Q. Where can I find 10 important items for a psychology timeline?
Thank you for your question about how to research psychology. The easiest way to research important aspects of this field of study is to search for specific people, events, and theories by name. You may want to reference your textbook for ideas.
Some important people/ideas/theories in the history of psychology:
- Pavlov and classical conditioning
- Freud and psychoanalysis
- B.F. Skinner and behavior analysis
- Milgram experiment
- Multiple intelligences
For books or ebooks, check the Book Catalog.
For articles, check the databases below. Start at the Online Resources page and click on either Psychology or History/Geography/World Culture.
If you are off-campus, you will need to use your 14 digit Library Number, which can be found on your ID Card or on the Login Assistance page in MyBaker.
History/Geography/World Culture databases:
- American History Online (Facts on File)
- American Women's History Online (Facts on File)
- Modern World History Online (Facts on File)
You may also want to try searching Gale Virtual Reference Library.
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