Hammond, Kenneth R.

The Essential Brunswik : Beginnings, Explications, Applications

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Part I. Beginnings: The Grand Ideas Introduced
1. The organism and the causal texture of the environment, Edward C. Tolman and Egon Brunswik
2. Psychology as a science of objective relations, Egon Brunswik
3. Organismic achievement and environment probability, Egon Brunswik
4. Distal focussing of perception: Size constancy in a representative sample of situations, Egon Brunswik
5. Points of view: Components of psychological theorizing, Egon Brunswik
6. Remarks on functionalism in perception, Egon Brunswik
7. Representative design and probabilistic theory in a functional psychology and
In defense of probabilistic functionalism: A reply Egon Brunswik
Part II. Explications: Iconoclasm at Work
A. Demonstrations of a new methodology: Representative design
8. Probability learning of perceptual cues in the establishment of a weight illusion, Egon Brunswik and Hans Herma
9. Thing constancy as measured by correlation coefficients, Egon Brunswik
10. Probability as a determiner of rat behavior, Egon Brunswik
11. Ecological cue-validity of "proximity" and of other Gestalt factors, Egon Brunswik and Joe Kamiya
B. Demonstrations of a comprehensive theory
12. Conceptual Framework of Psychology: Then and Now, Ray W. Cooksey
13. Survival in a world of probable objects, James J. Gibson
C. Final thoughts
14. "Ratiomorphic" models of perception and thinking, Egon Brunswik
15. Perception and the representative design of psychological experiments, Egon Brunswik
16. Ontogenetic and other developmental parallels to the history of science, Egon Brunswik
17. Historical and thematic relations of psychology to other sciences, Egon Brunswik
18. Scope and aspects of the cognitive problem, Egon Brunswik
Part III. Applications
A. Theoretical and methodological contributions to psychology
19. The Contribution of Representative Design to Calibration Research, Michael E. Doherty, Gregory L. Brake, and Gernot D. Kleiter
20. Assessing Self-Insight via Policy Capturing and Cognitive Feedback, Michael E. Doherty and Barbara A. Reilly
21. Judgment analysis, R. James Holzworth
22. Brunswik's Theoretical and Methodological Contributions to Research in Interpersonal Perception, Linda Albright and Thomas E. Malloy
23. Hierarchical Linear Models for the Nomothetic Aggregation of Idiographic Descriptions of Judgment, Stephen G. Schilling and James H. Hogge
24. Vicarious Functioning Reconsidered: A Fast and Frugal Lens Model, Gerd Gigerenzer and Elke M. Kurz
25. Multiple Cue Probability Learning, R. James Holzworth
26. Brunswik and Moral Psychology, Bo Earle
27. The Lens Model Equation, Thomas R. Stewart
B. Overviews of applications to substantive problems
28. The Realistic Accuracy Model and Brunswik's Approach to Social Judgment, David Funder
29. Application of the Lens Model to the Evaluation of Professional Performance, James H. Hogge
30. Brunswik and Medical Science, Robert S. Wigton
31. The perception and judgment of rapport, John Gillis and Frank Bernieri
32. The Relationship between Strategy and Achievement as the Basic Unit of Group Functioning, John Rohrbaugh
33. Brunswikian Research on Social Perception, Interpersonal Learning and Conflict, and Negotiation, Jeryl L. Mumpower
34. Understanding the Effects of Psychiatric Drugs on Social Judgment, John Gillis
35. Human Factors, Alex Kirlik
36. Representative Design: Cognitive Science from a Brunswikian Perspective, Peter Juslin
C. Examples of current Brunswikian research and application
37. Assessing the Reliability of Judgments, James H. Hogge and Stephen G. Schilling
38. Vicarious Functioning in Teams, Leonard Adelman, DeVere Henderson, and Sheryl Miller
39. Probabilistic Functioning and Cognitive Aging, Gerard Chasseigne and Etienne Mullet
40. A Brunswikian Approach to Emotional Communication in Music Performance, Patrik N. Juslin
41. An Application of the Lens Model to Guidance and Counseling of Adolescents, Maria Teresa Munoz Sastre and Ludovic Duponchelle
42. How Probabilistic Functionalism Advances Evolutionary Psychology, Kenneth R. Hammond
43. Brunswik and Quality of Life: A Brief Note, C. R. B. Joyce
Part IV. Brunswik the man and his ideas
44. Ideas in exile: The Struggles of an Upright Man, Gerd Gigerenzer
45. Egon Brunswik Before and After Emigration: A Study in the History of Science, Mitchell G. Ash
46. Expansion of Egon Brunswik's Psychology, 1955-1995, Kenneth R. Hammond
47. Notes from Berkeley, 1938; 1945-48, Kenneth R. Hammond
48. Notes from a student in Vienna, Ruth Bussey
Complete, annotated list of Brunswik's published papers

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