Edmund Smith Conklin
He was born in New Britain, Connecticut on April 19, 1884. He attended Clark University when G. Stanley Hall was a leading teacher. He graduated in psychology from Springfield college and Clark University. He was a professor and chairman of the department of psychology at the University of Indiana. He served at various times as visiting professor at the University of Chicago and Syracuse University. He wrote books on abnormal psychology, anomalistic psychology and the psychology of religion.
He died in a hospital in Bloomington on Oct. 6, 1942.
- Introductory Psychology for Students of Education [with Frank Samuel Freeman] (1939)
- Three diagnostic Scorings for the Thurstone Personality Schedule (1937)
- Outline of Abnormal Psychology (1936)
- Principles of Adolescent Psychology (1935)
- The Scale of Values Method for Studies in Genetic Psychology (1923)
- Principles of Abnormal Psychology (1927, 1944)
- The Foster-Child Fantasy (1920)
- Collegiate Religious Education (1909)
- Seashore, Robert H.; Davis, R. C.; Kantor, J. R. (1943). Edmund Smith Conklin: 1884-1942. Science. Volume 97. Issue 2522. pp. 393-394
- Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener, Karl M. Dallenbach. (1943). The American Journal of Psychology. N. Murray. Volume 56. p. 140
- Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. (1942). Volume 52. p. 3
- Psychiatric Quarterly. (1963). Volume 17. Issue 1. pp. 182-185