Revisiting Wertheimer's Seminars, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Bucknell University Press, Jan 1, 1978 - Social psychology - 1040 pages
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There two volumes reconstruct the interdisciplinary seminars conducted by Max Wertheimer at the New School for Social Research during the years 1936 to 1942.
  

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Contents

The Place of Value in Science
19
Economics and Value
31
Social Norms and Laws
43
Philosophical Speculations about Value
66
Absolute versus Relative Ethics
75
Experimental Outgrowths on Value
89
Other Discussions on Value and Evaluation
112
Motives Needs and Values
117
Imitation
262
More on Imitation and Social Learning
266
Propaganda
277
Experimental Outgrowths Social Influences
286
Experimental Outgrowths Social Learning
332
Experimental Outgrowths Imitation
361
Confidence Trust Domination and Social Influence
412
Power
433

Justice
123
From the Seminar on Value
133
Relativism and Values
141
Telling the Truth
148
Hartshorne and May Studies
157
Discipline
164
Piagets Thesis
169
Experimental Outgrowths
182
Evaluation
218
More on the SherifType Experiment
231
Lorges Experiment
235
Prestige
243
Later Remarks on Prestige
250
Concept of Power in a NonWestern Culture
442
NonDoing and Passive Resistance
451
Examples of Social Conflict
454
Power Domination
462
More about the We
468
Karen Horney Power Drive
472
Nobility of Venice The Exercise of Power
477
Hero Worship
494
Closing Remarks of the Seminar on Power
501
Bibliography
507
Name Index
513
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