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Psychology and Social Practice

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Psychology and Social Practice
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Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
ISBN/ASIN: B007RZ4YSA
Number of pages: 43

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In coming before you I had hoped to deal with the problem of the relation of psychology to the social sciences -- and through them to social practice, to life itself. Naturally, in anticipation, I had conceived a systematic exposition of fundamental principles covering the whole ground, and giving every factor its due rating and position.

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