PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in March 2010. Of the titles added, 3 were APA books and 20 were designated classic books. Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts.
1. Action learning for developing leaders and organizations: Principles, strategies, and cases, © 2009, by Marquardt, Michael J.; Leonard, H. Skipton; Freedman, Arthur M.; Hill, Claudia C. ISBN:1-4338-0435-2
2. Preventing partner violence: Research and evidence-based intervention strategies, © 2009, by Whitaker, Daniel J. (Ed.); Lutzker, John R. (Ed.) ISBN: 1-4338-0434-4
3. Understanding nonsuicidal self-injury: Origins, assessment, and treatment, © 2009, by Nock, Matthew K. (Ed.) ISBN: 1-4338-0436-0
4. Chapters on mental physiology, © 1852, by Holland, Henry
5. Characteristics of the Christian philosopher: A discourse commemorative of the virtues and attainments of Rev. James Marsh, © 1843, by Cheever, George B.
6. Elements of physiology (arr. from 2nd London ed.), © 1843, by Müller, J.; Baly, Wm. (Trans); Bell, John (Ed.)
7. Essays on life, sleep, pain, etc., © 1852, by Dickson, Samuel Henry
8. Essays on the intellectual powers of man (abridged), with notes and illustrations from Sir William Hamilton and others, © 1850, by Reid, Thomas; Walker, James (Ed.)
9. Illustrations of physiology, © 1851, by Rice, C. D.
10. Instinct and reason: Deduced from electro-biology, © 1850, by Smee, Alfred
11. Lectures on the history of moral philosophy in England, © 1852, by Whewell, William
12. Lowell lectures on the application of metaphysical and ethical science to the evidences of religion, © 1849, by Bowen, Francis
13. The method of the divine government, physical and moral, © 1851, by M’Cosh, James
14. The method of the divine government, physical and moral, © 1852, by M’Cosh, James
15. The power of the soul over the body, considered in relation to health and morals, © 1852, by Moore, George
16. The principles of physiology, by John Augustus Unzer; and A dissertation on the functions of the nervous system by George Prochaska, © 1851, by Unzer, John Augustus; Prochaska, George; Laycock, Thomas (Trans.)
17. The races of men: A fragment, © 1850, by Knox, Robert
18. The remains of the Rev. James Marsh, D. D., late president and professor of moral and intellectual philosophy, in the University of Vermont, with a memoir of his life (3rd ed.), © 1852, by Marsh, James; Torrey, J. (Ed.)
19. Remarks on the influence of mental cultivation and mental excitement upon health (3rd ed.), © 1845, by Brigham, Amariah
20. Single blessedness; or, single ladies and gentlemen, against the slanders of the pulpit, the press, and the lecture-room, © 1852, by Anonymous
21. Somnolism & psycheism; or, the science of the soul and the phenomena of nervation, as revealed by vital magnetism or mesmerism, considered physiologically and philosophically: With notes of mesmeric and psychical experience (2nd ed.), © No Year Specified (Reprinted 1851), by Haddock, Joseph W.
22. The true nature of the beautiful, and its influence upon culture: A discourse delivered before the literary societies of Amherst College, August 13, 1851, © 1851, by Shedd, William G. T.
23. Voltaire and Rousseau against the atheists; or, Essays and detached passages from those writers in relation to the being and attributes of God, © 1845, by Voltaire; Rousseau, Jean Jacques; Akerly, J. (Trans.)
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