HTP Prints

Subject: Social

Number of records: 8.

Jackson, John (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.

Rutherford, Alexandra (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.

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

Rosner, Rachael I. (2000) James Jackson Putnam and the Legacy of Liberal Protestant Protestantism in Early American Psychotherapy. In Proceedings Cheiron, University of Southern Maine.

Teo, Thomas (1998) Klaus Holzkamp and the rise and decline of German Critical Psychology. History of Psychology 1(3):pp. 235-253.

Blaha, Stephen (2003) Reconstructing Prehistoric Civilizations in a New Theory of Civilizations. Comparative Civilizations Review.

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

Groff, Philip and McRae, Laura (1998) The Nature-Nurture Debate in Thirteenth-Century France. In Proceedings The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago.

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