BA, Gordon College
MA, York University
PhD, York University
Society for the History of Psychology Early Career Award (2019)
The Cheiron Young Scholar Award, 2016
Rodkey, E. N. & Vaughn Johnson, K. (2017). Problematic women: Psychology, gender, and health in North America. Revista Psicologia e Saúde, 10, 3, 71-85.
(2016). Far more than dutiful daughter: Milicent Washburn Shinn’s child study and education advocacy after 1898. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 177, 209-230.
(2015). The visual cliff’s forgotten menagerie: Rats, goats, babies, and myth-making in the history of psychology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 51, 113-140.
Young, J., Rodkey, E. N., & Rutherford, A. (2015). Sparking the historical imagination: Strategies for teaching conceptual and historical issues in psychology. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 16, 61-68.
Rutherford, A., Vaughn-Johnson, K., Rodkey, E. N. (2015). Does psychology have a gender? The Psychologist, 26, 508-510.
Rodkey, E. N. & Pillai Riddell, R. (2013). The infancy of infant pain research: The experimental origins of infant pain denial. Journal of Pain, 14, 338-350.
Gul, P., Korosteliov, A., Caplan, L., Ball, L. C., Bazar, J. L., Rodkey, E. N., Sheese, K., Young, J., & Rutherford, A. (2013). Reconstructing the experiences of first generation women in Canadian psychology. Canadian Psychology, 54, 94-104.
(2013). Gertrude Stein (1874-1946), would-be psychologist. The Feminist Psychologist, 40, 8-10.
Ball, L. C., Bazar, J. L., MacKay, J., Rodkey, E. N., Rutherford, A., & Young, J. L. (2013). Using Psychology’s Feminist Voices in the classroom. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 37, 261-266.
(2011). Last of the Mohicans? James McCosh and psychology ‘old’ and ‘new.’ History of Psychology, 14, 335-355.