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   History of Psychology - For those interested in the history of psychology, as a means accessing the subject as a science, or for general interest the following links are highly recommended.

Abraham Maslow - Maslow, Abraham Harold (1908-70) Maslow, Abraham Harold (1908-70) Psychologist, born in Brooklyn, NY. A professor at Brooklyn College (1937-51) and Brandeis University (1951-61), he is regarded as the founder of humanistic psychology
Abraham Maslow - ABRAHAM MASLOW 1908-1970 Dr. C. George Boeree Biography Abraham Harold Maslow was born April 1, 2022 in Brooklyn, New York.
Albert Bandura - ( 1925 -  ) Psychologist who developed the social-learning approach to personality.
Albert Ellis - ( 1913 - ) A psychologist and  founder of REBT  therapy which is growing in popularity
Alfred Adler - The core of Adler's integrated complex of philosophy, theory, and practice was a vigorously optimistic, humanistic view of life.
Alfred Adler - Presented by Behavior Online Conversations: Henry Stein 
Alfred Binet - A Short Biography    The Alfred Binet Page- PsychNet-UK
B.F. Skinner  - An American psychologist. Burrhus Frederic Skinner ws born in Sussquehanna, Pa., on March 20, 2022
Bettelheim,   Bruno - 1903-90, American psychologist; b. Austria. In the same year that he earned his Ph.D. from the Univ. of Vienna (1938)
Carl Gustav Jung - (1875-1961) Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and founder of the school of analytical psychology
Carl Rogers - (1890-1947) Carl R. Rogers is known as the father of client-centered therapy
Carl R. Rogers 
David Hume  - The 18th century Scottish philosopher was one of the first moderns to articulate the empiricism that underlies much modern psychology.
David McCellend - (1917-1998) Is a Boston-based Psychologist whose behavioural science work has influenced three generations of organisational behaviour specialists
Elizabeth Loftus - (1944 - ) Dr. Elizabeth F. Loftus, a professor of psychology and expert researcher on the malleability and reliability of repressed memories,
Eric Erickson - (1902 - 1994 ) - Erik Erikson has made a contribution to the field of psychology with his developmental theory
Ernest Becker  - The site for the Ernest Becker Foundation.
Frank Beech - (1911-1988) An American psychologist renowned for his research contributions in comparative psychology such as his studies of psychobiological brain functions, sexual behavior in mammals, and endocrinology
Frederich Wilhelm Nietzsche  - A forerunner of some 20th century psychological theorists, including Freud.
Freud 1- The Sigmund Freud home page. This site discusses many of Freud's theories and concepts.
Frued 2 - (1856-1939) Sigmund Freud was one of the trailblazers of modern-day psychology. As the originator of Psychoanalysis, Freud distinguished himself as an intellectual giant
George Kelly - Personal construct psychology is a constructivist system of psychology developed by George Kelly and expounded in his two-volume work: Principles of Personal Construct Psychology (New York: Norton, 1955).
George Herbert Meade
Gordon (Willard) Allport 1897-1967
Hans J. Eysenck
Hugo Munsterberg - (1863 - 1916) Hugo Munsterberg is a pioneer in the field of Industrial Psychology (I/O) and offered many findings in the fields of experimental psychology, behaviorism, and challenged the effectiveness of eye witness testimonies
Jakob Friedrich Fries - Part of the 19th century German background of modern psychology.
James McKeen Cattell - (1860-1944) James McKeen Cattell was very influential in psychology as an organizer, executive, and administrator of psychological science and practice, and as a vocal link between psychology and the larger scientific community
John Bowlby
John Broadus Watson 
Karl Popper - (1902-1994) Shaped the Modern Philosophy of Science
Karen Horney - Born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1885
Kinsey - The Kinsey Institute Web site supports interdisciplinary research and the study of human sexuality. The Institute was founded by Dr. Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956) in 1947.
Knight Dunlap Page - (1875-1949) is the "forgotten man" of American psychology
Kohlberg - Lawrence Kohlberg's ideas of moral development are based on the premise that at birth, all humans are void of morals, ethics, and honesty
Konrad Lorenz - Died 1988 - See the Konrad Lorenz PsychNet-UK Page
Kraepelin Centenary
Kurt Lewin - (1890-1947) Kurt Lewin is universally recognized as the founder of modern social psychology- Kurt Lewin Institute
Lacanian - Lacan describes reality as involving three registers which exist partly as a developmental scheme and partly as a description of the structure of reality
Ivan Petrovich PavlovWinner of the 1904 Nobel Prize in Medicine 
Piaget  - Children in Piaget's stage of moral realism believe that rules are absolute and can't be changed. Punishment should be determined by how much damage is done, and the intention of the child is not taken into account.
Jean Piaget BiographyThe Jean Piaget Archives, an amazingly short biography of the master's life. 
René Descartes - (1596-1650) Philosopher - I think therfore I am.
Sir Cyril Burt - (1883-1971) Cyril Burt was a very well known British psychologist and a leader in the development of methods of data analysis
Stanley Milgram - Stanley Milgram is a pioneer in psychology who is well remembered for his work with obedience to authority
Vygotsky - Culture /Cognitive Theory of Development
William James - See the William James PsychNet-UK Page
Fairbairn Bibliography - W R D Fairbairn bibliography and related readings.
New Zimbardo's  Philip - Home Page - Not a biography site.


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