An Introduction To Psychology
by Mary Whiton Calkins
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1905
Number of pages: 540
The book is written in the conviction that psychology should study consciousness, both as a series of complex mental processes, or ideas, and as a relation of conscious selves to each other. As its name implies, the book is intended for students beginning the study of psychology.
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