KHAYIM ORMYAN (CHAIM, HENRYK ORMIAN) (December 18, 1901-June 22, 1982)
Born in Tarnov (Tarnów), Galicia. He attended religious elementary school. After studies at the University of Vienna, he received a Ph.D. In the years 1925-1936, he was a teacher in the Hebrew high school in Lodz and lecturer in psychology at Lodz University. He was the author of several books in the field of psychology in Hebrew, Polish, and German. He also published articles on psychological and educational issues in Lodzher tageblat (Lodz daily news, 1927-1936); in Dos kind (The child, January, February, and March 1934); and in Yivo-bleter (Pages from YIVO) (Vilna, 1934-1939, 1945). He was from 1936 living in Israel, and he died in Jerusalem.