Psychology: Its Role and Scope


‘Why do I need to study psychology when I am concerned with dressing wounds, or ensuring that the elderly living alone have adequate food and heating, or with preventing baby battering, or with training an amputee to use an artificial limb?’


Human Behaviour Behavioural Therapist Clinical Psychologist Vocational Guidance Artificial Limb 
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Further Reading

  1. Woodworth, R.S. (1951). Contemporary Schools of Psychology (London: Methuen)Google Scholar
  2. Radford, J. and Govier, E. (1980). A Textbook of Psychology (London: Sheldon Press)Google Scholar
  3. Hearnshaw, L. (1987). The Shaping of Modern Psychology (London: Routledge Kegan Paul)Google Scholar

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