(18741949). Psychologist; b. Williamsburg, Massachusetts Educ. Wesleyan U., Middle-town, Connecticut; Harvard U., Cambridge, Massachusetts; Columbia U., NYC Prof. Columbia U. Engaged in research on animal intelligence; developed educ. and psychol. tests and applications of psychol. to math. reading, handwriting, and language. Works include The Principles of Teaching; Educational Psychology; The Measurement of Intelligence. See also Adult Education; Educational Psychology, D 3.
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