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Intelligence. Nature, Determinants and Consequences.

By: BRODY, ERNESS BRIGHT / BRODY, NATHAN:

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Academic Press. New York. 1976 1st edition.:

Seller ID: 73673


Size 6.25 x 9.25 inches. In dark green cloth covers with gilt to spine and front. In near fine condition. A very clean and tight copy. 241pp. With graphs and tables. Pyschology book from the mid-1970s. The authors look at the issues around Intelligence, how it has been interpreted and measured and include chapters on genetic, education and racial differences and their possible effect on Intelligence. View more info

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The Welsh Mind in Evolution.

By: MORGAN, Rev J.VYRNWY:

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London. H.R.Allenson. 1925.:

Seller ID: 73322


Size 6.0 x 8.75 inches. In blue cloth covers with gilt to spine. In very good condition. Spine slightly faded and bumped at ends. Small marks. Front part faded. Mild foxing to edges. Browning to endpapers. Front hinge slightly cracked at half title page. Occasional small marks and foxing spots. Else a clean and tight copy. 280pp. The author discusses the psychology of the Welsh. With chapters on the Mind, Education, Language, Religion, Nationality. View more info

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Psychotherapy by Reciprocal Inhibition.

By: WOLPE, JOSEPH:

Price: £30.00

Publisher: Stanford University Press. Stanford. Calif. 1958 1st edition.:

Seller ID: 63805


Tall 8vo. In brown cloth covers with black lettering to spine. With dustwrapper. In near fine condition with very good dustwrapper (dw; Handling marks. Small holes to back. Slightly creased to top edge with small tears. Not price clipped). Owner’s inscription to front endpaper. Else a very clean and tight copy. 239pp. With b/w diagrams. “A new theory of psychotherapy is here presented: a serious alternative to the repression theory of psychoanalysis and one that is the direct product of modern learning theory”. View more info