Harry K. Wolfe

Harry K. Wolfe was the Professor of Philosophy and Psychology from 1887. He graduated from Leipzig college after studying under Wilhelm Wundt, the father of psychology as we know it today. Wolfe set up the first Undergraduate Psychology laboratory in the country. While he did not expand upon his own potential as a great psychologist, he devoted his life to giving his students the best experience in psychology possible. Many of them continued on to become relatively important in  the study of Psychology, while three of them became presidents of the American Psychological Association.

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(Review of Harry Kirke Wolfe)