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    Having an Eating Disorder and Still Being Able to Flourish? Examination of Pathological Symptoms and Well-Being as Two Continua of Mental Health in a Clinical Sample.Jan Alexander de Vos, Mirjam Radstaak, Ernst T. Bohlmeijer & Gerben J. Westerhof - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    Deneurologizing Education? From Psychologisation to Neurologisation and Back.Jan De Vos - 2015 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 34 (3):279-295.
    The long standing reign of psychology as the privileged partner of education has, arguably, now been superseded by the neurosciences. Given that this helped to drive the emergent field of neuroeducation, it is crucial to ask what changes in education, if anything does in fact change, when the hitherto hegemonic psychologising discourse is substituted for a neurological one. The primary contention of this paper is that with the neuro-turn a process of “neurologisation” has also been initiated, which can be analysed (...)
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    The Psychologization of Humanitarian Aid: Skimming the Battlefield and the Disaster Zone.Jan De Vos - 2011 - History of the Human Sciences 24 (3):103-122.
    Humanitarian aid’s psycho-therapeutic turn in the 1990s was mirrored by the increasing emotionalization and subjectivation of fund-raising campaigns. In order to grasp the depth of this interconnectedness, this article argues that in both cases what we see is the post-Fordist production paradigm at work; namely, as Hardt and Negri put it, the direct production of subjectivity and social relations. To explore this, the therapeutic and mental health approach in humanitarian aid is juxtaposed with the more general phenomenon of psychologization. This (...)
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    Interpassivity and the Political Invention of the Brain: Connolly's Neuropolitics Versus Libet's Veto-Right.Jan De Vos - forthcoming - Theory and Event 16 (2).
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    From Milgram to Zimbardo: The Double Birth of Postwar Psychology/Psychologization.Jan De Vos - 2010 - History of the Human Sciences 23 (5):156-175.
    Milgram’s series of obedience experiments and Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment are probably the two best-known psychological studies. As such, they can be understood as central to the broad process of psychologization in the postwar era. This article will consider the extent to which this process of psychologization can be understood as a simple overflow from the discipline of psychology to wider society or whether, in fact, this process is actually inextricably connected to the science of psychology as such. In so (...)
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    Depsychologizing Torture.Jan De Vos - 2011 - Critical Inquiry 37 (2):286-314.
  7. Mediation and the Object of the Book I.Françoise Meltzer, Anca Parvulescu, Robert B. Pippin, Chris Dumas, Ariella Azoulay, Jan De Vos & Jonathan Kramnick - 2011 - Critical Inquiry 37 (2).
     
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