Rediscovering the History of Psychology: Essays Inspired by the Work of Kurt Danziger

Hardcover | December 31, 2003

EditorAdrian Brock, Johann Louw, Willem van Hoorn

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For the last 25 years, Kurt Danziger's work has been at the center of developments in history and theory of psychology. This volume makes Danziger's work the focal point of a variety of contributions representing several active areas of research. Written by the leading figures in history and theory of psychology from North America, Europe and South Africa, including Danziger himself, it will serve as a point of departure for those who wish to acquaint themselves with some of the most important issues in this field.

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For the last 25 years, Kurt Danziger's work has been at the center of developments in history and theory of psychology. This volume makes Danziger's work the focal point of a variety of contributions representing several active areas of research. Written by the leading figures in history and theory of psychology from North America, Eur...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:246 pages, 9.13 × 6.14 × 0.9 inPublished:December 31, 2003Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306479060

ISBN - 13:9780306479069

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Introduction. Adrian C. Brock.- Reconstructing the Subject: Kurt Danziger and the Revisionist Project in Historiographies of Psychology. Henderikus J. Stam.- In Search of Method. Johann Louw.- Controlling the Metalanguage: Authority and Acquiescence in the History of Method. Andrew S. Winston.- Paris, Leipzig, Danziger, and Beyond. Pieter J. van Strien.- Expanding the Terrain of Constructing the Subject: The Research Relationship in Interpersonal Areas of Psychology. Richard Walsh-Bowers.- On Cultural History as Transformation - or, What's the Matter with Psychology Anyway?. Betty M. Bayer.- Wundt as an Activity/Process Theorist: An Event in the History of Psychological Thinking. Hans van Rappard.- The Missing Link of Historical Psychology. Willem van Hoorn.- De-Centering Western Perspectives: Psychology and the Disciplinary Order in the First and Third World. Irmingard Staeuble.- Concluding Comments. Kurt Danziger.