Psychology in the Czech lands: Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, and the Czech Republic.

  title={Psychology in the Czech lands: Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, and the Czech Republic.},
  author={Martina Klicperov{\'a}-Baker and Simona Hor{\'a}kov{\'a} Hoskovcov{\'a} and Daniella Talmon Heller},
  journal={International journal of psychology : Journal international de psychologie},
The article provides a comprehensive review of Czech psychology-its history and its current state. It enumerates significant psychologists who were Czech, born in Bohemia or who were instrumental for the development of psychology in the region. The article also enumerates Czech psychological associations along with their main representatives, journals, and academic facilities involved in education and research in psychology. It is pointed out that the origins of psychology as a science are in… 



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