The prerequisites for the birth with the social and psychological phenomena that have emerged in the dawn of humanity, become elementary forms of collective life. Ancient individuals have attempted to understand, to understand these phenomena and apply them in everyday life. One example is, in numerous forms of the ancient religions of shamans and priests have successfully utilised the capability of many people infected by the mass mood in the crowd, to obey the leaders inspire exposed to imitate every single other. Collective life demanded the regulation of person behavior that German psychologists G. and M. Gibsh Vorwerg known as “socio-psychological thinking”, ie the ability of man to communicate successfully with other people, get along nicely with their own sort.

Dr. John Conner, DDS

Dr. John Conner earned his doctorate degree from Indiana University School of Dentistry.  Prior to opening his practice in Wabash, he completed a year long residency in a Community and VA Hospital in Fresno California.  During his residency Dr. Conner cared for people with special needs as well as our nation’s veterans. Mission trips are one of Dr. Conner’s passions, as he has traveled to Nicaragua, Ecuador, and Haiti to care for those in need.  In his free time Dr. Conner enjoys hunting, cycling, triathlons, and spending time at the lake with his nieces,  nephews and their families.

Dr. Conner values education and routinely attends classes and seminars to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements and technology in dentistry.  He is a member of the American Dental Association, Indiana Dental Association, Isaac Knapp Dental Association of Fort Wayne, and the Fort Study Club which is a group of professional colleagues and specialists dedicated to continuing education in dentistry.