GREAT PSYCHOLOGISTS

Great psychologists include famous psychoanalysts like Freud and Jung as well as lesser known psychiatrists. Learn how great psychologists have contributed to our knowledge of psychology.

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Koffka, Kurt

Koffka, Kurt (1886-1941), a German-American psychologist. With Wolfgang Khler and Max Wertheimer, Koffka was a founder of the Gestalt school of psychology.

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  • Terman, Lewis M.
    Terman, Lewis M.

    Terman, Lewis M. (Madison) (1877-1956), a United States psychologist. In 1916 Terman published the Stanford-Binet test, an American revision of the children's individual intelligence test developed by the French psychologist Alfred Binet. See more »

  • Thurstone, Louis Leon
    Thurstone, Louis Leon

    Thurstone, Louis Leon (1887-1955) was an American psychologist who was instrumental in the development of psychological tests. See more »

  • Tolman, Edward Chace
    Tolman, Edward Chace

    Tolman, Edward Chace (1886-1959) was an American psychologist who revolutionized the field of behavioral psychology. See more »

  • Watson, John B.
    Watson, John B.

    Watson, John B. (Broadus) (1878-1958), a United States psychologist. In Behavior (1914) and other books, Watson argued that psychologists, to be scientific, must study what people do, not what they say they think or feel. See more »

  • Wertheimer, Max
    Wertheimer, Max

    Wertheimer, Max (1880-1943), a German psychologist. With Wolfgang Khler and Kurt Koffka, he was a founder of Gestalt psychology. See more »

  • Woodworth, Robert Sessions
    Woodworth, Robert Sessions

    Woodworth, Robert Sessions (1869-1962) was an American psychologist known for his work in experimental psychology, a field that developed in the late 1800's and early 1900's. See more »

  • Wundt, Wilhelm
    Wundt, Wilhelm

    Wundt, Wilhelm (1832-1920), a German physiologist and philosopher, is known as the father of modern psychology. See more »

  • Yerkes, Robert Mearns
    Yerkes, Robert Mearns

    Yerkes, Robert Mearns (1876-1956) was an American psychologist known for his research on the behavior of apes. See more »

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