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Psychology : theoretical-historical perspectives / edited by Robert W. Rieber and Kurt D. Salzinger.

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Tipo de material
E-Libro
Publicación
Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, [1998]
Publicación
©1998

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Edición
Second edition.
Descripción
1 online resource (xvii, 509 pages) : illustrations
Bibliografía
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contenido
Vicissitudes of Fechnerian psychophysics in America / Helmut E. Adler -- Origins of American psychology in the work of G.E. Müller: classical psychophysics and serial learning / Edward J. Haupt -- Why study Wundtian psychology? / Arthur L. Blumenthal -- Francis Galton and American psychology / Solomon Diamond -- William James on the demise of positivism in American psychology / Eugene Taylor -- Theory and history of psychology and the denial and affirmation of the self / Anand C. Paranjpe -- Americanization of psychology before William James / Robert W. Rieber -- American culture and psychology / David Bakan -- Diverse relations between psychology and evolutionary thought / Howard E. Gruber -- Gestalt theory and evolutionary psychology / David J. Murray, Bahar Farahmand -- The experimental analysis of operant behavior: a history / B.F. Skinner -- The historical antecedents of contemporary behaviorism / Willard F. Day, Jr. -- The assimilation of psychoanalysis in America: from popularization to volgarization / Robert W. Rieber -- In tribute to Piaget: a look at his scientific impact in the United States / Gilbert Voyat, Howard E. Gruber-- Genetic epistemology and developmental psychology / Bärbel Inhelder -- Some recent research and its link with a new theory of groupings and conservations based on commutability / Jean Piaget -- Thought and things: James Mark Baldwin and the biosocial origins of mind / Robert H. Wozniak -- Historical and contemporary significance of Vygotsky's sociohistorical psychology / Carl Ratner -- Sitzfleisch, the zeitgeist, and the hindsightgeist / Kurt D. Salzinger.
Sumario
The approach to theory and history adapted by the contributors is to focus on some of the central figures in the development of discipline. Within this approach, the authors offer analyses of 3 major theoretical currents in psychology: psychoanalysis, behaviorism, and the Geneva school. Other chapters focus on psychophysics and on Gestalt, cognitive, and evolutionary psychology. The text covers such influences as G. T. Fechner, G. E. Muller, W. Wundt, F. Galton, James, Darwin, J. M. Baldwin, and Vygotsky and such topics as the Americanization of psychology and psychoanalysis, the relationship between politics and psychology in the US, and the contrasting development of the concept of the self in Western and Eastern psychology, and reprints chapters originally contributed by B. F. Skinner and Jean Piaget. It provides the reader with a broad overview of the development of a continually evolving field, one that has had an influence on the thought and culture of the 20th century. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).
Nota
Description based on print version record.
Formato
Also available online via the World Wide Web, by subscription to Ovid PsycBooks.
Impreso por
Made available through: American Psychological Association's PsyBooks Collection.
Nota
GMD: electronic resource.
Materia
Psychology -- United States -- History.
Psychology -- history -- United States.
Psychological Theory -- United States.
Otro Autor
Rieber, R. W. (Robert W.)
Salzinger, Kurt.
American Psychological Association.
Otro formato:
Print version: Psychology. 2nd ed. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c1998 1557985243 (DLC) 98028447 (OCoLC)39262024