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Select Publications from the Psychology’s Feminist Voices Lab Collective


Books and Edited Journal Issues

Rutherford, A. (under contract). The science and politics of gender: Feminist psychology and its publics in late-20th century America. New York and London: Oxford University Press.


Rutherford, A. & Hegarty, P. (2019). 50 Years Since Stonewall: The Science and Politics of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity. American Psychologist, (). 


Rutherford, A. (Ed.) (2017). After Untold Lives: Women, gender, and feminism in the history of psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53(3). [Whole issue].


Pettit, M. J., & Young, J. L. (Eds.). (2017). Psychology and its publics [Special Issue]. History of the Human Sciences, 30 (4).


Rutherford, A. & Pettit, M. (Eds.) (2015). Feminism and/in/as psychology. History of Psychology, 18(3) [Whole issue]


Rutherford, A., Capdevila, R., Undurti, V., & Palmary, I. (Eds.) (2011). Handbook of international feminisms: Perspectives on psychology, women, culture, and rights. New York: Springer SBM.


Pickren, W. E. & Rutherford, A. (2010). A history of modern psychology in context. New York: Wiley.



Journal Articles

Young, J. L., & Hegarty, P. (2019). Reasonable men: Sexual harrassment and norms of conduct in social psychology. Feminism & Psychology, 29(3).  


Rutherford, A. (2018). Feminism, psychology, and the gendering of neoliberal subjectivity: From critique to disruption. Theory & Psychology, 28(5), 619-644.


Rodkey, E. & Vaughn-Johnson, K. (2018). Problematic women: psychology, gender, and health in North America. Revista Psicologia e Saúde, 10(2), 71-83.


Lee, S.F., & Young, J.L.(2018) Atenção aos detalhes: a história e filosofia da psicologia da saúde e mindfulness. Revista Psicologia e Saúde, 10(2), 25-39


Young, J. L. (2018). The long history of big data in Psychology. The American Journal of Psychology, 131(4), 477-482.


Rodkey, E. N. (2017). “Very much in love”: The letters of Magda Arnold and Father John Gasson. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53, 286-304.


Rutherford, A. (2017). Surveying rape: Feminist social science and the ontological politics of sexual assault. History of the Human Sciences, 30(4), 100-123.


Rutherford, A. (2017). Contextualizing a life in science: Janet Spence and the history of women and gender in American psychology. Sex Roles, 77, 757–764.


Rutherford, A. (2017). “Making better use of U.S. women:” Psychology, sex roles, and womanpower in post-WWII America. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53, 228-245.


Rutherford, A. & Milar, K. (2017). “The difference being a woman made”: Untold Lives in personal and intellectual context. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53, 221-227.


Fox Lee, S., Rutherford, A., & Pettit, M. (2016). “Functionalism, Darwinism, and the Psychology of Women” as critical feminist history of psychology: Discourse communities and citation practices. Feminism & Psychology, 26(3), 254-271.


Rodkey, E. N. (2016). Far more than dutiful daughter: Milicent Washburn Shinn’s child study and education advocacy after 1898. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 177, 209-230.


Kim, S. & Rutherford, A. (2015). From seduction to sexism: Feminists challenge the ethics of therapist-client sexual relations in 1970s America. History of Psychology, 18(3), 283-296.


Rodkey, E. N. (2015). The visual cliff’s forgotten menagerie: Rats, goats, babies, and myth-making in the history of psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 51, 113-140.


Rutherford, A. & Pettit, M. (2015). Feminism and/in/as psychology: The public sciences of sex and gender. History of Psychology, 18(3), 223-237.


Young, J. L., Rodkey, E. N., & Rutherford, A. (2015). Sparking the historical imagination: Strategies for teaching conceptual and historical issues in psychology. History and Philosophy of Psychology [Special Issue: Teaching & Learning on the Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology (CHIP): Practical Guides to Innovative Approaches], 16, 61-68.


Young, J. L. (2015). Test or toy? Materiality and the measurement of infant intelligence. History of Psychology, 18, 103-118.


