Bartlett, Sir Frederic Charles, 1886-1969 (Knight and psychologist)
- Existence: 1886 - 1969
Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett (1886-1969); B.A., 1st class, in Philosophy, University of London, 1909; M.A., London, 1911, special distinction in Sociology and Ethics. Bartlett attended St. John's College, Cambridge, 1911-1914, obtaining a 1st Class in the Moral Sciences Tripos, and became Assistant Director of the Psychological Laboratory, Cambridge. He was made Reader in Experimental Psychology at Cambridge, 1922, and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, 1922-1952 and of the MRC Applied Pyschology Unit from 1945-1951 . He was Editor of the British Journal of Psychology, 1924-1948, and First Professor of Experimental Psychology at Cambridge, 1931-1952. In 1932 Bartlett was elected to the Royal Society. He was made C.B.E. in 1941, and received the Baly Medal and the Huxley Medal in 1943. He was knighted in 1948.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from Professor Bartlett to the Vice-Chancellor and the Council of the Senate, 22nd February 1937, 19370222
This letter discusses proposals for extending the Department and allocating research grants with support from Rockefeller. Detailed funding plans are explored.
Directors’ Office papers and correspondence , 1943-2009
Growth of the Psychology Department, 1925 - 1939
Letter to F. Bartlett from Charles Fox about more recognition for Educational Psychology as an academic subject, 19260601
Fox asserts that the question of establishing a lectureship in Educational Psychology should be taken further. He says that a formal protest should be made to the Appointments Committee about the fact that a lectureship in Educational Psychology has not yet been set up.
Notice of a meeting of the Philosophical Society, 19390502
Papers of Frederick Bartlett (Director, 1945-51), 1943 - 1944
Comprises classified reports produced by Bartlett during the Second World War: ‘The role of the operator in tracking targets’, May 1944; ‘Instrument controls and display’, Dec. 1943; ‘The tasks of the operator in machine work’, Dec. 1943. All reports are stamped ‘Servo Library’.
Remembering Dr Myers
Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett: Notebooks and Papers
'The Minute Book of the Board of Psychological Studies', 19201025 - 19261018
The papers of J T MacCurdy
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