Bluma Zeigarnik, Soviet psychologist

Bluma Zeigarnik, Soviet psychologist

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Caption: Bluma Wolfovna Zeigarnik (1901-1988), Lithuanian-born Soviet psychiatrist and psychologist. She is best known for the Zeigarnik Effect - the proposition that people remember interrupted or incomplete tasks better than those tasks that have been completed. Zeiarnik was also instrumental in establishing psychopathology as a discipline in the post-War Soviet academic world. Photographed in 1974.

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