Rutherford, A. (2015). Maintaining masculinity in mid-20th century American psychology: Edwin Boring, scientific eminence, and the “woman problem.” Osiris: Scientific Masculinities, 30, 250-271.


Ball, L. C., Bazar, J., MacKay, J., Rodkey, E., Rutherford, A. & Young, J. L. (2013). Using Psychology’s Feminist Voices in the classroom, Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37(2), 261-266.


Gul, P., Caplan, L., Korostoliev, A., Ball, L. C., Bazar, J., Rodkey, E., Young, J. L., Sheese, K., & Rutherford, A. (2013). Reconstructing the experiences of first generation women in Canadian psychology. Canadian Psychology, 54(2), 94-104.


Held, L. & Rutherford, A. (2012). Can’t a mother sing the blues? Postpartum depression and the construction of motherhood in late 20th-century America. History of Psychology, 15(2), 107-123


MacKay, J. & Rutherford, A. (2012). Feminist women’s accounts of depression. Affilia, 27(2), 180-189.


Rutherford, A. (2011). Sexual violence against women: Putting rape research in context. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 35(2), 342-347.


Rutherford, A., Unger, R., & Cherry, F. (2011). Reclaiming SPSSI’s sociological past: Marie Jahoda and the immersion tradition in social psychology. Journal of Social Issues, 67(1), 42-58.


Rutherford, A., Vaughn-Blount, K., & Ball, L.C. (2010). Responsible opposition, disruptive voices: Science, activism, and the history of feminist psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 460-473.


Unger, K. Sheese, A. Main (2010). Feminism and women Leaders in SPSSI: Social networks, ideology, and generational change. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(4), 474-485.



Book Chapters

Ruck, N. & Rutherford. A. (accepted). Scientists as (not) knowing subjects: Unpacking standpoint theory and epistemological ignorance from a psychological perspective. In K. O’Doherty and L. Osbeck (Eds.) A new psychology of science and technology. Palgrave.


Rutherford, A. (2019). Psychological perspectives on gender: An intellectual history. In R. Sternberg & W. E. Pickren, Handbook of the intellectual history of psychology: How psychological ideas have evolved from past to present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Vaughn-Johnson, K., & Rutherford, A. (i2019). Teaching Critical, Multivocal Histories of Psychology: Uncovering Diversity. In J.A. Mena & K. Quina & (Eds). Integrating Multiculturalism and Intersectionality Into the Psychology Curriculum: Strategies for Instructors. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


Scarborough, E. & Rutherford, A. (2018). Women in the APA. In W. E. Pickren & A. Rutherford (Eds.), 125 years of the American Psychological Association (pp. 321-357). Washington, DC: APA.


Rutherford, A., Sheese, K., & Ruck, N. (2015). Feminism and theoretical psychology. In J. Martin, K. Slaney, & J. Sugarman (Eds.), The Wiley handbook of theoretical and philosophical psychology (pp. 374-391). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.


Rutherford, A. & MacKay, J. (2013). From social purity to women’s liberation: A history of violence against women in the United States. In F. Denmark & J.Sigal (Eds.), Handbook of violence against women and girls: International perspectives (pp. 5-20). New York: Praeger.


Rutherford, A. Marecek, J., & Sheese, K. (2012). Psychology of women and gender. In D. K. Freedheim & I. B. Weiner (Eds.). Handbook of psychology, Volume 1: History of Psychology, Second edition (pp. 279-301). New York: Wiley.


Rutherford, A. (2012). Starting from strengths: Mamie Phipps Clark, developmental psychologist. In W. E. Pickren, D. Dewsbury, & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology, Volume VII (pp. 261-275). New York: Psychology Press.


Rutherford, A., Capdevila, R., Undurti, V., & Palmary, I. (2011). Feminisms and psychologies: Multiple meanings, diverse practices, and forging possibilities in an age of globalization. In A. Rutherford, et al. (Eds.), Handbook of international feminisms: Perspectives on psychology, women, culture, and rights (pp. 3-16). New York: Springer SBM.


