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Women in Psychology

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is women in the field of psychology.


Six Superlative Sources

· Kendler, T.S. (2003). A women's struggle in academic psychology (1936-2001). History of Psychology, 6, 251-266.

· Milar, K. (2002). The first generation of women psychologists and the psychology of women. American Psychologist, 55, 616-619.

· O'Connell, A.N., and Russo, N.F., eds. (1983). Models of Achievement: Reflection of Eminent Women in Psychology. Columbia University Press.

· O'Connell, A.N., and Russo, N.F., eds. (1990). Women in Psychology: A Bio-Bibliographic Sourcebook. Greenwood Press.

· Scarborough, E., and Furmoto, L. (1987). Untold Lives: The First Generation of Women in Psychologists. Columbia University Press.

· Steven, G., and Gardner, S. (1982). The Women of Psychology. Schenkman.

Other Excellent Sources

· The Association for Women in Psychology.

· Bohan, J.S. (1993). Women at center stage: A course about the women of psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 20, 74-79.

· Women in Psychology.

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