Levinson, Harry

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LEVINSON, Harry. American, b. 1922. Genres: Administration/Management, Psychology. Career: Chairman, The Levinson Institute, 1968-. Director, Division of Industrial Mental Health, The Menninger Foundation, Topeka, Kansas, 1954-68; Thomas Henry Carroll-Ford Foundation Distinguished Visiting Professor, Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-72; Clinical Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1986-92 (Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, 1972-85). Publications: (with W.C. Menninger) Human Understanding in Industry, 1956; (ed.) Toward Understanding Men, 2nd ed. 1957; (with C.R. Price, K.J. Munden, H.J. Mandl and C.M. Solley) Men, Management and Mental Health, 1962; Emotional Health: In the World of Work, 1964, 1984; (with P. Tournier, V. Frank, H. Thielicke, P. Lehman and S.H. Miller) Are You Nobody?, 1966; The Exceptional Executive, 1968; Executive Stress, 1969; (with A.G. Spohn and J. Molinari) Organizational Diagnosis, 1972; The Great Jackass Fallacy, 1973; Psychological Man, 1976; (with C. Lang) Executive, 1981; Casebook for Psychological Man, 1982; (with S. Rosenthal) CEO: Corporate Leadership in Action, 1984; (ed.) (with J. Robinson) Ready, Fire, Aim, 1986; Designing and Managing Your Career, 1988; Career Mastery, 1992. Address: 4889 Pineview Circle, Delray Beach, FL 33445-4318, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]