Psychological Subjects is a broad-ranging and original historical study of how psychological thinking developed as a feature of life in twentieth-century Britain. Ranging from the excitement about a new age at the start of the century to the permissive society of the 1970s, it offers us a new picture of how Britons of the period came to think about themselves and their world psychologically.

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