A History of Psychology: Original Sources and Contemporary Research
Ludy T. Benjamin
McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Psychology - 663 pages
This book is a reader in the history of psychology that covers the field from Descartes and Locke and the rise of modern science through the neobehaviorism of the 1950's. It is unlike any previous reader treating the history of psychology in that it combines primary and secondary sources. The history of psychology course is offered in the psychology department at most four-year schools.
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