Williard W. Hartup Born: 1927 - Fremont, Ohio Current: Regents Professor at the Institute of Child Development , University of Minnesota. Education: Ed.D. Harvard University Achievements: Performed major research on the impact of child friendships on development; G. Stanley Hall Award for Distinguished Contributions to Developmental Psychology , American Psychological Association , 1991.

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