- James McKeen Cattell (1860-1944) : James McKeen Cattell the one who represented Functionalistic psychology at Columbia University. He did much to promote Applied psychology . He orked with Galton and developed a strong interest in measuring individual differences . Cattell brought Galton's methods of intelligence testing to the United States.

 


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James McKeen Cattell had worked with Galton and developed a strong interest in measuring individual differences. He brought Galton's methods of intelligence testing to the United States.

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