Originally published between 1928 and 1987, the volumes in this set provide an interesting look back at how psychology has developed as a discipline and some of the problems it has encountered along the way. It includes volumes focusing on the history of specific fields such as developmental and experimental psychology, as well as examining the roots of psychological theory as a whole and how it has informed many of the fields of psychology we know today.
Table of Contents
1. Problems of Historical Psychology Zevedei Barbu (1960)
2. Temperament: A Survey of Psychological Theories Constance Bloor (1928)
3. A Short History of British Psychology 1840-1940 L. S. Hearnshaw (1964)
4. The Shaping of Modern Psychology L. S. Hearnshaw (1987)
5. The First Century of Experimental Psychology Eliot Hearst (Ed.) (1979)
6. The Foundations of Psychological Theory Robert E. Lana (1976)
7. Developmental Psychology: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives Richard M. Lerner (1983)
8. An Inquiry into the Foundations of Psychology Per Saugstad (1965)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.