New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1973.
First Edition. Hardcover. First Edition with full number line indicating first printing. 9" X 6". vi, 213pp. Moderate wear to unclipped dust jacket with chipping, creasing, and closed tears to edges. 1" open tear to front cover at bottom corner. Rubbing and toning to covers of jacket. Orange cloth over boards with spine and front cover stamped in black. Dust-spotting to edges of text block. Small spots of toning to front free end paper. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
This book traces the gradual emergence and fusion of the humanistic and research traditions of psychology. It uses a developmental approach to illustrate theoretical models of broad human relevance and to show that methods of science contribute to understanding moral and esthetic values. The book considers hypnosis and extrasensory perception as examples of recent fruitful research made possible by combining humanistic insight with appropriate research methods.(Publisher). Good / good. Item #7366