Początki polskiego czasopiśmiennictwa psychologicznego
Rocznik: 1995 Tom: 1 Numer: 1
Up to now, the date 1928, eight years after restoration of independent Poland, has been considered to mark the first publication of a Polish journal of psychology. The article argues that, in fact, the first Polish psychology serial, and the first toinclude the term psychology in its title, was Prace z Psychologii Doświadczalnej (the Experimental Psychology Monographs), or in its editor's translation L'Anne Psychologique Polonaise.The serial appeared in 1913, five years before the formation of the Polish Republic in 1918, and was edited by Edward Abramowski (1888-1918). Before that time, Polish psychologists contributed toPrzeglądPedagogiczny (the PedagogicalReview), founded in 1882 and the Przegląd Filozoficzny(the Philosophical Review), foundedin 1897. The evolution of serial publishing in psychology, including its historical context, the period of Poland's partition and occupation, is discussed.