Ladd-Franklin, Christine

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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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Proud of her daughter's triumph (the type of satisfying work on behalf of womanhood to which young Christine Ladd had herself aspired), Ladd-Franklin's mind turned toward correcting an old injustice.
"Labor is Heaven's choicest gift," Christine Ladd had asserted in her girlhood diary.
(73) For Ladd-Franklin's sense of "Anglo-Saxon morality"; see Christine Ladd Franklin, "Dangers of Paris for the American Student," Nation 71 (1900): 149.