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5 Must-Reads About the History of Psychology


Every month I write several articles for this blog about the history of psychology. I do this in part because, in order to know where we’re going, we must know where we’ve been.

While researching my posts, I come across many fascinating articles about psychology. Here are five diverse pieces I think you’ll find especially interesting.

1. Checkout Time at the Asylum

Bellevue Hospital is the oldest public hospital in the U.S. and arguably the most notorious. Of course that’s largely because of its psychiatric wing. In this article, writer Mark Harris traces Bellevue’s beginnings along with its famous and infamous residents.

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5 Must-Reads About the History of Psychology

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  1. Henri Ellenberger’s “The Discovery of the Unconscious”

    • Ellenberger: Definitely. But I think the author of this article was referring only to other articles available for free rather than books one has to buy.

      Take care!

      P.S. Why hasn’t it been reprinted in ages?

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