G. Stanley Hall

Famous Psychologist

Date of Birth and Death

Born: February 1, 1884 in, Ashfield Massachusetts

Death: April 24, 1924 in, Worster Massachusetts

Background of his Life

Granville Stanley Hall attended, Williams College and Harvard University. Hall became the first president of the American Psychological Association, and the first president of Clark University. Hall was also one of the first to be in the field of an Anomalistic Psychology. After all of Hall's many accomplishments, he also wrote books.

"A tight man with a dollar"

Worcester Home

When Granville was the president of Clark University, he let Sigmund Freud stay in one of the campus buildings called, the Worcester Home.