Warren Chaney

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Warren Chaney
Warren Chaney in 2010.jpg
Warren H. Chaney in January 2010
Born Warren Herbert Chaney
(1942-11-03) November 3, 1942 (age 71)
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Education Ph.D. (Management/Behavioral Science)
MBA (Finance)
B.S. with a double major in (Marketing and Speech and Theatre)
Occupation Executive, author, film maker, behavioral scientist, entertainer, businessman
Years active 1959–present
Religion Christian
Spouse(s) Deborah Winters
Children Lesley, Leonora, Dominique, Jason, Grayson
Relatives Brother, Sister

Warren Herbert Chaney (born November 3, 1942) is an American executive, author, filmmaker, behavioral scientist, entertainer, businessman and a pioneer in early television.[1][2][3] In a career spanning four decades, Chaney wrote fifteen books, fourteen screenplays, and seventy-eight professional and nonprofessional magazine and journal articles.[2][4] He wrote nine songs used in feature films and eight for theatrical productions.[5] From 1978 to 1994, he wrote entries for Collier's Encyclopedia,[6] considered by Kister's Best Encyclopedias, to be the best written of the commercial encyclopedias.[7] Chaney produced ten motion pictures, wrote fourteen and directed nine.[8][9][10][11] He is probably best known for his films America: A Call to Greatness starring Charlton Heston, Mickey Rooney, and Peter Graves; Behind the Mask (1992 film)[12] starring Roy Alan Wilson and Deborah Winters; Aloha Summer[13] starring Chris Makepeace, Don Michael Paul and Tia Carrere, and the pioneering 60s television series, Magic Mansion.[8][14] He worked professionally as an entertainer during his college and young adult years eventually serving on the board of directors for Vent Haven Museum, the board of advisors for the International Ventriloquists' Association eventually receiving the Order of Merlin award from the International Brotherhood of Magicians.[15][16][17][18]

During a lengthy business and academic career, Chaney established the first University Health Services Administration program for the state of Texas,[17] served on multiple boards of directors and advisory boards of public companies and is considered a leader in the field of self-directed neuroplastic development of cognitive functions.[19][20][21][22]

Chaney's film and television work won awards at the New York Film Festival, Houston World Fest and an Emmy for the production opening of his Y2K – World in Crisis miniseries.[23] He won best director, producer, and screenplay awards at the CineCon, Critics' Choice and American Cinema Awards.[17][24][25][25]

Chaney retired from film and television in 2005 and served as CEO (Chief Executive Officer) for the Mind Technologies Institute until 2012 when he retired for a second time.[26][27] [28]

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Warren Chaney was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the son of Herbert and Izetta Chaney. His father was a coal miner and later in life, a barber.[3] His mother was an early 1900s' Nebraska and Kentucky schoolteacher and spent most of her adult life in public education. Chaney lived briefly in the small towns of St. Charles, Kentucky and Springfield, Tennessee but grew up from the age of five in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.[29] He carried newspapers for the Kentucky New Era from age 11 to 17 and credits the experience as valuable training for his adult life.[30] Chaney became an accomplished ventriloquist, magician and entertainer at a young age and used his entertainment skills to work his way through college.[31] Upon graduation he became a direct commission officer in the United States Army.[32]

Education[edit]

Chaney earned a double major Bachelor of Science from Austin Peay State University, graduating in 1964 with degrees in Marketing and Speech and Theatre.[33] In 1968 he received an MBA (Master of Business Administration) with a concentration in finance and management from St. Mary's University, Texas.[34] He received a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) degree from the University of North Texas in 1974 in the fields of management and behavioral science.[35] Chaney became the University's "Outstanding Alumni Award Recipient" in 2009.[36][37]

Careers[edit]

Captain Warren Chaney (seated) performs and directs this U.S. Dept. of Army Broadcast Production.

Military career (1964–1969)[edit]

Chaney received a direct commission officer assignment in the United States Army and served in multiple military commands during the Vietnam Era including tours in Europe and Asia.[38][39] In addition to regular wartime military assignments, he intermittently used his entertainment talents in other armed forces endeavors.[40] In 1965, a then - 1st Lieutenant Chaney entered and won top honors at an All Army Talent Contest. The top winners were formed into an All Army Entertainment production unit that toured and performed at military installations countries throughout Europe and Asia.[41][42] Lt. Chaney was selected to be the OIC (Officer in Charge).[1] During the tour, he often left the regular show and traveled to remote outposts in Vietnam and Thailand to perform. It is estimated that he gave 300 performances in Vietnam alone.[43] Following his Asian tour, Chaney was promoted to Captain (OF-2) and recruited to write, direct and coproduce an AFRTS Network sitcom television series, Magic Mansion.[44] During the series he wrote, directed and coproduced all of the 120 episodes.[17][45]

Chaney's final tour of duty initiated his academic career when he was assigned as an instructor to the Department of Army's Academy of Health Science located at Fort Sam Houston. The Academy was situated near the Brooke Army Medical Center and housed Baylor University's program in Health Services Administration. While stationed here, Chaney wrote three books on the handling of medical material and produced multiple film and television projects for the United States Department of Army, Surgeon General's Office.[2][46][47][48] It was during this tour of duty that Chaney received an MBA (Masters of Business Administration) from St. Mary's University.[34] In late 1969, Chaney was honorably discharged receiving the Distinguished Service Medal, and Commendation Medal; and entered civilian life.[49]

Writing career (1967—)[edit]

