Contextualism and Understanding in Behavioral Science: Implications for Research and Theory by Chrostopher Germer, Michael D. Lukens, Robert Lana, Jay S. Efran, Roger A. Dixon, Jacqueln Lerner, George Gerbner, Irwin Altman, Marianthi Georgoudi, Thomas O. Blank (Hardback, 1986)
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- DescriptionThis book introduces contextualism, an emerging paradigm that has generated much interest and excitement in psychology, sociology, communications research, and other areas of behavioral science. Unlike behaviorism which tries to predict behavior based on a specific set of variables, contextualism asserts that human beings react and learn in a variety of situations and there is single best kind of behavior. They challenge the man as machine view of behavior.
- Author Biographyorgoudi /f Marianthi /r ed. now /f Ralph /i L. /r ed.
- Author(s)Chrostopher Germer,George Gerbner,Irwin Altman,Jacqueln Lerner,Jay S. Efran,Marianthi Georgoudi,Michael D. Lukens,Robert Lana,Roger A. Dixon,Thomas O. Blank
- Date of Publication16/07/1986
- SubjectPsychology: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationWestport
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPraeger Publishers Inc
- Weight724 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine22 mm
- Format DetailsLaminated cover
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