Edward Bradford Titchener
Titchener, Edward Bradford (tĭchˈənər) [key], 1867–1927, American psychologist, b. Chichester, England, grad. Oxford, 1890. He studied in Leipzig (Ph.D. 1892) under Wundt (whose Principles of Physiological Psychology he translated), and in 1892 he became head of the new psychological laboratory at Cornell, where he was research professor from 1910. His works include Experimental Psychology (2 vol., 1901–5), Lectures on the Elementary Psychology of Feeling and Attention (1908), and Systematic Psychology (1929).
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