Introduction to the Special Issue
Acknowledgments
Origins and Early Years of the American Psychological Association, 1890–1906
Wundt's American Doctoral Students
Psychologists on Site
Testing the Limits of Sense and Science
William James and the Art of Human Understanding
There Is More to Our History of Giving
Short-Term Memory at the Turn of the Century
Joining Separate Spheres—Christine Ladd-Franklin, Woman–Scientist (1847–1930)
A Scientific Project Locked in Time
Tolman and Tryon
Cultural Contexts and Scientific Change in Psychology
Comparative Psychology and Ethology
On Prediction and Control
Proposals for a Second Psychology
Compulsory Schooling, Child Study, Clinical Psychology, and Special Education
The Mental Testing Community and Validity
The Return of the Repressed
American Psychologists and Wartime Research on Germany, 1941–1945
Mrs. Ricord and Psychology for Women, Circa 1840
G. Stanley Hall and the History of Psychology
G. Stanley Hall and the Clark School of Religious Psychology
Henry A. Murray
The Mythical Revolutions of American Psychology
Perceptions of Past Research
Is Psychology the Science of Behavior?