Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

Wysyłka: Niedostępna
Sugerowana cena detaliczna 5930,40 PLN
Nasza cena: 5595,30 PLN
Oszczędzasz 5%
Dodaj do Schowka
Zaloguj się
Przypomnij hasło
×
×
Paypo
Oferujemy szeroki asortyment - ponad 120 tys. produktów
Dysponujemy solidną wiedzą - działamy już 11 lat
Dbamy o wybór najcenniejszych tytułów

Opis: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

This eight-volume set brings together two four-volume sets to cover both the classic and contemporary reading in theoretical psychology. "Theoretical Psychology: Classic Readings": Covering foundational works in theoretical psychology up to 1980, this four-volume collection is an authoritative and groundbreaking survey of the early theoretical foundations of modern psychology. Edited and introduced by a leading authority in the field, this selection tells the story of the early crises and debates that forged each major branch of psychology, from functionalism to clinical psychology. The volumes include: "Volume One: The Origins of a Theoretical Psychology"; "Volume Two: Theory and Method"; "Volume Three: Major Theoretical Positions in 20th Century Psychology"; and, "Volume Four: The Human Dilemma: Social, Developmental and Abnormal Psychology". "Theoretical Psychology: Contemporary Readings": This four-volume collection picks up the story of theoretical psychology in the 1980s, as it becomes a legitimate form of enquiry in its own right, and follows it as it develops through alternative and critical streams into the newfound fields of 21st century psychology, like situated cognition, embodied cognition and extended mind theory. This collection can serve as the last word on modern theoretical psychology in its own right, or as a companion to "Theoretical Psychology: Classical Readings". The volumes include: "Volume One: Contemporary Theoretical Psychology"; "Volume Two: Theory and Method"; "Volume Three: Cognitive Psychology, Cognition, Embodied Cognition"; and, "Volume Four: Contemporary Human Social, Developmental and Abnormal Psychology".CLASSICS VOLUME ONE: THE ORIGINS OF A THEORETICAL PSYCHOLOGY Introduction - Henderikus Stam PART ONE: THEORY IN PSYCHOLOGY The Psychology of Controversy - Edwin Boring The Conceptual Focus of Some Psychological Systems - Egon Brunswik The Two Disciplines of Scientific Psychology - Lee Cronbach The Place of Theory in Science - Karl Dallenbach That's Interesting! - Murray Davis Towards a Phenomenology of Sociology and a Sociology of Phenomenology A Project for a Scientific Psychology - Sigmund Freud The Logical Analysis of Psychology - Carl Hempel Psychology and Emerging Conceptions of Knowledge as Unitary - Sigmund Koch Theoretical Psychology 1950 - Sigmund Koch An Overview Wundt's Creature at Age Zero - and as Centenarian - Sigmund Koch Some Aspects of the Institutionalization of the 'New Psychology' The Conflict between Aristotelian and Galilean Modes of Thought in Contemporary Psychology - Kurt Lewin The Formal Criteria of a Systematic Psychology - John McGeoch The Current Impact of Freud upon Psychology - Gardner Murphy The Cult of Empiricism in Psychology, and beyond - Stephen Toulmin and David Leary The Nature of Theory Construction in Contemporary Psychology - Kenneth Spence Virtue Rewarded and Vice Punished - Ruth Tolman VOLUME TWO: THEORY AND METHOD PART ONE: PSYCHOPHYSICS Psychophysical Analysis - Louis Thurstone The Direct Estimation of Sensory Magnitudes-Loudness - Stanley Stevens Is There a Sensory Threshold? - John Swets PART TWO: MEASUREMENT A Theory of Data - Clyde Coombs Theoretical Risks and Tabular Asterisks - Paul Meehl Sir Karl, Sir Ronald and the Slow Progress of Soft Psychology Measurement Scales and Statistics - Joel Michell A Clash of Paradigms Construct Validity in Psychological Tests - Lee Cronbach and Paul Meehl The Fallacy of the Null-Hypothesis Significance Test - William Rozeboom Simultaneous Conjoint Measurement - R. Duncan Luce and John Tukey A New Type of Fundamental Measurement Construct Validity - Harold Bechtoldt A Critique Psychology and the Science of Science - Stanley Stevens Measurement and Man - Stanley Stevens On the Statistical Treatment of Football Numbers - Frederic Lord PART THREE: METHODOLOGY Psychology's Bridgman versus Bridgman's Bridgman - Sigmund Koch An Essay in Reconstruction Reflexivity - W. Donald Oliver and Alvin Landfield An Unfaced Issue of Psychology On the Social Psychology of the Psychological Experiment - Martin Orne With Particular Reference to Demand Characteristics and Their Implications Covert Communication in the Psychological Experiment - Robert Rosenthal On a Distinction between Hypothetical Constructs and Intervening Variables - Kenneth MacCorquodale and Paul Meehl VOLUME THREE: MAJOR THEORETICAL POSITIONS IN TWENTIETH CENTURY PSYCHOLOGY PART ONE: FUNCTIONALISM The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology - John Dewey Structural and Functional