Publication Flyer accompanying a press release by various speakers' bureaus

Warren Chaney embarked on a writing career amidst his military service when he wrote all 120 episodes of the AFRTS Network production, Magic Mansion from 1965 until 1967. During this period, he wrote his first book, The Human Factor, a technical manual detailing the collection, handling, storage and shipment of whole blood.[50] In October 1967, he was reassigned to the United States Department of the Army's Academy of Health Science at Fort Sam Houston. During this assignment, he wrote two additional books pertaining to medical material.[51][52] In 1973, during his doctorate years, Chaney completed an unusual statistical study of the widely used reinstatement remedy under the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).[53] He surveyed and reported on 100% of all terminations falling under the NLRB's District 16 demonstrating that the long-standing law had failed. His study was published in 1974 by the Labor Law Journal making him one of the few non-attorneys ever published in that Law Review.[53] Eight years later, he followed with a second follow-up study and 100% survey of the same NLRB District. Once more the Labor Law Journal published his work[54] which in turn led to a request and later publication of a special study for the United States Congressional Special Sub-Committee On Labor-Management Relations.[55] The three publications were considered groundbreaking and were continually referenced in other publications for decades afterward.[56][57][58][59] The studies have continued to be used as reference material into the 21st Century.[60][61]

Chaney co-authored his fourth book, The Union Epidemic, during his tenure as a professor of the University of Houston at Clear Lake City.[62] It was one of the first anti-union books dealing with the potential danger posed by growing unions within the healthcare industry.[63] Chaney wrote 58 journal and/or magazine articles from 1968 until 1982. He was the Editor of the Health Care Communiqué, published quarterly by the Southwest Federation of Academic Disciplines from 1976 until 1978.[64]

From 1999 until 2005, Chaney wrote eight additional books and another 28 articles.[65] During this interval he also wrote fourteen screenplays and innumerable broadcast television projects, commercials and infomercials.[33][66] He joined the Mind Technologies Institute as its CEO from 2005 to 2012 during which time, he wrote four books and multiple journal and magazine articles.[67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74]

Business Consulting and Academic career (1970–1983)[edit]

Warren Chaney (left) and Joe Weider discuss plans for the first International Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness (IFBB) Ms. Olympia women's bodybuilding championship competition held in April 1980

While pursuing a doctorate, Chaney taught management and marketing classes at the University of North Texas. He received some notoriety and national press when he organized students in his marketing research classes to develop working international business models for acquiring goods in Mexico for resale in the United States.[75] The student classes would then travel to Mexico and back with their grades dependent upon the profit earned from their endeavors. Following graduation, The Western Company of North America hired Chaney as their National Director of Organizational Development and he remained with them until late 1974 when he left for a career in management consulting and Academia.[76] He became one of the founding professors for the new University of Houston at Clear Lake City where he obtained tenure while establishing a separate management consulting practice.[77] He conducted business seminars and taught graduate level classes in Health Care Administration, Management and Marketing. While there, Chaney initiated and helped establish the first Texas State university program in Health Care Administration.[76][78] He published continuously, becoming the Editor for the Health Care Communiqué from 1976 to 1978 (published by the Health Care Administration Division of the American Academy of Management).[76][78]

Independent of academia, Chaney managed an independent management consulting practice from the late 60s until 1989.[78][79] His clients consisted of large companies and organizations including NASA, AT&T, Humana, Diamond Shamrock (now Valero Energy Corporation) and the Celanese Corporation amongst others.[25][77]

During his years of management consulting, Chaney owned and managed multiple businesses including a film lab, newspaper and a series of health clubs.[29] In 1985, he worked closely with his Joe Weider and Lloyd Lambert (President of Dynacam Industries) to stage the first Ms. Olympia women's bodybuilding competition (held in Philadelphia, PA).[80][81] Chaney and Weider became friends and afterwards, Chaney wrote frequent articles for many of the Weider publications.[82][83][84] Years later, in 1995, Joe Weider would make a rare public appearance in Chaney's American docudrama, America: A Call to Greatness.[85]

In 1980, he joined a family friend in the production of a motion picture in Hawaii, Aloha Summer.[86] By 1983, citing burnout, Chaney sold his consulting practice and businesses and relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film.[29]

Warren Chaney directing on a location set of The Hidden Jungle 1990

Film and Television Career (1980–2005)[edit]

Chaney's initial experience in film and television occurred in 1965 when he developed a weekly children's television series sitcom for the AFRTS Network titled Magic Mansion.[87] The series ran for 120 episodes during which the young 22-year-old 1st Lieutenant wrote, directed and coproduced all of them.[88] The program broadcast live for 79 of those episodes becoming the last dramatic show to perform live and one of the first to transfer filming to the newly invented medium of videotape.[89][90] Near the end of the second broadcast season, Chaney received military transfer orders and so during the final months of the shows, he wrote, directed and produced two shows a week to provide AFRTS a Season Three.[40][91] The taped broadcasts were later rerun throughout Europe and Asia.[92][93]

During his final military assignment, Chaney was attached to the Dept. of Army's Academy of Health Science where he produced, directed and acting in a number of films and television productions for the Department of Army. His career in Hollywood began in 1980 when he Executive Produced his first feature, Aloha Summer. Chaney relocated to Los Angeles in early 1983 where he wrote for film and television while occasionally producing his own features. The Lamp (film) was produced in 1986 followed by a sequel, The Outing (film) in 1987. He wrote and produced Into the Spider's Web in 1989 and The Hidden Jungle in 1991. This was followed by a children's comedy horror film, Haunted (1991 film) in 92 and a western, The Broken Spur (1992). He wrote and directed a series of other films during the 90s including the six-hour miniseries, Behind the Mask (1992 film). In 1994, Chaney wrote, directed and produced America: A Call to Greatness starring Charlton Heston, Mickey Rooney, Deborah Winters, Peter Graves and Rita Moreno. The film also starred Gene Autry in the western actor/singer's final film performance.[94][95][96]

Chaney returned to television production in 1999 and 2000 writing and directing the Y2K – World in Crisis series with Hugh O'Brian, Richard Anderson, Dick Van Patten, Richard Roundtree and Deborah Winters. He continued writing, directing and producing in the medium, gradually moving into the realm of commercials. After 25 years in film and television, Chaney retired from the industry in 2005 and returned to work in his doctoral field of behavioral sciences. In November 2005, Chaney was hired as CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of the Mind Technologies Institute.[26] He continued in this position until he retired upon the sale of the company in 2012.

