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The first psychology classes are in the 1888 catalog and were offered to juniors and seniors. The prior catalog, 1874, listed no such class.  
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The '''Department of Psychology''' at the [[College of William and Mary]] traces its roots to the 19th century. The first psychology classes are in the 1888 catalog and were offered to juniors and seniors. The prior catalog, 1874, listed no such class.  
  
 
According to the 1942-1943 College Catalog philosophy and psychology were one department under Professor James Wilkinson Miller. The next catalog in the University Archives is for 1944-1945 when psychology and philosophy are separate departments. Professor Miller is still the head of philosophy, while Professor Edgar Maria Foltin was the head of psychology.  
 
According to the 1942-1943 College Catalog philosophy and psychology were one department under Professor James Wilkinson Miller. The next catalog in the University Archives is for 1944-1945 when psychology and philosophy are separate departments. Professor Miller is still the head of philosophy, while Professor Edgar Maria Foltin was the head of psychology.  
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Revision as of 10:15, 16 February 2009

The Department of Psychology at the College of William and Mary traces its roots to the 19th century. The first psychology classes are in the 1888 catalog and were offered to juniors and seniors. The prior catalog, 1874, listed no such class.

According to the 1942-1943 College Catalog philosophy and psychology were one department under Professor James Wilkinson Miller. The next catalog in the University Archives is for 1944-1945 when psychology and philosophy are separate departments. Professor Miller is still the head of philosophy, while Professor Edgar Maria Foltin was the head of psychology.

Information about the current department is available at [1].

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  • Catalogs