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George Trumbull Ladd (1093)

Interests
General psychology, history of psychology
Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
American
Born
1842, Painesville, Ohio, USA Died: 1921
Died
1921, New Haven, Connecticut
Short Biography
George Trumbull Ladd (January 19, 1842 – August 8, 1921) was an American philosopher, educator and psychologist. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • AB Andover Theological Seminary, 1864
Appointments & Honors
  • Southworth Lecturer on Congregationalism, Andover Theological Seminary, 1876
  • Professor of Philosophy, Bowdoin College, 1879
  • Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Yale, 1881-1901
  • Co-Founder, APA, 1892
  • Second President, APA, 1893
  • Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, 3rd Class, 1899, 2nd Class, 1907
  • University Professor, Yale, 1901-5
  • Gold Medal of the Imperial Educational Society of Japan
Principal Publications
  • 1878 The Unknown God of Herbert and the Promise and Potency of Professor Tyndall. Hauser.
  • 1887 Elements of Physiological Psychology. Scribner's (rev. R. S. Woodworth, 1911).
  • 1890 Introduction to Philosophy: An Inquiry after a Rational System of Scientific Principles in their Relation to Ultimate Reality. Scribner's.
  • 1891 Outlines of Physiological Psychology. (abbreviation of Elements, 1887).
  • 1892 Psychology as so-called 'natural science'. Philosophical Review, 1, 24-53.
  • 1894 Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory. Scribner's.
  • 1894 Primer of Psychology. Scribner's.
  • 1894 Primer of Descriptive Psychology. Scribner's.
  • 1895 Philosophy of Mind: An Essay in the Metaphysics of Psychology. Scribner's.
  • 1897 Philosophy of Knowledge: An Inquiry into the Nature, Limits and Validity of Human Cognitive Faculty. Scribner's.
  • 1898 Outlines of Descriptive Psychology: A Text- Book of Mental Science for Colleges and Normal Schools. Longmans Green (abbreviation of Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory, 1894).
  • 1905 The Philosophy of Religion (2 vols). Scribner's.
  • 1905 The child's capacity for religion. In T. Stephens (ed.), The Child and Religion: Eleven Essays. G. P. Putnam's.
  • 1909 The confusion of pragmatism. Hibbert Journal, 7(4), 784-801.
  • 1909 Knowledge, Life and Reality. Longmans Green.
  • 1917 Why Women Cannot Compose Music. Yale Publishing Association.
  • 1918 The Secret of Personality. Longmans Green.