Since 2005[edit]

In 2005, after 25 years in the industry, Warren Chaney retired from the film and television.[37] Shorty afterwards, he took a position as Chief Executive Officer (CEO of the Mind Technologies Institute, a research organization specializing in the study of the brain, it's care and influence in major areas of cognitive performance.[26] The Institute's endeavors were similar to Chaney's doctorate and earlier consulting and academic research areas. He directed the company into new neuroscience studies of self-directed neuroplasticity, creating private and public workshops for dissemination of new discoveries.[97] His work in self-directed neuroplasticity is widely published and had drawn the attention of major academic institutions.[98] His work in developing field of Audio Brain Stimulation (ABS) is considered groundbreaking by some in the field of medicine.[99] Starting in 2005, Chaney wrote two books incorporating the emerging field of self-directed neuroplasticity that were published in 2007[67][100] and an additional one in 2009.[101]

As the turn of the decade in 2001, Chaney continued to write[102] and speak publicly[103] on self-directed neuroplasticity, brain health and development. Until 2012, he led several teams of trained instructors conducting corporate, organizational and public workshops throughout the United States.[26]

Chaney retired from the Mind Technologies Institute in November 2012 upon the company's sale to the Excel Corporation.[28] He continues to write, speak publically and occasionally lead educational seminars relating to his fields of experience.[103][104]

Recognition[edit]

A 1992 photo of Warren Chaney with some of his film, television, entertainment and business service awards

Warren Chaney has received recognition and won awards for his film and television work from the New York Film Festival and WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.[105] The awards include those for best director and screenplay at the Versailles Film Festival; and CineCon Film Festival.[106] His television miniseries Y2K – World in Crisis received an Emmy Award for its opening sequence in 1999.[27] Chaney's book on which the series was based was credited by CBS News in 2000 as being partly responsible for U.S. industry's successful transition to the new century.[107][108] Chaney has been featured on national television including ABC's Good Morning America, NBC's Real People, PM Magazine, the ABC Radio Network, and the weekend CBS Evening News.[10][23][109] On August 4, 1992, Houston Mayor Bob Lanier (politician), issued a proclamation naming that day as Behind the Mask Day in honor of Chaney's Behind the Mask (1992 film).[110]

North Texas University granted Chaney its Outstanding Alumni Award on August 3, 2009.[111] He was elected as President of the Bay Area Christian Baseball Association, a youth charity, for three terms from 1999 until 2001.[112][113] Chaney has been elected to public and private boards of directors including the Dynamic Media Corporation, Profit Financial Corporation, The Adoodle/Noxo Corporation, Frontier GeoSciences (now Frontier Global Sciences),[114] and the Mind Technologies Institute.[19][20][115]

Chaney received recognition listings in various Marquis Who's Who and Hanover publications' "non-paid" biographical indexes including Who's Who In The South And Southwest, Who's Who In Health Care, and The International Biographers' Index.[77][78] From 1980 to 1983, he was elected to the Board of Directors of Vent Haven Museum and in 2006 was awarded the "Order of Merlin" by the International Brotherhood of Magicians.[15]

Speeches, presentations and media discourse[edit]

Chaney has made frequent public appearances and delivered enumerable speeches and presentations during his lifetime.[10][116][117][118][119] He has appeared in the national media engaging in personal and public discourse (see recognition).[23] Since 2005, Chaney has conducted workshops nationally on cognition, memory, self-directed plasticity and brain heath.[103][120][121] He continues to make appearances on various talk radio stations and networks[122][123][124] along with occasional internet commentary.[125]

Legacy[edit]

Warren Chaney prepares for an on-camera appearance in a PAX Network television broadcast.

With a career that spanned over forty years, Warren Chaney produced copious published works including books, screenplays, feature films, broadcast and commercial television productions.[105] Reviews have generally been favorable although he has received criticism[126] His film, The Outing was initially panned with Richard Harrington of the Washington Post writing that, "It was "stupid and senseless, and the special effects look as if they were shot on a family's weekly shopping budget."[127] However in recent years, the film developed somewhat of a cult following.[128][129] On the other hand Hal Erickson writing for Rovi said of Chaney's Hawaiian film, Aloha Summer, "Aloha Summer is a magnificently photographed delight for surf-movie aficionados." Winston Aaronson of Screen Times said the film is "well directed and extremely well written." Verna Schroder of The Sun News wrote, "the film is emotionally moving." Some reviewers cautioned that the historic nature of the film possibly made it too religious or conservative for some audiences.[130]

Chaney is considered one of television's early pioneers[131] for his work in the 60s AFRTS series Magic Mansion[41][132] Net News Daily writing of Chaney's early work on Magic Mansion stated, "Magic Mansion" was much more than a children's' show presented by the Armed Forces Radio & Television Network. It remains an important memory for many of the children of the Viet Nam era whose parents were stationed abroad."[133] Thirty seven years after Magic Mansion ended, the daughter of a military family stationed near the shows production facility wrote in the news and events section of Blurp Wire, "I once saw Warren Chaney and Harriett (the shows co-star) at a military commissary. They were swamped by kids and fans. Adults too. What impressed me even then, was how kindly the two treated their fans. They signed autographs for over an hour, talked with the children and so on. I realize now, they were just there shopping."[134]

Chaney has been credited for helping others further their career due to his active mentorship and willingness to provide newcomers a career opportunity. His film's screen credits regularly included credits for film interns and production assistants. Actress Tia Carrere (Wayne's World, True Lies and Rising Sun has credited Chaney with her discovery in a grocery store that led to a lead role in Aloha Summer.[135][136] Likewise actors Rutherford Cravens,[137] Hunter Lee Hughes,[138] and character actress Kathy Lamkin (No Country for Old Men, Friday Night Lights (TV series)[139] credit their initial film break to Chaneyl.[140] Scott Bankston, film producer of 50 First Dates began his career with a starring role in Chaney's The Outing.[141] Film and television crew members such as three time Emmy winning television producer Michelle Fitzgerald[142][143] and the special effects makeup artist team of Phillip and Melissa Nichols[144][145](Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls Rushmore (film) and Arlington Road), have acknowledged the same.[146] Chaney and Lloyd Lambert, CEO of Dynacam Industries collaborated to bring a Texas female bodybuilder newcomer, Rachel Mclish to compete in the first Ms. Olympia bodybuilding contest where she won the 1980 inaugural competition.[147]

Personal life[edit]

Actress Deborah Winters Chaney (right) chats with husband, film director Warren Chaney (left) and actor Richard Farnsworth (center), on the Y.O. Ranch set for the Sandpiper Productions-MGM film The Broken Spur (1992).

