By Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. van Strien (auth.), Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. Van Strien, Leendert P. Mos, William J. Baker (eds.)
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Part of the historical study of psychological objects is, therefore, concerned with the development of key categories which were eventually appropriated by modern psychology. This type of study stands in sharp contrast to what is still the most common approach to the pre-history of the discipline. That approach is characterized by a thoroughgoing naturalism which assumes that the categories of modern psychology refer to 'natural kinds' that exist as such independently of anything the psychologist might think or do.
To understand psychological objects we need some understanding of the way in which they are constituted. But that is something that has changed historically. Psychological categories, rules for producing acceptable data, and rules for arranging research situations have all been subject to quite drastic changes, and we have little hope of understanding the constitution of psychological objects without some understanding of these changes. Secondly, the construction of psychological objects is an intentional activity.
At most, one might make a distinction between those aspects of the social practice of investigators that depend on their interaction with their research subjects, and those aspects which are relatively immune to such effects. But the latter are no less social than the former, for they depend on the interaction of investigators with other investigators and with the whole social world of current disciplinary practices in which any particular investigation is em- 2 • Psychological Objects, Practice, and History 33 bedded.
Annals of Theoretical Psychology by Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. van Strien (auth.), Hans V. Rappard, Pieter J. Van Strien, Leendert P. Mos, William J. Baker (eds.)