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Title Perspectives in personality research / edited by Henry P. David and J.C. Brengelmann, under the auspices of the International Union of Scientific Psychology
Published New York : Springer, 1960
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Description 1 online resource ( ix, 370 pages : illustrations)
Contents Historical trends in personality research / Henry A. Murray -- Studies of denial in fantasy / Daniel R. Miller -- Studies in the psychology of death / Irving E. Alexander and Arthur M. Adlerstein -- A clinical study of religious attitudes and a new approach to psychpathology / No´┐Żel Mailloux and Leonardo Ancona -- Psychoanalytic behavior theory : a conceptual framework for research / Gerald S. Blum -- Experimental analysis of the development of voluntary action in children / A.R. Luria -- Personality research and psychopathology : a commentary / Silvan S. Tomkins -- Perception of human action / Franz From -- Movement as a cue in person perception / Renato Tagiuri -- Judgment and judging in person cognition / Ronald Taft -- Reconsidering the issue of conformity in personality / E.P. Hollander -- Person perception : a commentary / Robert B. MacLeod --
Longitudinal research in personality development / Aase Grude Skard ... [et al.] -- A socio-psychological investigation of suicide / Edwin S. Shneidman and Norman L. Farberow -- Problems of measurement in objective personality evaluation / J.C. Brengelmann -- Brief projective methods in personality assessment / Henry P. David and William Rabinowitz -- Research in personality assessment : a commentary / Richard Meili -- Beyond provincialism : a note on the International Congress / Joseph Nuttin
Summary "Three years ago, when Perspectives in Personality Theory appeared under the editorship of Henry P. David and Helmut von Bracken, with contributions by twenty-two psychologists from nine different countries, I described it as "a real landmark in international cooperation among psychologists." All of us connected with the International Union of Scientific Psychology were delighted with this tangible expression of increased communication among psychologists, who too often remain content to read the writings of their own countrymen in their own language. Our pleasure was increased with the publication of the volume in German as well, thus widening even more the circle of international contact; The favorable reception accorded the first Perspectives was convincing proof that such publications met a real need in the psychological community, and the hope was expressed on many sides that what had succeeded so well would establish a precedent for the future. After all, psychologists are not usually content with just a single case! It is therefore with even greater pleasure and pride that, in the name of the International Union of Scientific Psychology, I write these few words of introduction to the second volume. Perspectives in Personality Research, again edited by Henry P. David, this time in cooperation with J. C. Brengelmann, contains contributions from twenty-seven psychologists from eleven countries, an even wider range than that represented by its predecessor"--Foreword. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Also issued in print
Subject Personality.
Personality.
Form Electronic book
Author Brengelmann, Johannes C.
David, Henry P. (Henry Philip), 1923-2009.
International Union of Psychological Science.