Cathy Faye, Center for the History of Psychology
Many of you probably know about Cheiron, the International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Cheiron was formed in 1968 to promote international cooperation and multidisciplinary studies in the history of behavioral and social sciences.
Its annual meeting is usually held in various locations around the United States. Every five years, Cheiron meets jointly with the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences; that meeting takes place either in Europe or the United States. I encourage all of you to check out the Cheiron website for further information about the Society.
RIPeHP readers might also be interested in some new resources added to the Cheiron website.To see it, click here. These include a link to Psychology’s Feminist Voices, a resource for information on women psychologists, both past and present. It also includes an updated bibliography of the published writings of B. F. Skinner.