Green, Donald Ross
GREEN, Donald Ross
GREEN, Donald Ross. American, b. 1924. Genres: Education, Psychology. Career: Associate in Education, University of California, Berkeley, 1956-57; Instructor to Associate Professor of Education, 1957-67, and Associate Professor of Psychology, 1963-67, Emory University, Atlanta; Sr. Research Psychologist, 1967, Director of Research, 1968-92, CTB/McGraw-Hill, Monterey, California, Chief Research Psychologist, 1992-. Publications: Educational Psychology, 1964; (with R. L. Henderson) Reading for Meaning in the Elementary School, 1969; (ed. with M. P. Ford and G. B. Flamer) Measurement and Piaget, 1971; (ed.) The Aptitude-Achievement Distinction, 1974; (ed. with M. J. Wargo) Achievement Testing of Disadvantaged and Minority Students for Educational Program Evalution, 1978. Address: CTB/McGraw-Hill, 20 Ryan Ranch Road, Monterey, CA 93940, U.S.A.