PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in April 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. Behavioral mechanisms and psychopathology: Advancing the explanation of its nature, cause, and treatment, © 2009, by Salzinger, Kurt (Ed.); Serper, Mark R. (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0452-2
2. Methamphetamine addiction: Biological foundations, psychological factors, and social consequences, © 2009, by Halkitis, Perry N. ISBN: 1-4338-0423-9
3. Performance psychology in action: A casebook for working with athletes, performing artists, business leaders, and professionals in high-risk occupations, © 2009, by Hays, Kate F. (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0443-3
4. Book of human nature: Illustrating the philosophy (new theory) of instinct, nutrition, life; with their correlative and abnormal phenomena, physiological, mental, spiritual, © 1853, by Sunderland, LaRoy
5. Civil liberty and self-government, Vol. 2, © 1853, by Lieber, Francis
6-7. Course of the history of modern philosophy, Vol. 1 & 2, © 1852, by Cousin, M. Victor; Wight, O. W. (Trans.)
8. Elements of logic (reprinted from the 9th ed.), © No Year Specified (Reprinted 1854), by Whatley, Richard
9-10. Familiar lessons on physiology, designed for the use of children and youth in schools and families, Vol. 1 & 2, © 1854, by Fowler, Mrs. L. N.
11. Glossology: Being a treatise on the nature of language and on the language of nature, © 1852, by Kraitsir, Charles
12. Hallucinations: or, The rational history of apparitions, visions, dreams, ecstasy, magnetism, and somnambulism, © 1853, by De Boismont, A. Brierre
13. Lectures on the philosophy of the human mind, Vol. 3, © 1824, by Brown, Thomas
14. Lettsomian on insanity, © 1854, by Winslow, Forbes
15. Moral and political philosophy, © 1785 (Reprinted 1824), by Paley, William
16. Natural goodness: or, Honour to whom honour is due (5th ed.), suggestions toward an appreciative view of moral men, the philosophy of the present system of morality, and the relation of natural virtue to religion, © 1854, by Mercein, T. F. Randolph
17-18. On the power, wisdom, and goodness of God, as manifested in the creation of animals, and in their history, habits, and instincts, in two volumes, Vol. 1 & 2 (new ed.), © 1852, by Kirby, William; Jones, Thomas Rymer (Ed.)
19. The philosophy of electrical psychology in a course of twelve lectures, © 1850, by Dods, John Bovee
20. The philosophy of moral necessity & moral freedom, in two parts: Part first. Principles of necessity and of freedom; Part second. Principles of harmony, reconciling particularly man’s moral freedom with divine foreknowledge and predestination, © 1854, by Lagrange, J.
21. A system of moral science, © 1853, by Hickok, Laurens P.
22. A theodicy; or, Vindication of the divine glory, as manifested in the constitution and government of the moral world, © 1853, by Bledsoe, Albert Taylor
23. Theory of politics: An inquiry into the foundations of governments, and the causes and progress of political revolutions, © 1853, by Hildreth, Richard
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