Black, Percy

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BLACK, Percy

BLACK, Percy. Canadian, b. 1922. Genres: Psychology. Career: University of Kentucky, Instructor, 1948-49; University of Chicago, Research Assistant, 1949-50; University of Minnesota, Research Associate, 1950-51; University of New Brunswick, Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1951-53; University College, London, England, Visiting Scholar, 1953-54; Principal in Motivational Research, Social Attitude Survey, Yonkers, New York, 1955-67; Pace University, Pleasantville, New York, Professor, 1967-, now Professor Emeritus of Psychology. Publications: The Mystique of Modern Monarchy, 1953; Societies around the World, 2 vols, 1953, rev, 1956; publications in psychological journals focusing on motivation and basic processes in human and non-human animals.