Social psychology; the bases of behavior called social.


New York, Holt, 1923.

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Subjects Psychology, Social.
Social psychology.
Description x, 336 pages
Notes "References and exercises": pages 313-328.
Contents I. Definition and scope -- II. The sense of social unity -- Social continuity -- Social unity not intellectualistic -- An individualistic conception -- "Social mind" an unnecessary concept -- III. Social motives -- The question of instincts and their role in social life -- Modifiability of instintive behavior -- Functions of instinctive equipment -- Analogy with the complex -- Genesis of motives -- Remorse Self-Appobation -- Conscience -- IV. Intelectual levels & Psychic stability of the population -- proportion of feeble-Mindedness in the general population -- Psychic defecs other than feeble-Mindedness -- The question of acquisition of mental defects -- V. The racial factor -- Intellectual qualities of the negro -- Psychologic traits of the other racial groups -- The scientific attitude -- Conclusion -- VI. Suggestion and suggestibility -- definitions -- Suggestibility as dissocietion -- Suggestibility due to superstitious nature -- Disposition to agree wih the strong -- Race & sex factors in suggestibility -- Suspicion and suggestibility -- Acquired dispostion and suggestibility -- Mass effects -- VII. The crowd and allied phenomena -- Nature of the crowd -- The mob -- Motives of the mob -- The political campaign -- Fashion -- The audience -- Discussion -- Public opinion -- VIII. Convention, costum & morale -- Distinctions -- Spirit of the age -- Nationalism -- Morale in war -- Morale in peace -- IX. Social progress -- Distinctions -- Executive leaders -- True wit & madness -- intellectual leaders -- Statistical studies of men of science -- Superior children -- X. Social adjustment & maladjustments in relation to menta quality -- Intelligence & occupation -- Intelligence & elimination from school -- Psychic instability & social mal-adjustment evidenced in mental disease -- Psychic instability & unrest -- Criminal behevior -- XI. Potentiality for development of civilization -- Questios of decadence vs. improvement -- Factors affecting development.
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(OCoLC)14812583
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