ALL those who are well acquainted with recent psychological thought must turn with unusual interest to a comprehensive expression of the views of Dr. William Brown. This they will find set forth in the volume now offered to us, which—to use the author's own words—is “an attempt to obtain a synoptic view of personality, as considered from the standpoints of the various sciences—especially from those of psychology, psycho-pathology, and philosophy.”
Mind and Personality: an Essay in Psychology and Philosophy.
By Dr. William Brown. Pp. x + 344. (London: University of London Press, Ltd., 1926.) 12s. 6d. net.
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SPEARMAN, C. Synoptic Psychology. Nature 119, 630–631 (1927). https://doi.org/10.1038/119630a0