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James McKeen Cattell, 1860-1944
Cattell, James McKeen
|Statement||[Edited by A. T. Poffenberger]|
|Contributions||Poffenberger, Albert Theodor, 1885- ed.|
|LC Classifications||BF21 .C32|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||48011753|
JAMES McKEEN CATTELL BY W. B. PILLSBURY Through most of the beginnings and early fruition of scien-tific psychology, Cattell was a dominant factor in introducing the experimental technique in America. It is true that James and Stanley Hall antedated him; for each the scientific method was grafted upon an older theoretical approach File Size: 1MB. CATTELL, JAMES () Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in , J. McKeen Cattell was the fourth president of the American Psychological Association () and the first psychologist elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences in He was the founder of the related areas of differential psychology and psychometrics.
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He learned his basic techniques at the. James McKeen Cattell was an American psychologist, professor, and editor. He was the first professor of psychology in the United States, teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, and long-time editor and publisher of scientific journals and publications, most notably the journal Science.
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James McKeen Cattell, U.S. psychologist who oriented U.S. psychology toward use of objective experimental methods, mental testing, and application of psychology to the fields of education, business, industry, and advertising.
He originated two professional directories and published five scientific. The American psychologist and editor James McKeen Cattell () was a pioneer in American psychology who influenced the profession to use objective methods of study and to apply psychology to practical aspects of life.
James McKeen Cattell was born onin Easton, Pennsylvania. James McKeen Cattell is an important figure in psychology and the study of human intelligence for several reasons.
While at Leipzig, working under Wundt, he was the first American to publish a dissertation, Psychometric Investigation. After his return from Europe, perhaps no other person contributed more to the strengthening of American.How to Cite.
Haynie, N. A. Cattell, James McKeen (–). Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology. 1.