jeudi 30 avril 2015

Cheiron 2015

Cheiron: The International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences
47th Annual Meeting

University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) June 18-21, 2015
Local Hosts: Ed Morris and Ruth Ann Atchley
University of Kansas

Program Chair: Jennifer Bazar
Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care & University of Toronto


9:00 – 1:30 Optional Tour: Trip to Oskaloosa

2:00 – 3:30 Paper Session: Discussions of Consciousness
Chair: Christopher Green

Gary Hatfield Descartes and the Brain
Carolina de Resende Damas Cardoso and Marina Massimi The Corporeity According to Edith Stein: Some Implications for Psychology
Saulo de Freitas Araujo and Rayssa Maluf de Souza Faces of Introspection in William James’ Early Work

3:30 – 3:45 BREAK

3:45 – 5:15 Paper Session: Brains and Cognition
Chair: Katalin Dzinas

Natalia Loginova The Bekhterev Brain Research Institute as the Human Cognition Centre in Russia
Michael E. Staub The Neuroscience Revolution in Social Psychology
Floyd Steele and Harry Whitaker William Estes’ Short Walk from Methodological Behaviorism to Cognitive Theory

5:30-7:00 Reception and Poster Session

Caroline da Cruz Pavan- Cândido and Carmen Beatriz Neufeld Analytical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive-Behavior Therapies: Similarities and Divergences from a Historical Perspective and Current Practice
Chin-hei Wong Filling in a Missing Gap in the History of Psychology in China: A Brief Study on Chen’s Unpublished Thesis
Michell Chresfield Tri-racial Isolates and their Creation, 1940-1980
Kenneth Feigenbaum A Bibliometric Approach to the Aging of Ideas in the Behavioral Sciences

7:15 – 8:30 Breakfast
8:30 – 8:45 Welcome from Local Hosts, Ed Morris and Ruth Ann Atchley

8:45 – 9:45 Paper Session: Testing
Chair: Jacy Young

Marilyn Brookwood The suggestion of a pause, 1940-1960, in investigations of the effects of environment stimulation upon young children’s intelligence
Matthew Hoffarth Managed Bodies: David C. McClelland and Organizational Motivation, 1960-1989

9:45 – 10:00 BREAK

10:00 - 12:15 Symposium
Chair: Tom Heinzen

Harry A. Whitaker La revanche du lapin: il saute malgré tout [The revenge of the rabbit: he HOPs in spite of it all]
Phylliss Wentworth How and Why the History of Psychology Helps Students at an Institute of Technology
Deborah Johnson Engaging Diverse Interests in the History of Psychology Course
Christopher D. Green Psychology is a Cult. I am the Deprogrammer
Discussant: Thomas Heinzen

12:15 – 2:15 Lunch + Optional Tour: Field House

2:15 – 3:45 Paper Session: Behavior Analysis in the US and Brazil
Chair: Ed Morris

David O. Clark The Early History of Applied Behavior Analysis: Expectations and Disillusionment
Gabriel Candido Institutionalization of Behavior Analysis in Brazil: The Department of Psychology at Rio Claro
Rodrigo Lopes Miranda, Eustáquio José de Souza Júnior, & Sérgio Dias Cirino Circulating Behavior Analysis in Brazil: Notes on Programmed Instruction

3:45 – 4:00 BREAK

4:00 – 5:45 Symposium: Roger G. Barker and the Midwest Psychological field Station at the University of Kansas: A Landmark in the History of Psychology
Chair: Harry Heft

Allan W. Wicker Barkerian Ecological Psychology: Concepts and Context
Jonathan S. Barker Why 25 Years? Notes on the Long Trajectory of Roger Barker’s Research in Oskaloosa
M. M. Scott “Hoofed to Plover:” Roger Barker’s Intellectual History
Discussant: Harry Heft

5:45 – 6:00 BREAK

6:00 – 7:00 Cheiron Movie Night: Moving Images from the Richard D. Walk Papers
Cathy Faye, Lizette Royer Barton, and Jodi Kearns (Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology)

8:00 Optional: Reception at Ed Morris’ Home

7:15 – 8:30 Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 Paper Session: Book Analyses
Chair: Kelli Vaughn-Johnson

Joseph Breshears and David Devonis The Wright Stuff? Tracing the Architecture of Walden II to its Sources
Jessica Triggs and David Devonis Karl Menninger’s The Crime of Punishment in the Context of the History of Psychology
Gerald Sullivan Of Relativism and Race: Patterns of Culture Seventy Years On

10:00 – 10:15 BREAK

10:15 – 11:45 Paper Session: Revisiting the Individual
Chair: Larry Stern

Christopher D. Green Who Were the Most Prolific Authors of Psychology’s Past? A Digital Investigation
Courtney Thompson Charcot’s Shadow: Rethinking Great Men in the History of Neurology
Kathy S. Milar “Learning about Teaching from Teaching about Learning:” Ellen P. Reese (1926-1997)

11:45 – 1:15 Lunch + Optional Tour: KU Architecture

1:15 – 2:30 Elizabeth Scarborough Lecture
Chair: Jennifer Bazar

Harry Heft Psychology’s Darwinian Revolution: A Transformation Sidetracked

2:30 – 2:45 BREAK

2:45 – 4:45 Paper Session: International Influences
Chair: Barbara Lusk

John Greenwood On Indigenous Psychology and Scientific Psychology
Rémy Amouroux From Indifference to Aversion. The Critical Reception of Behavioral Therapy in France (1960-1980)
Miki Takasuna Founding of the Japanese Psychonomic Society: A “Basic” Need
Irina Mironenko Abandoned Science: The Development of Comparative Psychology in the USSR

4:45 – 6:00 Business Meeting

6:30 – 7:30 Pre-Banquet Reception

7:30 – 9:30 Banquet

7:15 – 9:00 Breakfast

9:00 – 10:00 Workshop: Archives, Repositories, Websites, Blogs, Exhibits, Oh My! Digitization Considerations and Conceptualizations
Kelli Vaughn-Johnson, Jennifer L. Bazar, & Jacy L. Young

10:00 – 10:15 BREAK

10:15 – 12:00 Concurrent Symposium: Social Psychology: East meets West in North America – Paradigms, Priorities, Ideologies and Critiques
Chair: Ian Lubek

David K. Robinson Two Conferences at Carleton on “Paradigms and Priorities in Social Psychology” (1974, 1977): Building Bridges in Ottawa
Ian Lubek The Carleton Conference Dilemma: Sponsored by N.A.T.O., It Buys you Tenure – Priceless (??)
James Good Straddling the Atlantic: A European View of the ‘Emerging Crisis’ of Social Psychology
Discussant: TBA

10:15 – 12:00 Concurrent Paper Session: The Broad Reaches of Social Science
Chair: Jennifer Bazar

William Woodward Cigdem Kagitcibasi: Policy Impact in Developmental, Cross-Cultural, and Family Psychology
Carmen Silvia Porto Brunialti Justo and Marina Massimi Psychology, Marketing and the Elementary Experience: Implications to the Development of the Concept of Consumer (A Historical Approach)
Robert Kugelmann Real Pain
Kenneth Feigenbaum The Struggle for Defining a Discipline: The Riesman-Hughes Letters

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