There has been a tremendous amount of excitement about our being included in the recent listing of the Top 100 blogs in mental health and psychology, especially since this comes so soon after our being named “best historical psychology blog.” But that we are happy to receive this honour doesn’t also mean we’re coming back early. AHP is still scheduled to resume posting regularly in September, although we may occasionally emerge to bring you the most important of whatever happens to reach us.
In the meantime, for those who are new to the blog (and while we continue to build our tag cloud), here are some of the most popular postings from the past year:
- Presentism in the Service of Diversity?
- Darwin and early American psychology
- Common Errors in History of Psychology Textbooks
- The History and Future of Bell-curve thinking
- The Beeb’s “In Our Time” on the History of the Brain
- Science Journalism Sucks (mostly)
- NY Times: Kafka’s cockroach real! (Really?)
- Psychedelic Science
- Classics in the Historiography of Psychology: Tilly, 1990
- New Review of Makari’s History of Psychoanalysis
- Video: Mike Wallace interviews Erich Fromm (1958)
- Yerkes’ Multiple-choice apparatus
- Does history require a variety of Contextualism?
- “Cukoo’s Nest” Hospital to be Demolished
- “The Lobotomist” now online
- Secrets of the APA Inner Sanctum
- Foucault’s Kantian critique
- Margaret MacMillan on the doing of history
- Videos of the Operant Condition
- Proust was a Neuroscientist?
- Cundill International Prize in History unveiled
Please feel free to leave comments or suggestions below. And, if you plan to include AHP in your syllabus this year, please let us know. (We have lots of useful bibliographies for students who want help finding a topic.)