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Don't Call Me Grumpy: What older men really want




   

Older men want the years ahead to be their best but according to Francis Macnab, Australia's most well known and respected psychologist, this won't happen unless a different 'older man's intelligence' is developed.

In Don't Call Me Grumpy Macnab reflects on his own life and talks with a cross section of older men and women who share their wisdom with him. Men like John Button, John Cain, John Elliot, Max Gillies, Jeff Kennet, Sir Gus Nosal and Glenn Wheatley, and women like Rhonda Galbally and Mirka Mora.


About the author

Dr Francis Macnab founded the Cairnmillar Institute in 1961 in Melbourne and continues as Executive Director. He has  been president of the International Council of Psychologists and is a fellow of The British Psychological Society, The Australian Psychological Society, The Australian College of Education and The Australian Institute of Company Directors.

He is a Doctor of Philosophy from Aberdeen University and is an Honorary Doctor of Applied Science of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, and an Honorary Doctor of Divinity from Aberdeen University.

He is also the Executive Minister of St Michaelís Uniting Church, Collins Street, Melbourne, a position he has held for the record time of 33  years.  

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            Release April 2006 | ISBN 1 86403  289 8| PB | A$ 26.95 | 250 pp approx | Social Issues

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