Watkins, John Goodrich
WATKINS, John Goodrich
WATKINS, John Goodrich. American, b. 1913. Genres: Psychology. Career: Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Montana, Missoula, 1984- (Director of Clinical Training, 1964-80; Professor, 1964-84). High sch. teacher, 1933-39; Chief Clinical Psychologist, U.S. Army's Welch Hospital, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1945-46; Associate Professor of Psychology, Washington State College, Pullman, 1946-49; Chief Clinical Psychologist, Veterans Administration Mental Hygiene Clinic, Chicago, 1950-53; Chief, Psychology Service, Veterans Administration Hospital, Portland, OR, 1953- 64. Publications: Objective Measurement of Instrumental Performance, 1942; Hypnotherapy of War Neuroses, 1949; General Psychotherapy, 1960; The Therapeutic Self, 1978; We, the Divided Self, 1982; Hypnotherapeutic Techniques, 1987; Hypnoanalytic Techniques, 1992; (with H.H. Watkins) Ego States: Theory and Therapy, 1997; Adventures in Human Understanding, 2001. Address: 413 Evans St, Missoula, MT 59801, U.S.A.