Hudson Hoagland

Hudson Hoagland

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: Psychology

Competition: US & Canada

Clark University

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

HOAGLAND, HUDSON.  Appointed for a study of the physiology of psychotic patients, to test certain hypotheses as to the nature of psychosis; tenure, twelve months from April 15, 1944.

Born December 5, 1899, Rockaway, New Jersey.  Education:  Columbia University, A.B., 1921; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.A., 1924; Harvard University, Ph.D., 1927; Cambridge University, 1930–31 (Parker Travelling Fellow of Harvard University). National Research Council Fellow at Harvard University, 1927–28.

Instructor and Tutor in Physiology, 1928–30, Research Associate in Physiology and Tutor in Biochemical Sciences, 1940–41, Harvard University; Special lecturer, 1930–31, Cambridge University; Professor of General Physiology and Director of the Biological Laboratories, 1931—, Clark University; Physiologist, 1935—, Worcester State Hospital; Executive Director, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, 1944—.

Publications:  Articles in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of General Physiology, Journal of General Psychology, Journal of Physiology, American Journal of Physiology, Philosophy of Science, Science, Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, Endocrinology, Psychological Record, American Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Medical Record, Journal of Neurophysiology, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, American Scholar, Scientific Monthly, Journal of Aviation Medicine. Contributor to A Handbook of General Experimental Psychology, 1934; Experimental Biology Monographs, 1935; Conference of Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1942; Colloid Chemistry, 1944.



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