Michael M Sokal

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Note: page numbers in this manuscript will not match those in the published version. Abstract Three general arguments on the role of the Internet in developing areas have been suggested. The "elixir" argument holds that the Internet does not represent a potential problem but only an opportunity. Information technologies are a developmental tool on a par(More)
This note seeks to illustrate the value for research into psychology's past of several primary sources rarely used by historians of psychology. It does so by showing how 3 such sources-a university song book, an editorial cartoon, and FBI files about a distinguished psychologist-provide additional insights about a major historical incident previously(More)
The four reports that follow embody the second installment of a series designed both to provide an orienting overview of education in the history of psychology to prospective students in the field and to characterize one highly significant aspect of the state of the discipline as the century ends. Like those included in the first series, each of these(More)