The Center for the History of Psychology: A Home for the Discipline’s Heritage
Friday, May 24, 2013,
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM
The Center for the History of Psychology is the central repository for the historical record of psychology. The Center cares for the world’s largest collection of papers, artifacts, sound recordings, films, and photographs documenting the history of psychology. It also includes a Museum of Psychology, which displays these materials to tell the story of psychology’s history. In this presentation, I describe the Center and discuss how psychologists can get involved with preserving the historical record of psychology.