Lectures on the Elementary Psychology of Feeling and Attention

Avery Publishing (1908)
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Our views of sensation, of feeling, and of attention determine, if we are logical, the whole further course of our psychological thought and exposition. ...
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ISBN(s) 0217011691   9780405051661   0405051662   1113440694
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