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HPS2008H - History of Psychology

This guide is intended to assist students in the course as it is taught by Professor Mark Solovey.

Three overarching ways to find primary sources:

  1. Start with what you already have: to uncover references to primary sources
  2. Use the library catalogue to find primary sources
  3. Browse or search reliable collections, such as the ones in this research guide.

For a refresher on the difference between primary sources and secondary sources, click here.

Databases for Primary Sources - Psychology

Databases for Primary Sources - A Selection

Previous Editions of DSM

Previous editions of DSM are included here for reference and archival purposes. Each edition is provided in PDF.

These editions are not searchable from the main PsychiatryOnline.com search interface; however, each edition is searchable on its own using the Adobe Reader search.

  • DSM-I: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual: Mental Disorders (1952)
  • DSM-I Special Supplement: on plans for revision to better align with the International Classification of Diseases (1965)
  • DSM-II: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 2nd Edition (1968)
  • DSM-II 6th printing change: Elimination of Homosexuality as a mental disorder and substitution of the new category Sexual Orientation Disturbance (1973)
  • DSM-III: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3rd Edition (1980)
  • DSM-III-R: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3rd Edition—Revised (1987)
  • DSM-IV: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (1994)
  • DSM-IV-TR: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition (2000)

Historical Newspapers

United States Individual Historical Newspapers
Mad at this callous display of Americentrism? 
We have way too many newspaper archives to list them all here. To browse collections of newspapers or get an idea of all the newspapers we have available online, check out our Newspaper Research Guide here
If you've got a particular newspaper in mind, look up the title in the library catalogue to find out if we have it online, in print, or on microfilm.

Historical Popular Magazines

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