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Controlling Human Behavior: A First Book in Psychology for College Students

Title

Controlling Human Behavior: A First Book in Psychology for College Students

Creator

Starch, Daniel: Author
Stanton, Hazel M.: Author
Koerth, Wilhelmine: Author

Source

Archives (3rd Floor)

Description

Daniel Starch is an alumnus of Morningside College. This book is a hardcover book.

Abstract

"This book aims to bring together psychology and living. It endeavors to consider more fully the vital problems of human behavior than the average introductory text. Psychology should aim to understand and guide man's behavior so as best to serve his own interests. This book is designed to be a first book in psychology for use in introductory courses in colleges and universities." (Starch, Daniel, v-vii).

Publisher

New York: The Macmillan Company

Date Copyrighted

1936

Rights

Copyright 1936 by The MacMillan Company

Type

Text

Format

Book
638 Pages
6 Inches x 8 1/2 Inches

Language

English

Provenance

Daniel Starch personal copy

Original Format

Book

Citation

Starch, Daniel: Author, Stanton, Hazel M.: Author, and Koerth, Wilhelmine: Author, “Controlling Human Behavior: A First Book in Psychology for College Students,” Morningside College's Archives, accessed June 20, 2021, https://libprod.morningside.edu/omeka/items/show/256.