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Defining American Psychology: The Correspondence between Adolf Meyer and Edward Bradford Titchener

Defining American Psychology: The Correspondence between Adolf Meyer and Edward Bradford Titchener

In 1909 and again in 1918, Meyer, America’s foremost psychiatrist, and Titchener, America’s leading psychologist, exchanged a series of letters. Never before published, their correspondence represents a sustained attempt to define psychology as a science and to determine its place among the other cognitive disciplines of the age. Annotated, with important introductory essays by Ruth Leys and Rand B. Evans. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.