Pages: 306; Size: 6.25" x 9.25"
Imprint: Principia Press
The Principia Press was established to publish the works of noted psychologist J.R. Kantor (1888–1984). Proceeds from sales support The Center for the History of Psychology, housed at The University of Akron.
J.R. Kantor, founder of The Psychological Record and its editor for the first five volumes, returned to its pages in 1968 as an essayist under the carefully maintained nom de plume of ''Observer.'' The Record had become the principal organ of the school of Interbehavioral Psychology, which he had established, and its universe of interests has continued to expand. The ''Comments and Queries'' which Kantor selected for republication in the present volume present his assessment of many trends and problems in contemporary psychology. Furthermore, in them his wide-ranging and integrative thought deals with the place of psychology in the broad range of psychological and philosophical endeavor.