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Nature volume 140, page 705 (23 October 1937) | Download Citation



THE appearance of a further volume of semi-popular papers on psychological subjects by Dr. C. S. Myers, just before the recent meeting of the British Association, was an inevitable reminder of the part he has played in securing the recognition of psychology as one of the sciences. As far back as 1913, it was so recognized by the British Association to the extent of its being made a sub-section under physiology. Not until 1920 was it accorded the rank of a section, and from 1922 to 1931 Dr. Myers was president of that Section.

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