Robert Mearns Yerkes papers, 1822-1985 (inclusive).
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Corner, George Washington, 1889-1981
George Washington Corner worked as a medical historian in addition to anatomist and endocrinologist. From the guide to the Great Leaders in American Medicine; Dr. George Washington Corner, 1974., 1974, (American Philosophical Society) George Washington Corner was an anatomist, endocrinologist, and medical historian. From the description of Papers, 1903-1982. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122440080 From the description of G...
Harvard University. Dept. of Psychology
Eyre, Louisa Lear, 1872–1953
Britt, Steuart Henderson 1907-
Flexner, Simon, 1863-1946
Simon Flexner was a physician, administrator, professor of pathology at the University of Pennsylvania, director of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1901-1935). From the description of Papers, 1891-1946. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122535412 Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States d...
Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939
Harvey Williams Cushing was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 8, 1869. He graduated from Yale College in 1891 and in 1895 received his M.D. and A.M. degrees from the Harvard Medical School. He served on the staff of the Johns Hopkins University Hospital from 1901 to 1912, where he devoted himself to neurological surgery. In 1912 he was appointed professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and in 1913 surgeon-in-chief of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, posts which he held until 1932. During W...
Todd, T. Wingate (Thomas Wingate), 1885-1938
Whitney, Leon F. (Leon Fradley), 1894-1973
Leon Fradley Whitney (1894-1973), biologist and verterinarian, was the author of juvenile fiction and books on the care of pets. From the description of Leon Fradley Whitney papers, 1931, 1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702131625 Leon Fradley Whitney was a biologist and promoted sterilization in eugenics. From the description of Autobiography, [n.d.]. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122409239 From the guide to the Leon ...
Brigham, Carl C. (Carl Campbell), 1890-1943
Louttit, C.M. (Chauncey McKinley), 1901-1956
Chauncey McKinley Louttit was born in Buffalo, New York, on October 9, 1901. He graduated from Hobart College in 1925 and received his Ph.D. from Yale in 1928. A pioneer in the teaching of psychology, during his long career he was associated variously with the University of Indiana, Ohio State University, Sampson College, the University of Illinois (Galesburg and Urbana), and Wayne State University. The author of several texts and innumerable articles and reviews, Louttit was also the editor and...
Akeley, Mary L. Jobe (Mary Lenore Jobe), 1878-1966
Mary Jobe Akeley was an explorer and author. Joined several expeditions to Canada and Africa, and was noted for her expedition to the northern Canadian Rockies. Married Carl Akeley in 1924. Continued his work after his death in 1926, and became a special advisor at the American Museum of Natural History. Carl Ethan Akeley was an animal sculptor and taxidermist, an inventer, naturalist and photographer. Led collecting expeditions to Africa, most notably providing specimen...
Southard, Elmer Ernest, 1876-1920
Southard (Harvard, M.D. 1901) was Bullard Professor of Neuropathology at Harvard Medical School from 1909 to 1920 and first director of the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, 1912-1920. He had broad theoretical interests in the areas of mental illness and social pathology and instituted the team approach in clinical activities at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. He was skilled in clinical pathology, gross anatomy and histology, and did research work on correlating behaviorial problems with lesions o...
Hamilton, G. V.
Scripps, E.W. (Edward Willis), 1854-1926
Newspaper publisher, Scripps began the greatest number of daily papers then founded by one person (over 40). He started the Newspaper Enterprise Association and United Press International. From the description of E.W. Scripps Papers, 1868-1926. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 21385046 ...
Fels, Samuel S. (Samuel Simeon), 1860-1950
Samuel Simeon Fels, youngest son of Lazarus and Susanna Fels, was born in Yanceyville, North Carolina, on February 16, 1860. His family moved north to settle in Philadelphia, where in 1876 Samuel joined the soap manufacturing business established that year by his older brother. The firm, Fels & Co., was incorporated in 1914, and Samuel became its first president, holding the office until his death in 1950. (The company was sold to Purex Corporation in 1964.) While remaining active in the aff...
Burbridge, Benjamin, 1880-1936.
Yale University. Laboratories of Comparative Psychobiology.
Tinklepaugh, Otto Leif.
