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The British Journal of Psychology

The British Journal of Psychology is a long-running psychology journal. This entry covers the original run of the journal before it split.

Publication History

The British Journal of Psychology began in 1904. All content of this serial is in the public domain in the US. (More details) A monograph supplement series began in 1911. The British Journal of Psychology originally ran until 1920, and then split into a General Section and a Medical Section. Later on, after other sections had either ended or been retitled, the General section would be retitled The British Journal of Psychology again. That branch of the journal continues today.

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