Geoff Bunn describes factors that contributed to the founding of the Society, and Elizabeth Valentine contributes a biography of the man who called the first meeting, James Sully.
ON 24 October 1901 a group of 10 people met at University College London and founded what became the British Psychological Society. But what made this event possible in the first place? A number of important historical factors can be identified.
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