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  • Author:
    Robert A. Wicklund
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    0387971653
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    Springer; 1990 edition (April 23, 1990)
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    156 pages
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In Zero-Variable Theories, Dr. Robert Wicklund invites the reader to consider the psychological perspective of the "explainer.

In Zero-Variable Theories, Dr. In examining the that have become dominant in modern psychology, the author points to such factors as competition with other explainers and pressure to offer and promulgate a unique explanation. The explainer is characterized In Zero-Variable Theories, Dr. Robert Wicklund invites the reader to consider the psychological perspective of the "explainer". In examining the that have become dominant in modern psychology, the author points to such factors as competition with other explainers and pressure.

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An Introduction to the Psychology of the Explainer. Published: 1 January 1990.

Published: 1 January 1990. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Zero-Variable Theories and the Psychology of the Explainer. Zero-Variable Theories and the Psychology of the Explainer; doi:10. An Introduction to the Psychology of the Explainer. Zero-Variable Theories and the Psychology of the Explainer pp 1-13; doi:10.

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INTRODUCTION This book is dedicated to Chris, who glows in his father's eye I can admit it freely now. All my life I've been a patsy. For as long as I can recall, I've been an easy mark for the pitches of peddlers, fundraisers, and operators of one sort or another. It didn't allow me to judge the importance of the principles in the world beyond the psychology building and the campus where I was examining them. It became clear that if I was to understand fully the psychology of compliance, I would need to broaden my scope of investigation. I would need to look to the compliance professionals-the people who had been using the principles on me all my life.

In Zero-Variable Theories, Dr. Robert Wicklund invites the reader to consider the psychological perspective of the "explainer". In examining the over-simplifications that have become dominant in modern psychology, the author points to such factors as competition with other explainers and pressure to offer and promulgate a unique explanation. The explainer is characterized as equating theory with simple, fixed categories, and as defending those categories as one would defend a personal territory, fending off competing explainers through mis-use of statistical devices. The end result is the formulation of theories that neglect the perspectives of those whose behaviors are to be explained, and which simultaneously exclude psychological variables.