Psychology, General and Applied

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
The following short list of books in the English language is meant to help the student of psychology. Yet it must be emphasized that any thorough study of the field demands acquaintance also with the literature in foreign languages, especially in German. Moreover, not the least valuable part of the psychological literature, both in English and foreign languages, must be sought in the psychological magazines and archives. For the English reader, articles in the following periodicals are essential: Psychological Review, American Journal of Psychology, British Journal of Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Harvard Psychological Studies. For problems on the borderland between psychology and philosophy the following may be consulted: Mind, Philosophical Review, Journal of Philosophy and Psychology. A complete bibliography can be found in the yearly Psychological Index, which appears as a supplement to the Psychological Review.In the list given below each title appears once only in the place where it is most significant. Many of these books contain bibliographies for their particular subject, which show the way also to the foreign literature.
HISTORY.
BALDWIN J. MARK. History of Psychology ( 2 Vols.). N. Y., 1913.
BRETT GEORGE S. A History of Psychology. London, 1912.

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Psychology, General and Applied
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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction. the Aims Of Psychology 1
  • Chapter II - The Realm of Psychology 7
  • Book I. Causal Psychology 19
  • Part I. Principles of Causal Psychology 21
  • Part Ii. the Individual Processes 59
  • Part Iii. the Social Group 224
  • Book Ii. Purposive Psychology 283
  • Part I. Principles of Purposive Psychology 285
  • Part Ii. the Individual Experiences 310
  • Part Iii. the Social Experiences 329
  • Book Iii. Applied Psychology 339
  • Part I. Principles of Applied Psychology 341
  • Part Ii. the Psychotechnical Sciences 365
  • Bibliography 471
  • Index 483
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