The medieval period-roughly the 1,000 years from the classical Greco-Roman age to the Renaissance and modern erahas long been neglected in the history of psychology. Various reasons have been offered for why this period is treated so lightly, for example, that it was a Dark Age, or that it was dominated by antiintellectual Christian thought. This essay challenges such reason ing and, in conjunction with critiquing these obstacles to inquiry, provides a cursory sketch of some of the more interesting figures of this millennium to stimulate psychologists to reconsider this era.
Henley, Tracy B. and Thorne, B Michael
"The Lost Millennium: Psychology During the Middle Ages,"
The Psychological Record: Vol. 55
, Article 5.
Available at: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/tpr/vol55/iss1/5