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A history of psychology in autobiography : Vol. VII (Computer file, 1980) [roundtaiwanround.com]

a history of psychology in autobiography

Since I had learned stenography in high school, I used to draw upon all sorts of shorthand memoranda in preparing my lectures. I rose through the ranks at Stanford, chaired the department briefly, and was awarded the David Starr Jordan Professor of Social Science in Psychology endowed chair, named after the first president of the university. In logic it has not as yet been duly recognized. The separate paths in a chance encounter have their own determinants, but they are causally unconnected until their intersection, at which point the encounter creates a unique confluence of influences that have causal impact. The same year I started, together with the principal, Dr.

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A History of psychology in autobiography. (Book, 1930) [roundtaiwanround.com]

a history of psychology in autobiography

It is, therefore, a priori most improbable, and although it is empirically given, it calls for an hypothesis to dispel the improbability. As part of my program of research on selective moral disengagement at the social systems level, I documented how each of the mechanisms by which moral self-sanctions are disengaged from detrimental conduct were enlisted by the television industry in the production of gratuitous violence for commercial purposes Bandura, 1973; 2004a. Other examples of these experiences which must be described in terms of self-psychology are sympathy, vanity, and trust. In this connection I picked up many loose threads of my brief experience as a law student, and became especially fascinated with problems of penal law. I regarded this contest as providing Warhol's fifteen minutes of fame with virtually no risk of electability. This was the fastest evolutionary descent from the trees to a professional boardroom.

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Mary Whiton Calkins autobiography

a history of psychology in autobiography

It seems a safe assertion that in every volume of this series there have been contributors who were totally unfamiliar with the work of other contributors. Moreover, the theory under discussion had always been much broader than the initial descriptive label. The concept of objective time contains no notion of past, present, or future. We established our credibility in congressional circles as a reliable source of information not just promoters of guild self-interests. The Skinner Box At Harvard, B.

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Carl Stumpf autobiography

a history of psychology in autobiography

As Brentano has resigned, and the aged Hoffmann, a follower of Baader, found scarcely any listeners, I had to represent, as it were, the whole Department of Philosophy; but with the courage of youth I gave, in turn, all the great philosophical subjects except ethics. During this time, Stanford was in the early throes of launching an expansive transformational change under the adroit leadership of our Provost, Fred Terman. They therefore constitute no argument for behaviorism proper, extreme behaviorism, the doctrine that so-called consciousness literally is, consists in, bodily reactions; that seeing is eye-movement; that emotion is chaotic instinctive reaction; and that thinking is internal speech. My mother walked from home to home helping to nurse back to health those who were fortunate to survive. Among my later works, the two concerning the ancient theory of music 1897 contain many detailed discussions of passages in the text which have some importance for the history of philosophy, but have apparently not been noticed by my colleagues, Two decades later, after much experimental work, I wrote a treatise on Spinoza, not because of any special sympathy with his philosophizing, but rather because I thought that I might say something new concerning one of his main points, the parallelism of the attributes.

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Jean Piaget Society

a history of psychology in autobiography

In the quiet town of Halle I met G. The study of these records constituted in itself a course in general psychology from the vantage ground of a systematic introspection of these dream phenomena and with the constant stimulus of Dr. But I should like to point out that I have never conceived of spatial sensations as depending directly, and only, on the stimulus but have always emphasized concomitant effects of central factors, as, for instance, in the case of visual size. But this, as a later section will set forth, means only that I refuse adherence to the negative part of behaviorism, its denial of self and of consciousness. Generalizing change through participant modeling with self-directed mastery. I became intrigued by cases in which direct modification of problem behavior not only produced lasting improvements in people's lives, but fostered generalized benefits in nontreated areas of functioning. To the fruitful experimental investigation of these thought factors in experience by Woodworth, B├╝hler, and others, my colleague, Eleanor Gamble, and I, a few years later, made a small contribution by repeating with modifications two investigations of Alfred Lehmann and, we believed, proving in opposition to his conclusions that recognition does not consist in reproduced images and that neither the consciousness of likeness nor that of difference is constituted by a verbal image.


