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The measurement of masculinity and femininity: Engendering categorical realities
The study of gender attributes, masculinity and femininity, has comprised a major research program in twentieth-century psychology Historical examination reveals that this research program has
Organizing Knowledge and Behavior at Yale's Institute of Human Relations
IN 1929 JAMES ANGELL, president of Yale, announced plans for a unique teaching and research center for those fields "directly concerned with the problems of man's individual and group conduct. The
Assessing psychology's moral heritage through our neglected utopias
The increasing interest in the history of psychology has led to recommendations for refining our historical methods and thinking about historical knowledge generally. Solely intellectual or
Psychology and nuclear war: A chapter in our legacy of social responsibility.
" Psychologists" current participation in nuclear armament issues constitutes the latest moment in a telling chronicle of engagement. Psychologists" work on nuclear-war-related problems since 1945
The Science Behind Feminist Research Methods
Feminist science often is caricatured in oppositional terms — as a venture antagonistic to the scientific mission. Such portrayals not only misrepresent feminist science but also displace the fact
Practicing Feminisms, Reconstructing Psychology: Notes on a Liminal Science
Explores how science can accommodate feminist inquiry and how feminism can make use of science
Social psychology a century ago.
  • J. Morawski
  • Sociology, Medicine
    The American psychologist
  • 1 April 2000
An appreciation of this late-19th-century moment of intellectual generativity and constraint affords an opportunity to reflect on the potentials and constraints of social psychology at the end of the 20th century.
The Rise of Experimentation in American Psychology
Laboratory experiments are the principal tools used by psychologists to formulate and test their theories of how the human mind works, yet few histories of psychology have studied the experimental
Reflexivity and the psychologist
Psychologists tend to examine their activities in experimentation with the same objective scientific attitude as they routinely assume in the experimental situation. A few psychologists have stepped