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  • Colin S. Buell
  • Essentials of Psychology 
     

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    Lieferstatus:   i.d.R. innert 5-10 Tagen versandfertig
    Veröffentlichung:  2007  
    Genre:  Psychologie / Pädagogik 
    ISBN:  9781406703764 
    EAN-Code: 
    9781406703764 
    Verlag:  Kennelly Press 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 216 mm / B 140 mm / D 13 mm 
    Gewicht:  301 gr 
    Seiten:  232 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    ESSENTIALS PSYCHOLOGY BY COLIN S. BUEEfc M. A. PRINCIPAL OF THK WII. l. TAMS MKMOKIAT. INST1TUT NKW I. ON1X N, CONNK TICUT GINN COMPANY BOSTON - NEW YORK - CHICAOO LONDON Coivnu iiT, 1898 Uv CO I. IN S KVK KfiSKRVED tgfte fltbtngttm 3prc OINN -C DMIANY - PRO PUlhTORS 1JOSTON U b. A. PR HI ACE. i 3 IT has long been a favorite theory of the author that even the more profound subjects are capable of compre hension by the average high-school student, if presented in the simplicity of the truth. It is in accordance with this theory that this book has been prepared. For several years it has been the authors privilege and pleasure to lead a class, varying in numbers from twenty-five to forty, through the delightful paths of psychological science. The main difficulty has been in securing a text-book that would give just what was needed, and allow at the same time that privilege which all intelligent beings should enjoy a privilege too often lost sight of in the preparation of text-books the privilege of doing a little independent thinking. The condensed editions of the longer treatises seemed to retain too much of the university flavor, too much of the philosophy of the subject, while for a psychology suited exactly to the needs of the normal and high school there seemed to be a growing demand. With IV PREFACE. the intention of gratifying the authors own pupils, and many friends of more advanced age, and with the hope that in so doing he might also reach the wants of others, the preparation of this little book has been undertaken. The author disclaims any great originality in the subject-matter. Indeed, with such writers in English in the field as James, Sully, Ladcl, and many others, to saynothing of numerous German authors, originality would seem to be hardly possible. The method of treatment, the choice of the subjects treated, and the order of treatment are, however, so far as he knows, his own. It is hoped that the style which has been adopted will meet the wants of students in high and normal schools, and at the same time will not seem too familiar for that large number of people who are anxious to learn something of Psychology in connec tion with their ordinary reading. The paragraphs have been arranged with special reference to the needs of the student, and the side-heads will suit his conven ience in reviews, and also permit the use of the topical method. The author has found himself constantly tempted to a fuller discussion of many topics, but, having set the limits beforehand, has rigidly held himself within bounds. PREFACE. V The questions and problems, some of which may seem trivial, others too difficult, will be found to render valuable assistance in attaining one of the objects of the book, the development of the psychologic faculties of the student. All these questions and problems, as well as the illustrations and examples, which are very few in number, are but suggestive in character, and will, of course, be supplemented by those who may use the book. Doubtless some assistance will be needed occasionally, but it should not be given until the student has failed to answer for himself for A mans reach should exceed his grasp. In order that the results of independent investiga tions may be rendered permanent, a number of blank pages will be found at the end of the book, following the index, upon which the student may note his conclusions. The author, expresses his thanks to all those who have assisted in the preparation of this book. Espe cial mention should be made of Prof. William James, of Harvard, who has made several valuable sugges tions, and of Dr. A. F. Blaisdell, who has kindly permitted the use of several cuts from his Practical Physiology. COLIN S. BUELL. NEW LONDON, CONN., July 27, 1898. CONTENTS. CHAPTKK I. INTRODUCTION ......... J 3 CHAPTER II. 1 iiE SENSES TASTE ANJ SMEIJ 2 4 35 CHAPTER III. THE SENSES HEARING 36-48 CIIAPTKR IV. THE SENSES SIGHT ........ 49-71 CHAPTER V...
      
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