samedi 19 avril 2014

Congrès Cheiron 2014

CHEIRON: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences

46th Annual Meeting

Hood College, Frederick, Maryland, June 19-22, 2014

Local Host: Ingrid Farrerras (Hood College)
Program Chair: Cathy Faye (University of Akron)


1:00 – 3:00     Paper Session: Social Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology
Chair: Sam Parkovnick

Michael E. Staub (Baruch College), One Now or Two Later: Walter Mischel’s Marshmallow Experiments and the Inheritance of Class

Thomas E. Heinzen (William Paterson University), The Social Psychology of Moral Panics: The Salem Witch Hunts and the Little Rascals

Lawrence Nichols (West Virginia University), Merton as Social Psychologist: Sentiments, Motivated Choices and Collective Perceptions

Gerald Sullivan (Collin College), Cybernetics ex Machina? Gregory Bateson, Margaret Mead and the Macy Conferences on Cybernetics

3:00 – 3:15     BREAK

3:15 – 5:15     Paper Session: Mental Health
Chair: Benjamin Harris

Courtney Thompson (Yale University), “An Unfit Subject for the Gallows”: Phrenology, Insanity, and Criminal Responsibility in America, 1830-1850
Heather Murray (University of Ottawa), “Person Has to be Pleasant and Courteous to Others”: Patient Perceptions of the Public Sphere of the Mental Hospital in the United States, 1920s-1940s
Jennifer L. Bazar (University of Toronto/Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care), “The ‘stigma’ of the criminal ‘etc’ association”: The First Generation of Patients of the Criminal Insane Division, Penetanguishene, 1933-1960
Brianne M. Collins & Henderikus J. Stam (University of Calgary), Novel to Nullified: The Changing Discourse of Psychosurgery in British Columbia, 1945-1960
5:30 – 7:00     Reception and Poster Session

Marina Massimi and Carmen Siliva Porto Brunialti (Universidade de São Paulo), The Concept of Consumer: A Historical Perspective Rising From the Interface of Marketing and Psychology
Phyllis A. Wentworth (Wentworth Institute of Technology), Personality, Imagination, and Progressive Era Children’s Literature about Orphans

Anna Whaley and Edward K. Morris (University of Kansas), Was B. F. Skinner A Sexist? An Analysis of Skinner’s Gender-Biased Language

Rémy Amouroux (Université de Lausanne), Chronicles of a Failure: Anzieu and the Project of a Legal Status for the French Psychologists (1969)
David C. Devonis (Graceland University), The Historical Development of Improvisation as a Concept in Modern Psychology


8:15 – 8:30     Welcome from Local Host, Ingrid Farreras
8:30 – 10:00   Paper Session: Public Roles, Representations, and Research in Psychology
Chair: Katalin Dzinas

Roderick D. Buchanan (University of Melbourne), Grasping at a Poisoned Chalice? American Psychologist’s Pursuit of Prescription Privileges

Gina Perry (University of Melbourne), Psychology meets New Journalism

Cécile Stephanie Stehrenberger (University of Zurich), Earthquakes, "Racial Riots," and "Human Behavior": A History of Social Science Disaster Research (1949-1979)

10:00 – 10:15            BREAK


Concurrent Paper Session 1: Psychology in International Context


Csaba Pléh (Eszterházy College), Géza Révész and the Establishment of Experimental Psychology in Hungary 
Rodrigo Lopes Miranda, Marina Massimi, and Annette Hoffmann (Universidade de São Paulo), Miguel Rolando Covian and His Neurophysiological Laboratory at USP

Gabriel Vieira Cândido (Universidade do Oeste Paulista) and Marina Massimi (Universidade de São Paulo), Science and Psychology in Brazil: A Scientific Biography of Carolina Martuscelli Bori
Geoffrey Blowers and Chin Hei Wong (University of Hong Kong), “Explaining the Inexplicable”: The Beginnings of Psychic Research in Republican China (1917-1919)
Concurrent Paper Session 2: Ways of Knowing in Psychology

Chair: Henderikus Stam

Laura Hyatt Edwards (East Carolina University), Intuitive Knowing in Karl Stern's "The Flight from Woman": From Eighteenth Century Germany to American Psychology in 1965
Carolina de Resende Damas Cardoso and Marina Massimi (Universidade de São Paulo), The Psyche Between Nature and Culture: The Pursuit of the Philosophical Foundations of Psychology in Edith Stein and William Stern
Robert Kugelmann (University of Dallas), Psychology Without a Soul?