Wissler, Clark, 1870-1947
Yale University. Institute of Human Relations
The Institute of Human Relations (IHR) was established in 1929 at Yale University as an interdisciplinary center for cooperative research on problems of human welfare. The Institute's efforts at interdisciplinary programs to study social and cultural issues were largely funded by outside agencies. A wide range of publications and studies resulted from the Institute's projects. The administrative structure of the Institute created organizational difficulties, and the IHR was absorbed by regular d...
Cattell, James McKeen, 1860-1944
Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States devoted primarily to the investigation of disease. Cole's medical research centered on problems relating to immunity to diseases of the respiratory system, particularly pneumonia From the guide to the Rufus Ivory Cole papers, ca. 1900-1966, 1900-1966, (American Philosophical Society) Cattell...
Münsterberg, Hugo, 1863-1916
Psychologist Hugo Münsterberg studied at Leipzig under Wilhelm Wundt and received further training in medicine at Heidelberg and Freiburg. He met William James at a conference in 1891, and in 1892 James invited him to Harvard University, where Münsterberg lectured and chaired the department of psychology for three years. After a brief period in Germany, he returned to Harvard, which remained his chief institutional affiliation. Münsterberg is best known for his pioneering work in clincal, for...
Washburn, Margaret Floy, 1871-1939
Young, William C. (William Caldwell), 1899-1965
Carpenter, C. Ray (Clarence Ray), 1905-1975
C. Ray Carpenter was research professor of psychology and anthropology, Pennsylvania State University, 1940-1970, and University of Georgia, 1970-1974. He studied primate behavior, produced primate films and videotapes, and researched communication processes. Carpenter died in 1975. From the description of Clarence Ray Carpenter papers, 1918-1976 (bulk 1932- 1975). (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 32080477 ...
Rand, Herbert W. (Herbert Wilbur), 1872-1960
Meyer, Adolf, 1866-1950
Psychiatrist. From the description of Adolf Meyer correspondence, 1936. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984638 Docent of psychiatry at Clark University. From the description of Scientific papers / Aolf Meyer. (Clark University). WorldCat record id: 224040269 ...
Hunter, Walter S. (Walter Samuel), 1889-1954
Boring, Edwin Garrigues, 1886-1968
Boring taught psychology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Edwin Garrigues Boring, 1919-1969 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972982 ...
Gregg, Alan, 1890-1957
Physician. From the description of Reminiscences of Alan Gregg : oral history, 1956. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309731199 Alan Gregg (1890-1957), a career Rockefeller Foundation officer, was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, to James B. Gregg, a Congregational minister, and his wife Mary (Needham) Gregg. Gregg practiced medicine from 1917-1919 as a member of the Harvard Medical Unit attached to the British Army during World War I. Af...
Haggerty, Melvin E. (Melvin Everett), 1875-1937
Melvin Everett Haggerty was born on January 17, 1875 at Bunker Hill, Indiana. He earned his B.A. in 1902 and M.A. degree in 1907 from Indiana University; he earned an additional M.A. in 1909 and Ph.D. in 1910 from Harvard University. Dr. Haggerty joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 1915 as professor of education. In 1920, he was appointed as dean of the College of Education. He served in this capacity until his death on October 6, 1937. From the guide to the Melvin E...
Kellogg, W. N. (Winthrop Niles), 1898-1972
Angier, Roswell Parker, 1874-1946
Merriam, John C. (John Campbell), 1869-1945
Professor of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley. From the description of John C. Merriam papers, 1904-1934. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 81162069 Paleontologist, educator, and author. From the description of Papers of John C. Merriam, 1899-1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78407628 Biographical Note 1869 ...
Pressey, Sidney L. (Sidney Leavitt), 1888-1979
Emeritus Professor of Psychology, The Ohio State University. Prof. Pressey was prominent in the field of educational testing and developed early automated devices for giving and scoring tests. He also worked in the areas of accelerated education for gifted children and gerontology. From the description of Papers, 1917-1979. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 13210072 ...
Flexner, Abraham, 1866-1959
Abraham Flexner was an educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Abraham Flexner : oral history, 1959. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122473834 Educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Abraham Flexner : oral history, 1954. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309737398 From the description of Reminiscences of Abraham Flexner : oral history, [195-?]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat r...
