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The Alberta Hospital Ponoka is the backdrop of the author's formative years, and a catalyst for a forty-seven-year career as a professional and academic psychologist. Jack Martin began as an educational and counselling psychologist, and he spent many years as a researcher of counselling and psychotherapy. By mid-career, he became devoted to the history and theory of psychology. At the end of 2018, he retired from his position as Burnaby Mountain Chair of Psychology at Simon Fraser University. He is a Fellow of the Canadian and American Psychological Associations, former President of the Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology (STPP), lead editor of the Wiley Handbook of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, and recipient of the STPP's Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. Much of his later career work focused on the psychology of personhood and the psycho-biographical study of individual lives. Martin is also the award-winning author, co-author, or co-editor of seventeen books about applied psychology, and the theory and history of psychology. Martin and his wife, Wyn, live in Tsawwassen, British Columbia....

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