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Stephen Maxwell Corey

Stephen Maxwell Corey, university professor. Fellow University Illinois, 1926-1928; Fellow American Psychological Association; member National Society Study Education (chairman 1949-1957, yearbook committee; Club: Men’s Faculty.; member of the board editors Journal Ednl. Psychology, 1952-1957, School Review, 1940-1949, Contributing editor Journal Experimental Education, 1936-1954.

Background

  • Corey, Stephen Maxwell was born on July 21, 1904 in Rochester, New New York. Son of Stephen Jared and Edith (Webster) Corey.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Eureka (Illinois) College, 1926, Doctor of Laws (honorary), 1960. Master of Arts, University of Illinois, 1927, Doctor of Philosophy., 1930. Student University of Chicago, 1935.

    Career

    • Deceased 1952); 1 son, John Douglas. Married second, Elinor Karp Levie, 1953. Step-children—Barbara, Tim, James.

    Works

    • Author: (with others) Schools for a New World, 1947. Audio-visual Instructional Materials, 1949. Action Research and Education, 1953.

      Instructional Leadership, 1954.

    Membership

    Fellow University Illinois, 1926-1928. Fellow American Psychological Association. Member National Society Study Education (chairman 1949-1957, yearbook committee.

    Club: Men’s Faculty. Member of the board editors Journal Ednl. Psychology, 1952-1957, School Review, 1940-1949, Contributing editor Journal Experimental Education, 1936-1954.

    Connections

    • Married Martha Robb, 1929.; married second, Elinor Karp Levie, 1953.
    • father: Stephen Jared Corey
    • mother: Edith (Webster) Corey
    • spouses: Martha Robb
    • Elinor Karp Levie
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    Born July 21, 1904
    Died 1984
    (aged 79)