The First Experimental Psychologist at Seton Hall

Posted by on November 28, 2012 in 3 - Ethical and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World | 0 comments

While looking through some old Setonians I came across an article about one of the first experimental psychologists at Seton Hall University who has been forgotten. Dr. Gregory Schramm was a Benedictine monk, scientist, and developmental psychologist.  Before coming to Seton Hall in 1937 he was the chair of the Department of Psychology in a Catholic University in China. I wrote a brief article about Schramm that was published in the International Psychology Bulletin.  The link to the article is below.


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