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1882  Jean-Martin Charcot presented "On the Various Nervous States Determined by Hypnotization in Hysterics to the French Academy of Sciences" in Paris. Charcot's paper was the first that the academy consented to hear on any form of hypnotism. The event marked further study of hypnotism with a stamp of scientific legitimacy. 
1925  Ravenna Helson was born. Helson's work has centered on the development of adult creativity. Her longitudinal studies have dealt with the nature of cultural patterns of personal and career expectations, personality stability, and the realization of creative potential in women. 
1944  Stanley Sue was born. Sue's specialties have been research and training in community psychology. He has explored social issues that affect Asian Americans and the delivery of psychological services to that population. Sue was a founder of the Asian American Psychology Association (1972). APA Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology in the Public Interest, 1986. 
1956  The journal Behavioral Science was first published by the Mental Health Research Institute of the University of Michigan. 
1968  The National Medal of Science was presented by President Johnson to Harry Harlow. The date of announcement of the award was December 31, 1967. 
1969  Jacob Cohen's article "Multiple Regression as a General Data-Analytic System" was published in Psychological Bulletin. By 1982, this article had been cited in over 480 other publications and was chosen as a citation classic by the journal Current Contents
1989  The Wyoming Psychological Association was incorporated. 

 

 

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