Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1973 ePub download
by JAMES & R DIENSTBIER COLE
- ISBN: 0803256213
- ISBN13: 978-0803256217
- ePub: 1947 kb | FB2: 1302 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Lincoln Univ of Nebraska (1973)
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Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. University of Rochester. Richard A. Dienstbier. University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Cognitive Growth Cycles in Mental Development. Langdon E. Longestreth. University of Southern California. A Cognitive Interpretation of Secondary Reinforcement. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Behavior Analysis of Motivational and Emotional Interactions in a Programmed Environment.
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Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1974: 22 Paperback – 1 Sep 1975.
The Nebraska Symposium on Motivation is supported largely by funds donated in memory of Professor Harry K. Wolfe to the University of Nebraska Foundation by the late Professor Cora L. Friedline. We are grateful to the late Professor Friedline for this bequest and to the University of Nebraska Foundation for continued financial support for the symposium. Finally, we thank Matthew Palmatier and the Labbies in the Behavioral Neuropharmacology Laboratory at UNL for all their help. Benjamin, L. & Jones, M. R. (1979). From motivational theory to social cognitive development: Twenty-five years of the Nebraska Symposium.
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Richard A. This 38th session of the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation coincided with the 100th anniversary of the teaching of psychology at the University of Nebraska (1889) and with the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Department of Psychology (1939)
Perspectives on motivation (pp. 237-288). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Retrieved from Citation in text: (Dutton, 2006) Limited-circulation book or monograph: Retrieved from a database (p. 204 Johnson, S. (2008)
Perspectives on motivation (pp. Citation in text: (Deci & Ryan, 1991) v If the publisher is a university and the name of the state or province is included in the name of the university, do not repeat the name in the publisher location (p. 187) Multi-volume work (p. 204 Koch, S. (E. (2008). Medically unexplained illness: Gender and biopsychosocial implications. Retrieved from PsycBOOKS database.
In this 44th volume of the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, a group of leading scholars in. .
In this 44th volume of the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, a group of leading scholars in a broad range of fields make up for that scholarly negligence, giving explicit and systematic attention to the subject. Joan McCord opens the volume by considering fundamental questions about relationships between motivation, explanation, blame, and free will, thereby developing a base from which she poses a theory of motivation for crime. James Tedeschi examines juvenile delinquency from the perspective of his social interactionist theory of violence; this theory, based on the social psychology of interdependence, construes violence as a coercive attempt at social influence.
Home Browse Books Book details, Psychology and Aging: Nebraska Symposium o.The prestigious group of scholars assembled for this thirty-ninth volume of the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation address important issues in "Psychology and Aging.Psychology and Aging: Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1991. By James E. Birren, Martha Storandt, I. M. Hulicka. In the first chapter, James E. Birren and Laurel M. Fisher consider slowness of behavior as a general condition often associated with advancing age and explore its implications of a wide range of hierarchical functions.