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Dr. Bock was a faculty member at Wagner from 1972 to 1980 (chair 1977-1980). She earned her doctorate in 1976 from City College (CUNY) with the dissertation entitled "Pupillary dilation and vertex evoked potential similarity in monozygotic and dizygotic twins and siblings."
Katherine Wollney was a long time adjunct professor of psychology who obtained her MA in Gestalt psychology at the New School. Her thesis was supervised by Mary Henle and was titled "The role of similarity of form as a primary perceptual grouping factor."
Dr. Borah earned his PhD in psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1961 with the dissertation entitled "An investigation of the effect of threat upon interpersonal bargaining." He was a faculty member at Wagner from 1962-1997 (chair 1973-1977; 1987-1989).
Dr. Kapostins was a faculty member from 1956-1987 (chair 1962-1973; 1980-1987). He earned his PhD from Columbia University in 1961 with the dissertation "The effects of differential reinforcement of low rate on word utterance." He also wrote a memoir of his years at Wagner.