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He gathered material on aptitude testing while teaching a course on the topic at the University of Wisconsin, and he published Aptitude Testing in 1928. in 1918 from the University of Wisconsin, where he also taught from 1916 to 1929.
Hull’s career can be divided into three separate parts.
His first major concern was with the testing of aptitudes.
Hull’s second major concern was hypnosis, and after a long study of the hypnotic process, he wrote Hypnosis and Suggestibility (1933b). In 1929, he moved to Yale, where he stayed until his death.
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His third concern, and the work for which he is most famous, was the study of the learning process.