Jeremy T. Burman

2016- Psychology University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands 
History of psychology, theory of psychology, Jean Piaget

Tenured senior assistant professor of Theory & History of Psychology. Formerly of Toronto and Geneva.

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Burman JT. (2020) On Kuhn's case, and Piaget's: A critical two-sited hauntology (or, On impact without reference). History of the Human Sciences. 33: 129-159
Burman JT. (2020) On the implications of object permanence: Microhistorical insights from Piaget's new theory. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e124
Burman JT. (2018) Digital methods can help you . . . If you're careful, critical, and not historiographically naïve. History of Psychology. 21: 297-301
Burman JT. (2018) Through the looking-glass: PsycINFO as an historical archive of trends in psychology. History of Psychology. 21: 302-333
Burman JT. (2018) What Is History of Psychology? Network Analysis of Journal Citation Reports, 2009-2015 Sage Open. 8: 215824401876300
Burman JT. (2017) Philosophical histories can be contextual without being sociological: Comment on Araujo’s historiography Theory & Psychology. 27: 117-125
Ratcliff M, Burman J. (2017) The mobile frontiers of Piaget’s psychology. From academic tourism to interdisciplinary collaboration / Las fronteras móviles de la psicología de Piaget. Del turismo académico a la colaboración interdisciplinaria Estudios De PsicologíA. 38: 4-36
Burman JT. (2016) Piaget’s neo-Gödelian turn: Between biology and logic, origins of the New Theory Theory & Psychology. 26: 751-772
Burman JT, Green CD, Shanker S. (2015) On the Meanings of Self-Regulation: Digital Humanities in Service of Conceptual Clarity. Child Development. 86: 1507-21
Green CD, Feinerer I, Burman JT. (2015) Searching for the structure of early American psychology: Networking Psychological Review, 1909-1923. History of Psychology. 18: 196-204
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