Table of contents for A history of modern psychology in context / by Wade E. Pickren & Alexandra Rutherford.


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Introduction.
1. Origins of a Science of Mind.
2. Everyday Life and Psychological Practices.
3. Methods and the Making of a New Science.
4. Indigenization of Psychology in America.
5. Psychology at the Interface with Medicine.
6. Psychologists as Sorters: Applying Psychology, Ordering Society.
7. American Psychological Science and Practice between the World Wars.
8. Psychological Science and Practice in Europe between the World Wars.
9. The Golden Age of American Psychology.
10. Internationalization and Indigenization after World War II.
11. American Psychology and the Politics of Gender.
12. American Psychology and Society in the Late Twentieth Century.
13. Brain, Behavior, and Cognition Since 1945.
Conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Psychology -- History.