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See detailPsychologie et histoire : une réflexion à double sens
Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Anuario de Psicologia (2002), 33(2), 231-247

This reflection on the relations between psychology and history addresses four distinct issues. The first is the history of psychology: the importance of reference to the past, even if only to put current ... [more ▼]

This reflection on the relations between psychology and history addresses four distinct issues. The first is the history of psychology: the importance of reference to the past, even if only to put current research and theory into perspective. Second, the essential historical dimension of human is presented as a crucial aspect in defining the very object of psychological science; the "historical psychology" approach, specifically its French variety as represented by Ignace Meyerson's legacy, is breifly discussed. Third, the contribution of psychology to the work of historians is considered. Finally, the joint involvement of both psychology and history in contemporary society is discussed with reference to the use (and abuse) of history in the construction of collective identity and to the claims for repair for offenses and damages made in the past, echoed by the declarations of guilt on the part of their perpetrators, on more exactly their descendants. These issues are discussed in the light of psychological approaches to memory and forgetting. [less ▲]

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See detailUn acceso de fiebre milenarista
Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Anuario de Psicologia (1998), 29(2), 5-19

As an introduction to the present thematic issue of the Anuario de Psicología, the author, indulging in the millenarist mood at the approach of the year 2000, presents some reflections on the present ... [more ▼]

As an introduction to the present thematic issue of the Anuario de Psicología, the author, indulging in the millenarist mood at the approach of the year 2000, presents some reflections on the present state of psychology and on future prospects. In spite of the fragmentation of psychology into multiple subfields, he points to some signs towards recovering unity. Attention is given especially to current trends towards restoring the importance of emotion and motivation, of action and of environment factors, the place of which had been reduced or neglected by extreme cognitivism. Although the traditional conflict as to the roots - biological or cultural - of human nature is far from being solved, a new way to look at variations, both interindividual and intraindividual, offers a possibility to reconcile the biological and socio-historical dimensions, and also to face the many problems challenging applied psychology in the future. Emphasis is made on the increasing need for pluridisciplinary, for better communication within psychology, for more efficient and earlier information and education of the public at large as what psychology is about. Given the impossibility to predict what changes human nature might undergo during the next centuries, recommandations are made to maximal flexibility, and readiness to deal with humans fully shaped by virtual reality, eventually in need of virtual psychologists. [less ▲]

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See detailSkinner, mentalismo y cognitivismo
Richelle, Marc ULiege

in Anuario de Psicologia (1992), 52(1), 3-15

This paper discusses Skinner's antimentalim related to his radical behaviourism - oppposed to methological behaviourism - and secondly related to the recent evolution towards the cognitivist approach. We ... [more ▼]

This paper discusses Skinner's antimentalim related to his radical behaviourism - oppposed to methological behaviourism - and secondly related to the recent evolution towards the cognitivist approach. We can distinguish different versions in such approach which differ in their methodological, epistemological, ethical and practical contents. References to Skinner's latest writings illustrate his position to these ways of cognitivism. [less ▲]

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