Psychology and Social Practice
by John Dewey
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press 1901
Number of pages: 43
In coming before you I had hoped to deal with the problem of the relation of psychology to the social sciences -- and through them to social practice, to life itself. Naturally, in anticipation, I had conceived a systematic exposition of fundamental principles covering the whole ground, and giving every factor its due rating and position.
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by John Dewey - D. C. Heath & Co.
A classic book about thinking. Dewey studies thought from the psychological and philosophical points of view and derives practical ideas for education. Useful book whether you are a student, teacher, or just interested in the world around you.
by Matthijs J. Koornstra - Leiden University Press
The book contains a unifying theory on how the common object space is metrically transformed by individuals with different transformation parameters, due to their other previous experiences, to individually different psychological spaces ...
by John Dewey - Henry Holt & Co.
Influential work by the great educator/philosopher maintains that the key to social psychology lies in an understanding of the many varieties of habit; individual mental activity is guided by subordinate factors of impulse and intelligence.
by Robert Gregson - ANU Press
This book is a series of case studies with a common theme. A core idea is that both the human organism and the data analysis procedures used are filters, that may variously preserve, transform, distort or even destroy information of significance.