Psychology - Edward Titchener Minds and Machines - Hilary Putnam PART TWO: BEHAVIORISM Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It - John Watson A New Formula for Behaviorism - Edward Chace Tolman The Conflicting Psychologies of Learning - Clark Hull A Way out Are Theories of Learning Necessary? - Burrhus Skinner The Psychologist Looks at Language - O. Hobart Mowrer The Methods and Postulates of 'Behaviorism' - Kenneth Spence PART THREE: THE EMERGENCE OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY Human Memory - Richard Atkinson and Richard Shiffrin A Proposed System and Its Control Processes A Mechanical Model for Human Attention and Immediate Memory - Donald Broadbent Review of Verbal Behavior - Noam Chomsky Gestalt Psychology Today - Wolfgang Kohler The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two - George Miller Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information Are Theories of Perception Necessary? - Alan Costall The Knowledge Level - Allen Newell Computer Simulation of Human Thinking - Allen Newell and Herbert Simon VOLUME FOUR: THE HUMAN DILEMMA: SOCIAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY PART ONE : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Field Theory and Experiments in Social Psychology - Kurt Lewin Concepts and Methods The Need for a Phenomenological System of Psychology - Donald Snygg Social Psychology as History - Kenneth Gergen Scientific Models and Human Morals - Gordon Allport Contributions to Role-Taking Theory - Theodore Sarbin I Hypnotic Behavior From Acts to Dispositions - Edward Jones and Keith Davis The Attribution Process in Person Perception PART TWO: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Conceptual Emphasis in the History of Developmental Psychology - S. Anandalakshmy and Robert Grinder Evolutionary Theory, Teleology and the Nature-Nurture Issue Selection from the Construction of Reality in the Child - Jean Piaget The Concept of Development from a Comparative and Organismic Point of View - Heinz Werner Selection from Identity - Erik Erikson Youth and Crisis Transmission of Aggression through Imitation of Aggressive Models - Albert Bandura, Dorothea Ross and Sheila Ross Moral Stages and Moralization - Lawrence Kohlberg The Cognitive-Developmental Approach PART THREE : ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY A Stimulus-Response Theory of Anxiety and Its Role as a Reinforcing Agent - O. Hobart Mowrer Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy - Carl Rogers Persons or Science? A Philosophical Question - Carl Rogers The Adjustment of the Male Overt Homosexual - Evelyn Hooker A Critique of Cultural and Statistical Concepts of Abnormality - Henry Wegrocki Psychotherapy - Joseph Wolpe The Non-Scientific Heritage and the New Science Intensive Treatment of Psychotic Behaviour by Stimulus Satiation and Food Reinforcement - Teodoro Ayllon CONTEMPORARY VOLUME ONE: CONTEMPORARY THEORETICAL PSYCHOLOGY Introduction - Henderikus Stam PART ONE: THEORY, HISTORY AND CRITICAL THEORY Theoretical Psychology - Daniel Robinson What Is It and Who Needs It? Does the History of Psychology Have a Future? - Kurt Danziger The Psychology of Psychology - Graham Richards An Historically Grounded Sketch Some Psychological Theories Are Not Empirical - Geir Smedslund A Conceptual Analysis of the 'Stages of Change' Model Psychoanalytic Theory and Psychology - Ian Parker Conditions of Possibility for Clinical and Cultural Practice Remembering and Forgetting - Jens Brockmeier Narrative as Cultural Memory What to Say to a Skeptical Metaphysician - Don Ross and David Spurrett A Defense Manual for Cognitive and Behavioral Scientists Psychological Ascription - John Greenwood Commodity Fetishism and Repression - Michael Billig Reflections on Marx, Freud and the Psychology of Consumer Capitalism On Psychology, Ideology and Individuals' Societal Nature - Ute Osterkamp Is There (Still) a Place for Theory in Psychology? - Henderikus Stam PART TWO: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONISM The Social Constructionist Movement in Modern Psychology - Kenneth Gergen Discourse and Uncertainty - Mike Michael Postmodern Variations Constructionism, Personal Construct Psychology and Narrative Psychology - James Mancuso Recent Advances in Positioning Theory - Rom Harre et al In Conversation - John Shotter Joint Action, Shared Intentionality and Ethics PART THREE: FEMINISM Feminism and the Self - Morny Joy Feminism, Psychology and Matters of the Body - Betty Bayer and Kareen Malone PART FOUR HERMENEUTICS AND PHENOMENOLOGY Social Theory and Values - Frank Richardson and Robert Woolfolk A Hermeneutic Perspective The Psychology and Management of Pain - Robert Kugelmann Gate Control as Theory and Symbol VOLUME TWO: THEORY AND METHOD Psychology's Bridgman versus Bridgman's Bridgman - Sigmund Koch An Essay in Reconstruction Of Immortal Mythological Beasts - Christopher Green Operationism in