Granville Stanley Hall (Hall Granville Stanley)( The American psychologist.)
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Biography Granville Stanley Hall (Hall Granville Stanley)
Born in Ashfilde (pc. Massachusetts), February 1, 1844. He graduated from Williams College, United Theological Seminary and Harvard University (where in 1878 received a Ph.D.), studied at several German universities, worked under Wundt, Helmholtz, and other prominent scientists. Taught in Antioquia College, Harvard and Williams College, was invited to a professorship at Johns Hopkins University, where in 1883 founded the first psychological laboratory in America. In 1889, Hall became president of Clark University.
Hall - founder of the magazine 'American Journal of Psychology', and 'Pedagogical Seminary', the first magazine devoted exclusively to child development, and several other periodicals. The first president of the American Psychological Association (1892-1893), was re-elected to the post in 1923-1924. Among the works of the scientist - Youth (Adolescence, . 1904), . Youth (Youth, . 1907), . The founders of modern psychology (Founders of Modern Psychology, . 1912), . Morality (Morale, . 1920), . Aging (Senescence, . 1922), . Life and the recognition of a psychologist (Life and Confessions of a Psychologist, . 1923),
. In Russian came following the work of the Hall: The social instincts of children and institutions for their development (1913), . Instincts and feelings in adolescence (1913), . Evolution in the development of feelings of nature in children (1914), . Pedagogy of the kindergarten (1914), . Collection of articles on pedagogy and pedology (b / g), . Selected articles on child psychology and pedagogy, (b / g), . Outlines for the Study of the Child (1925),
Died Hall in Worcester (pc. Massachusetts) 24 April 1924.