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During the 20th. At the 21st. He was a leading figure in research and innovation, a charismatic mentor — overall one of those who have made a significant impact in the field and whose legacy will be carried through via many people he worked with and taught to. He became interested in the field of language and social psychology very early in his career. The relation of language and thought, the role of language in psychology and the phenomenological tradition have been major themes throughout his highly productive professional life.
He followed his judgement and did everything with his own meticulous profoundness. There he had the opportunity to enrol in distance studies with the University of Saskatchewan. He chose psychology. Carl finished his psychology studies and his dissertation at the University of Cologne. In , he became full professor at the University of Heidelberg where he developed and expanded the department of psychology.
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He established psychology at a high academic level with an excellent reputation at the University of Heidelberg. In , he received the life award for his scientific work, a testimony to the continued impact his work has had over the last 50 years. Further information can be found in the IAPS bulletin Ken was a classic ecological psychologist in the sense that he emphasized the necessity of understanding persons by studying them within the ordinary contextual influences of their everyday lives.
He brought this perspective to wide variety of substantive topics ranging from personality assessment, perception of time, and political psychology, to the psychology of humor and reputation.
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