An introduction to Modern Psychology
Zangwill, O.L. An introduction to modern psychology. New York: Philosophical Library, 1950
This book, in the Home Study series, is devoted mainly to the experimental and physiological aspects of psychology, with three short chapters on intelligence, psychoanalysis, and the problems of personality. The author feels that "the systematic study of personality is in its infancy, and social psychology remains a dream rather than an accepted discipline." He considers that the experimental method has led to a large number of findings in the areas of sensory processes and of learning. The main purpose of the book is to make these findings available in a scientific, but clear and simple, fashion to the general reader. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
Zangwill, Oliver L., "An introduction to Modern Psychology" (1950). Jason W. Brown Library. 69.