Warren Chaney is married to actress Deborah Winters.[148] They have five children and lived in California before relocating to Texas in 1986. Chaney's hobbies and interests are varied and appear to reflect his career, film, television and publication activities.

Chaney is a chess player and avid filmgoer with a penchant for western themed films.[149] He writes music, plays the banjo and enjoys theatre. Chaney continues to maintain an interest in magic (prestidigitation) and ventriloquism and is a longtime member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians.[16] He is an avid reader and maintains a sizable library.[1] Chaney is an ardent baseball fan and for three years was elected president of the Bay Area Christian Baseball Association in Houston, Texas.[113] His business partner Scott Sheldon, is a former professional baseball player for over 16 years.[150]

From 1983 until 1986, Chaney faced multiple litigation charges emanating from a 1982 sale of one of the Chaney companies.[151][152] Eleven months following its sale, the company filed bankruptcy and investor civil charges including charges from the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and a U.S. Attorney's office in Eastern Kentucky. In a lengthy trial, Chaney and his brother were cleared of all charges, won all pending litigation during which the SEC abruptly dropped all charges.[153][154] Chaney worked with investors of the company who had lost money to form class action litigation in order that assets reclaimed from the bankrupt company by Chaney could be returned to the investors for their benefit.[155]

Chaney is a Sherlockian member of the John Openshaw Chapter of the Baker Street Irregulars and the Editor of the monthly Sherlock Holmes society publication, The Pip's Log from 1979 until 1983.[156][157] He is a painter and sculptor and in 1981, his sculpted Sherlock Holmes bronze was presented to the Sherlock Holmes Society of London. In 2004 it was sent to America as part of a larger Sherlock Holmes Collection, sponsored by the University of Minnesota libraries.[158] He is an artist and his work frequently appears on the internet and in various publications.[159][160][161]

Chaney is active in church and affiliated activities and often engages in Christian educational activities.[162] He has written two books and two second-editions reflecting his faith.[163][164] He has written and directed theatrical plays whose themes were faith related.[165][166]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Film director Warren Chaney (left) with actor Charlton Heston (seated) and film crew of America: A Call to Greatness
Lobby Card used in promotion for Sandpiper Productions' The Broken Spur (1992), directed by Warren Chaney and starring Gabriel Folse, Jo Thompson-Schreiner and Jayson Sutherland.
A 1974 photo of ventriloquist Warren Chaney. Chaney continued performing throughout his young adult years, serving for 3 years on the Vent Haven Museum Board of Directors.
A Sherlock Holmes Bronze (sculpted by Warren Chaney) as part of the "Sherlock Holmes Collection" loaned on display from the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and sponsored by the University of Minnesota Libraries in 1982.

Warren Chaney wrote, directed, produced, and occasionally acted in film and television since 1965. His work includes feature films, documentaries, miniseries and television series along with commercial and infomercial projects for television. The following are selective representations of his work excluding commercial television productions.[8][9][27][167][168]

Year Film Credited as Company
Director Producer Writer Actor Role
1995 America: A Call to Greatness Yes Yes Yes Millennial Entertainment, Inc.
1994 Shadow of the Mask Yes Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1992 Behind the Mask (1992 film) Yes Yes Yes Yes FBI Agent Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1992 The Broken Spur (1992) Yes Yes Yes Yes Bannon Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1991 Haunted (1991 film) Yes
2nd Unit Director
Yes Yes Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1988 The Hidden Jungle Yes
2nd Unit Director
Yes Yes Yes The President Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1988 Into the Spider's Web Yes
2nd Unit Director
Yes Yes Yes Ted Craftsman Intercontinental Releasing Corporation
1989 The Shadow Rider Yes Millennial Entertainment, Inc.
1988 Aloha Summer Yes
Executive Producer
Yes The Vendor International Spectrafilm
1988 A Tear In Time Yes Sho Kosugi Productions
Hemdale Releasing Corporation
1987 The Outing (film) Yes
2nd Unit Director
Yes Yes Yes Detective Charles TMS Pictures
1986 Rockenstein Yes H.I.T. Films, Inc.
1986 The Lamp (film) Yes
2nd Unit Director
Yes Yes Yes Investigative Officer Skouras Pictures
1986 Breakdancers From Mars Yes Tom Daley Productions, Inc.
1986 Materials Management
(film documentary)
Yes Yes Yes Yes Narrator/Host United States Department of the Army
(Surgeon General's Office)

Television[edit]

Year Title Credit Company
1999–2000 Y2K – World in Crisis (Mini-series) Writer, Director, Producer Cable: Media Entertainment
1998 Inside the IRS (documentary) Writer, director, producer Cable: National Audit Defense Network
1997 Watching Over Me! (Children's animated special) Director, writer Miracle Sound Network, Inc.
1992 Mortgage Management (Documentary) Director, Writer CMS Releasing Corporation
1965–1968 Magic Mansion (television series sitcom – 120 episodes) Director, writer, co-producer, actor (role – The Magician) AFRTS Network

Publications[edit]

Books, journal or magazine articles, short stories, editorial comments and professional papers appear to comprise the bulk of Chaney's literary writing.[2][77] His work varies from serious and technical,[169][170] topical[171] and religious material[172] to children's books[173][174] and congressional studies.[175] His screenplays and theatrical dramas[8] are discussed elsewhere.