Herrick, C. Judson (Charles Judson), 1868-1960
President of the Western States Mission, 1908-1919. From the guide to the MS 1299 John L. Herrick collection 1908-1961. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Church History Library) Head of pathology at the Army Medical Museum during World War I. From the description of Herrick memoirs, 1954 [microform]. (Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Association Library). WorldCat record id: 70939014 ...
Carmichael, Leonard, 1898-1973
Leonard Carmichael (b. Nov. 9, 1898, Philadelphia, Pa.–d. Sept. 16, 1973), American educator and psychologist, was Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution from 1953 to 1964. From the description of Carmichael, Leonard, 1898-1973 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582949 Leonard Carmichael was a psychologist, but was also active in research in zoology and biology. From the description of Papers, ca. 1917-1973. (American Philosophical Soc...
Ladygina-Kots, N. N. (Nadezhda Nikolaevna), 1890-1963
Harvard University. Class of 1898.
Kinsey, Alfred C. (Alfred Charles), 1894-1956
George Washington Corner worked as an anatomist, endocrinologist, and medical historian. From the guide to the George Washington Corner papers, 1889-1981, 1903-1982, (American Philosophical Society) Alfred C. Kinsey, most famous for his work on human sexual behavior, was a world authority on gallflies, also known as Cynipidae or gall wasps. Kinsey began his entomological studies in 1917, eventually traveling to 54 locations in 36 states, and accumula...
Spragg, S. D. S. (Sidney Durward Shirley)
May, Mark Arthur, 1891-....
Mark Arthur May was born in Jonesboro, Tennessee on August 12, 1891. May earned an A.B. from Maryville College in 1911, a Ph.B. from the University of Chicago in 1912, and a Ph.D. in psychology from Columbia University in 1917. May was a professor of educational psychology at Yale University from 1927 until his retirement in 1960. For most of that time, he was also director of Yale University's Institute of Human Relations, a position for which he became well-known. May married Ruby Charles in 1...
Embree, Edwin R. (Edwin Rogers), 1883-1950
Foundation executive and author. From the description of Edwin R. Embree collection, [undated]. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70971646 Edwin Embree was secretary (1917-1924), director of the Division of Stusies (1924-1927), and vice-president (1927) of The Rockefeller Foundation, president of the Rosenwald Fund (1927-1948), and president of the Liberian Foundation. From the description of Papers, 1925-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122628995 ...
Spence, Kenneth W. (Kenneth Wartenbee), 1907-1967
Yerkes, Robert Mearns, 1876-1956
Robert Mearns Yerkes was an animal psychologist; he became a member of the American Philosophical Society, 1936. From the guide to the Testament: the scientific way, n.d., n.d., (American Philosophical Society) George Washington Corner worked as an anatomist, endocrinologist, and medical historian. From the guide to the George Washington Corner papers, 1889-1981, 1903-1982, (American Philosophical Society) Psychologist. From the description o...
Allen, Edgar, 1892-1943
Learned, William S. (William Setchel), 1876-1950
Dodge, Raymond, 1871-1942
Raymond Dodge was born on February 20, 1871, in Woburn, Massachusetts to George S. and Anna Pickering Dodge. In 1893, Williams College awarded Dodge with a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a concentration in philosophy. In 1896, the University of Halle awarded Dodge a Ph.D. in Philosophy. Dodge made significant contributions to the United States Army and Navy in the area of psychological warfare, military psychology, and gunnery services. Those contributions included the de...
Thorndike, Edward L. (Edward Lee), 1874-1949
Educator. From the description of Papers of Edward L. Thorndike, 1900-1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84052750 Educational psychologist. Throndike was a professor of educational psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, 1901-1940, a leading figure in educational psychology, and a developer of educational and psychological tests. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1890-1973], [ca. 1890-1941] (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat re...
Merriam, Charles Edward, 1874-1953
Charles E. Merriam was a Political scientist and politician. A.B., Lenox College, 1893; A.B., State University of Iowa, 1895. A.M., Columbia University, 1898; Ph.D., 1900. Docent in political science, University of Chicago, 1900-1902; associate, 1902-1903; instructor, 1903-1905; assistant professor, 1905-1907; associate professor, 1907-1911; professor, 1911-1940; chairman, Department of Political Science, 1923-1940; Morton D. Hull Distinguished Professor of Political Science. Chicago alderman, 1...
