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Welcome to the psychology images page. The aim of this page is to create a repository of images that can be freely used without restriction in psychology presentations, projects, lectures, dissertations, books etc.


To the best of my knowledge all the psychology pictures featured on the psychology images page(s) are in the public domain. No permission is required to use the images, although you may be asked to credit the original source; and in all cases please help spread the word about this free psychology resource by crediting this website.

For example if you wanted to download and use any of the following pictures featuring some of the most influential thinkers and writers in the history of psychology, all I ask is that you include the following information.

Image(s) downloaded for free at

Downloading The Psychology Images

Simply point your mouse cursor at the picture you want and then right-click on the picture (a menu will appear). Mac users, simply press and hold down the mouse button to see the menu.

Choose "Save picture as" if you're using Internet Explorer, or choose "Save image as" if you're using Netscape Navigator.

Choose where you would like to save the picture and whether you would like to change the image name or the format of the image.

Finally, Click the button to the right of the "File name" box. It will either be called Save or Open.

Sigmund Freud

William James

Ivan Pavlov

Hugo Munsterberg

Wilhelm Wundt


I've managed to get hold of a wonderful collection of psychology pictures that I'll be sharing shortly. Given the number of photos that I have, I decided it made sense to make them available via Flickr. Not only will this give you more flexibility when it comes to downloading but it will enable me to arrange the psychology pictures into appropriate sets.

You can access all the pictures via the following link or via the slideshow below.

Psychology Pictures

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