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Freud and Jung at Clark University, USA, 1909. Group portrait of attendees at the 20th anniversary psychology conference at Clark University, Massachusetts, USA, in September 1909. Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud, on his only visit to the USA, gave five lectures. Freud and Swiss psychologist Carl Jung (who also spoke) were then relatively unknown, but were awarded honorary degrees. Front row (left to right): Franz Boas, Edward Titchener, William James, William Stern, Leo Burgerstein, G. Stanley Hall (university president), Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Adolf Meyer, Herbert Jennings. The other recipients of honorary degrees were: Boas, Titchener, Stern, Burgerstein, Meyer and Jennings. Freud and Jung were key figures in the development of two major schools of psychology (Freudian and Jungian). Photographed on 10 September 1909. Full identification key available on request.
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