Psychology's territories : historical and contemporary perspectives from different disciplines /

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Corporate Author: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Other Authors: Ash, Mitchell G., Sturm, Thomas 1967-
Format: Book
Published: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2007
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Psychological thought and practice : historical and interdisciplinary perspectives / Mitchell G. Ash
  • Psychological concepts in different domains : shared or divided meanings?
  • Attention
  • The "fluctuations of attention" between physiology, experimental psychology and psycho-technical application / Sven Lüders
  • Intention and will
  • Causality, intentionality, and the causation of intentions : the problematic boundary / Jochen Brandtstädter
  • A critique of free will : psychological remarks on a social institution / Wolfgang Prinz
  • Freedom and science! : the presumptuous metaphysics of free will disclaimers / Michael Heidelberger
  • Governing by will : the shaping of the will in self-help manuals / Sabine Maasen
  • The self
  • Scientific selves : discerning subject and experimenter in experimental psychology in the United States, 1900-1935 / Jill Morawski
  • The self : colonization in psychology and society / Kenneth J. Gergen
  • The self between philosophy and psychology : the case of self-deception / Thomas Sturm
  • Roles of instruments in psychological research
  • Instruments as organizers of research practices
  • What is a psychological instrument? / Horst Gundlach
  • Asking questions : measurement in the social sciences / Fritz Strack and Norbert Schwarz
  • Instruments at disciplinary frontiers : psychology and the neurosciences
  • Can the psyche be visualized by the neurosciences? / Gerhard Roth, Thomas F. Münte and Hans-Jochen Heinze
  • Brain imaging methods and the study of cognitive processes : potentials and limits / Rainer M. Bösel
  • Mind reading, brain mirror, neuroimaging : insight into the brain or the mind? / Michael I. Hagner
  • Instruments as metaphors for psychological objects
  • Tools=theories=data? on some circular dynamics in cognitive science / Gerd Gigerenzer and Thomas Sturm
  • Reflexivity revisited: changing psychology's frame of reference / James H. Capshew