History of Psychology Globalization, Ideas, and Applications

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Edition: 2006
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List price: $200.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 7/11/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 528
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.068
Language: English

Suitable for advanced undergraduate History of Psychology courses, this text integrates materials from religion (Judaism, Christianity, and Muslim as well as Buddhism and Confucianism), philosophy, and biology into the historical development of psychology. It also includes a treatment of issues in the local and global society.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Timeline of Philosophy and Psychology in the Context of General History
The Present: Globalization, Psychology, and History
Contemporary Psychology: Global Forces
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Globalization and the Field of Psychology
Coming Together: The Evolution of Globalization
The Three Worlds of Psychology
The Growth of Psychology Around the Globe
Global Psychological Associations
Functions of Internationally
Postmodernism and the Multicultural Movements
Postmodernism
A Reevaluation of Psychology
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Culture and Boundaries
Development Initiatives and the Call for Indigenization
Western Psychology in the Developing World
The Call for Indigenization
Systematic Deterrents to the Development of Psychology in the Developing World
Linking the Social and the Economic
Toward a Global Psychology Paradigm
History of Psychology: A Framework
Summary
Psychology: The American Approach
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Local-Global Dynamics in Psychology in America
American Psychological Association (APA)
Association for Psychological Science (APS)
Three Issues in American Psychology
Credentials
Diversity
Prescription Privileges
Definition and a New Vision for Psychology
Summary
Nature of History and Methods of Study
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
What's Important
Making History
Approaches to the History of Psychology
Methods of Study in Psychology
Spiritualism and Science
Sorcery in Salem
The New History of Psychology
Paradigms and Revolutions
Specialization in Psychology
Psychology Makes a Difference
Summary
Early Philosophical and Biological Foundations of Scientific Psychology
Philosophical Foundations of Psychology
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
The Dawn of Civilization-Four River Valley Civilizations
Early Explanatory Systems-Animism and Spirits
Early Philosophies and Religions
Confucianism and Taoism
Indian Religions: Hinduism and Buddhism
Judaism
Greek Philosophy
Thales
Anaximander and Pythagoras
The Eleatics
Heraclitus, Empedocles, and Democritus
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
Roman Philosophies
Christianity
Islam
Islamic Science and Philosophy
Judaic Philosophers
Scholasticism-Thomas Aquinas and William of Occam
The Renaissance: The Place and the People
Francesco Petrarch
Martin Luther
Niccolo Machiavelli
Renaissance Science
Nicolas Copernicus
Galileo Galilei
Isaac Newton
Francis Bacon
The Modern Period: Rene Descartes
Summary
Biological Foundations of Psychology
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Mind-Body Relationship
Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679)
Spinal Cord Studies
Rene Descartes (1596-1650)
Robert Whytt (1714-1766)
Charles Bell (1774-1842)
Francois Magendie (1783-1855)
Bell-Magendie Law
Johannes Muller (1801-1858)
Neural Impulses
Brain Localization
Marie-Jean Pierre Flourens (1794-1867)
Pierre-Paul Broca (1824-1880)
Electrical Stimulation of the Brain
Phantom Limbs and Causalgia
Phineas Gage (1823-1860)
Neural Units and Processes
The Golgi-Ramon y Cajal Controversy
The Microelectrode
Cats, Pets, and MRI
Split Brains
Matters of the Mind
Decade of the Brain
Minds and Monkeys
Brain Challenges
Affect and Health
Summary
Phrenology, Mesmerism, and Hypnosis
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Mind and Soul
Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677)
Conscious and Unconscious Minds
Phrenology
Franz Joseph Gall (1758-1832)
Phrenology in America
Personality Assessment
Mesmerism
Franz Anton Mesmer (1734-1815)
Marquis de Puysegur (1751-1825)
Hypnosis
The Nancy School of Hypnosis
The Parisian School of Hypnosis
Laboratory Studies of Hypnosis
The State and Non-State Model of Hypnosis
Dissociation Theories of Hypnosis
Hypnotic Phenomena: Age Regression
Hypnosis and Clinical Psychology, Efficacy Studies, and Prevention
Psychoneuroimmunology
Summary
Associationism
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Origins of Human Knowledge
Empiricism
Revelation
Positivism
Associationism
The British Empiricists
John Locke (1632-1704)
George Berkeley (1685-1753)
David Hume (1711-1776)
The British Associationists
David Hartley (1705-1757)
The Family Mills
Alexander Bain (1818-1903)
Counterpoint-Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
