The Emergence of Psychology Thoemmes Press

ISBN: 9780415092524

Published: January 28th 1993

Hardcover

2432 pages


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The Emergence of Psychology  by  Thoemmes Press

The Emergence of Psychology by Thoemmes Press
January 28th 1993 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 2432 pages | ISBN: 9780415092524 | 4.60 Mb

Writings from British thinkers between 1840 and 1914 on psychology related subjects may often be dismissed as interesting but of little relevance today. Such a view is quickly dissolved by reading the material presented in these works. These writersMoreWritings from British thinkers between 1840 and 1914 on psychology related subjects may often be dismissed as interesting but of little relevance today. Such a view is quickly dissolved by reading the material presented in these works.

These writers effectively made the transition from folk psychology, theological views on human nature and metaphysical speculation to a more empirical and scientific study of the human mind. Far more than this, they present pertinent observations and theoretical insights which may have been overlooked in the past. The psychologist who takes the time to study the work of such men as psychiatrist Henry Maudsley, mathematician William Kingden Clifford and James Sully, the philosopher who first introduced experimental psychology to London University in 1897, will gain a valuable insight into how psychology emerged as the discipline we understand it today.



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