WOMEN PIONEERS OF EMPIRICAL AESTHETICS (2): Margaret Floy Washburn

Margaret Floy Washburn (1871-1939) graduated at Vassar College. She was interested in both science and philosophy, so she decided to study psychology after graduating. She learnt that James McKeen Cattell had established a new laboratory of psychology and Columbia University, and she determined to study with him (Washburn, 1932). At that time, Columbia did not admit […]

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