What makes us human? The National Museum of Psychology invites visitors to explore the history of our attempts to understand the human experience. Highlights include interactive exhibits on memory, intelligence, and personality; home movies of Sigmund Freud; a Nobel Prize; the simulated shock generator from Stanley Milgram's obedience studies, and; artifacts from the Stanford Prison Experiment. Plan your visit.
Experience exhibits on psychology’s history as a profession, science and agent of social change. Visitors of all ages can explore how psychology has become part of popular culture and everyday life.
Explore how psychologists have applied their work in hospitals, businesses, schools and industry through exhibits on:
Discover how psychology became a laboratory science and how it has been used to understand sensation, perception, the brain and animal behavior. Exhibit highlights include:
Learn how psychologists use research to understand the social world and create social change. Exhibits explore:
Please note that the Museum closes for all major holidays.
Contact us for information about group tours.
Museum phone: 330-972-5457
Established in 2010, the National Museum of Psychology showcases and interprets documents, media, and artifacts from the Center’s vast special collections. Featuring both temporary and permanent exhibits, the Museum aims to bring the history of psychology to life by providing visitors with an opportunity to explore what it means to be human.
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