Understanding Psychology

  • Benjamin B. Wolman


For the third and last time in this volume, we have to go back to the “roots” of contemporary psychological theory. This time we must go further back, to the common philosophical foundations of the great variety of theories described in the third part of this volume, including those of Spranger, Stern, Wertheimer, Lewin, and others.


Natural Science Human Mind Sensory Perception Explanatory Psychology Empirical Psychology 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Benjamin B. Wolman
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  1. 1.Long Island UniversityBrooklynUSA

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