Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology - Vol. 3

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Index
A
Abelson, R. P., 157, 159
Abra, J. C., 316, 318, 321
Accommodation ( Piaget), 148-149, 150
Active listening, 250
Adams, D. K., 166
Adaptation, 149, 197, 235
Adkins, D., 93, 95-96
Adkins Wood, D., 85n, 86, 92, 101
Adler, A., 175
Adler, H., 64
Age regression, 190
Agee, J., 263
Aggression, 114
Allen, P., 246
Allport, F. H., 42, 121-142
ascendancy-submission, 134
attitudes, measurement of, 134-135
attitudes, studies of, 125, 128-133
bandwagon appeal, 130
books by,
Institutional Behavior, 136-137, 138
Social Psychology, 127-128, 129, 137
Theories of Perception and the Concept of Structure, 139
conformity, 129-133, 139
convergence, 129-130, 133
decrement, social, 128-129
education, 123-124
event-structure theory, 129, 138, 139
gender differences, 137-138
group fictions, criticisms of, 135-138
group mind, criticism of, 136
group norms, 128, 131-133
increment, social, 129-129
ingroup, 131, 138
"J curve," 130-132
life of, 122-127
personality theory, 133-134
pluralistic ignorance, 130
public service, 127
reference groups, 128, 131-132
scaling theory, 135
self-fulfilling prophecy, 138, 139
sex differences, 137-138
social cognition, 130
social facilitation, 129
social influence, 128-133
social norms, 128, 131-133
social projection, 130
social psychology, first doctoral program in, 124
stereotypes, 137-138
telenomic trends, 134
traits, personality, 134
universality, impression of, 130, 131
women, psychology of, 137-138
Allport, G. W., 123, 125, 133-134, 141, 234, 240, 299
Ambron, S. R., 158, 159
Amnesia, hypnotically induced, 184-185, 189, 190
Amsel, A., 286, 291
Anesthesia, hypnotic, 181
Angell, J. R., 88, 93
Animal behavior, 197-206
Animal magnetism, 70-71
Animal psychology, 23-24, 222, 230, 231-240, 279-291, 296-298, 338
Animism, 152
Ankney, C. D., 28, 29
Annin, E. L., 176, 177
Anthropocentrism, 25, 26
Anti-Semitism, 110-111, 112, 295, 296, 297, 300
Anxiety and learning, 285-286

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