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    George A. De Vos,Eric S. De Vos
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George Alphonse De Vos, is both a psychologist and anthropologist, trained at The University of Chicago.

George Alphonse De Vos, is both a psychologist and anthropologist, trained at The University of Chicago. Dr. Eric Steven De Vos received his doctorate from the Committee on Human Development at The University of Chicago. He is presently professor of Psychology at Saginaw Valley State University, in Michigan. Библиографические данные.

I : The Self and Socialization of Human Concerns.

The Thematic Apperception Test was developed in the 1930s by the .

The Thematic Apperception Test was developed in the 1930s by the American psychologists Henry A. Murray and Christiana D. Morgan at Harvard University to explore the underlying dynamics of personality, such as internal conflicts, dominant drives, interests, and motives. The TAT is a projective personality test.

Eric Steven De Vos received his doctorate in Psychology in 1992 from the interdisciplinary Committee on Human Development at The University of Chicago.

The test entered the nascent intelligence service of the United States (the .

Self psychology and diagnostic assessment: Identifying selfobject functions .

Self psychology and diagnostic assessment: Identifying selfobject functions through psychological testing. A handbook of clinical scoring systems for thematic apperceptive techniques. New York, NY: Routledge).

The sociology of human consciousness uses the theories and methodology of sociology to explain human consciousness. The foundations of this work may be traced to philosopher and sociologist George Herbert Mead, whose work provided major insights into the formation of mind, concepts of self and other, and the internalization of society in individual social beings, viewing these as emerging out of human interaction and communication.

Basic Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Edelman GM (1992) Bright air, brilliant fire. On the matter of the mind. Basic Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Erdelyi MH (1974) A new look at New Look: Perceptual defense and vigilance. Psychol Rev 81: 186–190Google Scholar. Marcel AJ (1983) Conscious and unconscious perception: an approach to the relations between phenomenal experience and perceptual processes. Cogn Psychol 15: 238–300PubMedGoogle Scholar. Merikle PM, Daneman M (2000) Conscious vs. unconscious perception.

Basic Dimensions in Conscious Thought represents a major contribution, describing an empirically-validated method for analyzing the thematic content of narratives as a tool for comparative research in Anthropology, Cultural Psychology and Ethnopsychiatry. This first volume in the two volume series presents the Interpersonal Concerns Scoring System (ICSS), which is a comprehensive system of dimensions and categories for classifying thematic content found in narratives. The ICSS categories are discussed from both developmental-psychological and psychocultural perspectives. This is designed to facilitate the cross-cultural researcher or clinician's understanding of how normative or non-normative patterns of thematic concerns might be inferentially related to socialization processes (whether adaptive or pathogenic) that are found in particular sociocultural settings.