The Hungarian Psychological Association had its biannual research conference in Debrecen in May 2004. The conference provided an occasion to commemorate at a convenient place and time the legacy of the work of Professor László Kelemen. Thirty years ago, in 1974 Kelemen initiated and organized in Debrecen, at Kossuth Lajos University as it was called then the first Hungarian graduate program outside Budapest. Another opportunity for the commemoration was the fact that Professor Kelemen died 20 years ago. The commemorative talk concentrated on two aspects of the work of Kelemen. It provided a general survey concentrating on the years in Debrecen, and presented the trend setting work of this famous Hungarian educational psychologist in establishing the frames of the PhD program at Kossuth Lajos University.
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