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Coopersmith, Stanley. Frontiers of psychological research. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman & Co., 1966. 4to (27.8 cm, 11"). xiii, , 322 pp.; illus. $15.00
"The present volume contains forty-four of the more than one hundred articles on psychological topics published by Scientific American during the past eighteen years. They have been organized into five parts, three of which are subdivided. Each part (and each subdivision) is presented by an introduction which discusses some underlying or central concerns and also gives the focus of each article. The entire selection represents an attempt to provide research reports covering the major areas of psychology. Hence it contains examples of different methods of investigation — such as field, laboratory, interview, survey — and of different theoretical positions" (pp. 3-4).
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