Psychology Myths of Science - Mark Bickhard Misconceptions of Science in Contemporary Psychology Inductive Inference or Inductive Behavior - Peter Halpin and Henderikus Stam Fisher's and Neyman-Pearson's Approaches to Statistical Testing in Psychological Research (1940-1960) Normal Science, Pathological Science and Psychometrics - Joel Michell Arbitrary Methods in Psychology - Hart Blanton and James Jaccard Method and Theoretical Psychology - Lisa Osbeck Significance Tests Die Hard - Ruma Falk and Charles Greenbaum The Amazing Persistence of a Probabilistic Misconception Null Hypothesis Significance Testing - Joachim Krueger On the Survival of a Flawed Method Statistical Significance and Replicability - David Sohn Why the Former Does Not Presage the Latter When Experiments Serve Little Purpose - Michael Wallach and Lise Wallach Misguided Research in Mainstream Psychology Reporting Practices and APA Editorial Policies Regarding Statistical Significance and Effect Size - Tammi Vacha-Haase et al Experimental Practices in Economics - R. Hertwig and A. Ortmann A Methodological Challenge for Psychologists? Reflexivity and the Psychologist - Jill Morawski Causal and Functional Explanations - Huib Looren de Jong Toward a Richer View of the Scientific Method - A. Machado and F.J. Silva The Role of Conceptual Analysis Constructing Knowledge - L.D. Smith The Role of Graphs and Tables in Hard and Soft Psychology VOLUME THREE: COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITION, EMBODIED COGNITION, EVOLUTION A Teleological Critique of Modern Cognitivism - Joseph Rychlak The Rhetoric of Irrationality - Lola Lopes Recent Changes in the Concept of Cognition - Sacha Bem and Fred Keijzer 'Loving the Computer' - Elizabeth Wilson Cognition, Embodiment and the Influencing Machine Some Remarks on a Relational Concept of Mind - Huib Looren de Jong Consciousness According to James - Yanina Shapiro Forgetting, Disregarding and Other Selective Activities of Bodies-and-Brains Neuroscience and Theoretical Psychology - Peter Machamer and Justin Sytsma What's to Worry about? Model-Based Reasoning in Distributed Cognitive Systems - Nancy Nersessian Can There Be Such a Thing as Embodied Embedded Cognitive Neuroscience? - Jelle van Dijk et al Metamorphoses - Sarah Kember The Myth of Evolutionary Possibility Precis - Thomas Metzinger Being No One Consciousness, Accessibility and the Mesh between Psychology and Neuroscience - Ned Block Post-Cognitive Psychology - Jonathan Potter The Myth of Language Universals - Nicholas Evans and Stephen Levinson Language Diversity and Its Importance for Cognitive Science On What We Can See - Wes Sharrock and Jeff Coulter Home Heuristicus - Gerd Gigerenzer and Henry Brighton Why Biased Minds Make Better Inferences Against Integration - Maarten Derksen Why Evolution Cannot Unify the Social Sciences VOLUME FOUR: ALTERITY AND SOCIALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, ABNORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL THEORIES The Discursive Production of Selves - Rom Harre The Dialogical Self - Hubert Hermans, Harry Kempen and Rens van Loon Beyond Individualism and Rationalism Whose Right Is It to Define the Self? - Harwood Fisher The Place of the Psyche in a Constructed World - Kenneth Gergen Embodied Perception - Joshua Soffer Redefining the Social Clearing away the Self - A. Alexandra Michel and Stanton Wortham PART ONE: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Socializing Affordances - Alan Costall Displays and Fragments - Alan Radley Embodiment and the Configuration of Social Worlds The Poetics of Identity - Theodore Sarbin Using Common Psychological Terms to Describe Other People - Patrick Mollaret From Lexical Hypothesis to Polysemous Conception PART TWO: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY How Shall I Name Thee? The Construction of Natural Selves - Susan Oyama Spielrein, Piaget and Vygotsky - Marie Santiago-Delefosse and J-M. Oderic Delefosse Three Positions on Child Thought and Language Toward a Wittgensteinian Social Psychology of Human Development - John Jost The Dynamics of Embodiment - Esther Thelen et al A Field Theory of Infant Preservative Reaching On the Persistence of the 'Problem of Other Minds' in Psychology - Ivan Leudar and Alan Costall Chomsky, Grice and Theory of Mind PART THREE : ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Between Idealization and Denigration - Suzanne Kirschner Recent Revisionist Approaches to the History of Psychoanalysis Therapy as Theory and as Civics - Daniel Robinson 'Schizophrenic Person' or 'Person with Schizophrenia'? An Essay on Illness and the Self - Louis Sass From Meehl to Fast and Frugal Heuristics (and Back) - Konstantinos Katsikopoulos et al New Insights into How to Bridge the Clinical-Actuarial Divide The Unified Theory of Repression - Matthew Erdelyi Theorizing Health and Illness - Henderikus Stam Functionalism, Subjectivity and Reflexivity


