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Readings in social psychology

Author: Maccoby, Eleanor E. ; Newcomb, Theodore M. ; Hartley, Eugene L.Publisher: Holt, 1958.Language: EnglishDescription: 674 p. ; 22 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Readings in Social Psychology Contents 1. LANGUAGE AND STEREOTYPES Benjamin L. Whorf, , Science and Linguistics ........................................................ 1 Roger W . Brown and Eric H. Lenneberg, Studies in Linguistic Relativity ........... 9 John B. Carroll and Joseph B. Casagrande, The Function of Language Classifications in Behavior 18 William S. V erplanck, The Control of the Content of Conversation: Reinforcement of Statements of Opinion ................................................................. 32 Daniel Katz and Kenneth W. Braly, Verbal Stereotypes and Racial Prejudice .................................................................................................................... 40 2. PERCEPTION, MEMORY, AND MOTIVATION Frederick C. Bartlett, Social Factors in Recall ................................................. 47 Gordon W. Allport and Leo J. Postman, The Basic Psychology of Rumor ...... 54 Claire Zimmerman and Raymond A. Bauer, The Effect of an Audience upon What Is Remembered ............................................................................... 65 Bernard Berelson, Paul Lazarsfeld, and William N. McPhee, Political Perception ................................................................................................................ 72 Jerome S. Bruner, Social Psychology and Perception .......................................... 85 Jerome M. Levine and Gardner Murphy, The Learning and Forgetting of Controversial Material ...................................................................................... 94 3. PERCEPTION OF PERSONS Edward E. Jones and Richard deCharms, Changes in Social Perception as a Function of the Personal Relevance of Behavior ............................................ 102 Renato Tagiuri, Jerome S. Bruner, and Robert R. Blake, On the Relation between Feelings and Perception of Feelings among Members of Small Groups .... 110 John W. Thibaut and Henry W. Riecken, Some Determinants and Consequences of the Perception of Social Causality .................................................................. 117 4. COMMUNICATION AND OPINION CHANGE Arthur A. Lumsdaine and Irving L. Janis, Resistance to " Counterpropaganda " Produced by One-sided and Two-sided " Propaganda " Presentations ................................................................................................................. 131 Carl I. Hovland, The Role of Primacy and Recency in Persuasive Communication 137 Walter Weiss and Bernard J. Fine, The Effect of Induced Aggressiveness on Opinion Change ........................................................................................ 149 Leon Festinger, Henry W. Riecken, and Stanley Schachter, When Prophecy Fails ................................................................................................................. 156 Herbert H. Hyman and Paul B. Sheatsley, Some Reasons Why Information Campaigns Fail ................................................................................................ 164 5. INTERPERSONAL INFLUENCE S. E. Asch, Effects of Group Pressure upon the Modification and Distortion of Judgments ...................................................................................................... 174 Kurt W. Back, Influence through Social Communication .................................... 183 Kurt Lewin, Group Decision and Social Change 197 Edith Bennett Pelz, Some Factors in "Group Decision" .. ................................. 212 Muzafer Sherif, , Group Influences upon the Formation of Norms and Attitudes 219 Lester Coch and John R. P. French, Jr., Overcoming Resistance to Change ............................................................................................................... 233 Ronald Lippitt, Norman Polansky, Fritz Redl, and Sidney Rosen, The Dynamics of Power: A Field Study of Social Influence in Groups of Children .............................................................................................................. 251 6. REFERENCE GROUPS Theodore M. Newcomb, Attitude Development as a Function of Reference Groups ................................................................................................................ 265 W .W W. Charters, Jr., and Theodore M. Newcomb, Some Attitudinal Effects of Experimentally Increased Salience of a Membership Group 276 Dwight W. Chapman and John V olkmann, A Social Determinant of the Level of Aspiration ............................................................................................. 281 7. BEHAVIOR UNDER SITUATIONAL STRESS Hadley Cantril, The Invasion from Mars ............................................................. 291 Bruno Bettelheim, Individual and Mass Behavior in Extreme Situations ............ 300 Edgar H. Schein, The Chinese Indoctrination Program for Prisoners of War: A Study of Attempted "Brainwashing" ........................................................ 