Raymond Dodge

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Raymond Dodge (1871–1942) was an American experimental psychologist. He was educated at Williams College and the University of Halle. In 1896 he was appointed professor of philosophy at Ursinus College. The following year became associated with Wesleyan University, and was made full professor there in 1902.

Dodge was elected to conduct experiments on the psychology of nutrition at the Carnegie Institute laboratory (1913–1914), and became the editor of the Journal of Experimental Psychology (1916) and of the Journal of Comparative Psychology (1921). He was the author of numerous scientific monographs and papers on the psychology of language, vision, eye movement, and dynamic psychology in general.

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Preceded by
John Broadus Watson
25th President of the American Psychological Association
1916-17
Succeeded by
Robert Mearns Yerkes