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1989 – She founded Teach for America.   1991 – She received the Kilby Young Innovator Award and the Jefferson Award for Public Service.   1993 – Kopp is the youngest person and the first woman to receive Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson Award.   1994 – Aetna’s Voice of Conscience Award recepient, also she recieved ..

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1886 – Born in Berlin on the 18th of March. 1909 – He received his PhD from the University of Berlin. 1911 – He taught at the University of Giessen. 1921 – He wrote Growth of the Mind: An Introduction to Child Psychology. 1922 – He introduced the gestalt programme with an article in the ..

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1887 – Born on the 21st of January. 1909 – He received his PhD from the University of Berlin. 1913-1920 – He worked at the Anthropoid Station at Tenerife in the Canary Islands. 1922-1935 – He was chair and director of the psychology institute at the University of Berlin. 1929 – He wrote his book ..

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1927 – Lawrence Kohlberg was born on October 25th, in Bronxville, New York, an affluent suburb of New York City. 1948 – Kohlberg enrolled at the University of Chicago. Because he scored so high on admissions tests, he extricated himself from most of the school’s course requirements and earned his bachelor’s degree in one year. ..

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1882 – Born in Vienna of Jewish parentage on the 30th of March. 1919 – She became a psychoanalyst and began analysing children. 1921 – She moved to Berlin where she studied with and was analysed by Karl Abraham. 1926 – her innovative work, British psychoanalyst Ernest Jones invited Klein to come to London.   ..

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1852 – Born on February 26th in Tyrone, Michigan to John Preston Kellogg and Anne Jeanette Stanley. 1875 – The Whites recognized the potential of the teen-ager and helped finance John Harvey Kellogg’s medical studies at the Bellevue Medical College in New York City. Upon graduation, the young doctor Kellogg returned to Battle Creek and ..

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