Associationism: Later Developments
Hermann Ebbinghaus (1850-1909)
Sensory Conditioning
Selective Deprivation Studies
Repressed Memories
The Seven Sins of Memory
Summary
Schools of Psychology
Voluntarism and Structuralism
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Psychophysical Laws and Consciousness
Weber's Law
Weber-Fechner Law
Stevens' Law
Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920)
Establishment of Psychology as an Independent Science
Voluntarism: The Subject Matter and Method of Study
The Composition of Consciousness
Apperception
Mental Chronometry
Volkerpsychologie or Cultural Psychology
Alternatives to Voluntarism
Franz Brentano (1838-1917) and Act Psychology
Oswald Kulpe (1862-1915) and Imageless Thought
Edward Bradford Titchener (1867-1927) and Structuralism
The Origins of the Psychological Experiment
The Elements of Love
Summary
Functionalism
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Setting the Stage for Functionalism
Charles Darwin: Evolution Is Adaptive and Functional
Darwin and Psychology
The Legacy of Charles Darwin
Sir Francis Galton: To Quantify Is to Know
Galton and Psychology: Individual Differences
Herbert Spencer: Social Darwinism
Forerunners of Functionalism
William James: Psychologist, Philosopher, and Pragmatist
James as a Psychologist
James as a Philosopher
Granville Stanley Hall: Scientific and Professional Psychology
Hall Entering Psychology
Hall as an Established Psychologist
Hall and Scientific/Applied Psychology
The Founding of Functionalism
John Dewey: A Vermonter and Functionalist
Dewey and Education
James Rowland Angell: Popularizing Functionalism
Harvey A. Carr: A Mature Functionalism
Functionalism at Columbia University
James McKeen Cattell: A Quantifiable and Functional Psychology
Edward Lee Thorndike: Animal Behavior and Connectionism
Robert Sessions Woodworth: Author and Educator
The Legacy of Functionalism and Contemporary Issues
Hugo Munsterberg: Popularizing Applied Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Industrial/Applied Psychology
Lightner Witmer: The Beginnings of Clinical Psychology
A Functional Future
Summary
Behaviorism
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Models of Learning
Stimulus-Response (S-R)
Stimulus-Organism-Response (S-O-R)
Response (R)
Mind, Motion, and Mapping: The Beginning
John Broadus Watson (1878-1958)
Emotions, Thinking, and Instinct
Karl Lashley (1890-1958)
Mass Action and Equipotentiality
Pavlovian or Classical Conditioning
Basic Pavlovian Conditioning
Applied Pavlovian Conditioning
Neobehaviorism
Clark Hull (1884-1952)
Methodology and Learning
Hypothetico-Deductive Theory of Behavior
Drive Reduction Theory of Learning
Edward Chace Tolman (1886-1959)
Fundamental Ideas
Theory and Experiments
Orval Hobart Mowrer (1907-1983)
Two-Factor Theory of Learning
Emotional Conditioning
Burrhus Fredric Skinner (1904-1990)
Types of Conditioning
Schedules of Reinforcement
Law of Acquisition
Behavioral Technology
Martin Seligman (1942-)
Learned Helplessness
Learned Optimism
Explanatory Style
Albert Bandura (1925-)
Social Learning
Self-Efficacy
Self-Regulation
Positive Psychology
Summary
Gestalt Psychology
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction: The Figure and the Ground
Laying the Groundwork for Revolution
Max Wertheimer (1880-1943)
Phi Phenomenon
Gestalt Principles of Perceptual Organization
Productive Thinking
Kurt Koffka (1886-1941)
Wolfgang Kohler (1887-1967)
The Mentality of Apes
Coming to America
From Structuralism to Behaviorism
Kurt Lewin (1890-1947)
Field Theory
The Zeigarnik Effect
Lewin in America
The Child Welfare Research Station
Action Research
Expanding Gestalt's Influence
Gestalt Therapy
Gestalt Psychology Today
Summary
Psychoanalysis
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Setting the Stage: Antecedent Influences on Psychoanalysis
The History of Attitudes/Ideas Concerning Psychopathology
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Early Life
The Development of Psychoanalysis
Breuer and the Case of Anna O., Studies on Hysteria
Freud's Seduction Theory
The Interpretation of Dreams
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life
Building a Legacy: Freud and His "Naughty Boys"
Freud in America
Theory of Personality Development
Freud in Exile
The Last Year
Following in Freud's Footsteps
Anna Freud: Child Psychoanalysis
Ernest Jones
Carl Jung (1875-1961)
The Final Break
Psychological Types
Personality Structure
Alfred Adler (1870-1937)
Individual Psychology
Summary
Beyond Psychoanalysis: Continuing Developments in Psychotherapy
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Object Relations Theory
Melanie Klein
W. R. D. Fairbairn
Alternatives to Classical Psychoanalysis and Object Relations
D. W. Winnicott
Heinz Hartmann
Margaret Mahler
Heinz Kohut
Erich Fromm
Fromm's Theory
Erik Erikson
Gordon Allport
Henry Murray
A Third Force in Psychology: Humanistic Psychology
Abraham Maslow
Carl Rogers
Rollo May
Summary
Diversity in Psychology
Women in the History of Psychology
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction: Why Do We Need a Chapter on Women in Psychology?
