Psychology: The Briefer Course

William James Matthew Thomas James

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Psychology: The Briefer Course

Psychology The Briefer Course Condensed and reworked from James s monumental Principles of Psychology this classic text examines habit stream of consciousness self and the sense of personal identity discrimination and association

  • Title: Psychology: The Briefer Course
  • Author: William James Matthew Thomas James
  • ISBN: 9780486416045
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Condensed and reworked from James s monumental Principles of Psychology, this classic text examines habit stream of consciousness self and the sense of personal identity discrimination and association the sense of time memory perception imagination reasoning emotions, instincts the will and voluntary acts and much This edition omits the outdated first nineCondensed and reworked from James s monumental Principles of Psychology, this classic text examines habit stream of consciousness self and the sense of personal identity discrimination and association the sense of time memory perception imagination reasoning emotions, instincts the will and voluntary acts and much This edition omits the outdated first nine chapters.

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    1. Roy Lotz on said:

      William James’s monumental Principles of Psychology has long been on my to-read list. But I have a nasty habit of letting books scare me; and a 1,400-page textbook from 1890 was sufficiently intimidating to make me put it off indefinitely.To warm up to the task, I decided to read a couple shorter books of James's. First, I tackled his Varieties of Religious Experience—a pioneering work on the psychology of religion, and a similarly respected classic. There’s a lot of good stuff in that boo [...]

    2. Robin Friedman on said:

      The Psychology Of William JamesIn 1890, following a twelve-year effort, the American philosopher and psychologist William James published his 1200-page "Principles of Psychology". The "Principles" is a grand work which a group of distinguished psychologists described in 1969 as "the most literate, most provocative, and at the same time the most intelligent book on psychology that has ever appeared in English on any other language." The "Principles" proved greatly influential on many philosophers [...]

    3. Rachel Trimble on said:

      Again, I had to read this book for a class, and while there are some interesting things in there, I'm still not a fan of non-fiction. It felt too much like a textbook to me.Would Recommend?No

    4. Shanna on said:

      Quite interesting, however not somthing I would usually read. I like reading books like this on occasion. This was not my favorite psychology book I have ever read but it made some interesting points and was informative. My only complaint is I feel this edition can be more modernized for better understanding.

    5. Humphrey on said:

      As with any scientific book over a century old, James' textbook on psychology is more useful as a piece of history than as a, well, textbook. Nonetheless, this is a provoking piece that sheds much light on the sciences and philosophy in the late 19th century.

    6. Trey Kennedy on said:

      This book is key to seeing the importance of habituation in all of our lives.

    7. Andrew Neuendorf on said:

      Everything psych is coming back James' way. He was right before he was wrong. Contains the killer essays, "The Stream of Consciousness" and "The Self." Build the rest of your life around these.

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