Thomas Natsoulas Publication List

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  1. Natsoulas, Thomas A rediscovery of presence. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1999 Win. 20 (1): p.17-42

  2. Natsoulas, Thomas An ecological and phenomenological perspective on consciousness and perception: Contact with the world at the very heart of the being of consciousness. Review of General Psychology. 1999 Sep. 3 (3): p.224-245

  3. Natsoulas, Thomas A commentary system for consciousness?! Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1999 Spr. 20 (2): p.155-181

  4. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness-sub-6: The general state meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1999 Mar. 29 (1): p.59-87

  5. Natsoulas, Thomas The case for intrinsic theory: III. Intrinsic inner awareness and the problem of straightforward objectification. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1998 Win. 19 (1): p.1-20

  6. Natsoulas, Thomas Field of view. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1998 Fal. 19 (4): p.415-436

  7. Natsoulas, Thomas Two proposals regarding the primary psychological interface. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1998 Sum. 19 (3): p.303-324

  8. Natsoulas, Thomas On the intrinsic nature of states of consciousness: James's ubiquitous feeling aspect. Review of General Psychology. 1998 Jun. 2 (2): p.123-152

  9. Natsoulas, Thomas Tertiary consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1998 Spr. 19 (2): p.141-176

  10. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XVIII. Introducing the state-appropriative acts. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1998-1999. 18 (2): p.133-152

  11. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XIX. James's concept of appropriation. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1998-1999. 18 (3): p.221-240

  12. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and self-awareness. In: Michel D. Ferrari, Ed; Robert J. Sternberg, Ed; et al. Self-awareness: Its nature and development.. The Guilford Press: New York, NY, USA, 1998. p.12-33 of xiv, 430pp.

  13. Natsoulas, Thomas The presence of environmental objects to perceptual consciousness: A difference it makes for psychological functioning. American Journal of Psychology. 1997 Win. 110 (4): p.507-526

  14. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and self-awareness: Part I. Consciousness-sub-1, consciousness-sub-2, and consciousness-sub-3. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1997 Win. 18 (1): p.53-74

  15. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and self-awareness: Part II. Consciousness-sub-4, consciousness-sub-5, and consciousness-sub-6. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1997 Win. 18 (1): p.75-94

  16. Natsoulas, Thomas The presence of environmental objects to perceptual consciousness: An integrative, ecological and phenomenological approach. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1997 Fal. 18 (4): p.371-390

  17. Natsoulas, Thomas Blindsight and consciousness. American Journal of Psychology. 1997 Spr. 110 (1): p.1-33

  18. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XIV. Two contrasting accounts of pervasive bodily self-awareness. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1997. 17 (1): p.45-64

  19. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XV. James in recent context (1981-1986). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1997. 17 (2): p.123-140

  20. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XVI. James in recent context (1986-1991). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1997-1998. 17 (3): p.229-247

  21. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XIII: Bodily self-awareness and Aron Gurwitsch's margin. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1997. 16 (3): p.281-300

  22. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XVII. James in recent context (1991-1996). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1997-1998. 17 (4): p.345-364

  23. Natsoulas, Thomas The Sciousness Hypothesis: I. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1996 Win. 17 (1): p.45-65

  24. Natsoulas, Thomas The case of intrinsic theory: II. An examination of a conception of consciousness-sub-4 as intrinsic, necessary, and concomitant. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1996 Fal. 17 (4): p.369-389

  25. Natsoulas, Thomas A case for intrinsic theory: I. An introduction. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1996 Sum. 17 (3): p.267-286

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  26. Natsoulas, Thomas The presence of environmental objects to perceptual consciousness: Consideration of the problem with special reference to Husserl's phenomenological account. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1996 Spr. 17 (2): p.161-184

  27. Natsoulas, Thomas The sciousness hypothesis--Part II. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1996 Spr. 17 (2): p.185-206

  28. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XI. A critique of James's appendage theory of consciousness (second part). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1996. 16 (1): p.63-82

