MOWRER, O HOBART

(1907 - 182) was a U.S. psychologist who earned his Ph.D. from the John Hopkins University in 1932. After teaching for a length of time at Yale University's Institute of Human Relations and Harvard University, he joined the University of Illinois where he remained for the rest of his academic career. Mowrer was one of the first psychologist to attempt to explain language acquisition via the elementary principles of conditioning. He was published a variety of times and was the president of the American Psychological Association in 1954.

MOWRER, O HOBART: "Hobart Mowrer was a notable U.S. psychologist was earned his Ph.D. from the John Hopkins University in 1932- for a brief period in 1954, he was the president of the American Psychological Association."
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