By W.M. Bernstein
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Zuckerman acquired his Ph. D. in psychology from long island college, Graduate university of Arts and technology in 1954 with a specialization in medical psychology. After commencement, he labored for 3 years as a medical psychologist in country hospitals in Norwich, Connecticut and Indianapolis, Indiana.
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