The Mental Life: A Survey of Modern Experimental Psychology

The Mental Life: A Survey of Modern Experimental Psychology

The Mental Life: A Survey of Modern Experimental Psychology

The Mental Life: A Survey of Modern Experimental Psychology

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This volume is the third of a Series which will include texts representing all special topics and branches of psychology and all distinctive points of view in the field of systematic psychology.

Professor Ruckmick's account of the phenomena of mental life is representative of a distinctive point of view which has played an influential role in the history of American psychology and which has many sympathizers and adherents among present-day psychologists.

The manuscript was prepared as a series of lectures which were delivered to a popular audience. In adapting the manuscript to the more formal requirements of a book, the author attempted to preserve as much as possible this popular mode of presentation. Professor Ruckmick has admirably succeeded in this difficult task of combining a free, easy and popular style with precision, accuracy and dignity of statement and still preserving a scholarly organization of the material.

HARVEY A. CARR.

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