Otto Klineberg

Otto Klineberg (2 November 1899, in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada – 6 March 1992, in Bethesda, Maryland) was a Canadian born psychologist. He held professorships in social psychology at Columbia University and the University of Paris. His pioneering work in the 1930s on the intelligence of white and black students in the United States and his evidence as an expert witness in Delaware were instrumental in winning the Supreme Court school segregation case ''Brown v. Board of Education'' in 1954. Through his work in UNESCO and elsewhere, he helped to promote psychology internationally. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1944
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1965
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1954
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1940
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1969
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1935
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1935
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1950
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1979
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1964
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    by Klineberg, Otto, 1899-1992
    Published 1940
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    Published 1979
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