The Principles of Psychology

by

William James

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2009

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Table of Contents

Preface
  1. The Scope of Psychology
  2. The Functions of the Brain
  3. On Some General Conditions of Brain-Activity.
  4. Habit
  5. The Automaton-Theory
  6. The Mind-Stuff Theory
  7. The Methods and Snares of Psychology
  8. The Relations Of Minds To Other Things.
  9. The Stream of Thought.
  10. The Consciousness of Self.
  11. Attention.
  12. Conception.
  13. Discrimination and Comparison.
  14. Association.
  15. The Perception of Time.
  16. Memory.
  17. Sensation.
  18. Imagination.
  19. The Perception of 'Things'
  20. The Perception of Space.
  21. The Perception of Reality.
  22. "Reasoning."
  23. The Production of Movement.
  24. Instinct
  25. The Emotions.
  26. Will.
  27. Hypnotism.
  28. Necessary Truths and the Effects of Experience.

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