Daniel N. Robinson on the 150th anniversary of a text that many consider to be the first in experimental psychology
Fechner’s attempt to place psychology on the firm foundations of experimental science was undertaken in a sceptical intellectual atmosphere still philosophically dominated by post-Kantian thought...
Geoff Bunn introduces a special issue marking the 150th Anniversary of Gustav Fechner’s Elements of Psychophysics
Considered by some psychologists to be the ‘founding father’ of experimental psychology, Gustav Fechner (1801–1887) was, to some extent, an uncompromisingly hard-nosed materialist. Yet there was...
Sinéad Rhodes on ADHD in the news
spending review; Alzheimer’s; magic and autism; graduate employment; tasty morsels from the Research Digest; and Sinéad Rhodes on ADHD in the news
Including William James; Gustav Fechner; occupational debate; gender and more
Professor of Psychology at York University, Canada, and blogger on the history of psychology
Alan Costall engages in some presentist futurology
Ian Florance talks to Adrian Owen about the ‘brain drain’ and more