A pictorial history of psychology
With more than 100 chapters by eminent contributors around the world, this book brings to life the key figures, ideas, and movements that have shaped psychology from ancient times to the present. Nearly 700 photographs and illustrations, some published here for the first time, give the book a strong visual emphasis to complement its expert writing. The reader will learn the surprising connections between psychology and a variety of other disciplines.
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Preface to the German Edition Elisabeth Baumgartner and Wilhelm Baumgartner 6 1
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