User:Bernie Kaplan

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I DID MY UNDERGRADUATE WORK AT BROOKLYN COLLEGE, MY TENURE THERE BEING INTERRUPTED BY THREE YEARS IN THE ARMY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. I GRADUATED FROM BROOKLYN COLLEGE IN 1948, AND WAS GIVEN THE POSITION OF LECTURER IN PSYCHOLOGY FOR SIX MONTHS AT THAT INSTITUTION AFTER MY GRADUATION. IN 1948, I WENT FOR MY ADVANCED DEGREES TO CLARK UNIVERSITY IN WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTES. I RECEIVED MY M.A. IN 1950 AND MY PH.D. IN 1953. I WAS THEN APPOINTED TO THE FACULTY AT CLARK AND TAUGHT THERE FOR ABOUT FIFTY YEARS, INCLUDING SEVEN YEARS AFTER MY OFFICIAL RETIREMENT. CONCURRENTLY, I WAS ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN PHILOSOPHY, ENGLISH AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. DURING THAT PERIOD, I WAS VISITING PROFESSOR AMONG OTHER PLACES AT ANTIOCH COLLEGE, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO AND HARVARD UNIVERSITY. I RETIRED AS G. STANLEY HALL PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY AND UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF PSYCHOLOGY AND RELATED DISCIPLINES. IN 1963, I CO-AUTHORED SYMBOL FORMATION WITH MY TEACHER, AND LATER COLLEAGUE, HEINZ WERNER.