Ritter, William Emerson, 1856-1944
Professor of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley; member of the Harriman Alaska Expedition; director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla. From the description of William E. Ritter papers, 1879-1944. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122403282 American zoologist; founder and first director of the Marine Biological Association of San Diego which became the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD. From the descrip...
Cole, Lawrence Wooster, 1870-
Dunlap, Knight, 1875-1949
Knight Dunlap was born on November 21, 1875 in Diamond Spring California. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California at Berkeley. After a year of graduate school, he transferred to Harvard where he received his Masters and doctorate degree. Dunlap then returned to Berkeley as an instructor. In 1906, Dunlap joined George M. Stratton at John Hopkins University where he developed most of his research in behaviorism and psychobiology.. Much of hi...
Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952
Edwin Grant Conklin was an American biologist. In addition to his work in embryology, he also wrote on the subject of evolution, of which he was a strong proponent. He was a professor of zoology at University of Pennsylvania (1896-1908) and of biology at Princeton (1908-1933). From the description of Reminiscences, 1952 Nov. 19. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122523431 Historian Edward Potts Cheyney taught at the University of Pennsylvania. ...
Flinn, Alfred D. (Alfred Douglas), 1869-1937
Cannon, Walter B. (Walter Bradford), 1871-1945
Walter Bradford Cannon (Harvard, A.B. 1896; A.M. 1897; M.D. 1900; Honorary Sc.D. 1937) taught physiology at Harvard and was George Higginson Professor of Physiology and Chairman of the Department. He was innovative in both research and medical education. In 1900 he adapted the case system for teaching medicine. His scientific research includes studies on the digestive tract and experiments on the denervated heart and his contributions include the concept of homeostasis and the discovery of the t...
Harwell, Edalee Orcutt.
Spangler, Ralph H. (Ralph Huston), 1877-1962
Zinn, Earl F.
Earl F. Zinn was a 1920's graduate of Clark University located in Massachusetts. While at Clark University Mr. Zinn studied with noted psychologist G. Stanley Hall. From 1921-1929 he served as Executive Secretary of a committee for the American Social Hygene Association. He was also a member of the National Research Council Committee. In addition, Mr. Zinn served as assistant to Max Joseph Exner, Director of Sex Education for the Y.M.C.A. From the description of Earl F. Zinn Case Not...
Greenman, Milton Jay, 1866-1937
Nissen, Henry Wieghorst 1901-1958.
Henry Wieghorst Nissen was born in Chicago, Illinois on February 5, 1901. He graduated with a B.A. in English from the University of Illinois in 1923 and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Columbia University in 1929. He was chosen to be a Research Associate at the Yale University Laboratories of Comparative Psychobiology where he subsequently began field studies of chimpanzees in French Guinea. Along with fieldwork and experimentation, Nissen instructed graduate students and assumed administrative duti...
Tomilin, Michael I.
Crawford, Meredith P. (Meredith Pullen), 1910-2002
Hale, George Ellery, 1868-1938
George Ellery Hale was an astrophysicist. He was the organizer and director of the Mount Wilson Observatory of the Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1904-1923, and was honorary director until his death in 1938. His principal scientific researches were made in stellar spectroscopy. From the description of Papers, 1903-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82798019 From the description of Papers, 1882-1937. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122523501...
Hull, Clark Leonard, 1884-1952
Clark Leonard Hull was an assistant professor of psychology at Yale University from 1920-1922, an associate professor from 1922-1925, and a professor from 1925-1952. He was the author of eight books and many articles. From the description of Clark Leonard Hull papers, 1902-1951 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122386387 From the description of Clark Leonard Hull papers, 1902-1951 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702166589 Clark Leonard Hull was...
Langfeld, Herbert Sidney, 1879-1958
Herbert S. Langfeld was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 24, 1879. He graduated from Philadelphia Central High School and attended one year at Haverford College before becoming the Naval Attache at the American Embassy in Berlin, Germany. While in Berlin, Langfeld became interested in psychology and began working with Carl Stumpf. He earned his doctoral degree under Stumpf at the University of Berlin in 1909. He returned to the United States and accepted a posi...
Yale University. Dept. of Psychology.