  29. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: XIL. Consciousness and self-awareness. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1996. 16 (2): p.161-180

  30. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: IX. James, Freud, and the theory of consciousness. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1996. 19 (3): p.461-494

  31. Natsoulas, Thomas A rediscovery of Sigmund Freud. Consciousness & Cognition: An International Journal. 1995 Sep. 4 (3): p.300-322

  32. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness-sub-3 and Gibson's concept of awareness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1995 Sum. 16 (3): p.305-328

  33. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: VI. Evidence for normal dual consciousness? Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1995 Spr. 16 (2): p.181-206

  34. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: VII. Further relevances from Imagination, Cognition and Personality. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1995. 14 (2): p.131-149

  35. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: IX. James's ejective consciousness (second part). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1995. 15 (2): p.171-191

  36. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: X. A critique of James's appendage theory of consciousness (first part). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1995-1996. 15 (4): p.365-384

  37. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness-sub-4: The reflective meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1994 Dec. 24 (4): p.373-400

  38. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness-sub-5: The unitive meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1994 Dec. 24 (4): p.401-424

  39. Natsoulas, Thomas Gibson's environment, Husserl's Lebenswelt, the world of physics, and the rejection of phenomenal objects. American Journal of Psychology. 1994 Fal. 107 (3): p.327-358

  40. Natsoulas, Thomas An introduction to reflective seeing: II. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1994 Fal. 15 (4): p.351-374

  41. Natsoulas, Thomas On the distinction between the object and content of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1994 Sum. 15 (3): p.239-264

  42. Natsoulas, Thomas A rediscovery of consciousness. Consciousness & Cognition: An International Journal. 1994 Jun. 3 (2): p.223-245

  43. Natsoulas, Thomas Against a recent account of perceptual experience proposed to complement Gibson's theory of perceiving. Ecological Psychology. 1994. 6 (2): p.137-157

  44. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: VI. Relevancies from Imagination, Cognition and Personality. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1994-1995. 14 (1): p.59-77

  45. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: VIII. James's ejective consciousness (First Part). Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1994-1995. 14 (4): p.333-352

  46. Natsoulas, Thomas The importance of being conscious. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1993 Fal. 14 (4): p.317-340

  47. Natsoulas, Thomas Perceiving, its component stream of perceptual experience, and Gibson's ecological approach. Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung. 1993 Aug. 55 (3): p.248-257

  48. Natsoulas, Thomas An introduction to reflective seeing: I. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1993 Sum. 14 (3): p.235-256

  49. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness-sub-4: Varieties of intrinsic theory. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1993 Spr. 14 (2): p.107-132

  50. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: V. Concerning an hypothesis of normal dual consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1993 Spr. 14 (2): p.179-202

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  51. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: III. Adolf Gruenbaum's nowness. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1993-1994. 13 (1): p.73-90

  52. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: IV. Adolf Gruenbaum's atomicity. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1993-1994. 13 (3): p.229-247

  53. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: V. William James's change of view. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1993-1994. 13 (4): p.347-366

  54. Natsoulas, Thomas What is wrong with the appendage theory of consciousness? Philosophical Psychology. 1993. 6 (2): p.137-154

  55. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: VII. Dimensions of an alternative interpretation. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1993. 16 (1): p.67-101

  56. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: VIII. Conscious psychical processes perforce involve higher-order consciousness--intrinsically or concomitantly? A current issue. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1993. 16 (4): p.597-631

  57. Natsoulas, Thomas Are all instances of phenomenal experience conscious in the sense of their being objects of inner (second-order) consciousness? American Journal of Psychology. 1992 Win. 105 (4): p.605-612

  58. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: IV. Three hypothesized dimensions of deconnected left-hemispheric consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1992 Win. 13 (1): p.37-67

  59. Natsoulas, Thomas Is consciousness what psychologists actually examine? American Journal of Psychology. 1992 Fal. 105 (3): p.363-384 Language: English. Pub type: Comment

