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Publications:  Dr Edmund Ramsden

Ramsden E(2020). Realizing Healthful Housing: Devices for Data Travel in Public Health and Urban Redevelopment in the 20th Century United States. Data Journeys in the Sciences, Editors: Leonelli, S, Tempini, N, Springer Nature Switzerland AG
RAMSDEN E(2018). A Neurotic Dog’s Life: Experimental Psychiatry and the Conditional Reflex Method in the Work of W. Horsley Gantt. Isis
RAMSDEN E, Kirk R(2018). Working across species down on the farm: Howard S Liddell and the development of comparative psychopathology, c. 1923 to 1962. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
Ramsden E(2018). Tales of the unexpected: The use of narrative in studies of experimental neurosis. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 36B,
RAMSDEN EDMUND, SMITH MATTHEW(2017). Remembering the West End: social science, mental health and the American urban environment, 1939–1968. Urban History1-22.
Davies GF, Greenhough BJ, Hobson-West P, Kirk RGW, Applebee K, Bellingan LC, Berdoy M, Buller H et al.(2016). Developing a Collaborative Agenda for Humanities and Social Scientific Research on Laboratory Animal Science and Welfare. PLoS One vol. 11, (7) e0158791-e0158791.
Ramsden E(2015). Making animals alcoholic: shifting laboratory models of addiction. J Hist Behav Sci vol. 51, (2) 164-194.
Ramsden E(2014). Surveying the meritocracy: The problems of intelligence and mobility inthestudies of the Population Investigation Committee. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C :Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences vol. 47, (PA) 130-141.
Ramsden E(2014). Surveying the meritocracy: the problems of intelligence and mobility in the studies of the Population Investigation Committee. Stud Hist Philos Biol Biomed Sci vol. 47 Pt A, 130-141.
RAMSDEN E(2014). Stress in the City. Mental Health, Urban Planning, and the Social Sciences in the Postwar United States, University of Rochester Press
RAMSDEN E(2014). Stress, Shock and Adaptation in the Twentieth Century. University of Rochester Press
Ankeny RA, Leonelli S, Nelson NC, Ramsden E(2014). Making organisms model human behavior: Situated models in North-American alcohol research, since 1950. Science in Context vol. 27, (3) 485-509.
Ramsden E, Wilson D(2014). The suicidal animal: Science and the nature of self-destruction. Past and Present vol. 224, (1) 201-242.
RAMSDEN E(2011). From Rodent Utopia to Urban Hell: Population, Pathology, and the Crowded Rats of NIMH. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences vol. 102, 659-688.
RAMSDEN E(2009). Confronting the Stigma of Eugenics: Genetics, Demography and the Problems of Population. Social Studies of Science vol. 39, 853-884.
RAMSDEN E(2009). Escaping the Laboratory: The Rodent Experiments of John B. Calhoun & their Cultural Influence. Journal of Social History vol. 42, 761-792.
RAMSDEN E(2008). Eugenics from the New Deal to the Great Society: genetic demography and relations between social and biological scientists of population. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences vol. 39, 391-406.
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