The new special issue of the History of Psychology could be of interest to h-madness readers. The issue is about the use of digital methods to aid research about the history of psychiatry. It includes the following articles:
Burman, Jeremy Trevelyan Digital methods can help you . . . If you’re careful, critical, and not historiographically naïve.
Burman, Jeremy Trevelyan Through the looking-glass: PsycINFO as an historical archive of trends in psychology.
Flis, Ivan; van Eck, Nees Jan Framing psychology as a discipline (1950–1999): A large-scale term co-occurrence analysis of scientific literature in psychology.
Baldwin, Melinda A perspective from the history of scientific journals.
Porter, Theodore M. Digital humanism.
Green, Christopher D. Digital history of psychology takes flight.
Flis, Ivan Digital humanities as the historian’s Trojan horse: Response to commentary in the special section on digital history.
Esteban-Guitart, Moisés The biosocial foundation of the early Vygotsky: Educational psychology before the zone of proximal development.