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This set provides an eclectic mix of areas within psychology, with many volumes covering a broad range of subjects in themselves. Areas covered include creative imagination, art and the unconscious, dreams, the mind in sleep, the nature of laughter, common sense and consciousness, nervous disorders, the nature of love and hate, as well as investigations into areas now considered more obscure, such as telepathy and clairvoyance. Titles such as The ABC of Psychology (1929), The Psychologist at Work (1937) and Readings in General Psychology (1959) provide an excellent overview of psychology as it has developed over the years. This set also includes classic works such as Man for Himself by Erich Fromm and Emotion by James Hillman.