Articles in this issue
Origins and early years of the American Psychological Association, 1890-1906.
Sokal, Michael M.
Wundt's American doctoral students.
Benjamin, Ludy T., Jr.; Durkin, Maureen; Link, Michelle; Vestal, Marilyn; Acord, Jill
Psychologists on site: A reconnaissance of the historiography of the laboratory.
Capshew, James H.
Testing the limits of sense and science: American experimental psychologists combat spiritualism, 1880-1920.
Coon, Deborah J.
William James and the art of human understanding.
Leary, David E.
There is more to our history of giving: The place of introductory textbooks in American psychology.
Morawski, Jill G.
Short-term memory at the turn of the century: Mary Whiton Calkins's memory research.
Madigan, Stephen; O'Hara, Ruth
Joining separate spheres: Christine Ladd-Franklin, woman-scientist (1847-1930).
A scientific project locked in time: The Terman Genetic Studies of Genius, 1920s-1950s.
Tolman and Tryon: Early research on the inheritance of the ability to learn.
Innis, Nancy K.
Cultural contexts and scientific change in psychology: Kurt Lewin in Iowa.
Ash, Mitchell G.
Comparative psychology and ethology: A reassessment.
Dewsbury, Donald A.
On prediction and control: B. F. Skinner and the technological ideal of science.
Smith, Laurence D.
Proposals for a second psychology.
Cahan, Emily D.; White, Sheldon H.
Compulsory schooling, child study, clinical psychology, and special education: Origins of school psychology.
Fagan, Thomas K.
The mental testing community and validity: A prehistory.
von Mayrhauser, Richard T.
The return of the repressed: Psychology's problematic relations with psychoanalysis, 1909-1960.
Hornstein, Gail A.
American psychologists and wartime research on Germany, 1941-1945.
Hoffman, Louise E.
Mrs. Ricord and psychology for women, circa 1840.
G. Stanley Hall and the history of psychology.
Bringmann, Wolfgang G.; Bringmann, Michael W.; Early, Charles E.
G. Stanley Hall and the Clark School of Religious Psychology.
Vande Kemp, Hendrika
Henry A. Murray: The making of a psychologist?
Triplet, Rodney G.
The mythical revolutions of American psychology.
Leahey, Thomas H.
Perceptions of past research.
Bruce, Darryl; Bahrick, Harry P.
Is psychology the science of behavior?
McPherson, Marion W.