Want to know more about me? Here you go:
- Occupation: Graduate student in the History and Theory of Psychology at York University. [Update: starting fall of 2015 I’ll be a psychology professor at Crandall University! Amazing!]
- Major interests: the history of developmental psychology; the historical relationship between psychology and religion.
- Past projects: Eleanor Gibson/the visual cliff experiment, James McCosh, Gertrude Stein (as psychologist), historical experiments on infant pain, contributing content to Psychology’s Feminist Voices website.
- Current projects: Milicent Shinn, Magda Arnold/Catholicism and Psychology, Early Psychologists’ interest in Religious Education.
Want to find my academic work? See my Academia.edu profile.
More into social media? Follow me on Twitter, Pinterest, or the Society for the History of Psychology page on Facebook (I’m the primary contributor).