Christopher Green's web project offers
e-versions of complete texts of classic books & articles in psychology
indexed by author &
J. M. Baldwin's 1901 wordbook offers an
extensive list of definitions of technical terminology & capsule
identifications of major figures up to the beginning of the 20th c. (hypertexted
for quick reference by Classics
in the History of Psychology).
Deep web archive of works by & about the
American social psychologist George
Herbert Mead and his intellectual heirs offers a hyperlinked
inventory of complete e-texts & a
of significant events in the development of psychology from 1840-1935. (Brock
Emory U's Health Sciences Library's
searchable index sorts internet resources by topics such as
Abraham Brill Library network offers links to
WWW resources on Sigmund
Freud, psychology &
mental health, & the world's
Homepage for public television series features
catalog of video library &
sample transcripts of Jeffrey
Mishlove's interviews with over 200 leading intellectuals.
Multidisciplinary journal provides selected
on-line articles, abstracts & e-mail debate relating classic theories of
consciousness to new research & technologies.
Michael E. Nielson introduces the
for research in the discipline. Sketches of
theorists include Freud, Jung, Adler,
Gordon Allport, Abraham Maslow & William James. Detailed cases of
abuse in a religious cult,
deprogramming, & analysis of the
Greek psychiatrist Nikitas Kafkios
maintains an extensive list of on-line resources relevant to
psychotheraphy, integration & religion (with special attention to Greek
Besides a comprehensive set of links to
professional sources & journals,
Gene Thursby's well-constructed gateway provides annotated links to resources
on the history
of psychology, mental
psychology, & the psychology
Russell A. Dewey's award winning site provides
full hypertext versions of 2 classics in the psychology of religion (William
of Religious Experience &
of Dreams) along with links to
other religion-related web pages.
Includes Myron Pulier's alpha index of links to
over 4700 mental health organizations (UMDMJ).
1890 textbook posted by Classics
in the History of Psychology (York U).
Chapter 11 from James' Psychology (1892)
posted by Classics in the
History of Psychology (York U).