James McKeen Cattell

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Noun1.James McKeen Cattell - American psychologist and editor (1860-1944)
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The other, professor of psychology James McKeen Cattell, was a Robert La Follette-style Progressive who condemned "a Wall Street war" and denounced conscription as un-American.
Further career honors and scientific awards include the American Academy of Forensic Psychology's Lifetime Distinguished Contribution Award (2000); the American Psychological Association's Division of Developmental Psychology's Lifetime Award for Science and Society (2002); the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award for the Application of Psychology (2003); the Association for Psychological Science's highest scientific award, the James McKeen Cattell Award (2005); the Society for Research in Child Development's lifetime distinguished contribution award (2013) and the American Psychological Association's E.
Since Henry Cattell had no children, the diary was presumably in the possession of descendents of Cattell's brother, James McKeen Cattell. The diary, along with Cattell's autopsy book, was sold on Ebay out of New Jersey in 2012.
It also has new biographical material on William James, Sigmund Freud, Herbert Spencer, James McKeen Cattell, Alfred Binet, Henry Goddard, Ivan Pavlov, John B.
Lillard is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science, and was a recipient of the James McKeen Cattell Sabbatical Fellowship in 2006-7, and the American Psychological Association's Boyd McCandliss Award for early career contributions in 2000.
Morris, and a cluster of talented male graduate students who would later be influential in the field of psychology, among them John Dewey, James McKeen Cattell, Joseph Jastrow, and E.C.
311), physicist (Sir) Oliver Lodge, physiologist Charles Richet, philosopher James Hyslop, and psychologist and publisher James McKeen Cattell. We also encounter mediums D.D.