Le site Web consacré aux archives de la SCP a été créé dans le but de faciliter la recherche historique. Les documents qui y sont présentés comportent à la fois de l’information sur la procédure et de la documentation concrète et sont conçus pour servir de guide général et de source d’information tant pour les chercheurs débutants que pour les chercheurs expérimentés. 

Note :  Les documents suivants ne sont malheureusement pas disponibles en français
 

Donating to CPA’s Archives

If you have archival materials pertaining to the history of the CPA that you wish to donate, please write to the Association’s Historian. In your letter please itemize all the materials you wish to have forwarded, and note the approximate size of the collection (in inches or feet). If any of these materials appear to have archival or historical value, and can be said to properly belong among the CPA fonds, the CPA will assist in making the arrangements to have the materials shipped to Head Office and will then forward them to Library and Archives Canada. Please do not forward any materials without having made arrangements with the CPA Historian.

Note: The CPA cannot accept personal papers as valuable as they may be. If you are interested in depositing your personal papers please contact the archives attached to your university. If your university does not have an archivist or you are not affiliated with a university you may wish to contact your local or provincial archives or Library and Archives Canada.

If you have archival materials pertaining to the history of Canadian psychology that may have archival or historical value, please look into finding a home for them. These materials will no doubt be useful to future historians and will do much to facilitate historical scholarship. Archival material may also qualify for a tax credit.

Contacting CPA's Historian/Archivist

For information about the History of Psychology in Canada or to reach CPA's Historian/Archivist, please contact Dr. John Conway via email (executiveoffice@cpa.ca) or leave a message for him with CPA's Head Office (613-237-2144 or toll-free: 1-888-472-0657).

The CPA Archives website was originally conceived, developed and maintained by Katalin Dzinas, CPA Historian from 2000 to 2007.

Last updated by the CPA February 2010. 

 

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