1. Any movement in the history of psychology in relation to a more particular topic.
2. A discussion of any major figure or group of figures and the transformation brought about by his/her or their contribution.
3. An in-depth examination of any minor figure in the History of Psychology not covered in class. A case should be made, using information such as an overlooked contribution, for his/her inclusion in a course such as this one.
4. Choose a side on a major issue in the History of Psychology and argue your case using as much historical and research evidence as possible.
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Welcome to the Carmichael Library research guide for Psychology 499: History of Psychology.
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