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      Thought
      Power
      Its Control and Cultureby
      Annie Wood Besant


      Power of
      Mental Imagery
      Being the Fifth of a Series of Twelve Volumes
      on the Applications of Psychology to the
      Problems of Personal and Business Efficiency
      by
      Society of Applied Psychology


      Mind
      Mastery
      Being the Ninth of a Series of Twelve Volumes
      on the Applications of Psychology to the
      Problems of Personal and Business Efficiency
      by
      Society of Applied Psychology


      Human
      Discords
      by
      F. H. Hoadley

      Education
      During
      Sleep
      by
      Sydney Flower

      The Psychology and
      Pedagogy of Reading
      With a Review of the History of
      Reading and Writing and of Methods,
      Texts, and Hygiene in Reading
      by
      Edmund Burke Huey


      Manual of
      Phrenology
      Being an Analytical Summary of the
      System of Doctor Gall, on the Faculties
      of Man and the Functions of the Brain
      by
      Unknown Author


      A Psychiatric
      Milestone
      Bloomingdale Hospital
      Centenary, 1821-1921
      by
      New York Hospital. Society


      A New View
      of Insanity
      The Duality of the Mind Proved by the Structure, Functions,
      and Diseases of the Brain, and of the Phenomena of Mental
      Derangement, and Shewn to Be Essential to Moral Responsibility;
      With an Appendix, on the Influence of Religion on Insanity
      by
      Arthur Ladbroke Wigan


      The Management
      Process, Management
      Information and
      Control Systems,
      and Cybernetics
      by
      Zenon S. Zannetos

      Education
      Through the
      Imagination
      by
      Margaret McMillan

      The
      Emotions
      and the Will
      by
      Alexander Bain

      Psychology of
      the Unconscious
      A Study of the Transformations and
      Symbolisms of the Libido; A Contribution
      to the History of the Evolution of Thought
      by
      Carl Gustav Jung


      The Human
      Aura
      A Studyby
      A. Marques


      A Perfect
      Memory
      How to Have and Keep Itby
      Marvin Dana


      Nine
      Basic Arts
      by
      Paul Weiss

      The
      Interpretation
      of Dreams
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      Analytical
      Psychology
      by
      Carl Gustav Jung

      The Theory of
      Psychoanalysis
      by
      Carl Gustav Jung

      How to Strengthen
      the Memory
      Or, Natural and Scientific
      Methods of Never Forgetting
      by
      M. L. Holbrook


      PsychologyThe Cognitive Powersby
      James McCosh


      The
      Principles of
      Psychology
      by
      William James


      Vol. 1 of 2
      How to
      Learn Easily
      Practical Hints on Economical Studyby
      George van Ness Dearborn


      The Analysis
      of Mind
      by
      Bertrand Russell

      Philosophy
      of Mind
      An Essay in the
      Metaphysics of Psychology
      by
      George Trumbull Ladd


      Dream
      Psychology
      Psychoanalysis for Beginnersby
      Sigmund Freud


      Thought-Formsby
      Annie Besant

      Increasing
      Your Mental
      Efficiency
      by
      Edward Huntington Williams

      How to Read
      Human Nature
      Its Inner States and Outer Formsby
      William Walker Atkinson


      MemoryHow to Develop, Train, and Use Itby
      William Walker Atkinson


      The
      Principles of
      Psychology
      by
      William James


      Vol. 2 of 2
      Hypnotism
      for
      Professionals
      by
      Konradi Leitner

      The
      Psychology of
      the Emotions
      by
      Théodule Ribot

      The Science
      of Mind
      by
      John Bascom

      Time and
      Free Will
      An Essay on the Immediate
      Data of Consciousness
      by
      Henri Bergson


      The Physiology
      of Faith and Fear
      Or the Mind in Health and Diseaseby
      William S. Sadler


      Human
      Motives
      by
      James Jackson Putnam

      How to Know
      People by
      Their Hands
      by
      Josef Ranald

      Unconscious
      Memory
      by
      Samuel Butler

      The Power
      of Sound
      by
      Edmund Gurney

      The Game
      of Life
      by
      Timothy Leary

      An Introduction
      to the Study
      of Hypnotism
      Experimental and Therapeuticby
      H. E. Wingfield


