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Soviet and American Psychology During World War II

Soviet and American Psychology During World War II( )
Author: Gilgen, Albert R.
Gilgen, Carol K.
Koltsova, Vera A.
Oleinik, Yuri N.
Series title:Contributions in Psychology Ser.
Publication Date:Jan 1997
Publisher:ABC-CLIO, LLC
Book Format:Hardback
List Price:AUD $202.95
Book Description:

This book compares the influence of the period leading up to World War II and of the war itself on the discipline of psychology in two major, but very different countries. During the 1930s, Soviet psychologists were formally isolated from developments in Western psychology by the ideological requirements of the Communist Party; in the United States, a vast variety of topics was being researched. When the war began, the discipline in the Soviet Union turned increasingly toward...
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Detailed Subjects: Psychology / History
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):16.3 x 24.3 cm
Book Weight:0.584 Kilograms

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