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  • Early Learning in Man and Animal

    1st Edition

    By W. Sluckin

    Originally published in 1970, this is a survey of findings on the learning of young animals and human infants. In an attempt to discover some of the characteristic features of early learning, it examines all types of learning from conditioning and the primitive process known as ‘imprinting’,…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • The Neurobiology of Behavior

    An Introduction, 1st Edition

    By Gordon J. Mogenson

    Originally published in 1977, the objective of this book was to examine the mechanisms by which the multiple factors or determinants – homeostatic deficits, hormonal influences, circadian rhythms, experiential and cognitive factors – become translated by the central nervous system into…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • Animal Models for Psychiatry

    1st Edition

    By J. D. Keehn

    Originally published in 1986, in this work Professor Keehn assesses the contributions of experimental psychology and ethology to psychiatric theory and practice at the time. He discusses the status of animals in psychopathology, and describes a number of animal clinical pictures, covering both…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • Animal Nature and Human Nature

    1st Edition

    By W.H. Thorpe

    Our views on human nature are fundamental to the whole development, indeed the whole future, of human society. Originally published in 1974, Professor Thorpe believed that this was one of the most important and significant topics to which a biologist can address himself, and in this book he…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • Animal Psychology

    Its Nature and its Problems, 1st Edition

    By J.A. Bierens de Haan

    Originally published in 1948, the author follows the idea that the instincts are "the spring and basis of all animal behaviour (with the exception perhaps of play), and therewith the core of the animal’s mind, and that individual experience, gathered by the animal in the course of its life, may…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • Aberrant Development in Infancy

    Human and Animal Studies, 1st Edition

    Edited by Norman R. Ellis

    Originally published in 1975, this volume deals with animals and human infants. The chapters reflect a mixture of issues and problems ranging from the significance of sucking responses in the newborn, the development of memory, effects of rearing conditions in monkeys, and brain damage in animals,…

    Paperback – 2020-03-09 
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

  • Obese Humans and Rats (Psychology Revivals)

    1st Edition

    By Stanley Schacter, Judith Rodin

    Originally published in 1974, this volume examines the behavioural similarities of obese humans and animals whose so-called feeding centre (the ventro-medial hypothalamic nuclei) has been lesioned. Both the obese human and the VMH-lesioned animal seem to share a hyposensitivity to the internal (…

    Paperback – 2020-02-05 
    Routledge
    Psychology Revivals

  • Psychology of Early Childhood

    Up to the Sixth Year of Age, 1st Edition

    By William Stern

    Originally published in 1924, this sixth edition published in 1930 is thoroughly revised and updated to take account of the important advances in the field of child psychology at the time. In this new edition the personal standpoint is emphasized, while at the same time other psychological theories…

    Paperback – 2019-11-11
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Child Development

  • Seven Years Old in the Home Environment

    1st Edition

    By John Newson, Elizabeth Newson

    John and Elizabeth Newson’s long-term investigation of child up-bringing attracted intense interest from its earliest beginnings: ‘pathbreaking’ and ‘seminal’ were adjectives that greeted their first report. The study is now established as one of the major projects of the seventies. This third…

    Paperback – 2019-11-11
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Child Development

  • Toys and Playthings

    In Development and Remediation, 1st Edition

    By John Newson, Elizabeth Newson

    John and Elizabeth Newson were well known for their studies of child rearing, which have combined a rigorous research methodology with sympathetic insights into family life and a lively approach to scientific reporting. ‘Path-breaking’, ‘brilliant’, ‘seminal’, ‘outstanding’, ‘fascinating’, ‘…

    Paperback – 2019-11-11
    Routledge
    Psychology Library Editions: Child Development

  • A Child's Mind

    How Children Learn During the Critical Years from Birth to Age Five Years, 1st Edition

    By Muriel Beadle

    Originally published in 1970, parents and teachers were beginning to realise how very much earlier in life human intelligence develops than was previously thought. A child’s experience in its pre-school years largely determines its future academic progress; and environment and parental influence…

    Paperback – 2019-10-23
    Routledge
    Routledge Library Editions: Psychology of Education

  • On Hijacking Science

    Exploring the Nature and Consequences of Overreach in Psychology, 1st Edition

    Edited by Edwin E. Gantt, Richard N. Williams

    This book examines the origins, presence, and implications of scientistic thinking in psychology. Scientism embodies the claim that only knowledge attained by means of natural scientific methods counts as valid and valuable. This perspective increasingly dominates thinking and practice in…

    Paperback – 2019-10-17
    Routledge

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