Fundamentals of Psychology 3rd Edition, 718 Pages

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    There must be selection both in points of view and in the facts that are given. The field has grown too large to be covered in a year, if all details are to be incorporated. Selection must be made of the facts that have the most general bearing and of the points of view that can be most readily organized into a consistent system; a sane and not too colorless eclecticism has been striven for. It is probably a favorable time to give an impartial view, for most of the very rigid systems seem to be undergoing change or losing their appeal. Emphasis has been placed upon the points in the different interpretations that are common to most schools.
    • Publisher : Addison-Wesley Pub.
    • Language : English
    • Paperback : 698 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0201112302
    • ISBN-13 : 978-0201112306
    • Item Weight : 3.65 pounds
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