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Fri Mar 21 17:11:48 2014 UTClccn-n791083850.59The collected works of L.S. Vygotsky /0.690.79Forensic psychology and psychiatry /41854483n 79108385340316Rieber, R. W.Rieber, R. W. 1932-Rieber, Robert W.Rieber, Robert William 1932-lccn-n79032973New York Academy of Scienceslccn-n83062700Vygotskiĭ, L. S.(Lev Semenovich)1896-1934lccn-n50015280Salzinger, Kurtlccn-n50019417Wundt, Wilhelm Max1832-1920lccn-n87940577Carton, Aaron S.edtlccn-n79108386Aaronson, Dorisedtlccn-n79089077Vetter, Harold J.1926-edtlccn-n50037581Adler, Helmut E.edtlccn-n80001590Bateson, Gregory1904-1980hnrlccn-n50049764Lenneberg, Eric H.hnrRieber, R. W.(Robert W.)HistoryConference proceedingsCatalogsBibliography‡vCatalogsPsychologyUnited StatesPsycholinguisticsForensic psychologyForensic psychiatrySpeech disordersPsychology, ExperimentalWundt, Wilhelm Max,Dissociation (Psychology)Dissociative disordersPersonalityInsanity (Law)Communication--Psychological aspectsThought and thinkingMind and bodySocial valuesPsychopathsAnomyDeviant behaviorPsycholinguistics--ResearchSocial change--Psychological aspectsSocial psychologyDistress (Psychology)AsiaLanguage acquisitionAphasic childrenChildren--LanguageKindersprache und Aphasie (Froeschels, Emil)World politicsHostility (Psychology)War--Psychological aspectsFreud, Sigmund,Magic, EgyptianCabalaPsychoanalysisClinical psychologyScience--PhilosophySubconsciousnessLenneberg, Eric HBateson, Gregory,LinguisticsLanguage disordersCommunicationBookplatesLibrariesPsychiatryConsciousnessPsychology--CongressesSocial sciences19321965196619711975197619771978197919801981198219831984198719881989199019911993199419951997199819992001200320042006200720092010201120122013201414108128442401.9Q11ocn001045105ocn468803958ocn489901515ocn468874284ocn462198299ocn299423135ocn612156324ocn311451956ocn310485351ocn468803971ocn000948792ocn468482705ocn468463834ocn468482729ocn468482652ocn468482687ocn468482761ocn46845889998721ocn006377600book19800.66Psychology, theoretical-historical perspectivesHistoryConference proceedingsThe approach to theory and history adapted by the contributors is to focus on some of the central figures in the development of discipline. Within this approach, the authors offer analyses of 3 major theoretical currents in psychology: psychoanalysis, behaviorism, and the Geneva school. Other chapters focus on psychophysics and on Gestalt, cognitive, and evolutionary psychology. The text covers such influences as G. T. Fechner, G. E. Muller, W. Wundt, F. Galton, James, Darwin, J. M. Baldwin, and Vygotsky and such topics as the Americanization of psychology and psychoanalysis, the relationship between politics and psychology in the US, and the contrasting development of the concept of the self in Western and Eastern psychology, and reprints chapters originally contributed by B. F. Skinner and Jean Piaget. It provides the reader with a broad overview of the development of a continually evolving field, one that has had an influence on the thought and culture of the 20th century. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)+-+897034200688819ocn016682294book19870.59Vygotskiĭ, L. SThe collected works of L.S. Vygotsky+-+04510915856779ocn006331320book19800.63Wilhelm Wundt and the making of a scientific psychologyHistory62120ocn031606614book19940.66Aspects of the history of psychology in America : 1892-1992HistoryConference proceedingsThis volume contains papers presented at a meeting to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the American Psychological Association, which was founded in 1982, and the 175th Anniversary of the New York Academy of Sciences, which was founded in 1817. The papers are primarily historical, discussing historical figures and events in the founding of the APA and early experiments and theories that contributed to the growth of psychology. Other articles discuss the need for students to learn the history of psychology in classrooms, the history of the presidents of the APA, and the history of psychotherapy. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)+-+411311243560310ocn005726729book19800.63Rieber, R. WPsychology of language and thought : essays on the theory and history of psycholinguisticsHistory55414ocn076832636file20060.73Rieber, R. WThe bifurcation of the self the history and theory of dissociation and its disordersHistory"For more than a hundred years, dissociative states, sometimes referred to as multiple personality disorder, have fascinated the public as well as scientists. The precise nature of this disorder is a controversial one, dividing clinicians, theorists, and researchers. Challenging the conventional wisdom on all sides, Robert Rieber s Bifurcation of the Self traces the clinical and social history of dissociation in a provocative examination of this widely debated phenomenon.At the core of this history is a trio of related evolutions hypnosis, concepts of identity, and dissociation beginning with nineteenth-century ""hysterics"" and culminating in the modern boom in Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) diagnoses and the parallel rise in childhood abuse/repressed memory cases. Rieber does not argue the non-existence of DID, rather he asserts that it is a rare disorder exaggerated by dissociation advocates and exploited by the media. In doing so, he takes on some of the most difficult questions in the field:- How crucial is memory to a person s identity?