The Alison Turtle Memorial Psychology Collection - Part A
Alison Turtle was a staff member of the Department of Psychology from 1968 until her retirement in 1999, and remained an active Honorary member of staff until her death in 2006. Alison had an abiding interest in the history of Psychology and played a crucial role in collecting and maintaining a collection of 19th and 20th century psychological artifacts - early experimental apparatus, demonstration materials and psychology-related cartoons - some of which are now on display in the School of Psychology and able to be viewed through the Psychology Museum link on our web page.
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