The roots of modern social psychology, 1872-1954  hc

Robert M. Farr

This volume traces the origins of social psychology in both the European and American traditions of thought, and seeks to place modern social psychology in its historical setting.

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  • Preface. 1. Modern social psychology: a characteristically American phenomenon. 2. The emergence in Germany of psychology as a natural and social science. 3. The psychology of the masses and of culture. 4. George Herbert Mead: philosopher and social psychologist. 5. The Murchison Handbook of 1935: a truly comparative psychology. 6. The individualisation of social psychology in North America. 7. Sociological and psychological forms of social psychology. 8. Ancestors and founders: reconstructing the past. 9. War and the history of social psychology. 10. The long past and the short history of social psychology. Appendix I: Some significant dates in the emergence of psychology as an experimental and social science 1872 -- 1937. Appendix II: The rubric for Paper V of the University of London Examinations in Psychology in the early 1960s. Appendix III: Reviewers comments on The Long past and the Short History of Social Psychology. Bibliography. Index.

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書名 The roots of modern social psychology, 1872-1954
著作者等 Farr, Robert M.
巻冊次 hc
出版元 Blackwell Publishers
刊行年月 1996
ページ数 xvii, 204 p.
大きさ 23 cm.
ISBN 0631194479
NCID BA27774251
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国