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Professor at the University of Vienna from 1928-1935, professor for Psychology at the University of Königsberg 1940, joined the German army in 1941, POW in Russia 1944-48. The Max Planck Society establishes the Lorenz institute for behavioural physiology in Buldern[?], northern Germany in 1950. In 1958 he transferred to the Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Physiology in Seewiesen[?]. He published his best known book in 1963 Das sogenannte Böse which espouses his "Triebstauhypothese" (the "Psychohydraulic Model of Motivation"). He retired from the Max Planck Institute in 1973 but continued to research and publish from Altenberg and Grunau[?] in Austria. He died on February 27, 1989, in Altenberg.
Other famous texts by him include King Solomons Ring and On Aggression.
There are three Konrad Lorenz Institutes in Austria.