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History of Psychology: Bibliographies

Bibliographies: Publications By or About

Fried, S. B. (1994). American popular psychology: An interdisciplinary research guide. New York: Garland.
[Ref. BF 108 .U5 F75 1994]
Selective bibliography covering the period from 1950-1992.

Gottsegen, G. B., & Gottsegen, A. J. (1980). Humanistic psychology: A guide to information sources. Detroit: Gale.
[Ref. BF 204 .G67 1980]
Basic resources for history of psychology; of some biographical use. Becoming dated.

Grinstein, A. (1956). The index of psychoanalytic writings (Vols. 1-5). New York: International Universities Press.
[Ref. BF 173 .A2 G7 1956]
Revision of John Rickman's Index Psychoanalyticus 1893-1926, covering 1900-1952.

Viney, W., Wertheimer, M., & Wertheimer, M. L. (1979). History of psychology: A guide to information sources. Detroit: Gale.
[Ref. BF 81 .V5 1979]
Basic resource for history of psychology; of some biographical use. Becoming dated.

Watson, R. I. (Ed.). (1974-1976). Eminent contributors to psychology (Vols. 1-2). New York: Springer.
[Ref. BF 121 .W37]
A standard source. Volume I contains a bibliography of primary references for psychologists and people in related fields who lived between 1600 and 1967. Volume II contains a bibliography of secondary references for the same people.