HTP Prints

Subject: North America


Number of records: 27.

Nicholson, Ian A.M. (2000) "A coherent datum of perception": Gordon Allport, Floyd Allport, and the politics of 'personality' . Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 36(4):pp. 463-470.

Nicholson, Ian A.M. (2001) "Giving Up Maleness": Abraham Maslow, Masculinity, and the Boundaries of Psychology. History of Psychology 4(1):pp. 79-91.

Jackson, John (2000) . “The Triumph of the Segregationists? A Historiographical Inquiry Into Psychology and the Brown Litigation.”. History of Psychology 3:pp. 239-261.

Green, Christopher D. (1995) All That Glitters: A Review of Psychological Research on the Aesthetics of the Golden Section. Perception 24:pp. 937-968.

Green, Christopher D. (2003) An academy in crisis: The hiring of James Mark Baldwin and James Gibson Hume at the University of Toronto in 1889. (video documentary, 40 min.).

Pols, Dr Hans (2002) Between the Laboratory and Life: Child Development Research in Toronto, 1919-1956. History of Psychology 5(2):pp. 135-162.

O'Kelly, Gregory (2002) Biology, Electromagnetism, and the Nervous System.

Blass, Thomas (2002) Comment on Kleinfeld's "Could it be a big world after all?".

Silverman, Irwin (2003) Confessions of a closet sociobiologist: Personal perspectives on the Darwinian movement in psychology. Evolutionary Psychology 1:pp. 1-9.

Kleinfeld, Judith S. (2002) Could it be a big world after all? The "six degrees of spearation" myth. Society.

Jackson, John (1998) Creating a Consensus: Psychologists, the Supreme Court, and School. Journal of Social Issues 54:pp. 143-177.

Pols, Dr Hans (2001) Divergences in American psychiatry during the Depression: Somatic psychiatry, community mental hygiene, and social reconstruction. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 37 (2001): 369-388. . Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 37:pp. 369-388.

Nicholson, Ian A.M. (1998) Gordon Allport, character, and the culture of personality, 1897-1937. History of Psychology 1(1):pp. 52-68.

Vande Kemp, Hendrika (2001) History of Psychology Texts and Related Resources.

Vande Kemp, Hendrika (2001) History of Psychology Texts: Historical Overview.

Kleinfeld, Judith S. (2002) I have no dog in this fight: Reply to Blass' comment on "Could it be a big world after all?".

Friendly, Michael and Denis, Daniel J. (2002) Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization.

Christopher D., Green (2003) Psychology strikes out: Coleman R. Griffith and the Chicago Cubs.. History of Psychology 6:pp. 267-283.

Alexandra, Rutherford (2005) Review of E. G. Boring's "The Woman Problem". The General Psychologist.

Haggbloom, Steven J. and Warnick, Renee and Warnick, Jason E. and Jones, Vinessa K and Yarbrough, Gary L. and Russell, Tenea M. and Borecky, Chris M. and McGahhey, Reagan and Powell, John L. and Beavers, Jamie and Monte, Emmanuelle (2002) The 100 Most Eminent Psychologists of the 20th Century. Review of General Psychology 6(2):pp. 139-152.

Teo, Thomas (2004) The historical problematization of "mixed race" in psychological and human-scientific discourses. , in Winston, Andrew, Eds. Defining difference: Race and racism in the history of psychology, pages pp. 79-108. American Psychological Association.

Danziger, Kurt (1985) The Origins of the Psychological Experiment as a Social Institution. American Psychologist 40:pp. 133-140.

O'Kelly, Gregory (2002) The Uneven Development of Science and Its Effects on Neurophysiological Theory and Clinical Practice.

Green, Christopher D. (2002) Toronto's "Other" Original APA Member: James Gibson Hume. Canadian Psychology 43(1):pp. 35-45.

Winston, Andrew S. and Blais, Daniel J. (1996) What counts as an experiment?: A transdisciplinary analysis of textbooks, 1930-1970. American Journal of Psychology 109(4):pp. 599-616.

Bhatt, Gira and Tonks, Randal G. (2002) What lies in the future of teaching the history of psychology?. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin 14(1):pp. 2-9.

Harris, Benjamin (1979) Whatever Happened to Little Albert?. American Psychologist 34:pp. 151-160.

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