Find recent updates about Mary Cover Jones biography, net worth, salary, age, height, relationship, career, family, lifestyle, and more.
Mary Cover Jones is best known as a Psychologist. She was born on September 1, 1896 in Johnstown, United States. Mary went to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie & then she went to Columbia to study Psychology. The study of Oakland growth is one of the most influential studies on Cover Jones. The Oakland growth thesis was the third in a series of Berkeley College longitudinal studies. The Berkeley Growth Study was the first study on the trio. Jones received the G. Stanley Hall Award from the APA in 1986. In 1960, she became the President of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Division of Developmental Psychology. She and Harold retired that same year, shortly after which he died of a heart attack.
|Died||22 July 1987|
|Birthday & Zodiac|
|Birth Date||September 1, 1896|
- “The mother of behavior therapy”
Mary Cover Jones Education
- Mary went to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie.
- She went to Columbia to study Psychology.
- Personality Development in Childhood
- A Survey of Problems
- Experimental Findings
- Jones received the G. Stanley Hall Award from the APA in 1986.
Mary Cover Jones Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Cover Jones was 91 years old. Her body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
|Height & Weight|
- Cover Jones became interested in his most famous study, the “Little Albert experiment”.
- In 1960, Jones became the President of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Division of Developmental Psychology.
Family & Relatives
Mary Cover Jones Net Worth
Cover Jones is known as a Psychologist. The main and primary source of her income comes from Psychology. Let’s check how rich Cover Jones in 1987?
|Net Worth (1987)||$1.5 Million|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Psychology(profession).|