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La psicología en Argentina: pasado, presente, futuro

Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología 01/1979;
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ABSTRACT Psychology in Argentina has a long tradition, first as a part of phílosophy and later as an experimental scíence. The earliest experimental psychology laboratory was founded in Buenos Aires in 1898, being the first in Latin America. In 1958 the career of psychologist was created, inspired by the psychoanalitic model. Argentinian psychology is presentIy characterized by its emphasis on psychoanalysis and ideological factors.

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