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American Psychological Association Historical Database
Searchable by date or keyword.
AmoebaWeb: History of Psychology
Directory of links to history of psychology content. Maintained by Douglas Degelman, Professor of Psychology at Vanguard University of Southern California.
Canadian Psychological Association, History & Philosophy of Psychology Section
Information about the section.
Cheiron: International Society for the History of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Concerned with the history of psychology and related studies. Includes meetings and list of officers.
Chronology of Psychology
Milestones in the treatment of the mentally ill, history of psychological treatments and institutions, and notable persons and publications, from the Middle Ages through 1997.
Critical Psychology in South Africa: Looking back and looking forwards
Compares the development of the field of clinical psychology in South Africa to the rest of the world, as well as the detachment from political and race relations problems from 1994 to 2004. Page also describes the development of the field in general over the years.
European Society for the History of the Human Sciences
ESHHS brings together individuals interested in the history of psychology, anthropology, sociology, economy, and other human sciences.
European Traces of the History of Psychology
Photos and brief descriptions of sites in Europe associated with distinguished contributors to psychological science.
Experience and Theory as Determinants of Attitudes toward Mental Representation
Account of an important episode in the development of the Behaviorist movement in psychology.
Forum for History of Human Science
An interest group within the History of Science Society, which brings together historians of economics, anthropology, psychology, sociology, and medicine.
Freud: A Socratic Statesman
Discusses Plato and Freud's description of the soul (psyche) in terms of an internal conflict for authority over the individual. Elaborates this into an understanding of internal politics.
Georg Elias Muller
Information on the life and works of this important pioneer of experimental/physiological psychology.
Gestalt Theory Resources Center
Gestalt theory and Gestalt psychology resources - including a Gestalt Theory glossary, brief biographies of the founders of Gestalt Theory, and links.
Hall of Fame : Great Psychologists
Brief biographies of the all time great psychologists and their work, such as background information about Freud, Pavlov, Maslow, and Allport.
HISTNEUR-L: The History of Neuroscience Internet Forum
Features announcements, inquiries and discussion on access to historical sources and their use and interpretation.
History & Theory of Psychology
Bulletin board for posting questions and answers about these topics.
The History of Psychology
Etext written by a professor in the Psychology Department at Shippensburg University, PA.
The History of Psychology
From the University of Dayton. Resources on many figures in the history of psychology, and history of psychology trivia.
History of Psychology (journal)
Home page of the print journal, with information and tables of contents.
History of the Brain
A timeline of the development of our understanding of the brain, from 4000 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
The History and Theory of Psychology eprints archive. Gives access to online versions of articles in these areas. Registered users may also deposit appropriate material.
Important Scientists in the Early Development of Comparative Cognition
Profiles and works of researchers and observers who made important contributions to the field of comparative animal cognition.
International Society for the History of the Neurosciences
Dedicated to promoting interest, education and research in the history of the neurosciences.
John Broadus Watson (1878-1958)
Discusses the psychologist's childhood, university days, work at Johns Hopkins, infidelity scandal, advertising job, farm life and later acknowledgments. Includes copies of original photos of people and manuscripts.
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
Home page of the longest established print journal in the field, with tables of contents back to 1996.
The Knight Dunlap Page
Information on Knight Dunlap, a significant, but largely forgotten pioneer of American Psychology.
Leonardo da Vinci's Contributions to Neuroscience
Includes anatomical drawings by Leonardo and extracts from his writings in brain function, plus Medieval and Renaissance diagrams of the brain, its ventricles, and their function in cognition.
The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two
Classic 1956 paper by George A. Miller that helped spark the Cognitive Revolution.
The Max Wertheimer Page
Life and work of the founder of Gestalt Psychology, with Wertheimer links.
Brazilian e-journal. In Portuguese and English.
Milestones in the History of Neuroscience.
A detailed timeline running from 4000 B.C. to 1997, plus a list of useful reference works and links.
Mind and Body: Rene Descartes to William James
By Robert H. Wozniak, Bryn Mawr College.
Museum of the History of Psychological Instrumentation
Psychological lore and instrumentation with downloadable illustrations showing collections of early psychological laboratory research apparatus.
Neuroscience History Archives
Based at the UCLA Brain Research Institute. Identifies, collects, and preserves primary source material of twentieth century American neuroscience.
The Pre-History of Cognitive Science
An annotated bibliography of the models of human cognition of Berkeley, Burton, Hobbes, and Locke.
Psychology, Society, and Ability Testing
Eight chapters describing the rise of standardized testing in animal, school, vocational, and military settings.
Reviews the history and evolution of psychology from ancient Greece to the present day.
RETICULUM: Neuroscience History Resources
A gateway to events, associations, opportunities, and Internet resources for history and historians of basic, clinical, and behavioral neuroscience.
Information about this Catholic disciple of Freud and Adler who made his own distinctive contributions to psychodynamic theory. Also provides information on related thinkers Anna Terruwe, Conrad W. Baars, and Louis Jugnet.
Condensed edition of Descartes' 'Meditatione', with study notes and glossary
The Virtual Laboratory
A resource for the history of the human sciences (especially psychology) and the "experimentalization of life," archiving historical texts and images, as well as new essays. Site is in English, but much of the archived material is in German.
Information on and readings from pioneering American psychologist William James.
William James Discussion Forum
Discussion forum and live chat devoted to William James' works.
Women in Psychology
Brief biographies and bibliographies of some female psychologists of various races, ages, and sexual orientations.
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