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ERIC Number: ED058695
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Feb
Pages: 786
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Annual Review of Psychology: Volume 23, 1972.
Mussen, Paul H., Ed.; Rosenzweig, Mark R., Ed.
Nineteen papers reviewed the major works published during the most recent four years in the field of psychology. Most of the publications reviewed were American, but due to the stated concern with international coverage, the volume began a series of chapters on psychological research in other countries. Topics reviewed were developmental psychology including infant behavior, environmental and hereditary influences, and intellectual development; derived motives, which covered different kinds of cues; neurophysiology of learning, focusing on neural correlates of learning and biological models of learning; thought processes; individual decision making and behavior; abilities of intelligence, creativity, and learning; individual differences and psychology of learning; social research in ethology; audition; color vision; personality; sensory processing, motor development, and cerebral hemisphere function; effects of chemical and physical treatments on learning and memory; attitudes and opinions; personnel selection; projective methodologies; psychotherapeutic processes; aesthetics and art; and psychology in Japan. The author index and subject index are followed by a cumulative index for both contributing authors and chapter titles for volumes 19 to 23. (CB)
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