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Hall Biographical Note:

1844, February 1 Born at Ashfield, MA
1862-1863 Williston Seminary, Easthampton, MA
1863-1867 Williams College (A.B. 1867, A.M. 1870)
1867-1869 Union Theological Seminary, New York City
1869-1870 Germany
1870-1872 New York City
1872-1876 Antioch College
1876-1878 Harvard University (Ph.D. 1878)
1878-1880 Germany
1880-1881 Lecturer at Harvard and Williams
1881 Publication of Aspects of German Culture (Boston: James R. Osgood)
1882-1888 Lecturer and Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, Johns Hopkins University
1888-1920 President and Professor of Psychology, Clark University
1904 Publication of Adolescence (New York: D. Appleton, 2 volumes)
1911 Publication of Educational Problems (New York: D. Appleton, 2 volumes)
1917 Publication of Jesus the Christ in the Light of Psychology (New York: Doubleday, Page, 2 volumes)
1920-1924 President Emeritus, Clark University
1920 Publication of Morale (New York: D. Appleton) and Recreations of a Psychologist (New York: D. Appleton)
1922 Publication of Senescence: The Last Half of Life (New York: D. Appleton)
1923 Publication of Life and Confessions of a Psychologist (New York: D. Appleton)
1924, April 24 Died at Worcester, MA, Buried at Ashfield
1972 Publication of G. Stanley Hall: The Psychologist as Prophet, by Dorothy Ross (Chicago: University of Chicago Press)