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Angell, James Rowland (08 May 1869–04 March 1949), academic psychologist and fourteenth president of Yale University, was born in Burlington, Vermont, the son of James Burrill Angell, president of the University of Vermont and later the president of the University of Michigan, and Sarah Swope Caswell, daughter of ...

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Bryan, William Lowe (11 November 1860–21 November 1955), philosopher, psychologist, and educator, was born William Julian Bryan on a farm near Bloomington, Indiana, the son of John Bryan, a Presbyterian minister, and Eliza Jane Philips. In 1876 he entered the preparatory department of Indiana University in Bloomington, which served as the local high school, and the next year he matriculated as a university student. As an undergraduate he developed his skills in public speaking and helped to revive the ...

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Sanford, Edmund Clark (10 November 1859–22 November 1924), college president and research psychologist, was born in Oakland, California, the son of Edmund P. Sanford, a druggist, and Jennie E. Clark. Sanford earned an A.B. at the University of California in Berkeley in 1883. After a year of teaching at Oahu College in Honolulu, he enrolled at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and earned a Ph.D. in experimental psychology in 1888. During his years in Baltimore he came under the influence of ...