Connections in the History and Systems of Psychology
This comprehensive, scholarly text offers extensive biographical detail and full coverage of psychology's pre-19th century philosophical and scientific roots. The authors make connections between recent developments in biological, social and cognitive psychology and their historical roots through current articles and references.
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