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The Story of Psychology

By Todd Daniel PhD

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"Psychology has a long past but a short history" wrote psychologist Herman Ebbinghaus. This podcast covers the major philosophical, scientific, religious, and cultural trends that contributed to the formation of modern psychology. Digging deeply into the past, ably guided by the lifelong work of Dr. C. George Boeree, this podcast explores both Western and Eastern thinking on human psychology, offers insightful interpretations, and tells the fascinating story of psychology's long past right up to it's current history. Students of philosophy, religion, psychology, and history will find ideas that bring psychology to life in the mind of the listener. (Listeners can email Professor Todd at

Customer Reviews

Great podcast

Very well recorded and thought. Wish there were more from Professor Todd. These are the best podcasts out. PLEASE KEEP MAKING THEM!

Entertaining and informing

These lectures provide an excellent overview of many world events related to psychology. Although before listening to them I would recommend listening to the iTunes u podcast "Great Ideas in psychology" as all the lectures in that series have been posted and you will not havt to wait for more to come out.

Great Psychology Podcast

Professor Todd is dose amazing job of keeping things enteraining but yet still bringing you the material. This is one Professor i would not mind at all showing up for his lectures.