FAMED GERMAN PSYCHOLOGIST WILL BE UNIVERSITY GUEST

Professor Wolfgang Koehler, director of the Psychological Institute of the University of Berlin, who spent seven years on the island of Teneriffe to study the psychology of the anthropoid apes of the island, is visiting the University this weekend as the guest of the Department of Psychology.

Professor Koehler is now serving as a visiting professor of psychology at Clark University for one year. Besides his work among the apes, the professor has done remarkable work in the new school of "Gestalt Psychology" which originated in Germany and has now drawn the attention of psychologists all over the world.