Psychology and the Humanities: A Study in Misunderstandings
by Frederick Wyatt - 1963
In the current relationship of psychology to the humanities there are few areas of contact. The aim of this essay derives from this assessment. At present, only a handful of people in the humanities or in psychology know enough of the other discipline to include both in their scope.
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