DOMAN, Glenn. American, b. 1919. Genres: Education, Medicine/Health, How-to books. Career: Founder, 1955, and Chairman of the Board, 1980-89, Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, Philadelphia. Associate Director, Centro de Reabilitacao Nossa Senhora da Gloria, Rio de Janeiro, since 1959. Staff Member, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, 1941, and Pennsylvania Hospital, 1945-48; Director, Norwood Rehabilitation Center, Philadelphia, 1948-55; Professor of Human Development, University of Plano, 1965-72. President, International Rehabilitation Forum, 1959, and World Organization for Human Potential, 1968-72. Publications: How to Teach Your Baby to Read, 1964, 1979; Nose Is Not Toes (children's book), 1964; What to Do About Your Brain-Injured Child, 1974; Teach Your Baby Math, 1979; (with J. Michael Armentrout) The Universal Multiplication of Intelligence, 1980; How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge, 1984; How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence, 1984; How to Teach Your Baby to Be Physically Superb, 1988. Address: Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential, 8801 Stenton Ave, Wyndmoor, PA 19038, U.S.A.