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Other titles:

A history of psychology in autobiography. Several volumes, variously edited by Carl Murchison, E. G. Boring, and Gardner Lindzey over the years.

The national cyclopedia of American biography. (53 volumes).

The international encyclopedia of the social sciences. (18 volumes).

Dictionary of American biography. (22 volumes).

Dictionary of scientific biography. (15 volumes).