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 experiment, James McCosh, Gertrude Stein (as psychologist), historical experiments on infant pain, contributing content to Psychology’s Feminist Voices website.
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