ROSENZWEIG, Saul. American, b. 1907. Career: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, researcher at Psychological Clinic, 1929-34; Worcester State Hospital, Worcester, MA, research psychologist, 1934-43; Washington University, St. Louis, MO, professor of psychology and psychiatry, history of medical psychology, personality, child guidance, and abnormal psychology, 1949-75, professor emeritus, 1975-. Clark University, affiliate professor, 1938-43; Western State Psychiatric Institute, chief psychologist and director of training, 1943-49; University of Pittsburgh, lecturer, 1943-49. Foundation for Idiodynamics and the Creative Process, managing director, 1972-; International Society for Research on Aggression, founding president, 1972; World Federation for Mental Health, member. Publications: (with K. Kogan) Psychodiagnosis, 1949; The Rosenzweig Picture-Frustration (P-F) Study: A Basic Manual, 1978; Aggressive Behavior and the Rosenzweig Picture- Frustration Study, 1978; Freud and Experimental Psychology: The Emergence of Idiodynamics, 1986; Freud, Jung, and Hall the King-Maker: The Historic Expedition to America (1909), 1992. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to psychology journals and other periodicals. Address: 8029 Washington Ave., St. Louis, MO 63114-6333, U.S.A.