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Hull, Clark Leonard

near Akron, New York, USA

New Haven, Connecticut, USA

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Degrees: Ph.D. in psychology, University of Wisconsin, 1918
Career: Graduation as a mining engineer; studies of psychology at the University of Michigan; after graduation teaching assistant at the University of Wisconsin; 1918 Ph.D. under V. A. C. Henmon; 1916-27 at the University of Wisconsin; 1927-29 at Harvard University; 1929-52 professor of psychology at Yale University; 1936 president of the American Psychological Association.
Selected works: Hull, Clark Leonard. 1924. The influence of tobacco smoking on mental and motor efficiency. Psychological Monographs 33 Hull, Clark Leonard. 1928. Aptitude Testing. Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York: World Book Company Hull, Clark Leonard. 1933. Hypnosis and suggestibility: an experimental approach. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts Hull, Clark Leonard. 1943. Principles of behavior: An introduction to behavior theory. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts Hull, Clark Leonard. 1951. Essentials of Behavior. New Haven: Yale University Press
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Sources: Zusne ; Sheehy, Noel, Antony J. Chapman, Wendy A. Conroy, eds. 1998. Biographical Dictionary of Psychology. London, New York. ; Image: Collection Rand B. Evans
Related: See also Rand B. Evans documentary film Psychologists 1927-1933 (Conference of Experimental Psychologists held under the auspices of the National Research Council at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. March 30-31, 1928; at min. 02:50; Tenth International Congress of Psychology, Copenhagen 1932, at min. 19:05).
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