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Keeping Mentally Fit, Everyday Psychology, by Joseph Jastrow, 1st Ed, 1928


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A Star Book
Keeping Mentally Fit
A Guide to Everyday Psychology
By Joseph Jastrow, PH.D., LL.D.


Publisher: Star Books, Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., New York
Copyright: 1928

Is there a cure for the "blues"? Are you more curious than afraid? Born-or made so? Are you a mental case? Do you get a kick out of crime? What is absent- mindedness? Why don't I make good? These are just a sprinkling of the arresting topics which Professor Jastrow discusses in this everyman's guide to everyday psychology, which strips the tenets of sound psychological theory to an understandable basis. Dr. Jastrow brings to this popular exposition a ripe authority. For more than thirty years he was Professor of Psychology in the University of Wisconsin, has been president of the American Psychological Association and in addition to writing many distinguished works on psychology.

CONDITION: This book is in good condition. Hardcover w D/J. The dust jacket is worn and chipped along edges and corners with some loss to head/tail of spine. Blue boards are lightly worn along edges. Hinges tight. Binding sturdy. The text block is crisp and clean. Deckled page edges.

315 pages, 6" x 8"
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