      On
      Dreams
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      Your
      Mind
      by
      William Walker Atkinson

      The Technique
      of Fiction
      Writing
      by
      Robert Saunders Dowst

      Repressed
      Emotions
      by
      Isador H. Coriat

      Dreamsby
      Henri Bergson

      The CrowdA Study of the Popular Mindby
      Gustave le Bon


      The Logic of
      the Unconscious
      Mind
      by
      M. K. Bradby

      The
      Diseases of
      Personality
      by
      Théodule Ribot

      Analytical
      Psychology
      by
      C. G. Jung

      The
      Subconscious
      by
      Joseph Jastrow

      Goal Setting and
      Self-Directed
      Behavior Change
      by
      David A. Kolb

      The Yoga-System of
      Pata?jali, or the Ancient
      Hindu Doctrine of
      Concentration of Mind
      Embracing the Mnemonic Rules, Called
      Yoga-Sūtras, of Pata?jali and the Comment,
      Called Yoga-Bhāshya, Attributed to Veda-Vyāsa
      by
      James Haughton Woods


      Mind-EnergyLectures and Essaysby
      Henri Bergson


      The Art of
      Creation
      Essays on the Self and Its Powersby
      Edward Carpenter


      Buddhist
      Psychology
      An Inquiry Into the Analysis and
      Theory of Mind in Pali Literature
      by
      Caroline A. F. Rhys Davids


      Problems of
      Mysticism and
      Its Symbolism
      by
      Herbert Silberer

      Dictionary of
      Philosophy and
      Psychology
      Including Many of the Principal Conceptions of Ethics, Logic,
      Aesthetics, Philosophy of Religion, Mental Pathology, Anthropology,
      Biology, Neurology, Physiology, Economics, Political and Social
      Philosophy, Philology, Physical Science and Education, and Gi
      by
      James Mark Baldwin



      Vol. 1 of 3
      Hypnotism and
      Hypnotic Suggestion
      A Scientific Treatise on the Uses and Possibilities
      of Hypnotism, Suggestion and Allied Phenomena
      by
      Thirty Authors


      The Limits
      of Artificial
      Intelligence
      by
      Jacob T. Schwartz

      The Trained
      Memory
      by
      Society of Applied Psychology

      The Origin of
      Consciousness
      An Attempt to Conceive the
      Mind as a Product of Evolution
      by
      Charles Augustus Strong


      The Meaning
      of Dreams
      by
      Isador H. Coriat

      Hypnotismby
      Albert Moll

      Advanced
      Suggestion
      (Neuroinduction)
      by
      Haydn Brown

      Psychology
      and
      Psychotherapy
      by
      William Brown

      PsychologyThe Cognitive Powersby
      William James


      Brain
      and Mind
      Or, Mental Science Considered in Accordance
      With the Principles of Phrenology,
      and in Relation to Modern Physiology
      by
      Henry S. Drayton


      The Principles
      of Knowledge
      With Remarks on the Nature of Realityby
      Johnston Estep Walter



      Vol. 1
      The Inner
      Consciousness
      A Course of Lessons on the Inner Planes of the
      Mind, Intuition, Instinct, Automatic Mentation and
      Other Wonderful Phases of Mental Phenomnea
      by
      William Walker Atkinson


      Einstein,
      the Searcher
      His Work Explained From
      Dialogues With Einstein
      by
      Alex Moszkowski


      Studies in
      Word-Association
      Experiments in the Diagnosis of
      Psychopathological Conditions Carried Out at
      the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Zurich
      by
      C. G. Jung


      The Behavior
      of Crowds
      A Psychological Studyby
      Everett Dean Martin


      A Beginner's
      Psychology
      by
      Edward Bradford Titchener

      The Psychology
      of Suggestion
      A Research Into the a Research Into the
      Subconscious Nature of Man and Society
      by
      Boris Sidis


      Matter and
      Memory
      by
      Henri Bergson

      The Science
      of the
      Emotions
      by
      Bhagavan Das

      The
      Teaching of
      Handwriting
      by
      Frank N. Freeman

      Three
      Contributions
      to the
      Sexual Theory
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      Thinking,
      Feeling,
      Doing
      by
      E. W. Scripture