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A History of Psychology in Autobiography, Volume IX

a history of psychology in autobiography

The empirical derivation of altruism from egotism is entirely wrong. Moral Disengagement: How Good People Can Act Inhumanly and Feel Good About It. The instruction in general was anything but inspiring, and even technically unsatisfactory. Whatever truth they contain will prevail by its own virtue. The power of social modeling was underscored in a large-scale project I conducted with Richard Walters, my first doctoral student. But soon the needs of the students required an extension which was now, of course, more difficult to obtain.

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Carl Stumpf autobiography

a history of psychology in autobiography

We need not elaborate upon the fact that the transition from the mechanical to the electromagnetic conception of nature falls within the methodological domain we have outlined. The pupils of Brentano naturally have many things in common in consequence of the same starting-point; many others, however, because of the necessity of changes, additions, and continuations simultaneously felt by those who proceed in the same direction. Moral standards do not function as unceasing internal regulators of conduct. The philosopher, however, is more interested in the still more general problem of teleology than in vitalism. Many buyers probably mistook it for a syllabus. Psychovitalism in this empirically controllable form would probably have been admitted even by Lotze, who was the keenest opponent of the old Life Force. The journal will not publish reviews of single books except in highly unusual circumstances.

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History of Psychology

a history of psychology in autobiography

The journal will inform the institutions of authors of all accepted reviews of the parity of such essay reviews with the other articles published in History of Psychology. This conception, again, is transferred to nature. The Great Depression took a toll on my father's fun-loving spirit when he lost a section of land he had cultivated so laboriously. In agreement with them, for example, it vigorously disputes the assertions of people who report that they never dream; and this on strictly empirical grounds. In the monograph on combination-tones it seemed important to describe as fully as possible the phenomena and laws of this most difficult subject, where only well-trained observers and co-observers can be used as subjects. Thus, in the year 1897, the nerve specialist, Placzek, led me to examine a boy of four years, who had a most remarkable memory. And in curiously close resemblance to my own classification of these objects, though in entire independence of it, Stern distinguishes them as ├ťberpersonen people, races, and the like , Nebenpersonen our fellowmen and die Ausserpers├Ânliche impersonal objects.

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Biography of Albert Bandura

a history of psychology in autobiography

There are three major components to the evolved social cognitive approach to fostering society-wide changes: a theoretical model that specifies the determinants of psychosocial change and the mechanisms through which they produce their effects; a translational and implementation model that converts theoretical principles into an innovative operational model; a social diffusion model on how to promote adoption of psychosocial programs in diverse cultural milieus. A history of entertainment-education, 1958-2000. This charming town became our second home. Biography Albert Bandura Born: December 4, 1925 Mundare, Alberta, Canada Albert Bandura was born into a family of modest means in a tiny hamlet in remote Alberta, Canada. Although estranged for over fifty years, I had never formally withdrawn, being too well aware of the blessings our Church bestowed, nor had I any inclination to exchange my old confession of faith for any other. Your decision to become a priest I can accept only with deep respect for your conscientious conviction, and, although it destroys a cherished hope of mine, still I realize the full extent of the blessing that your strong spirit may carry with it in your calling; I realize this too well to think of opposing your decision in any way. Human Development, 29, 301-14, 1986.

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B.F. Skinner

a history of psychology in autobiography

The first and more strictly psychological form of personalistic psychology, though it does not disregard the neurological correlates of experience, the muscular reactions which accompany different mental attitudes, and the biological values of consciousness, none the less teaches that the self has a body and is not, in any sense, constituted by body. The school had been home to and other psychologists including Kenneth Spence and. As another aspect to the agentic perspective of social cognitive theory, I undertook a program of research into the nature and mechanisms of self-regulation Bandura, 1971, 1986. I cannot close this sketch of my life without mentioning that in 1921 I severed my connection with the Catholic Church. I had been a member of the Commission since my coming to Berlin, and now, at the urgent request of Liliencron and Althoff, I consented to substitute for the deaf, eighty-year-old president, and kept his place until he died in 1912. These folks worked hard in the early building of the Canadian nation but they also knew how to party.

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