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Eysenck Book Party.JPG

TitleEysenck Book Party 1958 - Photographs
SiteMaudsley Hospital
Physical DescriptionThe photograph appears to be out of focus
DescriptionGroup b/w print taken at a party held in the Maudsley on the occasion of the completion of the manuscript chapters of Hans Eysenck's ' Handbook of Abnormal Psychology'.

The authors present for the occasion were:

J.C. Brengelmann Ch.3 Expressive Movements and Abnormal Behaviour
Irene Martin Ch.11 Somatic Reactivity
H.J.Eysenck Editor
Ch.1 Classification and the Problem of Diagnosis
Ch.17 The Effects of Drugs on Behaviour (co-author D.Trouton)
Ch.18 The Effects of Psychotherapy
H.Gwynne-Jones Ch.13 Learning and Abnormal Behaviour
Russell Willett Ch.15 The Effects of Psychosurgical Procedures on Behaviour
W.D.Furneaux Ch.5 Intellectual Abilities and Problem Solving Behaviour
James Inglis Ch.7 Abnormalities of Motivation and 'Ego-functions'
R.W.Payne Ch.6 Cognitive Abnormalities
Victor Meyer Ch.14 Psychological Effects of Brain Damage
Neil O'Connor Ch.10 Childhood Upbringing and other Environmental Factors (co-author C.M.Franks)

Photographer: Unknown
Dimensions7 x 3.5 inches
MaterialB/W Print (positive)
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Letter of donation from James Inglis (Canada) dated: 15 minutesarch 1995
Related MaterialAUD/001/34 O'Connor, Neil - Recording
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RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.

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BPS/GB/213Eysenck; Michael William (1944-); Professor; MBPsS1944-
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