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Psych museum opens doors in Akron
Gadgets, research and letters from Houdini
by WKSU's TIM RUDELL
and CHRISTOPHER WALLIS


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In The Region:
The national Center for the History of Psychology is in Akron. Who knew? Not that many people. That's one reason why the Smithsonian-affiliated archive and museum is moving into a big new home. WKSU's Tim Rudell reports.
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I am wondering if I could schedule a tour of the Center for the History of Psychology on a Thursday, from noon-1 PM for a group of ~10-15 students in October or November. Please call me at 330.972.8430 on Tuesday-Thursday. Thank you.


Posted by: Kay Metzler (Honors College) on September 14, 2013 5:09AM
Excellent story and overview of the museum. Can't wait to visit and bring friends!


Posted by: Lon Herman (Northeast Ohio) on August 31, 2010 9:08AM
What is the address of the center. Mow might I apply for a job (I'm a retired teacher).


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