Time Line of Munsterberg's Life
Time line taken from http://www.muskingum.edu/~psyhcology/psycweb/history/munsterb.htm
1863 Born in Danzig Germany, June 1.
1882 First semester at the University of Geneva
Started at the University of Leipzig in September
1883 Attended first lectures of Wilhelm Wundt
1884 Passed preliminary exam
1885 Earned Ph.D. in psychology. Dissertation on Doctrine of Natural Adaptation
1887 Earned medical degree, became Privatdocent at Freiburg
Married August 7 to Selma Oppler
1888 Published Die Willenshandlung
1889 Published Beitrage Zur Experimentellen Psychologie
Attended first international congress of psychology at Paris
1891 Promoted to assistant professorship
1892 Invited to Harvard for three year term as chair of psychology lab
1895 Returned to Freiburg1897 Returned to Harvard in response to urgent invitations
1898 Elected president of American Psychology Association (APA)
1900 Published Grundzuge Der Psychologie
1901 Published " American Traits From The Point Of View Of A German"
1903 Dream of lab especially equipped for experimental psychology on May 25
Editor of four volumes of the Harvard Psychological Studies (1903-1915)
1905 Published "The Principles of Art Education"
1908 Published "On The Witness Stand "
1909 Published "The Eternal Values"
Published "Psychology and The Teacher "
1910 Appointed exchange professor from Harvard to University of Berlin
Creation of the American Institute in Berlin
1912 Attended meeting of German Experimental psychologists
1913 Published "Psychology and Industrial Efficiency"
1914 Published "Psychology and Social Sanity"
Published Grundzuge Der Psychotechniic
Published first and only textbook, "Psychology, General and Applied"
1916 Published "Tomorrow"
Died December 16, 1916