New Issue of Psychologia Latina

The second issue of Psychologia Latina,  an e-supplement of The Spanish Journal of Psychology, is now online. The journal is an outlet for scholarship on the history of psychology in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America, and its inaugural issue was announced on AHP this past spring. Psychologia Latina accepts submissions in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. The current issue includes seven articles, on of which is in English. Titles, and authors for all articles follow below.

“Psicología y Política en España: La Encuesta de Pinillos de 1955,” by Helio Carpintero (pictured left).

“Los Estudios sobre la Infancia y el Lenguaje Infantil en el Seminario de Estudos Galegos,” by García Soto, Ramón Xosé.

“J.B. Rhine y su Impacto en la Parapsicologia Experimental Hispano-Parlante,” by Alejandro Parra.

“Subversiones de Género: Pioneras de la Psicología Chilena y Estadounidense,” by Ximena Wolff Reyes, María Inés Winkler Muller, and Katherine Alvear Parra.

“An Approach to the Profile and Professional Practice of Pediatric Psychology at Federal Brazilian University Hospitals,” by Fernanda Nascimento Pereira Doca and Áderson Luiz Costa Junior.

“Psicología y Colonialismo en España (I): la Inteligencia del Negro Guineano,” by Javier Bandrés and Rafael Llavona.

“Psicología y Colonialismo en España (II): en Busca del Cociente Intelectual del Negro,” by Javier Bandrés and Rafael Llavona.

The full second issue of Psychologia Latina can be found here.

About Jacy Young

Jacy Young is a professor at Quest University Canada. A critical feminist psychologist and historian of psychology, she is committed to critical pedagogy and public engagement with feminist psychology and the history of the discipline.