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Jastrow, Joseph

Warsaw, Poland

Stockbridge, Massachusetts, USA

Degrees: Ph.D. in psychology, Johns Hopkins University, 1886
Career: Bachelor´s degree at the University of Pennsylvania at the age of nineteen and master´s degree three years later; 1886 doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins University under Granville Stanley Hall; 1888 chair of Experimental and Comparative Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, where he immediately set about organizing a psychological laboratory; retired in 1927, accepting the title of Emeritus Professor; 1927-33 lecturer at the New School for Social Research, New York City; president of the American Psychological Association in 1900.
Selected works: Jastrow, Joseph. 1890. The Time-Relations of Mental Phenomena. New York: Hodges Jastrow, Joseph. 1900. Fact and Fable in psychology. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co.
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Sources: Clark L. Hull. 1944. Joseph Jastrow: 1863-1944. The American Journal of Psychology: 581-585 ; Zusne
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