Szczegóły: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

Tytuł: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols
Producent: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780857028464
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 3328
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 3.42 kg


Recenzje: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

Zaloguj się
Przypomnij hasło
×
×

Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

This eight-volume set brings together two four-volume sets to cover both the classic and contemporary reading in theoretical psychology. "Theoretical Psychology: Classic Readings": Covering foundational works in theoretical psychology up to 1980, this four-volume collection is an authoritative and groundbreaking survey of the early theoretical foundations of modern psychology. Edited and introduced by a leading authority in the field, this selection tells the story of the early crises and debates that forged each major branch of psychology, from functionalism to clinical psychology. The volumes include: "Volume One: The Origins of a Theoretical Psychology"; "Volume Two: Theory and Method"; "Volume Three: Major Theoretical Positions in 20th Century Psychology"; and, "Volume Four: The Human Dilemma: Social, Developmental and Abnormal Psychology". "Theoretical Psychology: Contemporary Readings": This four-volume collection picks up the story of theoretical psychology in the 1980s, as it becomes a legitimate form of enquiry in its own right, and follows it as it develops through alternative and critical streams into the newfound fields of 21st century psychology, like situated cognition, embodied cognition and extended mind theory. This collection can serve as the last word on modern theoretical psychology in its own right, or as a companion to "Theoretical Psychology: Classical Readings". The volumes include: "Volume One: Contemporary Theoretical Psychology"; "Volume Two: Theory and Method"; "Volume Three: Cognitive Psychology, Cognition, Embodied Cognition"; and, "Volume Four: Contemporary Human Social, Developmental and Abnormal Psychology".CLASSICS VOLUME ONE: THE ORIGINS OF A THEORETICAL PSYCHOLOGY Introduction - Henderikus Stam PART ONE: THEORY IN PSYCHOLOGY The Psychology of Controversy - Edwin Boring The Conceptual Focus of Some Psychological Systems - Egon Brunswik The Two Disciplines of Scientific Psychology - Lee Cronbach The Place of Theory in Science - Karl Dallenbach That's Interesting! - Murray Davis Towards a Phenomenology of Sociology and a Sociology of Phenomenology A Project for a Scientific Psychology - Sigmund Freud The Logical Analysis of Psychology - Carl Hempel Psychology and Emerging Conceptions of Knowledge as Unitary - Sigmund Koch Theoretical Psychology 1950 - Sigmund Koch An Overview Wundt's Creature at Age Zero - and as Centenarian - Sigmund Koch Some Aspects of the Institutionalization of the 'New Psychology' The Conflict between Aristotelian and Galilean Modes of Thought in Contemporary Psychology - Kurt Lewin The Formal Criteria of a Systematic Psychology - John McGeoch The Current Impact of Freud upon Psychology - Gardner Murphy The Cult of Empiricism in Psychology, and beyond - Stephen Toulmin and David Leary The Nature of Theory Construction in Contemporary Psychology - Kenneth Spence Virtue Rewarded and Vice Punished - Ruth Tolman VOLUME TWO: THEORY AND METHOD PART ONE: PSYCHOPHYSICS Psychophysical Analysis - Louis Thurstone The Direct Estimation of Sensory Magnitudes-Loudness - Stanley Stevens Is There a Sensory Threshold? - John Swets PART TWO: MEASUREMENT A Theory of Data - Clyde Coombs Theoretical Risks and Tabular Asterisks - Paul Meehl Sir Karl, Sir Ronald and the Slow Progress of Soft Psychology Measurement Scales and Statistics - Joel Michell A Clash of Paradigms Construct Validity in Psychological Tests - Lee Cronbach and Paul Meehl The Fallacy