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Granville Stanley Hall
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Granville Stanley Hall was born.
Hall enrolled in the Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
Hall entered Williams College.
He left Seminary to study in Germany.
After graduation Hall went to Germany and worked for Wundt in the Leipzig laboratory.
Wundt's "Physiological Psychology"
He became a lecturer at Antioch College in Ohio.
Hall earned the first Ph.D. degree in psychology granted in America.
He gave a talk to a meeting of the National Education Association (NEA).
A lectureship in philosophy and a professorship in psychology and pedagogics at Johns Hopkins University followed.
He established the first American Psychology laboratory.
Hall founded the American Journal of Psychology
He named the first president of Clark University
The American Psychological Association is founded. Hall was the first president.
Hall invited Freud and Carl Jung to Clark University.
Granville Stanley Hall died.
Hall's most influential work "Adolescence"
Hall published "Senescence"
The first journal in the fields of child and educational psychology; the Pedagogical Seminary
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