Journal European Yearbook of the History of Psychology , vol. 7

European Yearbook of the History of Psychology 7 (2021)

Sources, Theories, and Models

  • Pages: 302 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:12 b/w, 2 tables b/w.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2021

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59210-7
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Editorial (Mauro Antonelli)

    Original essays
    Alois Riehl and the History of Psychology: The 1913 Declaration of the Philosophers (Josef Hlade & Rudolf Meer)
    Meinong Epistemologist of Measurement (Vincenzo Fano)
    Freud and Claus: Biological Roots of Psychoanalysis (Yunus Anıl Yılmaz)

    Short papers
    The Pope and the Unconscious: Pius XII’s Speech on Psychotherapy in 1953 and Its Interpretation by Agostino Gemelli (Marco Innamorati, Renato Foschi & Andrea Romano)

    Interviews
    Interview with Tatyana V. Akhutina (Luciano Mecacci)

    Documents and archival material
    Vittorio Benussi on Salience and Inadequate Perception (Mauro Antonelli)

    Discussions – Some Trends in History of Russian Psychology
    Introduction (David K. Robinson)
    North American "Understanding" of History of Psychology in the Soviet Union (David K. Robinson)
    A Forgotten Name in the History of Russian Psychology: Mikhail Ivanovich Vladislavlev (Irina Anatolyevna Mironenko)
    The St Petersburg School of Psychology from the 1950s to the 1970s (Natalia Anatolyevna Loginova)
    Lev Vekker and His Unified Theory of Mental Processes (Maria Vladimirovna Osorina & Marina Olegovna Avanesyan)
    History of Russian/Soviet Psychology (1900–1950) as Self-Organization of the Collective Subject  (Olga Arkadyevna Artemeva)