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James Mark Baldwin

Author Code: ABLD

Born: Jan. 12, 1861 - Columbus, South Carolina, USA

Died: Nov. 8, 1934 - Paris, France

Educated at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in theology and philosophy, and at Leipzig and Berlin universities. On his return to America, he became an instructor in French and German at Princeton Theological Seminary. In 1889, he became professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto. There, he set up a psychological laboratory and wrote a two-volume, Handbook of Psychology (1889-91). In 1893 he returned to Princeton as professor of psychology and philosophy and where he would set up a similar laboratory and continue to work there until 1903. He then spent five years as an adviser to the National University of Mexico in Mexico City. In 1913, following a scandal involving a brothel, he moved to Paris and lectured for a number of years before becoming a professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Sociale. In 1916, he published American Neutrality: Its Cause and Cure in order to bring to the attention of the American people the undesirability of neutrality. In 1926, he published his memoirs, Between Two Wars, 1861-1921. Baldwin was a prominent figure in the field of developmental psychology. His works include Psychology Past and Present (1894), The Story of the Mind (1898), Development and Evolution (1902), The Story of the Mind (1905), Mental Development in the Child and the Race (1906), Darwin and the Humanities (1909), The Individual and Society (1911) and History of Psychology (1913).

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