A Century of Psychology: Progress, Paradigms, and Prospects for the New Millennium
Psychology Press, 1997 - Psychology - 329 pages
Psychology has influence in almost every walk of life. Originally published in 1997 A Century of Psychology is a review of where the discipline came from, where it had reached and where the editorsanticipated it may go.Ray Fuller, Patricia Noonan Walsh and Patrick McGinley assembled an internationally recognised team of mainly European experts from the major applications and research areas of psychology. They begin with a critical review of methodology and its limitations and plot the course of gender and developmental psychology.
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