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Robert Brodie Macleod

Robert Brodie Macleod, Canadian educator. Served with O.S.S., E.T.O., 1944-1945.; Fellow Belgain American Educational Foundation, 1939, Guggenheim fellow, 1942.; Member American, Canada and Eastern psychological associations, American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Council Religion in Higher Education, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi.

Background

  • Macleod, Robert Brodie was born on January 31, 1907 in Martintown, Ontario, Canada. Son of John B. and Helena Margaret (Brodie) Macleod.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, 1926, Master of Arts, 1927, Doctor of Philosophy., 1932.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1930. Lecturer in psychology, McGill University, 1927-1928, department chairman psychology, 1946-1948. Department chairman psychology and education, Swarthmore College, 1933-1946.

      Instructor psychology, Cornell, 1930-1933, Susan Linn Sage professor psychology, from 1948, department chairman psychology, 1948-1953, 65-66. Visiting professor psychology, U. Michigan, 1953, 64-65. Director survey of College, U. Pennsylvania, 1957.

    Works

    • Author Ithaca New York.

    Membership

    Served with O.S.S., E.T.O., 1944-1945. Fellow Belgain American Educational Foundation, 1939, Guggenheim fellow, 1942. Member American, Canada and Eastern psychological associations, American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Council Religion in Higher Education, American Association University Professors, Sigma Xi.

    Connections

    • Married Beatrice Fullerton Beach, October 17, 1936. Children: Ian Fullerton, Alison Stuart.
    • father: John B. Macleod
    • mother: Helena Margaret (Brodie) Macleod
    • spouse: Beatrice Fullerton Beach
    • children: Ian Fullerton Macleod
    • Alison Stuart Macleod
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    Born January 31, 1907
    Died June 19, 1972
    (aged 65)
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