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The British psychologist, Charles Edward Spearman, was born in 1863 and died in 1945. His doctoral study was directed by Wilhelm Wundt, who initiated the first laboratory in experimental psychology in Leipzig, Germany. Spearman was also strongly influenced by the work of Francis Galton, who had made a strong case for the importance of intelligence testing. Charles Spearman occupied chaired professorships at University College London from 1907 to 1931.Review:
The Abilities of Man brings together the fruits of two decades of research into a coherent whole. -- Human Nature Review 2003
The high point for Spearman’s system was undoubtedly reached in 1927 with the publication of The Abilities of Man... -- Lovie & Lovie, 1996, p. 82
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