The Psychology of Ego-Involvements: Social Attitudes & Identifications

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NAME INDEX
(Italicized numbers are reference pages)
Abromson, F.,88
Adler, A., 93, 463, 506
Alexander, F., 462, 466, 469, 471, 487, 506
Allport, F. H., 11, 30, 57,79, 82, 88, 90, 281, 345
Allport, G. W., 9, 11, 18, 23, 27, 65, 70, 88, 148, 151, 153,381, 383,403, 404, 434
Alper, T. G., 128, 129, 153
Ames, A., Jr., 16, 27
Anderson, H. H., 124, 153
Anderson, N., 310, 345
Angell, R. C., 402, 435
Angyal, A., 420, 435
Ansbacher, H., 73, 74, 88
Asbury, H., 308, 345
Asch, S. E., 47, 53, 54, 55, 68, 69, 83, 88, 153
Averill, L. A., 228, 229, 241, 255, 277
Bain, R., 11, 177, 196
Baldwin, B. T., 277
Baldwin, J. M., 17, 27, 119, 151, 153, 161, 162, 164, 196
Bales, R. F., 392, 393, 435
Barker, R. G., 196,197, 279
Bartlett, F., 500, 502, 506
Bartlett, F. C., 32, 41, 45, 57, 63, 64, 75, 88, 130, 490, 507
Bayley, N., 229, 277
Bayton, J. A., 138, 155
Bean, L. H., 79, 88
Beaver, A. P., 184, 187, 196
Beebe-Center, J. G., 38, 57, 58
Beiswanger, G., 435
Bellak, L., 83, 88
Benary, W., 58
Bennett, A. E., 433, 435
Berelson, B., 78, 90
Berl, C., 241
Berman, N., 345
Berne, E. V. C., 186, 196
Bess, D., 384
Bettelheim, B., 399, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 435
Beynon, E. D., 345
Birch, H. G., 77, 88, 127, 153
Blake, R., 70, 88
Block, H., 68, 83, 88, 153
Blondel, C., 52, 58, 280, 345
Blos, P., 228, 229, 252, 253, 263, 264, 277
Blumer, H., 11, 12, 27, 280, 345
Boas, F., 11
Boehm, F., 468, 507
Bogardus, E. S., 11, 27
Boll, E. S., 220
Bonney, M. E., 196
Boring, E. G., 58, 72, 88,503, 507
Bossard, J. H. S., 220
Botsford, R. V., 395
Bradley, P., 277
Braly, K., 71, 72, 90
Brandt, H. F., 124, 153
Breslaw, B. J., 78, 88
Brickner, R. M., 431, 432, 434, 435
Bridges, K. M. B., 183, 184, 196
Bronfenbrenner, U., 341, 345
Bronner, A. F., 95, 115,331, 332, 333, 334, 346
Brontë, E., 439, 459
Brooks, F. D., 277
Broun, H., 82
Brown, A. R., 220
Bruce, A. A., 311
Bruner, J. S., 74, 75, 88,129, 130, 403, 404, 434
Brunswik, E., 73, 88
Buck, P., 378, 383

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