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Anyone wanting a thorough introduction to psychology will find this work useful and engaging. This first volume contains The Scope of Psychology, The Functions of the Brain, On Some General Conditions of Brain Activity, Habit, The Automaton Theory, The Mind-Stuff Theory, The Methods and Snares of Psychology, The Relations of Minds to Other Things, The Stream of Thought, The Consciousness of Self, Attention, Conception, Discrimination and Comparison, Association, The Perception of Time and Memory.
Anyone wanting a thorough introduction to psychology will find this work useful and engaging. This second volume covers sensation, imagination, reasoning, instinct, emotions, will, Hypnotism, movement, and the perception of objects and space.
American psychologist and philosopher James (1842-1910) examines a wide range of topics such as the importance and physical basis of habit, stream of consciousness, self and the sense of personal identity, discrimination and association, the sense of time, memory, perception, imagination, reasoning, emotions compared to instincts, the will and voluntary acts, and other subjects.
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