Fair. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1896. GOOD hardcover, FIRST EDITION. binding tight, green leatherette boards clean, very light edge rubbing. gold lettering bright, one inch join crack inside front board but tight. first end page with plate of author and velum partially loose but attached, possible previous owner's inked name on next page, interior pages clean and tight, no marks or wear. Work association memory improvement. PSissiar1538. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo-over 6. Publisher: Funk & WagnallsDate of Publication: 1896Binding: hardcoverEdition: First EditionCondition: Very Good/No JacketDescription: 12mo-over 6.
Very Good+ No Jacket. Book has a tiny bit of bumping and wear to fore edge corners as well as head and tail of spine. Pages are very lightly age toned but unmarked. Binding is tight. No date given. Printed ca. 1911. 0.
170 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. good condition. PSYCHOLOGY. Argues that Memory is not a separate faculty whose office it is to carry the recollective burdens of the other faculties-but that Memory is a Physiological and Psychological property of each mental act, and that such act retains the traces and of its own action, and that there are as many memories as there are kinds of mental action, and that, therefore, Memory is always concrete, although for convenience sake, we do speak of it in the abstract, and that consequently all Memory improvement means improve of the Action or Manner of Action of the Mental powers. (Key Words: Memory, Habit, How To Books, Brain, Psychology, Thought, A. Loisette).
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