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As each chapter was completed, it was most often published as a separate article
. Chapters 1, 15, 16, 17, and 18 are exceptions, never having appeared in print
before. Thus, although each filled a niche in a planned and prearranged system,
The article upon which Chapter 2 is based, "Problem-centering vs. means-
centering in science," Philosophy of Science, 1946, 13, 326-331, is reprinted with
minor changes by permission of the editors and publishers of this journal. The
Chapter 9 incorporates much of two articles, "Frustration, threat and deprivation,"
Psychological Review, 1941, 48, 364-366, and "Conflict, frustration and threat,"
Journal of abnormal and social Psychology, 1943, 38, 81-86. Large portions of ...
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Elements of a Psychological Approach to Science
Problem Centering vs Means Centering in Science
HolisticDynamic Theory in the Study of Personality
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