1886 – Born on October 20th in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, England. British psychologist best known for his studies of memory.
1922 – He became director of the Cambridge Psychological Laboratory.
1931 – He was appointed the university’s first professor of experimental psychology.
1932 – Bartlett was elected to the Royal Society.
– He wrote, Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology.
1948 – He was knighted.
1958 – His book, Thinking: An Experimental and Social Study, broke no new theoretical ground but added observations on the social character of human thinking.
1952 – He retired from being a professor of experimental psychology.
1969 – Died on September 30th in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.