Chaos Theory in Psychology (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
400
Utgivningsdatum
1995-04-01
Förlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Illustrationer
bibliography, index
Dimensioner
235 x 156 x 20 mm
Vikt
580 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISSN
0736-2714
ISBN
9780275951405
Chaos Theory in Psychology (häftad)

Chaos Theory in Psychology

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This collection of essays shows how chaos concepts have motivated theory, research, and applications in many areas of psychology, from neurophysiology to social psychology. While it includes chaos theory, fractals, and neural nets, its central theme is how dynamical modeling in psychology may provide for a proper balance of unification and diversity throughout the field. The volume provides not so much the technical details of the field, but rather examples of both research and professional applications of the many directions that innovations using this unifying approach can take. It is written at a level accessible to the lay reader, but sufficiently sophisticated to enlighten graduate and upper-level undergraduate students, as well as professionals seeking to employ this approach in psychology.
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FREDERICK DAVID ABRAHAM has held academic positions at the University of California-Los Angeles, San Diego, and Irvine, and the University of Vermont. He has written extensively on the applications of dynamical systems theory to brain and behavior. He is co-author of A Visual Introduction to Dynamical Systems Theory for Psychology (1990). ALBERT R. GILGEN is Professor of Psychology at the University of Northern Iowa. Among his earlier publications are American Psychology Since World War II and International Handbook of Psychology (Greenwood Press, 1982 and 1987 respectively).

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Prefatory Comments by Albert R. Gilgen Leibniz Correspondence by Gottfried Wilhelm Freiherr von Leibniz and Frederick David Abraham Basic Orientations and Concepts Chaos and Deep Ecology by Sally J. Goerner The Kiss of Chaos and the Sleeping Beauty of Psychology by Walter J. Freeman Introduction to Dynamics: A Basic Language; A Basic Metamodeling Strategy by Frederick David Abraham Dynamical Analysis of Behavior Stability and Variability: The Geometry of Children's Novel-Word Interpretations by Linda B. Smith In Search of Chaos in Schedule-Induced Polydipsia by Brian R. Metcalf and Joseph D. Allen Group Therapy as a Nonlinear Dynamical System: Analysis of Therapeutic Communication for Chaotic Patterns by Gary M. Burlingame, Addie Fuhriman, and Karl R. Barnum Psychocardiological Portraits: A Clinical Application of Process Theory by Hector C. Sabelli, Linnea Carlson-Sabelli, Minu K. Patel, Joseph P. Zbilut, Joseph V. Messer, and Karen Walthall Dynamical Analysis of Cognition Psychology, Chaos, and the Process Nature of Consciousness by Allan Combs A Search for Bifurcations in the Psychological Domain by Albert R. Gilgen Fractal Geometry and Human Understanding by Thomas A. Gentry Erodynamics and the Dischaotic Personality by Ralph H. Abraham Evolutionary Dynamics in Minds and Immune Systems by Ben Goertzel Freedom in Chaos Theory: A Case for Choice in a Universe without a Bottom Line by Frank Mosca Neural Nets Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks by Paul S. Prueitt, Daniel S. Levine, Samuel J. Leven, Warren W. Tryon, and Frederick David Abraham Of Mice and Networks: Connectionist Dynamics of Intention versus Action by Daniel S. Levine and Samuel J. Leven Parts and Wholes: Connectionist Dynamics of Economic Behavior in Context by Samuel J. Leven and Daniel S. Levine System Needs, Chaos, and Choice in Machine Intelligence by Paul S. Prueitt Synthesizing Psychological Schisms through Connectionism by Warren W. Tryon Applications to Social Progress Chaos, Organizational Theory, and Organizational Development by Stephen J. Guastello, Kevin J. Dooley, and Jeffrey A. Goldstein Chaos in the Triadic Theory of Psychological Competence in the Academic Setting by Carlos Antonio Torre Feminist Psychology: Prototype of the Dynamical Revolution in Psychology by Patricia L. Murphy and Frederick David Abraham Epilogue Commentary by Karl H. Pribram A Postscript on Language, Modeling, and Metaphor by Frederick David Abraham Select Bibliography Name Index Subject Index