Psychologists

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Alfred Adler - The core of Adler's integrated complex of philosophy, theory, and practice was a vigorously optimistic, humanistic view of life.
Alfred Adler - Presented by Behavior Online Conversations: Henry Stein 
Albert Bandura - 1925 to Present.

Alfred Binet - Biography of - Refer also to: Alfred Binet - Information on Binet

Alice Miller - Includes several articles and a bibliography.
Anna Freud - (1895-1982) by Jenn Bumb of Webster University (St. Louis, MO)
Anselm L. Strauss - Sociologist Anselm Strauss, 79, died on the 5th September in San Francisco of a heart attack. Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco.
Alphonse Bertillon - (1853-1914) from "Pictures of Health" by Paul Turnbull at James Cook University (Australia)
Assagioli - Dr. Roberto Assagioli, founder of psychosynthesis. 
Carl Rogers - (1890-1947) Carl R. Rogers is known as the father of client-centered therapy
Carl R. Rogers - Taking a closer look. 
Carl Stumpf - Was a German philosopher and psychologist. He was a student of the henomenologist, Franz Brentano, and of Hermann Lotze.
Cesare Lombroso - Was an Italian physician, psychiatrist and pioneer criminologist, who caused a sensation with the publication in 1876 of his book L'uomo delinquente... (Criminal Man).
Charles Edward Spearman (1863-1945) - Name is almost synonymous with the term 'general intelligence' (otherwise known as psychometric 'g').
  Charlotte Malachowski Buhler - Charlotte Malachowski was born in Germany in 1893.

Classical Rorschach - Devoted to the presentation and promotion of the Rorschach method, concentrating on the way it has been practiced within the classical European tradition - from Hermann Rorschach himself in 1921, via Ewald Bohm in the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's, and to the contemporary workers in the Rorschach-Bohm tradition.
David Hume (1711-1776)
Durkheim - These pages are devoted to the presentation of information concerning the great French sociologist and philosopher, Emile Durkheim (1858-1917).
Durkhim, Emile - Over 70 Durkheim quotes on various subjects
Edward Thorndike - Edward Thorndike [thôrn´dIk] was an American educator and psychologist born in Williamsburg, Mass. He was a graduate from from Wesleyan University (1895) and Harvard (1896) and received his Ph.D. in 1898 from Columbia.
E. Thorndike - Connectionism - The learning theory of Thorndike represents the original S-R framework of behavioral psychology: Learning is the result of associations forming between stimuli and responses.
Edward Thorndike (1874-1949) - Fundamentals of Learning
Edward Tolman (1886-1959) - Edward Tolman (1886-1959) Behaviourism home.  Biographies.  An American psychologist who made significant contributions to the studies of learning and motivation. Considered to be a cognitive behaviorist today, he developed his own behaviourism when the likes of Watson were dominating the field. Tolman was born in Newton, Massachusetts in 1886
Edward C. Tolman (1886 - 1959) - Compiled by Lora VanderZwaag
Elizabeth Loftus - (1944 - ) Dr. Elizabeth F. Loftus, a professor of psychology and expert researcher on the malleability and reliability of repressed memories,
Franz Anton Mesmer - Founder of Mesmerism- (1734 - 1815).
Frank Beech - (1911-1988)An American psychologist renowned for his research contributions in comparative psychology such as his studies of psychobiological brain functions, sexual behavior in mammals, and endocrinology
Frederick Perls -- A Life Chronology
Frederic Wertham Biography - Profiles the child psychologist whose research and writings contributed to the development of the regulatory Comics Code Authority.
George Herbert Meade - George's Page is a web-based repository for documents by, about and related to the work of American pragmatist philosopher and social psychologist.
Gilligan Carol - Proposes a stage theory of moral development for women

Hans J. Eysenck  - Refer also to:
A Critique of Eysenck's Theory of Personality - Theory of Personality Gray's critique of Eysenck's PEN model points out both the weaknesses and strengths of Eysenck's theory and methods.
Eysenck Gray - Comparing the Personality Theories of Eysenck Gray Eysenck developed a factor theory of personality where the factors comprised a biological basis of personality
Eysenck's Theory - Eysenck gives 14 criteria that are necessary for an idea in personality theory to be considered a paradigm, stating that is has to be the following: (Taxonomic Criteria) Theory-based, and covering a wide field.
Hans Eysenck - HANS EYSENCK (1916 - 1997) (AND OTHER TEMPERAMENT THEORISTS) Dr. C. George Boeree The issue of personality types, including temperament, is as old as psychology. In fact, it is a good deal older.
Hans J Eysenck's approach to personality - H. J. Eysenck approaches to personality this century method is factor analysis. In his origin model (EPI) Eysenck measured two dimensions of personality Intoversion-extraversion and neuroticsim (stability - instability) - Hans Eysenck Links - Effects of Psychotherapy: Eysenck's classic review paper An Online Introversion-Extraversion, epq rTest.
The H. J. Eysenck Official Home Page
- The H. J. Eysenck Official Home Page Professor Hans Eysenck Ph.D. D.Sc. 4th March 1916 - 4th September 1997 The H. J. Eysenck Memorial Fund Annual Scholarships Personality Investigations Publications and Services H. J. Eysenck Book List Anecdotes Symposia.
The Psychoticism-Extraversion-Neuroticism (PEN) Model

