Lou Ellen LaFollette

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Lou Ellen LaFollette
Lou Ellen LaFollette
Born (1933-01-01)January 1, 1933
Died (2018-02-17)February 17, 2018
Residence Caledonia, MI, United States
Nationality USA
Known for Unification, Complementarity, Human Behavior, Animal Behavior, Human Development
Scientific career
Fields Financial Analyst

Graduated Phi Kappa Phi from Michigan State University 1956 with undergraduate majors in pre-med, pre-law and psychology. Spent Junior Year at Pembroke/Brown University in American Civilization Program 1953-1954. Did graduate work in history and psychology at Michigan State University. Worked on many different research projects over the years as a research assistant in the Departments of Psychology, Psychiatry (Medical School) and Education at Michigan State University. Worked as a Social Worker for the Michigan Department of Social Services. Worked as a Marriage Counselor for the Toledo Family Court. Worked as a Health Care Researcher for the Ingham County Health Department. From 1973 to 1996 worked for the Michigan Department of Mental Health as a social research analyst and for the Michigan Department of Management and Budget as a program budget analyst. Conducted a state-wide survey of adult foster care. Raised four children. Was PTA President and School Board Member.

Abstracts

  • 2011 - "[[A Proposed Unified Theory of Human Nature Based Upon Thermodynamics, Electrodynamics and Emergence

]]" (Read in full)