Recluse, Interlocutor, Interrogator: Natural and Social Order in Turn-of-the-Century Psychological Research Schools

  title={Recluse, Interlocutor, Interrogator: Natural and Social Order in Turn-of-the-Century Psychological Research Schools},
  author={Martin Kusch},
  pages={419 - 439}
  • M. Kusch
  • Published 1 September 1995
  • Sociology
  • Isis
L'etude historique des ecoles de recherche beneficie des points de vue des sociologues sur les idees sociales de la connaissance scientifique, et des travaux qui montrent comment la connaissance scientifique est utilisee pour justifier l'ordre social 
L'introspection en psychologie expérimentale
Resume L’introspection fait l’objet, depuis les origines de la psychologie experimentale, d’une polemique intense. On a retenu de cette polemique quelques idees simples : la psychologie aurait
The Researcher as Experimental Subject: Using Self-Experimentation to Access Experiences, Understand Social Phenomena, and Stimulate Reflexivity
It is argued that researcher-as-subject self-experimentation can provide valuable insight and systematic knowledge to social psychologists and that participating as both observer and subject within one’s own social psychological experiment affords researchers at least three potential benefits.
The Sociology of Philosophical Knowledge: A Case Study and a Defense
One can either debate the sociology of philosophical knowledge or one can do it (cf. Shapin 1982, p. 157). I have done it, that is, presented a case study in the sociology of philosophical knowledge,
Social judgement theory
This paper first explores a number of themes in the psychological system developed by the Austrian-American psychologist, Egon Brunswik, focusing on those that had a formative influence on Social
Developing the cyranoid method of mediated interpersonal communication in a social psychological context : applications in person perception, human-computer interaction, and first-person research
This thesis revisits Stanley Milgram’s “cyranoid method” of interactive social psychological experimentation (Milgram, 2010a) and explores the technique’s empirical potential in several domains. The
The Imageless Thought Controversy
Titchener’s “introspective” methodology, then, was afflicted with profound congenital defects, rendering it scientifically unviable. For Titchenerian psychology, the highly visible symptom of
The Decline and Fall of Introspection
A commonly told story about the history of psychology goes like this. Psychology began as a science using introspection as the method for investigating the mind. However, introspection proved to be
The biologist as psychologist: Henry Fairfield Osborn's early mental ability investigations.
  • Jacy L. Young
  • Psychology
    Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
  • 2012
The development and circulation of questionnaires at the very beginning of American scientific psychology, first by Osborn and later by G. Stanley Hall, is discussed in terms of the new psychology's often-overlooked methodological plurality.


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Some important earlier treatments of the Imageless Thought Controversy are Edwin G . Boring , " A History of Introspection
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    Uber die Abstraktion der Gleichheit: Ein Beitrag zur Psychologie der Relation
    • ibid
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