The Odd Couple Syndrome Resolving the Neat/Sloppy Dilemma Selwyn Mills and Max Weisser First Edition Signed Inscribed

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First edition, signed and inscribed: “To Glen, All is illusion. Make good choices. Affectionately, Selwyn 12/4/90.” In brown simulated leather with gilt-stamped spine and front cover. Book cover design and cartoon illustrations by Anthony S. Picco. [viii ;150 pages] The premise of the authors is that it is not an attitude that creates the dichotomy between Neat and Sloppy, but, rather, perception.

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Mills, Selwyn, PhD. and Max Weisser, M.S.W. The Odd Couple Syndrome Resolving the Neat/Sloppy Dilemma. Jameison Publishing Company N.Y., 1987. First edition, signed and inscribed: “To Glen, All is illusion. Make good choices. Affectionately, Selwyn 12/4/90.” In brown simulated leather with gilt-stamped spine and front cover. Book cover design and cartoon illustrations by Anthony S. Picco. [viii ;150 pages] The premise of the authors is that it is not an attitude that creates the dichotomy between Neat and Sloppy, but, rather, perception. A perceptual differential design test is published in the book. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Dr. Glen Boles 1913-2009, the dedicatee, was first a child movie actor, then an actor on Broadway before enrolling at Columbia University where he studied after World War II, in which he served as a code-breaker. At Columbia, he studied with Margaret Meade and earned a PhD in psychology and practiced as such for a half-century in New York City.

Commencement Address at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons About Medical Ethics 1862

 

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The Odd Couple Syndrome Resolving the Neat/Sloppy Dilemma Selwyn Mills and Max Weisser First Edition Signed Inscribed