Psychology's public image in "Topics of the Times": commentary from the editorial page of the New York Times between 1904 and 1947.

@article{Dennis2002PsychologysPI,
  title={Psychology's public image in "Topics of the Times": commentary from the editorial page of the New York Times between 1904 and 1947.},
  author={Paul M Dennis},
  journal={Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={371-92}
}
  • Paul M Dennis
  • Published 2002 in Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
Between 1904 and 1947, the New York Times published in a section of its editorial page, "Topics of the Times," 196 commentaries on psychology. Prior to World War I, the majority of editorials centered on Hugo Münsterberg; psychological topics most frequently examined after the war were the mental test, child rearing advice, and psychoanalysis. Although the Times was enthusiastic in its support for psychology in the years immediately before and after World War I, editorial opinion soon turned… CONTINUE READING

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