Presidents of the Division


2004
James L. Pate
Georgia State University

Pate, J. L. (1993). The Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology. In J. L. Pate & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), No Small Part: A History of Regional Organizations in American Psychology. Washington, DC: APA.

Pate, J. L. (1993). The Southeastern Psychological Association. In J. L. Pate & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), No Small Part: A History of Regional Organizations in American Psychology. Washington, DC: APA.


2003
Hendrika Vande Kemp
Monrovia CA

Vande Kemp, H. (1984). Psychology and theology in western thought, 1672-1965: A historical and annotated bibliography. In collaboration with H. N. Malony. Millwood, NY: Kraus International.

Vande Kemp, H. (1996). Historical perspective: Religion and clinical psychology in America. In E. Shafranske (Ed.), Religion and the clinical practice of psychology (pp. 71-112). Washington DC: APA.

2002
Katharine S. Milar
Earlham College

Milar, K.S. (1999). "A coarse and clumsy tool": Helen Thompson Woolley and the Cincinnati Vocation Bureau. History of Psychology, 2, 219-235.

Milar, K.S. (2000). The first generation of women psychologists and the psychology of women. American Psychologist, 55, 616-619.

2001
Thomas H. Leahey
Virginia Commonwealth University

Leahey, A.H. (1997). A history of psychology: Main currents in psychological thought (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Leahey, T. H. (1992). The mythical revolutions of American psychology. American Psychologist, 47, 308-318.

2000
Wayne Viney
Colorado State University

Viney, A.W. & King, D.B. (1998). A History of Psychology:Ideas and Context (2nd Ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Viney, A.W. (1989). The Cyclops and the twelve-eyed toad: William James and the unity-disunity problem in Psychology. American Psychologist, 44, 1261-1265.

1999
Alfred H. Fuchs
Bowdoin College

Fuchs, A.H. (1998). Psychology and the 'Babe'. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 34, 153-165.

Fuchs, A.H. (1998). Ebbinghaus's contributions to psychology after 1885. American Journal of Psychology, 110, 621-633.

1998
Donald Dewsbury
University of Florida

Dewsbury, D.A. (1998). Robert Yerkes, sex research, and the problem of data simplification. History of Psychology, 1, 116-129.

Dewsbury, D.A. (Ed.) (1996). Unification through division: Histories of divisions of the American Psychological Association. Washington, DC: APA.

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1997
Raymond E. Fancher
York University

Fancher, R.E. (1996). Pioneers of Psychology (3rd ed.). New York: Norton.

Fancher, R.E. (1985). The Intelligence Men: Makers of the IQ Controversy. New York: Norton.

1996
Laurel Furumoto
Wellesley College

Furumoto, L. (1989). The new history of psychology. In I. Cohen (Ed.). The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series (Vol. 9). Washington, D.C.: APA.

Scarborough, E., & Furumoto, L. (1987). Untold lives: The first generation of American women psychologists. New York: Columbia.

1995
Henry L. Minton
University of Windsor

Collier, G., Minton, H.L., & Reynolds, G. (1991). Currents of thought in American social psychology. New York: Oxford.

Minton, H.L. (1988). Lewis M. Terman: Pioneer in psychological testing. New York: New York University Press.

1994
Jill G. Morawski
Wesleyan University

Morawski, J.G. (1994). Practising feminisms, reconstructing psychology: Notes on a liminal science. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Morawski, J.G. (Ed.) (1988). The rise of experimentation in American psychology. New Haven CT: Yale University Press.

1993
Neil R. Bartlett
University of Arizona

Bartlett, N.R., Spilka, B., & Wertheimer, M. (1988). Unplanned birth: Psychology at the University of Arizona. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 24, 57-63

Bartlett, N.R., et al. (1965) Vision and Visual Perception. New York: Wiley.

1992
Joseph D. Matarazzo
Oregon Health Sciences University

APA President, 1989

1991
Elizabeth Scarborough
Indiana University, South Bend

Scarborough, E., & Furumoto, L. (1987). Untold lives: The first generation of American women psychologists. New York: Columbia.
 
 
 
 

1990
Marion White McPherson
University of Akron

Co-Founder, Associate Director (1965-1990) of the Archives of the History of American Psychology, Akron, OH.

1989
Wilse B. Webb

Webb, W.B. (1974). Progress in psychology: 1903-1907. American Psychologist, 29, 897-902.

Webb, W.B. (1998). Writing history and accident reports: A metaphorical analysis. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 86, 631-641.
 
 
 

1988
Wolfgang G. Bringmann
University of South Alabama

Bringmann, W.G., Lück, H.E., Miller, R., & Early, C.E. (Eds.) (1997). A pictorial history of psychology. Chicago: Quintessence.

1987
Rand B. Evans
East Carolina University

Watson, R. I. & Evans, R.B. (1991). The great psychologists: An intellectual history (5th ed.). New York: HarperCollins.

