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A Beginner's Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener

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A Beginner's Psychology
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Publisher: The Macmillan Company
ISBN/ASIN: B00LTM9O7I
Number of pages: 388

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I have tried to write, as nearly as might be, the kind of book that I should have found useful when I was beginning my own study of psychology. I lay less stress upon knowledge and more upon point of view. I shall be fully satisfied if the reader learns to be clear and definite in his objections, realizes his own point of view, and sticks to it in working out later his own psychological system.

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