Nebraska Authors

James S. Auld

Born 1939 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Wichita, KS
Springfield, MO

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Psychology; Personality; Education;

Education

High School Degree, Lincoln High School, Lincoln, NE
Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration and Educational Psychology

Occupation

Former Assistant Professor at Wichita State University
Director of Psychological Services
Public School Guidance Program Director
County Psychologist
Director of Testing

Places Worked

Wichita State University

Associations

Canadian Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
American Personnel and Guidance Association

Bibliography

Real Personality. 1981.

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