Evans, R. B. & Koelsch, W. (1985). Psychoanalysis arrives in America: The 1909 psychology conference at Clark University. American Psychologist, 40, 942-948.

1986
Thomas C. Cadwallader
Indiana State Univeristy

Cadwallader, T.C. (1975). Unique values of archival research. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 11, 27-33.

Cadwallader, T.C. (1987). Origins and accomplishments of Joseph Jastrow's 1888-founded chair of comparative psychology at the University of Wisconsin. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 101, 231-236.

1985
Daniel N. Robinson
Georgetown Univerisity

Robinson, D.N. (1985). Philosophy of psychology. New York: Columbia University Press.

Robinson, D.N. (1981). An intellectual history of psychology (rev. ed.). New York: Macmillan.

1984
David E. Leary
University of Richmond

Leary, D.E. (Ed.) (1990). Metaphors in the history of psychology. Cambrdige, UK: Cambridge Univeristy Press.

Koch, S. & Leary, D.E. (Eds.) (1985). A century of psychology as a science. New York: McGraw-Hill.

1983
Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr.
Texas A & M University

Benjamin, L.T. (1988). A history of teaching machines. American Psychologist, 43, 703-712.

Benjamin, L.T. (1986). Why don't they understand us? A history of psychology's public image. American Psychologist, 41, 941-946.

1982
Barbara C. Ross

Long-time Editor of Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences.

1981
Ernest R. Hilgard
Stanford University

APA President, 1949

Hilgard, E.R. (1987). Psychology in America: A historical survey San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
 
 

1980
Virginia Staudt Sexton

Sexton, V.S. (1965). Clinical psychology: An historical survey. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 72, 401-434.

Misiak, H. & Staudt, V. (1954). Catholics in psychology: A historical survey. New York: McGraw-Hill.

1979
John A. Popplestone
University of Akron

Co-Founder, Director (1965-1999) of the Archives of the History of American Psychology, Akron, OH.

1978
Michael Wertheimer
University of Colorado, Boulder

Wertheimer, M. & Wertheimer, M.L. (1996). Can the gap between psychology's two cultures be bridged? Psychological Inquiry, 6, 131-134.

Wertheimer, M. (1982). Gestalt theory, holistic psychologies, and Max Wertheimer. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 190, 125-140.

1977
David L. Krantz

Krantz, D.L., Hall, R., & Allen, D. (1969). William McDougall and the problem of purpose. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 5, 25-38.

Krantz, D.L. & Allen, D. (1967). The rise and fall of McDougall's instinct doctrine. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 3, 326-338.

1976
John J. Sullivan

Larson, C.A. & Sullivan, J.J. (1965). Watson's relation to Titchener. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1, 338-354.

Fluckiger, F.A. & Sullivan, J.J. (1965). Husserl's conception of a pure psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1, 262-277.

1975
Nicholas Pastore

Pastore, N. (1974). Reevaluation of Boring on Kantian influence, nineteenth century nativism, Gestalt psychology and Helmholtz. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 10, 375-390.

Pastore, N. (1973). On plagiarism: Buffon, Condillac, Porterfield, Schopenhauer. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 9, 378-392.

1974
Josef M. Brozek

Brozek, J. (1978). Summa psychologiae: A special review. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 14, 74-83.

Brozek, J. (1973). Soviet historiography of psychology: Sources of biographic and bibliographic information. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 9, 152-161.

1972-73
Solomon Diamond

Diamond, S. (1974). Four hundred years of instinct controversy. Behavior Genetics, 4, 237-252.

Diamond, S. (1971). Gestation of the instinct concept. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 7, 323-336.

1971-72
Mary Henle

Henle, M. (1987). Koffka's Principles after fifty years. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 23, 14-21.

Henle, M. (1978). One man against the Nazis: Wolfgang Köhler. American Psychologist, 33, 939-944.

1970-71
David Bakan
York University

Bakan, D. (1966). The influence of phrenology on American psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 2, 200-220.

Bakan, D. (1965). The mystery-mastery complex in contemporary psychology. American Psychologist, 20, 186-191.

1969-70
Karl M. Dallenbach

Dallenbach, K.M. (1959). Twitmyer and the conditioned response. American Journal of Psychology, 72, 633-638.

Dallenbach, K.M. (1955). Phrenology versus psychoanalysis. American Journal of Psychology, 68, 511-525.

1968-69
Robert B. MacLeod

Macleod, R.B. (1949). New psychologies of yesterday and today. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 3, 199-212.

Macleod, R.B. (1947). The phenomenological approach to social psychology. Psychological Review, 54, 193-210.

1967-68
Gardner Murphy

APA President, 1944

Murphy, G. (1929/48/72). An historical introduction to modern psychology. New York, Harcourt.

1966-67
Robert I. Watson
University of New Hampshire

Founder, Editor of Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

Watson, R. I. (1963). The great psychologists: from Aristotle to Freud. Philadelphia: Lippincott.
 
 
 

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