Nuevo número de invierno del BSEHP

No sin cierto retraso, acabamos de publicar el nuevo número de invierno del BSEHP, cargado de artículos, reseñas y novedades, además de un homenaje especial a Milagros Sáiz (1957-2015), ex-presidenta de la Junta Directiva de la SEHP y una de las socias más entrañables, fallecida el día 1 de agosto.

Os dejamos aquí el índice, esperando que sea de vuestro interés.

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EDITORIAL

ARTÍCULOS

Juan Carlos Gómez. Wolfgang Köhler y la Estación de Antropoides de Tenerife: 100 años de psicología moderna.

José María Gondra. El último artículo de John B. Watson.

John B. Watson. (1932). Por qué no me suicido. Texto traducido por José María Gondra

RESEÑAS CRÍTICAS

Libros

Iván Sánchez-Moreno. Matamoro, Blas. (2015). Nietzsche y la música. Madrid: Fórcola Ediciones / Wagner, Richard (2013). Cartas sobre Luis II de Baviera y Bayreuth. Edición de Blas Matamoro. Madrid: Fórcola Ediciones.

Mònica Balltondre. Valiente Barroso, Carlos (Coord.) (2014). 13 académicos ante el diálogo ciencia y religión. Religión y ciencia interdisciplinar. Madrid: Síntesis.

Encuentros
Walter L. Arias Gallegos. III Seminario de Historia de la Psicología Peruana y Latinoamericana. Arequipa (Perú), 9 de septiembre de 2015.

EL DESVÁN DE PSI

Iván Sánchez-Moreno. ¿Coprolito o mierdaseca?: Usos del talentómetro soriano.

HOMENAJE A MILAGROS SÁIZ
Helio Carpintero. Milagros Sáiz (1957-2015), en su marcha apresurada.

MIlagros Sáiz.(1989). Ramón Turró: una aproximación historiográfica-bibliométrica. Tesis doctoral (extracto). Bellaterra.

Publicaciones destacadas de Milagros Sáiz.

AESTHETICS IN THE HISTORY OF EUROPEAN PSYCHOLOGY: HOW TO PLAY AN OLD MELODY IN A NEW SONG

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The Centre for Cultural Psychology, Department of Communication and Psychology, is proud to invite you to our international workshop ‘Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song’.

The programme includes 3 target presentations, commentaries by early-stage researchers and a plenary discussion. Colleagues and students are also invited to actively participate in the discussion.

11.30: Professor Gordana Jovanovic, Belgrade University, Serbia;

12.00: Professor Hroar Klempe, NTNU, Norway;

12.30: Professor Falk Heinrich, AAU, Denmark.

13.00: Lunch Break

14.00: Early-stage Researcher Commentaries

15.30: Plenary Discussion, Chair: Professor Jaan Valsiner

This workshop is part of the “migrating” programme of initiatives, mainly addressed to doctoral students and early-stage researchers, established by a network of Danish research groups developing a new look at the theoretical psychology, cultural psychology, epistemology and history and psychology of everyday life for a productive (rather than re-productive) approach to the study of human beings.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

Ph.d students and early-stage researchers are very welcome to participate with commentaries. You are kindly invited to register at luca@hum.aau.dk before April 1st, so you will receive the target papers.

Each participant is required to prepare a commentary draft (from 500 to 1000 words) that will be discussed during the workshop. Drafts must be sent no later than April 7.

An international publication will be edited including the target papers and the commentaries.

HOST

Luca Tateo

2nd Call for Papers XXIX Symposium SEHP

“Historia de la Psicopatología y de la Psicoterapia: Teorías y Prácticas Iberoamericanas”

U. Portucalense (Porto, Portugal)

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2ª Invitación a Comunicaciones / Call for Papers

Como sabéis, este año la Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología organiza su XXIX Symposium anual en la Universidad Portucalense, desde 4 hasta 6 mayo 2016.

Os recordamos que la fecha de envío de propuestas se ha ampliado hasta el 29 de febrero de 2016.

Para más información, podéis consultar aquí, en la página del congreso, todos los datos prácticos y realizar la inscripción online.

 

Tenure Track Assistant Professor Theory/History of Psychology

Organisation

Since its foundation in 1614, the University of Groningen has enjoyed an international reputation as a dynamic and innovative center of higher education offering high-quality teaching and research. Balanced study and career paths in a wide variety of disciplines encourage the 30,000 students and researchers to develop their own individual talents. Belonging to the best research universities in Europe and joining forces with prestigious partner universities and networks, the University of Groningen is an international place of knowledge.

The Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences is a center of knowledge focusing on individuals and society. The faculty studies issues relating to human behaviour, and the relationships between people and society as a whole. This includes the study of how people function under normal circumstances, but also of the problems encountered by individuals or groups, and how these can be resolved or prevented. The Department of Psychology is part of the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, and offers bachelor’s and master’s programmes in both Dutch and English to over 3000 students.

Job description

The Department of Psychology at the University of Groningen invites applicants for a tenure track position in the philosophy, sociology and history of science as applied to psychology, broadly defined. Candidates are eligible with an excellent command of 20th century philosophy and sociology of science as well as the history of psychology.

Qualifications

We are looking for candidates who meet the following requirements:

  • PhD degree in a relevant field of Psychology or a related discipline
  • a relevant publication record demonstrating your ability to publish international academic publications, affinity with STS-oriented research
  • substantial experience and a clear interest in teaching
  • a clear interest in collaborative and interdisciplinary research
  • the ability to attract funding for research projects
  • the ability to communicate verbally and in written form in English and Dutch (or willingness to learn Dutch).

