Psychology and Its Allied Disciplines - Vol. 2

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happen, and if the education of the behavioral psychiatrists included a proper modicum of psychology (particularly learning theory, conditioning theory, and personality theory), then a most productive relation could emerge with psychology. History does not suggest that powerful groups ever voluntarily give up positions of great economic and social power and influence. The outlook therefore cannot be overly optimistic. However, certain increasing numbers of psychiatrists, won over by the obvious successes of behavior therapy, are beginning to see the advantages of acquiring some knowledge of psychology, and in time important changes in the desired direction may well take place. In that case, psychology and psychiatry may yet engage in a mutually beneficial association and achieve a relation more appropriate to both.


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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Crosscurrents in Contemporary Psychology ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Series Prologue vii
  • Contributors to This Volume ix
  • Contents xi
  • Preface xv
  • Psychology's Relations With Allied Intellectual Disciplines: An Overview xxiii
  • 1- Psychology And Anthropology 1
  • Acknowledgments 25
  • References 25
  • 2- Psychology, Behavior Therapy, and Psychiatry 31
  • References 52
  • 3- Psychology and Economics 55
  • References 82
  • 4- Psychology and Education 89
  • Acknowledgments 118
  • References 118
  • 5- Psychology and The Environmental Disciplines 123
  • Acknowledgment 156
  • References 157
  • 6- Psychology and History 163
  • References 183
  • 7- Psychology and Political Science 185
  • References 202
  • 8- Psychology and Sociology 207
  • References 232
  • Biographical Notes 236
  • Author Index 239
  • Subject Index 247
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