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I. Madison Bentley (970)

Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
American
Born
1870, Clinton, Iowa
Died
1955, Palo Alto, California
Short Biography
Isaac Madison Bentley (Clinton, Iowa, 1870 – California, 1955) was an American psychologist. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • Ph.D. in psychology, Cornell University, 1899, under E. B. Titchener*
Appointments & Honors
  • 1899-1912, Cornell University
  • 1912-29, University of Illinois
  • 1929-38, Sage professor of psychology and head of Psychology Department, Cornell University
  • 1938-40, consulting psychologist, Library of Congress
  • 1930-31, chairman, Psychology Division, National Research Council
  • created Committee on Psychiatric Investigation, of which he was the chairman for several years
  • editorial work, Psychological Index (1916-25), Journal of Experimental Psychology (1926-29), Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology (192I-35)
  • AmericanJournal of Psychology (1930-50)
  • president, American Psychological Association, 1925
  • honorary LL.D., University of Nebraska