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It is the thesis of this paper that the principles involved in processes of organization in the perceptual field can be applied profitably to the perception of other persons and their behavior and "that one of the features of the organization of the social field is the attribution of a change to...
The author examines some of the seemingly contradictory facts related to interruption of behavior and discusses experimental and theoretical devices for co-ordinating them. To better the situation, it is suggested that more attention be given to the cognitive changes involved, since treatment in...
Sears and Hovland's hypothesis, i.e., "the probability of blockage as a reaction to conflict increases with the approach of the strengths of the conflicting responses to equality," appears to be significant for the understanding of conflict situations (see ^W15:^n 2569). Examination of the...
Hull's treatment of quantitative variation of incentive and performance is subjected to criticism and amplification in the light of results obtained in a recent series of experiments by the writer. There are many shortcomings in the investigations from which Hull cites data for his arguments....
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