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Peter Venables

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Peter Venables (3 April 1923 – 26 April 2017) was a British psychologist known for his contributions to the fields of schizophrenia and psychophysiology, including linking childhood malnutrition to later schizotypal personality. He also founded and served as the head of the department of Psychology at the University of York. Career Venables was the founder and former head of the department of Psychology at the University of York. He retired in 1988 to become Emeritus Professor at the University of York, where he continued to research. He was also a former President of the British Psychological Society (1979–1980), the Society for Psychophysiological Research (U.S., 1977–1978), and the Experimental Psychology Society (UK, 1968–1970). Venables published over 260 journal articles, book chapters, and books. Three of his articles have been recognized as citation classics. His contributions in the fields of schizophrenia and psychophysiology
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