Books[2][4][76][81][edit]

  • Focus And Concentration The Sound Of Thought, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Houghton-Brace Publishing Company – New York, 2009.[176]
  • The Dynamic Mind, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Houghton-Brace Publishing Company – New York, 2007.[177]
  • A Workbook For The Dynamic Mind, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Harcourt-Brace Publishing Company, New York, 2007.[178]
  • What's In A Name?, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Harcourt-Brace Publishing Company, New York, 2007.[179]
  • Rx For Youth, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Oxford-Hanover Publishing Company, New York, 2003.[180]
  • 2nd Edition - A Messianic Passover Haggadah, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D, BACC Publishing, Houston, 2006.
  • 2nd Edition - A Leader's Guide To The Passover, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., BACC Publishing, Houston, 2006.
  • A Messianic Passover Haggadah, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D, BACC Publishing, Houston, 2000.[181]
  • A Leader's Guide To The Passover, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., BACC Publishing, Houston, 2000.[182]
  • Coco's Luck, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Miracle Sound Publishing Company, Houston, Texas, 1999.[174]
  • Y2K: A World In Crisis, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Swan Publishing Company, New York, 1999.[183]
  • The Union Epidemic; Prescription for Management, Chaney, Warren H. and Beech, Thomas R., Aspen Publishing Company, Germantown, Maryland, 1975.[184]
  • Techniques In The Storage Of Medical Material, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Academy of Health Sciences, United States Department of Army, 1969.[185]
  • Packaging, Packing And Preservation Of Medical Material, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Academy of Health Sciences, United States Department of Army, 1968.[186]
  • The Human Factor—Shipping and Storage of Whole Blood, Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., U.S. Army Medical Depot, Ryukyu Medical Center, United States Department of Army, 1966.[50]

Editorial Positions and Selected articles[27][187][188][edit]

Warren Chaney was the managing editor for various publications[189] as well as contributing to various magazine and journals. His articles appear to cover a wide array of subject material. Some were technical while others were topic based or short stories. Aside from books, articles, professional papers[190] and editorial commentary, Chaney frequently contributed chapters to books written by others.[191]

Editor[edit]

  • Editor of Health Care Communiqué, Healthcare Administration Division of the Southwestern Federation of Academic Disciplines, 1976-1978[192]
  • Editor of TA Update - a former Transactional Analysis publication of Southwestern Bell Telephone, 1975-1976.[78]
  • Editor of The Pip's Log, a monthly publication of the Sherlockian Society's – John Oppenshaw Chapter of The Baker Street Irregulars.[193]

Select articles, short stories and contributed chapters[edit]

  • "Using Neuroplasticity to Achieve Cognitive Change," Warren H. Chaney, Ph.D., Journal of Applied Cognitive-Behavioral Science, Volume 5, 1st Quarter, 2009, pp. 132–145.
  • "Changing Brains – Understanding the Adolescent Brain", Warren H. Chaney, Ph.D., Your New Mind, (On Line Journal), 1st Quarter, 2009.
  • "The Return," (A short story), written by Warren Chaney, Sci-Fi Adventures, Swapsale, Los Angeles, CA, October-Edition, 2008.
  • "A Study of the Impact and Outcome of The Dynamic Mind Workshop Upon One Hundred Fifty Randomly Selected Personnel," Warren H. Chaney, Ph.D., and Denny Megarity, Ph.D., Journal of Applied Cognitive-Behavioral Science, Volume 3, 2nd Quarter, 2007, pp. 132–145.
  • "Mission to Pluto," (A short story), Warren Chaney, Sci-Fi Adventures, Swapsale, Los Angeles, CA, June, Edition, 2007.
  • "Who Was That Masked Man", Chaney, Warren, Ph.D. Swapsale Magazine, January 5, 2003.
  • "It's Hard to Lose a Hero", by Chaney, Warren H., Solar Guard (Online)
  • "Bad Management", Warren H. Chaney, a chapter contributed to the Handbook of Health Care Human Resources Management, Norman Metzger, Aspen Corp., Germantown, Maryland, 1982.
  • "An Analysis of Aggression, Part III", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Fitness Magazine, September, 1982.
  • "Aging in America", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D, and Callaghan, Donald, Ph.D., professional paper delivered to National Conference on Aging, 1982.
  • "Understanding Motivation", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., a chapter in a reading's book, Sales Management: Readings and Cases, LeRoy Whitten, Arlington Publishing Company, Washington, D.C., 1982.
  • "An Eight Year Study of the Reinstatement Remedy Under the National Labor Relations Act", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D. - A Special Report prepared for The House Of Representatives Special Sub-Committee On Labor-Management Relations, Washington, D.C., 1981.
  • "Motivating Employees", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., a professional paper for the Annual Conference of Oral and Maxiolfacial Surgeons, Seattle, Washington, 1981.
  • "The Reinstatement Remedy Revisited", Chaney, Warren H. Ph.D., Labor Law Journal, pp. 357-365, June, 1981.
  • "A Study of the Reinstatement Remedy", Labor Law Journal, Stephens, Elvis, Ph.D., Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Vol. 25, No. l, pp. 31-41, January, 1974.
  • "A Study of Facilitating and Inhibiting Personality Dimensions in Occupational Identification", Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., in Personality and Occupation, University of North Texas, 1974.
  • "A New York Stock Exchange Industry Comparative Study: Ten-year Price-earnings Multiples and Compound growth rates of insurance, oil-crude production, and retail food chains", Chaney, Warren H., in Stock Price Forecasting, St. Mary's University, 1970.

