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Sources for Gestalt Therapy and Gestalt Psychology around the world

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EARLY GESTALT PSYCHOLOGY & GESTALT THEORETICAL PSYCHOLOGY LINKS

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Welcome to the Gestalt theory page. Here you will find links to lectures, articles and book excerpts about and by Gestalt Psychology's founders, Max Wertheimer, Kurt Koffka, and Wolfgang Kohler. There is also material about Kurt Goldstein'a "organismic psychology, which was a Gestalt-oriented physiological psychology, Steven Lehar, a seminal contemporary thinker who blends early Gestalt and "Goldsteinian" thinking; Kurt Lewin, who developed a Gestalt-based social psychology and personality theory, and contemporary "action research" which is based on Lewin's ideas.

For information on Gestalt Therapy and its various dimensions, go to The Gestalt Main Page.

     
  Lecture notes at this website, by Victor Daniels
  The Gestalt Archive at the International Society for Gestalt Theory and its Applications
  The Gestalt Theoretical Psychotherapy Site
  Links to other Gestalt-Related Sources
  Classics in the History of Psychology website at York University. Under "Documents Sorted by Topic," click on "Gestalt Theory" for articles by Koffka, Kohler, & Wertheimer. You may also want to check out the rest of this site.
  "Gestalt Theory," by Max Wertheimer
  "An Old Pseudoproblem," by Wolfgang Köhler
"Gestalt Psychology Today," by Wolfgang Köhler
  "Perception: An introduction to the Gestalt-theorie" Kurt Koffka
Gestalt Theory and Edward Chace Tolman
  Kurt Goldstein mini-biography
Kurt Goldstein, by Kate Patterson
Abstract and Concrete Behavior, by Kurt Goldstein & Martin Scheerer
Kurt Lewin, and contemporary Action Research. Many links.
Steven Lehar's website. Cutting-edge contemporary thinking involving neurology, gestalt psychology, phenomenology, and perception
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4/6/05