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The Psychology of Power
The Metamorphic Effects of Power
Technology and Control
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19th century ability argue asked attempts to influence attitudes attributed autonomy B.F. Skinner balance of power behavior technology believe bosses cause changes chapter choice cognitive cognitive restructuring cognitive-behavior colonists colonized compliance control of power controllers of technology cure dependence described diagnose ethical evaluations exercising influence explanation favor findings frequently goal human increase Indian individual industrial influence tactics influencing agent instance involved Kipnis labor leaders leadership less powerful Macbeth managers means medicine metamorphic effects metamorphic model military motivation natives nonroutinized organizational patients performance Perhaps physi physicians political powerholder practitioners problems psychodynamic psychological psychologists psychotherapy reason reduced Reginald Savory reported result seen skills Social Psychology social relations society strategies strong tactics studies subordinates suggests superior supervisors tactics of influence Tahiti Tahitians target person Tasmanian aboriginal techniques therapeutic therapists therapy tion transformed values weak tactics weapons workers