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2 edition of psychology of radio [by] Hadley Cantril and Gordon W. Allport. found in the catalog.

psychology of radio [by] Hadley Cantril and Gordon W. Allport.

Hadley Cantril

psychology of radio [by] Hadley Cantril and Gordon W. Allport.

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Published by Arno in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio broadcasting -- United States,
  • Social psychology

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHistory of broadcasting: Radio to television
    ContributionsAllport, Gordon W. 1897-1967.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE8698 C34 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination276p.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18284969M

    Cantril developed this view into a general theory that is described in The "Why" of Man's Experience ; he later expanded the theory with additions from physiological psychology. Cantril's concern was not limited to American interests, as was illustrated by a book he edited, Tensions That Cause Wars LC Chicago and N. His first publication, Personality Traits: Their Classification and Measurement inwas co-authored with his older brother, Floyd Henry Allportwho became an important social psychologist. Available at the website of the Psychology Department, Harvard University.

    Functional autonomy of motives[ edit ] Allport was one of the first researchers to draw a distinction between Motive and Drive. In the late s, he fashioned an introductory course for the new Social Relations Department into a rigorous and popular undergraduate class. Theoretical 3. After studying Allport for a minute, Freud asked, "And was that little boy you?

    It dealt first with the "mental setting, " or the structure of the radio industry. The greater part of my particular work can be viewed as an attempt to answer such questions through piecemeal and stepwise research and writing" p. He began teaching his course "Personality: Its Psychological and Social Aspects" in ; it was probably the first course in personality psychology ever taught in the U. Central trait - This is a general characteristic found in some degree in every person. He earned a scholarship that allowed him to attend Harvard University, where one of his older brothers, Floyd Henry Allportwas working on his Ph. New York: E.


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Psychology of radio [by] Hadley Cantril and Gordon W. Allport. book

Becoming: Basic Considerations for a Psychology of Personality. He gained a very broad and deep understanding of the currents in German psychological research. Gordon W.

Averell Harriman, then director of the Mutual Security Agency, who secured government support for experimental research in polling abroad. Fifty years of personality psychology.

He argued that the social problems of democratic societies could be profoundly ameliorated by the contributions of psychological science. Psychological Monographs, 47 Whole No. How can one detect unifying threads in a life, if they exist? The drive then becomes autonomous and distinct from the motive, whether the motive was instinct or something else.

The personal document may be defined as any self-revealing record that intentionally or unintentionally yields information regarding the structure, dynamics, and functioning of the author's mental life. When Gordon was six years old, the family had moved many times and finally settling in Ohio; his early education was in the public schools of Cleveland, Ohio.

Over diagrams and figures supplement the photographs and text to give a complete technological history of the medium. Their son, Robert, was born June 29, and later became a pediatrician Nicholson, Allport was a well-regarded teacher, who shaped the thinking of numerous students, including Jerome Bruner and Stanley Milgram.

When he returned to the United States inAllport was appointed to a teaching position at Harvard, where he remained for most of his career. What processes and what structures must a full-bodied account of personality include?

The same year saw publication of The Human Dimension: Experiences in Policy Research, in which Cantril devised projects that exemplified his goals and methods.

He refused to sit down near anyone dirty, despite his mother's reassurances. The present study goes beyond the tradition of the psychology of individual differences; it treats the question of the agreement among individual differences, with special reference to the motor field. Albert Hadley Cantril was an American social psychologist and public-opinion analyst.

Phenotypes are external forces, these relate to the way an individual accepts his surroundings and how others influence their behavior. Nicholson traces the development of Gordon Allport's interest in the study of personality, the role of the brothers' interpersonal exchange and intellectual disagreements over this issue, and the status of "personality" as a field of study in the s.

After graduating from Harvard inhe studied in Germany and traveled in Europe. Pattern and growth in personality. The long-awaited and only available biography of Allport which covers his life to the late s.

Lindzey Eds. Allport first points to the decline in "facultative" treatment of mental functions. New York: Henry Holt. This well-documented work has a five-page bibliography and glossary LC N. These are the basic building blocks that shape most of our behavior although they are not as overwhelming as cardinal traits.Folkscanomy: Psychology and Mind Various.

by Gordon W. Allport. texts. eye favorite 4 comment 0. The Psychology of Radio by Hadley Cantril and Gordon W. Allport Topics: Broadcasting psychology, applied psychology, Radio, psychology, audience psychology. Gordon Willard Allport (November 11, – October 9, ) was an American atlasbowling.comt was one of the first psychologists to focus on the study of the personality, and is often referred to as one of the founding figures of personality psychology.

He contributed to the formation of values scales and rejected both a psychoanalytic approach to personality, which he thought often was Alma mater: Harvard.

Folkscanomy: Psychology and Mind Various. The Psychology of Radio by Hadley Cantril and Gordon W.

Folkscanomy: Psychology and Mind

Allport Topics: Broadcasting psychology, applied psychology, Theories of Personality by Gordon W. Allport Henry A. Murray Edward C. Tolaman Topics: psychology, cognitive psychology. Gordon W. Allport. out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ Next. Editorial Reviews These essays do not pretend to cover all aspects of the concept of Person as it crops up in all varieties of psychology.

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Excerpt from The Psychology of Radio For practical applications of the experimental work, it would be safer to consult Part III which summarizes Our findings for the lay man and for the professional broadcaster Part III also undertakes to apply the experimental resultsAuthor: Hadley Cantril.

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