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The Genetic Epistemology of Jean Piaget

On Kuhn’s case, and Piaget’s: A critical two-sited hauntology (or, on impact without reference)

Development

Through the looking-glass: PsycINFO as an historical archive of trends in psychology

Reflections upon having been elected a fellow of APA

Invited review of "The evolution of knowledge: Rethinking science for the Anthropocene," by Jürgen Renn

Meaning-Change Through the Mistaken Mirror: On the Indeterminacy of “Wundt” and “Piaget” in Translation

Commentary: Why Study the History of Neuroscience?

Haiku for the History of Psychology

[Invited book review of Theodore M. Porter. Genetics in the Madhouse: The Unknown History of Human Heredity.]

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Press/media

Episode 8. Jeremy Burman on the "unknown Piaget"

The life cycle of an expat: The one year slump

Mindwise Groningen: "A History of Meaning - Jeremy Burman"

Society for the History of Psychology News

Memes, um fenómeno viral que a Biologia sabe explicar

Por qué algunos memes se vuelven virales (y otros no)

Spotlight on Science: Jeremy Trevelyan Burman

Spotlight on Science: Jeremy Trevelyan Burman

Understanding Self-Regulation: Why Stressed Students Struggle to Learn

Self-regulation in class

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