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The Elements Of Psychology

"The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge. This book is designed to serve as a text-book for students who have had no previous training in psychology, who will not in nine cases out of ten take any considerable amount of advanced work in psychology, and who need psychological knowledge and insight to fit them to study, not the special theories of philosophy, but the general facts of human nature. This book is therefore eclectic in subject matter and in method. Description, definition, analysis, experimentation, comparative and genetic studies--no one of these can wisely be omitted. This book represents no particular kind of psychology peculiar to the author, nor any radical departures from the general usage of modern text-books on psychology. The changes from the first edition consist of alterations of form, especially in the case of the exercises. The content remains practically identical with that of the first edition"--Publisher. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).

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  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge"--Pref. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)"
  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge. This book is designed to serve as a text-book for students who have had no previous training in psychology, who will not in nine cases out of ten take any considerable amount of advanced work in psychology, and who need psychological knowledge and insight to fit them to study, not the special theories of philosophy, but the general facts of human nature. This book is therefore eclectic in subject matter and in method. Description, definition, analysis, experimentation, comparative and genetic studies--no one of these can wisely be omitted. This book represents no particular kind of psychology peculiar to the author, nor any radical departures from the general usage of modern text-books on psychology. The changes from the first edition consist of alterations of form, especially in the case of the exercises. The content remains practically identical with that of the first edition"--Publisher. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)."@en
  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge. This book is designed to serve as a text-book for students who have had no previous training in psychology, who will not in nine cases out of ten take any considerable amount of advanced work in psychology, and who need psychological knowledge and insight to fit them to study, not the special theories of philosophy, but the general facts of human nature. This book is therefore eclectic in subject matter and in method. Description, definition, analysis, experimentation, comparative and genetic studies--no one of these can wisely be omitted. This book represents no particular kind of psychology peculiar to the author, nor any radical departures from the general usage of modern text-books on psychology. The changes from the first edition consist of alterations of form, especially in the case of the exercises. The content remains practically identical with that of the first edition"--Publisher. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)."
  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge"--Pref. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)."@en
  • "First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."@en
  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge"--Préf. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)."
  • ""The aim of this book is to help students to learn the general principles of psychology. Those facts which can most profitably be made the subject matter of a course in general psychology are presented with an abundance of concrete illustrations, experiments, exercises and questions, by which the student may secure real rather than verbal conceptions and may test, apply and make permanent his knowledge. This book is designed to serve as a text-book for students who have had no previous training in psychology, who will not in nine cases out of ten take any considerable amount of advanced work in psychology, and who need psychological knowledge and insight to fit them to study, not the special theories of philosophy, but the general facts of human nature. This book is therefore eclectic in subject matter and in method. Description, definition, analysis, experimentation, comparative and genetic studies--no one of these can wisely be omitted. This book represents no particular kind of psychology peculiar to the author, nor any radical departures from the general usage of modern text-books on psychology. The changes from the first edition consist of alterations of form, especially in the case of the exercises. The content remains practically identical with that of the first edition"--Publisher. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)"

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