Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett (1886-1969); B.A., 1st class, in Philosophy, University of London, 1909; M.A., London, 1911, special distinction in Sociology and Ethics. Bartlett attended St. John's College, Cambridge, 1911-1914, obtaining a 1st Class in the Moral Sciences Tripos, and became Assistant Director of the Psychological Laboratory, Cambridge. He was made Reader in Experimental Psychology at Cambridge, 1922, and Director of the Psychological Laboratory, 1922-1952. He was Editor of the British Journal of Psychology, 1924-1948, and First Professor of Experimental Psychology at Cambridge, 1931-1952. In 1932 Bartlett was elected to the Royal Society. He was made C.B.E. in 1941, and received the Baly Medal and the Huxley Medal in 1943. He was knighted in 1948.
From the guide to the Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett: Notebooks and Papers, 20th century, (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives)