearl (Blake) Hamilton.

Education

Bachelor of Arts California, Berkeley, 1928. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1935. Doctor of Medicine, Stanford University, 1941.

Career

Assistant professor psychology, assistant dean students University California, Berkeley, 1941—1942. Clinical instructor psychiatry Stanford (California) University, 1949—1955, associate clinical professor psychiatry, 1956—1975. Private practice San Francisco, 1948—1978.

Director, vice chairman Chemetrics Corporation, Burlingame, 1975—1979. Researcher in postpartum psychosis, substandard reading, since 1955. Served to major United States Army, 1942-1948.

Membership

Member of American Psychiatric Association, Marcé Society, Press Club, Family Club.

Connections

Married Marjories Hilder Angell, June 14, 1936.

father:
Dwight Stoney Hamilton

mother:
Pearl (Blake) Hamilton

spouse:
Marjories Hilder Angell