Psychological atlas PDF book: with 400 illus.[1948] by David Katz

 Psychological atlas PDF Book: with 400 illustrations.[1948] by  David Katz

Psychological atlas PDF book:
psychological atlas PDF Book


FOR MANY YEARS it has been the good fortune of Professor David Katz, of the University of Stockholm, to be invited to speak to diverse groups of people about the methods and the subject matter of the science of psychology. Thus he discovered that no matter how the members of his audience differed in the comprehension of his language, the use of graphic materials aroused their interest and served to illustrate his points. Over a period of many years, he has collected many graphic materials were- by to illuminate these popular lectures as well as to stimulate his university students to acquire a deep store of knowledge about principles and methods in the study of behavior. A number of the pictures are the common property of all psychologists, but most of them are rarely found in American books. Students of psychology are certain to discover that this atlas furnishes material for many a pleasant and stimulating hour.

Contents:


CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 CHAPTER 2. CHARACTEROLOGY AND TYPOLOGY 16 CHAPTER 3. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 20 CHAPTER 4. PHYSICAL HANDICAPS 26 CHAPTER 5. ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY CHAPTER 6. OCCULT PHENOMENA 32 CHAPTER 7. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY 34 CHAPTER 8. ANIMAL PSYCHOLOGY 36 PART II: DIAGRAMS 43 EMINENT PSYCHOLOGISTS 129 APPENDIX 138





Pictures and diagrams reach across the barriers of language and different modes of thought, and thereby people are brought into a community of understanding. For many years it has been the good fortune of Professor David Katz, of the University of Stockholm, to be invited to speak to diverse groups of people about the methods and the subject matter of the science of psychology. Thus he discovered that, no matter how the members of his audience differed incomprehension of his language, the use of graphic materials aroused their interest and served to illustrate his points.


 Over a period of many years, he has collected many graphic materials whereby to illuminate these popular lectures as well as to stimulate his university students to acquire a deep store of knowledge about principles and methods in the study of behavior. The translator has wisely kept some of the "Old World flavor" in many of the concise explanatory notes. To the professional American psychologist, many of the pictures and diagrams will appear quaintly amusing. He will be interested to learn what foreign students of psychology learn about the work of American psychology' ists. A number of the pictures are the common property of all psychologists, but most of them are rarely found in American books. Students of psychology are certain to discover that this atlas furnishes material for many a pleasant and stimulating hour.


Author: David Katz
Illustrator: Gaynor, Frank,
 Publication Date:1949

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