Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology
Psychology Press – 2006 – 326 pages
This sixth book in the Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology Series preserves the diversity that has characterized earlier volumes as it brings to life psychologists who have made substantial contributions to the field of the history of psychology. These chapters illustrate the pioneering endeavors of such significant figures, and are written in a lively, engaging style by authors who themselves have achieved a reputation as excellent scholars in the history of psychology. Several of the chapters are based on the author's personal acquaintance with a pioneer, and new, previously unavailable information about these luminaries is presented in this volume.
Each of these volumes provides glimpses into the personal and scholarly lives of 20 giants in the history of psychology. Prominent scholars provide chapters on a pioneer who made important contributions in their own area of expertise. A special section in each volume provides portraits of the editors and authors, containing interesting information about the relationship between the pioneers and the psychologists who describe them. Utilizing an informal, personal, sometimes humorous, style of writing, the books will appeal to students and instructors interested in the history of psychology. Each of the six volumes in this series contains different profiles, thereby bringing more than 120 of the pioneers in psychology more vividly to life.
Contents: Preface. C.J. Goodwin,Edmund Clark Sanford and the Consequences of Loyalty. M.M. Sokal,James McKeen Cattell: Achievement and Alienation. C.I. Abramson, Charles Henry Turner: Pioneer of Comparative Psychology. A.S. Winston, Robert S. Woodworth and the Creation of an Eclectic Psychology. R.B. Evans,Karl M. Dallenbach: The Lure of the Empirical. G.A. Hornstein, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann: Pioneer in the Psychotherapy of Psychosis. L.L. Koppes, A.M. Bauer, Marion Almira Bills: Industrial Psychology Pioneer Bridging Science and Practice. W.E. Pickren, Calvin Perry Stone: Solid Citizen and Scientist. D.B. Baker,An Individual Difference: The Career of Donald G. Paterson. C.D. Green, Coleman Roberts Griffith: "Adopted" Father of Sport Psychology. N.B. Barenbaum, Henry A. Murray: Personology as Biography, Science, and Art. A. Rutherford, Mother of Behavior Therapy and Beyond: Mary Cover Jones and the Study of the "Whole Child". R.L. Cautin, David Shakow: Architect of Modern Clinical Psychology. S.A. Shields, Magda B. Arnold: Pioneer in Research on Emotion. D.A. Dewsbury, Nikolaas Tinbergen: Nobel-Prize-Winning Ethologist. D.J. Coon, Abraham H. Maslow: Reconnaissance for Eupsychia. J.P. Jackson Jr., Kenneth B. Clark: The Complexities of Activist Psychology.