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John Flügel (946)

Interests
Experimental psychology, history of psychology, personality and social psychoanalysis, psychology
Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
British
Born
1884, Liverpool, England
Died
1955, London, England
Short Biography
John Carl Flügel (or Flügel) (13 June 1884 – 6 August 1955), was a British psychologist and psychoanalyst. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • John Locke Scholar in Mental Philosophy
  • BA University of Oxford, 1908
  • DSc University of London, 1929
  • Hon. FBPsS
Appointments & Honors
  • University College, London, Demonstrator, 1909, Assistant, 1910, Senior Lecturer, 1920, Assistant Professor, 1929-55
  • BPsS, Hon. Secretary, 1911-20, Hon. Librarian, 1921-32, President, 1932-5
  • Hon. Secretary, International Psychoanalytical Association, 1920-2
  • Carpenter Medallist, University of London, 1931
  • Conway Memorial Lecturer, 1941
  • Chairman, Programme Committee, International Congress on Mental Health, 1948
  • President, British Association Section J, 1950
  • Hon. Member, Indian Psychological Association
Principal Publications
  • 1909 Further observations on the variation of the intensity of visual sensation with the duration of the stimulus. British Journal of Psychology, 3, 178-207 (with W. McDougall).
  • 1913 Some observations on local fatigue in illusions of reversible perspective. British Journal of Psychology, 6, Pt I.
  • 1913 The influence of attention in illusions of reversible perspective. British Journal of Psychology, 357.
  • 1921 The Psycho-analytic Study of the Family. Hogarth.
  • 1929 On mental attitude to present day clothes - report on a questionnaire. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 9, Pt 2.
  • 1929 Clothes symbolism and clothes ambivalence. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis.
  • 1930 The Psychology of Clothes. Hogarth.
  • 1933 A Hundred Years of Psychology (l833-I933): Parts I-4. Duckworth.
  • 1934 Some Recent Studies of Mental Oscillation from the Psychological Laboratory. University College, London.
  • 1934 Men and their Motives. Kegan Paul.
  • 1936 The Tannhauser motif. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 15, Pt 4. 194;5 Man, Morals and Society. Kegan Paul.
  • 1945 Careers in Psychology and Certain Allied Fields. BPS.
  • 1947 A Hundred Years of Psychology: Parts 1-5. Duckworth.
  • 1947 Population, Psychology and Peace. Duckworth.
  • 1955 Studies in Feeling and Desire. Duckworth.
  • 1963 A Hundred Years of Psychology: Parts 1.-5 Revised. Duckworth.