HTP Prints Archive Policy
- HTP Prints is offered
by as a free service to scholarly historians and theoreticians of
psychology. Its goal is to foster the rapid exchange of work in history
and theory of psychology.
- Submissions to the HTP
Prints are not refereed and no representation is made by HTP Prints
with respect to the accuracy or quality of preprints posted. The views
and opinions expressed are those of the authors and not HTP Prints
or its sponsors. With respect to the documents available from this
server, HTP Prints make no warranty, expressed or implied, including
warrants of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and
non-infringement, and the sponsors do not assume any liability or
responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any
information or material.
- All documents available
from this server may be protected under Canadian and foreign copyright
laws, and may not be reproduced without permission.
- HTP Prints takes the
act of posting a paper as a representation by the person posting that
the paper does not contain libelous or defamatory material, that the
person posting the paper owns the copyright to it and grants users
of HTP Prints permission to make a copy of the paper for their private
- Preprints posted on HTP
Prints are restricted to those in history and theory of psychology
or related material of interest to historians and theoreticians of
psychology. The range of admissible topics and the style of analysis
is set by the topics and styles of material publishable in journals
such as History of Psychology, Journal of the History of the Behavioral
Sciences, History of the Human Sciences, Theory and Psychology, and
- HTP Prints reserves the
right to refuse to post papers it deems to lie outside these boundaries.
Because of the volume of material posted, the archive cannot enter
into correspondence concerning submissions that have been refused.
- The archive accepts papers
in any language. However titles and abstracts must be in English.
- Up to two business days
should be allowed between the time a paper is deposited and the time
it becomes accessible to other users of HTP Prints.