How to Use Your Mind - A Psychology of Study: Being a Manual for the Use of Students - and Teachers in the Administration of Supervised Study
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Title: How to Use Your Mind A Psychology of Study: Being a Manual for the Use of Students and Teachers in the
Administration of Supervised Study
Author: Harry D. Kitson
Release Date: January 11, 2004 [EBook #10674]
Language: English
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A PSYCHOLOGY OF STUDY
BEING A MANUAL FOR THE USE OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF SUPERVISED STUDY
BY
HARRY D. KITSON, PH.D.
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY
1921 PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
The kindly reception accorded to the first edition of this book has confirmed the author in his conviction that such a book
was needed, and has tempted him to bestow additional labor upon it. The chief changes consist in the addition of two
new chapters, "Active Imagination," and "How to Develop Interest in a Subject"; the division into two parts of the unwieldy
chapter on memory; the addition of readings and exercises at the end of each chapter; the preparation of an analytical
table of contents; the correction of the bibliography to date; the ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of How to Use Your Mind, by Harry D. Kitson
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Title: How to Use Your Mind A Psychology of Study: Being a Manual for the Use of Students and Teachers in the Administration of Supervised Study
Author: Harry D. Kitson
Release Date: January 11, 2004 [EBook #10674]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HOW TO USE YOUR MIND ***
Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Daniel Ray and PG Distributed Proofreaders
HOW TO USE YOUR MIND
A PSYCHOLOGYOFSTUDY
BEINGA MANUAL FOR THEUSEOFSTUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN THEADMINISTRATION OFSUPERVISED STUDY
BY
HARRYD. KITSON, PH.D.
PROFESSOR OFPSYCHOLOGY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY
1921
PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
The kindly reception accorded to the first edition of this book has confirmed the author in his conviction that such a book was needed, and has tempted him to bestow additional labor upon it. The chief changes consist in the addition of two new chapters, "Active Imagination," and "How to Develop Interest in a Subject"; the division into two parts of the unwieldy chapter on memory; the addition of readings and exercises at the end of each chapter; the preparation of an analytical table of contents; the correction of the bibliography to date; the addition of an index; and some recasting of phraseology in the interest of clearness and emphasis.
The author gratefully acknowledges the constructive suggestions of reviewers and others who have used the book, and hopes that he has profited by them in this revision.
H.D.K.
April 1, 1921.
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