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[xmca] Re: Psych in Ussr?
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- Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 16:55:02 -0800
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Hi Ian-- I am cc'ing the discussion group, XMCA, on this reply because I
think that the topic will be of interest to them. Moreover,
some might have useful materials to contribute.
I fear the topic may be complicated for some because the key figures on the
international scale were also key figures on an
interpersonal scale-- living memory.
Your cold war issue looks interesting.
Do you know of anything good on the relation of Soviet Psychology to the
human potential movement? With the fall of the USSR, one of the first
psychologists to really grab people's attention was Carl Rogers. That
connection always struck me as interesting.
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 7:05 AM, JHBS <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Mike:
> In my role as editor of the *Journal of the History of the Behavioral
> Sciences*, I am always on the lookout for new topics/themes that would
> interest our readers.
> As you may know, there is growing body of scholarship on the history of
> the human sciences during the Cold War, but most of it is told from a
> Western and especially American perspective. Scholarship examining the
> impact of the Cold War on Russian psychology would be of great interest to
> our readers. Ideally, I would like to have an issue on the ‘human sciences
> and the Soviet Union’ that would be a kind of ‘follow on’ to our very
> successful recent special issue of JHBS ‘The Human Sciences and Cold War
> America’ (2011):
> You might want to glance at some of the papers in this issue to get an
> idea of the type of papers we publish.
> Thanks for your interest,
> Ian Nicholson, Ph.D., Editor,
> Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
> Department of Psychology
> St. Thomas University
> Fredericton, New Brunswick
> E3B 1P6
> On 12-02-20 10:30 AM, "mike Cole" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I am told the topic of Russian psych is of interest to you.
> > What are you looking for?
> > Mike Cole
> > Http://Lchc.ucsd.edu has some stuff.
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