      An
      Introduction
      to Psychology
      by
      Wilhelm Wundt

      Psychologyby
      Annie Besant

      The Human
      Aura
      Astral Colors and Thought Formsby
      Panchadasi


      Totem
      and Taboo
      Resemblances Between the Psychic
      Lives of Savages and Neurotics
      by
      Sigmund Freud


      The Power of the
      Soul Over the Body
      Considered in Relation
      to Health and Morals
      by
      George Moore


      Beethovenby
      Richard Wagner

      From the
      Unconscious to
      the Conscious
      by
      Gustave Geley

      What Is
      Music?
      by
      Isaac Leopold Rice

      Study in
      Consciousness
      A Contribution to the
      Science of Psychology
      by
      Annie Besant


      Manic-Depressive
      Insanity and
      Paranoia
      by
      Emil Kraepelin

      The Mental
      Traits of Sex
      An Experimental Investigation of the
      Normal Mind, in Men and Women
      by
      Helen Bradford Thompson


      Assimilative
      Memory
      Or How to Attend and Never Forgetby
      A. Loisette


      Exo-PsychologyA Manual on the Use of the Human
      Nervous System According to the
      Instructions of the Manufacturers
      by
      Timothy Leary


      Outwitting
      Our Nerves
      A Primer of Psychotherapyby
      Josephine Agnes Jackson


      Mysteries of the
      Head and the
      Heart Explained
      Including an Improved System of Phrenology; A New Theory
      of the Emotions, and an Explanation of the Mysteries of
      Mesmerism, Trance, Mind-Reading, and the Spirit Delusion
      by
      J. Stanley Grimes


      Sex and
      the Senses
      by
      James S. Van Teslaar

      The Idea of
      the Soul
      by
      A. E. Crawley

      Leonardo
      Da Vinci
      A Psychosexual Study of
      an Infantile Reminiscence
      by
      Sigmund Freud


      Fundamentals
      of Memory
      Development
      by
      Cameron B. Rowlingson

      The
      Psychology
      of Courage
      by
      Herbert Gardiner Lord

      What Is
      Meaning?
      Studies in the Development
      of Significance
      by
      Victoria Welby


      Studies
      in Human
      Nature
      by
      J. B. Baillie

      The Senses
      and the
      Intellect
      by
      Alexander Bain

      The
      Psychology
      of Dreams
      by
      William S. Walsh

      Stars of
      Density
      The Ancient Science of Astrology
      and How to Make Use of It Today
      by
      Katherine Taylor Craig


      Thought-Culture
      or Practical
      Mental Training
      by
      William Walker Atkinson

      The Expression
      of the Emotions
      in Man and
      Animals
      by
      Charles Darwin

      The Capacity for
      Self Direction
      245-67by
      Sara K. Winter


      The
      Psychology
      of Religion
      by
      George Albert Coe

      An Experimental
      Study of Silent
      Thinking
      by
      Ruth S. Clark

      HonestyA Study of the Causes and Treatment
      of Dishonesty Among Children
      by
      William Healy


      The Art of
      Spiritual
      Harmony
      by
      Wassily Kandinsky

      FeelingPsychologically Treated, and
      Prolegomena to Psychology
      by
      Denton J. Snider


      The Psychology
      of Dementia
      Praecox
      by
      C. G. Jung

      The
      Philosophy
      of Mysticism
      by
      Carl du Prel


      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Human
      Mind
      A Text-Book of Psychologyby
      James Sully



      Vol. 1 of 2
      A Text-Book
      of
      Psychology
      by
      Edward Bradford Titchener

      The Poetic
      Mind
      by
      Frederick Clarke Prescott

      Man's Supreme
      Inheritance
      Conscious Guidance and Control in
      Relation to Human Evolution in Civilization
      by
      F. Matthias Alexander


      Psychoanalysis
      and Faith
      The Letters of Sigmund
      Freud and Oskar Pfister
      by
      Sigmund Freud


      The Consciousness
      of Communion
      With God a Study
      in the Psychology
      of Religion
      by
      Gilbert Lee Pennock

      Dream
      Psychology
      by
      Maurice Nicoll

      Thought
      and Things
      A Study of the Development and
      Meaning of Thought or Genetic Logic
      by
      James Mark Baldwin



