˝Of its kind this little book is a classic. For this Pelican edition the author, a Professor of
Psychology, has entirely re-written several sections and revisied the remainder.
Briefly The Psychology of Study explains the mental processes by which we 'read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest' information of all kinds. It deals with perception, memorization, original thinking, motivation, and preparation for examinations.
In its earlier editions this is a book which has proved particularly useful to students. But the advice it contains is addressed to all learners - boys and girls at school, students at colleges, and even amateurs who support local literary, historical, or scientific societies.
At heart we all wish to learn. Professor Mace suggests ways in which we can direct this desire, so that it can act as a positive driving-force in our studies.
'It could be extraordinarily useful to students of all ages' (Observer)˝
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