[Voice of the Shuttle] Home | MyVoS | Help | About VOS

[On This Page]

 •  Sigmund Freud
 •  Earl Jackson, Jr. (U. California, Santa Cruz)
 •  Jacques Lacan
 •  Robert M. Young
 •  Depts. & Programs
 •  R. D. Laing
Psychology   Suggest a Link
(Including General Psychology, Cognitive Science, Evolutionary Psychology, Pscyhoanalysis)
Academy for the Study of the Psychoanalytic Arts ("The Academy 's organizing interest and defining project is to be found in the reconsideration, reexamination, and rethinking of the philosophical-theoretical underpinnings of psychoanalysis within a contextual metaphor other than that of heal
ArtsandCulture: Psychoanalysis (ArtsandCulture.com)
The Brain: A Work in Progress (Los Angeles Times series on new bio-psychological research, Oct. 1996)
Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies (U. Sheffield) 
Cognitive Science & the Arts (Cynthia Freeland, U. Houston)
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind: An Annotated Bibliography (David Chalmers, U. California, Santa Cruz)
Depts. & Programs
NYU Psychology Dept. 
Sigmund Freud
General Resources on Freud
The Freud Web (extensive hypertext resource) (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
A SuperCard guide to Freud's Dream Theory (requires downloadable plug-in) (John Collick, Waseda U., Japan)
The Interpretation of Dreams (EServer)
Healing the Mind: An Exhibition of Arts and Crafts by Artists With Mental Illnesses (Verlangieri Virtual Gallery of Art)
Norman N. Holland, "The Internet Regression" 
Imagination and the Adapted Mind: The Prehistory and Future of Poetry, Fiction, and Related Arts: Univ. of California, Santa Barbara; Aug. 26-29, 1999 (conference in which "humanistic participants will address aspects of the imaginative arts that might eventually illuminate the nature of the cognitive systems which produce and process cultural representations while the cognitive scientists
International Society for Theoretical Psychology (Christopher D. Green)
Earl Jackson, Jr. (U. California, Santa Cruz)
Semiotics and Psychology (course)
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 
Journal of Memetics: Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission (peer-reviewed)
Jacques Lacan
ArtsandCulture: Jacques Lacan (ArtsandCulture.com)
Kid A In Alphabet Land: A Trading Card Set Dealing With Jacques Lacan ("An Abededarian Roller Coaster Ride Through the Phallocentric Obscurantism of Jacques Lacan, With Apologies to Slavoj Sizek. 30 card series") (Carl Steadman, HotWired)
Lacan (lecture notes created for a course) (Mary Klages, U. Colorado, Boulder)
Lacanian Links ("largest annotated Lacanian link list in cyberspace") (Timothy Leuer, Kurume U., Japan)
Lacan Page (Peter Krapp, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Peter Starr (USC), "The Tragic Ear of the Intellectual: Lacan" (1998) (on Lacan and May 1968) (Tympanum)
François Lachance (U. Toronto), Sense: Orientations, Meanings, Apparatus (comparative literature dissertation; "Each section of the study examines how an organization of the senses affects theory making")
R. D. Laing
Clare, Dr. Anthony 51-minute streaming video interview (The Roland Collection of Films and Videos on Art: A great resource with over 300 hours of streaming video available for free viewing)
Literature, Cognition & the Brain ("research at the intersection of literary studies, cognitive theory, and neuroscience"; page includes "abstracts, reviews, accounts of work forthcoming or in progress, links to related web sites, and a regularly updated bibliography&
The Lucifer Principle (support page for Howard Bloom's book explaining the origin of evil from an evolutionary-psychology perspective; includes brief excerpts and
Mind and Body: René Descartes to William James (site on the mind-body problem from the 17th through 19th centuries; originally a 1992 exihibit at the U. S. National Library of Medicine) (Robert H. Wozniak, Bryn Mawr College)
Narrative Psychology: An Internet Guide ("focuses upon narrative perspectives in psychology and allied disciplines and provides an interdisciplinary guide to bibliographical and Internet resources concerned with 'the storied nature of human conduct' ") (Vincent W. Hevern, Le Moy
Ninth Street Center (Paul Rosenfels Page) (site dedicated to the ideas of the "Chicago-based psychiatrist who, after breaking with psychoanalysis in the 1940's, developed his own ideas about human relationships")
Noetica (cognitive-science journal)
The Personality Index ("This page is simply intended to gather together links to a variety of home pages organized by personality type. . . . In a sense, I consider this page to be a test of the validity of the theory of personality typing") (Dou
Philosophy of Psychiatry Bibliography ("ethical, social, political, legal, historical and philosophical issues in mental health and psychiatry") (Christian Perring)
The Pre-History of Cognitive Science Web (annotated bibliography and discussion of philosophers of human cognition from the 17th through 19th centuries) (Carl Stahmer, UC Santa Barbara)
Psychoanalysis (SWIRL)
Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere Forum (Robert M. Young, Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies, U. Sheffield)
Psychoanalysis and Sigmund Freud (lecture notes created for a course) (Mary Klages, U. Colorado, Boulder)
Psychoanalytic Theory (John Lye, Brock U.)
Psychology Page (Patrick Macartney, U. Leeds)
Psycoloquy: Refereed Interdisciplinary Journal of Psychology, with Peer Commentary (journal for "cognitive science, neuroscience, behavioral biology, artificial intelligence, robotics/vision, linguistics and philosophy")
Psyc Site: Science of Psychology Resources (Ken Stange, Nipissing U.)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Psychology (U. Waterloo)
Resources on the History of Idiocy (well-developed "bibliographic and text resource base"; includes links to texts on the topic) (Murray K. Simpson, U. Dundee)
Michael Rustin and Andrew Cooper, Psychoanalysis and "the Public Sphere: The Project in Changing Times" (1996) 
Herbert Simon, "Literary Criticism: A Cognitive Approach" (1994) (Stanford Electronic Humanities Review)
Theory & Psychology Journal 
(conference) Trauma and Memory: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (May 22-24, 1998, U. New South Wales, Australia) (includes abstracts of papers)
The Turing Test Homepage ("contains all the information that we could find concerning the so called 'Turing Test' ") (Pinar Saygin, Varol Akman)
Sherry Turkle (MIT), "Tough Love: An Introduction to Françoise Dolto's When Parents Separate" 
Shmuel Vaknin, Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Re-Visited 
Robert M. Young (Centre For Psychotherapeutic Studies, U. Sheffield): Selected Essays
"British Psychoanalysis and Politics" (1991) 
The Culture of British Psychoanalysis and Related Essays on Character and Morality and on The Psychodynamics of Psychoanalytic Organizations (1996) 
"Primitive Processes on the Internet" (1996) ("an exploration of people's primitive feelings about computers and getting on the Internet. It also examines some of the fantasy and other irrational elements of being on the 'net")
"Psychoanalysis and the Other: Psychopathology and Racism" (1993) 
"Psychoanalysis and/of the Internet" (1995) 
"The Psychoanalysis of Sectarianism" (1993) 
"Psychotic Anxieties and the Fading Hopes of the Left" (1992) 
"Racism: Projective Identification and Cultural Processes" (1992) 

VoS is woven by Alan Liu and a development team
in the U.California, Santa Barbara, English Department.
Contact: ayliu@english.ucsb.edu — To suggest links for inclusion in VoS, please use the "Suggest a Link" button on the relevant category page. To offer feedback on the site, please use the feedback form.
Guide: What the Title of VoS Means Navigating and Bookmarking VoS Contributing Links Helping Edit VoS Technical Specs Credits

[To Top]