Mary Whiton Calkins was born in 1863. She was not allowed to receive her Ph.D. because she was a woman. Harvard University only allowed her to take classes as a visiting student. Calkins established a psychological laboratory at Wellesley College, where she pioneered in the study of human memory. In 1905 she became the first woman president of the American Psychological Association (APA)

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