WALTER SAMUEL HUNTER: psychologist; b. Decatur, Ill. Mar. 22, 1889; s. of George and Ida (Weakeley) Hunter; student Polytechnic Coll., Ft. Worth, Tex., 1905-08; A.B., U. of Tex., 1910; Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1912; married; children: Thayer, Helen. Instr. Philosophy, 1912-14, adj. professor of Psychology, 1914-16, U. of Tex.; professor of Psychology, U. of Kansas, 1916-25; G. Stanley Hall prof. Genetic Psychology, Clark U., since 1925. Visiting prof. summers, Tulane U., 1915, State U. of Ia., 1920. U. of Chicago, 1923. Served as 1st Lieut., later Capt., Sanitary Corps, Psychology Div., U.S.A., Sept. 8, 1917-Dec. 16, 1918. Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Amer. Psychol. Assn. (council, 1921-23). Author: “Studies in Animal Behavior,” “Space Perception,” “Social and Theoretical Psychology,” “General Psychology,” 1919-23. Asso. editor “Psychol. Bull.,” 1916-24, Jour. “Animal Behavior,” 1914-20, Jour. “Comparative Psychology,” 1921-; editor “Comparative Psychol. Monographs,” 1922-; “Psychol. Monographs,” 1922-; “Psychol Index,” 1925-. Home: Worcester, Mass.

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