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The Mental Highway is a collection of lectures given in the early 1900's
and intended to serve as an introduction to academic and applied
psychology. The author, Thomas Parker Boyd, felt that an underlying
appreciation of the workings of the Universal Laws and their relationship
to the subconscious mind was an absolutely essential part of the subject.
Contrast that approach with mainstream psychology today and you are
perhaps left wondering if our understanding of the mind has really advanced
that much in 100 years. 140 pp.