|History of Psychology
"Psychology has a long past, but only a short history". (Hermann Ebbinghaus, 1908)
Last Updated May 25, 2002
News and information about Div 26. Of particular interest, the History & Philosophy of Psychology Web Resources page, which has links to many sites devoted to some of the famous figures in psychology.
Classics in the History of Psychology Christopher D. Green, at York University, has reproduced the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines. You can search for articles by either : Author or Topic.
History and Systems of Psychology Dr. Harold O. Kiess, at Framingham State College, offers a History of Psychology Quiz, Links to Material on the History of Psychology, and more.
The History of Education Site Dr. Henk van Setten, at The University of Nijmegen, offers an international collection of links to online information about the history of education and childhood: from simple short overviews to academic papers.
History of Psychology Dr. C. George Boeree's e-text about the historical and philosophical background of Psychology.
History of Psychology Dr. David Likely, at The University of New Brunswick, produced the HistPsyc Headlines Pages which provide a history of important events related to psychology from 1650 through 1959 and links to related sites. He has also developed several online study aids for students interested in the history of psychology. A MegaPsych GottaSee site
History of Psychology and Philosophy Dr. John A. Allen, at George Mason University, offers one of the largest collection of links to web pages devoted to psychologists and philosophers you will find anywhere on the web.
History of Psychology Links Dr. Anthony A. Walsh, at Salve Regina University, offers about 30 links to appropriate pages.
The Lifschitz Psychology Museum Visit both the History of Psychology Exhibit and the several exhibits devoted to specific figures in the history of psychology and fields of psychology in the Museum Rotunda.
History of Neuroscience Dr. Eric H. Chudler, at the University of Washington, lists many of the major events to take place in the history of neuroscience from 4000 B.C. to the present. He also provides list of Nobel Prize recipients in the field of neuroscience.
Psybernetika This E-journal has several articles on significant figures in the history of psychology.
Timelines: Psychology 1846-1935 Lloyd G. Ward and Robert Throop, at Brock University, created a set of timelines as part of The Mead Project honoring the contributions of George Herbert Mead.
Today in the History of Psychology Dr. Warren Street, at Central Washington University, offers a sample of events in the history of psychology for every day of the year. Pick a date, any date (as they say), from the History of Psychology Calendar and see what happened on that date. APA sponsors this site, which is based on Dr. Street's book, A Chronology of Noteworthy Events in American Psychology. A MegaPsych GottaSee site.
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