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As Robert Schmidlap studies for his psychology exam, he realizes that many of the people he is studying are German men or white men from the United States. Still, he notices that his textbook author(s) make an attempt to include notable minorities.

Which choice has the correct pairing of psychology and his or her contribution?


Edward Chace Tolman, who studied children and believed adolescence was a time of "storm and stress."


Granville Stanley Hall, who explored the concept of latent learning.


Francis Cecil Sumner, who believed that education in the United States did not need to be "Eurocentric."


Edward Lee Thorndike, who pioneered mental testing and advanced psychology as a science and not a philosophy.


James McKeen Cattell, who came up with the "Law of Effect."

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