- Publisher: Penguin Reference Books; Third impression edition (1955)
- ASIN: B001261ZV4
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A Dictionary of Psychology Paperback – 1955
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Simple accurate basic definitions of psychological terms
August 21, 2007 - Published on Amazon.com
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So far as I can tell the definitions in this work however brief are not so much wrong, but so brief as to miss out on the full meaning of the term.. Another shortcoming of the book is that it deals in 'terms and concepts' only, and does not touch upon personalities. There is not a word about Freud and his contribution to Psychology in this work. Many of the definitions are of broad medical terms and not specifically psychological ones.