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- The History of Phrenology on the Web by John van Wyhe, PhD.
- Phrenology: an Overview includes The History of Phrenology by John van Wyhe, PhD.
- The Phrenology Pages, a Belgian site advocating phrenology.
- Examples of phrenological tools can be seen in The Museum of Questionable Medical Devices in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S..
- Joseph Vimont: Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée. (Paris, 1832-1835). Selected pages scanned from the original work. Historical Anatomies on the Web. US National Library of Medicine.
- Jean-Claude Vimont: Phrénologie à Rouen, les moulages du musée Flaubert d'histoire de la médecine
- Phrenology: History of a Classic Pseudoscience - by Steven Novella MD
- Historical Deadwood Newspaper accounts of C. R. Broadbent well known speaker on Phrenology and Physiology visit Deadwood SD 1878
- Who Named It? Franz Joseph Gall Biography of Franz Joseph Gall and his creation: Phrenology.
- Phrenology by George Burgess (1829-1905) George Burgess, Phrenologist in Bristol, England 1861-1901.
- History of the Phrenology Bust as developed by Spurzheim
- George Combe's Elements of Phrenology.
- Phrenology Tools of the Trade.
- Early accounts of Phrenology practice
- Brain and Mind (electronic magazine on Neuroscience) Modern Phrenology Offshoots of Phrenology: Crainiology and Anthropometry
- Florida State University College of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Course material.