A History of Modern Psychology in Context
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"Pickren and Rutherford want to provide a history of psychology that describes how culture, race, ethnicity, and gender have influenced psychology's development within social, political, and economic contexts. They intend to provide a postmodern, social constructionist treatment of psychology’s history that is accessible to undergraduate students. In a number of other ways Pickren and Rutherford do a good job of providing an original description of the field’s social and historical contexts. They do a credible job of providing an alternative version of our discipline's history that students and professors ready for a postmodern textbook will find novel and instructive." (PsycCRITIQUES, September 15, 2010)