Psychology in the Common Cause

Psychology in the Common Cause

Psychology in the Common Cause

Psychology in the Common Cause

Synopsis

Bugelski examines the problems we face by living in groups--war, poverty, inflation, unemployment--and asks whether psychology has anything to offer in connection with such problems. Writing from a unique behavioral perspective, Bugelski poses profound questions about current psychological efforts to contribute to human affairs, adding a new dimension to the ongoing debate about psychology's ultimate potential to ameliorate some of the more intractable problems of everyday life.
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