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History of Psychology


Influential People

American Psychological Association Division 26
Division 26 is dedicated to the study of the history of psychology.
Classics in the History of Psychology
The texts to many classic psychology articles are available at this site.
Gestalt Therapy and Psychology
Article provides some history of Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology.
History of Psychology Daily Calendar
Calendar chronicles key events in the history of psychology.
Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
This article is about Ebbinghaus' famous experiment about memory and learning.
Milestones in Neuroscience Research
This site provides a detailed timeline of the major events that occurred during the history of neuroscience.
Social Psychology: Once Overlooked, Now a Staple
Article discusses the history of social psychology and the subject matter it entails.
The Nature of Love
Article discusses love and Harlow's famous experiment involving wire mesh monkey mothers.

Influential People

Eugen Bleuler
Site provides a brief biography of Eugen Bleuler. He was the first to use the term "schizophrenia."
Important People and Discoveries in Psychology
PBS provides brief biographies and short synopses of people and events that played a significant role in the development of psychology.
Otto Rank
Site provides a biography of Otto Rank as well as some Rankian essays.
The Husserl Page
Site provides a biography of Husserl, as well as an archives and some on-line texts.

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