All About the Human Mind

All About the Human Mind

All About Books #47
by Robert M. Goldenson
Publisher: Random House
©1963, Item: 72525
Hardcover, 143 pages
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How your personality develops; how your brain works; why you behave as you do; how mind and body work together

This book provides a fascinating introduction to the most human aspect of human beings—our minds.

Nothing in the world is more remarkable. The human mind enables men and women to discover the secrets of the universe, to build bridges and skyscrapers, to tackle problems of peace and war, to write exciting stories and beautiful music.

The author of All About the Human Mind, Robert M. Goldenson, Ph.D., taught psychology for many years at Hunter College.

—from the book

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