IN SEARCH OF SANITY by Andrew Shirra Gibb

IN SEARCH OF SANITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For practitioners and teachers of the Jung school of normal psychology (rather than psychiatry), this is a summing up of the components and techniques, and should prove valuable as a comprehensive text on the subject. First a preliminary survey of the scientific method, then a discussion of consciousness, of elementary psychic functions, the ego, projection, etc. and the four basic types of feeling, sensation, intuition and thinking. A book for professionals, not for laymen.

Pub Date: May 14th, 1942
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart