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Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories by Robert W. Rieber PDF

By Robert W. Rieber

ISBN-10: 1441904638

ISBN-13: 9781441904638

A enormous paintings, this Encyclopedia completely describes and indexes a number of theories of psychology, with exact emphasis on their historical past.

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Adams, D. K. (1947). Reflections from a branch office. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 3, 10–15. Basic Biography Alfred Adler was born on February 7, 1870, in Penzing, Austria. His early childhood was plagued with disease, including rickets and pneumonia, which heavily Adler, Alfred influenced his decision to become a physician. In 1895 he received his medical degree from the University of Vienna, where he met his wife, Raissa Timofeyewna Epstein, a Russian student who was also an intellectual and social activist.

L. (1986). Parallel distributed processing (Vol. 1). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Adams, D. K. DAVID C. DEVONIS Graceland University, Lamoni, IA, USA Basic Biographical Information Born: Mar. 6, 1902; Died: May, 1971. Donald Adams attended Yale and obtained his Ph. D. in 1927, studying with Yerkes. He was from the outset interested in the potentiality of mind in animals. In his earliest publications, he held forth for a comparative method based on rigorous self-observation to infer the existence of mind in other organisms, rather than ruling it out of hand immediately as a nonparsimonious hypothesis (Adams 1928).

Retrieval time from semantic memory. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 8, 240–247. , & Humphreys, G. (1999). Connectionist psychology: A text with readings. Hove: Psychology Press. Hebb, D. O. (1949). The organization of behavior. New York: Wiley. Konorski, J. (1967). Integrative activity of the brain. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Martindale, C. (1991). Cognitive psychology: A neural-network approach. Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole. McClelland, J. , & Rumelhart, D. E. ). (1986).

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