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American Psychological Association

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

Founded 1892, present membership over 150,000.

Official Website:
http://www.apa.org/

Founding Date:
1892

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gordon W. Allport
Psychologist
11-Nov-1897 9-Oct-1967 Personality: A Psychological Interpretation
Dan Ariely
Economist
29-Apr-1968   The Upside of Irrationality
Albert Bandura
Psychologist
4-Dec-1925   Bobo doll experiments
Bruno Bettelheim
Psychologist
28-Aug-1903 13-Mar-1990 Fraudulent child psychologist
Edwin G. Boring
Psychologist
23-Oct-1886 1-Jul-1968 A History of Experimental Psychology
Robert H. Bruininks
Educator
22-Feb-1942   President, University of Minnesota
James McKeen Cattell
Psychologist
24-May-1860 20-Jan-1944 Academic freedom
Kenneth B. Clark
Psychologist
14-Jul-1914 1-May-2005 Studied the effects of prejudice on children
Albert Ellis
Psychologist
27-Sep-1913 24-Jul-2007 Rational emotive behavior therapy
Lawrence Kohlberg
Psychologist
25-Oct-1927 17-Jan-1987 Stages of moral development
Lester A. Lefton
Educator
c. 1947   President, Kent State University
Carl Rogers
Psychologist
8-Jan-1902 4-Feb-1987 Non-directive theory of psychology
Lewis Terman
Psychologist
15-Jan-1877 21-Dec-1956 Intelligence tests
Edward Titchener
Psychologist
11-Jan-1867 3-Aug-1927 Structural psychology
Margaret Floy Washburn
Psychologist
25-Jul-1871 29-Oct-1939 First female American psychologist
John Watson
Psychologist
9-Jan-1878 25-Sep-1958 Founder of Behaviorism
Jerry Wind
Educator
c. 1939   Director, SEI Center, Wharton


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