History of Psychology

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  1. Book ImageSoul Machine: The Invention of the Modern Mind

    George Makari

    A brilliant and comprehensive history of the creation of the modern Western mind.More

  2. Book ImagePioneers of Psychology

    Raymond E. Fancher, Alexandra Rutherford

    Fifth Edition

    Brings the history of psychology to life.More

  3. Book ImageThe Red Book: A Reader's Edition

    C. G. Jung, Sonu Shamdasani, John Peck, Et Al.

    A portable edition of the famous Red Book text and essay.More

  4. Book ImageC. G. Jung: A Biography in Books

    Sonu Shamdasani

    The origins of Jung's philosophy.More

  5. Book ImageCivilization and Its Discontents

    Sigmund Freud, Christopher Hitchens, James Strachey, Et Al.

    Freud’s seminal volume of twentieth-century cultural thought grounded in psychoanalytic theory, now with a new introduction by Christopher Hitchens.More

  6. Book ImageThe Red Book

    C. G. Jung, Mark Kyburz, John Peck, Et Al.

    The most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology.More

  7. Book ImageMad, Bad, and Sad: A History of Women and the Mind Doctors

    Lisa Appignanesi

    “[A work of] wit, wisdom and richness. . . . A grand tour of derangement, from matricide to anorexia.” —John Leonard, Harper’sMore

  8. Book ImageOpening Skinner's Box: Great Psychological Experiments of the Twentieth Century

    Lauren Slater

    Through ten examples of ingenious experiments by some of psychology's most innovative thinkers, Lauren Slater traces the evolution of the century's most pressing concerns—free will, authoritarianism, conformity, and morality.More

  9. Book ImageCivilization and Its Discontents

    Sigmund Freud, James Strachey, Louis Menand, Et Al.

    The Standard Edition

    For the 75th anniversary, a new edition of the seminal work with an introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Menand.More

  10. Book ImageThe Greatest Benefit to Mankind: A Medical History of Humanity

    Roy Porter

    "To combine enormous knowledge with a delightful style and a highly idiosyncratic point of view is Roy Porter's special gift, and it makes [this] book . . . alive and fascinating and provocative on every page."—Oliver Sacks, M.D.More

  11. Book ImageThe Freud Reader

    Sigmund Freud, Peter Gay

    The first single-volume work to capture Freud's ideas as scientist, humanist, physician, and philosopher.More

  12. Book ImageMothers of Psychoanalysis: Helene Deutsch, Karen Horney, Anna Freud, Melanie Klein

    Janet Sayers

    “In lucid, uncluttered prose, Janet Sayers presents the reader with a fresh viewing of the lives and times of four extraordinary women pioneer analysts. Sayers recounts how they were able to shift the theoretic balance of the day to include the creative evolution of their thinking. This book is of value not only for the novice, but certainly for many others who can learn from these excellent, abridged biographies.” —Dr. Helene DeRosisMore

  13. Book ImageInhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety

    Sigmund Freud, James Strachey, Peter Gay

    The Standard Edition

    On three or four occasions in his career as a psychoanalytic theoretician, Freud changed his mind on fundamental issues.More

  14. Book ImageThe Ego and the Id

    Sigmund Freud, James Strachey, Peter Gay

    The Standard Edition

    In 1923, in this volume, Freud worked out important implications of the structural theory of mind that he had first set forth three years earlier in Beyond the Pleasure Principle.More

  15. Book ImageTotem and Taboo

    Sigmund Freud, James Strachey, Peter Gay

    The Standard Edition

    Totem and Taboo (1913), first published as a series of four articles between 1912 and 1913, is among Freud's most dazzling speculative texts.More

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