Experiments in social process; a symposium on social psychology, edited by James Grier Miller.

; Miller, James Grier, editor
1st ed.. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950.

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Other Authors Miller, James Grier,
Subjects Psychology, Social.
Social psychology.
Series McGraw-Hill publications in psychology.
Description ix, 205 pages diagrams 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1950.
Contents Scientific methodology in human relations, by D.G. Marquis. -- The strategy of sociopsychological research, by R. Lippitt. -- Laboratory expierments, the role of group belongingness, by L. Festinger. -- Survey research, psychology economics, by D. Cartwright. -- Survey techniques in the evaluation of morale, by D. Katz. -- Field experiments, changing group productivity, by J.R.P. French, Jr. -- A comparative study of national characteristics, by D.V. McGranham and I. Wayne. -- The implications of learning theory for social psychology, by J.J. Gibson. -- Social psychology and the atomic bomb, a round-table discussion, by members of the symposium and L. Szilard.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)550920
(OCoLC)ocm00550920
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