Putting psychology in context
Margaret McAllister, President of the Society from 1996-1997,gave her Presidential Address at the Society ’s Annual Conference in April 1997.
THE effects of context on human behaviour have long been recognized. Psychology as a discipline operates in a wide variety of contexts and I propose to consider some of those contexts in this presentation, moving from the general to the particular.
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