Definition of psychology:
dynamic, parapsychology, Jungian, Freudian, functional, mindset, analysis, group, applied linguistics, analyze, psychometrics, introspective, individual, ancient history, clinical, what makes someone tick, Adlerian, differential, aesthetics, experimental, medicine, organismic, consciousness, mentality, applied, ego, existential, thoughts, child, academic, social, study of personality, structural, psychodiagnosis, behaviorism, collective unconscious, archaeology, analyst, self, analyse, physiological, therapy, abnormal, couch, free association, developmental, motor, mind, educational, psychodynamics, Gestalt, agronomy, aversion therapy, ethos, popular, anthropology, psychological science, analytical, genetic, science, agriculture, psyche, animal, architecture, archeology, acoustics, ethos, comparative.
In English we have only John Inglesant and Robert Elsmere to compare it with; but such a comparison, though obviously imperfect, proves at once how easily The Saint surpasses them both, not merely by the greater significance of its central theme, but by its subtler psychology, its wider horizon, its more various contacts with life.- "The Saint", Antonio Fogazzaro Commentator: William Roscoe Thayer.
- "The Red Planet", William J. Locke.
- "The Value of Money", Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr..