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Research Methods (9th edition)

WEB Links to Topics
Covered in Chapter 1

Listed below are several links to Web sites that include information about topics covered in this chapter. We will be periodically updating this list to keep it fresh and interesting. If you know of a good site on a topic of relevance to this chapter, we would appreciate hearing about it. Contact Mike Raulin with your suggestions. We will be sure to give you credit for suggesting high quality sites in future updates.

History of Science

British Society for the History of Science
A British society devoted to the study of the history of science and technology.

Echo: Exploring and Collecting History Online
An American Society devoted to the study of the History of science.

Institute and Museum of the History of Science
This is the web site for the museum in Florence, Italy. Site can be viewed in either English or Italian.

American Historical Association 
The American Historical Association was formed in 1884 to serve the broad field of history.

History of Invention and Technology Timelines
A broad collection of information about the history of science and technology, including information about e-mail discussion lists on various topics.

Australian Science Archives Projects
The Australian Science Archives Project (ASAP) is a self-funded autonomous project of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne.

History of Psychology

Classics in the History of Psychology
An electronic resource developed by Christopher D. Green or York University in Toronto.

Today in the History of Psychology
Pick a date and find out what happened on that date in the field of psychology.

Mind and Body: Rene Descartes to William James
A rather extensive history of key elements of early psychology.

The Freud Museum in London
Background on Freud, is life, and his theories.

The Origin of Species
The complete book by Charles Darwin. This text layed out the logic of evolutionary theory and the data Darwin had already collected to support the theory.

The Voyage of the Beagle
The complete version of the book by Charles Darwin. This book details Darwin's data-gathering trip on the HMS Beagle that provided him with the raw material for his theory of evolution.

Organizations Dealing with the History of Psychology

American Psychological Association: Division 26 (History of Psychology)
The home page for the APA division devoted to the study of the history of psychology.

Canadian Psychological Association: History and Philosophy of Psychology Section
Provides a wealth of information on the activities of this section.

Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences
An organization of social scientists who are interested in the history of their disciplines.

Home Pages for Psychological Societies

American Psychological Association (APA) Home Page

Association for Psychological Science (APS) Home Page

Canadian Psychological Association Home Page

British Psychological Psychological Home Page

Australian Psychological Society Home Page

Society for Neuroscience