Title: Ted Kaczynski's Review of 'A History of Modern Psychology'
Author: Ted Kaczynski
Date: 4/17/01

Theodore John Kaczynski 04475-046
Book Report 4/17/01

I have read Chapters 1, 13, and 14 of A History of Modern Psychology{1}, by Duane P. Schultz and Sydney Ellen Schultz. My comments are as follows.

Chapter 1 is a general, introductory chapter. On page 1, psychology is described as a "primarily scientific field of study." Whether that is true depends on how broadly you want to define the word "scientific." ...


{1} A pen is a phallic symbol. The flow of ink from the tip of the pen represents ejaculation. My pen ran out of ink at this point because of my unconscious fear of castration.