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Arthur Rex Knight

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Arthur Rex Knight, (1903 – 1963) was a British psychologist. In 1929 he succeeded James L McIntyre as Anderson Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Aberdeen. On the establishment of a Chair in the subject, in 1947, Knight became the first Anderson Professor of Psychology. Knight married fellow psychologist Margaret Horsey in 1936, and the couple collaborated in writing A Modern Introduction to Psychology, which was first published in 1948 and passed through many editions.

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