Maslow - Maslow,
Abraham Harold (1908-70) Maslow, Abraham Harold (1908-70) Psychologist,
born in Brooklyn, NY. A professor at Brooklyn College (1937-51) and
Brandeis University (1951-61), he is regarded as the founder of humanistic
- ABRAHAM MASLOW 1908-1970 Dr. C. George Boeree Biography Abraham Harold
Maslow was born April 1, 1908 in Brooklyn, New York.
|Alfred Adler - The core of Adler's integrated
complex of philosophy, theory, and practice was a vigorously optimistic,
humanistic view of life.
- Presented by Behavior Online Conversations: Henry
|Albert Bandura - 1925
Binet Page- PsychNet-UK
- Includes several articles and a bibliography.
Freud - (1895-1982) by Jenn Bumb of Webster University (St.
|Assagioli - Dr.
Roberto Assagioli, founder of psychosynthesis.
- An American psychologist. Burrhus Frederic Skinner ws born
in Sussquehanna, Pa., on March 20, 1904
|Bettelheim, Bruno - 1903-90, American psychologist;
b. Austria. In the same year that he earned his Ph.D. from the Univ.
of Vienna (1938)
|Bruner - American psychologist. Professor of
Psychology at Harvard (1952-72),
|Carl Rogers - (1890-1947) Carl R. Rogers is
known as the father of client-centered therapy
|Carl R. Rogers - Taking a closer look.
|Charles Edward Spearman (1863-1945) - Name
is almost synonymous with the term 'general intelligence' (otherwise
known as psychometric 'g').
|Charles Spearman (1904) - Theory of Universal Unity
of the intellective function by correlating intelligence tests into
the "2 Factor Theory of Intelligence." G Factor (i.e., general intelligence)
comes from general electrochemical mental energy. A Slide Show.
|Classical Rorschach - Devoted
to the presentation and promotion of the Rorschach method, concentrating
on the way it has been practiced within the classical European tradition
- from Hermann Rorschach himself in 1921, via Ewald Bohm in the 1950's,
1960's and 1970's, and to the contemporary workers in the Rorschach-Bohm
- The 18th century Scottish philosopher was one of the first moderns
to articulate the empiricism that underlies much modern psychology.
|Edward Thorndike - Edward
Thorndike [th˘rn┤dIk] was an American educator and psychologist born
in Williamsburg, Mass. He was a graduate from from Wesleyan University
(1895) and Harvard (1896) and received his Ph.D. in 1898 from Columbia.
|Edward Tolman (1886-1959) - Edward Tolman (1886-1959)
Behaviourism home. Biographies. An American psychologist
who made significant contributions to the studies of learning and motivation.
Considered to be a cognitive behaviorist today, he developed his own
behaviourism when the likes of Watson were dominating the field. Tolman
was born in Newton, Massachusetts in 1886
|Franz Anton Mesmer - Founder of Mesmerism
- (1734 - 1815).
-- A Life Chronology
Wertham Biography - Profiles the child psychologist whose
research and writings contributed to the development of the regulatory
Comics Code Authority.
Nietzsche - A forerunner of some 20th century psychological
theorists, including Freud.
Meade - George's Page is a web-based repository
for documents by, about and related to the work of American pragmatist
philosopher and social psychologist.
|Hans J. Eysenck
|Harry Harlow - 1905 - 1981 Harry Harlow received
his BA and PhD (1930) in psychology from Stanford University.
Harlow - Notes on; (1905-1981)
|Harry Harlow Key Theorists/Theories in Psychology
- Was an American Psychologist who provided a new understanding of human
behavior and development through studies of social behavior
|Heinz Kohut Bibliography
|Heinz Kohut - (1913-1981) Self Psychology Page
- International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology
|Hugo Munsterberg - (1863 - 1916) Hugo Munsterberg
is a pioneer in the field of Industrial Psychology (I/O) and offered
many findings in the fields of experimental psychology, behaviorism,
and challenged the effectiveness of eye witness testimonies
|James McKeen Cattell - (1860-1944) James McKeen
Cattell was very influential in psychology as an organizer, executive,
and administrator of psychological science and practice, and as a vocal
link between psychology and the larger scientific community
|John Bowlby - No variables have
more far-reaching effects on personality development than a child's
experiences within the family. Starting during his first months in his
relation to both parents, he builds up working models of how attachment
figures are likely to behave towards him in any of a variety of situations,
and on all those models are based all his expectations, and therefore
all his plans, for the rest of his life. Attachment and Loss.
