David B. Baker
Ph.D. Texas A & M University
Margaret Clark Morgan Director: Archives of the History of American Psychology
Office: Arts and Science Building, room 362
Phone: (330) 972-6717
David B. Baker
is the Margaret Clark Morgan Director of the Archives of the History of American Psychology and professor of psychology. He received his Ph.D. in 1988 from Texas A & M University. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science. As a historian of psychology, he teaches the history of psychology at the undergraduate and graduate level, and does research and writing on the rise of professional psychology in America during the 20th century.
Baker, D. B., & Subich, L. (in press). Counseling psychology: Historical perspectives. Biennial
review of counseling psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage Publications.
Baker, D. B., & Benjamin, L. T., Jr. (in press). Conducting research on the history of psychology.
In S. Davis & B. Buskist (Eds.). The handbook of 21st century psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA.:
Baker, D. B. (in press). The archival record and the history of psychology: Saving our past to
secure our future. Revista de historia de la psicología.
Baker, D. B. (2007). Donald G. Paterson: Psychology in the Minnesota tradition. The Minnesota
Psychologist, 56, 5-9.
Baker, D. B. & Mahoney, K. (2007). The measure of a nation: The USDA and the rise of survey
methodology. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 71, 97-113.
Dr. Baker's Vita
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