Robert M. Lindner, American psychoanalyst, author.
Lindner, Robert M. was born in 1915 in New York City. Son of Charles Lindner.
Graduate Bucknell U. Master of Arts in Psychology, Cornell Univercity, 1935, Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell.
Became associate with New Jersey Department Institutions and Agilysys, 1938. Later became chief psychiatric-psychological division Federal Penitentiary, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Served as officer United States Public Health Service, World World War II.
Went into private practice as psychoanalyst, Baltimore, also chief consultant Maryland. Board Correction. Author: Rebel Without a Cause, 1944 (made into movie 1955). Walls and Men; Prescription for Rebellion.
Fifty-minute Hour; Must You Conform? Editor: Explorations in Psychoanalysis.