Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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In our present terminology we can say that philosophy is the mother of all sciences. Progressive specialization has marked scientific progress, and our science, psychology, was the last to gain her independence.
Contrariwise, in America the climate is chiefly practical; the here and now, the immediate present with its needs, holds the centre of the stage, thereby relegating the problems essential to German mentality to the realm of the useless ...
the other a “seat,” or in more general terms, the behavioural cage of the one contained an object functionally alive with regard to the ape's present trend of action; that of the other an object functionally dead. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES ...
We gather from this that the relation between the two environments will present us with a fundamental problem in our future theories. Behaviour Defined. (3) One particular aspect of the second point may be given a special mention: ...
But for our present purposes the critical experiments are of particular interest. Why do the animals choose one of the two equal figures, when they have been trained to choose the smaller one? Described in these geographical terms their ...
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FOUNDATION OF A TRACE THEORY THEORETICAL SECTION
FOUNDATION OF A TRACE THEORY EXPERIMENTAL SECTION AND COMPLETION OF THE THEORY
XII LEARNING AND OTHER MEMORY FUNCTIONSI
XIII LEARNING AND OTHER MEMORY FUNCTIONSII
XIV SOCIETY AND PERSONALITY
ADJUSTED BEHAVIOUR ATTITUDES EMOTIONS AND THE WILL