Journal European Yearbook of the History of Psychology, vol. 8

European Yearbook of the History of Psychology 8 (2022)

Sources, Theories, and Models

  • Pages: 334 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:20 b/w, 3 col., 31 tables b/w.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59750-8
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    Editorial (Mauro Antonelli)

    Original essays
    William Stern and the Establishment of a Psychology of Testimony in Germany (Serge Nicolas)
    Multiple Interactions in the Philosophy of Daniel Dennett, Empirical Sciences and Contemporary Culture (Csaba Pléh)
    Angelo Colò and the Metamorphosis of Animal Magnetism in Italy between 18th and 19th Century (Massimiliano Pompa & Andrea Romano)
    Inkblots before Rorschach: A Historical and Critical Account (Aurelio Molaro)
    Depictions of Psychology in the GDR from Contemporary Witnesses – An Overview of the Relationship between Politics and Science (Hannah D. Nussmann & Susanne Guski-Leinwand)

    Short papers
    American Homeopathy, Neuropathological Research and Reform Aspirations at the End of the 19th Century: The Case of Westborough State Hospital (MA) (Paola Panciroli)

    Documents and archival material
    George Van Ness Dearborn’s Experimental Studies with Inkblots (Aurelio Molaro)

    Interview with Claude Debru (Elisabetta Basso)

    Book reviews and reading recommendations
    The Significance of the James-Stumpf Correspondence for the History of Psychology (Saulo De Freitas Araujo)