Harold H. Schlosberg
|Harold H. Schlosberg|
January 3, 1904|
|Died||August 5, 1964
|Alma mater||Princeton University, B.A. 1925;
Princeton University, M.A. in Psychology, 1926;
Princeton University, Ph.D. in Psychology, 1928
|Doctoral advisor||Edwin Holt|
|Other academic advisors||Leonard Carmichael|
|Doctoral students||Carl Porter Duncan|
|Known for||research on conditioned reflex in man and animals|
Harold Schlosberg (1904–1964) was a professor of psychology at Brown University. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y, Schlosberg earned his Bachelor's and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University. Well known for his work on various topics ranging from conditioned reflexes to expression of human emotions, he co-authored the 1954 2nd edition of the textbook Experimental Psychology, with Robert Sessions Woodworth, a highly influential textbook in the field. A member of the prestigious Society of experimental Psychologists, Schlosberg served as chairman of Brown's Department of Psychology from 1954 until his death in 1964.
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