The Individual Subject and Scientific Psychology

The Individual Subject and Scientific Psychology

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  • Hardback | 408 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 23.88mm | 1,700g
  • Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 1986 ed.
  • XIV, 408 p.
  • 0306422506
  • 9780306422508

Table of contents

Introduction: Where is the Individual Subject in Scientific Psychology?.- Introduction: Where is the Individual Subject in Scientific Psychology?.- Individual-Based Inference Methodology: Past, Present, and the Future.- Psychology as a Science.- From Idiographic Approaches to Nomothetic Hypotheses.- The Production, Detection, and Explanation of Behavioral Patterns.- Group versus Individual-Based Inference in Psychology: Logic and Practice.- Phenomena Lost.- Between Groups and Individuals.- The Individual Subject in Behavior Analysis Research.- The Time Domain in Individual Subject Research.- Ordinal Pattern Analysis.- Toward the Study of Individual Subjects: Contributions from Different Fields in Psychology.- Academic Diagnosis.- A Method for the Analysis of Patterns, Illustrated with Data on Mother-Child Instructional Interaction.- The Role of the Case Study in Neuropsychological Research.- Psychophysiological Activation Research.- Sequence-Structure Analysis.- Epilogue: Different Perspectives on Individual-Based Generalizations in Psychology.- Epilogue: Different Perspectives on Individual-Based Generalizations in Psychology.
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