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The Psychology of Efficient Thinking

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by Zbigniew Pietrasinski
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The Psychology of Efficient Thinking by Zbigniew Pietrasinski

The Psychology of Efficient Thinking provides information concerning intellectual abilities and psychological principles of thinking that might be helpful in the solution of more complex problems encountered in the vocational field or in daily living. This book explores the ways and means of increasing the efficiency of thought.
Organized into three parts encompassing six chapters, this book begins with an overview of the nature of intellect with special reference to intelligence and mental abilities. This text then examines the general field of mental development. Other chapters consider the application of intellect in such spheres as technical invention, problem solving, and general creativity. This book discusses as well the training of intellect, both by individual effort and at school. The final chapter deals with the continuous engagement in activities requiring thought, which is an essential condition for the improvement of intellectual skill.
Psychologists, scientists, and teachers will find this book useful.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 214
Size: 25.8 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1969
ISBN: 9781483154473 (DRM-PDF)

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