Harry Harlow - 1905 - 1981 Harry Harlow received his BA and PhD (1930) in psychology from Stanford University.
Harry Harlow - Notes on; (1905-1981)
Harry Harlow Key Theorists/Theories in Psychology - Was an American Psychologist who provided a new understanding of human behavior and development through studies of social behavior
Heinz Kohut Bibliography
Hugo Munsterberg - (1863 - 1916) Hugo Munsterberg is a pioneer in the field of Industrial Psychology (I/O) and offered many findings in the fields of experimental psychology, behaviorism, and challenged the effectiveness of eye witness testimonies
Hugo Münsterberg (1908/1925) - Classics in the History of Psychology
Jakob Friedrich Fries - Part of the 19th century German background of modern psychology.
James Braid - (1795-1860) by Dylan Morgan (UK)
James McKeen Cattell - 1860-1944) James McKeen Cattell was very influential in psychology as an organizer, executive, and administrator of psychological science and practice, and as a vocal link between psychology and the larger scientific community
John Bowlby - No variables have more far-reaching effects on personality development than a child's experiences within the family. Starting during his first months in his relation to both parents, he builds up working models of how attachment figures are likely to behave towards him in any of a variety of situations, and on all those models are based all his expectations, and therefore all his plans, for the rest of his life.  Attachment and Loss.
John B. Watson - Watson, John B(roadus) (1878-1958) Watson, John B(roadus) (1878-1958) Psychologist, born in Greenville, SC. He studied at Chicago, and became professor of psychology at Johns Hopkins University (1908-20), where he established an animal research laboratory
Judith Rich Harris - Is a writer and developmental psychologist; co-author of The Child: A Contemporary View Of Development; winner of the 1997 George A. Miller Award
Judith Rich Harris - Judith Rich Harris was born February 10, 1938, and spent the first part of her childhood moving around with her family from one part of the country to another. Her parents eventually settled in Tucson, Arizona.
Julian B Rotter - Julian B. Rotter: Social Learning Theory What sort of expectancies relate to behavior? Do personality factors impact on behavior?  Behavior Potential (BP). 
Karl and Charlotte Bühler - Bühlers Kolloquium Website.
Karl Popper - (1902-1994) Shaped the Modern Philosophy of Science
Karl Spencer Lashley (1890 - 1958)
Karen Horney - Born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1885
Kinsey - The Kinsey Institute Web site supports interdisciplinary research and the study of human sexuality. The Institute was founded by Dr. Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956) in 1947.
Knight Dunlap Page - Alfred Kornfeld Department of Psychology Eastern Connecticut State University
Kohlberg - Lawrence Kohlberg's ideas of moral development are based on the premise that at birth, all humans are void of morals, ethics, and honesty
Konrad Lorenz - An Austrian zoologist and ethologist. He received medical training at the Univ. of Vienna and spent two years at the medical school of Columbia Univ. He received a Ph.D. (1936).  Refer also to: Creative Quotations from Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989) - History on Lorenz - Konrad Lorenz - Lorenz, Konrad (Zacharias) (1903-1989) Lorenz, Konrad (Zacharias) (1903-1989) Zoologist and ethologist, born in Vienna. He studied medicine at Vienna, and became professor at the Albertus University in Königsberg - The Konrad Lorenz Institute -The KLI and its aims The Konrad Lorenz Institute is a non-profit institution fostering research in Theoretical Biology, with an emphasis on the evolutionary and cognitive sciences. - Konrad Lorenz on Aggression - Konrad Lorenz Research Station
K.S. Lashley (1890-1958) - Born and educated in the United States, Lashley began to collaborate with Shepherd J. Franz in the study of intelligence and the role of the frontal lobes.
Kurt Lewin - (1890-1947) Kurt Lewin is universally recognized as the founder of modern social psychology - Refer also to:
Kurt Lewin Institute

Jacques Lacan - Explication of his theories. Refer also to: Lacan dot com - Offers essays and exhibits inspired by Lacan. Publishes the periodical "lacanian ink"; Lacanian Links - Comprehensive annotated list, including organisations, bibliographies, journals, papers, and other resources;
Lacanian - Lacan describes reality as involving three registers which exist partly as a developmental scheme and partly as a description of the structure of reality.

Lawranve Kohlberg - American Psychologist - Lawrence Kohlberg was born in Bronxville, New York on October, 25 1927. He was born into a wealthy family and enjoyed all of the luxuries that the rich lifestyle had to offer including the finest college prep schools.
Louis Leon Thurstone (1887 -1955)- Renaissance man turned psychometrician -- this is perhaps the best way to encapsulate Thurstone's career. He is considered by many the quintessential American psychometrician.
Maria Montessori - A Brief Biography
Mary Whiton Calkins - (1863-1930) by Jenn Bumb of Webster University (St. Louis, MO)
Melanie Klein - By Robert M. Young
Milgram, Stanley - Biography of a pioneer in psychology who is well remembered for his work with obedience to authority.
Noam Chomsky - From Philosophy. 
Otto Rank - Psychologist and Philosopher 1884 Vienna - 1939 New York
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov -  Winner of the 1904 Nobel Prize in Medicine 
Piaget  - Children in Piaget's stage of moral realism believe that rules are absolute and can't be changed. Punishment should be determined by how much damage is done, and the intention of the child is not taken into account.
Plato - Plato Born: 427 BC in Athens, Greece Died: 347 BC in Athens, Greece
R.D. Laing - Psychiatrist, born in Glasgow, Strathclyde. He studied at the University of Glasgow, where he practise4d as a psychiatrist (1953-6). He joined the Tavistock Clinic in London in 1957, and the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations in 1960.