Gould, Charles W. (Charles Winthrop), 1849-1931
Charles A. Gould invented the Gould battery, and the automatic coupler, and was one of the major real estate developers in New York City, involved with the construction of the Aeolian Building at 689 5th Avenue. From the description of Collection, 1874-1915, 1904-1914. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155564729 ...
Bingham, Walter Van Dyke, 1880-1952
Professor, researcher and consultant in applied psychology. Born 1880 - died 1952. A pioneer in applied psychology, Bingham got his start in experimental psychology, receiving his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago under James R. Angell. He held teaching positions at Teacher's College of Columbia University, Dartmouth College and Carnegie Institute of Tehnology. In 1942 he became director of the Personnel Research Foundation, where for many years he carried on independan...
Coolidge, Harold J. (Harold Jefferson), 1904-
Coolidge was assistant curator of mammals at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard from 1929-1946. He served as executive director, Pacific Science Board, National Academy of Sciences from 1946-70. He was also associate in mammalogy at Harvard from 1946-70. Beginning in 1972, Coolidge served as honorary president of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). From the description of Papers of Harold Jefferson Coolidge, 1904-1985 (inclusive) [...
Meriam, Junius Lathrop, 1872-
Lashley, Karl S. (Karl Spencer), 1890-1958
Lashley taught psychology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Karl S. Lashley, 1957-1959 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973092 Psychologist. Karl Spencer Lashley was born June 7, 1890, in Davis, West Virginia. He attended the University of West Virginia and Johns Hopkins, earning degrees in zoology. His academic career began at the University of Minnesota, where he did research from 1920-1926. In 1937, he was recru...
Yoshioka, Joseph Geno, 1893-....
Miles, Walter R. (Walter Richard), 1885-1978
Dealer in general merchandise in Levita, Texas. From the description of Papers, 1893-1936. (Texas Tech University). WorldCat record id: 24728496 Walter Miles, a professor of experimental psychology at Stanford University, endeavored to memorialize Muybridge's work by establishing a permanent exhibit at the Stanford Museum and correspondingly hosting a 50th anniversary event. From the description of Research concerning Eadweard Muybridge, 1928-1932. (Unknown). Wor...
Jennings, H. S. (Herbert Spencer), 1868-1947
Herbert Spencer Jennings was a naturalist and geneticist. He taught botany and zoology at various universities in the United States and abroad. He specialized in research on the physiology of micro-organisms, animal behavior, and genetics. From the description of Diaries, 1903-1942. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122440035 From the description of Papers, ca. 1893-1947. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122689452 ...
Lillie, Frank Rattray, 1870-1947
A.B., University of Toronto, 1891. Instructor in zoology, University of Michigan, 1894-1899. Professor of Biology, John P. Girard Chair of Natural History, Vassar College, 1899-1900. Head of the Department of Embryology, Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, 1893-1907; assistant director, 1900-1908; director, 1908-1926; president, 1925-1942. Assistant professor of zoology and embryology, University of Chicago, 1900-1902; associate professor, 1902-1907; professor, 1907-1947; chairman of the...
Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934
Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States devoted primarily to the investigation of disease. Cole's medical research centered on problems relating to immunity to diseases of the respiratory system, particularly pneumonia From the guide to the Rufus Ivory Cole papers, ca. 1900-1966, 1900-1966, (American Philosophical Society) U.S. ph...
Burtt, Harold E. (Harold Ernest), 1890-
Harold Burtt was born April 26, 1890 in Haverhill Massachusetts. Burtt attended Dartmouth for his BA and graduated in 1911. Graduate school brought Burtt to Harvard for his AM in 1913 and PhD in 1915 where his lab partner was Sidney Pressey under mentorship of Hugo Munsterberg. Upon graduation, Burtt taught at Simmons College and Harvard until 1917. In 1918, he served in the U.S. Army Air Service during World War I. Burtt served on a National Research Council board with William Mars...
Warren, Howard C. (Howard Crosby), 1867-1934
Howard Warren was born in Montclair, New Jersey, in 1867. Warren studied civil engineering at Princeton University, receiving his bachelor's degree in 1889 and his master's in philosophy in 1891. He taught at Princeton for over 30 years. During that time, he created a department of psychology independent of the philosophy department (in 1920) and funded the construction of Enos Hall (in 1924). Warren played a role in founding and maintaining various psychological journal...
