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Women Pioneers in Psychology
A look at the contributions of Mary Caulkins, Christine Franklin and Margaret Washburn to the field of psychology.
# 125173 | 250 words | 3 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Women Studies (Historical Figures) , Psychology (General)


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This paper examines the contributions of Mary Caulkins, Christine Franklin and Margaret Washburn in the field of psychology, both in terms of their respective contributions as pioneers as women in this field, in addition to their contributions to specific scientific understandings within the field of psychology.

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"According to an essay published online on the Earlham College website, Margaret Floy Washburn made numerous contributions to the field of psychology. In addition to being a pioneer in this field which had previously been not simply dominated by men; it was the exclusive domain of males, she was known for her interest in methodological innovation, development of theory, experimental research and education. One of her greatest contributions to the field of psychology was containedin her book "The Animal Mind". In this book, Washburn analyzed the behavioral...."

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