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Stephen Maxwell Corey

university professor

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