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eBook A HISTORY OF MODERN PSYCHOLOGY, 6/E ePub
Author: Schultz
Language: English
ISBN: 0155025600
ISBN13: 978-0155025608
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing; 6 edition (October 1, 1995)
Pages: 511
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Subcategory: Dieting
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 159
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A History of Modern Psychology (PSY 310 History and Systems of Psychology).

A History of Modern Psychology (PSY 310 History and Systems of Psychology). A History of Modern Psychology. She and her husband, Duane Schultz, are well regarded as textbook authors.

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A History of Modern Psychology by Duane P. Schultz and Sydney Ellen Schultz. Textbooks, Education & Reference (11).

Authors: Duane Schultz. Overview of the Development of Modern Psychology. The Relevance of the Past for the Present. eBook ISBN: 9781483257945. Imprint: Academic Press. Chapters focus on relevant topics such as the role of history in understanding the diversity and divisiveness of contemporary psychology; the impact of physics on the cognitive revolution and humanistic psychology; the influence of mechanism on Descartes's thinking; and the evolution of the third force, humanistic psychology.

Focusing on modern psychology, the text's coverage begins with the late 19th century. The authors personalize the history of psychology not only by using biographical information on influential theorists, but also by showing how major events in those theorists' lives have affected the authors' own ideas, approaches, and methods.

Modern psychology began with the adoption of experimental methods at the end of the nineteenth century: Wilhelm . In the end Mandler's book stands as an outline of the past, not a history

Modern psychology began with the adoption of experimental methods at the end of the nineteenth century: Wilhelm Wundt established the first formal laboratory in 1879; universities created independent chairs in psychology shortly thereafter; and William James published the landmark work Principles of Psychology in 1890. In the end Mandler's book stands as an outline of the past, not a history.

To Russ Nazzaro who asked the department’s newest assistant professor, one day long ago. Cengage Learning products are represented in Canada by Nelson Education, Ltd. How would you like to teach the history of psychology?

Today, psychology is defined as "the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Philosophical interest in the human mind and behavior dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Persia, Greece, China, and India

Today, psychology is defined as "the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Philosophical interest in the human mind and behavior dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Persia, Greece, China, and India.

School University of Central Florida. Course Title PSY 4604. Chapter 1 The Study of the History of Psychology ESSAY 1. Why is it important for psychology students to study the development of psychology? ANS: Answer not provided. PTS: 1 2. Argue that Psychology's roots began 2000 years ago.

Focusing on modern psychology, the text's coverage begins with the late 19th century. The authors personalize the history of psychology not only by using biographical information on influential theorists, but also by showing how major events in those theorists' lives have affected the authors' own ideas, approaches, and methods.
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The book, like many other college textbooks, are written by authors who source secondary literature. In fact, everything on behaviorism in this text book is not only inaccurate but sourced by press releases and journal articles from before the 1960s!!! The founders and initial authors of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), namely Baer, Wolf, and Risley, in 1987 even wrote, "...the principles of behavior modification are insufficient and often inappropriate for understanding natural setting—their structure, goals, tradition, and intersetting linkages (p. 569)".

As Mahoney, Kazdin, & Lesswing (1974) stated in the Annual Review of Behavior Therapy: Theory and Practice: "Methodological behaviorism is much more characteristic of contemporary behavior modifiers than is radical behaviorism."

Moreover, Mace (1994) also wrote in the Journal of ABA: "Beyond behavior modification: A return to behavior analysis... Before applied behavior analysts had a methodology to identify the conditions maintaining aberrant behavior, the reinforcement histories that gave rise to current behavior-environment interactions were largely ignored. Instead, existing repertoires were altered and new ones established by superimposing reinforcement contingencies, punishment contingencies, or both, onto the current environmental contingencies or unknown processes that maintained aberrant behavior. The approach was generically known as behavior modification..."

Mace & Critchfield (2010) wrote in the Journal of ABA: "We briefly summarize...the foundation for the field of behavior modification... Modification of psychotic, various aggressive, disruptive, and otherwise undesirable behaviors was accomplished through the use of a wide range of differential positive and negative reinforcement procedures used with and without extinction... The basic and applied sectors of behavior analysis were disconnected in the late 1970s and early 1980s (Mace, 1994)... Emergence of a separate field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)...these procedures shifted the focus of ABA research to determining the factors that maintain undesirable behavior and using this information to promote replacement behaviors that serve the same function (e.g., see Pelios, Morren, Tesch, & Axelrod, 1999)."

Also the theory behind operant conditioning is DISCRIMINATIVE (ANTECEDENT) STIMULI (Sd) and consequences (Stimulus control refers to antecedent control in operant conditioning). Methodological Behaviorism was the theory purposed by John B. Watson that only viewed overt activity as behavior (this was also the philosophy behind Behavior Modification). B.F. Skinner developed Radical Behaviorism. Radical Behaviorism (aka Conceptual Analysis of Behavior or CAB) is the conceptual philosophy of Behavior Analysis which states that PRIVATE EVENTS (i.e., thoughts and feelings) are also behavior that is later explained through the animal's or person's overt activity or spoken language.

Finally, see Solcum et al., 2014: "Almost 45 years ago, Baer et al. (1968) described a new discipline—applied behavior analysis (ABA). This discipline was distinguished from the experimental analysis of behavior by its focus on social impact (i.e., solving socially important problems...). ABA has produced remarkably powerful interventions in fields such as education, developmental disabilities and autism, clinical psychology, behavioral medicine, organizational behavior management, [applied animal behavior], and a host of other fields and populations..."

