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Journal Articles on History and Theory of Psychology

Psychology and its history. Theory & Psychology, 2013, 23, 829-839. [pdf]

 

(With J. Louw) Pychological practices and ideology: The South African case. In A. C. Brock and J. Louw (Eds.), History of Psychology and Social Practice. Special Issue of Social Practice/Psychological Theorizing, 2007, 6-22. [pdf]

(With A.C. Brock) Rediscovering the history of psychology: Interview with Kurt Danziger. History of Psychology, 2006, 9, 1-16. [pdf]

Comment on indigenous psychology. International Journal of Psychology, 2006, 41, 269-275. [pdf]

Prospects of a historical psychology. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 15(2), 4-10. [pdf]

How old is psychology, particularly concepts of memory? History & Philosophy of Psychology, 2002, 4(1), 1-12. [pdf]

Making social psychology experimental: A conceptual history, 1920-1970. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 2000, 36, 329-347. [pdf]

On historical scholarship: A reply to Dehue. Theory & Psychology, 1998, 8, 669-671. [pdf]

(With K. Dzinas) How Psychology got its variables. Canadian Psychology, 1997, 38, 43-48. [pdf]

The varieties of social construction: A review. Theory & Psychology, 1997, 7, 399-416. [pdf]

The moral basis of historiography. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 9 (1), 30-33. [This article forms part of Kurt Danziger's eBook. A scan copy of the article is also available in pdf.]

The future of psychology is not its past: A reply to Rappard. Theory & Psychology, 1997, 7, 107-112. [pdf]

(With A. C. Brock) Constructing the subject: An interview with Kurt Danziger. Psychologie & Maatschappij, 1995, 73, 351-366. [A more complete version of the interview is available on this website in html and pdf.]

Neither science nor history?  Psychological Inquiry, 1995, 6, 115-117. [pdf]

Does the history of Psychology have a future?  Theory & Psychology, 1994, 4, 467-484. [This article forms part of Kurt Danziger's eBook. A scan of the article is also available in pdf.]

The social context of research practice and the priority of history.  Psychologie und Geschichte, 1993, 4, 178-186. [This article forms part of Kurt Danziger's eBook. An electronic copy of the article is also available in pdf.]

History, practice and psychological objects.  Reply to commentators.  Annals of Theoretical Psychology, 1993, 8, 71-84. [pdf]

Psychological objects, practice, and history.  Annals of Theoretical Psychology, 1993, 8, 15-47. [This article forms part of Kurt Danziger's eBook. A scan of the article is also available in pdf.]

The project of an experimental social psychology:  Historical perspectives. Science in Context, 1992, 5, 309-328. [pdf]

Ideas and constructions:  Reply to reviewers.  Theory and Psychology, 1992, 2, 255-256. [pdf]

Guest editor's introduction.  History of the Human Sciences, 1991, 4, 327-333. (Special issue on historiography of psychology). [pdf]

Malthus for Psychology?  Canadian Psychology, 1990, 31, 276-278. [pdf]

Psychological experimentation as social practice:  Historical considerations.  (In Dutch).  Kennis en Methode, 1989, 13, 146-158.

New paradigm or metaphysics of consensus? New Ideas in Psychology, 1987, 5, 13-17. [pdf]

The methodological imperative in psychology. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 1985, 15, 1-13. [pdf]

Origins of the psychological experiment as a social institution. American Psychologist, 1985, 40, 133-140. [pdf]

Origins and basic principles of Wundt's Völkerpsychologie. British Journal of Social Psychology, 1983, 22, 303-313. [pdf]

Origins of the schema of stimulated motion: Towards a pre-history of modern psychology. History of Science, 1983, 21, 183-210. [pdf]

The history of introspection reconsidered. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1980, 16, 240-262. [pdf]

Wundt's psychological experiment in the light of his philosophy of science. Psychological Research, 1980, 42, 109-122. [pdf]

The positivist repudiation of Wundt. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1979, 15, 205-230. [pdf]