of the Null-Hypothesis Significance Test - William Rozeboom Simultaneous Conjoint Measurement - R. Duncan Luce and John Tukey A New Type of Fundamental Measurement Construct Validity - Harold Bechtoldt A Critique Psychology and the Science of Science - Stanley Stevens Measurement and Man - Stanley Stevens On the Statistical Treatment of Football Numbers - Frederic Lord PART THREE: METHODOLOGY Psychology's Bridgman versus Bridgman's Bridgman - Sigmund Koch An Essay in Reconstruction Reflexivity - W. Donald Oliver and Alvin Landfield An Unfaced Issue of Psychology On the Social Psychology of the Psychological Experiment - Martin Orne With Particular Reference to Demand Characteristics and Their Implications Covert Communication in the Psychological Experiment - Robert Rosenthal On a Distinction between Hypothetical Constructs and Intervening Variables - Kenneth MacCorquodale and Paul Meehl VOLUME THREE: MAJOR THEORETICAL POSITIONS IN TWENTIETH CENTURY PSYCHOLOGY PART ONE: FUNCTIONALISM The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology - John Dewey Structural and Functional Psychology - Edward Titchener Minds and Machines - Hilary Putnam PART TWO: BEHAVIORISM Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It - John Watson A New Formula for Behaviorism - Edward Chace Tolman The Conflicting Psychologies of Learning - Clark Hull A Way out Are Theories of Learning Necessary? - Burrhus Skinner The Psychologist Looks at Language - O. Hobart Mowrer The Methods and Postulates of 'Behaviorism' - Kenneth Spence PART THREE: THE EMERGENCE OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY Human Memory - Richard Atkinson and Richard Shiffrin A Proposed System and Its Control Processes A Mechanical Model for Human Attention and Immediate Memory - Donald Broadbent Review of Verbal Behavior - Noam Chomsky Gestalt Psychology Today - Wolfgang Kohler The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two - George Miller Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information Are Theories of Perception Necessary? - Alan Costall The Knowledge Level - Allen Newell Computer Simulation of Human Thinking - Allen Newell and Herbert Simon VOLUME FOUR: THE HUMAN DILEMMA: SOCIAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY PART ONE : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Field Theory and Experiments in Social Psychology - Kurt Lewin Concepts and Methods The Need for a Phenomenological System of Psychology - Donald Snygg Social Psychology as History - Kenneth Gergen Scientific Models and Human Morals - Gordon Allport Contributions to Role-Taking Theory - Theodore Sarbin I Hypnotic Behavior From Acts to Dispositions - Edward Jones and Keith Davis The Attribution Process in Person Perception PART TWO: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Conceptual Emphasis in the History of Developmental Psychology - S. Anandalakshmy and Robert Grinder Evolutionary Theory, Teleology and the Nature-Nurture Issue Selection from the Construction of Reality in the Child - Jean Piaget The Concept of Development from a Comparative and Organismic Point of View - Heinz Werner Selection from Identity - Erik Erikson Youth and Crisis Transmission of Aggression through Imitation of Aggressive Models - Albert Bandura, Dorothea Ross and Sheila Ross Moral Stages and Moralization - Lawrence Kohlberg The Cognitive-Developmental Approach PART THREE : ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY A Stimulus-Response Theory of Anxiety and Its Role as a Reinforcing Agent - O. Hobart Mowrer Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy - Carl Rogers Persons or Science? A Philosophical Question - Carl Rogers The Adjustment of the Male Overt Homosexual - Evelyn Hooker A Critique of Cultural and Statistical Concepts of Abnormality - Henry Wegrocki Psychotherapy - Joseph Wolpe The Non-Scientific Heritage and the New Science Intensive Treatment