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Dartmouth College. Psychology and Brain Sciences



Formal instruction in psychology began at Dartmouth in 1882-83, the academic year when juniors and seniors were first allowed to choose elective courses during their final two years. Under the Philosophy offerings was a course in psychology. Courses in psychology continued to be listed within the Department of Philosophy until 1910, when it became its own department. In 1966, the Department presented a proposal for a program leading to a Ph.D, it's courses and requirements first appearing in the catalog in 1968. In 1999, the department name changed to the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.

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Dartmouth College, Psychology and Brain Sciences records May Be Restricted

Identifier: DA-687
Date(s): 1930 to 1995
Scope and Contents

The collection contains senior theses submitted to the Department of Psychology, as well as graduate student records of the department.

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