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The APA was founded in July 1892 at Clark University by a small group of around 30 men; by 1916 there were over 300 members.

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At a meeting in 1844 in Philadelphia, thirteen superintendents and organizers of insane asylums and hospitals formed the Association of ...

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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 ...

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In honor of the 125th anniversary of APA's founding, APA is hosting a series of talks throughout the year focusing on how psychology has helped us understand  ...

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The American Psychological Association is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States with more than 115700 ...

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The American Psychological Association was founded in 1892 with 31 members and grew quickly after World War II.Today, APA has more than 115,700 ...

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American Psychological Association (APA): APA professional organization of psychologists in the United States founded in 1892. It is the largest organization of ...

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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 ...

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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,  ...