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THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY

MONTAGUE ULLMAN

Psychiatris; trustee, American Society for Psychical Research. B. September 9, 1916, New York, N. Y. B.S., 1935, City College of New York; M.D., 1938, New York University College of Medicine; 1948, graduate, comprehensive course in psychoanalysis, New York Medical College. M. 1941, Janet Simon: 2 d., 1 s. Interne, Morrisania City Hospital, 1939-41; neurology residency, Montefiore Hospital, New York, 1941-42; psychiatric residency, New York State Psychiatric Institute, 1942-43; U.S. Army officer, 1943-45; member psychoanalytic faculty, New York Medical College, 1950-1962; assistant clinical professor of psychiatry, New York University College of Medicine, 1959-1962; currently director of psychiatry at Maimonides Hospital, New York, and associate professor of psychiatry, Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York.

President, Society of Medical Psychoanalysts, 1957-58; charter fellow, Academy of Psychoanalysis; fellow, American Psychiatric Assn.; founding member, Medical Section, American Society for Psychical Research; member: Society of Medical Psychoanalysts, Society for Biological Psychiatry, Assn. for Researh in Nervous and Mental Disease; member of council, American Assn. for the Advancement of Science.

Dr. Ullman's chief interest in parapsychology is telepathy and the clinical investigation of telepathic dreams occurring in the course of psychotheraphy. He is author of the book Behavioral Changes in Patients Following Strokes, and of numerous articles on psychiatry and psychotheraphy, many of them on the process and significance of the dream, in such publications as the American Journal of Psychiatry, Psychiatric Quarterly, Psychotheraphy, American Journal of Mental Deficiency, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, American Journal of Psychotheraphy, Journal of Experimental and Clinical Psychopathology. In the field of parapsychology, his articles, in the ASPR Journal, "Communication" (Apr. 1948); "On the Occurrence of Telepathic Dreams" (Apr. 1959); and book reviews for the Journal, Tomorrow magazine, Social Casework, and Mental Hygiene. Residence: 55 Orlando ve. Ardsley, New York; business address: Department of Psychiatry, Maimonides Hospital, 4802 Tenth Avenue, Brooklyn 19, N.Y.


Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications


 
 

 

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