Music (partial listing)[edit]

Warren Chaney has written songs used in feature film, television and theatrical productions.[23][103][194]

  • "A Call to Greatness" - written by Warren Chaney, Music by Greg X Volz and Frank Curcio, for two hour television network special, America: A Call to Greatness, music published and © (p) 1995 Jabbok Music/ASCAP, 1995.
  • "America Calls" - written by Warren Chaney and Ron Dixon for two hour television network special, America: A Call to Greatness, music published and © (p) 1995 Ford's Creek Music/ASCAP.
  • "An American" - written by Warren Chaney and Ron Dixon for two hour television network special, America: A Call to Greatness, music published and © (p) 1995 Ford's Creek Music and Warren Chaney Productions Above and Beyond/ASCAP.
  • "The Day is Done" - song, written by Warren Chaney and Ted Mason, 1989 for motion picture, The Broken Spur (1992), music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.
  • "Wandering" - song, written by Warren H. Chaney and Ted Mason, 1989 for motion picture, The Broken Spur (1992), music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.
  • "Little Friend" - song, written by Warren H. Chaney and Ted Mason, 1989 for motion picture, The Broken Spur (1992), music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.
  • "Ride, Ride, Ride" - song, written by Warren H. Chaney and Ted Mason, 1989 for motion picture, The Broken Spur (1992), music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.
  • "My Mother" - song, written by Warren H. Chaney and Ted Mason, 1989 for the motion picture, The Hidden Jungle, music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.
  • "When You're Up" - song, written by Warren H. Chaney and Ted Mason, 1990 for motion picture, Into the Spider's Web, music published and © (p) by Cook Sound, Inc./ASCAP 1989.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Cameron, David, Magic Mansion Revisited (part 1)
  2. ^ a b c d e Open Library (Warren H. Chaney)
  3. ^ a b Screened (general Information)
  4. ^ a b Library Thing (Warren Chaney Publication Index)
  5. ^ America Movie (Bio)
  6. ^ Collier's Encyclopedia, Crowell-Collier and Macmillan Publishing Company, New York 1978-1994 editions
  7. ^ Kister, KF (1994). Kister's Best Encyclopedias: A Comparative Guide to General and Specialized Encyclopedias (2nd ed.). Phoenix, Arizona: Oryx Press. ISBN 0-89774-744-5. 
  8. ^ a b c d Internet Movie Database (Warren Chaney)
  9. ^ a b Turner Classic Movies (Warren Chaney)
  10. ^ a b c Decabner, Mack, Warren Chaney Biography
  11. ^ Leazer, Melony, Film Executive Proud, Kentucky New Era, July 28, 2001
  12. ^ Turner Classic Movies - Behind the Mask [1]
  13. ^ THEIAPOLIS CINEMA (Aloha Summer)
  14. ^ New York Times (Movies)
  15. ^ a b The Order of Merlin (Presented by the International Brotherhood of Magicians) [2]
  16. ^ a b International Brotherhood of Magicians (Order of Merlin)
  17. ^ a b c d Mind Technologies Institute (Bio)
  18. ^ Vent Haven Museum
  19. ^ a b Dynamic Media, Inc.'s SB-2 Registration Statement Filed With the SEC
  20. ^ a b Adoodle Announces New Advisory Board, July 11, 2011
  21. ^ Who's Who In the South and Southwest, Marquis Publications, 1980-1981, pp. 128, ISBN 0-8379-0817-5
  22. ^ North Texas University (Warren Chaney)
  23. ^ a b c d The Paintball Kid (brief bio), Paintball World, May 28, 2008
  24. ^ Open Library (Warren H. Chaney, Ph.D.)
  25. ^ a b c LibraryThing (Warren H. Chaney-Biography) [3]
  26. ^ a b c d The Mind Technologies Institute [mindtechinstitute.net/]
  27. ^ a b c d PNOP Movie Biographies (Stroud, Robert bio for Warren Chaney)
  28. ^ a b Feeling at Holmes, Turner, Bronwyn, Galveston Daily News, Friday, December 6, 2013, Section B Entertainment - pp 1,6
  29. ^ a b c Atchley, Lowell, "Native of town realizing dream in film industry", Kentucky New Era, January 8, 1988 page 1 [4]
  30. ^ Filmmaker Chaney Credits Area, Jennings, David S., Kentucky New Era, March 30, 1995 pp 11d [5]
  31. ^ Glen, Ray, New Era Gives Psychologist His Start, Kentucky New Era, May 29, 1978 [6]
  32. ^ Native of town realizing dream in film industry, Atchley, Lowell, Kentucky New Era, January 8, 1988 page 1 [7]
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  34. ^ a b Library Listing (Warren H. Chaney
  35. ^ Library Listing (Warren H. Chaney
  36. ^ Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients (Dr. Warren H. Chaney) 2009
  37. ^ a b University of North Texas (College of Business) [8]
  38. ^ VetFriends.com [9]
  39. ^ Veteran's Website
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  44. ^ As Television Changed – Forever, Swapsale Time Machine, January, 2010 [10]
  45. ^ Internet Movie Database (Magic Mansion)
  46. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Techniques In the Storage of Medical Material, Academy of Health Sciences, Department of Army, 1969 [11]
  47. ^ Chaney, Warren, Packaging, Packing and Preservation of Medical Material, Medical Fields Service School, Academy of Health Sciences Dept. of Army, Washington, D.C., 1968. [12]
  48. ^ Chaney, Warren, The Human Factor, U.S. Army Medical Depot, Ryukyu Medical Center, Department of Army, Washington, D.C., 1966.[13]
  49. ^ Department of Defense 214-Armed Forces of the United States Report of Discharge for Warren Herbert Chaney; awarding National Defense Service Medal; Meritorious Unit Citation; Army Commendation Medal; 10 October 1970
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  52. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Techniques In the Storage of Medical Material, Academy of Health Sciences, Department of Army, 1969 ISBN 10081423725Y [16]
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  54. ^ "The Reinstatement Remedy Revisited", Labor Law Journal, pp. 357-365, June, 1981.
