From Prisoner to President

Sue Cavill talked to Saths Cooper, former President of the Psychological Society of South Africa, about changes in how psychologists are organising.
Dr Saths Cooper spent most of the 1970s in prison. In the 1990s, he has been President of the Psychological Society of South Africa, and holds many other influential positions in psychology and other fields, both in his country and internationally. The road he has travelled is a measure of the road travelled by all South Africans in recent decades, and particularly by the discipline of psychology.

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