Henri Wallon (psychologist)  

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Henri Paul Hyacinthe Wallon (15 June 1879 in Paris – 1 December 1962 in Paris) was a French philosopher, psychologist (in the field of social psychology), neuropsychiatrist, teacher, and politician. He was the grandson of Henri-Alexandre Wallon (whose decisive contribution to the creation of the Third Republic led him to be called the "Father of the Republic").

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