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Carl Stumpf (1246)

Interests
Experimental psychology
Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
German
Born
1848, Wiesentheid, Lower Franconia
Died
1936, Berlin, Germany
Short Biography
Carl Stumpf (German: [ʃtʊmpf]; 21 April 1848 – 25 December 1936) was a German philosopher and psychologist. He studied with Franz Brentano at the University of Würzburg before receiving his doctorate at University of Göttingen in 1868. At Göttingen, he ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • DPhil University of Gottingen, 1868
Appointments & Honors
  • Privatdozent, University of Gottingen, 1870-3
  • Professor, University of Wiirzburg, 1873-8
  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Halle, 1884-9
  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Munich, 1889-94
  • Professor of Philosophy, Director of the Institute of Experimental Psychology, Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Berlin, 1894-1922
  • Joint President, 3rd International Congress of Psychology, Munich, 1896
  • Rector, University of Berlin, 1907-8
  • Hon. D, University of Berlin, 1910
  • Prussian Order of Merit
Principal Publications
  • 1883, 1890 Tonpsychologie (2 vols). Hirzel.
  • 1898 Konsonan: und Dissonan: (Theory of Consonance and Dissonance). Beitrage zur Akustik und Musikwissenschaft.
  • 1907 Erscheinungen und psychische Funktionen (Presentations and Mental States). Reimer.
  • 1907 Zur Einteilung der Wissenschaften (On the Classification of Scientific Disciplines). Reimer.