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Centre for Family Research Historical Conversations and Documents

In this section of the Centre for Family Research archive there are transcripts of conversations with people who have worked in the Centre in the past, as well as other documents detailing the Centre's history.

The Centre began its life in 1966 as the Unit for Research on Medical Applications of Psychology under the directorship of Martin Richards. It was then the Child Care and Development Group before becoming the Centre for Family Research in 1992. Following Martin Richards’ retirement, Susan Golombok became Director of the Centre in 2006.

Joanna Ryan in conversation with Martin Richards, 11 December 2015. Early years at the Unit for Research on Medical Applications of Psychology, 1967-1974. Please click here for PDF of Joanna Ryan conversation.

40 Years of Family Research. Conference 29th March 2006. Marking the retirement of Prof Martin Richards, Director of the Centre for Family Research. Please click here for a PDF.

Ph.D. Students in the Centre for Family Research and its Forerunners. 1968 - 2016. Please click here for a PDF.