Mark Philip Bryden: 1934-1996
Mark Philip Bryden, professor, editor and researcher, died of heart attack while he was at the International Congress of Psychology in Montreal in Aug. 1996. Bryden earned his S.B. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1956 and his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from McGill University in 1958 and 1961, respectively. He taught psychology at the University of Waterloo and served as an editor for many psychology journals. In recognition for his contributions to Canadian psychology, Bryden received the D.O. Hebb Award and fellowships from the Canada Council and the Royal Society of Canada.
Publication Name: Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology
Subject: Psychology and mental health
Gaining in maturity
Ivy Court Leisure targets the over-60s for membership of its health clubs around Scotland and northern England. Discount memberships are offered for off-peak hours, enabling 60 years olds to have 60% off the standard price. Photos of older users in casual clothes are used for marketing purposes, and staff are trained to advise on common problems such as osteoporosis and hypertension.
Publication Name: Leisure Management
Subject: Travel industry
Deposit scheme left customers to sink
Issues are presented concerning the abandonment of customers who had paid a deposit on a new kitchen by a trade body, the Kitchen Specialists Association, managing a deposit protection scheme following the collapse of County Kitchens.
Publication Name: Which?
Subject: Consumer news and advice
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