Psycho-Bio-Physiology: Consisting of Applied Psychology, Biology as the Cause of Histology and Anatomy and a Description of the Conduct of Anatomic Pa
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|Excerpt from Psycho-Bio-Physiology: Consisting of Applied Psychology, Biology as the Cause of Histology and Anatomy and a Description of the Conduct of Anatomic Parts, Which Is Physiology
This is a compilation of parts of several books that I have furnished to the profession.
These books it seems to me have been gladly received and I would not do justice to their many readers, who have written me concerning them, if I did not believe that they have gratified a real desire, and been of value as tools of efficient service.
I think I have observed a growing need for a book - literary and scientific, instructive as well as entertaining, both for professional preparation and use, and for the use of the layman
Chiropractic principles need to be disseminated as carefully and fully, in certain ways, to growing children and society in general as they do to the professional Chiropractor. This book is formulated to meet that need.
To the professional person it is a text book of incalculable value. To the non-professional person it is a mine of simple and exact truth that cannot be found in concrete form elsewhere
In the production of this book I have included, practically unchanged, Applied Psychology published by me in 1914 and which was received with such enthusiastic approval, that it met with no criticism anywhere.
I have included here the complete Physiology deduced from the basic principle of Chiropractic, with certain corrections of spelling, punctuation, paragraphing and selection of words, as found in "Carver's Chiropractic Analysis," which I published in 1915.
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