An introduction to social psychology / by William McDougall McDougall, William 1871-1938

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McDougall, William 1871-1938
Social psychology; Psychology.; PSYCHOLOGY / Social Psychology.
"This book serves as an introductory text which covers various aspects of social psychology. The book pays particular attention to the following topics: (1) the mental characters of man of primary importance for his life in society, and (2) the operation of the primary tendencies of the human mind in the life of societies." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
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