The development of contemporary Spanish psychology

Authors:
Helio Carpintero
Published Online:
21 Sep 2010
DOI:
10.1080/00207590143000207
Pages:
378-383
Volume/Issue No:
Volume 36 Issue 6

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Spanish psychology has developed greatly in the last decades, both in academic and professional aspects. But its history during the 20th century includes not only positive periods but also others clearly regressive, which impeded scientific work and tried to return to a more philosophical orientation. Since the establishment of a psychology degree in the country, a great expansion has taken place, and other significant achievements have been made by some émigré Spanish psychologists in Latin‐American countries after being reinstalled there after a civil war that strongly affected the evolution of contemporary Spain. The main lines of the picture are drawn here.

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