Gutmann, David L(eo)
GUTMANN, David L(eo)
GUTMANN, David L(eo). American, b. 1925. Genres: Gerontology/Senior issues, Psychology, Social commentary. Career: University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, intern, clinical psychology, Neuro-Psychiatric Institute, 1956-57, clinical instructor, psychology, 1959-60; private practice, psychotherapy, 1956-60, 1963-; Presbyterian-St Luke's Hospital, staff psychologist, 1959-60; Massachusetts Mental Health Center, staff psychologist, 1960-62; Harvard University, lecturer, social relations, 1960-62; University of Michigan, senior staff psychologist, Psychological Clinic, 1962-66, assistant professor, 1962-67, associate professor, 1967-70, professor of psychology, 1970-78; Northwestern University Medical School, professor, psychiatry, education, 1976-, chief, division of psychology, 1976-81, director, older adult program, 1977-, associate faculty, human development, social policy, 1986-; University of Chicago, visiting professor, 1975, co-director, Research and Clinical Practice in the Mental Health of Later Life training program, 1977-79; Michael Reese Hospital, fellow in clinical psychology, Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Institute, 1958-59; Center for Psychosocial Studies, visiting fellow, 1974-75. advisory board, Buehler Center on Aging and Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Publications: Reclaimed Powers: Toward a New Psychology of Men and Women in Later Life, 1987, rev. ed. 1994; The Human Elder, 1997. Address: Division of Psychology, Northwestern University Medical School, 303 East Chicago Ave., Room 9-217, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A.