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Psychology For The Millions

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Klappentext Many of the earliest books! particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before! are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable! high quality! modern editions! using the original text and artwork.

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for PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE MILLIONS MEMBER OF THE FACULTY COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK FREDERICK FELL, INC., NEW YORK 1947 wo iUcwime, JeatV So Preface x 1. America Bares Its Body and Soul 3 Spheres of Psychological Influence 2. Gershwin, Whistler, Marble, Deisler, Jones Sensory Champions 1 8 Seeing, Hearing, Tasting, Smelling, etc. Mans Eleven Senses 3. You and Heredity 34 . A Psychology for Some Individual Differences 4. From Carnegie Hall to the Flying Trapeze 58 Heredity and Environment Among Athletes and Performers 5. Why Birds Go South, and Vision Among the Blind 74 Instincts, Humans, and Animal Psychology 6. Problem Children and Problem Parents 105 The Psychology of Your Child and Childhood 7. Consumers and Criminals Are Caught by Their Emotions 145 The Psychology of Emotions 8. The Circus Giant and the Bearded Lady 167 Personality Effects of the Endocrine Glands 9. From Hollywood to City College 185 Typing and Judging Personality 10. What Makes Sammy Run 211 The Role of Motives in Personality Analysis 11. Dodging Through Life, or Seven Roads to Failure 233 Conflicts and Adjustments in Personality Formation 12. Catching and Combating Fear Neuroses in War and Peace 250 Fear and Personality 13. Two-Gun Crowley and Adolph Hitler 280 The Psychology of the Psychotic Personality 14. Quiz Kids and Phi Beta Kappa Men 306 The Intelligence Quotient and Personality 15. Tell Em, Tell Em What to Tell Them 340 The Psychology of Sex Development and Sex Problems Bibliographical Acknowledgment to References 379 Indexes 387 INTRODUCTION TO THE PREFACE READERS who do not read prefaces or introductions make life diffi cult for a conscientious author. Its like pitching to a batter who never takes thefirst ball pitched. How to get these readers to peruse ones introductory remarks becomes an authors dilemma. The preface can be omitted. But that would be an example of solving problems by running away from them, and thats poor psychology in a book on psychology. Somewhere in this book I point out that John Barrymore habit ually employed the ineffective escape mechanism of fleeing from his problems. Barrymore kept running away from his wives all four of them. This writer has no desire to lead a life of flight. George Bernard Shaw said in one of his introductions that only a fool reads an introduction first. Then we find him writing a high-sounding philosophical introduction in the form of a thirty three page letter addressed to a fellow critic, which he calls epistle dedicatory. But hes George Bernard Shaw. In Somerset Maughams recent offering, The Razors Edge, he has an introduction that he wants the reader to read. So he starts his book with it and calls it chapter one. But hes Somerset Maugham. Now I have a few prefatory remarks that I would like to have read, and also some words of thanks and acknowledgment that I would like the reader to know about. I do not wish to treat these acknowledgments cursorily, nor do I wish to discharge my obliga tions by heaping them line upon line into a mass of unreadable names of people, books and places. And so, I begin my preface with the words of Benjamin Franklin jL t eface NOT thou disturbed, O grave and sober reader, if among the many serious sentences in my book thou findest me trifling now and then, and talking idly. In all the dishes I have hitherto cooked for thee, there is solid meat enough for thy money. There are scraps from the table ofwisdom that will, if well digested, yield strong nourishment to thy mind. But squeamish stomachs cannot cat without pickles which, tis true, are good for nothing else, but they provoke an appetite. These are the words of Benjamin Franklin, offered by his Poor Richard in 1739 applied to this book I say, ditto...

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Titel: Psychology For The Millions
Autor:
EAN: 9781406747591
ISBN: 1406747599
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 412
Gewicht: 548g
Größe: H216mm x B140mm x T24mm
Jahr: 2007