Sam Parkovnick

Sam Parkovnick
Dawson College · Department of Psychology

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George Herbert Mead’s social psychology went off in two different directions; one explained the social world in terms of language, the other in terms of (individual) biology. This paper addresses the latter approach, in Mead’s early social psychology in terms of instincts and in his later social psychology in terms of fundamental impulses. The appr...
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This paper addresses George Herbert Mead's behaviorism on the basis of Gary A. Cook's George Herbert Mead: The Making of a Social Pragmatist. It links the functionalism of his early social social psychology to the behaviorism of his later social psychology, differentiates his behaviorism from that of John Watson, and points out the influence of Joh...
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This paper looks at the program for social psychology presented by Floyd Allport in his Social Psychology of 1924. It contextualizes Allport's program in terms of intellectual currents of the time and the views of his teachers at Harvard University, specifically the philosopher Ralph Barton Perry and the psychologists Edwin B. Holt and Hugo Münster...
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This paper looks at the program for social psychology presented by Floyd Allport in his Social Psychology of 1924. It contextualizes Allport's program in terms of intellectual currents of the time and the views of his teachers at Harvard University, specifically the philosopher Ralph Barton Perry and the psychologists Edwin B. Holt and Hugo Münster...
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The conceptual framework of psychological social psychology is scientific (in the image of the natural sciences) and includes, but is not limited to, determinism, behaviourism, and individualism. Focusing on research on social influence, this paper demonstrates problems with, and changes occurring in, that conceptual framework while setting the res...