Köhler, Wolfgang, 1887-1967
Wolfgang Köhler was a psychologist and was one of the founders of Gestalt psychology. From the description of Papers, 1914-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173465786 Wolfgang Köhler was an internationally recognized leader in experimental psychology. Along with Max Wertheimer and Kurt Koffka, he was a founder of Gestalt psychology, which strongly affected the development of psychology for more then half a century. Wolfgang Köhler was born in Rev...
Dallenbach, Karl M., 1887-1971
Psychologist, professor. Cornell University Ph.D. 1913; Karl M. Dallenbach taught at Ohio State University from 1915 to 1916, and at Cornell from 1916 to 1948. He left Cornell, and taught at the University of Texas until his retirement in 1969. He became editor of the American Journal of Psychology in 1926 and remained editor until 1967. Dallenbach authored more than 400 articles and monographs on such subjects as sensation, attention, perception, cutaneous sensibility, ...
Riopelle, A. J.
Strong, Reuben Myron, 1872-1964
Schultz, Adolph H. (Adolph Hans), 1891-
Winternitz, M. C. (Milton C.)
Milton C. Winternitz: teacher of pathology at Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1907-1917; pathologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1917; pathologist, City Hospital, Baltimore, 1910-1917; professor of pathology and bacteriology, Yale University, 1917-1950; professor emeritus, 1950-1959; dean of Yale Medical School, 1920-1935; administrator of various institutes and organizations; author of several books on medical topics. From the description of Milton Charles Winternitz papers, 1898-...
Watson, John B. (John Broadus), 1878-1958
Epithet: of Lloyd's Register of Shipping British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000979.0x000140 ...
Hartman, Carl G. (Carl Gottfried), 1879-1968
The first person to receive a PhD from the University of Texas at Austin (UT), Dr. Carl Gottfried Hartman (1879-1968) graduated in 1915 with a focus in zoology. He previously served as superintendent of Travis County schools (1904-1909) and taught at the Sam Houston State Teachers College in Huntsville (1909-1912). Hartman taught at UT until 1925, when he became a research associate in the Laboratory of Embryology of the Carnegie Institute at Johns Hopkins Medical School. In 1941, he joined the ...
Whiting, Charles Frederick, 1875-1972.
Gellerman, Louis W.
National Research Council (U.S.)
The National Research Council was organized by the National Academy of Sciences in 1916 to associate the broad community of science and technology with the Academy's purposes of further knowledge and advising the federal government. The Council has become the principal operating agency of both the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering in providing services to the government, the public, and the scientific and engineering communities. From the descriptio...
Haslerud, George M.
Jacobsen, Carlyle Ferdinand, 1902-
Medical psychologist. From the description of Reminiscences of Carlyle Jacobsen : oral history, 1964. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481319 ...
Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biology, Inc.
Elliott, Richard Maurice, 1887-1969
Richard Maurice “Mike” Elliott was born November 3, 1887 in Lowell, Massachusetts. Elliott was the middle child with two older brothers, Herford and Robert, and two younger sisters, Margaret (Margaret Elliott Tracy) and Esther (Esther Elliott Leggat). Elliott’s father, Thomas H. Elliott, worked as a builder and in local real estate. His mother, Lilla Naylor Elliott, worked briefly as a grade school teacher prior to her marriage. Elliott’s parents were Unitarians who valued competiti...
Burnett, Charles T. (Charles Theodore), 1873-
Healy, William, 1869-1963
Served as a director of the Judge Baker Foundation. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1931-1960. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 237003620 ...
Hilgard, Ernest R. (Ernest Ropiequet), 1904-2001
Professor of Psychology and Education at Stanford, since 1933; Dean of Graduate Division, 1951-1955. From the description of Ernest Ropiequet Hilgard papers, 1942-2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 497929051 Biographical/Historical Sketch Professor of Psychology and Education at Stanford, since 1933; Dean of Graduate Division, 1951-1955. From the guide to the Ernest Ropiequet Hilgard papers, 1942-2000, (Depa...
Riesen, Austin H. (Austin Herbert)
Terman, Lewis M. (Lewis Madison), 1877-1956
Lewis Madison Terman was a professor of psychology at Stanford from 1916 to 1956 (emeritus 1942-1956). He was a member of numerous national education, psychology and science organizations and was the author or co-author of a number of books. Terman was born in Johnson County, Indiana, January 15, 1877. He received an A.B. and A.M. from Indiana University and his Ph.D. from Clark University. He died December 21, 1956. From the description of Lewis Madison Terman papers, 1910-1959. (Un...
