Enrichment of words by visual images

some recent developments


  • Josef Brožek Lehigh University


visual images, pictorial history of psychology, teaching of the history of psychology


In this report we have dealt with three ways of enriching words by visual images: Slides, books on pictorial history of psychology, and videos. We noted films produced in the 1960s by R. I. Evans. Each approach has its limitations and its merits. Taken all together, they constitute a significant addition to the printed word and to lectures, thus broadening the tool kit of both the learners and teachers of the history of psychology.


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Biografia do Autor

Josef Brožek, Lehigh University

is a retired Professor of Psychology and Researcher at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, U.S.A. He was born in 1913, in the city of Melnik, in Bohemia, and became a North American citizen in 1945. He received his PhD at Charles University, in Prague, Czech Republic. Since 1936, he assumed teaching positions at important European and North American universities, such as the M.I.T.  (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), where he worked from 1980 to 1981. Among his numerous published works, particular attention has been given to those regarding Behaviour in Undernourishment and History of Psychology. He is one of the pioneers in the research field of History of Modern Psychology.




Como Citar

Brožek, J. (2002). Enrichment of words by visual images: some recent developments. Memorandum: Memória E História Em Psicologia, 3, 50–54. Recuperado de https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/memorandum/article/view/6814