A History of Modern Psychology, 3rd Edition
February 2008, ©2009
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Chapter 2. The Philosophical Context.
Chapter 3. The Neurophysiological Context.
Chapter 4. Wundt and German Psychology.
Chapter 5. Darwin's Century: Evolutionary Thinking.
Chapter 6. American Pioneers.
Chapter 7. Structuralism and Functionalism.
Chapter 8. Applying the New Psychology.
Chapter 9. Gestalt Psychology.
Chapter 10. The Origins of Behaviorism.
Chapter 11. The Evolution of Behaviorism.
Chapter 12. Mental Illness and its Treatment.
Chapter 13. Psychology's Practitioners.
Chapter 14. Psychological Science in the Post-War Era.
Chapter 15. Linking Psychology's Past and Present.
- Greater coverage of the history of research methodologies and statistics.
- More detailed contextual and psychological information added to Key Date Boxes
- In Perspective sections at the end of each chapter demonstrate how the information in the chapter has relevance for the 21st century psychology major.
- 30 new references and a myriad of new photos and figures.
- The writing style is conversational and congenial for undergraduates, while maintaining academic rigor.
- Organization enables students to connect history with the rest of the psychology curriculum.
- Timelines are included throughout the text to further enable students to link psychology to the rest of the world.
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