Explorations in the history of psychology in the United States
Bucknell University Press, 1984 - Psychology - 333 pages
This collection of monographs traces the development of psychology in the United States from the 1630s to the present, describing and explaining the influence of European and indigenous doctrines and methods, and chronicling the process from meager beginnings to world leadership in the field. Illustrated.
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The Origins of American Academic Psychology
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