New Issue of History of Psychology

A new issue of the journal History of Psychology appeared a few days ago. The article titles and authors are as follows:

“The new woman as “tied-up dog”: Amy E. Tanner’s situated knowledges” by Michael Pettit.

“‘A conversation between Charles Spearman, Godfrey Thomson, and Edward L. Thorndike: The International Examinations Inquiry Meetings 1931-1938’: Correction to Deary, Lawn, and Bartholomew (2008)” by Ian J. Deary, Martin Lawn, and David J. Bartholomew.

“A history of the early days of personality testing in American industry: An obsession with adjustment” by Robert E. Gibby and Michael J. Zickar.

“Idols of the psychologist: Johannes Linschoten and the demise of phenomenological psychology in the Netherlands” by RenĂ© van Hezewijk and Henderikus J. Stam.

“‘Searching for the second generation of American women psychologists’: Correction to Johnston and Johnson (2008)” by Elizabeth Johnston and Ann Johnson.

Unfortunately, one cannot view the abstracts of the articles without a persona subscription, and they have not yet been posted to my local library’s web server as yet.

About Christopher Green

Professor of Psychology at York University (Toronto). Former editor of the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. Creator of the "Classics in the History of Psychology" website and of the "This Week in the History of Psychology" podcast series.