For any further information, click here.

Postdoctoral fellowship Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin, Department II (Lorraine Daston), announces a Postdoctoral Fellowship, starting date September 1, 2016 – ending date: June 30, 2019.Outstanding scholars no more than three years past the award of their doctorates are invited to apply.The fellowships will be awarded in conjunction with the research projects of the Department.

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Candidates should hold a doctorate in the history of science or a related field at the time the fellowship begins. The quality and relevance of the project rather than the discipline in which the doctoral degree was awarded will be decisive in the award of fellowships. Priority will be given to applicants whose projects complement the research initiatives of the department. However, postdoctoral fellows are expected to carry out their own individual research programs.The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science is an international and interdisciplinary research institute. It is expected that candidates will be able to present their own work and discuss that of others fluently in English. Applications may however be submitted in German, English, or French. The fellowship includes a travel fund of 2000 € annually. Postdoctoral fellows may host one workshop in their field of expertise.Candidates of all nationalities are welcome to apply; applications from women are especially welcomed. The Max Planck Society is committed to promoting more handicapped individuals and encourages them to apply. Postdoctoral fellows are expected to participate in the research activities of the Institute. Fellows will be employed on a contract basis including social security benefits within the TVöD E13 range of the German system.Candidates are requested to send a curriculum vitae, publication list, research prospectus (maximum 750 words), and one sample text (e.g. a journal article, book chapter, dissertation excerpt; maximum 10,000 words). These materials must be submitted as one single PDF-document. Candidates should also arrange for two reference letters (one of which should be from the candidate’s doctoral advisor) to be sent separately.All application materials (including reference letters) must be submitted no later than February 28, 2016 (23:58 CET)to: https://s-lotus.gwdg.de/mpg/mbwg/pd_dep2_2016_01.nsf/applicationPlease note that only electronic submissions via this link will be accepted.

 

 

 

IX Simposio de la Asociación de Motivación y Emoción (AME)

 26, 27 y 28 de Mayo del 2016 , Madrid

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Informamos de la celebración del próximo Simposio de la Asociación de Motivación y Emoción (AME). La información básica para enviar propuestas y participar en el simposio está disponible en su página web . También se puede contactar con la organización, para cualquier consulta, escribiendo a la dirección de correo:  ame2016@uam.es

La Asociación está presente en Twitter: @Simposioame2016 y en la página de Facebook de la AME.

El plazo para enviar propuestas ya está abierto y finalizará el  día 29 de febrero de 2016.

Próximo Simposio de la SEHP

“Historia de la Psicopatología y de la Psicoterapia: Teorías y Prácticas Iberoamericanas”

U. Portucalense (Porto, Portugal)

4-6 mayo 2016Captura de pantalla 2015-12-03 a la(s) 16.51.31

Este año la Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología organiza su XXIX Symposium anual en la Universidad Portucalense, desde 4 hasta 6 mayo 2016.

Para más información, os dejamos aquí la página del congreso, donde podéis consultar todos los datos prácticos y realizar la inscripción online.

 

Postdoctoral Research Fellowships

Deadline: January 31, 2016

 

As part of the enhanced cooperation on the history of knowledge between the Freie Universität Berlin, the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the Technische Universität Berlin, and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, we are advertising several

Postdoctoral Research Fellowships

starting September 1, 2016 (or earlier), for up to three years each.

The postdoctoral fellows will contribute to the further development of the Berlin Center for the History of Knowledge—the network through which the partner institutions anchor the history of knowledge in teaching and research in Berlin—and to reflection on the foundations of the research field. Alongside their own research, successful applicants will therefore be expected to organize joint working groups, colloquia, or workshops. They will be allocated a workspace at one of the participating institutions.

Applications are invited from early career scholars with a proven record of outstanding research in the history of knowledge or the history of science. Candidates must have completed their doctorate by the time the fellowship begins, and the Ph.D. should not have been awarded more than five years previously. Applicants should be able to demonstrate an interest in theoretical questions. They are asked to submit suggested topics for their own research projects addressing the boundaries between the history of knowledge and the history of science, in one of the following thematic focus areas:

1) The focus area “practical knowledge” looks at domains in which knowledge emerges or is applied in systematic combination with practice, revealing the dynamic relationship between praxis and knowledge development;

2) The focus area “fieldworks of knowledge” covers the whole spectrum of practices, strategies, negotiations, and reflections around working with, and on, knowledge in the field. In the narrower sense, this refers to sites located outside the laboratory or the researcher’s office, which have come to typify the humanities.

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Nuevo número de la Revista de Historia de la Psicología, 36, nº 4

Se acaba de publicar el último número de la Revista de Historia de la Psicología. Los artículos están ya disponibles para su lectura en la página web de la RHP. Os dejamos aquí el índice, esperando que sea de vuestro de interés.

El poder de la serendipia en los albores de la psicofarmacología. Francisco López-Muñoz, Cecilio Álamo

Demandas, vectores y fuerzas: Wolfgang Köhler sobre la naturaleza física de los valores éticos. José María Gondra

Aproximación histórica a los estudios experimentales sobre preferencia visual. Ángel Cagigas, José Enrique Callejas-Aguilera, Juan Manuel Rosas, Félix Vico

La psicotecnia de Mallart: entre ciencia, cultura y sociedad. Mariagrazia Proietto