With over 100 chapters by eminent contributors from around the world, this book examines a broad array of psychology's key figures, ideas, and movements from ancient times to the present. Its nearly 700 illustrations, including previously unpublished rarities from personal collections, international archives, and libraries, make A Pictorial History of Psychology the most extensive book of its kind. The reader will discover surprising connections between psychology and a variety of disciplines--from the visual arts and literature to philosophy and the physical sciences--and will explore areas of application with contemporary relevance, including sports, advertising, the military, industry, and traffic. Clear organization, expert writing, and a strong visual emphasis make this book accessible to all levels of readers. Combining a comprehensive structure with specific close-focus treatments, it will attract the interest of the beginner and expert alike.
636pp: 649 illus