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101 pps.; 8vo; original printed brown wrappers; includes charts, graphs, drawings. Moderate soil to title near gutter; thumbing to blank verso of title; wrapper split with closed split along 1.5" lower spine, still a solid copy.
A description of the processes carried on by the mind in its attempt to reach new conclusions, which are controlled in their development by the demands of a problematic situation. Subjects have been asked to solve problems without consciously making use of any explicit form of behavior.
Title: An Experimental Study of Silent Thinking. Archives of Psychology, edited by R. S. Woodworth, no. 48
Publisher: N.Y., [Columbia University]: 1922
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 2248
Keywords: Experimental Physychology Clinical Psychology