Leipzig: Verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann, 1874.
1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Very Good. Item #003555
8vo (222 x 155 mm). xii, 870,  pp. 155 text illustrations and diagrams, errata leaf at end. Some spotting and browning to title, light marginal browning throughout, small marginal chipping at head of title. Original cloth-backed pebbled boards gilt (rebacked preserving original spine, although with some loss, rubbed and scuffed). Provenance: Ernst Moritz Francke* (signed "Moritz Francke" and dated 1876 on front free endpaper); Collection of Peter and Margarethe Braune. ----
Horblit 100a, Norman 2270; Honeyman 3145; Garrison-Morton 4976; DSB XIII, p.527. FIRST EDITION of a work which was "the foundation of experimental psychology, [and] which uses quantitative methods to study psychological processes such as perception and the formation of ideas" (DSB). "Wundt made experimental investigations of normal individual reactions, reflex responses, and general behaviour, and interpreted them in terms of neural mechanisms. He is the founder of experimental psychology and his book remains the most important on the subject."
*From the library of Ernst Moritz Francke (1852-1921), German liberal journalist, political scientist and social politician. - Visit our website to see more images!
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