History and systems of psychology
Now in its sixth edition, "History of Systems of Psychology" introduces the complexities of psychology's origins. It provides readers with the context of historical, cultural, social and philosophical developments. Topics covered in the book include Psychological Foundations In Ancient Greece, The Emergence Of Modern Science, and Mental Passivity. For psychologists and others in the psychology field.
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PSYCHOLOGYS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
Psychological Foundations In Ancient Greece
From Rome through the Dark Ages
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