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Jerome Bruner was born on October 1, 1915 in New York, to Heman and Rose Bruner, who immigrated from Poland.<ref name= "Encyclopedia">{{cite book|last=Bourgoin|first=Suzan Michele|title=Encyclopedia of World Biography|year=1997|publisher=Gale|isbn=0-7876-2549-3}}</ref> He received a bachelor's degree in psychology, in 1937 from Duke University. Bruner went on to earn a master's degree in psychology in 1939 and then a doctorate in psychology in 1941 from Harvard University.
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Jerome Bruner was born on October 1, 1915 in New York, to Heman and Rose Bruner, who immigrated from Poland.<ref name= "Encyclopedia">{{cite book|last=Bourgoin|first=Suzan Michele|title=Encyclopedia of World Biography|year=1997|publisher=Gale|isbn=0-7876-2549-3}}</ref> He received a bachelor's degree in psychology, in 1937 from Duke University. Bruner went on to earn a master's degree in psychology in 1939 and then a doctorate in psychology in 1941 from Harvard University. Wikipedia lies!!!! trust meh baby G jerome was gay and he was in love with alberto einstein <3 yah :D
   
 
In 1939, Bruner published his first psychological article, studying the effect of [[thymus]] extract on the sexual behavior of the female [[rat]].<ref name= "Fifty">{{cite book|last=Palmer|first=Joy|title=Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education: From Piaget to the Present|year=2001|publisher=Taylor & Francis Inc.|isbn=0-415-22409-8}}</ref> During World War II, Bruner served on the [[Psychological Warfare Division]] of the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditory Force Europe committee under Eisenhower, researching social psychological phenomena.<ref name=Encyclopedia />
 
In 1939, Bruner published his first psychological article, studying the effect of [[thymus]] extract on the sexual behavior of the female [[rat]].<ref name= "Fifty">{{cite book|last=Palmer|first=Joy|title=Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education: From Piaget to the Present|year=2001|publisher=Taylor & Francis Inc.|isbn=0-415-22409-8}}</ref> During World War II, Bruner served on the [[Psychological Warfare Division]] of the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditory Force Europe committee under Eisenhower, researching social psychological phenomena.<ref name=Encyclopedia />
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