Very Good. No Jacket. 329 pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout. The only exception is a small inscription to the inside page and one corner is slightly buffed. The background, scope, and genesis of the present volume are outlined in an introductory chapter which follows.
Very Good. No Jacket. Large 8vo xv, 329 pp, preface, acknowledgment, list of 72 b&w illustrations, Introductory: 1. The Eyes of Today and Tomorrow; 2. Orientation: The Background and Scope of This Study; 3. The Evolution of the Human Action System; 4. The Motor Basis of Vision. Part I. The Growing Action System: 5. The Genesis of Vision; 6. Infancy (4 Weeks-15 Months); 7. The Preschool Years: (18 Months-4 Years); 8. The School Years (5-10 Years). Part II. Developmental Optics: 9. The Visual Domain; 10. The Complex of Visual Functions; 11. The Young Eye in Action; 12. The Ontogenesis of Visual Behavior; 13. Maldevelopment and Child Vision. Part III. Developmental Appraisal: 14. A Developmental Hygiene of Child Vision; 15. The Conservation of Child Vision; Appendix: A. Examination Sequences and Procedures, B. Ontogenetic Gradients of Visual Behavior, C. Selected References, index. First Edition, October, 1949. Minor edge wear with partially rubbed lettering on spine, and lightly age-toned text block edges Clean and bright; tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Blue cloth with silver lettering to spine. ~Click on BOOKSTORES to browse our extensive listings of similar titles in Psychology~
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