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Social and personality psychologists traditionally have focused their attention on the most basic building blocks of human thought and behavior, while existential psychologists pursued broader, more abstract questions regarding the nature of existence and the meaning of life. This volume bridges this longstanding divide by demonstrating how rigorous experimental methods ca ...more
Hardcover, 528 pages
Published May 26th 2004 by The Guilford Press (first published January 1st 2004)
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Overall some chapters better than others but an interesting discussion of existential philosophy and theory and how it is proved in multiple ways with experiments. The experiments and theoretical underpinnings are as diverse as existential philosophy itself.
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Jeff Greenberg, Ph.D. is a professor of psychology and a College of Science Fellow at the University of Arizona. As a small child growing up in the Bronx, he was very curious about the human propensities for vanity and prejudice. Jeff majored in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, but it wasn’t until he took social psychology in his final semester that he found a field where people where ...more