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Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology dates to the mid-1970s when Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Norman Weckler, Michael Wertheimer, and Wilson Wilsoncroft had the idea of inviting well-known psychologists to present informal biographies of giants in the history of psychology at the conventions of the Western and Rocky Mountain Psychological Associations.
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The Review of General Psychology contains articles that advance theory, evaluate and integrate research literatures, provide a new historical analysis, or discuss new methodological developments in psychology as a whole. The target audience is psychologists who appreciate both generalism as well as specialization and who share a vision of psychology as a unified discipline with common theoretical, methodological, and substantive values.
This note proposes that social/behavioral studies and the humanities develop a closer relationship. Perhaps system and intuition are equally needed if our knowledge of the human world is to advance, a...
06/21/15 3:00 pm
Disorganized attachment has been studied extensively in the developmental attachment literature, particularly with regard to infants and children. It has not been studied from a social psychological p...
05/24/15 3:00 pm
In this Internet age where computer classrooms, smart phones, and tablet devices are becoming the norm, it is timely that social and educational psychologists integrate such technologies within the fi...
05/17/15 3:00 pm