Some notable events from this week in psychology:
April 14 - On this day in 1886, Edward C. Tolman was born. A student of Hugo Munsterberg, Tolman is known today as a cognitive behaviorist. He is best-known for his theory of "purposive behaviorism," which combined elements of cognitive psychology with behavioral theories of learning.
April 14 - On this day in 1952, Romania issued a stamp honoring physiologist Ivan Pavlov.
April 15 - On this day in 1880, Max Wertheimer was born. Wertheimer was one of the founders of Gesalt psychology and introduced the Gestalt laws of perceptual organization.