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Historical and Cross-Cultural Aspects of Psychology

EditorEvelin Witruk, Arndt Wilcke

Hardcover | December 10, 2012

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The book contains selected contributions from the international workshop Historical and Cross-Cultural Aspects of Psychology. This was organised by Evelin Witruk and her team at the University of Leipzig in 2009, when Psychology in Leipzig celebrated its 130th and the University of Leipzig its 600th anniversary. In line with the workshop, this collection represents an interdisciplinary approach to cover and combine different aspects of psychology. It focuses on the origins of Psychology in Leipzig where Wilhelm Wundt founded in 1879 the world’s first Psychological Institute. The contributions regard the history of psychology, the role of this science in regions affected by disasters, and methodical and cross-cultural issues. So this volume intertwines basic research, partly based on or inspired by history, with applied work to promote scientific exchange not just between different countries but also between the different branches of psychology.
Evelin Witruk studied Psychology at the University of Jena, and since 1993 she is Professor for Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology at the University of Leipzig. Arndt Wilcke is member of the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology and head of the research group Cognitive Genetics.
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Title:Historical and Cross-Cultural Aspects of PsychologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:December 10, 2012Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Contents: Evelin Witruk/Arndt Wilcke: Preface – Renate Topel: Wundts Ethik unter moralpsychologischer Sicht – Bodo Krause: Ausgewählte Entwicklungen der psychologischen Messtheorie – H. Maximilian Wontorra: Von Noematachographen, Komplikationspendeln und psychophysischen Klavieren - Die frühe experimentelle Psychologie und ihre Apparate – Wolfgang Lörscher: Psycholinguistics: Language Processing in the Brain - Systematic and Historical Aspects – Evelin Witruk: Historical Aspects of Educational Psychology at the University of Leipzig – Alexandra Teichert: Historical Aspects of Dyscalculia Research – Arndt Wilcke: Zur frühen Geschichte der Legasthenie – Sabine Schneider: Über den Farbeneindruck der Vokale – Marcus Stueck: Die Grundlagen einer Theorie von sich selbstorganisierenden empathischen Netzwerken: Historische Ursprünge – Adil Ishag Abdallah: Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Psychology in Sudan, with Special Reference to the University of Khartoum – Ilya Garber: The History of Psychology in Terms of Valentin Turchin’s Meta-Transitional Methodology – Yumi Lee: Psychology in South Korea: Historical Development and Current Status – Guna Svence/Rita Bebre: Origins of the Science of Psychology in Latvia. Development of the Science of Psychology in Latvia in the 1920s-30s – Saman Pushpakumara: Psychology in Sri Lankan Context with Special Reference to the University Curriculum – Johanna Sophie von Lieres und Wilkau: The Role of Sense of Coherence, Coping, and Social Support in Buffering the Traumatic Effects of the 2004 Tsunami in Kerala, India – Samudra Senarath: Long-Term Psychosocial Consequences and Mediator Intervention for Children and Adolescents Affected by the Tsunami 2004 in Sri Lanka – Asanka Bulathwatta: Psycho-Social Problems of Street Children in Sri Lanka – Buddhipraba D. D. Pathirana: Learning and Adjustment of Sri Lankan Children to Tsunami after post Tsunami Interventions – P. C. Pakkeer Jaufar: The Predictors of Student Commitment: Post-Tsunami Perspectives of Students and their Respective Parents – Manjula Vithanapathirana: Diagnostic Testing of Learning Difficulties and a Remedial Education Intervention Program for Improving Teaching and Learning in Primary Classes in Sri Lanka – Qurotul Uyun: Integrating Gratitude and Patience into Spiritual Intervention – Sus Budiharto: Developing Islamic Counseling and Psychotherapy in Indonesia – Dian Sari Utami/Amitya Kumara: The Book «Rainbow of my Heart» as a Medium to Manage Hospitalized Children’s Emotions – Tri Hayuning Tyas/Yanti Dewi Purwanti: Inclusive Early Childhood Education: A Road to Promote Education for All – Yeniar Indriana: Self-Esteem Rehabilitation in Panti Wreda – Asmaa Abd Muhyi Shati: Mental Health Problems Among Iraqi Children in the Aftermath of the 2003 War – Yumi Lee/Jin-Ryung Kang: A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Group Counseling Programs on the Reduction of Symptoms in Children with ADHD in South Korea – Karen Nieber/Astrid Bertsche: Management of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders: The Role of Psychosocial Treatment and Medication – Shally Novita/Bärbel Kracke/Judith Schweppe: Vergleichsstudie über die Korrelation zwischen phonologischer Bewusstheit und Lesefähigkeit in Indonesien und Deutschland – Emi Zulaifah: Reconstructing Family Environment Scales to Fit into the Indonesian Cultural Context – Marcus Stueck: School of Empathy: Introduction and First Results – Franziska S. Stoeber/Konrad Reschke/Sybille Krause: Das Hoffnungskonzept nach C. R. Snyder: Eine Ressource zur Krisenbewältigung – Juan C. Oliver-Rodríguez: Non Parametric Three Way Analysis of Variance with Repeated Measures: A Tutorial Approach.