This article is based on notes that the author took during the seminar series that Rhoda Unger gave as part of the Social Psychology Doctoral Program at the UAB. She gave five talks on the history of feminist psychology, and of psychology in general, in the USA. She gave an overview of the current state of play, and speculated on likely future developments. This article provides a resource for those interested in the work of a feminist within our discipline.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2007|
- Historical analysis