  55. ^ "An Eight Year Study of the Reinstatement Remedy Under the National Labor Relations Act" - A Special Report prepared for The House Of Representatives Special Sub-Committee On Labor-Management Relations, Washington, D.C., 1981.
  56. ^ Lewin, David, "Unionism and Employment Conflict Resolution: Rethinking Collective Voice and its Consequences", University of California Labor Review, Los Angeles, page 3-33, 45, 56 [17]
  57. ^ Fitzgibbon, Susan A., "Reflections on Gilmer and Cole", Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal Chicago-Kent, College of Law [18]
  58. ^ Sachs, Benjamin I., Enabling Employee Choice: A Structural Approach to the Rules of Union Organizing, Harvard Law Review, Harvard University, pp. 687 [19]
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  61. ^ Gallagher, Mary E., "Time is Money, Efficiency is Life": The Transformation of Labor Relations in China, Studies in Comparative International Development; Summer 2004, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p11, June 2004
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  63. ^ Library Thing, Chaney, Warren, The Union Epidemic, Aspen Systems Corp., Germantown, Md., [23]
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  65. ^ Mind Technologies Institute (Warren Chaney Bio)
  66. ^ Netflix Instant (Chaney on set of Aloha Summer)
  67. ^ a b Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., The Dynamic Mind, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2007, ISBN 0-9793392-0-0 [25]
  68. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., A Workbook for the Dynamic Mind, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2007, ISBN 0979339219 [26]
  69. ^ Chaney Warren H., Ph.D., What's in a Name? – The Dynamic Mind Directory of Names, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2007 LC Control Number: 2007921950 [27]
  70. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Focus and Concentration – The Sound of Thought, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2010 OL Control Number OL24606913M [28]
  71. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "A Study of the Impact and Outcome of the Dynamic Mind Workshop Upon One Hundred Fifty Randomly Selected Personnel," Journal of Applied Cognitive-Behavioral Science, Volume 1 – 2nd Quarter, 2007 []
  72. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "Changing Brains – Understanding the Adolescent Brain," The Adolescent Brain, July 2009 [29]
  73. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "The Right Stuff – What is it? Certain nutrients help keep the mind sharp," [30]
  74. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "A Pilot Study of the Impact and Outcome of the Dynamic Mind™ Student Workshop upon Aldine Student Conferees," Aldine Independent School District, 2010. [31]
  75. ^ UNT Digital Library
  76. ^ a b c d Linkedin (Warren Chaney, Ph.D.)
  77. ^ a b c d Who's Who In the South and Southwest, Marquis Publications, 1980-1981, pp. 128, ISBN 0-8379-0817-5
  78. ^ a b c d e Who's Who In Health Care, Hanover Publications, Inc., New York, 1977, pp. 95 ISBN 0-918710-00-6
  79. ^ Linkedin
  80. ^ Dobbins, Bill, "The First Ms. Olympia - Birth of a Tradition", Bodybuilding.com, April 15, 2003 [32]
  81. ^ a b Business Theology (Warren Chaney Entry)
  82. ^ Chaney, Warren, "An Analysis of Aggression – Part I", Fitness (Magazine), July 1982.
  83. ^ Chaney, Warren, "An Analysis of Aggression – Part II", Fitness (Magazine), August 1982.
  84. ^ Chaney, Warren, "An Analysis of Aggression – Part III", Fitness (Magazine), September 1982.
  85. ^ America Movie (American: A Call to Greatness - Guest Bios)
  86. ^ THEIAPOLIS CINEMA (Aloha Summer
  87. ^ Cameron, David, Magic Mansion Revisited (part 1)
  88. ^ Internet Movie Database (Magic Mansion)
  89. ^ Internet Movie Database (Magic Mansion)
  90. ^ Wilson, Jeremy, Television from Armed Forces, Radio & Television News, 2nd Qtr. 1989 reviews
  91. ^ Cameron, David, The Mansion Closes, Swapsale Magazine Online
  92. ^ As Television Changed – Forever, Swapsale Time Machine, January, 2010
  93. ^ Internet Movie Database (Magic Mansion)
  94. ^ America: A Call to Greatness (Gene Autry)
  95. ^ Internet Movie Database (Gene Autry)
  96. ^ Photo From Gene Autry's Final Performance
  97. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "A Study of the Impact and Outcome of the Dynamic Mind Workshop Upon One Hundred Fifty Randomly Selected Personnel," Journal of Applied Cognitive-Behavioral Science Volume 1 – 2nd Quarter, 2007.
  98. ^ Adjei, Venessa, "In the Zone," Notre Dame Scholastic Magazine, Notre Dame University, December 11, 2008. [33]
  99. ^ Johnstone, John, M.D., "Dynamic Thoughts," Change Magazine, July 18, 2009.
  100. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., A Workbook for the Dynamic Mind, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2007, ISBN 0979339219 [34]
  101. ^ Chaney Warren H., Ph.D., What's in a Name? – The Dynamic Mind Directory of Names, Houghton-Brace Publishing, New York, 2007 LC Control Number: 2007921950 [35]
  102. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., A Pilot Study of the Impact and Outcome of the Dynamic Mind™ Student Workshop upon Aldine Student Conferees, Aldine Independent School District, 2010. [36]
  103. ^ a b c d Speaker's Bureau (Warren Chaney)
  104. ^ IBID
  105. ^ a b The Mind Technologies Institute (Bio Dr. Warren H. Chaney)
  106. ^ Word Press.com (About Dr. Warren Chaney
  107. ^ Biblio Reviews
  108. ^ Alibris (Y2K: A World in Crisis)
  109. ^ Internet Movie Database (Bio)
  110. ^ View proclamation for Houston Behind the Mask (1992 film) Day [37]
  111. ^ North Texas University Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients (Dr. Warren H. Chaney) 2009 [38]
  112. ^ Charities in Friendswood Texas (BAC Baseball Association
  113. ^ a b Bay Area Christian Baseball Association Profile
  114. ^ Frontier Global Sciences
  115. ^ OpenLibrary
  116. ^ ROUNDUP Vol. 17. No. 24 (Note) – NASA publication, December 8, 1978
