Experimental Psychology Society

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The Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) is an academic society which facilitates research into experimental psychology and communication between experimental psychologists.[1] It is based in the United Kingdom.

The society was originally formed as the "Experimental Psychology Group" by Oliver L. Zangwill in 1946. The first meeting was held in the rooms of Professor Frederic Bartlett, in St. John's College, Cambridge. EPS in co-operation with The British Psychological Society published guidelines for members engaged psychological activities involving living animals.[2] The Group became the EPS in 1958, the transition being handled by the then president, W. E. Hick.

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  1. ^ "Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology". Journal web page. Taylor and Francis. Retrieved 11 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Guidelines for Psychologists Working with Animals". BPS website. The British Psychological Society. 2012. Retrieved 11 February 2014. 

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