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Frontiers of psychology.

Author: John Mann
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [©1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mann, John Harvey.
Frontiers of psychology.
New York, Macmillan [1963]
(OCoLC)567909258
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Mann
OCLC Number: 224941
Description: vii, 306 pages
Contents: The nature of modern psychology --
The psychological aspects of space travel --
The contribution of military psychology --
The contribution of engineering psychology --
The contribution of clinical psychology --
The contribution of physiological psychology --
The contribution of experimental psychology --
The contribution of evaluation and measurement --
The contribution of personality psychology --
The contribution of social psychology. The computer: an electronic catalyst --
The nature of computers --
Statistical applications --
The stimulation of behavior. Teaching machines --
Current teaching machines --
The program and the programmer --
The economics of the teaching machine --
The teaching machine and the educational process --
Implications of teaching machines. Psychological implications of communications theory --
The language of communications theory --
Human perception of information --
Language as communication of information --
Social interaction and communications theory --
Man-machine interaction --
Communications theory in psychology --
Communications research and society. Intelligence and creativity --
The measurement of intelligence --
The model for the structure of the intellect --
The uses of intelligence prediction --
The measurement and cultivation of creativity. ESP, prognostication, and PK --
Studies of ESP --
Psychokinetic research --
Parapsychology and science. Multidimensional analysis of human behavior --
The psychological "system" --
Multidimensional measurement --
Factor analysis in multidimensional studies --
Analysis of interlevel relationships --
Personality and group measures --
Summary and conclusions. Changing human behavior --
The goals of behavior change --
Changing behavior as a form of maturity --
Evaluative studies of behavior chane --
Possible errors in evaluative research --
The components of "brainwashing" --
Studies of behavior-change components --
The significance of behavior-change tests.

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