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Resources and Links about Women in Psychology

Sample Course Syllabi

Use these sample course syllabi to plan for your teaching of a feminist or women-inclusive history of psychology:

History and Systems in Psychology, Jan Yoder, University of Akron

Psyche was not James McKeen Cattell's nickname!, Linda Woolf, Webster University

Classic Articles Written by Early Women in Psychology

Websites, Interviews and other Feminist Psychology Resources

Psychology's Feminist Voices - A multimedia Internet archive showcasing the women of psychology's past and the diverse voices of contemporary feminist psychologists.

Graphic Timeline of Women in Psychology - "35 is 35" poster presentation from SPW's 35th Birthday celebration

Bibliography of the History of Black Women Psychologists - A partial list of works on the history of Black women psychologists

Biographies of Women in Psychology - Sponsored by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Women's Intellectual Contributions to the Study of Mind and Society - Comprehensive site featuring the work of Linda Woolf's students at Webster University

An Historical View of Some Early Women Psychologists and the Psychology of Women - A Special collection edited by Kathy Milar in Chris Green's "Classics in the History of Psychology"

Psychology Constructs the Female - by Naomi Weisstein

The Woman Problem - by Edwin Boring

Oral History Interview with Mamie Phipps Clark - from Columbia Univeristy Libraries Oral History Research Office

Date created: 2011
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