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Timeline of Psychology: A Quick Slideshow

April 25, 2022 4867

This interactive timeline of some of the most important achievements in the field of psychology field as presented at the Introduction to Psychology website. On the site, read about two unique approaches from award-winning authors that engage students in the science of being human:

Psychology, Seventh Edition | James S. Nairne and Dawn M. McBride
Essentials of Psychology, First Edition | Saul Kassin, Gregory J. Privitera, & Krisstal D. Clayton

Find other free resources at Introduction to Psychology, including tips for student successcourse activities, and video content.

Enjoying this brief look at key moments in psychology? Check out this more detailed grouping of moments in psychology from around the world.

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