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European Yearbook of the History of Psychology

An international annual journal devoted to the history of psychology, and especially to the interconnection between historiographic survey and problems of epistemology. With an eye on the interdisciplinary nature of cultural studies, the journal pays special attention to those common areas between psychological research and its adjacent disciplines, in particular the human and the life sciences (philosophy, sociology, anthropology, psychiatry, physiology, neurology, biology, zoology, etc.).
 

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European Yearbook of the History of Psychology (EYHP)

 

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European Yearbook of the History of Psychology is a peer-reviewed international annual journal devoted to the history of psychology, and especially to the interconnection between historiographic survey and problems of epistemology. The journal welcomes contributions that offer precise reconstructions of specific moments, topics, and persons in the history of psychology via the recovery and critical analysis of archival as well as published sources. Critical editions of relevant primary texts or archival sources are also welcome. The national traditions in Europe are considered not only in their own right and in their interrelations, but also in their further connection to and confrontation with non-European research traditions. With this focus, the journal aims at uncovering paths to aid the understanding of the common roots of European scientific thought.

With an eye on the interdisciplinary nature of cultural studies, the journal pays special attention to those common areas between psychological research and its adjacent disciplines, in particular the human and the life sciences (philosophy, sociology, anthropology, psychiatry, physiology, neurology, biology, zoology, etc.).

Primarily addressing historians and philosophers of psychology, epistemologists, historians of philosophy, and historians of human sciences, the journal is also open to contributions from all areas of psychology which address a phenomenon or a topic relevant to the discipline of psychology considered from a historical perspective.

Besides original essays and short papers, the journal contains the following sections: Unpublished and archival material; Discussions (a space where authors can engage in dialogue with each other and discuss specific topics); Interviews; Book reviews and reading recommendations.

 


 

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  • Languages accepted: English, français, Deutsch, italiano
  • Main Language: English
  • Additional Languages : French, German, Italian

All volumes in this series are evaluated by an Editorial Board, strictly on academic grounds, based on reports prepared by referees who have been commissioned by virtue of their specialism in the appropriate field. The Board ensures that the screening is done independently and without conflicts of interest. The definitive texts supplied by authors are also subject to review by the Board before being approved for publication.

 

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