AND HOW TO USE IT
It is not
enough merely to have a sound mind—one must also learn
how to use it, if he would become mentally efficient.
ELIZABETH TOWNE CO.,
Fowler & Co., London.
What is the
is generally considered to be the science of mind,
although more properly it is the science of mental
states—thoughts, feelings, and acts of volition. It was
formerly the custom of writers on the subject of
psychology to begin by an attempt to define and describe
the nature of mind, before proceeding to a consideration
of the subject of the various mental spates and
activities. But more recent authorities have rebelled
against this demand, and have