Natalia Loginova (Saint-Petersburg University), The Psychological Scientific School in the Saint-Petersburg University

12:15 – 1:30 Lunch

1:30 – 3:30     Paper Session: Experimental Technologies and Developing Methodologies

Chair: Jennifer Bazar

Matthew Donahue and Jill Morawski (Wesleyan University), Technical “Junk” and the Making of Experimental Technologies

Matthew J. Hoffarth (University of Pennsylvania), Amazing Race: Stanley D. Porteus, Racial Hierarchies, and the Technology of the Maze
Jacy L. Young (York University), “The result is a mass of uncorroborated stuff”: William James and Research on the Limits of Experience

Peter Sachs Collopy (University of Pennsylvania), From Visual Anthropology to Video Therapy

3:30 – 3:45 BREAK

3:45 – 4:45     Paper Session: Revisiting Class Texts and Works

Chair: Rodrigo Miranda

Shayna Fox Lee (York University), Networking Western Psychology’s elite: A digital prosopography of A History of Psychology in Autobiography

Edward K. Morris (University of Kansas), Behaviorism at 100: The Varied Legacies of Watson’s Behaviorist Manifesto: for Applied Behavior Analysis

5:30 – 6:30 OR 6:30 – 7:30: National Museum of Civil War Medicine Tours


8:30 – 10:30   Symposium:

The Evolution of Psychology Through an Analysis of Articles and Textbooks

Chair: Ingrid Farreras

Christopher D. Green (York University) and Ingo Feinerer (Vienna University of Technology), The Intellectual Structures of Three Forgotten Jjournals: The Monist, Philosophical Review, and Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods
Jeremy T. Burman (York University), Identifying Instances of Indigenization:  A Digital Method to Catalyze Comparative International Histories
W. Randolph Ford (University of Maryland University College) and Ingrid G. Farreras (Hood College), The Evolution of a Discipline:  How the Syntax of Introductory Psychology Textbooks Have Changed Over the Last Century
Ingrid G. Farreras (Hood College) and W. Randolph Ford (University of Maryland University College), The Evolution of a Discipline:  How the Semantics of Introductory Psychology Textbooks Have Changed Over the Last Century
Discussant:  Vincent W. Hevern (Le Moyne College)
10:30– 10:45 BREAK


Concurrent Paper Session 1: Instincts, Evolution, and Comparative Psychology

Chair: Christopher D. Green

Ben Bradley (Charles Sturt University), ‘Darwin’s Psychology’: Toward a Historiography of Absence
John D. Greenwood (City University of New York), All the Way Up or All the Way Down?

Anne C. Rose (Penn State University), Instinct Recovered: World War I and the Revival of Affective Science in the United States

Sam Parknovnick (Dawson College), George Herbert Mead's Social Psychology

Concurrent Paper Session 2: Individual Psychologists: Biography, Theory, and Approaches


Elissa Rodkey (York University), No Mere baptism: Magda Arnold’s Model of Engagement with Secular Psychology

Ian Nicholson (St. Thomas University), ‘What Makes these Nazis Tick’: Gustave Gilbert, Stanley Milgram and ‘Celebrity’ in American Psychology

Rene Anne Smith (University of Maryland University College), Historical Narratives, a Case Study: Maslow and the Blackfoot

Kenneth D. Feigenbaum (University of Maryland University College), Maslow’s Ideological Political Paradox

12:45 – 2:00 LUNCH

2:00 – 3:15     Elizabeth Scarborough Lecture

Chair: Cathy Faye

Daniel N. Robinson (University of Oxford), The Idea of History—One More Time

3:15 – 3:30 BREAK

3:30 – 3:50     2014 Cheiron Book Prize Award

            Chair: Tony Stavely

Fernando Vidal (Institucói Catalana de Recerca I Estudis Avançats), The Sciences of the Soul: The Early Modern Origins of Psychology

3:50 – 4:50     Workshop

Chair: E. James Lieberman

Robert Kramer (Chicago School of Professional Psychology) and E. James Lieberman (George Washington University School of Medicine), Working with Documents: Learning from the Freud-Rank Letters

4:50 – 5:00 BREAK

5:00 – 6:00     Business Meeting

6:30 – 7:30     Pre-Banquet Reception

7:30 – 9:30     Banquet


8:30 – 10:00   Panel Discussion: H.O.P. online! A Panel Discussion of History of Psychology Courses and Materials on the Internet

Chair: Harry Whitaker

Harry Whitaker (Northern Michigan University), A New Open-Access History of Psychology Text: Brief Introduction of Contents and Features

Christopher Green (York University), The “Classics of Psychology” Archive – Past, Present and ?Future?
Laura Edwards (Eastern Carolina University), Digital Humanities Assignments to Teach Historiography

10:00 – 10:15 BREAK

10:15 – 11:45 History of Psychology Variety Hour

Chair: Cathy Faye

James H. Capshew (Indiana University), Towards a Genealogy of Denial: Psychological Aspects of Anthropogenic Environmental Change

José María Gondra (University of the Basque Country), A Basque neuropsychiatrist in the United States: Nicholas Achucarro, First Histopathologist of the Government Hospital for the Insane in Washington, DC (1908-1910)

Mark Czarnolewski (Independent Scholar), Memory Traces, Trails and Pathway Intersections

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