Studies in the Dynamics of Behavior

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STUDIES IN THE DYNAMICS OF BEHAVIOR

BY CALVIN P. STONE, CHESTER W. DARROW AND CARNEY LANDIS Research Psychologists, Behavior Research Fund AND LENA L. HEATH Research Assistant

EDITED BY KARL S. LASHLEY

THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS CHICAGO · ILLINOIS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Introduction vii
  • Table of Contents xi
  • Wildness and Savageness in Rats of Different Strains 1
  • Introduction1 3
  • Previous Studies 4
  • Group Ratings for Wildness and Savageness in the Present Study 14
  • Dominance of the Hiding Tendency Over Hunger 36
  • Maze-Learning 43
  • Bibliography 55
  • Reaction Tendencies Relating to Personality - A Physiological Study of Anticipation, Excitability, Recuperation, Adaptation, Conditioning, Extinction, and Inhibition in Relation to Personality Differences 57
  • Introduction 59
  • The Experimental Procedure 61
  • Experimental Data on Various Measures 77
  • Composite Scores 219
  • Physiological Factor Analysis 226
  • Special Groups of Data 231
  • Discussion and Conclusions 240
  • Acknowledgments 244
  • Bibliography 245
  • Appendix 249
  • An Attempt to Measure Emotional Traits in Juvenile Delinquency 263
  • Introduction 265
  • Purpose of This Study 267
  • Part I - A Study of 100 Delinquent Boys 268
  • Part II a Study of 112 Delinquent Girls 292
  • Discussion of Parts I and II 302
  • Conclusions 310
  • Acknowledgments 315
  • Bibliography 316
  • Symbols and Abbreviations Used in Appendex 317
  • Appendix A 318
  • Appendix B 321
  • Index 327
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