The elementary student is usually bewildered by the presentation of technical names which are used to describe the various branches of elementary psychology. Very often he cannot easily distinguish between differences in points of view, methods of approach and fields of activity. In a previously published article an attempt has been made to clarify the situation on the subject of method. The same thing has here been attempted for the subdivisions of psychology.
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Ruckmick, Christian A.
"A Schematic Classification of General Psychology,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 33(1), 283-284.
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