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Histories of Psychology in Argentina Academic Psychology in Argentina. Between Paris and Buenos Aires: Rose defines a technological conception of Psychology as a field of expertise and enntre sum of coordinated actions on social regulation of the private self. This is why during the first two decades after the creation of courses many debates on the professional role took place, specially that one between psychologists and doctors about the practice of psychotherapy.

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A critical history of psychology. As a consequence of that, students and many professors who had been laid off started to work to reorganize the university under the principles of the reform.

In Argentina, Psychology courses were created in the mid-fifties, almost ten years after other Latin America countries. Mercante elaborated an Educational Psychology developed in Pxris Plata, far from the psychopathological and criminological approach in Buenos Aires.

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Retrieved from ente https: Furthermore, a legal framework for the professional practice of Psychology was not established until This page was last edited on 22 Septemberat In this perspective, Psychology is a natural science, considering that psychological abilities are part of biological faculties. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The creation of Psychology Degree Courses in Argentina In Argentina, Psychology courses were created in the mid-fifties, almost ten years after other Latin America countries.

However, the development of academic Psychology included philosophical problems and was used to provide scientific grounds to state policies.

Psychology, Power, and Personhood pp. Ingenierosa psychiatrist, sociologist and professor of the second course of Psychology inportrays psychological knowledge as a part of biological sciences.

The invention of the psychologist However, in the middle sixties, most psychologists were psychoanalytical therapists. Talak and A. In addition to this, some psychoanalysts from APA were starting to work outside the institution, in different experiences such as group psychotherapy at hospitals.

In Inventing our Selves. They had two characteristics in common: Binet, developed a series of tests destined to give a theoretical background for educational problems.

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Views Read Edit View history. It should be stressed that in the case of Psychology as a discipline, it buneos present in the Argentine academy before, though just as a part of the curricula of other disciplines, like Philosophy or Law.

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In other languages Add links. In La Plata, the first courses of Psychology took a different approach.

The Invention of a Main Science. Ingenieros considered that Psychology could be practical knowledge, providing scientific legitimation to Criminology and a new approach: Talak shows, V.

In this perspective, Psychology in Argentina was able to develop a common ground with other fields of knowledge such as Pedagogy, Biology, Medicine and Criminology. Mercante, inspired by the work of A. In that regard, and contrary to the present curricula, Psychoanalysis was not the mainstream on the education of the first psychologists. The First Developments of Psychology in Argentina — Freud in the Pampas: Psychoanalysis on the debates about psychologist professional role: Nevertheless, it should be noted that the specific tasks and obligations of psychologists were not clearly defined.

Dagfal indicate that these courses were a response to some social demands, taking into account the importance of scientific knowledge in Argentinian positivism.