The Psychology of Human Behavior


    THE author of “The Psychology of Human Behavior” is to be congratulated on the production of an extremely readable and well-constructed elementary text-book of psychology. The addition of questions for discussion at the end of each chapter is a most helpful feature and adds enormously to the value of the book from a teaching point of view. The supplementary readings at the end also of each chapter will prove a great help to those who wish to pursue their study of psychology further. This is one of the very best books on the subject.

    The Psychology of Human Behavior


    J. H.


    By. Pp. xxi + 515. (London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1936.) 12s. 6d. net.

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    The Psychology of Human Behavior. Nature 138, 823 (1936).

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