Wolfe, Harry Kirke 10 November —30 July , psychologist, was born in Bloomington, Illinois, the son of Jacob Vance Wolfe, a farmer, lawyer, and land commissioner, and Eliza Ellen Batterton, a college professor of mathematics. Wolfe was thirteen years old when his family moved to a farm near Lincoln, Nebraska. He graduated from the University of Nebraska in with a concentration in philosophy. After teaching in Nebraska public schools for three years, he enrolled at the University of Berlin to pursue a doctorate in the classics.
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American psychologist and parapsychologist. Crumbaugh's education was interrupted by World War II , when he served as an assistant psychologist in the U. After the war he became an instructor in psychology at Memphis State University, a post he held while finishing his doctorate During the s Crumbaugh received two grants from the Parapsychology Foundation for work on the repeatability of experiments in ESP. In spite of many years of experimentation, Crumbaugh did not discover significant psi effects, but stressed the importance of the experimenter and repeatability in parapsychology.
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Hermann Ebbinghaus , born January 24, , Barmen, Rhenish Prussia [Germany]—died February 26, , Halle , Germany , German psychologist who pioneered in the development of experimental methods for the measurement of rote learning and memory. Ebbinghaus received a Ph. Shortly thereafter he became assistant professor at the Friedrich-Wilhelm University, Berlin, a post he held until , when he was appointed professor at the University of Breslau. Using himself as a subject for observation, Ebbinghaus devised 2, three-letter nonsense syllables for measuring the formation of mental associations. This learning invention, together with the stringent control factors that he developed and his meticulous treatment of data, brought him to the conclusion that memory is orderly. In conjunction with a study of the mental capacities of Breslau schoolchildren , he created a word-completion test. Hermann Ebbinghaus.
His father was a theologian and professor of religion at a nearby royal academy. His family was deeply involved in a revivalist orthodoxy Neuluthertum that he eventually broke away from. At 18 he attended Leipzig University where he studied history and philosophy, while there he was inducted into Herbartian Philosophy. He was always seen as studious and had an interest in Mysticism that he fulfilled by reading Goethe , Byron , and Shelley.
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