Originally a weekly podcast about psychology's past, including interviews with notable historians of psychology. Now an occasional episode in a variety of formats including interviews, discussions, and reviews.
Shorts: JM Cattell
Review of 2011 _History of Psychology_ article "Cattell, Columbia, and Academic Freedom..."
Shorts: Albert B
Review of 2012 _History of Psychology_ article "Little Albert: A neurologically impaired child."
Origins, purpose, and fate of 19th-c. mental asylums.
A discussion of psychology's "Third Force" with Vincent Hevern (LeMoyne), Robert Kugelman (Dallas), and Henderikus Stam (Calgary).
American Psychology Archives
Featuring an interview with David Baker on the operation and importance of the Archives of the History of American Psychology.
Gestalt psychology w/ Michael Wertheimer.
My history and systems class was required to visit this link for a quiz. I have since listened to some of the other lectures and have found them to be informative and interesting. I now subscribe to this download. ;)
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There is no way to know what each episode is about without listening to it. Titles give no indication of the topics.