By Emily Vinson Psychology 231, a half-hour for-credit course, aired Monday through Friday for twelve weeks, reaching half of the area’s television owners– an estimated 20,000 viewers. The program proved so popular that viewers called Evans at home “day and night” to discuss the themes presented during the telecourse. Over the past two years, as […]
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The Rise and Fall of Medical Psychology at M.D. Anderson, 1951-1958
By Houston History Magazine on October 14, 2010 in Health and Medicine
To read the full text of this article by James S. Olsen that appeared in the Fall 2004 issue of Houston History, download the pdf version.