The Biology of Human Conduct: East-West Models of Temperament and Personality is a three-part book that explores models of temperament, typology and personality, and personality and conditioning. The first part has four chapters detailing the behavior genetic model; typological models; human typology and higher mental processes; and interactional approach to development. The second part covers theories of personality; strength of the nervous system; the orientation reaction; mobility, concentration, and lability; and the structure of nervous system properties. The last part shows sources of variance in conditioning and socialization.Soc. Am. 52, 1115a23. BERG, W. K. (1970) Heart rate and vasomotor responses as a function of stimulus duration and intensity. ... BERITov, I. S. (1961) Neural mechanisms of the behaviour of higher vertebrates, Moscow: Akad. Nauk SSSR. ... BERKowITZ, L. (1969) Simple views of aggression: an essay review. Am. Scient.
|Title||:||The Biology of Human Conduct|
|Author||:||G. L. Mangan|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|