Rutherford, A. & Granek, L. (2010). Emergence and development of the psychology of women. In J. Chrisler & D. McCreary (Eds.), Handbook of gender research in psychology (pp. 19-41). New York: Springer.


Rutherford, A. & Pickren, W. E. (2008). Women and minorities in psychology. In S. Davis & B. Buskist (Eds.), 21st century psychology: A reference handbook. (pp. 25-36). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Rutherford, A. & Pickren, W.E. (2008). Mamie Phipps Clark. In F.T. Leong (Ed.), Encyclopedia of counseling, Volume 4, Cross-cultural counseling. London: Sage.


Rutherford, A. (2006). Mother of behavior therapy and beyond: Mary Cover Jones and the study of the “whole child.” In D. Dewsbury, L. T. Benjamin, & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology, Vol. VI. (pp. 189-206). Washington, DC: APA.



Magazines/ Newsletters / Obituaries/ Encyclopedia Entries/Book Reviews

Ball, L. C. & Rutherford, A. (2016). Naomi Weisstein (1939-2015). American Psychologist, 71 (1), 77.


Rutherford, A., Vaughn-Johnson, K. & Rodkey, E. (2015, June). Does psychology have a gender? The Psychologist, 28(6), 2-4.


George, M. (2013). [Review of the book Investigating gender: Developing a feminist sociological imagination, by M. E. Thompson & M. Armato]. Feminism & Psychology, 23(2), 272-274.


George, M. & Rutherford, A. (2013). Margaret Mead. In K. Keith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of cross-cultural psychology. New York: Wiley.


Rodkey, E. (2013). Gertrude Stein (1874-1946), would-be psychologist. The Feminist Psychologist, 40, 8-10.


Rodkey, E. N. (2012). Shinn, Milicent (1858-1940). In R. W. Rieber (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories (pp. 991-992). New York: Springer.


Gul, P. (2012). Helena Wladimirna Antipoff (1982-1974). The Feminist Psychologist.


MacKay, J. (2011). Embodying the principal of promoting human welfare: The life of Olivia Hooker. The Feminist Psychologist, 38(4), 9 – 11.


Rodkey, E. N. (July 2011). The woman behind the visual cliff. Monitor On Psychology, 42, 30-31.


Rodkey, E. N. (2012). Gibson, Eleanor J. (1910-2002). In R. W. Rieber (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories, (pp. 489-491). New York: Springer.


Vaughn, K. (2011). Equality advocate: Alberta Banner Turner (1909-2008). The Feminist Psychologist (38)1.


Ball, L. C. & Bazar, J. (2010) ‘I tormented the doctors to operate again’: A look at patient decisions and the history of sexual surgeries. American Psychological Association Monitor 41 (11), 26.


Rutherford, A., & Vaughn-Blount, K. (2010). Georgia Babladelis (1931-2009): Breaking traditions, building foundations. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34. 5-6.


Vaughn-Blount, K. (2010). Margaret Floy Washburn. In S. Goldstein and J. Naglieri's Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag.


Vaughn-Blount, K. (2010). Christine Ladd-Franklin. In S. Goldstein and J. Naglieri's Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag.


Ball, L. C. (2009). Catharine Cox Miles. The Feminist Psychologist. 36(14).


Sheese & T. Beaulieu (2009). Review: Deborah Cameron: The Myth of Mars and Venus: Do Men and Women Really Speak Different Languages? Feminism & Psychology, 19, 145-147.


Vaughn-Blount, K. (Winter, 2009). Turning 35 with 35. The Feminist Psychologist. 36(1). 10,29.


Beaulieu, T. (2008). Surfing Feminist Waves: An Intergenerational Dialogue. The Feminist Psychologist, 35(4), 8-9.


Ball, L. & Rutherford. (2008). Women of vision: Their Psychology, Circumstances, and Success [book review]. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32(4). 491.