Breed, Frederick S. (Frederick Stephen), 1876-
La Rue, Daniel Wolford, 1878-1969
Adams, Donald Keith, 1902-1971
Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944
Charles B. Davenport was a biologist and director of the Department of Genetics at the Carnegie Institution of Washington (1904-1934). From the description of Papers, 1874-1944. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122488735 Charles B. Davenport's influence and efforts at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, began in 1898 when he became the director of the summer school of the Biological Laboratory, a position he held until 1923. The lab was administered by...
Elder, James Harlan
Doll, Edgar A. (Edgar Arnold), 1889-
EDGAR DOLL was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He was educated at Cornell University (A.B. in Education in 1912), New York University (Pd.M in Education, 1916), and Princeton University (Ph.D in Psychology, 1920). Doll's professional career was dedicated to improving the lives of children with special needs. He was associated with The Training School at Vineland (New Jersey) first as a clinical psychologist working under H.H. Goddard from 1912-1917. Doll accepted academic appoi...
Titchener, Edward Bradford, 1867-1927
Professor of Psychology, Cornell University. From the description of Edward Bradford Titchener papers, 1887-1940. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63933942 ...
Sparks, Richard D.
Richard D. Sparks was a treasurer of Sparks Milling Company, Alton, Illinois, and an animal rights advocate for gorillas. From the guide to the Richard D. Sparks gorillas papers, 1925-1962, (University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections) Treasurer of Sparks Milling Company, Alton, Illinois, and animal rights advocate for gorillas. From the description of Richard D. Sparks gorillas papers, 1925-1962 (bulk 1931-1932). (University of Arizona). WorldCat record...
Harlow, Harry F. (Harry Frederick), 1905-1981
Seashore, Carl E. (Carl Emil), 1866-1949
Speranza, Gino Charles, 1872-1927
American military and political attaché in Italy. From the description of Gino Charles Speranza papers, 1911-1925. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754868199 Gino Speranza (1872-1927), attorney, journalist and author, was best known for his writings on immigration issues, his work as a journalist during World War I, and his work with Italian immigrants in the United States. As an attorney Speranza served as legal counselor to the Italian Consulate Gen...
Benchley, Belle Jennings, 1882-
Yerkes, Ada W. (Ada Watterson), 1873-1963
Ada Watterson Yerkes (1873-1963) was related to three families who settled early in the Connecticut Western Reserve area: the Harper family, the Norton family, and the Watterson family. She was the daughter of Robert Frank Watterson and Carrie Theresa Norton and was the granddaughter of Caroline Harper Norton. Members of the Harper family came to the United States from Ireland in 1720 and settled first in Massachusetts, then in Connecticut and New York, and finally in Oh...
Zuckerman, Solly Zuckerman, Baron, 1904-1993
George Washington Corner worked as an anatomist, endocrinologist, and medical historian. From the guide to the George Washington Corner papers, 1889-1981, 1903-1982, (American Philosophical Society) ...
Murchison, Carl, 1887-1961
Ursinus College. Class of 1897.
Bingham, Harold C. (Harold Clyde), 1888-1964
Angell, James Rowland, 1869-1949
Professor at the University of Chicago, later President of Yale University. From the description of James Rowland Angell letters, 1880-1945. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418550 Born May 8, 1869, Burlington, Vermont; psychologist, educator; B.A., University of Michigan, 1890, M.A. 1891; M.A., Harvard, 1892; taught at the University of Chicago and was acting president, 1918-1919; president of the Carnegie Corporation, 1920-1921; president of Yale University,...
Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960
John Farquhar Fulton was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on November 1, 1899. He received B.S. and M.D. degrees from Harvard, and a M.A. and D. Phil. from Oxford. He was appointed Sterling Professor of Physiology at Yale in 1929 and in 1951 became the first Sterling professor of the history of medicine. During World War II, Fulton served on the National Research Council. He was an authority on comparative physiology of the primate brain, neurophysiology, aviation medicine, and medical history. He co...
Lathrop, Abbie E. C.