And the OBM Network, the official website for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management's definition of OBM: "Organizational behavior management (OBM) is a sub-discipline of ABA, which is the application of the science of behavior. ABA emphasizes the use of operant and respondent procedures to produce behavior change. Behavior analysis as a science has very explicit goals. Prediction and control of behavior, with an emphasis on control, are the objectives of behavior analysis (Hayes & Brownstein, 1986)."

These authors need to do their research (and source RELIABLE SOURCES and NOT SECONDARY SOURCES, aka press releases). Beats me how this even got published. It's very misleading, unreliable, and outdated.

REFERENCES
[1] Ousseynou diallo. "B F Skinner Learning and Behavior 1959." YouTube. Web. 17 Jun. 2011.

[2] Baer, D.M., Wolf, M.M., and Risley, T.R. "Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 ser: 91-97 (1968). PMC. PubMed Central.

[3] Baer, D.M., Wolf, M.M., and Risley, T.R. "Some still-current dimensions of applied behavior analysis." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 4 ser: 313-327 (1987). PMC. PubMed Central. 12 Sep. 2014.

[4] Mahoney, M.J., Kazdin, A.E., and Lesswing, N.J. (1974). "Behavior Modification: Delusion or Deliverance?" In C.M. Franks & G.T. Wilson (Eds.) Annual Review of Behavior Therapy: Theory and Practice (p. 11-40). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

[5] Pierce, W.D., and W.F. Epling. "What happened to the analysis in applied behavior analysis?" The Behavior Analyst 3.1 (1980): 1-9. Web. 29 Oct. 2015.

[6] Mace, F. Charles. (1994). "The significance and future of functional analysis methodologies." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27(2): 385-392. PMC. PubMed Central.

[7] Walsh, P. (1997). "Bye-bye behaviour modification." In K. Dillenburger, M. F. O'Reilly, and M. Keenan (Eds.) Advances in Behaviour Analysis (pgs. 91-102). Dublin: University College Dublin Press.

[8] Pelios, L., Morren, J., Tesch, D., and Axelrod, S. (1999). "The impact of functional analysis methodology on treatment choice for self-injurious and aggressive behavior." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 32(2): 185-195. PMC. PubMed Central.

[9] Mace, F. Charles, and Critchfield, Thomas S. "Translational research in behavior analysis: Historical traditions and imperative for the future." Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 3rd ser. 93.293-312 (2010). National Institutes of Health. U.S. National Library of Medicine, May 2010.

[9] Catania, A. Charles. "B.F. Skinner's science and human behavior: Its antecedents and its consequences." Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 80.3 (2003): 313–320. PMC. PubMed Central.

[10] Dillenburger, Karola, and Keenan, Mickey. "None of the As in ABA stand for autism: Dispelling the myths." Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. 1st ser: 1-3 (2009). ERIC. Institute of Education Sciences, Jun. 2009.

[11] Leslie, Julien C. "Steps towards the wider use of behavior analysis in applied psychology." European Journal of Behavior Analysis. University of Ulster at Jordanstown, 2000.

[12] Leigland, Sam. "Functions of research in radical behaviorism for the further development of behavior analysis." (2010). The Behavior Analyst, 33(2), 207-222. National Institutes of Health. U.S. National Library of Medicine.

[13] Morris, Edward K. (2009). "A case study in the misrepresentation of applied behavior analysis and autism: The Gernsbacher lectures." The Behavior Analyst, 32(1), 205-240.

[14] "What is OBM?" OBM Network. Organizational Behavior Management Network. Web.

[15] Pierce, W. David, and Carl D. Cheney. "Behavior Analysis and Learning: Fifth Edition." New York: Psychology Press, 2013. Print.

[16] Cooper, John O., Timothy E. Heron, and William L. Heward. "Applied Behavior Analysis: Second Edition." Applied Behavior Analysis. New York: Pearson, 2007. Print.

[17] Mayer, G. Roy, Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, and Michelle Wallace. "Behavior Analysis for Lasting Change, Third Edition." New York: Sloan Educational Publishing, 2013. Print.

[18] Slocum, Timothy A., Detrich, Ronnie, Wilczynski, Susan M., Spencer, Trina D., Lewis, Teri, and Wolf, Katie. "The evidence-based practice of applied behavior analysis." (2014). The Behavior Analyst. 37(1): 41-56.
Steelrunner
Interesting and relevant information on the origins of the psychology field but boring. It discusses the evolution from German philosophy up through the origins of American psychology and up through Freudian theory. IT doesn't go into great depth into each theory. It discusses the historical evolution of the theories. Chpts 1 through 14 cover all of the evolution up through neo-psychoanalytical theory. All the remaining contemporary theories are crammed into the final 15th chapter. Therefore its focus is on functionalism, structuralism, behaviorism, psychoanalytic, and a sprinkling of gestalt. Its like reading a book on anthropology of psychology.
Ger
I loved the layout of this textbook. I haven't ever really enjoyed systematically going through history, ever. However, this is laid out in a way that is easy to read and follow and still very educational and factual. The only problem I'd say is that I remember it went topically and not chronologically which can annoy some people. Great read though!
Jesmi
Excellent
Zainn
Now I am not a book person; however, this book was absolutely fascinating. Great read, great detail. It feels more like reading a great story rather than an academic book.
Blackstalker
This made my history and systems of psychology course so much easier. The text is easy to read and understand.
Jark
I ordered this for school and later realized that I ordered the wrong book. It's cool, because alot of the same information was found and I still ended the class with an A.
Honestly my instructor was so smart and so informative I rarely needed it. When I did use it thought, I found it dense.
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