Unification Through Division: Histories of the Divisions of the American Psychological Association, Volume III

Pages: 241
Item #: 431611A
ISBN: 978-1-55798-540-8
List Price: $24.95
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Copyright: 1999
Format: Softcover
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Overview

This edited volume is the third in a series about the histories of the divisions of the American Psychological Association. Each chapter focuses on the foundation and significant events of a division, and reviews such areas as membership, finances, controversies, and administration. Each chapter is written by a different author—usually someone who is a loyal division member or a founding member. There is a variety of historical styles used by the authors—some present simple chronologies and others provide more critical histories, analyzing how larger trends within psychology shaped, and were shaped by, division events.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Introduction
—Donald A. Dewsbury

  1. A History of Division 17 (Counseling Psychology): Establishing Stability Amid Change
    —Naomi M. Meara and Roger A. Myers
  2. A History of Division 21 (Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology)
    —H. McIlvaine Parsons
  3. A History of Division 27 (Society for Community Research and Action)
    —Dana M. Meritt, George J. Greene, David A. Jopp, and James G. Kelly
  4. A History of Division 31 (State Psychological Association Affairs)
    —James E. Lindemann
  5. A History of Division 33 (Psychology in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities)
    —Donald K. Routh
  6. A History of Division 42® (Independent Practice)
    —Evelyn F. Hill
  7. A History of Division 49 (Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy)
    —Michael P. Andronico
  8. A History of Division 51 (The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity)
    —Gary R. Brooks and Ronald F. Levant

Name Index

Subject Index

About the Editors