Naissance : 21 Decembre 1914
Décès: 3 January 1986
Nationalité : États-Unis
University of Michigan, 1933-34
B. A. Union College, Math and Sciences, 1940
M. A. Western Reserve University, Psychology, 1943
Ph. D Western Reserve University, Psychology, 1945
Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 1940-42
Technical Associate Personnel Research Institute
of Western Reserve University 1942-43
Criminal Psychologist, Cuyahoga County, Ohio 1943-45
Instructor, Psychology, Fenn College 1943-45
Instructor, Psychology, Case Institute of Technology 1943-45
Assistant Professor, Case Institute of Technology 1945-46
Clinical Psychologist, Cleveland Rehabilitation Center 1943-46
Assistant Professor, Psychology,
Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 1945-46
Associate Professor, Psychology, Union College
Schenectady, New York 1948-56
Professor, Union College 1956-78
1943-48 Consulting to various industrial and business
organizations, among them Dresser Industries,
Apex Vacuum, ALCOA, GM, etc. Also clinical consultant to penal system
in Cuyahoga County
and the State of Ohio.
1948-8 Consultant on clinical problems, Juvenile Court
of the State of New York. Consultant on
clinical, child, adolescent and geriatric problems, Ellis Hospital, Schenectady,
1950-62 Clinical Staff Psychologists, Schenectady Rehabilitation
1957-63 Consultant, New York Bell System and personnel
practices and problems.
Consultant to various business, industrial and education
organizations, among them - U.S.D.A.,
Department of Welfare and Institutions, State of Virginia, New York State
Department of Civil
Service, New York State Department of Mental Hygiene, etc.
"The Deterioration of Work Standards," Harvard
Business Review, September and October, 1966.
"Levels of Existence: An Open System Theory of Values," Journal
of Humanistic Psychology, November, 1970.
"Human Nature Prepares for a Momentous Leap," The Futurist,
Other Papers and Publications
Graves: Levels of Human Existence.
(2002) Transcription of Dr. Grave's 1971 seminar at the Washington School
of Psychiatry compiled and edited by William R. Lee, Christopher Cowan
and Natasha Todorovic,
ECLET Publishing. Santa Barbara. (Order from Store) Book includes a reprint
of Graves's 1970 article in the
Journal of Humanistic Psychology, "Levels of Existence: An Open System
Theory of Values."
The Never Ending Quest: Clare
W. Graves Explores Human Nature. (2005) The manuscript Dr. Graves
had in progress when his health failed, fleshed out with excerpts from
his other writings and seminars.
Compiled and edited by Christopher Cowan and Natasha Todorovic. ECLET
Publishing. Santa Barbara.