This course is an ideal overview of the discipline that studies emotion, cognition, and human behavior. Professor Robinson, originally trained as a neuropsychologist, unfolds for you the entire history of psychology - with all it's far-ranging speculations and moral questions . . . from ancient times to Freud, Jung, Piaget, and more.
by Daniel N. Robinson
by Patrick N. Allitt
by Patrick Grim
by Malcolm W. Watson
by Peter N. Stearns
"A Georgetown University expert on the history of psychology gives an expansive series of lectures on the discipline. After placing our study of human functioning in the broadest cultural, religious, and political contexts, he explains the philosophical and scientific psychology most listeners are familiar with. The recording is flawless, and the enthusiastic Dr. Robinson is a pleasure to hear. The program comes with a printed summary of each lecture, reading lists, and questions for listeners to consider. At 24 hours, these lectures are a commitment. But the serious student would be hard-pressed to find fault with any aspect of this outstanding learning program. T.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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