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From: "Psychology of the Paranormal Email Network" ...@gold.ac.uk>
Subject: Note Date Change for Prof Elizabeth Valentine's BPS talk
Date: March 2nd 2012

Hi All,

The date for Prof Valentine's forthcoming talk has been changed from 21 March to 26 March. So the correct details are:

BPS History of the Psychological Disciplines Seminar @ UCL 6 pm, 26 March Professor Elizabeth Valentine (Royal Holloway), “Spooks and Spoofs: Relations Between Psychical Research and Academic Psychology in Britain in the Inter-war Period” For more details and abstract, go to www.bps.org.uk/hopcseminars.

Best wishes,
Chris

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