History of Psychology
2015 Volume 18, Issue 2 (May)
Test or toy? Materiality and the measurement of infant intelligence.
Young, Jacy L.
Special Section: History and Material Culture in Psychology and Psychiatry. Pages 103-118
Freeman’s transorbital lobotomy as an anomaly: A material culture examination of surgical instruments and operative spaces.
Collins, Brianne M.; Stam, Henderikus J.
Special Section: History and Material Culture in Psychology and Psychiatry. Pages 119-131
The Utica crib: Biography of an unknown barbarous object.
Bazar, Jennifer L.
Special Section: History and Material Culture in Psychology and Psychiatry. Pages 132-145
Neglect of the foreign invisible: Historiography and the navigation of conflicting sensibilities.
Burman, Jeremy Trevelyan
History of psychological knowledge in Brazilian culture: Weaving threads on the loom of time.
Massimi, Marina; Gontijo, Sandro R.
Florence Goodenough and child study: The question of mothers as researchers.
Searching for the structure of early American psychology: Networking Psychological Review, 1909–1923.
Green, Christopher D.; Feinerer, Ingo; Burman, Jeremy T.
The origins and professionalization of cognitive psychotherapy in Argentina.
Korman, Guido Pablo; Viotti, Nicolás; Garay, Cristian Javier
Research report on a new volume on the crises in Italian psychology.
Society for the History of Psychology news.
Rodkey, Elissa (Ed)