of Psychotic Behaviour by Stimulus Satiation and Food Reinforcement - Teodoro Ayllon CONTEMPORARY VOLUME ONE: CONTEMPORARY THEORETICAL PSYCHOLOGY Introduction - Henderikus Stam PART ONE: THEORY, HISTORY AND CRITICAL THEORY Theoretical Psychology - Daniel Robinson What Is It and Who Needs It? Does the History of Psychology Have a Future? - Kurt Danziger The Psychology of Psychology - Graham Richards An Historically Grounded Sketch Some Psychological Theories Are Not Empirical - Geir Smedslund A Conceptual Analysis of the 'Stages of Change' Model Psychoanalytic Theory and Psychology - Ian Parker Conditions of Possibility for Clinical and Cultural Practice Remembering and Forgetting - Jens Brockmeier Narrative as Cultural Memory What to Say to a Skeptical Metaphysician - Don Ross and David Spurrett A Defense Manual for Cognitive and Behavioral Scientists Psychological Ascription - John Greenwood Commodity Fetishism and Repression - Michael Billig Reflections on Marx, Freud and the Psychology of Consumer Capitalism On Psychology, Ideology and Individuals' Societal Nature - Ute Osterkamp Is There (Still) a Place for Theory in Psychology? - Henderikus Stam PART TWO: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONISM The Social Constructionist Movement in Modern Psychology - Kenneth Gergen Discourse and Uncertainty - Mike Michael Postmodern Variations Constructionism, Personal Construct Psychology and Narrative Psychology - James Mancuso Recent Advances in Positioning Theory - Rom Harre et al In Conversation - John Shotter Joint Action, Shared Intentionality and Ethics PART THREE: FEMINISM Feminism and the Self - Morny Joy Feminism, Psychology and Matters of the Body - Betty Bayer and Kareen Malone PART FOUR HERMENEUTICS AND PHENOMENOLOGY Social Theory and Values - Frank Richardson and Robert Woolfolk A Hermeneutic Perspective The Psychology and Management of Pain - Robert Kugelmann Gate Control as Theory and Symbol VOLUME TWO: THEORY AND METHOD Psychology's Bridgman versus Bridgman's Bridgman - Sigmund Koch An Essay in Reconstruction Of Immortal Mythological Beasts - Christopher Green Operationism in Psychology Myths of Science - Mark Bickhard Misconceptions of Science in Contemporary Psychology Inductive Inference or Inductive Behavior - Peter Halpin and Henderikus Stam Fisher's and Neyman-Pearson's Approaches to Statistical Testing in Psychological Research (1940-1960) Normal Science, Pathological Science and Psychometrics - Joel Michell Arbitrary Methods in Psychology - Hart Blanton and James Jaccard Method and Theoretical Psychology - Lisa Osbeck Significance Tests Die Hard - Ruma Falk and Charles Greenbaum The Amazing Persistence of a Probabilistic Misconception Null Hypothesis Significance Testing - Joachim Krueger On the Survival of a Flawed Method Statistical Significance and Replicability - David Sohn Why the Former Does Not Presage the Latter When Experiments Serve Little Purpose - Michael Wallach and Lise Wallach Misguided Research in Mainstream Psychology Reporting Practices and APA Editorial Policies Regarding Statistical Significance and Effect Size - Tammi Vacha-Haase et al Experimental Practices in Economics - R. Hertwig and A. Ortmann A Methodological Challenge for Psychologists? Reflexivity and the Psychologist - Jill Morawski Causal and Functional Explanations - Huib Looren de Jong Toward a Richer View of the Scientific Method - A. Machado and F.J. Silva The Role of Conceptual Analysis Constructing Knowledge - L.D. Smith The Role of Graphs and Tables in Hard and Soft Psychology VOLUME THREE: COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITION, EMBODIED COGNITION, EVOLUTION A Teleological Critique of Modern Cognitivism - Joseph Rychlak The Rhetoric of Irrationality - Lola Lopes Recent Changes in the Concept of Cognition - Sacha Bem and Fred Keijzer 'Loving the Computer' - Elizabeth Wilson Cognition, Embodiment and the Influencing