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Douglas H. Heath is an American psychologist, professor, and author who wrote about education and teaching, well-being and success, and maturity (psychological). He attended Swarthmore College and received his B.A. from Amherst College. Heath went on to be awarded a Ph.D. in 1954 from the Harvard Department of Social Relations at Harvard University. He taught as a member of the psychology faculty at Haverford College in Haverford, Pennsylvania, and is a psychodynamic developmentalist. He is married to Harriet Heath and has three grown children.
Some of his works were published with the assistance of Harriet E. Heath, including Fulfilling Lives, Lives of Hope, and Growing More Mature.
- Explorations of Maturity: Studies of Mature and Immature College Men (1965)
- Growing Up in College: Liberal Education and Maturity (1968)
- Humanizing Schools: New Directions, New Decisions (1971)
- Maturity and Competence: A Transcultural View (1977)
- Fulfilling Lives: Paths to Maturity and Success (1991)
- Schools of Hope: Developing Mind and Character in Today’s Youth (1994)
- Lives of Hope: Women’s and Men’s Paths to Success and Fulfillment (1994)
- Morale, Culture, and Character: Assessing Schools of Hope (1999)
- Assessing Schools of Hope: Methods, Norms, and Case Studies (1999)
- Growing More Mature: Insights from the Lives of Highly Achieving Men and Women (2006)