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History of Psychology

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Article James Schlett (2022)
When Rollo May’s “little band” of New York psychologists fought back against organized medicine’s attempts to control psychotherapy. History of Psychology (pp. 3-33). (/isis/citation/CBB438968805/) unapi

Article Silvia Lévy; Miguel Huertas-Maestro; Rafael Huertas (2022)
The reception of psychodrama in Spain: Correspondence between Jacob Levy Moreno and Ramón Sarró. History of Psychology (pp. 56-67). (/isis/citation/CBB764974543/) unapi

Article Donna Tafreshi (2022)
Adolphe Quetelet and the legacy of the “average man” in psychology. History of Psychology (pp. 34-55). (/isis/citation/CBB333634470/) unapi

Article Csaba Pléh (2022)
Two versions of Marxist concrete psychology: Politzer and Mérei compared. History of Psychology (pp. 68-90). (/isis/citation/CBB223116601/) unapi

Article Ben Harris (2021)
Eugenics, social reform, and psychology: The careers of Isabelle Kendig. History of Psychology (pp. 350-376). (/isis/citation/CBB708695182/) unapi

Article Catriel Fierro (2021)
“A backdrop for psychotherapy”: Carl R. Rogers, psychological testing, and the psycho-educational clinic at Columbia University’s Teachers College (1924–1935). History of Psychology (pp. 323-349). (/isis/citation/CBB463043538/) unapi

Article Thomas Teo; Gordana Jovanović; Martin Dege (2021)
Motivated historiography: Comments on Wolfgang Schönpflug’s reappraisal of German critical psychology. History of Psychology (pp. 215-222). (/isis/citation/CBB492216538/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Johnston; Mary Vitello (2021)
Reconstructing the history of emotions: Revisiting Elizabeth Duffy’s rejection of the term “emotion”. History of Psychology (pp. 301-322). (/isis/citation/CBB509374795/) unapi

Article Ben Harris (2021)
The Snake Pit: Mixing Marx with Freud in Hollywood. History of Psychology (pp. 228-254). (/isis/citation/CBB458115058/) unapi

Article Andrea Graus (2021)
Child prodigies in Paris in the belle époque: Between child stars and psychological subjects. History of Psychology (pp. 255-274). (/isis/citation/CBB328653193/) unapi

Article Matteo Fiorani; Marco Innamorati (2021)
Italy and “the problem of the unconscious”: The first Italian translation of a book by C. G. Jung. History of Psychology (pp. 377-398). (/isis/citation/CBB114860813/) unapi

Article Wolfgang Schönpflug (2021)
Beyond narratives: German critical psychology revisited. History of Psychology (pp. 193-214). (/isis/citation/CBB787439617/) unapi

Article David C. Devonis (2021)
Middle class sprawl: Locating the psychologesque in the history of psychology. History of Psychology (pp. 275-294). (/isis/citation/CBB956541523/) unapi

Article Matei Iagher (2020)
From Ecstasy to Divine Somnambulism: Henri Delacroix’s Studies in the History and Psychology of Mysticism. History of Psychology (pp. 333-350). (/isis/citation/CBB662850179/) unapi

Article Michiel Braat; Jan Engelen; Ties van Gemert; et al. (2020)
The Rise and Fall of Behaviorism: The Narrative and the Numbers. History of Psychology. (/isis/citation/CBB971619674/) unapi

Article Rupert Brown (2020)
The Origins of the Minimal Group Paradigm. History of Psychology (pp. 371-382). (/isis/citation/CBB233101917/) unapi

Article Enrico Giora; Wilhelm Büttemeyer (2020)
Roberto Ardigò as a Forerunner of George M. Stratton’s Experiments on Inverted Vision. History of Psychology (pp. 26-39). (/isis/citation/CBB233963189/) unapi

Article Rémy Amouroux; Nicolas Zaslawski (2020)
“The Damned Behaviorist” Versus French Phenomenologists: Pierre Naville and the French Indigenization of Watson’s Behaviorism. History of Psychology (pp. 77-98). (/isis/citation/CBB319450623/) unapi

Article Harry A. Whitaker (2020)
La Revanche De Gall. History of Psychology (pp. 99-101). (/isis/citation/CBB335548506/) unapi

Article Peter Lamont (2020)
The Construction of “Critical Thinking”: Between How We Think and What We Believe. History of Psychology (pp. 232-251). (/isis/citation/CBB980741704/) unapi


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