  60. Natsoulas, Thomas Appendage theory--pro and con. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1992 Fal. 13 (4): p.371-396

  61. Natsoulas, Thomas The tunnel effect, Gibson's perception theory, and reflective seeing. Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung. 1992 Aug. 54 (3): p.160-174

  62. Natsoulas, Thomas Intentionality, consciousness, and subjectivity. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1992 Sum. 13 (3): p.281-308

  63. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness-sub-3: The awareness meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1992 Jun. 22 (2): p.199-225

  64. Natsoulas, Thomas Toward an improved understanding of Sigmund Freud's conception of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1992 Spr. 13 (2): p.171-192

  65. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: I. William James's pulses. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1992-1993. 12 (1): p.3-21

  66. Natsoulas, Thomas The stream of consciousness: II. William James's specious present. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1992-1993. 12 (4): p.367-385

  67. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: VI. A present-day perspective. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1992. 15 (3): p.305-348

  68. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: III. Toward the improvement of alternative conceptions. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1991 Win. 12 (1): p.1-32

  69. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness-sub-2: The personal meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1991 Sep. 21 (3): p.339-367

  70. Natsoulas, Thomas Ontological subjectivity. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1991 Spr. 12 (2): p.175-200

  71. Natsoulas, Thomas The concept of consciousness: The interpersonal meaning. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1991 Mar. 21 (1): p.63-89

  72. Natsoulas, Thomas "This self of the all other selves": II. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1991-1992. 11 (2): p.177-197

  73. Natsoulas, Thomas "I am not the subject of this thought": Understanding a unique relation of special ownership with the help of David Woodruff Smith: I. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1991-1992. 11 (3): p.279-302

  74. Natsoulas, Thomas "I am not the subject of this thought": Understanding a unique relation of special ownership with the help of David Woodruff Smith: II. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1991-1992. 11 (4): p.331-352

  75. Natsoulas, Thomas "Introspecting" and consciousness: A response to Howe. New Ideas in Psychology. 1991. 9 (1): p.45-50

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  76. Natsoulas, Thomas "Why do things look as they do?" Some Gibsonian answers to Koffka's question. Philosophical Psychology. 1991. 4 (2): p.183-202

  77. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: V. Emotions and feelings. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1991. 14 (1): p.69-108

  78. Natsoulas, Thomas The pluralistic approach to the nature of feelings. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1990 Spr. 11 (2): p.173-217

  79. Natsoulas, Thomas Reflective seeing: An exploration in the company of Edmund J. Husserl and James J. Gibson. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology. 1990 Spr. 21 (1): p.1-31

  80. 80. Natsoulas, Thomas Perspectival appearing and Gibson's theory of visual perception. Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung. 1990. 52 (4): p.291-298

  81. Natsoulas, Thomas The ecological approach to perception: The place of perceptual content. American Journal of Psychology. 1989 Win. 102 (4): p.443-476

  82. Natsoulas, Thomas The distinction between visual perceiving and visual perceptual experience. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1989 Win. 10 (1): p.37-61

  83. Natsoulas, Thomas An examination of four objections to self-intimating states of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1989 Win. 10 (1): p.63-116

  84. Natsoulas, Thomas From visual sensations to the seen-now and the seen-from-here. Psychological Research. 1989 Nov. 51 (3): p.87-92

  85. Natsoulas, Thomas "This self of all the other selves": I. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1989-1990. 9 (4): p.335-354

  86. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: III. The importance of tertiary consciousness. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1989. 12 (1): p.97-123

  87. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: IV. A propaedeutic for functions of consciousness in hypercathected speech-imagery. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1989. 12 (4): p.619-662

  88. Natsoulas, Thomas On the radical behaviorist conception of pain experience. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1988 Win. 9 (1): p.29-56

  89. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: II. Some pertinencies for intact functioning. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1988 Fal. 9 (4): p.515-547

  90. Natsoulas, Thomas The intentionality of retrowareness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1988 Fal. 9 (4): p.549-573

