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Center for the History of Psychology

73 S College St, Akron, OH 44325-4302
+1 330-972-7285
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Psychology Museum

This museum is free the last time I went and they only siggested donations via a box off to the... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2016
Bryan P
via mobile
A first-rate educational facility

I have visited this operation about annually over the years and watched its development under the... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2016
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7 Mar 2016
“Psychology Museum”
21 Jan 2016
“A first-rate educational facility”
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73 S College St, Akron, OH 44325-4302
+1 330-972-7285
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Reviewed 7 March 2016 via mobile

This museum is free the last time I went and they only siggested donations via a box off to the side. Give if you can. At any rate, the museum has stuff from Freud, Skinner, and many other landmark psychologists. You'd be surprised as this...More

Thank Bryan P
Reviewed 21 January 2016

I have visited this operation about annually over the years and watched its development under the the able direction of Dr. David Baker. There is plenty to see in their museum section and great opportunity for scholarly work in their library facility. There are enough...More

Thank PCmonkey
Reviewed 23 October 2015

This is a sacred place for psychologists, and very interesting, thought-provoking one for intelligent people.

Thank Nataliia K
Reviewed 12 October 2015

This is a small museum which is being expanded. There are exhibits about well known psychologic experiments as well as interactive ones. Very interesting.

Thank paula a
Reviewed 9 September 2015

This is the only Psychology museum and it has a lot of very cool stuff, especially for anyone knowledgeable about Psychology. Moreover, they have just received a large donation and are in the process of adding a couple of floors of exhibits. Very manageable and...More

Thank BuzzieFamily
Reviewed 4 May 2015

A psychology museum that provides a rare glimpse into artifacts, films, photographs, research instruments, and significant psychological history. It also includes personal papers from renowned psychology researchers. My favorite was the simulated shock generator used in Stanley Milgram's 1960s studies of obedience. 65% of the...More

1  Thank Carol S
Reviewed 18 November 2013

Museum and reading rooms located in a library make this building a treasure house of valuable information. If you want to extend applications of your knowledge of psychology take time and and visit this place. Floor space could be larger for sure and displays are...More

3  Thank GiudoLocattelli
Reviewed 8 June 2013

We visited the Center for the History of Psychology on a Friday afternoon. Admission is free; however, donations are welcome. There are marked spots in the lot for visitors right beside the building so there was no aggravation trying to find a parking spot. When...More

6  Thank funinthesun037
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