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History of Experimental Psychology

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ISBN : 9788130708904

 

Volumes : Set in 2 Volumes

 

Author : Edwin G. Boring

 

Pages : 715 pp

 

Year of Publishing : 2007

 

Binding : Hardbound

 

Publisher : Cosmo Publications

SKU: COSH094 Category:

Both those who believe that psychoanalysis is to become the core of an all-embracing psychology and those who expect to find its position within the rest of psychology will welcome this volume. The first will find in it much with which an all-embracing psychology has to cope, the latter an orientation about the remote and recent past of the scientific neighbors among whom it will have to find a place.
Boring’s volume is not just a history of experimental psychology, but also of its matrix—general psychology. Boring taught experimental psychology at Clark University and at Harvard. Boring was strongly influenced by Edward Titchener and is best known for his work in sensory psychology. Boring’s classic History of Experimental Psychology (1929) made him a pioneer historian of the field. Other important works include Physical Dimensions of Consciousness (1933), and his memoirs, Psychologist at Large (1961).

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