History of Psychology

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The 100 Most Eminent Psychologists of the 20th Century: Steven Haggbloom
Advances in the History of Psychology: Jeremy Burman
African-American Pioneers in Psychology: Oklahoma State University
Mary Ainsworth & John Bowlby: An Ethological Approach to Personality Development
Albert Bandura: Frank Pajares
Albert Bandura Biographical Sketch: Frank Pajares
Albert Bandura: George Boeree
Bandura: Transmission of Aggression through Imitation of Aggressive Models
Behaviorism: The Early Years: Robert Wozniak
Binet: New Methods for the Diagnosis of the Intellectual Level of Subnormals
John Bowlby: The Growth of Independence in the Young Child
Breland and Breland: The Misbehavior of Organisms
Broca: Language
A Century of Psychoanalysis: Critical Retrospect and Prospect: Adolf Grunbaum
Chomsky: A Review of B.F. Skinner’s Verbal Behavior
Classics in the History of Psychology: Christopher Green
Darwin: A Biographical Sketch of an Infant
Darwin’s Origin of Species
Descartes’ Reason Discourse
Ebbinghaus: Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
The Economic Psychology of Leon Litwinski: Floyd Rudmin
Erik Erikson: George Boeree
Festinger and Carlsmith: Cognitive Consequences of Forced Compliance
Anna Freud: George Boeree
Sigmund Freud Archives
Sigmund Freud: George Boeree
Freud: Conflict & Culture
Freud: Interpretation of Dreams
Freud: The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis
Gestalt Therapy and Gestalt Psychology: Robert Sherrill
The Great Schools: Stanford Psychology
Harlow: The Nature of Love
The Historical Roots of Gestalt Therapy Theory: Rosemarie Wulf
History & Theory of Psychology Eprint Archive: Christopher Green
History of Intelligence Theory & Testing: Jonathan Plucker
History of Japanese Psychology: Oklahoma State University
History of Psychology: George Boeree
Human Intelligence: Jonathan Plucker
Karen Horney: George Boeree
William James: Frank Pajares
James: The Principles of Psychology
James: Varieties of Religious Experience
James: What is an Emotion?
Mary Cover Jones: A Laboratory Study of Fear: The Case of Peter
Carl Jung: George Boeree
Jung: Psychological Types
Elizabeth Loftus: A History of Psychology in Autobiography
Abraham Maslow: George Boeree
Maslow: A Theory of Human Motivation
Miller: The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two
Mind and Body: Descartes to William James
Mind, Brain and Adaptation in the Nineteenth Century: Cerebral Localization and Its Biological Context from Gall to Ferrier: Robert Young
An Oral History of Gestalt Therapy: The Gestalt Journal
The Origins of Attachment Theory: John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth: Inge Bretherton
Pavlov: Conditioned Reflexes: An Investigation of the Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex
Perls: A Life Chronology
Jean Piaget: George Boeree
Piaget: The Moral Judgment of the Child
Postmodernism and Psychology: Louis Hoffman
Rogers: Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy
Rogers: Some Observations on the Organization of Personality
B.F. Skinner: George Boeree
Skinner: Are Theories of Learning Necessary?
Sherif: Intergroup Conflict and Cooperation: The Robbers Cave Experiment
Skinner: A Brief Biography
Skinner: Science and Human Behavior
Skinner: “Superstition” in the Pigeon
Skinner as Self-Manager: Robert Epstein
Szasz: The Medicalization of American Life
Szasz: The Myth of Mental Illness
Thomas Szasz: szasz.com
Thorndike: Animal Intelligence
Thorndike’s Puzzle Boxes and the Origins of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior: Paul Chance
Titchener: The Schema of Introspection
Endel Tulving: science.ca
Turing: Computing Machinery and Intelligence
Lev Vygotsky Archive
John Broadus Watson and Psychology from the Standpoint of a Behaviorist: Robert Wozniak
John Watson, I-O Psychologist: Diane DiClemente
Watson: Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It
Watson and Rayner: Conditioned Emotional Reactions
John Watson and Little Albert: YouTube
Wertheimer: Laws of Organization in Perceptual Forms
Women in Psychology: Oklahoma State University
Wundt: Outlines of Psychology
Zimbardo: A Study of Prisoners and Guards in a Simulated Prison
Zimbardo: Stanford Prison Experiment