Journal European Yearbook of the History of Psychology, vol. 3

European Yearbook of the History of Psychology 3 (2017)

Sources, Theories, and Models

Mauro Antonelli (ed)

  • Pages: 260 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:9 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2017

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-57168-3
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    Editorial (Mauro Antonelli)

    Original Essays
    The Psychology of Adjustment in the United States from the Late 19th Century to World War II (Petteri Pietikäinen & David O. Clark)
    Exploring the Human Mind in Franco’s Spain: Miquel Siguan’s Approach and Early Research (Annette Mülberger, Beni Gómez-Zúñiga, Génesis Nuñez-Araya & Mariagrazia Proietto)

    Unpublished and Archival Material
    The Forgotten Legacy of the Physiologist Élie De Cyon: The Correspondence with the Italian Physiologist Casimiro Doniselli (1909-1912) (Elena Canadelli & Paola Zocchi)

    Discussions - Hungarian Psychology in mid 20th Century
    Introduction (Csaba Pléh)
    Introduction of Psychometry in Hungary. Practical Purposes and Theoretical Doubts (Zsuzsanna Vajda)
    Women in the History of Hungarian Psychoanalysis (Anna Borgos)
    Formation of Hungarian Psychological Research in mid 20th Century: Institutional Frames 1960-2010 (Csaba Pléh)
    Social Psychology in Formation in Hungary: 1960-1990s (Ferenc Erős)
    ‘Catching up with the West’ – The Modernisation and Self-Colonializing Paradigms of Hungarian Psychology during State-Socialism (Melinda Kovai)

    Memories of a Key Historical Figure: The Spanish Psychologist Miquel Siguan (Annette Mülberger, Beni Gómez-Zúñiga & Mariagrazia Proietto)

    Book Reviews
    Italian Psychology and Jewish Emigraion under Fascism from Florence to Jerusalem and New York by Patrizia Guarnieri (Elena Canadelli)

    Lothar Sprung in Memoriam. Berlin, September 26, 1934 – Berlin, January 18, 2017 (Horst Gundlach)