B. Watson - Watson, John B(roadus) (1878-1958) Watson, John
B(roadus) (1878-1958) Psychologist, born in Greenville, SC. He studied
at Chicago, and became professor of psychology at Johns Hopkins University
(1908-20), where he established an animal research laboratory
|John B. Watson. Dr - In
1913, Watson published a manifesto titled "Psychology as the Behaviorist
Views It" which promptly changed the face of psychology. In this study,
Watson reviewed the previous 'obvious' failings of introspective study
and offered an alternative definition of psychology as the 'science
Broadus Watson - John Broadus Watson
was an American Psychologist. He was educated at Furman University and
the University of Chicago, he taught later from 1903 to 1908.
|Judith Rich Harris - is a writer and developmental
psychologist; co-author of The Child: A Contemporary View Of Development;
winner of the 1997 George A. Miller Award
Harris - Judith Rich Harris was born February
10, 1938, and spent the first part of her childhood moving around with
her family from one part of the country to another. Her parents eventually
settled in Tucson, Arizona.
|Julia Kristeva - From
the State University of New York at Stony Brook University Libraries
|Karl Popper - (1902-1994)
Shaped the Modern Philosophy of Science
|Karen Horney - Born
in Hamburg, Germany, in 1885
The Kinsey Institute Web site supports interdisciplinary
research and the study of human sexuality. The Institute was founded
by Dr. Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956) in 1947.
|Kohlberg - Lawrence Kohlberg's ideas of moral
development are based on the premise that at birth, all humans are void
of morals, ethics, and honesty
|Konrad Lorenz - An Austrian zoologist and ethologist.
He received medical training at the Univ. of Vienna and
spent two years at the medical school of Columbia Univ.
He received a Ph.D. (1936). Konrad
Lorenz PsychNet-UK Page
|Kurt Lewin - (1890-1947) Kurt Lewin is universally
recognized as the founder of modern social psychology
Kurt Lewin Institute
Whiton Calkins - (1863-1930) by Jenn Bumb of Webster University
(St. Louis, MO)
|Milgram, Stanley - Biography of a pioneer in psychology
who is well remembered for his work with obedience to authority.
|Noam Chomsky - From
|Pavlov - Pavlov was a Russian psychologist,
whose research on digestive glands won him the Nobel Prize an led to
his famous studies of the conditioned reflexes.
Pavlov - Winner of the 1904 Nobel Prize in Medicine
|Piaget - Children in Piaget's stage of moral
realism believe that rules are absolute and can't be changed. Punishment
should be determined by how much damage is done, and the intention of
the child is not taken into account.
|Plato - Plato Born: 427 BC in Athens, Greece Died:
347 BC in Athens, Greece
|Jean Piaget Biography
- The Jean Piaget Archives, an amazingly short biography
of the master's life.
Laing - Psychiatrist, born in Glasgow, Strathclyde.
He studied at the University of Glasgow, where he practise4d as a psychiatrist
(1953-6). He joined the Tavistock Clinic in London in 1957, and the
Tavistock Institute for Human Relations in 1960.
|Rorschach - Hermann Rorschach.
|Stanley Milgram - Stanley Milgram is a pioneer
in psychology who is well remembered for his work with obedience to
|Thomas S. Szasz -
Thomas Szasz, Libertarian Humanist, The Abolitionist Archive. Dedicated
to the life and work of Thomas S. Szasz, MD Contains information from
friends and colleagues.
|Thurstone, L. L.
- L.L. Thurstone(1887-1955)
|Vygotsky - Culture /Cognitive Theory of Development.
James PsychNet-UK Page
|Wilhelm Reich Museum - The Wilhelm Reich Museum.
Wilhelm Reich was a physician-scientist. Exhibits biographical materials,
inventions, and equipment used in Reich's pioneering experiments etc.
|WILHELM WUNDT (1832-1920) - Born and educated
in Germany. See Also Welcome to
the Wundt Connection.
|Fairbairn Bibliography - W R D Fairbairn bibliography
and related readings.
|Zimbardo's Philip -
Home Page - Not a biography site.