George Kelly. Brendan Arnold Maher (31 October 1924 – 17 March 2009) was a psychology professor at Harvard University who pioneered the scientific study of psychology in the laboratory, and laid the groundwork for the study of psychology and its relationship to genetics. Maher was most interested in human psychopathology, especially schizophrenia. One of his major contributions was to introduce laboratory experimentation strategies to research of this mental illness.
May 11, 2009 · Brendan Maher, a Harvard psychology professor, took the study of mental illness out of the doctor's offices of the mid-20th century and into the lab, laying the groundwork for current genetic...
Oct 07, 2010 · Brendan returned to Harvard as professor of personality in the newly reconfigured Department of Psychology, served as Chair on two occasions, and as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences from 1989 to 1992. He retired in 2004 as the Edward C. Henderson Professor of the Psychology of Personality.
ⓘ Brendan Maher (psychologist) Brendan Arnold Maher was a psychology professor at Harvard University who pioneered the scientific study of psychology in the laboratory, and laid the groundwork for the study of psychology and its relationship to genetics. Maher was most interested in human psychopathology, especially schizophrenia.
Brendan Maher was a psychologist who spent much of the 1950s and 1960s working with patients in the prison system, so he had to have had a lot of experience with the Martha Mitchell Effect before...
Jan 25, 2019 · There are many. Leonard King, who was my history teacher in high school (at Maret School in Washington D.C.) And I had great professors in college. “Conceptions of Human Nature” was a class I took freshman year at Harvard, with Brendan Maher, and that’s how I became interested in psychology.
Brendan Maher in the US . We found 31 records in 20 states for Brendan Maher in the US. The top state of residence is New York, followed by California. The average Brendan Maher is around 51 years of age with around 56% falling in to the age group of 41-60.
Brendan's personal network of family, friends, associates & neighbors include Crystal Maher, Carol Maher, Noelle Maher, Kent Jones and Benoni Asamoah. Brendan's reported annual income is about $100 - 149,999; with a net worth that tops $100,000 - $249,999.
Brendan Maher Brendan officially joined Nature in April 2009 after freelancing for the magazine for two years editing features and commentaries. Before that, he was a senior editor for The Scientist .