Notable among these collections are papers of scholars such as Sidney Jourard, who founded the American Association for Humanistic Psychology; Carmi Harari, who founded the Division of Humanistic Psychology within the American Psychology Association, and researcher and author William Roll, who was director of the Institute for Parapsychical Research at Duke University before coming to UWG and who has written extensively about poltergeists and psychical research. The papers of psychologist and University of Georgia professor Edith Weisskopf-Joelson, who studied schizophrenia, alienation, and logotherapy, are included here. The papers of artist, author and pioneering parapsychology practitioner and researcher best known for his work in remote viewing, Ingo Swann, are also available for research.