G. Stanley Hall
- G. Stanley Hall was born on February 1, 1844, in Ashfield, Massachusetts.
- He attended Harvard University.
- Was the first American to receive a Ph.D. in psychology.
- He taught at John Hopkins University and helped found Clark University in 1888.
- His interests focused on childhood development and evolutionary theory.
- He believed pre-adolescents shouldnt be forced on a child, and that they should live in the simian which is were they "release there animal spirt".
- He died April 24, 1924
- Created many journals.
- Teached english and philosophy.