Mary Whiton Calkins (/ˈkɔːlkɪnz, ˈkæl-/; 30 March 1863 – 26 February 1930) was an American philosopher and psychologist. Calkins was also the first woman to become president of the American Psychological Association.
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PhD Harvard University, 1895
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1891-1930, Wellesley College
president, American Psychological Association, 1905
1894 Association: I. Psychological Review, 1, 476-83.
1896 Association: II. Psychological Review, 3, 32-49.
1896 Association: An essay analytical and experimental. Psychological Review Monograph Supplements, 1, no. 2.
1898 Short studies in memory and in association from the Wellesley College Psychological Laboratory: 1. A study of immediate and delayed recall of the concrete and of the verbal. Psychological Review, 5, 451-6.