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Genius without the “Great Man”:New possibilities for the historian of psychology.
The Carlylian style of history, more commonly known as the "Great Man" approach, presented the "genius" as an individual worthy of celebration: history as hero worship. This style, whichExpand
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Responsible Opposition, Disruptive Voices
Feminist psychology began as an avowedly political project with an explicit social change agenda. However, over the last two decades, a number of critics have argued that feminist psychology hasExpand
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A Factor Analytic Investigation of the Person-in-Recovery and Provider Versions of the Revised Recovery Self-Assessment (RSA-R)
Recovery is understood as living a life with hope, purpose, autonomy, productivity, and community engagement despite a mental illness. The aim of this study was to provide further information on theExpand
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Genius [corrected] without the "Great Man": new possibilities for the historian of psychology.
The Carlylian style of history, more commonly known as the "Great Man" approach, presented the "genius" as an individual worthy of celebration: history as hero worship. This style, whichExpand
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Reconstructing the Experiences of First Generation Women in Canadian Psychology
To date, the historiography on women in Canadian psychology has been relatively sparse. This is especially true in relation to the much more extensive literature that documents the history of firstExpand
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Twin research, revisionism and metahistory
We understand metahistory as an approach that studies how histories within a particular discipline have been written and focus on insider scientists’ reconstructions of twin research. Using theExpand
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The SAPAS, Personality Traits, and Personality Disorder.
Many argue that current categorical personality disorder (PD) classification systems should be more dimensional and consider personality traits. The present study examined whether a brief PDExpand
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Beyond Gender Differences
Proponents of what has been termed the Gender Similarities Hypothesis (GSH) have typically relied on meta-analyses as well as the generation of nonsignificant tests of mean differences to supportExpand
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Cholera and the Pump on Broad Street: The Life and Legacy of John Snow.
THere iS STiLL a PuMP in the Golden Square neighborhood on what was once called Broad Street. it does not work, for it is merely a replica of the original, and like the original its handle isExpand
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