      Vol. 1
      Psychology
      and Higher
      Life
      by
      William Arch McKeever

      Educational
      Psychology
      A Treatise for Parents and Educatorsby
      Louisa Parsons Hopkins


      Poetry and
      Dreams
      by
      F. C. Prescott

      The Student's
      Text Book on
      Character Reading
      Especially Adapted for Use in School,
      and for the Student Who Would Become
      a Practical Delineator of Character
      by
      Mrs. V. P. English


      Religion SexStudies in the Pathology
      of Religious Development
      by
      Chapman Cohen


      Demonism
      Verified and
      Analyzed
      by
      Hugh Watt White

      Change
      Your Brain
      by
      Timothy Leary

      Symbol-PsychologyA New Interpretation
      of Race-Traditions
      by
      Adolph Roeder


      Light and
      Colors
      Nature's Fine Forces Considered as
      Promoters of Health in All Conditions
      by
      W. J. Colville


      The Human
      Mind
      A Text-Book of Psychologyby
      James Sully



      Vol. 2 of 2
      Mental
      Fatigue
      A Comprehensive Exposition of the Nature of Mental
      Fatigue, of the Methods of Its Measurement and of Their
      Results, With Special Reference to the Problems of Instruction
      by
      Max Offner


      The Value of
      Religious Facts
      A Study of Some Aspects
      of the Science of Religion
      by
      James Haughton Woods


      The Meaning
      of Personal
      Life
      by
      Newman Smyth

      Ants and Some
      Other Insects
      An Inquiry Into the Psychic
      Powers of These Animals
      by
      August Forel


      Psychopathology
      of Everyday Life
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      Elements of
      Folk Psychology
      Outlines of a Psychological History
      of the Development of Mankind
      by
      Wilhelm Max Wundt


      How to Make Our
      Mental Pictures
      Come True
      A Series of Easy Lessons
      in the Art of Visualizing
      by
      George Schubel


      Handbook of Suggestive
      Therapeutics Applied
      Hypnotism Psychic Science
      A Manual of Practical Psychotherapy
      Designed Especially for the General of
      Practitioner of Medicine and Surgery
      by
      Henry S. Munro


      Clinic Manual of
      Mental Diseases
      For Practitioners and Studentsby
      A. Campbell Clark


      Group
      Psychology and
      the Analysis
      of the Ego
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      The Pathology
      of Mind Being
      Third Edition of the Second Part
      of the Physiology and Pathology of
      Mind, Recast, Enlarged, and Rewritten
      by
      Henry Maudsley


      Thought
      and Things
      A Study of the Development and Meaning of
      Thought or Genetic Logic; Interest and Art,
      Being Real Logic, I. Genetic Epistemology
      by
      James Mark Baldwin



      Vol. 3
      The
      Influence
      of Joy
      by
      George van Ness Dearborn

      An
      Outline of
      Psychology
      by
      Edward Bradford Titchener

      The Psychology
      of Religious
      Experience
      by
      Edward Scribner Ames

      The Psychology of
      the Solar Plexus
      and Subconscious
      Mind
      by
      Julia Seton

      PessimismA History and a Criticismby
      James Sully


      Instinct
      in Man
      A Contribution to the
      Psychology of Education
      by
      James Drever


      A General
      Introduction to
      Psychoanalysis
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      The Origin of
      Man and of His
      Superstitions
      by
      Carveth Read

      Founders
      of Modern
      Psychology
      by
      G. Stanley Hall

      The Elementary
      Forms of the
      Religious Life
      A Study in Religious Sociologyby
      Emile Durkheim


      Motive-Force and
      Motivation-Tracks
      A Research in Will Psychologyby
      E. Boyd Barrett


      Processes
      and
      Personality
      by
      Warren Hilton

      Conclusions
      From a Study of
      Decision Making
      by
      Peer Soelberg

      The Causation
      and Treatment
      of Psychopathic
      Diseases
      by
      Boris Sidis

      Analysis and Theory
      of the Emotions
      With Dissertations on Beauty
      Sublimity and the Ludicrous
      by
      George Ramsay


