PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in May 2010. Of the titles added, 4 were APA books and 20 were designated classic books. Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts.
1. Aging and cognition: Research methodologies and empirical advances, © 2009, by Bosworth, Hayden B. (Ed.); Hertzog, Christopher (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0454-9
2. Conducting science-based psychology research in schools, © 2009, by Dinella, Lisa M. (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0468-9
3. Psychological and physical aggression in couples: Causes and interventions, © 2009, by O’Leary, K. Daniel (Ed.); Woodin, Erica M. (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0453-0
4. The transactional model of development: How children and contexts shape each other, © 2009, by Sameroff, Arnold (Ed.). ISBN: 1-4338-0467-0
5. The analogy of religion to the constitution and course of nature, to which are added two brief dissertations: I. On personal identity, II. On the nature of virtue (3rd ed.), © 1860, by Butler, Joseph
6. Common sense applied to religion; or, The Bible and the people, © 1857, by Beecher, Catharine E.
7. The elements of intellectual philosophy, © 1854, by Wayland, Francis
8. An essay on liberty and slavery, © 1856, by Bledsoe, Albert Taylor
9. A history of philosophy in epitome (2nd ed.), © 1856, by Schwegler, Albert; Seelye, Julius H. (Trans.)
10. A history of philosophy in epitome (rev. from the 9th German ed., with an appendix), © 1887, by Schwegler, Albert; Seelye, Julius H. (Trans.); Smith, Benjamin E. (Ed.)
11. Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers, and the investigation of truth, © 1857, by Abercrombie, John
12. Lectures on the diseases of infancy and childhood (3rd ed. enlarged), © 1854, by West, Charles
13. Lectures upon the philosophy of history, © 1856, by Shedd, William G. T.
14. Letters: Aesthetic, social, and moral, written from Europe, Egypt, and Palestine (private ed.), © No Year Specified (Reprinted 1855), by Upham, Thomas Cogswell
15. Letters: Aesthetic, social, and moral, written from Europe, Egypt, and Palestine, © 1857, by Upham, Thomas C.
16. Philosophy of skepticism and ultraism, wherein the opinions of Rev. Theodore Parker, and other writers are shown to be inconsistent with sound reason and the Christian religion, © 1857, by Walker, James B.
17-18. Phrenology, or the Doctrine of the mental phenomena, Vol. 1 and 2: Physiological part (5th American ed.), © 1855, by Spurzheim, J. G.
19. Physiology and calisthenics: For schools and families, © 1856, by Beecher, Catharine E.
20. The physiology of the senses: How and what we see, hear, taste, feel and smell, © 1856, by Johnson, A. B.
22. The senses and the intellect, © 1855, by Bain, Alexander
23. Spirit manifestations examined and explained, Judge Edmonds refuted; or, An exposition of the involuntary powers and instincts of the human mind, © 1854, by Dods, John Bovee
24. System of moral science (3rd ed.), © 1856, by Hickok, Laurens P.
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