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by Stevenson Smith,Edwin Ray Guthrie
Guthrie and Smith helped write Chapters in General Psychology in 1921. a b c d Guthrie, Edwin, Association by contiguity. In Sigmund Koch (ed), 1959. Psychology: a study of a science, 158-198.
Guthrie and Smith helped write Chapters in General Psychology in 1921. This book and work with Smith, focused Guthrie's continuing psychological works towards how exactly learning works and what effects a persons capability of learning. He and his wife, Helen MacDonald, traveled to France where they met Pierre Janet. a b Smith, S. & Guthrie, E. Exhibitionism, University of Washington, 1920, 205-211. Edwin Ray Guthrie, Encyclopedia of Psychology 2001. a b c Guthrie, E. R. (1946).
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Edwin Ray Guthrie (1886-1959), was a philosopher, mathematician, and later became a behavior psychologist. One word that could describe Guthrie is simple. His approach to learning and theories were simple. His simplistic nature was carried into his teachings where he took great pride in working with and teaching students, especially undergraduate students (Clark, 2005).
Edwin Ray Guthrie was born on January 9, 1886, in Lincoln, Nebraska. Between 1921 and 1930, Guthrie coauthored a textbook in general psychology with the American psychologist and neurophysiologist Stevenson Smith. He was one of five children in the family. His mother was a schoolteacher, and his father a store manager. With his wife, Helen M. Guthrie, he translated Principles of Psychothrapy, by the French psychiatrist Pierre Janet. From 1943 to 1952, Guthrie served as dean of the graduate school at the University of Washington.
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Edwin Ray Guthrie, (born January 9, 1886, Lincoln, Ne. . died April 23, 1959, Seattle, Wash. Guthrie gathered experimental data to support his theory and presented his views in The Psychology of Learning (1935). Guthrie studied at the University of Nebraska and the University of Pennsylvania, obtaining his doctorate in symbolic logic from the latter in 1912. He joined the faculty of the University of Washington in 1914. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: learning theory: Important earlier theorists.
Guthrie was born on January 9, 1886, in Lincoln, Nebraska, the son of Edwin Ray Guthrie, a store owner, and . In 1919 he moved to the psychology department, directed by Stevenson Smith, with whom he collaborated on an elementary text, Chapters in General Psychology.
Guthrie was born on January 9, 1886, in Lincoln, Nebraska, the son of Edwin Ray Guthrie, a store owner, and Harriet Louise Pickett. The family was of moderate means; Guthrie worked outside the home as soon as he could. While in high school he was a clerk for the railroad. This work established the authors as important proponents of a unified theory of learning.