When Did Women First Contribute to Psychology?
Hildegard von Bingen
Dorothea Lynde Dix (1802-1887)
Breaking the Educational Barrier
Mary Whiton Calkins
The "Myth of Meritocracy"
Margaret Floy Washburn
Christine Ladd-Franklin
Lillien Jane Martin
Out of Academia
Leta Stetter Hollingworth
Maria Montessori
Work and Marriage
Lillian Moller Gilbreth
Anne Anastasi
Gender Difference: Are Female and Male Scientists Created Equal?
Rosser's Stages of Women's Participation in Science
The Psychology of Women
Karen Horney
Re-Defining Gender Difference
Janet Spence
Sandra Bem
Florence Denmark
Women Challenging Bias
Evelyn Hooker
Mamie Phipps Clark
Women in Developmental Psychology
Anna Freud
Mary Cover Jones
Mary D. Salter Ainsworth
Groundbreakers and Newsmakers
Carol Gilligan: In a Different Voice
Elizabeth Loftus: Eyewitness Memory
Summary
Racial Diversity in American Psychology
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Some Factors in the Experience of African Americans in Psychology
The Association of Black Psychologists
Kenneth B. Clark
Francis Cecil Sumner
Dalmas A. Taylor
Norman B. Anderson
Asian-American Contributions to Psychology
The Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA)
Stanley Sue
Richard M. Suinn
Hispanic American Contributions
Martha Bernal
Native Americans and American Psychology
Carolyn Attneave
Current Demographics in American Psychology: The Challenge for the Future
Summary
Psychology in Russia
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
An Overview of Russian History (1860-Present)
The Pre-Revolutionary Period (1860-1917)
The Soviet Period (1917-1991)
The Post-Soviet Period (1991-Present)
Pre-Revolutionary Psychology (1860-1917)
Ivan Michailovich Sechenov
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
Revolution: The Development of Soviet Psychology (1917-1991)
Vladimir Bekhterev
Soviet Repression and Reactology
Georgy Ivanovich Chelpanov
Konstantin Kornilov
Dialectical Materialism, Pedology, and Psychotechnics
Lev Vygotsky
Alexander Luria
Aleksei Nikolayevich Leontiev
The Soviet Union in the 1960s
Post-Soviet Psychology: Picking Up the Pieces after Perestroika
Summary
Psychology in China
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Philosophical Roots of Chinese Psychology
Confucianism
Taoism
The I Ching
East Meets West: Early European Influence
Psychological Testing
The Chinese Medical Model
Psychology in China as an Experimental Science
Foreign Imports
The Impact of Communism
The Cultural Revolution
Chinese Economic Reform
Chinese Psychology Faces Forward: Current Challenges and Opportunities
Summary
Indigenous Psychologies: Latin America, South Africa, and India-Asia
Chapter Overview
Learning Objectives
Introduction
Latin American Psychology
Formal Institutions
Social Problem Solvers
South African Psychology
Formal Institutions
Shifts in Research
Indian-Asian Psychology
Formal Institutions
Shifts in Research
Summary
Epilogue
References
Name Index
Subject Index

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