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|Cattell, James Mckeen.|
Adm. Fell.-Com. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 11, 1886.
S. of [Rev.] William Cassidy, Professor, of Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. (and Elizabeth McKeen). B. May 25, 1860, at Easton, Pennsylvania.
Schools, Lafayette College, Baltimore University and Leipsig.
Matric. Michs. 1887.
Ph.D. (Leipsig) 1886; LL.D. (Lafayette) 1907; Sc.D. (Arizona) 1924.
Lecturer at Cambridge, 1888.
Professor of Psychology at Pennsylvania University, 1888-91; at Columbia University, New York, 1891-1917.
Protested in letters addressed to Members of Congress against the sending of conscripts to Europe and was subsequently expelled from his chair.
President of the International Congress of Psychology, 1929.
Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1937.
Of Garrison, New York.
Author, psychological, etc. (R. F. Scott; The Times, Oct. 3, 1917; International Who's Who, 1939.)
|James Mckeen CATTELL |
Approx. lifespan: 18601958
Adm Fell.-Com. St John's College 1886:10:11
s. of Rev. William Cassidy CATTELL Professor of Sch: Lafayette College and Elizabeth McKeen [Lafayette], Pennsylvania , USA ,
b. Easton, Pennsylvania , [ USA ], 1860:05:25
Schools Sch: Lafayette College [Lafayette,] Sch: Baltimore University, [ USA ], and
PhD Leipsig 1886
LLD Lafayette 1907
ScD Arizona 1924
Lecturer at: : Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], 1888
Professor of Psychology at: : Sch: Pennsylvania University [Pennsylvania], [Pennsylvania], [ USA ], 1888-91
Sch: Columbia University [Columbia, New York], [ USA ], 1891-1917
Protested in letters addressed to Members of Congress against the sending of conscripts to Europe , and was subsequently expelled from his chair.
President of: : International Congress of Psychology 1929
Commander of: : Legion of Honor 1937
Of Garrison, New York, [ USA ],
Author, psychological, etc. (
R. F. Scott; The Times 1917:10:03
International Who's Who 1939 .)
[add:]Died Jan 1944at Lancaster, Pennsylvania , [ USA ], [:add]
[add:](J.D. Pickles: Eagle, June 1944)[:add]