The future belongs to psychology

Tommy MacKay gave his Presidential Address at April’s Centenary Conference in Glasgow.
IF you are giving a Presidential Address at the largest gathering of psychologists ever to be held in Britain, and it is to be published to the 34,000 members of the Society in addition to being a public lecture, then you are surely obliged to ask the question ‘What is the most important thing I can say about psychology today?’ It is with this obligation in mind that I have chosen my title.

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