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Unformatted text preview: History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin _____________________________________________ Bulletin: Histoire et Philosophie de la Psychologie A Journal and Discussion Forum for the History and Philosophy Section of the Canadian Psychological Association Revue et Communiqué de la Section Histoire et Philosophie de la Société Canadienne de Psychologie Volume 19, number 1, 2007 Ψ Volume 19, numéro 1, 2007 Articles Patients, Dr. Workman and Life at the Provincial Lunatic Asylum in Toronto by Jennifer L. Bazar Convergent Pluralism and the Unity-Disunity Debate in Psychology by Jason R. Goertzen ISSN 1201-1665 Editor/Rédacteur en chef Cor Baerveldt, University of Alberta Editorial Assistant/ Rédactrice adjointe Chris Lepine, University of Alberta Editorial Board/Comité de rédaction Guylaine Beaudoin, Université du Québec à Trois- Rivières Frances Cherry, Carleton University Angela Febbraro, DRDC-Toronto Barry Kelly, University of Winnipeg Ian Lubek, University of Guelph Richard Walsh-Bowers, Wilfrid Laurier University Section Executive/Comité exécutif 2007-2008 Chair/Président: Angelina Baydala, University of Regina Chair-Elect/Président désigné: Christopher Peet, King’s College Past Chair/Président sortant: Thomas Teo, York University Secretary/Treasurer/Secrétaire-trésorière: Jason Goertzen, York University Conference Chairs/Présidents des congrès: John Connors Section Archivist: Fran Cherry The Bulletin is published twice a year by the History and Philosophy of Psychology Section of the Canadian Psychological Association. The primary purpose of the Bulletin is to keep the section informed of its members’ activities. The Bulletin will publish (1) activities of the Section and of those individuals in Canada with interests in the history and philosophy of psychology, (2) updates on new literature, upcoming conferences, and activities of groups or associations with similar interests around the world, and (3) articles and book reviews pertaining to the history and/or philosophy of psychology. Issues of the Bulletin may also occasionally include the column “Archivist’s Corner” and “Argument;” “argument” features commentaries on papers that have appeared in the Bulletin. A contribution to either of these forums is always welcome. Suggestions for book reviews are welcome, and book authors are encouraged to ask their publisher to send a review copy to the editor. Short articles on historical and theoretical/philosophical subjects should be limited to 14 double-spaced pages. The section and CPA assume no responsibility for statements made by contributors. Manuscripts should follow the general guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Authors may email their manuscript to [email protected] , or send it by mail with an enclosed diskette (preferably using MS Word, Times New Roman 10 pt. Font). All submissions are subject to review. Figures and tables should be photo-ready. Submit manuscripts and ideas to Dr. Cor tables should be photo-ready....
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