As a child, Vygotsky read the Torah. Vygotsky completed his primary education at home with his mother and a private tutor, and then entered public school for his secondary education.
He was then later appointed the dean at the law school from Nevertheless, Cooley had a difficult childhood and was somewhat of a passive child, and this exacerbated his feelings of detachment towards his father. Due to this situation, he suffered for fifteen years from a variety of illnesses, some appearing to be psychosomatic.
He was shy and developed several insecurities due to his speech impediment, and lack of playmates. Cooley was a day dreamer and many of his "dreaming-life" had some form of influence to his sociological works. Cooley suffered from "observative elimination" which is an illness that affects the mental and physical health of individuals.
He began teaching economics and sociology at the University in the fall of Cooley went on to receive a PhD in His doctoral thesis was The Theory of Transportation in economics.
At this time he was interested in the subject matter of sociology, but due to the University of Michigan not having sociology as a department, he had to continue the examination of his PhD through Columbia University.
He did not know where he belonged in life and did not know what he wanted to do with his life.
He questioned if he wanted to study science, mathematics, social science, psychology or sociology. He shared his reflections of the works of Spencer inciting that while he brought many valuable viewpoints with the subject of Darwinian principles, he lacks sympathy and the appropriate usage of the sociological perspective.
He also had a very prominent role in the development of symbolic interactionism, in which he worked heavily with another fellow staff member from the University of Michigan, psychologist John Dewey.
A highly cultivated woman, Mrs. Cooley differed from her husband in that she was outgoing, energetic, and hence capable of ordering their common lives in such a manner that mundane cares were not to weigh very heavily on her husband.
The couple had three children, a boy and two girls, and lived quietly and fairly withdrawn in a house close to the campus.
The children served Cooley as a kind of domestic laboratory for his study of the genesis and growth of the self. He would observe imitation behavior in his three children and analyzed these behaviors by comparing their ages and reactions.
Even when he was not engaged in the observation of his own self but wished to observe others, he did not need to leave the domestic circle. He preferred an empirical, observational approach.
While he appreciated the use of statistics, he preferred case studies: He felt it was necessary in order to truly understand the activities taken from the actor, effectively separating Cooley from a majority of sociologists who preferred more traditional, scientific techniques.
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