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Ladd-Franklin,

Christine, U.S. psychologist, 1847-1930.
Ladd-Franklin theory - a theory pertaining to color vision. Synonym(s): molecular dissociation theory
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2) Christine Ladd-Franklin to Professor Moore, December 8, 1918, Box 18, CLF & FF Papers.
7) Furumoto, "Collegial Exclusion," 109-129; Furumoto, "Joining Separate Spheres: Christine Ladd-Franklin, Woman Scientists (1847-1930), American Psychologist 47 (February 1992): 175-182; Andrea Walton, Chapter 4, in "Women at Columbia: A Study of Power and Empowerment in the Lives of Six Women," (Columbia University Ph.
10) Christine Ladd-Franklin diaries, July 27, 1861; November 29, 1861, Vassar Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries, Poughkeepsie, New York; hereafter CLF diaries.
See also Christine Ladd-Franklin, "Vassar College," Nation (1890) 50: 483-84.
40) Christine Ladd-Franklin, Nation 52 (February 19, 1891): 163.
45) See Christine Ladd-Franklin, "College Life for Women," Nation 49 (October 24, 1889): 327; "Coeducation," Nation (January 24, 1888): 293; M.
Christine Ladd-Franklin, paper presented to the ACA, 24 October 1890, Series 6, No.
56) Christine Ladd-Franklin, "Endowed Professorships for Women," Publications of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Series III, No.