311 8. THE SOCIALIZATION OF THE CHILD D. 0. Hebb, The Mammal and his Environment ................................................... Margaret Mead, Adolescence in Primitive and Modern Society . . . ................... Robert R. Sears, Eleanor E. Maccoby, and Harry Levin, The Socialization of Aggression ..................................................................................................... John W. M. Whiting, Richard Kluckhohn, and Albert Anthony, The Function of Male Initiation Ceremonies at Puberty 335 341 350 359 9. SOCIAL STRATIFICATION Allison Davis, Burleigh B. Gardner, and Mary R. Gardner, The Class System of the White Caste ............................................................................... 371 Fred L. Strodtbeck, Rita M. James, and Charles Hawkins, Social Status in Jury Deliberations .............................................................................................. 379 Philip E. Converse, The Shifting Role of Class in Political Attitudes and Behavior ........................................................................................................... 388 Urie Bronfenbrenner, Socialization and Social Class through Time and Space ................................................................................................................ 400 August B. Hollingshead, Factors Associated with Prevalence of Mental Illness ............................................................................................................... 425 10. ROLE AND ROLE CONFLICT Robert F. Bales, Task Roles and Social Roles in Problem-solving Groups 437 Neal Gross, Alexander W. McEachern, and Ward S. Mason, Role Conflict and its Resolution , .......................................................................................... 447 Lewis M. Killian, The Significance of Multiple-group Membership in Disaster .................................................................................................................. 459 Theodore R. Sarbin and Donal S. Jones, An Experimental Analysis of Role Behavior ........................................................................................................... 465 Irving L. Janis and Bert T. King, The Influence of Role Playing on Opinion Change ................................................................................................................ 472 11. LEADERSHIP Helen Hall Jennings, Leadership and Sociometric Choice .............................. 483 E. P. Hollander and Wilse B. Webb, Leadership, Followership, and Friendship: An Analysis of Peer Nominations ........................................................... 489 Ronald Lippitt and Ralph K. White, An Experimental Study of Leadership and Group Life ................................................................................................. 496 William Haythorn, The Effects of Varying Compositions of Authoritarian and Equalitarian Leaders and Followers ......................................................... 511 Ferenc Merei, Group Leadership and Institutionalization ................................. 522 Herbert Menzel and Elihu Katz, Social Relations and Innovation in the Medical Profession: The Epidemiology of a New Drug ................................. 532 12. GROUP STRUCTURE AND PROCESS Harold J. Leavitt, Some Effects of Certain Communication Patterns on Group Performance ........................................................................................... Marjorie E. Shaw, A Comparison of Individuals and Small Groups in the Rational Solution of Complex Problems ......................................................... Alexander Mintz, Nonadaptive Group Behavior ................................................ George C. Homans, Group Factors in Worker Productivity ............................. 13. INTERGROUP TENSION, PREJUDICE Shirley A. Star, Robin M. Williams, Jr., and Samuel A. Stoufer, Negro Infantry Platoons in White Companies ............................................................ 596 Kenneth B. Clark and Mamie P. Clark, Racial Identification and Preference in Negro Children ............................................................................................ 602 Morton Deutsch and Mary Evans Collins, The Effect of Public Policy in Housing Projects upon Interracial Attitudes .................................................... 612 Marian Radke Yarrow, John D. Campbell, and Leon J. Yarrow, Interpersonal Dynamics in Racial Integration ......................................................... 623 Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel J. Levinson, and R. Nevitt Sanford, The Antidemocratic Personality ........................................................................... .. 636 Robin M. Williams, Jr., Religion, Value Orientations, and Intergroup Conflict ............................................................................................................ 647 INDEX ....................................................................................................................... 655 546 564 575 583

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