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History of Psychiatry

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Foschi, R., Giannone, A., & Giuliani, A. (2013). Italian psychology under protection: Agostino Gemelli between Catholicism and fascism. History of psychology, 16(2), 130-144.


Cicciola, E., Foschi, R., & Lombardo, G. P. (2013). Making Up Intelligence Scales: De Sanctis’s and Binet’s Tests, 1905 and After. History of psychology, On line first publication.


Babini, V. P. (2000). Science, feminism and education: The early work of Maria Montessori. History Workshop Journal, 49, 45-67.

Bartolucci, C., & Lombardo, G. P. (2011). The origins of psychology in Italy: Themes and authors that emerge through a content analysis of the Rivista Di Filosofia Scientifica [Journal of Scientific Philosophy]. History of Psychology, 14 (4), 1-20.

Brozek, J., & Dazzi, N. (1977). Contemporary historiography of psychology: Italy. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 13, 33-40.

Ceccarelli, G., Cimino, G. & Foschi, R. (2010). Ten years of Italian historiography of psychology: A field in progress. History of psychology, 3: 215-249.

Cimino, G., & Dazzi, N. (2003). The hystoriography of Psychology in Italy. History of Psychology, 6, 284-318.

Dazzi N., Lombardo G.P. (A cura di) (2011). Le origini della psicologia italiana. Il Mulino, Bologna.

Degni, S., Foschi, R., & Lombardo G.P. (2007). Contexts and experimentalism in the psychology of Gabriele Buccola (1875-1885). Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 43, 177-195.

Foschi, R. (2008). Science and culture around the Montessori's first Children's Houses in Rome (1907-1915). Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 44, 238-257.

Foschi, R., & Cicciola, E. (2006). Politics and naturalism in the 20th century psychology of Alfred Binet. History of Psychology, 9, 267-289.

Guarnieri, P. (1998). “Dangerous Girls,” Family Secrets, and Incest Law in Italy, 1861–1930. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 21, 369-383.

Guarnieri, P. (1991). The history of psychiatry in Italy. History of Psychiatry, 2, 289-301.

Lombardo, G.P. (2007). Historiographic categories in the history of Italian psychology. Sante De Sanctis between psychiatry and psychology. Rivista di Psicologia Clinica, 2, 132-139.

Lombardo, G.P., & Foschi, R. (2008). Escape from the dark forest: The experimentalist standpoint of the Sante De Sanctis dreaming psychology. History of the Human Sciences, 21, 45-69.

Lombardo, G.P., & Foschi, R. (2003). The concept of personality in 19th-century French and 20th-century American psychology. History of Psychology, 6, 123-142.

Lombardo, G.P., & Foschi, R. (2002). The European origins of "personality psychology". European Psychologist, 7, 134-145.

Masin, S.C., Zudini, V., & Antonelli M. (2009). Early alternative derivations of Fechner's law. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 45, 56-65.

Morabito, C. (2000). Luigi Luciani and the Localization of Brain Functions: Italian Research Within the Context of European Neurophysiology at the End of the Nineteenth Century. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 9, 180-200.

Mecacci, L. (2005). Luria: a Unitary View of Human Brain and Mind. Cortex, 41, 816-822.

Passione, R. (2004). Italian Psychiatry in an International Context: Ugo Cerletti and the Case of Electroshock. History of Psychiatry, 15, 83-104.

Sensales, G. (2007 a). Editorial. Critical social psychology in Italy. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 20, 1471-4167.

Sensales, G. (2007 b). History, historiographies, and traces of some forgotten social psychology. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 20, 77-107.

Sensales, G. , Areni, A., & Dal Secco, A. (2011). Building the boundaries of a science: First representations of Italian social psychology between 1875 and 1954. History of Psychology, 14 (2), 1-22.