What lies in the future of teaching the history of psychology?
2002) What lies in the future of teaching the history of psychology?. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin 14(1):pp. 2-9. (
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This paper is a discussion of the state of the history of psychology course in the undergraduate curriculum. Included are the results of a survey conducted among Canadian universities psychology departments. It is concluded that the rise of critical (rather than celebratory of "whiggish") historiography appears to have led to a "backlash" among some psychologists, and to a decline in the prevalence of the course in the undergraduate curriculum.
|EPrint Type:||Journal (Paginated)|
|Keywords:||teaching, pedagogy, courses, history of psychology|
|Subjects:||Chronology > 20th Century|
Geography > North America
History > Historiography
Psychology > General
|Deposited By:||Green, Christopher D.|
|Deposited On:||25 March 2003|
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