Mortimer R. Feinberg, Ph.D. – Professional Resume [1978]

In Biographies by Steve Sliwa

Principal Activities

Director of Advanced Management Programs and Assistant Dean, Baruch College, City University of New York.
Professor and former Acting Chairman of the Psychology Department and Professor of Management.

Chairman of the Board and co-founder, BFS Psychological Associates, Inc.

Lecturer, Stonier Graduate School of Banking, Rutgers University.

Principal Lecturer, American Management Association.

Member Labor-Management Committee of the National Council on Alcoholism.

Frequent resource lecturer at international and regional Young Presidents’ Organization conferences.

Keynote speaker and conference leader at National Association of Recording Merchandisers, National American Wholesale Grocers’ Association, Piggly Wiggly Southern, Arthur Young & Co., American Bankers Association, Cox Broadcasting Company, Transamerica Corp.

Consultant for companies ranging in volume from 1 million to 7 billion such as Agfa-Gevaert, Inc., Amstar Corp., Anchor Hocking Corp., Beatrice Foods Co., Huk-A-Poo Sportswear, International Playtex and Pritchard Services Group.

Honors and Titles

Diplomate in Industrial Psychology, American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology.

Fellow – American Psychological Association and American Association for Advancement of Science.

Holder of Silver Plaque Medallion, presented by American Management Association.

Holder of Applause Award of the Sales Executives Club of New York which is the highest award presented to distinguished businessmen, statesmen and public figures in recognition of their accomplishments. Other recipients were Dwight D. Eisenhower, Thomas J. “Watson, Herbert Hoover, Eddie Rickenbacker
and David Sarnoff.

Listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the East, American Education and American Men of Science.


Over 50 articles have appeared in following magazines: Business – Business Week, Business Management, Dun’s Review, Nation’s Business, The American Salesman, Sales Management, Supervisory Management, Steel, Wall Street Journal; Professional – Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Journal of Personnel Psychology, Journal of Genetic Psychology, Personnel Journal; General Interest – McCall’s, Ladies’ Home Journal, Catholic Digest, City College Alumnus.

Editorial Director – INTERACTION – The Management Psychology Newsletter.

Author of four books:

“Effective Psychology for Managers” – Prentice Hall, 1965; [Now in its tenth printing has sold over 75,000 copies].

“Developing People in Industry – Methods and Principles of Training” (with Dr* Douglas H. Fryer and Dr. Sheldon Zalkind), Harper*e, 1958;

“New Psychology for Managers” – Prentice-Hall, 1975 (with Dr. Robert Tanofsky and John J. Tarrant);

“Leavetaking – How to successfully handle life’s most difficult crises” – Simon and Schuster, 1978 (with Gloria Feinberg and Jack J. Tarrant).


Consultant, Lecturer, Visitor – to Europe, Soviet Union, Middle East, Japan, Mexico and Africa. (Travels approximately 70, 000 miles a year.)

Former Industrial Psychology Consultant, Mt. Sinai Hospital of New York.

Former Chief Psychologist, Research Institute of America, New York.

Former Consultant for The American Foundation of Religion and Psychiatry.

Former instructor and lecturer at Columbia University Graduate School, Long Island University, New York University and Brooklyn College.


B.S. – City College of New York

M.A. – Indiana University

Ph.D. – New York University

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