Structure and direction in thinking [by] D.E. Berlyne.


New York, Wiley [1965] .

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Subjects Denken.
Pensée.
Psychologie.
Raisonnement.
Theorieën.
Thought and thinking.
Verhaltenspsychologie.
Description xi, 378 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-365).
Contents 1. Introduction: a neoassociationist approach -- 2. Information and adaptation -- 3. Stimulus equivalences -- 4. Response equivalences and habit-family hierarchies -- 5. Situational thoughts and transformational thoughts -- 6. Components of transformational chains: imagery and language -- 7. Stimulus-response equivalences and tree structures -- 8. Group structures and equilibrium -- 9. The motivation of directed thinking: conceptual conflict -- 10. The initiation of directed thinking -- 11. The dynamics of directed thinking -- 12. Productive thinking.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)225318
(OCoLC)ocm00225318
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WorldCat Identities Berlyne, D. E.
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