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Hacker, Friedrich, 1914-1989


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    • us: Hacker, Frederick J., 1914-1989
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    • found: Bergedorfer Gesprächskreis zu Fragen der Freien Industriellen Gesellschaft. Verstärken oder verringern sich die Bedingungen ... 1969.
    • found: Email from As, Feb. 28, 2004(Friedrich Hacker and Frederick J. Hacker are the same person)
    • found: Crusaders, criminals, crazies, c1976:t.p. (Frederick J. Hacker, M.D.)
    • found: Österreichische-Lexikon AEIOU online, Mar. 1, 2004(Hacker, Friedrich; b. Jan. 19, 1914, Vienna, Austria; d. June 23, 1989, Mainz, Germany; Psychiater und Psychoanalytiker; emigrated to Switzerland, 1938; emigrated to the U.S., 1940; Professor in Los Angeles; works: Versagt der Mensch oder die Gesellschaft?, 1964; Aggression, 1971; Terror, 1973; Freiheit, die sie meinen, 1978; Konflikttheorie und Fernsehen, 1980; Drogen. Verhüten statt behandeln, behandeln statt strafen, 1981; Das Faschismus-Syndrom, 1990)
    • found: World biog. index, Mar. 1, 2004(Hacker, Frederick J.; b. 1914; Professor für Psychiatrie; source Biographisches Handbuch der deutschsprachigen Emigration nach 1933)
    • found: Österreichische Soziologinnen und Soziologen im Exil 1933 bis 1945, Mar. 1, 2004(Friedrich Hacker, siehe Frederick J. Hacker; b. Vienna, Jan. 19, 1914; d. Mainz, June 23, 1989)
    • found: Contemporary Authors, via WWW, November 3, 2014(Frederick J. Hacker; 1914-1989; One source spells given name Friedrich; born January 19, 1914, in Vienna, Austria; naturalized U.S. citizen; died of apparent cardiac arrest, June 23, 1989 in Mainz, West Germany; psychiatrist, consultant, educator, and author; Hacker was a renowned psychiatrist who specialized in the psychology of terrorism; known for his research investigating such subjects as juvenile delinquency, mass murder, and aggression, Hacker was called as a consultant in several widely publicized instances of criminal violence: he advised the West German Government after the terrorist attack during the 1972 Olympic Games; he worked with newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst's family after her 1974 kidnapping; and he testified at Charles Manson's trial for the murder of Sharon Tate and several others; educated in Europe, Hacker fled the Nazi threat in his native Austria in the 1930s; he finished his medical degree in Switzerland, came to the United States, and, after additional training at the Menninger Clinic in Kansas, founded the Hacker Psychiatric Clinic in Los Angeles; later, Hacker spent part of each year practicing psychiatry in Vienna, Austria; he began his private practice in the United States in 1958, and he taught at the University of Southern California starting in 1970; Hacker's numerous professional associations included memberships in the American Psychiatric Association and the Sigmund Freud Society, which he founded; Hacker was the author of several books, among them Materials to Aggression, Terror and Terrorism, and the 1977 Crusaders, Criminals, Crazies: Terror and Terrorism in Our Time, for which he was perhaps best known)
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