Psychology Resources
at Clark University

Psychology Department

21st century research and teaching today at The Frances L. Hiatt School of Psychology offers graduate and undergraduate students opportunities to explore various theoretical approaches while working closely with faculty on research that continues Clark’s tradition of innovation and transformative, real-world practice.

Some current Clark psychology faculty research topics:

Socio-cultural constructions of masculinity and developing treatment for men with depression

Processes that affect marital/couple health and deterioration

Children's self-regulation and factors that enable socializers to provide motivationally supportive environments

The role of race, ethnicity and social class on psychopathology

The study of young adults' self as an autodialogic process

Language development and language socialization

Symbolic development in young children

Feelings, how they arise, may be controlled, affect behavior and are organized

Cultural identity formation in the context of migration and globalization

Work-family linkages, roles and responsibilities, mental health, and quality of personal relationships across the transition to parenthood among lesbian couples

Life-span health psychology

Resources

Resources

Frances L. Hiatt School of Psychology at Clark University

http://www.freudfile.org/

The Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung Lectures at Clark University

The G. Stanley Hall Collection at Clark University

The G. H. Blakeslee Collection at Clark University

About Clark: Historical Timeline

Sigmund Freud in America

Historical Freud background

America in 1909

Amazon.com's compendium of Freud titles

The Rise of Psychotherapy in the United States by Jonathan Engel (Gotham Books).

Revolution in Mind: The Creation of Psychoanalysis by George Makari

The Interpretation of Murder, a novel by Jed Rubenfeld.

Living in the Shadow of the Freud Family by Sophie Freud (Greenwood Publishing 2007).

American Psychiatric Association

American Psychological Association

American Psychoanalytic Association

Evans, R.B., & Koelsch, W. A. (1985). Psychoanalysis arrives in America: The 1909 psychology conference at Clark University. American Psychologist, 40, 942-948.

Hornstein, G. A. (1992). The return of the repressed: Psychology's problematic relations with psychoanalysis, 1909-1960. American Psychologist, 47, 254-263.

McGuire, W. (Ed.) (1974). The Freud-Jung letters: The correspondence between Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Rosenzweig, S. (1994). The historic expedition to America (1909): Freud, Jung, and Hall the kingmaker. St. Louis: Rana House. (contains translations of Freud's five lectures at Clark University)

Freud in the Media

Freud's Friends and Enemies One Hundred Years Later
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Psychology Today Feb. 2010

Freud’s German no Problem
Worcester Telegram & Gazette 11/12/2009

When Sigmund Came to Clark
Worcester Telegram & Gazette 11/11/2009

Clark University celebrates Freud
Boston.com, Brainiac blog, 10/02/2009

Freud in America! 100 years Ago This Month
Huffington Post, 09/22/2009.

Psychoanalysis, American style
Monitor on Psychology magazine “TIME CAPSULE” Sept. 2009

Analyze this piece of history
Worcester Telegram & Gazette 9/17/2009

This Day in Scientific History (Freud Gives 1st American Lecture)
A Boat Against the Current (blog) 09/07/2009

100 Years of Freud
KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio 09/04/2009

Clark Notes Centenary of Historic Freud Visit
Psychiatric News 09/04/2009

Freud's Adirondack Vacation
New York Times Op-ed 08/29/2009

Freud in Massachusetts
BBC/Public Radio International/WGBH "The World" 08/28/2009

Sigmund Freud, homeland security and the Irish: Their history on the Hoboken waterfront
The Jersey Journal 08/26/2009

One Hundred Years of Freud in America
Wall Street Journal 08/06/2009

Within you, without you
Financial Times, London 07/11/2009

Freud in the New World
American Journal of Psychiatry (American Psychiatric Association) 06/01/2009

"Still Crazy After All These Years" by Scott Stossel
www.nytimes.com, 12/21/08

"Our Viennese Friend," by George Prochnik
The Boston Globe, 08/20/06

"Dreamland: The Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society and Its Circle, 1926-1972," Coney Island Museum, Brooklyn, NY, July 11, 2009 - March 21, 2010
www.nytimes.com