Gabriele Buccola-Emil Kraepelin. Carteggio 1881-1885

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[automatically translated] The correspondence Buccola-Kraepelin, made up of 41 -23 missives sent by Emil Kraepelin to Gabriele Buccola and 18 sent by Buccola to Kraepelin - allows you to reconstruct the intent epistolary relationship that existed between the two young scholars in the years between 1881 and 1885. it is clear the importance of this unpublished correspondence that allows not only a critical analysis of the birth of psychology as a science, but also makes a direct testimony of the enthusiasm alive and tenacious of the two scholars to the nascent discipline, as well as a knowledge of the main research centers developed in the laboratory of Wundt in Leipzig, where Kraepelin moved in early 1882.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)7-77
Number of pages71
VolumeXVIII, 1
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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