Conger, John Janeway

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CONGER, John Janeway

CONGER, John Janeway. American, b. 1921. Genres: Psychology. Career: Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver (joined faculty as Professor, 1953; Associate Dean, 1961-63; Vice President for Medical Affairs; Dean, 1963-70; Acting Chancellor, 1984-85). President, American Psychological Association, 1981. Vice Chairman, National Motor Vehicle Safety Advisory Council, U.S. Dept. of Transport, 1967-70; President's Commission on Mental Health, 1978-79; John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, vice president and director, Health Program, 1980-83. Publications: Child Development and Personality, 1956, 7th ed., 1990; Readings in Child Development, 1964; Personality, Social Class and Delinquency, 1967; Adolescence and Youth: Psychological Development in a Changing World, 1977, 5th ed., 1997; Basic and Contemporary Issues in Developmental Psychology, 1975; Adolescence: Generation under Pressure, 1979; Essentials of Child Development and Personality, 1980; Readings in Child and Adolescent Development, 1980; The Shape of the Tree, 1993. Address: 130 S Birch St., Denver, CO 80246-1017, U.S.A.