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Classification: People: By occupation: Psychologists: By nationality: French
Also: France: People: By occupation: Psychologists

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Alfred Binet

Anne-Françoise Rutkowski

Antoine de La Garanderie

Bela Grunberger

Boris Cyrulnik

Catherine Pinhas

Charles Féré

Daniel Lagache

David Lewis (psychologist)

Evelyne Kestemberg

François Perrier (psychoanalyst)

Françoise Dolto

Gabriel Revault d'Allonnes

Gabriel Tarde

Georges Dumas

Gustave Le Bon

Gérard Mendel

Gérard Vergnaud

Henri Delacroix

Henri Piéron

Henri Wallon (psychologist)

Henri-Étienne Beaunis

Hubert Benoit (psychotherapist)

Jacques Fradin

Jacques-Alain Miller

Jadwiga Abramson

Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel

Jean Delay

Jean-Charles Gille

Jean-Claude Abric

Jean-Martin Charcot

Joseph Doucé

Juan-David Nasio

Kalthoum Sarrai

Léon Dumont

Manès Sperber

Marc Jeannerod

Marcel Foucault

Martine Beck

Max Ringelmann

Odile Jacob

Paul Diel

Paul Fraisse

Paul Sollier

Paula M. Niedenthal

Pierre Janet

Pierre Weil

René Le Senne

René Zazzo

Robert Desoille

Serge Leclaire

Serge Moscovici

Steve Abadie-Rosier

Théodore Simon

Théodule-Armand Ribot

Valérie Grumelin-Halimi

Yvonne Artaud

Éliane Amado Levy-Valensi

Émile Coué

Éric Laurent


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28 news items

 
Quartz
Sat, 30 Aug 2014 03:52:30 -0700

The concept of testing intelligence was first successfuly devised by French psychologists in the early 1900s to help describe differences in how well and quickly children learn at school. But it is now frequently used to explain that difference—that ...

Discover Magazine (blog)

Discover Magazine (blog)
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 08:13:44 -0700

The concept of testing intelligence was first successfully devised by French psychologists in the early 1900s to help describe differences in how well and quickly children learn at school. But it is now frequently used to explain that difference – that ...
 
The Epoch Times
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 03:06:45 -0700

The concept of testing intelligence was first successfully devised by French psychologists in the early 1900s to help describe differences in how well and quickly children learn at school. But it is now frequently used to explain that difference—that ...

Mother Jones

Mother Jones
Fri, 20 Jun 2014 03:01:22 -0700

In a 2009 article in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, the French psychologists Sylvie Droit-Volet and Sandrine Gil described what they call the paradox of time: "Although humans are able to accurately estimate time as if they ...

Design & Trend

Design & Trend
Mon, 08 Sep 2014 08:33:45 -0700

French psychologists first developed intelligence testing in the early 1900s. The tests display the differences in how well and quickly children learn concepts in school. Intelligence not only refers to our ability to learn quickly, but our ability to ...
 
The Daily Telegram (blog)
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 15:33:33 -0700

The concept of testing intelligence was first successfully devised by French psychologists in the early 1900s to help describe differences in how well and quickly children learn at school. But it is now frequently used to explain that difference – that ...

Medical Daily

Medical Daily
Thu, 08 May 2014 09:50:04 -0700

A team of French psychologists, Jordy Stefan and Nicolas Guéguen of the Universite de Bretagne-Sud, sought to investigate whether flowers can increase positive responses to an explicit request for help. Two 19-year-old women, who were either wearing ...
 
PBS
Thu, 07 Mar 2013 07:07:34 -0800

Now that geneticists can look at genes, they can't find genes that account for more than 10 percent of the variation in any human trait. We know that poor people are not genetically defective. Years ago, three French psychologists did a very important ...
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