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Ph.D., University of Chicago. Professor and Director of Research Studies, University of Michigan. Dr. Flanders was a 1940 graduate of UC Berkley, receiving degrees in Chemistry and Music. Upon completing his degree in Electrical Engineering from Oregon State College, he served in the Army Signal Corps during World War II. He earned his Ph.D in Educational Psychology from the University of Chicago. In addition to being a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies of the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, he was also the recipient of two Fulbright scholarships. He was the author of Interaction Analysis in the Classroom: A Manual for Observers (1960), Helping Teachers Change Their Behavior (1963), The Role of the Teacher in the Classroom (1967), Analyzing Teaching Behavior (1970), and numerous research articles.

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