Raymond cattell

Raymond Cattell

  • Raymond Cattell Born

    Raymond Cattell Born
  • family moved to Torquay, Devon, in south England

  • Graduated University College, London, B.S. with honors in chemistry

  • Ph.D in psychology at University of London

  • University College, London, masters in education

  • Left England, moved to United States. He was invited by Edward Thorndike, to attend Columbia University

  • left England and moved to United States. he was invited by Edward Thorndike, to attend Columbia Universit

  • honorary doctor of science

  • joined the Harvard University faculty

  • Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • him and his wife, Alberta Karen Cattell, founded The Institute for Personality and Ability Testing (IPAT)

  • founded the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology

  • Cattell called for an international meeting to bring together and increase communication among researchers in the scientific study of personality

  • moved to Hawaii, because of his love for the ocean and sailing. part-time professor and advisor at the University of Hawaii

  • Raymond Cattell died

    Raymond Cattell died