Number of records: 9.
2000) American Catholic Psychological Association: A Brief History and Analysis. Catholic Social Science Review 5:pp. 233-249. (
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.). (
2000) Blind Law and Powerless Science: The American Jewish Congress, the NAACP, and the Scientific Case against Discrimination, 1945-1950. Isis 91:pp. 89-116. (
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. (
2000) Electronic Media and the Future of the History of Psychology. In Proceedings American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.. (
2001) EXISTENTIAL QUESTIONS: No, one or two Utrecht Schools?. In Proceedings 20th Conference of the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (
2003) Psychology strikes out: Coleman R. Griffith and the Chicago Cubs.. History of Psychology 6:pp. 267-283. (
2005) Review of E. G. Boring's "The Woman Problem". The General Psychologist. (
2002) Toronto's "Other" Original APA Member: James Gibson Hume. Canadian Psychology 43(1):pp. 35-45. (
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