I was also excited to find that many of these titles have already been digitized! Since they already exist online, we will add them to Homer, our online catalog so that they'll be available to all. In the meantime, if you want to take a peek inside some psychology classics, take a look below:
- Principles of psychology / by Herbert Spencer., c1896
- General introduction to psychoanalysis, by Prof. Sigmund Freud, LL. D. Authorized translation, with a preface by G. Stanley Hall ..., c1922
- Introduction to psychology, by Wilhelm Wundt...Tr. from the 2d German ed. by Rudolf Pintner..., c1924
- Elements of psychology / by Edward L. Thorndike., 1907
- Mental and moral heredity in royalty; a statistical study in history and psychology, by Frederick Adams Woods ... with one hundred and four portraits., 1906
- Stanford revision and extension of the Binet-Simon scale for measuring intelligence, by Lewis M. Terman, Grace Lyman, George Ordahl ... [and others], 1917
- Library of mesmerism and psychology., 1871
- Narratives of the witchcraft cases, 1648-1706, ed. by George Lincoln Burr., 1914
- Analysis of mind, by Bertrand Russell, F.R.S., 1921
- Emotions, by Carl Georg Lange (1834-1900) and William James (1842-1910), 1922
- Habit, by William James., 1914
- Inquiries into human faculty and its development / by Francis Galton., 1907
- Outlines of phrenology; by G. Spurzheim., 1834
- Psychology of suggestion; a research into the subconscious nature of man and society, by Boris Sidis with an introduction by William James., 1898
- Psychopathology of everyday life, by Sigmund Freud., 1914
- Psychology, by William James., 1892 (pub date in archive.org is wrong: 1802)
Most of these are available through the Internet archive, but others are available through Google Books or other electronic book sites. All are free for anyone to use!
Please let me know if you don't like the quality of the digitized book already available online; I've been told that we will digitize titles that are already online if folks would prefer a better quality scan. And let me know if you have any questions!
Note: no books will be harmed during digitization.