by Edward Stevens Robinson
Publisher: The MacMillan Company 1926
Number of pages: 497
Contents: The science op psychology; human nature and the human body; Reflexes and habits; The formation of habits; The fixation and elimination of habits; The operation of habits; Perception and attention; The varieties of perception; Ideas and concepts; Memory; Imagination; Reasoning; Feeling; Personality; Abilities and their measurement.
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