The Psychology Book: From Shamanism To Cutting-edge Neuroscience, 250 Milestones In The History Of Psychology by Wade E. PickrenThe Psychology Book: From Shamanism To Cutting-edge Neuroscience, 250 Milestones In The History Of Psychology by Wade E. Pickren

The Psychology Book: From Shamanism To Cutting-edge Neuroscience, 250 Milestones In The History Of…

byWade E. PickrenForeword byPhilip G. Zimbardo

Hardcover | May 20, 2014

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What could be more fascinating than the workings of the human mind? This stunningly illustrated survey in Sterling's Milestones series chronicles the history of psychology through 250 landmark events, theories, publications, experiments, and discoveries. Beginning with ancient philosophies of well-being, it touches on such controversial topics as phrenology, sexual taboos, electroshock therapy, multiple personality disorder, and the nature of evil.
Wade E. Pickren received his PhD in Psychology and the History of Science from the University of Florida. Currently, he is Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence at Ithaca College and the Editor of History of Psychology. Pickren served as the Historian of the American Psychological Association from 1998 to 2012 and recently comp...
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Title:The Psychology Book: From Shamanism To Cutting-edge Neuroscience, 250 Milestones In The History Of…Format:HardcoverDimensions:528 pages, 8.44 × 7.31 × 0.98 inPublished:May 20, 2014Publisher:SterlingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1402784813

ISBN - 13:9781402784811

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