BPS honours David Lane with award for outstanding contributions

By Liz Hall The British Psychological Society (BPS) has honoured David Lane and Graham Turpin with a joint award for their outstanding contributions to professional psychology. Lane was jointly given the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology 2009 in recognition of his commitment to the professional development of psychologists and workers in many other sectors. In the 1970s, the professor pioneered the development of school-focused support services for children, work which has been widely applied in schools to manage behavioural difficulties and support the inclusion of children in classrooms. In 1975, he set up what later became the Professional […]

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