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  1. Personality

    The Psychometric View

    By Paul Kline

    Although the psychometric view of personality is well established, it is little dealt with in most textbooks. Personality: the Psychometric View describes clearly the methods and findings of the psychometric testing of personality. Leading author Paul Kline discusses the theory of personality...

    Published June 24th 1993 by Routledge

  2. Principles Of Cognitive Psychology

    By Michael W. Eysenck

    First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published June 23rd 1993 by Psychology Press

  3. Principles Of Social Psychology

    By Nicky Hayes

    This is designed to be a clear and readable introduction to social psychology for A-level students, for those studying psychology as a supplement to other applied courses, and for those requiring an overview of the major concerns and issues in this subject.; The book aims to integrate the...

    Published June 23rd 1993 by Psychology Press

  4. Applied Analysis of Variance in Behavioral Science

    Edited by Lynne Edwards

    Series: Statistics: A Series of Textbooks and Monographs

    A reference devoted to the discussion of analysis of variance (ANOVA) techniques. It presents ANOVA as a research design, a collection of statistical models, an analysis model, and an arithmetic summary of data. Discussion focuses primarily on univariate data, but multivariate generalizations are to...

    Published June 16th 1993 by Chapman and Hall/CRC

  5. Children's Drawings of the Human Figure

    By Maureen V. Cox

    Series: Essays in Developmental Psychology

    The human figure is one of the earliest topics drawn by the young child and remains popular throughout childhood and into adolescence. When it first emerges, however, the human figure in the child's drawing is very bizarre: it appears to have no torso and its arms, if indeed it has any, are...

    Published June 15th 1993 by Psychology Press

  6. Human Reasoning

    The Psychology Of Deduction

    By Ruth M.J. Byrne, Jonathan St.B.T. Evans, Stephen E. Newstead

    Deductive reasoning is widely regarded as an activity central to human intelligence, and as such has attracted an increasing amount of psychological study in recent years. In this first major survey of the field for over a decade, the authors provide a detailed and balanced review of all the main...

    Published June 9th 1993 by Psychology Press

  7. Integrating Research on the Graphical Representation of Functions

    Edited by Thomas A. Romberg, Elizabeth Fennema, Thomas P. Carpenter

    Series: Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning Series

    This volume focuses on the important mathematical idea of functions that, with the technology of computers and calculators, can be dynamically represented in ways that have not been possible previously. The book's editors contend that as result of recent technological developments combined with the...

    Published June 1st 1993 by Routledge

  8. Computers As Cognitive Tools

    Edited by Susanne P. Lajoie, Sharon J. Derry

    Series: Technology and Education Series

    Highlighting and illustrating several important and interesting theoretical trends that have emerged in the continuing development of instructional technology, this book's organizational framework is based on the notion of two opposing camps. One evolves out of the intelligent tutoring movement,...

    Published June 1st 1993 by Routledge

  9. Affective Self-Esteem

    Lesson Plans For Affective Education

    By Katherine Krefft

    First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published June 1st 1993 by Routledge

  10. The Mental Representation of Trait and Autobiographical Knowledge About the Self

    Advances in Social Cognition, Volume V

    Edited by Thomas K. Srull, Robert S. Wyer, Jr.

    Series: Advances in Social Cognition Series

    If there is one topic on which we all are experts, it is ourselves. Psychologists depend upon this expertise, as asking people questions about themselves is an important means by which they gather the data that provide much of the evidence for psychological theory. Personal recollections play an...

    Published June 1st 1993 by Psychology Press