History of Psychology Collection

Early Psychological Research Bibliography

This bibliography was prepared by David Pantalony of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, with the support of the Psychology Department at the University of Toronto. It is included in this museum with his permission and it includes a link to his own excellent internet sites.

Baldwin, James Mark (ed.) (1902). Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology. New York: MacMillan.

Borell, M. (1989). The Biological Sciences in the Twentieth Century. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Boring, E. G. (1957). A History of Experimental Psychology, 2nd edition. New York: Appleton - Century - Crofts.

Boring, E. G. (1942). Sensation and Perception in the History of Experimental Psychology. New York: Appleton - Century.

Boring, E. G. (1937). A Manual of Psychological Experiments. New York: J. Wiley and Sons.

Brenni, Paolo (1995). The Triumph of Experimental Acoustics: Albert Marloye (1795-1874) and Rudolf Koenig (1832-1901). Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society, no. 44.

Coon, Deborah J. (1993). Standardizing the Subject: Experimental Psychologists, Introspection, and the Quest for a Technoscientific Ideal, Technology and Culture, October: 757-783.

Davis, A. B., & Dreyfuss, Mark S. (1986). The finest instruments ever made. Arlington MA: Medical History Publishing Associates I.

Davis, Audrey B. and Merzbach, Uta C.(1975). Early Auditory Studies: Activities in the Psychology Laboratories of American Universities. Smithsonian: Washington.

Davis, Robert C. (1970). The Brass Age in Psychology, Technology and Culture, 11: 604-611.

Delabarre, E. G. (1894). Laboratories AmŽricains de Psychologie, l’AnnŽe Psychologique, p. 218

Draaisma, Douwe & Benschop, Ruth (1996). The Calibration of Minds and Machines. Cheiron - Europe, 15th Annual Conference, 30 August - 3 September. Leiden University, Experimental and Theoretical Psychology.

Haupt, Edward J., & Perera, Thomas B. Museum of the history of Psychological Instrumentation, Montclair State University. http://www.chss.montclair.edu/psychology/museum/museum.html

Hoff, Tory L. (1992). Psychology in Canada One Hundred years Ago: James Mark Baldwin at the University Of Toronto. Canadian Psychology, 33: 683-694.

Hoff, Tory L. (1980). The Controversial Appointment of James Mark Baldwin To the University of Toronto in 1889. Unpublished master’s thesis, Carleton University, Canada.

James, William (1890(1950)). Principles of Psychology. Volumes, 1 & 2. New York: Dover Publications

Jastrow, Joseph (1893). The Section of Psychology, in World’s Columbian Exposition: Official Catalogue, Chicago, pt. 12, pp. 50-60.

Koenig, R. (1882). Quelques ExpŽriences d’Acoustique. Paris

Krohn, W. O. (1893). The laboratory of the Psychological Institute at the University of Gšttingen. American Journal of Psychology, 5: 282-284.

McPherson, M. W., Popplestone, J. A., & Whitmore, J. (1967). An Exhibit in Honor of the 75th Anniversary of the American Psychological Association. Akron, Ohio: The Archives of the History of American Psychology.

Miller, D. C. (1926). The Science of Musical Sounds. New York: MacMillan.

Miller, D. C. (1935). An Anecdotal History of the Sciecne of Sound: To the Beginning of the 20th Centruy. New York: MacMillan.

Murchison, Carl (ed.) (1930). A History of Psychology in Autobiography, Vol. 1. Worchester Mass: Clarke University Press.

Murray, D. (1988). A History of Western Psychology, 2nd edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Myers, C. R. (1982). Psychology at Toronto. In M. J. Wright & C. R. Myers (eds.) A History Of Academic Psychology in Canada (pp. 68-99) Toronto: C. F. Hogrefe.

Pantalony, D. The Museum of Brass Instrument Psychology at the University of Toronto. http://www.psych.utoronto.ca/museum

Perera, Thomas B. The Barnard College Psychology Department History of Psychology Collection, Barnard College - Columbia University. http://barnard.edu/psych/museum/b_museum.html

Popplestone, John A. and McPherson, Marion White (1971). Prolegomenon to the Study of Apparatus in Early Psychological Laboratories Circa 1875-1915," American Psychologist 26: 656-657.

P.R. de Clercq. (Ed.).(1985). Nineteenth-Century Scientific Instruments and their Makers: Papers Presented at the Fourth Scientific Instrument Symposium, Amsterdam 23-26 October 1984, Amsterdam: Rodopi; Leidin; Museum Boerhaave.

Blondel, Christine; Parot, Franois; Turner, Anthony and Williams, Nari (Eds.)(1989). Studies in the History of Scientific Instruments: Papers Presented at the 7th Symposium of the Scientific Instruments Commission of the Union Instrumentale d’Histoire et de Philosophie Des Sciences. London: Roger Turner Books.

Dragoni, Giorgio; McConnell, Anita and Turner, Gerard L’E.(Eds.). (1994). Proceedings of the Eleventh International Scientific Instrument Symposium, Bologna University, Italy, 9-14 September 1991/ Bologna: Grafis.

Schaffer, Simon (1988). Astronomers Mark Time: Discipline and the Personal Equation, Science in Context, 2: 115-145.

Sokal, Michael M.; Davis, Audrey B., and Merzbach, Uta (1976). Laboratory Instruments in the History of Psychology, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 12: 59-64.

Sokal, Michael M., Davis, Audrey B., and Merzbach, Uta (1975). A National Inventory of Historic Psychological Apparatus, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 11: 284-286.

Titchener, E. B. (1905). Experimental Psychology, a Manual of Laboratory Practice: Volume II, Quantitative Experiments, Part 1. Student’s Manual. New York: MacMillan.

Titchener, E. B. (1922). Experimental Psychology, a Manual of Laboratory Practice: Volume I, Quantitative Experiments, Part 1. Student’s Manual. New York: MacMillan.

Titchener, E. B. (1915). Experimental Psychology, a Manual of Laboratory Practice: Volume II, Quantitative Experiments, Part II. Instructor’s Manual. New York: MacMillan.

Titchener, E. B. (1918). Experimental Psychology, a Manual of Laboratory Practice: Volume I, Quantitative Experiments, Part II. Instructor’s Manual. New York: MacMillan.

Warren, H. C. (1934). Dictionary of Psychology. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Whipple, Guy Montrose (1924). Manual of Mental and Physical Tests, Volume I and II, Baltimore: Warwick & York