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2-6 Christine Ladd Franklin. Christine Ladd Franklin. Christine Ladd-Franklin was a Psychologist, a logician, a mathematician, physicist and astronomer She was born on December 1,1847in Windsor Connecticut.

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christine ladd franklin
Christine Ladd Franklin
  • Christine Ladd-Franklin was a Psychologist, a logician, a mathematician, physicist and astronomer
  • She was born on December 1,1847in Windsor Connecticut.
  • Christine is probably most known for her theory of color vision. And work with vision in general.
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Christine Ladd Franklin
  • Christine interest in this area began with a study of the horpoter in 1886.
  • She studied at John Hopkins University.
  • Christine Ladd published several papers in the American Journal of Mathematics, as well as books.
  • In 1929 she published Colour and Colour Theories, which featured articles and papers she had published throughout the past four decade.
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Christine Ladd Franklin
  • After completing the equivalent of her Ph.D., she requester a position lecturing at Johns Hopkins in 1893.When Ladd-Franklin was denied this position.
  • Finally in 1913 she stat lecturing at Clark University and Harvard University, and in 1914 at the University of Chicago.
  • Although she was only teaching one or two course, most of the these positions were a struggle to obtain and she often lectured without pay.
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Christine Ladd Franklin
  • Christine Ladd- Franklin’s remarkable achievements against the odds of her social position, opposition from universities and individual psychologists- have been remembered by historians of women psychologists. Too often however . Her deserved place in history of psychology textbooks, is forgotten.