Eleanor Maccoby. I am curious to know if your history of important women in psychology would include my great aunt, Margaret Ives. M Basavanna, PhD January 5, 2015.
Like Treisman, Maccoby overall did not feel discriminated against; her focus was to produce excellent research. She appeared as one of the first psychologist expert witnesses as psychiatrists had been the only ones until her time used as expert witnesses.
When a woman is possessive, attention-seeking, or trying just a bit too hard, remember your Jung. An overview of traditional and contemporary views about women in psychological theory and empirical research.
When she was starting out, the expectations were very different compared to today — there were not as many journals to read, less job competition, and fewer publications expected.
I wonder if you may have come across a great-aunt of mone, Georgia May Barrett. All rights reserved. Thank you!
In Praeger guide to the psychology of gender. Chisholm, June, and Beverly Green.
For example, early in her career, she was lecturing to a group of doctors. Addresses the relationship between being feminists and experiencing discrimination of women professors.Practical Female Psychology for the Practical Man
Psychology constructs the female: The German psychologist believed that, if an accurate perception of self is achieved, the individual has the ability to fulfill ambitions within reach. She graduated from Vassar College, and got her degree at Michigan.
Ann Johnson. Charles C Thomas. Perspectives on multiple identities in psychological theory, research and practice.