An Introduction to Psychology

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
This bibliography is incomplete, first, because of the limitations of its compiler's knowledge; second, because of the limitations of this book, which is a general treatise, not a specialist monograph on any subject. On the other hand, this bibliography does not confine itself to English works, and includes references to the monograph and periodical literature of psychology, not only in the hope of inciting some students to psychological research, but in the belief that even elementary students are the better for a wide outlook. With a few exceptions, mainly in the literature of experiment, only books and papers of which the writer has a first-hand knowledge are referred to. Detailed references, in the body of the book, are seldom repeated here; but relatively extended bibliographies are given of certain subjects of which the book does not treat. The lists are arranged in a rough topical order; occasionally, also, the books or essays first named are those which seem, to the writer, of most immediate value to the student. (For complete list of books and essays on psychology published since 1889, cf. the yearly bibliography of the Zeitschrift für Psychol. u. Physiol. d. Sinnesorgane; and (since 1894) the Psychological Index now published conjointly by the Psychological Review, L'Année Psychologique and the Zeitschrift.)
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
(This is an incomplete list. In particular it omits all works published, or last issued, before 1890. For references to textbooks of Bain, Spencer, Lipps, Volkmann, Brentano, and Cornelius, see footnotes of Chapter XXVIII.)
William James, Principles of Psychology, I. and II., 1890. Psychology, Briefer Course, 1893.
O. Külpe, Outlines of Psychology, 1895, Eng. Tr. ( Macmillan Co.) (This book lays stress on psycho-physical relations and measurements.)

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An Introduction to Psychology
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Book I - Introspective Psychology of the Normal Consciousness 15
  • Part I - Structural Elements of Consciousness 17
  • Part II - Concrete Conscious Experiences 147
  • Book II - Comparative Psychology and Abnormal Psychology 349
  • Part I - Comparative Psychology 355
  • Part II - Abnormal Psychology 397
  • Conclusion 424
  • Appendix 447
  • Bibliography 492
  • Index of Subjects 505
  • Index of Authors 511
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