Educator, psychologist. Born– Mar. 19, 1917 in Clermont, Ga. Parents– Ferd Cris and Hassie (MacMillan) Staton. Married– Emma Dunlap on Oct. 27, 1951. Education– University of Georgia, A.B., M.A..; George Peabody College, Ph.D.; further study at Columbia University. Taught in Atlanta public schools, 1936-1942; clinical psychologist in U.S.Army, 1942-1945; practiced clinical psychotherapy after 1953; captain U.S. Air Force Reserves; educational adviser at Air University, 1946-1959; in 1959, became head of Dept. of Psychology at Huntingdon College; president of Educational Aids, Publishers; consulting psychologist to business and industrial organizations. Member American, Southeastern, and Alabama Psychological Associations and American Academy of Psychotherapy.


Contemporary Authors, Vol. 7R.


Dynamics of Adolescent Adjustment. New York; Macmillan, 1963.

How to Instruct Successfully; Modern Teaching Methods in Adult Education. New York; McGraw-Hill, 1960.

How to Learn Faster and Better. Montgomery, Ala.; Educational Aids, 1958.

How to Study. Montgomery, Ala.; Educational Aids, 1951.

Human Relations for Supervisors; How to Make Every Day Pay Day. Minneapolis; American Guidance Service, 1957.

R.S.V.P.; a Dynamic Approach to Study. Glenview, Ill.; Scott, Foresman, 1966.