Frank Sulloway

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For the American tennis player, see Frank Sulloway (tennis).

Frank J. Sulloway (born 1947) is an American psychologist. He is a visiting scholar at the Institute of Personality and Social Research at the University of California, Berkeley,[1] and a visiting professor in the Department of Psychology.[2] After finishing secondary school at Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island,[[3]] Sulloway studied at Harvard College and later earned a Ph.D. in the history of science at Harvard.[4] He was a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[citation needed]

He is best known for his claim that birth-order exerts large effects on personality, and the subsequent debates about this issue.

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  1. ^ "IPSR Directory: Faculty". ipsr.berkeley.edu. Institute of Personality and Social Research. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 
  2. ^ "Details for: Frank J Sulloway". calnet.berkeley.edu. UC Regents. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 
  3. ^ http://issuu.com/moses_brown_school/docs/mb_11131_cupola_publication
  4. ^ "Born Rebels". PaulaGordon.com. The Paula Gordon Show. Retrieved 2015-03-30. 

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