Comunicado del Colegio Colombiano de Psicólogos sobre la situación actual del país

En estos momentos en los que Colombia atraviesa una situación sin precedentes inmediatos de malestar social y conflicto entre la sociedad civil y el Estado, consideramos oportuno publicar la posición de la organización nacional de nuestro gremio, como documento histórico y como llamado a las y los colegas y a las personas que defienden la …

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New Video Series: The History of Psychology Show — Advances in the History of Psychology

Christopher Green, who previously brought us the podcast series This Week in the History of Psychology, has announced a new video podcast series: The History of Psychology Show. In announcing the show, Green notes, I will interview prominent working historians of psychology, delving into their research, their backstories, and their views on the current state…New Video …

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Will-o’-the-Wispé

Cummings Center Blog

~ contributed by Jodi Kearns & Abigail Williamson; Abby is a University of Akron history major who worked with the Wispé collection for her Museums & Archives Studies certificate Capstone Experience.

In the early 1950s, Lauren G. Wispé set out to study social and psychological factors associated with eminence in the field of psychology by analyzing selected psychologists’ responses to a 12-page questionnaire asking about family, early education, and socioeconomic backgrounds. If you want to read Wispé’s results, have a look at Traits of Eminent American Psychologists published in Science in 1963.

The Cummings Center has a small collection of the returned questionnaires, which have some coding marks from the data analysis, and no additional research materials.

Some of the questions ask about parents’ ages at the psychologist’s birth, parents’ professions, and family members’ achieved levels of education. Questions cover work experience, mentors and influences, promising students, and prominent…

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Call for Papers: 53rd Annual (Virtual) Meeting of Cheiron, June 15-17, 2021 — Advances in the History of Psychology

A call for papers for the 53rd annual meeting of Cheiron has been released. The virtual meeting is will take place June 15 – 17, 2021. Full details on conference format and submission process can be found here.

Mujeres haciendo historia: convocatoria 2021

Con el fin de crear espacios de divulgación y reivindicación académica de los aportes que las mujeres realizan desde el aula de clase y la investigación histórica, el Departamento de Historia de la Universidad del Valle (Cali, Colombia), con el propósito de conmemorar en el 2021 el día de la mujer, hace la presente invitación …

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Nuevo número de la RHP, vol. 41, nº4 — Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología

Compartimos con nuestra audiencia la noticia de la aparición de una nueva entrega de la Revista de Historia de la Psicología, medio de la Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología. Acaba de aparecer el último número de la Revista de Historia de la Psicología, correspondiente al mes de diciembre. A continuación podéis ver el índice …

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Call for papers: 70 years of the Interamerican Society of Psychology

Portuguès A Revista Interamericana de Psicología (RIP) / Interamerican Journal of Psychology (IJP) durante 2021 convoca a comunidade de pesquisadores a enviar contribuções relacionadas aos 70 anos da Sociedade Interamericana de Psicologia (SIP), criada em 17 de dezembro de 1951, na cidade de México. Os artigos podem abordar vários assuntos direta ou indiretamente relacionados à …

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History of Psychology, 23(4): Intellectual Communities, Rorschach in Girls Reform School, and More

The November issue of History of Psychology is now online. Full details below. “Family, friends, and faith-communities: Intellectual community and the benefits of unofficial networks for marginalized scientists.” Rodkey, Krista L.; Rodkey, Elissa N. Abstract: Throughout the 20th century, female scientists faced barriers to participation in scientific communities. Within psychology, the 1st generation of women…November HoP: …

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Portal História da Psicologia: por uma divulgação ampla, aberta e democrática da História da Psicologia

Por André Morelli - Universidade Federal Fluminense Nosso projeto começou a ser idealizado em 2019, quando o fundador e idealizador da proposta, Prof. André Morelli, começou a conversar com colegas interessados em criar um espaço que agregasse diversos conteúdos sobre a História da Psicologia na internet. Após as conversas iniciais, o site começou a ser …

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