1944 – Judith Seitz Rodin, born on this year in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the first female president of an Ivy League university. 1966 – Received a BA Psychology, University of Pennsylvania. 1970 – Received a PhD, in Columbia University. 1970 – 1972 – Served as a Professor in Psychology, in New York University. ..
1897 – Born on March 24th in Dobrzcynica (Dobzau), Galicia, Austria-Hungary. Founder of Orgonomy. Viennese psychologist who developed a system of psychoanalysis that concentrated on overall character structure, rather than on individual neurotic symptoms. – Persecuted psychoanalyst who trained under Freud. Claimed that the release of energy at orgasm could be measured and ..
Austrian psychologist wrote "The Trauma of Birth" 1924 student of Sig..
French economist and physician leader of Physiocra..
US conspirator with John Wilkes Booth attempted assassin of William Seward 1865  ..
1841 – Born on December 21st in Palermo. Italian folklorist and physician. 1871 – Compiled the Biblioteca delle tradizioni popolari siciliane ("Library of Sicilian popular traditions"). 1882 – Founder of the Archives for the Study of the Popular Traditions. 1894 – His basic bibliography of the Italian popular traditions, was published. 1916 – Died on ..
French abbot and saint source of word "fil..
1958 – Born on March 1st in Lausanne, Vaud canton. Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones, first hot-air balloonists to circle globe nonstop, picking up their $1 million prize at National Air and Space Museum. 1999 – At midday on March 20th, a balloon carrying Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jones 11,000 m (36,000 ft) above Mauritania ..
1896 – Born on August 9th in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Jean Piaget was a Swiss biologist, philosopher, and psychologist best known for his work in the area of developmental psychology. 1906 – His interest in mollusks developed to such a degree that he wrote to the curator of a local museum to request access to its ..
German Gestalt psychiatrist and ps..