About this series
Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology publishes scholarly books that use historical and theoretical methods to critically examine the historical development and contemporary status of psychological concepts, methods, research, theories, and interventions. The books in the series are characterised by an emphasis on the concrete particulars of psychologists' scientific and professional practices, together with a critical examination of the assumptions that attend their use. These examinations are anchored in clear, accessible descriptions of what psychologists do and believe about their activities. All the books in the series share the general goal of advancing the scientific and professional practices of psychology and psychologists, even as they offer probing and detailed questioning and critical reconstructions of these practices.
Series Editorial Board:Alex Gillespie, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Suzanne R. Kirschner, College of the Holy Cross, USA
Annette Mülberger, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
Lisa Osbeck, University of West Georgia, USA
Peter Raggatt, James Cook University, Australia
Alexandra Rutherford ,York University, Canada