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  1. James Jerome Gibson

    James Jerome Gibson, was born on 27 January in 1904, McConnelsville, Ohio, U.S. James J. Gibson was an american psychologist whose theories of visual perception were influential among some schools of psyhology and philosophy in the late 20th century.

    After receiving a Ph.D. in psychology at Princetone University in 1928, Gibson joined the faculty of Smith College. He married Eleanor J. Gibson —who would become a prominent psychologist in her own right—in 1932. During World War II he served in the Army Air Forces (1942–46), where he did research on visual aircraft identification and on increasing the effectiveness of training films, among other topics. After the war he returned to Smith College before moving to Cornell University in 1949. He retired in 1972.

    Alisa Nikolaevna Ammosova - 29.09.2021 - 01:06