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Karl M. Dallenbach (1150)

Interests
Experimental psychology
Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
American
Born
1887, Champaign, Illinois, USA Died: Austin, Texas, USA, 1971
Died
1971, Austin, Texas
Short Biography
Karl M. Dallenbach (October 20, 1887 in Champaign, Illinois — December 23, 1971 in Austin, Texas) was an American experimental psychologist whose interests in psychology were heavily influenced by John Wallace Baird. He was a loyal student of Edward ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • PhD Cornell University, 1913
Appointments & Honors
  • Professor, University of Oregon, 1913-14
  • Professor, Ohio State University, 1915-16
  • Professor, Cornell University, 1916-47
  • Co-operating Editor, American Journal of Psychology, 1921-5
  • Editor, American Journal of Psychology, 1926-68
  • Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Texas, 1948-71
Principal Publications
  • 1913 The relation of memory error to time interval. Psychological Review, 20, 323-37.
  • 1913 The measurement of attention. American Journal of Psychology, 24, 465-507.
  • 1920 Introspection and general methods. Psychological Bulletin, 17, 313-21.
  • 1921 'Subjective' perceptions. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 4, 143-63.
  • 1922 Haptical illusions of movement. American Journal of Psychology, 33, 277-84 (with W. A. Andrews).
  • 1925 The determination of memory span by the method of constant stimuli. American Journal of Psychology, 36, 621-8 (with J. P. Guilford).
  • 1926 Attention. Psychological Bulletin, 23, 1-18.
  • 1932 A comparative study of the errors of localization on the finger-tips. American Journal of Psychology, 44, 327-31.
  • 1936 The adaptation of pain aroused by cold. American Journal of Psychology, 48, 307-15 (with B. Edes).
  • 1939 Pain: History and present status. American Journal of Psychology, 52, 331-47.
  • 1944 'Facial vision': The perception of obstacles by the blind. American Journal of Psychology, 57, 133-83 (with M. Supa and M. Cotzin).
  • 1946 The effect of activity upon learning and retention in the cockroach. American Journal of Psychology, 59, 1-58 (with H. Minami).
  • 1953 'Facial vision': The perception of obstacles out of doors by blindfolded and blindfolded- deafened subjects. American Journal of Psychology, 66, 519-53.