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Reviews the book, by Thérèse Gouin Décarie in collaboration with Jacques Goulet, Sandra Rafman, Martine Darquenne Brossard and Ruth Shaffran.
Reviews the book, by Thomas J. Ryan (1972). The primary purpose of the author of this book appears to be to persuade the Canadian government to establish a Canadian equivalent to the Head Start Project which was launched by the government of the United States in 1964. The principal thesis...
Reviews the book, by Stéphane Ehrlich (1972). Ehrlich has chosen the range of apprehension as the point of departure and central focus of this work. The author's main theme follows the basic ideas proposed by Miller in his famous "Magical number 7" paper, as well as by Fraisse in his much...
Reviews the book, by Ethyl Roskies (1972). For three years following 1960, doctors, psychologists and social workers became greatly exercised over the tragic results of the use of the thalidomide drug by pregnant women. is a retrospective, descriptive study of the mother's perception of the...
Annual reports for 1973 of the Canadian Psychological Association are provided. Various committee, federation, finance, budget, and publication reports are included.
Reviews the book, edited by J. W. Berry and G. J. S. Wilde (1972). The title of this book is likely to evoke a positive or a negative response from the reader depending on how he feels about the need for more Canadian content. Berry and Wilde are not out to prove that Canadian psychologists are...
A review of ethnic stereotypes reveals that there have been very few attempts to integrate stereotypes into the mainstream of psychological theory. Research has been for the most part limited to descriptive studies concerning the traits various ethnic groups have of others. The present writers...
Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting are provided. The meeting was held on June 8, 1973.
A critical discussion of Skinner's rejection of hypothetico-deductive methods, which he considers as inadequate, and of psychophysical explanations, interesting in his view, but only as a parallel to the study of behavior.
Reviews the book, edited by J. W. Berry and G. J. S. Wilde (1972). In , Berry and Wilde tie their selections from journals and books to the themes of Canadian identity, dualism, and pluralism. National social psychology could turn out to be the most effective way yet conceived for individual...
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