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International Conference of the Learning Sciences: Facing the Challenges of Complex Real-world Settings

by Barry J. Fishman & Samuel F. O'Connor-Divelbiss

The field of the learning sciences is concerned with educational research from the dual perspectives of human cognition and computing technologies, and the application of this research in three integrated areas:...

Personality and Assessment

by Walter Mischel

After many "out-of-print" years, this volume has been reissued in response to an increasing demand for copies. This reflects that the fundamental questions that motivated this book thirty years ago are still...

Cognitive Development: The Child's Acquisition of Diagonality

by David R. Olson

When this book was first published, David Olson was examining the developing representation and use of diagonals in the context of much larger questions, questions also explored by Vygotsky, Cassirer, Gombrich,...

Scale in Conscious Experience: Is the Brain Too Important To Be Left To Specialists To Study?

by Joseph S. King & Karl H. Pribram

This volume is the result of the third Appalachian Conference on Behavioral Neurodynamics which focused on the problem of scale in conscious experience. Set against the philosophical view of "eliminative materialism,"...

Piaget's Theory: Prospects and Possibilities

by Harry Beilin & Peter B. Pufall

This volume marks the 20th Anniversary Symposium of the Jean Piaget Society. Some of the American contributors were among the first to introduce Piaget to developmental and educational psychology in the United...

Cognition, Information Processing, and Psychophysics: Basic Issues

by Hans-Georg Geissler, Stephen W. Link & James T. Townsend

The plan for this volume emerged during the international Leipzig conference commemorating the centenary of the death of Gustav Fechner. The contributors suggested that while many features of modern psychological...

Folk Psychology and the Philosophy of Mind

by Scott M. Christensen & Dale R. Turner

Within the past ten years, the discussion of the nature of folk psychology and its role in explaining behavior and thought has become central to the philosophy of mind. However, no comprehensive account of the...

Handbook of Moral Behavior and Development: Volume 1: Theory

by William M. Kurtines, Jacob Gewirtz & Jacob L. Lamb

The publication of this unique three-volume set represents the culmination of years of work by a large number of scholars, researchers, and professionals in the field of moral development. The literature on...

Beginnings: The Art and Science of Planning Psychotherapy

by Margaret B. Spencer, Geraldine K. Brookins & Walter R. Allen

How does the therapist begin psychotherapy?  How, that is, does she conceptualize the needs of the patient while simultaneously enlisting him or her as an active partner in formulating an individualized working...

Reflections on the Principles of Psychology: William James After A Century

by Michael G. Johnson, Tracy B. Henley & Tracy Henley

This important volume looks back to 1890 and -- 100 years later -- asks some of the same questions William James was asking in his Principles of Psychology. In so doing, it reviews our progress toward their...

Cognitive Ethology: Essays in Honor of Donald R. Griffin

by Peter Marler & Carolyn A. Ristau

This collection of essays was written by former students, associates, admirers, critics and friends of Donald R. Griffin -- the creator of cognitive ethology. Stimulated by his work, this volume presents ideas...

The Neuropsychology of Degenerative Brain Diseases

by Robert G. Knight

This volume utilizes various neurological diseases as its organizing principle, focusing specifically on their personal, social, and cognitive consequences. In so doing, it provides neuropsychologists, clinical...

Psychological and Biological Approaches To Emotion

by Nancy L. Stein, Bennett Leventhal & Thomas R. Trabasso

The outgrowth of a University of Chicago conference on the psychological and biological bases of behavior, this unique collection of papers integrates the biological consideration of emotion with current psychological...

Child Health Psychology

by Barbara G. Melamed, Karen A. Matthews & Donald K. Routh

This unique text offers an interdisciplinary collection of the most current articles concerning the scientific study of Child Health Psychology. The subjects of many articles are applicable to pediatrics, family...

Foundations of Intelligent Tutoring Systems

by Martha C. Polson & J. Jeffrey Richardson

This collection of essays -- each of which treats an integral aspect of the field -- defines several key concepts and their interrelationships, outlines basic research issues, and discusses near-term applications...

The Cerebral Computer: An Introduction To the Computational Structure of the Human Brain

by Robert J. Baron

Viewing the human brain as "the most complex and powerful computer known," with a memory capacity and computational power exceeding the largest mainframe systems, Professor Baron sets the groundwork for understanding...

Conceptual Issues in Psychological Medicine

by the late Michael Shepherd

Conceptual Issues in Psychological Medicine is a collection of papers written by the celebrated psychiatrist, Michael Shepherd, who was one of the originators of psychiatric epidemiology in the UK and a leading...

The Psychology of the Transference

by C.G. Jung

An account of Jung's handling of the transference between psychologist and patient in the light of his conception of the archetypes. Based on the symbolic illustrations in a sixteenth century alchemical text....

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle

by C. G. Jung

Introduces Jung's exciting concept of synchronicity - those meaningful coincidences that happen to all of us and which, Jung claimed, transcend time and space.

Being a Character: Psychoanalysis and Self Experience

by Christopher Bollas

Each person invests many of the objects in his life with his or her own unconscious meaning, each person subsequently voyages through an environment that constantly evokes the self's psychic history. Taking...