Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Any critical psychologists in the Netherlands?

Somebody who reads this blog would like to know if there are any critical psychologists in the Netherlands. Are there?


Anonymous wendy said...

yes there are critical psychologists in the netherlands and belgium

5:23 pm  
Anonymous wendy said...

look for david ingleby and philippe van haute on the web

5:27 pm  
Blogger Martin said...

Somebody else e-mailed me about this and mentioned Len Holdstock and two others (whom he thinks are in
Holland)- Hermans and Kempen. They have been working in the area of cultural psychology.

10:17 pm  
Blogger Desmond said...

Hermans is well known for his work on the dialogical self; Kempens is dead, I think. You can also try Paul Voestermans, who used to work at the University of Nijmegen. At Utrecht University I know of Janneke Mens-Verhulst, and in Amsterdam, Jeroen Jansz. I have a sense that Russel Spears, who edited a book on Marxism and Psychology with Ian Parker about a decade ago, is also in the Netherlands.

12:03 pm  
Blogger Martin said...

I imagine there must also be quite a few Dutch psychologists who would describe themselves as feminists. Maybe we should invent a "spot the critical psychologist" board game...

8:41 pm  
Blogger Arwen said...

Great, thanks everyone for the leads.

8:27 pm  
Anonymous wendy leyn said...

look also for the flemish psychologist eric rosseel and his dutch weblog psychiatrie en samenleving

10:38 am  
Blogger eric rosseel said...

for flemish critical psychology
see http://psychiatrie.blogse.nl

10:55 am  

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