Review of Attention and Interest, a Study in Psychology and Education

H. M. Kallen
1911 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
Reviews 239 The last subject to be considered is "the self." The author believes that not only is self-consciousness not always present, but that it comparatively rarely occurs. Lack of space prevents a more detailed account of the many interesting features of the book, but even this short review, it is hoped, will show that the book is more than a text-book. It is, in fact, a complete system of psychology according to the structural method. The reviewer believes that the book will be of great
more » ... k will be of great assistance in the teaching of psychology, and that its influence will be potent in the development of the science.
doi:10.1037/h0067194 fatcat:cyehrrfpznac5gqxckaijskhuu