  117. ^ Newspaper Archive Galveston Daily News (Sherlock Holmes Society of Houston), September 11, 1981 []http://www.newspaperarchive.com/SiteMap/FreePdfPreview.aspx?img=110156536
  118. ^ NewspaperARCHIVE (Chaney speaks on Y2K) - Galveston Daily News - 1999-03-06 [39]
  119. ^ North Texas University (Warren Chaney)
  120. ^ In Transit (My New Brain)
  121. ^ MTI FAQ
  122. ^ [40]
  123. ^ World Changers (Warren H. Chaney Interview)
  124. ^ Yellow Rose (Chaney Interview)
  125. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "The Right Stuff – What is it? Certain nutrients help keep the mind sharp," [41]
  126. ^ Film Review Journal
  127. ^ Richard Harrington (1987-09-05). "'The Outing' (R)". Washington Post. Retrieved 2008-03-15. 
  128. ^ Theopolis Cinema (The Lamp)
  129. ^ Answers.com [42]
  130. ^ Reviews
  131. ^ Wilson, Jeremy, Television from Armed Forces, Radio & Television News, 2nd Qtr. 1989 [43]
  132. ^ Internet Movie Database [44]
  133. ^ IMDb Magic Mansion Reviews
  134. ^ Blurp Wire – Current News and Events, Tuesday, October 18, 2011
  135. ^ Fandango (Tia Carrere)
  136. ^ Full Movie Review
  137. ^ Rutherford Cravens
  138. ^ Hunter Lee Hughes (bio)
  139. ^ Internet Movie Database (Kathy Lamkin
  140. ^ LA CASTING (Kathy Lamkin)
  141. ^ Internet Movie Database (Scott Bankston)
  142. ^ Michelle Fitzgerald (Emmy Winning Producer)
  143. ^ Internet Movie Database (Michelle Fitzgerald
  144. ^ Internet Movie Database (Phil Nichols)
  145. ^ Internet Movie Database (Melissa L. Nichols)
  146. ^ Facades FX
  147. ^ Bodybuild (Rachael McLish)
  148. ^ Freebase (Deborah Winters)
  149. ^ Leazer, Melody, Alhambra Theatre: More than just a building for writer, Kentucky New Era, June 30, 2001, pp. 1A. [45]
  150. ^ Baseball Almanac (Scott Sheldon)
  151. ^ SEC files charges against R. Fitzwilliam and W. and D. Chaney
  152. ^ Miller, Eric, Case of the Suductive Stockbroker, DMagazine, Nov. 1, 1984, p. 24 [46]
  153. ^ Atchley, Lowell, Chaney brothers found innocent, Kentucky New Era, p. 1, April 3, 1987 [47]
  154. ^ Atchley, Lowell Kentucky New Era, Chaney brothers said to be ready to rest their case, pp. 2A [48]
  155. ^ Atchley, Lowell, "Native of town realizing dream in film industry", Kentucky New Era, January 8, 1988 page 2A [49]
  156. ^ (John Openshaw Chapter of The Baker Street Irregulars)
  157. ^ The Universal Sherlock Holmes: Entry #C12590
  158. ^ Univ. of Minnesota Libraries: Exhibit from Sherlock Holmes Collections (The Warren H. Chaney solid bronze Sherlock Holmes) [50]
  159. ^ Solar Guard (tribute)
  160. ^ Sci Fi Art
  161. ^ [51]
  162. ^ Bay Area Christian Church Project Recordings (Dr. Warren Chaney)
  163. ^ Open Library (A Messianic Passover Haggadah)
  164. ^ Open Library (A Messianic Passover Leadership Guide
  165. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., A Man Called Paul, BACC Publishing, Houston, 1988.
  166. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., The Devil Passes, BACC Publishing, Houston, 1993.
  167. ^ Yahoo Movies
  168. ^ Flixter (Chaney Biography(
  169. ^ WorldCat Library (A study of facilitating and inhibiting personality dimensions in occupational identification) [52]
  170. ^ WorldCat Library (A New York Stock Exchange industry comparative study) [53]
  171. ^ WorldCat Library (World in Crisis)
  172. ^ Open Library (A Messianic Passover Haggadah)
  173. ^ Amazon.com (Coco's Lost Luck) [54]
  174. ^ a b Coco's Lost Luck
  175. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "An Eight Year Study of the Reinstatement Remedy Under the National Labor Relations Act" - A Special Report prepared for The House Of Representatives Special Sub-Committee On Labor-Management Relations, Washington, D.C., 1981.
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  177. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Houghton-Brace Publishing Company – New York, 2007, ISBN 0-9793392-0-0 [56]
  178. ^ Warren H., Ph.D., A Workbook For The Dynamic Mind, Harcourt-Brace Publishing Company, New York, 2007, ISBN 0979339219. [57]
  179. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., What's In A Name?, Harcourt-Brace Publishing Company, New York, 2007, LC Control Number – 2007921950 [58]
  180. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Rx For Youth, Oxford-Hanover Publishing Company, New York, 2003 ISBN 0-9743370-0-5 [59]
  181. ^ Open Library (A Messianic Passover Haggadah)
  182. ^ Open Library (A Messianic Passover Leadership Guide
  183. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., Y2K: A World In Crisis, Swan Publishing Company, New York, 1999 ISBN 0-943629-39-X [60]
  184. ^ Open Library, Chaney, Warren and Beech, Thomas R., The Union Epidemic, Aspen Systems Corp., Germantown, Md, Library of Congress # RA971.35 .C45 [61]
  185. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Techniques In the Storage of Medical Material, Academy of Health Sciences, Department of Army, 1969 ISBN 10081423725Y [62]
  186. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Packaging, Packing and Preservation of Medical Material, Academy of Health Sciences, Department of Army, 1968 Open Library# OL24606886M [63]
  187. ^ Flixter (Chaney Biography)
  188. ^ Sherlockian Who's Who
  189. ^ The Universal Sherlock Holmes (Entry C12590)
  190. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "Marketing in Health Care, Pro and Con", Annual Conference for Texas Association of Allied Health Science Professionals, Professional Paper, June, 1982.
  191. ^ Chaney, Warren H., Ph.D., "Know Your Adversary", a chapter contributed to Handbook of Health Care Human Resources Management, Norman Metzger, Aspen Corp., Germantown, Maryland, 1982.
  192. ^ Open Library (Health Care Communiqué) [64]
  193. ^ The Universal Sherlock Holmes: Entry #C12590
  194. ^ America Movie (Bio

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