Berger, Peter L. and Thomas Luckmann (1966), The social construction of reality: a treatise in the sociology of knowledge
Cancian, Francesca (1968), “Varieties of functional analysis,” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, D. Sills, ed., vol. 6, pp. 29-43. Online access, UCSD only.
Carrithers, Michael (1992), Why humans have cultures: explaining anthropology and social diversity
Cole, Michael (1996) Cultural Psychology: A once and future discipline
Corrigan, John 2004 Religion and Emotion: Approaches and Interpretations.
Freud, Sigmund (1923), The ego and the id
Freud, Sigmund (1926), Inhibitions, symptoms, and anxiety
Freud, Sigmund (1930), Civilization and its discontents
Kirschner, Suzanne(1996), The religious and romantic origins of psychoanalysis: individuation and integration in post-Freudian Theory
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Mitchell, Stephen and Margaret Black (1995), Freud and beyond: a history of modern psychoanalytic thought
Ortner, Sherry (1984), “Theory in Anthropology since the Sixties,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 26: 126-166
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Poirier, Frank and Jeffrey McKee (1999), “Our place in the animal kingdom,” ch. 3 in Understanding human evolution, pp. 36-54
Quinn, Naomi and Claudia Strauss, eds. (2006) Missing Psychology in Cultural Anthropology's Key Words. Special issue of Anthropological Theory 6 (3). Online access, UCSD only.
Rodseth, Lars, Richard Wrangham, Alisa Harrigan, and Barbara Smuts (1991), “The human community as a primate society,” Current Anthropology 32(3):221-254. Online access, UCSD only.
Sapir, Edward (1931-7 ), The psychology of culture: a course of lectures, reconstructed and edited by Judith T. Irvine (Sapir was a foundational figure for both pyscholgical and linguistic anthropology)
Spiro, Melford E. (1994), Culture and Human Nature.
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Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity (T. Luhrmann and S. Parish) editors; UC Press (mixed in how much they focus on experience). Search individual titles in Roger for UCSD holdings.
Society of Psychological Anthropology Book Series. Search individual titles in Roger for UCSD holdings.