Marc Wheat Database

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  • ID: I11296
  • Name: Harold Leroy WILLIAMS
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 29 MAR 1921 in Yankton, South Dakota USA
  • Death: ABT 1986 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
  • Burial: UNKNOWN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
  • Note:
    Hal was an internationally known research psychologist. He first became known for sleep deprivation studies he conducted while in the US Army in the 1950s. Later research into alcoholism at the end of his life were also well known. H was a full professor at the University of Oklahoma and a Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota.
    When Hal died his obituary ran in national papers, including the front page of USA TODAY.

    Father: Charles Earl WILLIAMS b: 4 AUG 1897 in Snyder, Dodge County, Nebraska USA
    Mother: Alice Evangeline THOMPSON b: 18 SEP 1893 in Hot Springs, South Dakota USA

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