Educator. Born– May 11, 1928, in Ozark, Ala. Parents– W. D. and Floy Mae (Andrews) Snellgrove. Married– Ethel Deloney in 1949. Children– Two. Education– Emory University, B.A.; University of Alabama, M.A., Ed.D. Taught high school in Bessemer and Tuscaloosa; taught at Union University, 1960-1968; taught Lambuth College after 1968. Member Mid-Western, Southeastern, and American Psychological Associations, and the Jackson Mental Health Association.


Contemporary Authors, Vol. 3


Construction and Use of Inexpensive Psychological Apparatuses. Jackson, Tenn.; Union University, 1962.


Equipment for Classroom Demonstration and Student Research in Experimental Psychology at High School and College Level. New York; McGraw-Hill, 1967.

Psychological Experiments and Experiences (workbook). 6th ed. New York; Harcourt, 1974.

Psychology, Its Principles and Applications. 5th ed. New York; Harcourt, 1969.

Teachers Manual and Objective Tests for Use with Psychology. 5th ed. New York; Harcourt, 1969.