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Clellan S. Ford (1909 - 1972) was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on July 27, 1909. He attended Yale University and received two Ph.D.’s, in Chemistry and Sociology.
In 1937 he helped to found the Cross-Cultural Survey with G. P. Murdock and John W. M. Whiting. In 1940, Ford returned to the field to study the Kwakiutl Indians of Vancouver Island in British Columbia
In 1951 he published with Frank Beach,the Patterns of Sexual Behavior a book exploring the sexual behavior of humans and animals.