Power Matters: Knowledge Politics in the History of Psychology
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Articles in this issue
Getting Dirty: Psychology's History of Power
Passionate Men, Emotional Women: Psychology Constructs Gender Difference in the Late 19th Century
Shields, Stephanie A.
From Genius Inverts to Gendered Intelligence: Lewis Terman and the Power of the Norm
Spectacular Science: The Lie Detector's Ambivalent Powers
Bunn, Geoffrey C.
Between Orientalism and Normalization: Cross-Cultural Lessons From Japan for a Critical History of Psychology
The (Sexual) Politics of Evolution: Popular Controversy in the Late 20th-Century United Kingdom