Refiguring Self and Psychology

Refiguring Self and Psychology

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The present volume contains the major papers of one of psychology's most iconoclastic scholars. In a series of controversial and groundbreaking articles and books, Kenneth Gergen has not only offered a radical challenge to psychology's traditional concept of the self, but to its foundation as a science. Where traditional psychology defines the self as the private possession of individuals, operating on the basis of universal principles made manifest through inspection by scientific procedures. The psychologist as a private, rational being, thus accumulates knowledge of the personal world of the other.However, it does seem that if learning without awareness is to be found, it might be advantageous to use methods which do not promote ... group, for in these conditions the instructions should shift the subjecta#39;s focus to one more closely akin to problem solving. ... Self Valuation Triads Test The Self Valuation Triads test (SVT test), derived from a measure used by Dickofi (1961), ... The experiment was introduced to each subject as part of an interviewing project concerned with obtaininganbsp;...

Title:Refiguring Self and Psychology
Author: Kenneth J. Gergen
Publisher:Dartmouth Publishing Company - 1993-01-01

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