American Psychology Just Before Piaget

  title={American Psychology Just Before Piaget},
  author={W. Kessen},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  pages={196 - 199}
  • W. Kessen
  • Published 1996
  • Psychology
  • Psychological Science
  • Jean Piaget first came to New Haven, Connecticut, in September of 1929 as a member of the Ninth International Congress of Psychology. At that time, he was one of the young European stars who joined Ivan Pavlov, Wolfgang Kohler, Edouard Claparede, and James McKeen Cattell to celebrate the first meeting in the United States of International Psychology (Ninth International Congress, 1930). l Piaget came to New Haven again in March of 1953, and, although he was not well known to the local… CONTINUE READING

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