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Classics in the History of Psychology

Classics in the History of Psychology

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Links to eTexts - History of Psychology The History of Psychology Links to Primary Source E-Texts on the Web Compiled by William J. House, Ph.D. Ancient Times --- The Christian Era --- The Renaissance --- The Enlightenment Modern American – Modern British -- Modern European Other Sites with Relevant Primary Source Literature Classics in the History of Psychology (Christopher Green, York University) George’s Page (The Mead Project, Brock University) Carrie (Full Text Electronic Library, University of Kansas) Celebration of Women Writers (Mary Mark Ockerbloom, University of Pennsylvania) Online Books (University of Pennsylvania) Hanover Historical Texts (Hanover College) Project Gutenberg Bartleby Bibliomania Mad Cybrarian Secular Web Online Library of Literature (Knowledge Matters Ltd.) Marxists Archive Internet Classics Archive Pirate Nietzsche Page Hanover Historical Texts Project (Hanover College) Akamac E-text Links Resource Pages for Biblical Studies (Volda University College, Norway) Please send your comments and suggestions to Dr.

Freud Complete Works | Freud Library This page offers a chronology of Sigmund Freud’s papers as well as an access to its digitized works in their original language which you can leaf through on the sites that host them. All the texts represented here correspond to the first publications in their reviews and their original books. When a text wasn’t found in one of them but was available in a collection, this is indicated at the end of the title in the shape « Version ». Here the year of publication is written first and where necessary the date of writing is enclosed in square brackets. 1877a : Über den Ursprung der hinteren Nervenwurzeln im Rückenmark von Ammocoetes (Petromyzon Planeri), Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Classe, Band 75, 3 Abtheilung, Heft 1 (Januar), Sitzung 1 vom 4. 1880a : Übersetzung von : John Stuart Mill, Chapters on Socialism (1879) (Der Sozialismus), In : Mill, John Stuart, Gesammelte Werke, Band 12, Leipzig, Fues’s Verlag (R. 1884f :

Early Childhood Research Practice Jubilothèque — Charcot collection The BUPMC keeps in the Bibliothèque de Neurosciences Jean-Martin Charcot, historical collections mainly constituted by J.M. Charcot's personal library (books, journals, theses and offprint collections, manuscripts, observations, neurological covering the second part of the XIXth century) to which is added the Salpêtrière Interns' library (books, journals, neurology and psychiatry theses thèses for the period 1900-1950). Part of these collections was digitized with the double aim of preserving the original documents and ensuring the valorization of collections notable for their iconography : manuscripts of lessons and observations by J.M. The collection has been enhanced with four sets of documents, selected among Charcot's library and the Salpêtrière Interns' library and reflecting the treasures of the library, as well as the work of Charcot's colleagues and successors :

Impressionante experimento mostra que pensamentos positivos ou negativos de fato influenciam na nossa vida Já alguma vez pensou em como os seus pensamentos, palavras ou a sua energia positiva ou negativa podem influenciar fisicamente o ambiente ao redor? Um pesquisador e cientista japonês, Masaru Emoto, quis provar o poder da mente humana e fez uns experimentos que não deixam dúvidas. Um dos que mais está dando que falar é o experimento do arroz: Emoto colocou três porções de arroz cozido em frascos de vidro separados. Em um deles, o cientista escreveu “Thank You, I Love You” (“Obrigado, Eu Te Amo”), em outro “I Hate You, You Fool” (“Eu Te Odeio, Seu Idiota”, em tradução livre), e o terceiro foi totalmente ignorado. Durante 30 dias, ele pediu aos alunos que gritassem pra cada um dos frascos o que estava escrito neles. No final desse tempo, o arroz do frasco com o pensamento positivo tinha começado a fermentar, largando um aroma agradável; o segundo, estava praticamente todo preto; e o frasco ignorado era um acúmulo de bolor, caminhando pra decomposição. Veja alguns dos resultados.

Welcome to Cogprints - Cognitive Science e-print archive documentsenmodetexte2 - histoirepsychologie ACH, Narziss (1871-1946) Oeuvres diverses de N. Ach - Fameux psychologue de l'école de Würzburg AZAM, Etienne Eugène (1822-1899) Azam, E. BALDWIN, James Mark (1861-1934) Baldwin, J. Baldwin, J. BEAUNIS, Henry (1830-1921) BELL, Charles (1774-1842) Bell, Ch. (1811). BINET, Alfred (1857-1911) BERNHEIM, Hippolyte (1840-1919) Bernheim, H. (1884). Bernheim, H. (1888). Bernheim, H. (1891). BERSOT, Ernest (1816-1880) Bersot, E. (1853). BROCA, Paul (1824-1880) Broca, P. (1861a). Broca, P. (1861b). Broca, P. (1861c). Broca, P. (1865). CABANIS, Pierre-Jean-Georges (1757-1808) Cabanis, P-J-G. Cabanis, P-J-G. Cabanis, P-J-G. (1844). CATTELL, James McKeen (1860-1944) Cattell, J. Cattell, J. CHARCOT, Jean-Martin (1825-1893) CHARCOT, Jean-Martin (1825-1893) Charcot, J. Charcot, J. DARWIN, Charles (1809-1882) Oeuvres diverses de DARWIN Darwin, Ch. (1859). Darwin, Ch. (1876). DELBOEUF, Joseph (1831-1896) Delboeuf, J. (1886). Delboeuf, J. (1889). DESTUTT de TRACY, A. Destutt de Tracy, A. DEWEY, John (1859-1952) Gall, F.

American Psychological Association (APA) AllPsych - Psychology information for students of all ages Término doloroso | Sobre a Vida Quando um relacionamento amoroso termina surge uma nuvem de sentimentos que se confundem em prazeres e dores. Uma saudade misturada com raiva, um desejo com medo, um vazio com presença. Tanta confusão e tanto para se digerir. Poucas pessoas respeitam essa fase silenciosa de luto. Temerosas de serem engolidas por um mar de tristezas agitam-se em atividades frenéticas tentando colocar a cabeça numa redoma de sensações de êxtase. A vida social anda como sempre, mas certo descompasso vem à tona e domina o mundo interior. Lembrar dói, fazer planos machuca, viver no agora queima. As palavras que antes eram tão confiáveis perdem o brilho e a credibilidade. Essa longa jornada, porém, vai tomando novos rumos com o tempo e uma dose de esforço. De uma queda voltam e dão a luz a si mesmos, conscientes, maduros, livres e felizes… _____________ Se quer entender como sair desse ciclo conheça o Vídeo-curso “Como se libertar do ex” – clique aqui

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