In his works, Gustav Jahoda performs multidisciplinary study on Social psychology and Personality. He incorporates Personality and Social psychology in his research. His work often combines Developmental psychology and Clinical psychology studies. He performs integrative Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology research in his work. Much of his study explores Biochemistry relationship to Dominance (genetics). With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Dominance (genetics) and Gene. He incorporates Gene and Biochemistry in his studies. His Library science study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Citation. His Citation study often links to related topics such as Library science.
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Images of savages
On the Scope and Methods of Cross-Cultural Research
Nico Frijda;Gustav Jahoda.
International Journal of Psychology (1966)
The psychology of superstition
Critical reflections on some recent definitions of “culture”:
Culture and Psychology (2012)
Critical notes and reflections on ‘social representations’
European Journal of Social Psychology (1988)
The construction of economic reality by some Glaswegian children
European Journal of Social Psychology (1979)
On the nature of difficulties in spatial-perceptual tasks: Ethnic and sex differences
British Journal of Psychology (1979)
Theodor Lipps and the shift from "sympathy" to "empathy".
Journal of The History of The Behavioral Sciences (2005)
Psychology and Anthropology: A Psychological Perspective
Geometric illusions and environment: a study in Ghana.
British Journal of Psychology (1966)
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