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Psychology and space
Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin
Translation of Psikhologii͡a︡ i kosmos.
|Statement||[by] Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Lebedev. Translated from the Russian by Boris Belitsky.|
|Contributions||Lebedev, V. I. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC1080 .G313 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||70886468|
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Featured an astronaut drifting in space, with the tranquil blue Earth in the back-ground and the caption “Deep Space Psych” below. At one level, the essays in this volume provide an overview and synthesis of some of the key issues in the psychology of space exploration, as well as a sampling of highly innovative empirical research.
I’m a psychology graduate student and recently found my interest into space psychology. Very great overview and entrance book in this field.
Simple, clear and rich. It’s a niche field, compared to other subjects related to space, but it’s also a fundamental and indispensable area and will show its importance in the near by: 9.
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