PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in January 2011. Of the titles added, 1 was an APA book and 20 were designated Classic Books. Classic books are landmark titles in psychology and are selected by APA experts.
1. Advanced methods for conducting online behavioral research, © 2010, by Gosling, Samuel D.; Johnson, John A. (Eds.). ISBN: 1-4338-0695-9
2. Advancement of learning and novum organum (rev. ed.), © 1944, by Bacon, Francis
3. Body and mind: An inquiry into their connection and mutual influence, specially in reference to mental disorders (enlarged and rev. ed.), © 1873, by Maudsley, Henry
4. An essay on the principles of mental hygiene, © 1873, by Gorton, D. A.
5. History of civilization in England, Vol. 2 (from 2nd London ed.), © 1872, by Buckle, Henry Thomas
6. History of the conflict between religion and science, © 1902, by Draper, John William
7. The human mind: A system of mental philosophy, for the general reader, © 1873, by Murphy, James G.
8. Illustrations of the influence of the mind upon the body in health and disease: Designed to elucidate the action of the imagination, © 1873, by Tuke, Daniel Hack
9. Lord Bacon’s essays, with a sketch of his life and character, reviews of his philosophical writings, critical estimates of his essays, analysis, notes, and queries for students and select portions of the annotations of Archbishop Whately, © 1867, by Bacon, Francis; Boyd, James R. (Ed.)
10. Mental medicine: A theoretical and practical treatise on medical psychology (3rd ed.), © 1873, by Evans, Warren Felt
11. New elements from old subjects: Presented as the basis for a science of mind, to which are added I. The philosophy of numeration, II. The philosophy of government, III. The philosophy of definitions, as applications of the aforesaid elements, © 1874, by Gaskell, John
12. On the origin of species: or, The causes of the phenomena of organic nature: A course of six lectures to working men, © 1873, by Huxley, Thomas H.
13. Oriental and linguistic studies: The Veda, the Avesta; the science of language, © 1872, by Whitney, William Dwight
14. Philosophy and civilization in the Middle Ages, © 1922, by De Wulf, Maurice 15.Primary object lessons, for training the senses and developing the faculties of children: A manual of elementary instruction for parents and teachers (18th ed. rewritten and enlarged), © 1874, by Calkins, N. A.
16. Problems of life and mind, © 1873, by Lewes, George Henry
17. Problems of philosophy or principles of epistemology and metaphysics, © 1905, by Hyslop, James Hervey
18. The sciences of nature versus the science of man: A plea for the science of man, © 1871, by Porter, Noah
19. Some of the philosophical essays on socialism and science, religion, ethics, critique-of-reason and the world-at-large, © 1906 (reprinted 1917) by Dietzgen, Joseph; Beer, M. (Trans.); Rothstein, Th. (Trans.); Untermann, Ernest (Trans.); Dietzgen, Eugene; Dietzgen Jr., Joseph (Eds.)
20. A theory of fine art, © 1874, by Torrey, Joseph
21. A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge, with prolegomena, and with annotations, select, translated, and original, © 1878, by Berkeley, George; Krauth, Charles P.
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