Introduction to Psychology, 2nd Edition [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 8:209-211 (1958)
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Abstract

This revised edition has been published in the light of a questionnaire answered in detail by users of the first edition. The nature of psychology; the growth and development of the human being; motivation, emotion, adjustment; learning and thinking; perception; individuality and its appraisal; psychology and social problems are considered, and in that order. The text includes a section on psychology as a profession. The end of each chapter has a summary and suggestions for further reading. A glossary of psychological terms and author and subject indices complete the work.

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