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J.T. (Jeremy) Burman, PhD

Assistant Professor
J.T. (Jeremy) Burman, PhD


Theory and history of developmental psychology (esp. the Cold War popularization of Jean Piaget by American psychologists and educators), archival history (esp. Piaget's unpublished causality manuscripts), historiography, knowledge translation & indigenization / internationalization, taxonomic incommensurability, digital humanities, PsycINFO

Other positions

External service
-Adjunct Professor (honorific) of the graduate program in Historical, Theoretical, and Critical Studies of Psychology at York University in Toronto, Canada
-Consulting Editor, History of Psychology
-Consulting Editor, New Ideas in Psychology
-History Committee, Jean Piaget Society (esp. for the 40th anniversary celebrations in 2020)
-Liaison to the American Psychological Association’s Committee on International Relations in Psychology for the Society for the History of Psychology (APA Division 26)
-Full Member (with voting privileges) of the American Psychological Association
Internal service
-Editorial Board,
-Editorial Board, Psychology Dept website
-Curriculum committee: Writing in the psychology bachelor programme
Teaching-related extracurriculars
-Piaget in English reading group
-Piaget in French reading group
-PhD writing group
Last modified:04 December 2020 10.27 a.m.

Theory & History of Psychology at RUG