Founding. The APA was founded in July 1892 at Clark University by a small
group of around 30 men; by 1916 there were over ...
The American Psychological Association was founded in 1892 with 31 members
and grew quickly after World War II. Today, APA is the largest scientific and ...
APA was founded in July 1892, at Clark University. Its first president was G.
Stanley Hall and it began with 31 members. After World War II, it expanded and
The APA was founded on July 8, 1892, by a small group of psychologists meeting
in Professor G. Stanley Hall's study at Clark University. The thirty-one charter ...
If such a tabloid history of the American Psychological Association were to be
written it would run something like this: Organized in 1892, Incorporated in 1925,
The American Psychological Association also established APA Style, a set of
rules designed to aid in the communication of information in the social sciences.
The APA's three divisions, the Central, Eastern, and Pacific, founded in 1900, ...
the APA grew via the merging of various regional philosophical associations, ...
The Society for the History of Psychology (SHP; APA Division 26). We are an
international organization of scholars, teachers, and members whose interests
Jul 10, 2012 ... Contemporary English textbooks present APA style as an established standard
on a par with the revered “MLA style” (Achtert & Gibaldi, 1985).
The American Psychological Association was founded in 1892 for the purpose of
elevating the psychological professions to a science by promoting research, ...