Psychologists and philosophy: The birth of division 24 of the American psychological association in 19621

Philosophical Psychology 1 (3):373-379 (1988)
Abstract The founding of the Division of Philosophical Psychology of the American Psychological Association is reviewed in the light of the relations between psychology and philosophy at that time. A history of events leading to the formation of the division (24) in 1962 is presented by its first president?elect. The major issues were the role of philosophy in scientific psychology, teleology, dualism, and freedom versus determinism.
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DOI 10.1080/09515088808572952
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