Raymond B. Cattell

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Noun1.Raymond B. Cattell - American psychologist (born in England) who developed a broad theory of human behavior based on multivariate research (1905-1998)
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Camden) reveals the little known writings of American psychologist Raymond Cattell (1905-98) in which he outlined the radical eugenic motivation for his research in personality and social psychology, and the ultimate purpose for which he intended the results.
In the 1930s, Raymond Cattell said intelligence involved certain abilities that are specific to a particular situation.
After a year working with Raymond Cattell at the University of Illinois, the Beloffs returned to Britain, where John took a job teaching psychology at Queen's University in Belfast.