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To mental contacts or mental interactions . . It is social only insofar as it arises out of the interplay of minds” (, p. ; italics in the original). What Ross called “uniformities” attributable to the “conditions of life”—features of the environment not subject to mental interplay between persons, such as the physical setting, visual cues, culture, or race—were explicitly excluded. Ross had been notably influenced by earlier sociologists such as Gustave Le Bon and Gabriel Tarde, who popularized concepts such as crowd psychology and the group mind, using suggestion and imitation as mechanisms.
Hollander envisioned slow growth “to perhaps ” members2 (Hollander, , p. ). European social psychology began to be rebuilt, with significant input from the American-sponsored Committee on Transnational Social Psychology, leading to the formation in of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, with Serge Moscovici as President. Journals also expanded, reflecting the need to disseminate the new research generated by the growing field. The renamed Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology split into two journals in .
Division (Social and Personality Psychology) of the American Psychological Association was formed in , with Gordon Allport as the first Chair. presents a list of the Presidents of Division and SPSP since then. The Society of Experimental Social Psychology was founded in , because, in the words of its first President, Edwin Hollander, Division had reached “intimidating dimensions” that made “personal contact and communication unwieldy” (, p. ). Hollander envisioned slow growth “to perhaps ” members2 (Hollander, , p.