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An overview of PhotoPsychology was originally published  as:

Photography on the couch: the psychological uses of photography, The General Psychologist, Winter/Spring 2007, 42(1), 27-30. http://www.apa.org/divisions/div1/news/Winter-Spring2007/Winter-Spring%202007%20TGP_web.pdf