HTP Prints

Subject: Race

Number of records: 8.

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

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.

Jackson, John (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.

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

Teo, Thomas (2002) Friedrich Albert Lange on neo-Kantianism, socialist Darwinism, and a psychology without a soul. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 38:pp. 285-301.

Teo, Thomas (1999) Methodologies of critical psychology: Illustrations from the field of racism. Annual Review of Critical Psychology 1.

Winston, Andrew S. (2001) The Boas conspiracy: The history of the behavioral sciences as viewed from the extreme right. In Proceedings CHEIRON, 33rd Annual Meeting, Bloomington, Indiana.

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.

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