The social psychology of psychological research. Editor: Arthur G. Miller.


New York, Free Press [1971] .

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Subjects Psychology -- Research.
Psychology, Social.
Psychology.
Research.
Social interaction.
Description ix, 454 pages illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
©1972
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Dissenting views on research with human subjects: A humanistic revolution in psychology, by S.M. Jourard. Experimenter-subject dialogue: a paradigm for a humanistic science of psychology, by S.M. Jourard. The human subject in psychological research, by D.P. Schultz. Experimental social psychology: some sober questions about some frivolous values, by K. Ring. Some impending reorientations in social psychology: some thoughts provoked by Kenneth Ring, by W.J. McGuire.--A case study: Milgram's research on obedience: Some conditions of obedience and disobedience to authority, by S. Milgram. Some thoughts on ethics of research: after reading Milgram's "Behavioral study of obedience," by D. Baumrind. Issues in the study of obedience: a reply to Baumrind, by S. Milgram. On the ecological validity of laboratory deceptions, by M.T. Orne and C.H. Holland.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)219920
(OCoLC)ocm00219920
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WorldCat Identities Miller, Arthur G., 1940-
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