Welcome. In these pages, you'll find information on some of my past activities, publications, and addresses, plus my current projects and ongoings.
"The history of psychology is largely constituted of a succession of fads overlying the continuity given by a few technological methods which have been progressively misapplied with little critical concern for their social, political, or scientific consequences. Can any person, working over a period of fifty years, make a difference?"
W.S.V. Who's Who in America, 43rd-51st Ed., incl.
Magritte, René (-François-Ghislain) La trahison des images
1929; The Betrayal of Images
Clarence H. Graham
Must Reading for Psychologists
William James An excellent place to start.
Jacob Robert Kantor--dedicated to JRK and Interbehaviorism.
Kantor Quote a page by Dan Palmer.
Gilbert Ryle: The Thinking of Thoughts
Machiavelli's The Prince.
See also Christopher D. Green's Classics in the History of Psychology page.
Archives of the History of American Psychology
Athabasca University Psychology Resources A large collection (over 30 in "Behavioural" alone) maintained by Lyle Grant
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
Directory of Psychology Sites from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
The Mechner Foundation
Netscape Open Directory, which awarded this site its "Cool Site" award in the Behavior Analysis category
Some important dates in the history of psychology, dating back to 1200 AD
General Search and Reference Links
Infospace, another search engine for finding people and places.
Switchboard: Find a Person Residential Phone Numbers
Big Book's Business Catalog
Internet Address Finder
A humorous exercise in Precision name-spelling.
James Mc Connell's Learning Theory, published in "if: Worlds of Science Fiction," December, 1957.
The Webby Awards, the Academy Awards for the Internet.
Walter Miller's Home page
Links of Personal Interest
Internet Movie Database--a Webby Award winner
Award(s) for this Site
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