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Psychology Before Freud
Compiled by Richard Seltzer
Psychology Before Freud
Books on CD-ROM
Compiled and Indexed by Richard Seltzer
B&R Samizdat Express - May 7, 2005
Reviewed by Rochelle Caviness - June 3, 2005
The Psychology Before Freud CD-Rom is a collection of 42 books on psychology that were compiled by Richard Seltzer. Freud lived from 1856 - 1939, and he is considered the founder of the psychoanalytic (psychoanalysis) school of psychology. At first glance, you may find that the title of this collection may seem a bit misleading at first, primarily because most of the titles in this collection were published during Sigmund Freud's lifetime. However, if you take a closer look at the titles, you'll soon see that while many of them may be contemporaneous to Freud's work, they do not incorporate it. Psychology Before Freud is the ninth title in B&R Samizdat Express' CD of the Month series. The titles in this series can be purchased individually, or you can purchase a yearly subscription.
All of the texts in this collection are contained on a single CD-ROM that is designed for use on computers running the Windows OS (operating system). All of the files in this collection are presented in plain text format (ASCII) making them easy to read using screen readers or to enlarge the text for ease of reading by those with low vision. In addition, this collection includes a copy of the ReadPlease screen reading (text-to-speech) software program.
Psychology Before Freud presents an intriguing collection of psychology books, including:
The titles in this collection will fascinate anyone with an interest in psychology. They also provide some intriguing insights that will captivate anthropologist, historians, sociologist, and inquisitive writers.
- Criminal Psychology: A Manual for Judges, Practitioners and Students by Hans Gross, translated by Horace Kallen
- The Expression of Emotion in Men and Animals by Charles Darwin
- Increasing Human Efficiency in Business: a Contribution to the Psychology of Business by Walter Dill Scott
- Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Volume 10, 1915-16
- The Psychology of Revolution by Gustave le Bon
- Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman
- The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut by John Taylor
- and many more...
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- Blink - The Power of Thinking without Thinking, by Malcolm Gladwell.
This book examines the process of how, and why, we make snap decisions. In other words, this book examines the decisions-making process that takes place in the first second or two when faced with a problem. The author also evaluates the accuracy of these intuitive responses and how we can use this knowledge to become better decision makers.
- Victoriana Science and Technology, compiled by Richard Seltzer.
A collection of over 200 books, on one CD, that span the breadth of Victorian science and technology from the theories of Charles Darwin to the development of dirigibles.
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