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The invasion from Mars; a study in the psychology of panic.

Author: Hadley Cantril; Howard Koch; Hazel Gaudet; Herta Herzog; H G Wells
Publisher: Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1940.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Orson Welles; Orson Welles
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hadley Cantril; Howard Koch; Hazel Gaudet; Herta Herzog; H G Wells
OCLC Number: 171781
Notes: Script of the broadcast by Howard Koch. Based on "War of the worlds" by H.G. Wells.
Description: xv, 228 pages including tables, diagrams 23 cm
Contents: "Incredible as it may seem": the broadcast (script by Howard Koch) --
"It was something terrible": the nature and extent of the panic --
"It didn't sound like a play": how the stimulus was experienced --
"We'd better do something": description of reactions --
"I figured": critical ability --
"I'm so worried": conditions inhibiting critical ability --
"Being in a troublesome world": the historical setting --
"My background": the individual case --
"Jitters have come to roost": why the panic?
Responsibility: With the complete script of the famous Orson Welles broadcast. By Hadley Cantril, with the assistance of Hazel Gaudet & Herta Herzog.

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