The G. Stanley Hall lecture series, Volume 2
Alan G. Kraut, American Psychological Association
American Psychological Association, 1982 - Psychology - 254 pages
The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series is an annual program of five distinguished lectures presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association. The lectures represent content updates of recent literature in a large number of areas typically covered in a survey course in undergraduate psychology. Although the series is primarily oriented to teachers of psychology, the lectures are of value to anyone interested in staying abreast of the most important developments in all areas of psychology.
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