What is JAMES, WILLIAM?

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He was the the most influential psychologist of his time he taught many students who contributed to the development of American psychology and helped to shape the field of psychology in its early decades.

JAMES, WILLIAM: "William James made lasting contributions to the psychology of religion."

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