Aspi - Archivi storici della psicologia italiana

"ASPI is an interdepartmental research center at the University of Milan-Bicocca aimed at conservation and development of primary sources relating to the history of Italian psychology, understood in all its manifestations.... ASPI was created in 2005 following the first acquisition of the archive and library of Vittorio Benussi and Cesare Musatti. Later ASPI acquired the important collection of Giulio Cesare Ferrari and that of the sociologist Giancarlo Arnao.... To consult the ASPI archives or to receive further information, contact: Aspi - Archivio storico della psicologia italiana, Università degli studi di Milano-Bicocca, Edificio U6 - P.zza dell'Ateneo Nuovo, 1, 20126 Milano, tel. +39 02 6448 6280 - +39 02 6448 3817, e-mail: aspi(at)" For accessing the personal archives you have to register before. Registration and access are free. At the moment the available online archives are: Vittorio Benussi and Cesare Musatti. In future the following individual archives will also be accessible:

  • Giulio Cesare Ferrari,
  • Gabriele Buccola,
  • Agostino Gemelli,
  • Gaetano Kanizsa,
  • Fabio Metelli,
  • Tito Vignoli,
  • Edoardo Weiss

The list of archives updated at December 2015 is also available 

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