The very first meeting of the EPS was held in 1946, St John’s College, Cambridge. It was convened by Oliver Zangwill with the aim of providing a new body for people specifically engaged in experimental psychology.
The material described in the pages below was originally written for “The Experimental Psychology Society: 1946 – 1996”, edited by J. D. Mollon and published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary meeting, Cambridge, 1996.
- History of the EPS: Beginnings
- History of the EPS: Meetings
- History of the EPS: Overseas Contacts
- History of the EPS: Publications
- History of the EPS: Membership
- Reflections on the Early Days: Past Perceptions
- Reflections on the Early Days: The EPS and the EPG
- Reflections on the Early Days: ‘….such a light blue tinge’
- Oral History
- List of EPS Officers and Committee Members
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