      The Open
      Self
      by
      Charles Morris

      Interest
      as Related
      to Will
      by
      John Dewey

      Pain, Pleasure,
      and ?sthetics
      An Essay Concerning the Psychology of Pain and
      Pleasure, With Special Reference to ?sthetics
      by
      Henry Rutgers Marshall


      Mental
      Evolution
      in Man
      Origin of Human Facultyby
      George John Romanes


      The Mystery
      of Being
      Reflection and Mysteryby
      Gabriel Marcel



      Vol. 1
      The Semantic Sources of the
      Words for the Emotions
      in Sanskrit, Greek, Latin,
      and the Germanic Languages
      A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate
      School of Arts and Literature in Candidacy for the Degree
      of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Comparative
      Philology, General Linguistics, and Indo-Iranian Philology
      by
      Hans Kurath


      The Mystic
      and Reality
      Another Approach to Changeby
      Nina Rosoff


      Brain and
      Personality
      Or the Physical Relations
      of the Brain to the Mind
      by
      William Hanna Thomson


      The
      Conquest
      of Nerves
      by
      Joseph William Courtney

      The Psychological
      Origin and
      the Nature
      of Religion
      by
      James H. Leuba

      Inquiries
      Into Human
      Faculty and Its
      Development
      by
      Francis Galton

      Creative
      Intelligence
      Essays in the
      Pragmatic Attitude
      by
      John Dewey

      Critical
      Realism
      A Study of the Nature and
      Conditions of Knowledge
      by
      Roy Wood Sellars


      Imagination
      and Its Place
      in Education
      by
      Edwin A. Kirkpatrick

      The
      Foundations
      of Faith
      by
      George Frederick Kingston


      Vol. 37
      The Origin of the
      Sense of Beauty
      Some Suggestions Upon the Source and
      Development of the ?sthetic Feelings
      by
      Felix Clay


      Vibrations, Their
      Principles; Light and
      Colors, Their Uses
      Essays, Lessons, Health
      Hints and Flash-Lights
      by
      Ernest Jack Stevens


      The
      Psychology
      Everyday Life
      by
      James Drever

      The
      Interpretation
      of Dreams
      by
      Sigmund Freud

      Rhythm,
      Music and
      Education
      by
      émile Jaques-Dalcroze

      How to Treat by
      Suggestion, With and
      Without Hypnosis
      A Notebook for Practitionersby
      Edwin L. Ash


      Memory and
      the Learning
      Process
      by
      Darwin Oliver Lyon

      Common
      Sense and the
      Rudiments of
      Philosophy
      by
      Charles E. Hooper

      Mental
      Alchemy
      A Treatise on the Mind, Nervous
      System, Psychology, Magnetism,
      Mesmerism, and Diseases
      by
      B. Brown Williams


      Psychology and
      Pedagogy of Writing
      A Resume of the Researches and Experiments
      Bearing on the History and Pedagogy of Writing
      by
      Mary E. Thompson


      Education Its
      Data and First
      Principles
      by
      T. Percy Nunn

      Psychology,
      General
      and Applied
      by
      Hugo Münsterberg

      Etherology, and the
      Phreno-Philosophy
      of Mesmerism and
      Magic Eloquence
      by
      J. Stanley Grimes

      The Rhetorical
      Principles
      of Narration
      by
      Carroll Lewis Maxcy

      An Essay on
      Laughter
      Its Forms, Its Causes, Its
      Development, and Its Value
      by
      James Sully


      Estheticsby
      Kate Gordon

      Animal
      Magnetism
      by
      Alfred Binet

      The Distribution
      of Attention
      Being a Thesis Approved for the
      Degree of Doctor of Science in
      the University of London, 1915
      by
      Ewen Neil McQueen


      A System of
      Phrenology
      by
      George Combe


      Vol. 2
      Elements of
      Psychological
      Medicine
      An Introduction to the
      Practical Study of Insanity
      by
      Daniel Noble


      The
      Beautiful
      by
      Vernon Lee

      Insanity, Its
      Classification, Diagnosis,
      and Treatment
      A Manual for Students and
      Practitioners of Medicine
      by
      Edward Charles Spitzka


      Sex and
      Dreams
      The Language of Dreamsby
      William Stekel


      A Treatise on
      Emotional Disorders
      of the Sympathetic
      System of Nerves
      by
      William Murray

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