  91. Natsoulas, Thomas Sympathy, empathy, and the stream of consciousness. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1988 Jun. 18 (2): p.169-195

  92. Natsoulas, Thomas Is any state of consciousness self-intimating? Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1988 Spr. 9 (2): p.167-203

  93. Natsoulas, Thomas Understanding William James's conception of consciousness with the help of Gerald E. Myers. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1988-1989. 8 (4): p.323-344

  94. Natsoulas, Thomas Roger W. Sperry's monist interactionism. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1987 Win. 8 (1): p.1-21

  95. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and commissurotomy: I. Spheres and streams of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1987 Sum. 8 (3): p.435-468

  96. Natsoulas, Thomas Gibson, James, and the temporal continuity of experience. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1987-1988. 7 (4): p.351-376

  97. Natsoulas, Thomas On the radical behaviorist conception of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1986 Win. 7 (1): p.87-115

  98. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness and memory. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1986 Fal. 7 (4): p.463-501

  99. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness: Consideration of a self-intimational hypothesis. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1986 Jul. 16 (2): p.197-207

  100. Natsoulas, Thomas The six basic concepts of consciousness and William James's stream of thought. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1986-1987. 6 (4): p.289-319

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  101. Natsoulas, Thomas An introduction to the perceptual kind of conception of direct (reflective) consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1985 Sum. 6 (3): p.333-356

  102. Natsoulas, Thomas George Herbert Mead's conception of consciousness. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1985 Mar. 15 (1): p.60-75

  103. Natsoulas, Thomas Concerning the unity of consciousness: II. William James on personal conscious unity. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1985-1986. 5 (1): p.21-30

  104. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: II. Derived consciousness. In: . Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1985. 8 (2): p.183-220

  105. Natsoulas, Thomas On the causal self-referentiality of perceptual experiences and the problem of concrete perceptual reference. Behaviorism. 1984 Fal. 12 (2): p.61-80

  106. Natsoulas, Thomas Towards the improvement of Gibsonian perception theory. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1984 Jul. 14 (2): p.231-258

  107. Natsoulas, Thomas The subjective organization of personal consciousness: A concept of conscious personality. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1984 Sum. 5 (3): p.311-336

  108. Natsoulas, Thomas Gustav Bergmann's psychophysiological parallelism. Behaviorism. 1984 Spr. 12 (1): p.41-69

  109. Natsoulas, Thomas Personality and consciousness: A theoretical essay. Cognition & Brain Theory. 1984 Spr. 7 (2): p.135-166

  110. Natsoulas, Thomas Freud and consciousness: I. Intrinsic consciousness. Psychoanalysis & Contemporary Thought. 1984. 7 (2): p.195-232

  111. Natsoulas, Thomas Concepts of consciousness. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1983 Win. 4 (1): p.13-59

  112. Natsoulas, Thomas A selective review of conceptions of consciousness with special reference to behavioristic contributions. Cognition & Brain Theory. 1983 Fal. 6 (4): p.417-447

  113. Natsoulas, Thomas The experience of a conscious self. Journal of Mind & Behavior. 1983 Fal. 4 (4): p.451-478

  114. Natsoulas, Thomas Perhaps the most difficult problem faced by behaviorism. Behaviorism. 1983 Spr. 11 (1): p.1-26

  115. Natsoulas, Thomas Addendum to "Consciousness." American Psychologist. 1983 Jan. 38 (1): p.121-122

  116. Natsoulas, Thomas Concerning the unity of consciousness: I. Varieties of conscious unity. Imagination, Cognition & Personality. 1983-1984. 3 (4): p.281-303

  117. Natsoulas, Thomas Basic problems of consciousness. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. 1981 Jul. 41 (1): p.132-178

  118. Natsoulas, Thomas Against phenomenal objects. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1980 Jul. 10 (2): p.97-114