Machine Some Remarks on a Relational Concept of Mind - Huib Looren de Jong Consciousness According to James - Yanina Shapiro Forgetting, Disregarding and Other Selective Activities of Bodies-and-Brains Neuroscience and Theoretical Psychology - Peter Machamer and Justin Sytsma What's to Worry about? Model-Based Reasoning in Distributed Cognitive Systems - Nancy Nersessian Can There Be Such a Thing as Embodied Embedded Cognitive Neuroscience? - Jelle van Dijk et al Metamorphoses - Sarah Kember The Myth of Evolutionary Possibility Precis - Thomas Metzinger Being No One Consciousness, Accessibility and the Mesh between Psychology and Neuroscience - Ned Block Post-Cognitive Psychology - Jonathan Potter The Myth of Language Universals - Nicholas Evans and Stephen Levinson Language Diversity and Its Importance for Cognitive Science On What We Can See - Wes Sharrock and Jeff Coulter Home Heuristicus - Gerd Gigerenzer and Henry Brighton Why Biased Minds Make Better Inferences Against Integration - Maarten Derksen Why Evolution Cannot Unify the Social Sciences VOLUME FOUR: ALTERITY AND SOCIALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, ABNORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL THEORIES The Discursive Production of Selves - Rom Harre The Dialogical Self - Hubert Hermans, Harry Kempen and Rens van Loon Beyond Individualism and Rationalism Whose Right Is It to Define the Self? - Harwood Fisher The Place of the Psyche in a Constructed World - Kenneth Gergen Embodied Perception - Joshua Soffer Redefining the Social Clearing away the Self - A. Alexandra Michel and Stanton Wortham PART ONE: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Socializing Affordances - Alan Costall Displays and Fragments - Alan Radley Embodiment and the Configuration of Social Worlds The Poetics of Identity - Theodore Sarbin Using Common Psychological Terms to Describe Other People - Patrick Mollaret From Lexical Hypothesis to Polysemous Conception PART TWO: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY How Shall I Name Thee? The Construction of Natural Selves - Susan Oyama Spielrein, Piaget and Vygotsky - Marie Santiago-Delefosse and J-M. Oderic Delefosse Three Positions on Child Thought and Language Toward a Wittgensteinian Social Psychology of Human Development - John Jost The Dynamics of Embodiment - Esther Thelen et al A Field Theory of Infant Preservative Reaching On the Persistence of the 'Problem of Other Minds' in Psychology - Ivan Leudar and Alan Costall Chomsky, Grice and Theory of Mind PART THREE : ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Between Idealization and Denigration - Suzanne Kirschner Recent Revisionist Approaches to the History of Psychoanalysis Therapy as Theory and as Civics - Daniel Robinson 'Schizophrenic Person' or 'Person with Schizophrenia'? An Essay on Illness and the Self - Louis Sass From Meehl to Fast and Frugal Heuristics (and Back) - Konstantinos Katsikopoulos et al New Insights into How to Bridge the Clinical-Actuarial Divide The Unified Theory of Repression - Matthew Erdelyi Theorizing Health and Illness - Henderikus Stam Functionalism, Subjectivity and Reflexivity

Powiadom o dostępności
Podaj swój e-mail a zostaniesz poinformowany jak tylko pozycja będzie dostępna.
×
Cena 5930,40 PLN
Nasza cena 5595,30 PLN
Oszczędzasz 5%
Wysyłka: Niedostępna
Dodaj do Schowka
Zaloguj się
Przypomnij hasło
×
×

Paypo

Szczegóły: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

Tytuł: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols
Producent: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780857028464
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 3328
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 3.42 kg


Recenzje: Theoretical Psychology 8 vols

Zaloguj się
Przypomnij hasło
×
×

Klienci, którzy kupili oglądany produkt kupili także:


Zaloguj się
Przypomnij hasło
×
×
Dodane do koszyka
×