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Grace Helen Kent was an American psychologist. Born in Indiana (June 6, 1875), she died the 18th of September 1973. She never married and never had children.
She grew up in Iowa, the daughter of a clergyman. Her father was quite liberal, and, in fact, was the first white pastor for a black parish.
She studied at the University of Iowa, receiving her bachelor's degree in 1902. In 1911, she received a PhD at the George Washington University.
She is known mainly for collaborating to create the Kent-Rosanoff Free Association Test.