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  • Routledge Revivals: The Rape of the Masses (1940)

    The Psychology of Totalitarian Political Propaganda

    By Serge Chakotin

    First published in French in 1939, and later in English in 1940, this work by the author, analyses and strongly critiques the effect of Nazi propaganda on the psychology of the masses. By bringing together the political and the psychological, the author refers to the use of propaganda in order to…

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  • Revival: Psychology and Religious Truth (1942)

    By Thomas Hywel Hughes

    An attempt is made in this book to open a new line of thought in theology with the aid of Psychology. The author strives to throw light on the basic truths of religion from a new angle and to adopt a different attitude to that usually taken by theologians. He believes that there is still more…

    Paperback – 2018-12-31 
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  • Revival: Psychology and the Day's Work (1918)

    A Study in Application of Psychology to Daily Life

    By Edgar James Swift

    Psychology considered as the science of human behavior is concerned with man's response to the impressions made upon him by objects, people, and events. They make up the situations that he meets. Behavior--the individual's way of dealing with these situations--if not a complete failure, results…

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  • Revival: Principles of Abnormal Psychology (1928)

    By Edmund Smith Conklin

    The literature since the first edition has been reviewed and material from it has been inserted, with particular emphasis on experimental contributions. Major additions are made in the sections on speech abnormalities, constitutional psychopathic inferiority, behavior effects of epidemic…

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  • Revival: Nerves and Personal Power (1922)

    Some Principles of Psychology as Applied to Conduct and Personal Power

    By D. MacDougall King

    This treatise is to give the public a much needed understanding of those factors in everyday living which on the one hand tend toward nervous weakness, and on the other make for personal power. From the author’s viewpoint, everybody at times suffers from symptoms which are popularly termed "nervous…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of the Poet Shelley (1925)

    By Edward Carpenter, George Barnefield

    Late studies in the Psychology of Sex have led to some interesting speculations with regard to the poet Shelley; the author writes a few lines by way of introduction to the following paper by the author's  friend, which puts very clearly, as the author thinks, some points…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of the Criminal (1933)

    2nd Edition

    By Maurice Hamblin Smith

    This book is based upon twenty-three years experience in local and convict prisons, and more particularly upon the work done, during the past three years, with offenders from Courts in Birmingham and the adjacent districts. The main object is to demonstrate how important is the throrough…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of Reasoning (1923)

    By Eugenio Rignano

    This Book owes its origin to the indefinable sense of uneasiness and discontent into which I was thrown by the perusal of some of the best treatises on Logic. These treatises had failed to explain the nature of the logical or reasoning faculty, though purporting to indicate the laws which govern…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of Preaching and Pastoral Work (1939)

    By Thomas Hywel Hughes

    This book is written from the point of view of a Free Church minister, and is concerned mainly with the work of ministers in the Free Churches. The Revs. Hudson and Dewar have published a valuable Manual of Pastoral Psychology from the Anglican High Church standpoint, and whilst they deal with many…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of Persuasion (1920)

    By William MacPherson

    In the first three chapters of this book the elements of persuasion as a mental process are distinguished, and various forms of false persuasion in individuals and groups are described; it is shown how, from the very nature of the process involved, our persuasion of ourselves is only too apt to…

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  • Revival: The Psychology of Medicine (1921)

    By Thomas Walker Mitchell

    This book is intended primarily for those readers who have had no professional training in either Medicine or Psychology, but who are anxious to keep themselves abreast of modern thought in these departments of knowledge. At the same time I hope it may prove serviceable to professional students of…

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  • Revival: Medical Psychology and Psychical Research (1922)

    By Thomas Walker Mitchell

    This book deals with those branches of Medical Psychology which have thrown most light on the problems of Psychical Research, namely, Hypnotism, Hysteria, and Multiple Personality. The greater part of the contents had already been published in the forms of papers contributed to the Proceedings of…

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