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In addition to my editing and reviewing, I have had the privilege to be involved in many more projects than my own or my students’. These have often shaped my thinking as much as my own research. And I am delighted to collect them together here, even if only because remembering them makes me smile.

We never work alone. Sometimes, that’s made explicit.


Benjafield, J. G. (2020). Vocabulary sharing among subjects belonging to the hierarchy of sciences. Scientometrics. doi: 10.1007/s11192-020-03671-7

Noël, A.-I. (2020). La construction et le contrôle de l’image publique de Jean Piaget entre 1945 et 1980 : la contribution des médias comme vecteur d’une théorie. [Doctoral dissertation.] University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Schleim, S. (2020). Neuroenhancement as instrumental drug use: Putting the debate in a different frame. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 567497. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2020.567497

Shanker, S. (2020). Reframed: Self-reg for a just society. University of Toronto Press.


CWTS bloggers. (2019). Leiden Madtrics blog launch! Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands.


Ashton, C. (2018). Sympathy for the orcs: Evil in urban fantasy. [Doctoral dissertation.] York University, Toronto, Canada.

Fath-Kolmes, E. (2018). Context-based design – A business model architecture for an innovation centre in the energy transition. [Master thesis.] Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, Netherlands.

Flis, I. (2018). Discipline through method: Recent history and philosophy of scientific psychology (1950-2018). [Doctoral dissertation.] Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Green, C. D. (2018). Psychology and its cities: A new history of early American Psychology. Routledge.

Johnson, K. G. (2018). The effect of art training on dementia. [Doctoral dissertation.] York University, Toronto, Canada.

Ratcliff, M. (2018). Fictitious empiricism, material experiments. Conditions for thinking the Enlightenment “issue of empiricism.” In S. Bodenmann & A.-L. Rey (eds.)., What does it mean to be an empiricist? (pp. 31-43). (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, vol. 331). Springer.


Harper, K. (2017). Psychoanalysis as an interdisciplinary science: From 19th century neuropsychology to modern neuropsychoanalysis. [Doctoral dissertation.] York University, Toronto, Canada.


Ratcliff, M. (2016). Raccourci analogique et reconstruction microhistorique: Les origines du laboratoire de psychologie expérimentale de Genève en 1892. Revue d’histoire des sciences humaines, 29, 249-272. doi: 10.4000/rhsh.649

Ratcliff, M. J. (2016). Le structuralisme génétique de Jean Piaget. Entre posture structurale et constructivisme. In J.-F. Bert & J. Lamy, eds., Résonances des structuralismes (pp. 3-19). Éditions des archives contemporaines.


Davidson, I. J. (2015). “The era of skepticism”: Disciplinary controversy and crisis as detour to the Big Five. [Master thesis.] York University, Toronto, Canada.

Miceli, P. (2015). An empirical phenomenological-psychological investigation of urinary urgency in incontinent women. [Doctoral dissertation.] York University, Toronto, Canada.

Pettit, M., Serykh, D., & Green, C. D. (2015). Multispecies networks: Visualizing the psychological research of the Committee for Research in Problems of Sex. Isis, 106(1), 121-149. doi: 10.1086/681039

Ratcliff, M. J. (2015). Archives des savoirs concurrentiels et comportement archivistique: Le modèle C.R.C.A. In J.-F. Bert & M. Ratcliff, eds., Frontière d’archives: Recherches, mémoires, savoirs (pp. 17-27). Éditions des archives contemporaines.


Pina, M. & Gontier, N. (Eds.) (2014). The evolution of social communication in primates: A multidisciplinary approach. (Interdisciplinary Evolution Research series, Vol. 1., series ed. by N. Gontier & O. Pombo.) Springer.

Smail, D. L. (2014). Retour sur On Deep History and the Brain (Trans by G. Calafat). Tracés: Revue de sciences humaines, 14, 151-163. doi: 10.4000/traces.6014

Vertolli, M. (2014). Contextual coherence in the visual imagination: An interdisciplinary analysis. [Master thesis.] Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

Young, J. L. (2014). When psychologists were naturalists: Questionnaires and collecting practices in early American Psychology, 1880-1932. [Doctoral dissertation.] York University, Toronto, Canada.

2013 and before

Cox, B. D. (2013). On the difficulty in getting out of historical ruts: Waddington and an argument for behavioral epigenetics. New Ideas in Psychology, 31(3), 374-389. doi: 10.1016/j.newideapsych.2012.07.004

Martin, J. & McLellan, A. M. (2013). The education of selves: How psychology transformed students. Oxford University Press.

Milbrath, C. (2013). Socio-cultural selection and the sculpting of the human genome: Cultures’ directional forces on evolution and development. New Ideas in Psychology, 31(3), 390-406. doi: 10.1016/j.newideapsych.2012.07.005

Riegler, A. (2011). Constructivism. In L. L’Abate, ed., Paradigms in theory construction (pp. 235-255). Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-0914-4_13

Young, J. L. (2013). The Baldwin Effect and the persistent problem of preformation versus epigenesis. New Ideas in Psychology, 31(3), 355-362. doi: 10.1016/j.newideapsych.2012.07.002

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