See also:American philosopher, was
See also:born at
See also:Columbia, S.C., and educated at
See also:Princeton and several German
See also:universities . He was
See also:professor of philosophy in the university of
See also:Toronto (1889), of psychology at Princeton (1893), and subsequently (1903) of philosophy and psychology in Johns
See also:Hopkins University . Prominent among ea perimental psychologists, he was one of the founders of the Psychological Review . In 1892 he was
See also:president of the
See also:International Congress of Psychology held in
See also:London, and in 1897–1898 president of the American Psychological Association; he received a gold medal from the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences of Denmark (1897), was honorary president of the International Congress of Criminal Anthropology held in
See also:Geneva in 1896, and was made an honorary D.Sc. of
See also:Oxford University . Apart from articles in the Psychological Review, he has written:—Handbook of Psychology (189o);
See also:translation of
See also:Ribot's, German Psychology of To-
See also:day (1886); Elements of Psychology (1893); Social and Ethical Interpretations in
See also:Mental Development (1898);
See also:Story of the Mind (1898); Mental Development in the
See also:Child and the
See also:Race (1896); Thought and Things (London and New
See also:York, vol. i., 1906) . He also contributed largely to the
See also:Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology (1901–1905), of which he was editorin-chief .
ROBERT BALDWIN (1804–1858)
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