History of Psychology
Employing a biographical approach, this text details the important scientific accomplishments of psychology through the lives of the men and women who pioneered the seminal theories driving the discipline. The successes and failures of these distinguished psychologists provide a thorough and complete history of the field and show students its relevance to contemporary psychology.
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Psychology and the Ancients
Philosophical and Scientific Antecedents of Psychology
Early Studies of the Central Nervous System
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