Elissa Rodkey

Want to know more about me? Here you go:

Occupation: Assistant professor of psychology at Crandall University. I’m a historian of psychology with a PhD from the History and Theory of Psychology program at York University.

Major interests: women in the history of psychology; the history of developmental psychology; the historical relationship between psychology and religion.

Past projects: Eleanor Gibson/the visual cliff experimentJames McCosh, Gertrude Stein (as psychologist), historical experiments on infant pain, contributing content to Psychology’s Feminist Voices website.

Current projects: Milicent ShinnMagda Arnold/Catholicism and Psychology, Intellectual community for marginalized scientists, Early Psychologists’ interest in Religious Education.

Want to find my academic work? See my profiles on Academia, ResearchGate, or ORCID.

More into social media? Follow me on TwitterPinterest, or the Society for the History of Psychology page on Facebook (I’m a contributor).

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