- Can two or more autonomous personalities actually exist in the same body?- If trauma causes dissociation, why aren t there more DID cases?- Why are DID cases prevalent in some eras but not in others?- Does dissociative disorder belong in the DSM?The book is rigorously illustrated with two centuries worth of famous cases including Christine Beauchamp, Ansel Bourne, Eve Black/Eve White, and most notably the woman known as ""Sybil"", whose story is covered in depth with newly revealed manuscripts. And Rieber reviews the current state of DID-related controversy, from the professionals who feel that the condition is underreported to those who consider it a form of malingering, so that readers may draw their own conclusions."+-+386927238553012ocn002493426book19760.70Rieber, R. WThe Neuropsychology of language : essays in honor of Eric Lenneberg51710ocn019670020book19890.70The Individual, communication, and society : essays in memory of Gregory Bateson+-+76921767055085ocn003933285book19780.73The Psychological foundations of criminal justice : historical perspectives on forensic psychology4859ocn008954424book19830.73Dialogues on the psychology of language and thought : conversations with Noam Chomsky, Charles Osgood, Jean Piaget, Ulric Neisser, and Marcel Kinsbourne4638ocn006223459book19800.70Body and mind : past, present, and future44312ocn005447802book19790.76Aaronson, DorisPsycholinguistic research : implications and applications4267ocn036165123book19970.66Rieber, R. WManufacturing social distress : psychopathy in everyday lifeThis bold new book proposes a completely new discipline - "the psychology of malefaction," a frank study of the role of evil in human hehavior that does not explain an act of murder, for example, as simply a symptom of the murderer's psychosis. Having been long successful in explaining psychopathic behavior, the author maintains, psychology has in a sense tended to excuse the destructive acts of the psychopath, or at least has appeared to do so. Rieber reexamines the various phenomena of family violence, violence in films and television, modern war, and serial killers regarding them as wicked, not merely insane. This provocative book rethinks the nagging problem of evil as it manifests itself in our society, rigorously questioning to what degree persons must be responsible for - and held accountable for - their actions+-+51980915854194ocn017413140book19880.70Asian contributions to psychology+-+19707402753244189ocn005726867book19800.73Language development and aphasia in children : new essays, and a translation of "Kindersprache und Aphasie" by Emil Fröschels4166ocn006447030book19800.79Forensic psychology and psychiatryConference proceedings40412ocn768244612file20110.66Rieber, R. WFreud on interpretation the ancient magical Egyptian and Jewish traditionsHistory"In its early days, some saw psychology as a substitute for religion. Others regarded it as a new religion in its own right. What was less obvious to most observers--and far less obvious today--were the roots of Freud's work in the ancient mystical teachings of the Middle East. A unique analysis, Freud on Interpretation examines the inner workings of his thought process and the rich mine of knowledge that led him toward his theories and therapies. In the beliefs of ancient Egypt, with its sexually ambiguous dieties, and ancient Israel, with its Biblical accounts of madness and feigned madness, are found surprising sources of inspiration for such core Freudian concepts as free association, dream interpretation, the psychosexual stages, the libido, and the unconscious. Psychoanalyis here is seen in its early growth stages, fed and nurtured by philosophers, scientists, and fearless mind explorers; and Freud is boldly synthesizing modes of knowledge from an age when science and superstition were rarely separate. This compelling volume: Overviews the pre-Freudian history of psychology in the writings of Herbart, Morel, and Krafft-Ebing; Probes Freud's interest in ancient Egyptian creation myths and the Kabbala, and their influence on his work; Explores the paradoxes inherent in the interpretation of the mind; Offers unique insights into the origins of the Rorschach test; Considers the real meaning behind Freud's self-identification as a determinist; Includes a listing of Freud's library of titles on ancient Egypt; Freud on Interpretation is stimulating reading for clinical psychologists and those interested in the intellectual and professional development of the master psychiatrist."--Publisher's website38210ocn002896069book19770.73Rieber, R. WThe Roots of American psychology : historical influences and implications for the futureHistoryConference proceedings37614ocn001045105book19660.79Rieber, R. WSpeech pathology; an international study of the science3686ocn023382396book19910.73Rieber, R. WThe Psychology of war and peace : the image of the enemy+-+389089158531ocn077493277book20060.73Rieber, R. WThe Robert W. Rieber library of the history of psychology and related sciences : including a projective personality technique for the analysis of bookplates of famous psychologistsHistoryBibliography CatalogsCatalogs+-+0451091585+-+0451091585Fri Mar 21 16:01:04 EDT 2014batch23577