The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Riley, (Isaac) Woodbridge
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RILEY, (Isaac) Woodbridge, American scholar: b. New York, 20 May 1869. He was graduated at Yale in 1892, and took the degrees of A.M. and Ph.D. there in 1898 and 1902 respectively. He was Johnston research scholar at Johns Hopkins University in 1904-07, and in 1908 became professor of philosophy at Vassar College. Since 1903 he has been associate editor of the Psychological Bulletin, Author of ‘The Founder of Mormonism’ (1892); ‘American Philosophy’ (1907); ‘American Thought’ (1915).