Dr. George Stuart Klein received his BA in 1938 from City College in New York and his Ph. D. from Columbia in 1942. Klein was an aviation psychologist for the United States Army Air Forces from 1942-1946. He worked at the Menninger Clinic from 1946-1951, and was a consultant from 1953-1963. A visiting lecturer at Harvard from 1951-1953, he finished his career as a professor of psychology at New York University and director of its Research Center for Mental Health, having worked there since 1953. Dr. Klein's fields of research and/or interest included cognition and motivation, personality theory, social psychology, and psychoanalytic theory. Dr. Klein died of a heart attack on April 11, 1971.
From the description of George S. Klein papers, 1940-1971. (University of Akron). WorldCat record id: 61671918