A pictorial history of psychology

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Quintessence Pub., 1997 - Medical - 636 pages
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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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Contents

The Case of Photography
56
Klaus Jiirgen Bruder
66
Fact or Fiction?
77
Psychiologia pX07coytoz Psychology
85
The Witchcraze in 17thCentury Europe
107
An 18thCentury Baby Biography Wilhelm Wundt
126
Edward Bradford Titchener 18671927
153
Wilhelm Wirth and the Psychophysical The Mental Life of Newborn Children
295
Carl Stumpf Robert A Neimeyer and Thomas I Jackson
364
The Graz School of Gestalt Psychology Peter van Drunen
373
The Berlin School of Gestalt Psychology Classical Psychopathology
383
A Biographical Sketch
391
Kurt LewinFilmmaker The Case of Little Hans
399
Georg Groddeck Pieter J van Strien 541
420
Erich Fromm Ulfried Geuter 553
431
Growth of Branches
463

The Third Pillar of Experimental Psychology
301
The Wfirzburg School of Psychology Functioning Jacqueline L Cunningham
309
Margaret Floy Washburn William Stern Wilfred Schmidt
322
Architect for a Psychologically
329
Maverick lnventor Behaviorist Critic
337
The Heretical Psychology of Egon Brunswik
348
A Becoming Personality Alvin H Smith
356
The Origins of the Psychology of Testimony Robert R Hoffman 594
476
Sports Psychology Wilfred Schmidt 6
485
Gilbreth
501
Industrial Psychology
509
The History of Psychology
518
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