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Young, Kimball, educator; b. Provo, Utah, Oct. 26, 1893; s. Oscar Brigham and Anna Marie (Roseberry) Y.; A. B., Brigham Young U., 1915; A. M., U. of Chicago, 1918; Ph. D., Stanford, 1921; m. 2d, Lillian D. Jackson, April 6, 1940; 1 dau. Helen Anderson (Mrs. R. D. Willey) by first marriage). Began as teacher high school, 1915; asst. later asso. professor psychology, Univ. of Oregon, 1920-22; 1923-26; asst. prof. psychology, Clark U., Worcester, Mass, 1922-23; asso. prof. sociology, U. of Wisc., 1926-30, prof. social psychology 1930-40; chmn. dept. of sociology, Queens Coll., Flushing, N.Y., 1940-47; chairman, department sociology Northwestern U., from 1947; Guggenheim fellowship, 1951-52; Expert consultant War Dept., 1944; head sociology branch Schrivenham Am. Univ. (U.S. Army), 1945. Mem. American Psychological Association,.American Anthropological Assn., Amer Sociol. Soc (pres. 1945), Xigma Xi, Alpha Kappa Delta (nat. pres. 1928-30), Theta Chi. Author or co-author books relating to field. Gen. editor American Sociology Series (Am. Book Co.). Contr. books and jours. of social sci. Address: Evanston, Ill. Died Sept 1, 1973.