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The General Problem of Motives in Relation to Social
The Place and Effects of Biogenic Needs in the Life
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activities adolescent adult animal aspirations attitudes autism autokinetic effect basic become behavior biogenic needs biological boys Chapter characteristics child Clifford Shaw concepts concerning concrete conflict Cornerville course culture degree deprivation determined differential dominant drives economic effects ego formation ego-attitudes ego-involvements Ernie Pyle established example experience experimental fact factors feel formed functioning gang genetic girl goals group situation human hunger identification illustrations in-group indi individual differences individual's influence instincts interaction judgments leader learning level of aspiration major mass media membership group ment Murphy Negro objects observed organization perception person position prejudice prestige problems Psychol range reactions reference group regulated relation relationships relative role scale Siriono social distance social norms social psychology social setting society sociogenic motives standards status stimulus strivings structure subjects super-ego tion values variations various vidual village W. H. R. Rivers York