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Home Browse Books Book details, Contributions to Analytical Psychology. Contributions to Analytical Psychology. By C. G. Jung, H. Baynes, Cary F. Baynes. Besides these latest contributions, there are included several other papers delivered by Jung to various bodies both in this country and on the Continent, dealing with a variety of problems and aspects of modern life. Since many of these papers were in the nature of an explanatory outline of his ideas to a lay audience, a certain amount of overlapping and repetition was unavoidable.
This chapter provides an outline of Personality Systems Interaction (PSI) theory and its contribution to an understanding of implicit motives. It will be argued that the concept of motive can be applied across preconceptual, conceptual, and self-regulatory levels of analysis, which are related to three different motive measures (. TAT/PSE, grid technique, and OMT, respectively).
Source: APA. 1956 Wolfgang Köhler, Carl R. Rogers, Kenneth W. Spence. 1957 Carl I. Hovland, Curt P. Richter, Edward C. Tolman. 1958 Frank A. Beach, Paul E. Meehl, B. F. Skinner. 1959 Leon Festinger, Donald B. Lindsley, Neal E. Miller.
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Chapter 1. Our Knowledge Concerning Memory. Chapter 2. The Possibility of Enlarging Our Knowledge of Memory. Chapter 3. The Method of Investigation. Chapter 4. The Utility of the Averages Obtained. Chapter 6. Retention as a Function of the Number of Repetitions. Chapter 7. Retention and Obliviscence as a Function of the Time. Chapter 8. Retention as a Function of Repeated Learning.
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Contributions to Psychology. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.