Twentieth Century Psychology: Recent Developments in Psychology

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I. GENERAL AND THEORETICAL
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Psychology's Progress and the Armchair Taboo1
D. B. Klein, The University of Texas
Nazi Science10
David P. Boder, Illinois Institute of Technology and the Psychological Museum
A Theory of Human Motivation22
A. H. Maslow, Brooklyn College
The Conceptual Focus of Some Psychological Systems49
Egon Brunswik, University of California
Theoretical and Experimental Difficulties of Modern Psychology with the Body-Mind Problem64
Christian O. Weber, Wells College
Personality and Typology94
Isidor Chein, College of the City of New York
PART II. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Identification and the Post-War World119
Edward Chace Tolman, University of California
The Concept of Social Status128
Raymond B. Cattell, Harvard University
Identification with Social and Economic Class146
Hadley Cantril, Princeton University
An Experimental Approach to the Study of Mob Behavior153
Norman C. Meier, G. H. Mennenga, and H. J. Stoltz, University of Iowa
Training in Democratic Leadership175
Alex Bavelas and Kurt Lewin, University of Iowa
The 100 Greatest Books Selected by 100 Qualified Persons182
Daniel Starch, Daniel Starch and Staff, New York City
A Case Study in the Perpetuation of Error192
George W. Hartmann, Harvard University
Patterns of Aggressive Behavior in Experimentally Created "Social Climates"200
Kurt Lewin, Ronald Lippitt, and Ralph K. White, Child Welfare Research Station, University of Iowa
The Authoritarian Character Structure231
A. H. Maslow, Brooklyn College

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