Marshall, William L.

I was born in Perth, Western Australia, on July 30, 1935. I left school at age 15 years, that being the earliest age permitted in Western Australia. I worked in various clerical jobs until age 26 years, when an opportunity was presented to attend university as a matureage entrant. My undergraduate degree (B. Psych., 1967) at the University of Western Australia provided an excellent grounding in experimental psychology, particularly in perception and learning, which proved to be very useful. My research supervisor A. J. (Tim) Marshall (unrelated) provided excellent guidance. A master's of science at the University of London (1969) was spent in both study and extensive clinical experience at both Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals. Stanley (Jack) Rachman was my clinical supervisor. Jack ...

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