  119. Natsoulas, Thomas An issue in perceptual theory. Academic Psychology Bulletin. 1980 Jun. 2 (2): p.169-178

  120. Natsoulas, Thomas The unity of consciousness. Behaviorism. 1979 Fal. 7 (2): p.45-63

  121. Natsoulas, Thomas Concerning "residual subjectivity." American Psychologist. 1979 Jul. 34 (7): p.640-642

  122. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness. American Psychologist. 1978 Oct. 33 (10): p.906-914

  123. Natsoulas, Thomas Toward a model for consciousness in the light of B. F. Skinner's contribution. Behaviorism. 1978 Fal. 6 (2): p.139-175

  124. Natsoulas, Thomas Residual subjectivity. American Psychologist. 1978 Mar. 33 (3): p.269-283

  125. Natsoulas, Thomas Consciousness: Consideration of an inferential hypothesis. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. 1977 Apr. 7 (1): p.29-39

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  126. Natsoulas, Thomas On perceptual aboutness. Behaviorism. 1977 Spr. 5 (1): p.75-97

  127. Natsoulas, Thomas The Subjective, Experiential Element in Perception. Psychological Bulletin. 1974 Oct. 81 (10): p.611-631

  128. Natsoulas, Thomas Own Emotion Awareness. Revista Interamericana de Psicologia. 1973. Vol. 7 (3-4): p.151-187

  129. Natsoulas, Thomas Concerning Introspective "knowledge." Psychological Bulletin. 1970. 73 (2): p.89-111

  130. Parks, Theodore; Natsoulas, Thomas Idiosyncratic Exceptions To the Probability-Matching Decision-Rule in Visual Discrimination. Perception & Psychophysics. 1969. 5 (4): p.209-210

  131. Natsoulas, Thomas Interpreting Perceptual Reports. Psychological Bulletin. 1968. 70 (6, Pt. 1): p.575-591

  132. Natsoulas, THOMAS Alternative Interpretations of Cutaneous Perception. American Journal of Psychology. 1967. 80 (2): p.313-314 Language: English. Pub type: Comment

  133. Natsoulas, THOMAS What Are Perceptual Reports about? Psychological Bulletin. 1967. 67 (4): p.249-272

  134. Natsoulas, THOMAS On the Perception of Cutaneous Figures. Psychological Record. 1967. 17 (1): p.43-48

  135. Natsoulas, Thomas Locus and Orientation of the Perceiver (Ego) under Variable, Constant, and No Perspective Instructions. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. 1966. 3 (2): p.190-196

  136. Natsoulas, Thomas; Murphy, John T. Locus and Orientation of the Perceiver (Ego) and the Rotation of Visual Images. In: . Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. 1966. 3 (4): p.472-475

  137. Bootzin, Richard R.; Natsoulas, Thomas Evidence for Perceptual Defense Uncontaminated by Response Bias. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. 1965. 1 (5): p.461-468

  138. Natsoulas, Thomas Converging Operations for Perceptual Defense. Psychological Bulletin. 1965. 64 (6): p.393-401

  139. Natsoulas, Thomas; Dubanoski, Richard A. Inferring the Locus and Orientation of the Perceiver from Responses To Stimulation of the Skin. American Journal of Psychology. 1964. 77 (2): p.281-285

  140. Natsoulas, Thomas On Homogeneous Retinal Stimulation and the Perception of Depth. Psychological Bulletin. 1963. 60 (4): p.385-390

  141. Mattson, James M.; Natsoulas, Thomas Emotional Arousal and Stimulus Duration as Determinants of Stimulus Selection. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology. 1962. 65 (2): p.142-144

  142. Natsoulas, Thomas Principles of Momentum and Kinetic Energy in the Perception of Causality. American Journal of Psychology. 1961. 74 p.394-402

  143. Natsoulas, Thomas Judgments of Velocity and Weight in A Casual Situation. American Journal of Psychology. 1960. 73 p.404-410

  144. Zander, Alvin; Natsoulas, Thomas; Thomas, Edwin J. Personal Goals and the Group Goals for the Member. Human Relations. 1960. 13 p.333-344

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