G. Stanley Hall, Psychologist and Educator

Zeligs, Rose
February 1943
Journal of Applied Psychology;Feb43, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p83
Academic Journal
A biography of G. Stanley Hall, a psychologist and educator in the U.S., is presented. He was born on February 1, 1846 and received his early education in a country school, enrolled in the Williston Seminary in 1863 for his senior year and graduated in 1987 at Williams College having a number of scholastic honors. In 1871, he continued his studies at the Union Theological Seminary and acquired his doctoral in psychology. He gained his professorship in psychology at Johns Hopkins University.


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