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Psycho-Pathology and the Herd-Instinct

  • J. Ernest Nicole (a1)

Without psychology there can be no psycho-pathology; and any advance that psycho-pathology may have made from time to time has in no small measure depended on corresponding progress previously achieved in the realm of psychology. The reason why psycho-pathology made little headway until comparatively recently may be found in the unfruitfulness—from a medical point of view—of classical psychology.

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To attempt a complete bibliography covering the whole of our subject would evidently be an impossible task. That is why the following list makes no mention of articles or papers, nor does it include works published before 1910, except in the case of a few authors. It is limited to the 100 most representative works (written in or translated into English) of only those authors, referred to in the text, which have been personally consulted.

Adler, , The Neurotic Constitution, 1917.
Idem, Individual Psychology, 1924.
Alexander, , Space, Time and Deity, 1920.
Baudouin, , Suggestion and Autosuggestion, 1924.
Bergson, , Creative Evolution, 1913.
Idem, Matter and Memory, 1920.
Bernard, , Some Neglected Factors in Evolution, 1911.
Blanchard, , see Sands, .
Bleuler, , Text-Book of Psychiatry, 1923.
Broad, , The Mind and its Place in Nature, 1925.
Brown, , Mind and Personality, 1926.
Idem, Science and Personality, 1929.
Burrow, , The Social Basis of Consciousness, 1927.
Calkins, , A First Book of Psychology, 1924.
Cobb, , Manual of Neurasthenia, 1920.
Cole, , Mental Diseases, 1924.
Core, , Functional Nerves Disorders, 1922.
Craig, , Psychological Medicine, 1926.
Culpin, , Psycho-neuroses of War, 1920.
Dibblee, , Instinct and Intuition 1929.
Drever, , Instinct in Man, 1921.
Driesch, , The Crisis in Psychology, 1925.
Dunlap, , Scientific Psychology, 1922.
Idem, Social Psychology, 1925.
Freud, Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego, 1922.
Idem. Beyond the Pleasure Principle, 1922.
Idem, The Ego and the Id, 1927.
Geley, , From Unconscious to Conscious, 1920.
Gillespie, , see Henderson, .
Ginsberg, , Psychology of Society, 1921.
Gordon, , Personality, 1925.
Idem, The Neurotic Personality, 1927.
Hadfield, , Psychology and Morals, 1924.
Hamilton, , Objective Psycho-pathology, 1925.
Hart, , Psychology of Insanity, 1916.
Henderson, , Text-Book of Psychiatry, 1927.
Hobhouse, , Mind in Evolution, 1915.
Idem, Development and Purpose, 1927.
Idem., Social Development, 1924.
Hollingworth, , Psychology of Functional Neuroses, 1920.
James, , Principles of Psychology, 1901.
Joad, , Matter, Life and Value, 1929.
Jung, , Analytical Psychology, 1920.
Idem, Psychological Types 1923.
Kempf, , Psycho-pathology, 1922.
Koehler, , The Mentality of Apes, 1927.
Koffka, , The Growth of the Mind, 1924.
Kolnai, , Psycho-analysis and Sociology, 1921.
Le Bon, , Psychology of the Crowd, 1916.
Levy-Bruhl, , Primitive Mentality, 1923
Idem, How Natives Think, 1926.
McCurdy, , Problems in Dynamic Psychology. 1923.
Idem, Psychology of Emotion, 1925.
McDougall, , Social Psychology, 1922.
Idem., The Group Mind, 1920.
Idem, Outlines of Psychology, 1923.
Idem, Outlines of Abnormal Psychology, 1926.
McNamara, , Instinct and Intelligence 1920.
Malinowski, , Sex and Repression in Savage Society, 1927.
Idem, Sexual Life of Savages, 1929.
Marr, , Psychoses of War, 1919.
Marrett, , Psychology and Folk-lore, 1920.
Miller, , The New Psychology and the Parent, 1923.
Mitchell, , Problems in Psycho-pathology, 1927.
Morgan, , Mind at the Crossways, 1929.
Mott, , War Neuroses, 1919.
Murphy, , Primitive Man, 1927.
Noble, , Purposive Evolution, 1927.
Norman, , Mental Disorders, 1928.
Piaget, , Language and thought of the Child, 1926.
Idem., The Child's Conception of the World, 1929.
Pierce, , Our Unconscious Mind, 1922.
Platt, , Psychology of Thought and Feeling, 1921.
Prideaux, , in Miller, Functional Nerve Disorders, 1920.
Prince, , The Unconscious, 1921.
Read, , Military Psychiatry, 1920.
Rignano, , Biological Memory, 1921.
Idem, Psychology of Reasoning, 1923.
Rivers, , Instinct and the Unconscious 1924.
Idem, Psychology and Ethnology, 1926.
Roback, , Psychology of Character, 1927.
Ross, The Common Neuroses, 1923.
Sands, , Abnormal Behaviour, 1923.
Saxby, , Education of Behaviour, 1925.
Idem, Psychology of the Thinker, 1926.
Semon, , The Mneme, 1916.
Idem, Mnemic Psychology, 1923.
Shand, , Foundations of Character, 1920.
Sidis, , Causation of Psychopathic Diseases, 1921.
Smith, , Elliot, , Culture, 1928.
Smith, , Hamblin, , Psychology of the Criminal, 1922.
Stoddart, , Mind and its Disorders, 1926.
Stoning, , Mental Pathology, 1907.
Stout, , Manual of Psychology, 1913.
Idem, Analytical Psychology, 1918.
Tansley, , The New Psychology, 1920.
Thorndike, , Elements of Psychology, 1920.
Thouless, , Social Psychology, 1925.
Trotter, , Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War, 1919.
Vaihinger, , Philosophy of “As If,” 1924.
Watson, , Behaviourism, 1925.
Woodworth, , Psychology, 1922.
Yellowlees, , Psycho-therapy, 1923.
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