Notes on a Social Psychology of Thinking: A comparison of Bartlett and Moscovici

  • Brady Wagoner Aalborg University


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Author Biography

Brady Wagoner, Aalborg University

BRADY WAGONER completed his Ph.D. at University of Cambridge and is now associate

professor of psychology at Aalborg University, Denmark. His interests include cultural

psychology, the history and philosophy of psychology, constructive memory, existentialism,

pragmatism and the absurd pursuit of mountain summits. He is on the editorial board of Culture

& Psychology, Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior and Integrative Psychological and

Behavioral Science, and is co-founding editor of Psychology & Society [accessed at: ]. Additionally, he is a co-creator of the Sir Frederic

Bartlett Internet Archive [accessed at: ] and has published

Symbolic Transformation: The Mind in Movement through Culture and Society (Routledge),

Dialogicality in Focus (Nova) and most recently Culture and Social Change: Transforming

Society through the Power of Ideas (Info Age). He is currently working on a book titled Bartlett

in Reconstruction: Where Culture and Mind Meet (Cambridge).