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Child development
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ISBN: 013132571X 9780131325715 Year: 1978 Publisher: Englewood Cliffs (N.J.) : Prentice-Hall,

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The course of human development
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ISBN: 0536002991 Year: 1971 Publisher: Waltham Xerox College Publishing

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Emergent human nature : A symbolic field interpretation
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Year: 1949 Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf,

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"This book is a social psychology in the Galilean tradition. Our contention is that the conditions under which human behavior occurs are primarily meanings, for the most part common meanings. In this sense we may think of this book as a logic of symbolic interaction. Some twenty years ago signs of a new trend began to appear, and it is our belief that this book is a product of that trend. The new trend showed increasing emphasis on social interaction, on analysis of dynamic processes, as against the more static attributes or entities. The new trend seemed to portend a movement toward synthesis and the emergence of an integrated system for social psychology, a system competent to describe and analyze in the same vocabularies the phenomena of both individual and group in terms of intrapersonal and interpersonal behavior. This book is presented as a beginning in that direction; it is an attempt to synthesize in a systematic heuristic form some of the more advanced contemporary thinking about human behavior in the fields of social psychology, psychology, sociology, anthropology, psychiatry, and semantics. The book purports to be an integrated conceptual formulation for social psychology in a form which synthesizes the situational or field approach with the symbolic interactionist approach. The viewpoint is therefore field-centric rather than organocentric or envirocentric. It is a descriptive analysis of how man perceives, makes judgments and choices, thinks, and otherwise behaves and comes to behave, as a social being; it is a study of 'the person in the body'." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).


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Apperception : A monograph on psychology and pedagogy
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Year: 1894 Publisher: Boston : D.C. Heath & Co.,

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"While our educational leaders were gathering their psychological ideas from the fireside, so to speak, philosophy and scientific psychology were being wrought out in the closet. The influence of the scientific spirit upon educational doctrines was consequently but slight. There was, however, one of the leading philosophers, John Frederick Herbart, who, foreseeing the need that education would have of scientific treatment from the standpoint of psychology, devoted much of his time to the elaboration of a rational system of pedagogy. Under the influence of his thought, a vigorous school of educational thinkers has arisen in Germany who are known collectively as Herbartians, but who represent within the school somewhat widely varying theories. Among the number, Dr. Lange has perhaps exhibited the happiest combination of popular presentation and scientific insight. His book will interest the simplest and instruct the wisest; for, being on the one side concrete and readable, it is on the other founded on painstaking research, not only in Herbartian, but also in other modern scientific psychology. A prominent merit of Lange is that he shows us the lines along which we must work in order to reach a solution of educational problems requiring this new element of psychology scientifically developed. Not only does he point the way, but he pursues it. He leads us into a fundamental study of the nature, kinds, conditions and significance of apperception; he shows what influence it is to have upon the choice and arrangement of the subject-matter of education; how we can investigate, extend, and utilize the child's store of experience, and how to bring about an adequate union between the growing mind of the child and the subject-matter of instruction through the development of the best methods of teaching; finally, in the Third Part he gives us a masterly survey of the history of the term as explained by Leibnitz, Kant, Herbart, Lazarus, Steinthal and Wundt. One lays down the book, after reading this chapter, with the reflection, that if these men have not said the last word upon apperception, it is still much to have said the first. Believing that this book above all others is best adapted to introduce the young teacher into that realm of educational thought in which the results of modern psychology must henceforth be an indispensable factor, the members of the newly formed Herbart Club collectively offer this translation to their fellow teachers. This book was translated and presented to American teachers by the following-named members of the Herbart Club: Elmer E. Brown, Charles De Garmo, Mrs. Eudora Hailmann, Florence Hall, George F. James, L.R. Klemm, Ossian H. Lang, Herman T. Lukens, Charles P. McMurry, Frank McMurry, Theo. B. Noss, Levi L. Seeley, and Margaret K. Smith." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved).


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Berthold Sigismund's Kind und Welt : für Eltern und Lehrer, sowie für Freunde der Psychologi
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Year: 1897 Publisher: Braunschweig : F. Vieweg und Sohn,

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Einheit und Zwiespalt der Seele : Entwicklung, Struktur und Ambivalenz des Seelenlebens beim Kinde.
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Year: 1945 Publisher: Bern : Huber,

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Theory and problems of child development
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ISBN: 0808906410 9780808906414 Year: 1970 Publisher: New York (N.Y.): Grune & Stratton,

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Child behavior
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ISBN: 0395244463 9780395244463 Year: 1977 Publisher: Boston (Mass.): Houghton Mifflin,

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Child psychology: a developmental perspective
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ISBN: 0669889717 Year: 1979 Publisher: Lexington(Mass.) Heath

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Child psychology
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ISBN: 0471358010 Year: 1975 Publisher: New York Wiley

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