Number of records: 8.
2004) ’Racially Stuffed Shirts and Other Enemies of Mankind’: Horace Mann Bond’s Parody of Segregationist Psychology in the 1950s, in Winston, Andrew, Eds. A Measure of Difference: Historical Perspectives on Psychology, Race, and Racism, pages pp. 261-283. American Psychological Association. (
2001) Box-reared babies, mechanical maids, and robot nurses: B. F. Skinner and better living in 1950s America. In Proceedings CHEIRON: The Inernational Society for the History of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Bloomington, IN. (
1998) Creating a Consensus: Psychologists, the Supreme Court, and School. Journal of Social Issues 54:pp. 143-177. (
2000) James Jackson Putnam and the Legacy of Liberal Protestant Protestantism in Early American Psychotherapy. In Proceedings Cheiron, University of Southern Maine. (
1998) Klaus Holzkamp and the rise and decline of German Critical Psychology. History of Psychology 1(3):pp. 235-253. (
2003) Reconstructing Prehistoric Civilizations in a New Theory of Civilizations. Comparative Civilizations Review. (
2005) Review of E. G. Boring's "The Woman Problem". The General Psychologist. (
1998) The Nature-Nurture Debate in Thirteenth-Century France. In Proceedings The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago. (
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