This is Volume XII of thirty-eight in the General Psychology series. First published in 1937, this study offers an introduction to experimental psychology, covering such areas as perception of our world, primitive behaviour, complex behaviour, colour and sound, memory- learning and remembering and our emotional self.

chapter I|23 pages

The Province of Psychology

chapter II|19 pages

How We See our World

chapter III|27 pages

Our Experiences of Colour and Sound

chapter IV|23 pages

Behaviour in its Primitive Forms

chapter V|23 pages

Emergence of More Complex Behaviour

chapter VI|27 pages

How We Learn and Remember

chapter VII|20 pages

The Emotional Side of Life

chapter VIII|16 pages

Experimental Psychology in Retrospect