Science, psychology, and communication: essays honoring William Stephenson. Edited by Steven R. Brown and Donald J. Brenner.
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Brenner, Donald J.,
Brown, Steven R. 1939-
Stephenson, William, 1902-1989.
Communication -- Social aspects.
Science -- Methodology.
Foresight books in psychology.
xxviii, 464 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Introduction: William Stephenson, by O.L. Zangwill, L. Kohlberg, and D.J. Brenner. -- Q methodology in behavioral research, by F.N. Kerlinger. -- The reciprocity principle, by C. Burt. -- A fundamental incommensurability between objectivity and subjectivity, by S.R. Brown. -- Scientific inference: the myth and the reality, by W.W. Rozeboom. -- Differential judgments by social workers: a Q-technique research in families of schizophrenic children, by S.J. Beck. -- Self concept change in psychotherapy, by J.M. Butler. -- The Q method and the intrapersonal world, by R.D. Cartwright. -- Research on quasi-therapeutic relations in small task groups, by F.E. Fiedler. -- Ipsative profiles on an Indian elite, by B.B. Khare. -- A human tropism, by J.C. Nunnally. -- Dimensions in life space: factor analytic case studies, by D.F. Ricks. -- A research program in client-centered therapy, by C.R. Rogers. -- Communication strategy, editing games, and Q, by M.S. MacLean, Jr. -- Dynamics of public opinion on the Vietnam war, by D.J. Brenner. -- The immediate experience of television advertising, by M.J. Schlinger. -- Consumer behavior within a subjective framework, by D.H. Sunoo. -- Contributions of William Stephenson: a bibliography (pages 435-440).
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