Holtzman, Wayne Harold
HOLTZMAN, Wayne Harold
HOLTZMAN, Wayne Harold. American, b. 1923. Genres: Education, Psychology. Career: President, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, 1970-93, and Professor of Psychology, 1959-, University of Texas, Austin (Assistant Professor, 1949-53; Associate Professor, 1953-59; Associate Director, Hogg Foundation, 1955-64; Dean, College of Education, 1964-70). Publications: (with W. F. Brown) Survey of Study Habits and Attitudes, 1953; (with J. S. Thorpe, J. D. Swartz and E. W. Herron) Inkblot Perception and Personality, 1961; (with B. M. Moore) Tomorrow's Parents, 1965; (with J. F. Santos, S. Bouquet and P. Barth) The Peace Corps in Brazil, 1966; Computer-Assisted Instruction, Testing and Guidance, 1971; (with W. F. Brown) A Guide to College Survival, 1972, 1987; (with R. Diaz-Guerrero and J. D. Swartz) Personality Development in Two Cultures, 1975; Introduction to Psychology, 1978; (with I. Reyes) Impact of Educational Television on Young Children, 1981; (with K. A. Heller and S. Messick) Placing Children in Special Education, 1982; American Families and Social Policies for Services to Children, 1983; Texas Universities and Mexico, 1984; Beyond the Rorschach, 1988; School of the Future, 1992; Holtzman Inkblot Technique Research Guide, 1999; History of the International Union of Psychology and Science, 2000. Address: 3300 Foothill Dr, Austin, TX 78731, U.S.A.