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Suggests that G. W. Albee's implication that psychotherapists are "anti-intellectual" caused Albee to miss the opportunity to examine the role of psychology in confronting changing social norms.
Discusses problems that relate to the differences between research and application and presents a systems approach to solving problems in the social area––that is, social technology. In the systems approach, solutions are generated by combining findings from widely different specializations...
Presents a list of Bylaws amendments voted to be submitted to the membership for approval at the August 1977 meeting of the American Psychological Association Council of Representatives.
Argues that S. Litt's (1977) choice of the work of W. Reich (1942) as a starting point for a discussion of the need for tolerance in psychology was inappropriate, since Reich and his followers came to represent the antithesis of openness to communication.
Discloses the author's personal reactions to social situations in which he makes new acquaintances. Reactions of the author's various acquaintances to his profession of psychologist are presented. (0 ref)
Discusses the development of the International Issue of the journal The author applauds the robust pluralism and diversity represented by psychology and psychologists, built from a common knowledge base and common concern for human behavior. The present set of articles, for example, include...
Responds to 3 issues in G. W. Albee's paper on hedonism in society: the relation between protestantism and economic development, the downfall of the Protestant ethic due to hedonistic consumers, and the rise of capitalism and the repression of sex.
Comments on R. W. Sperry's attempt to bridge science and values, arguing that scientifically acknowledging and studying values does not make them less subjective and does not mean that "what is" is "what ought to be."
When the idea for a special issue of the was discussed among members of the International Affairs Committee of the Association, the major hope of the members was to obtain contributions that would provide the Association with fresh perspectives on psychology, basic and applied. The guest editor...
Comments on the original article by R. C. Atkinson , which discusses psychology's progress during the last quarter century and its potential for significant scientific advances in the future. In the interests of balanced discussion, this letter brings attention to a lesser known award-the Golden...
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