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The Yale Institute of Human Relations was an influential centre for the study of social psychology. Founded in it was originally funded by Rockefeller Foundation. The institute was designed to integrate psychology, psychoanalysis and the social sciences..[1]

People who worked there included:

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  1. Mowrer, O. Hobart (1974). Gardner Lindsey A History of Psychology in Autobiography Volume 6.


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