2021 Reprint of the 1925 Edition. Facsimile of the original edition and not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. A class of educators, social workers, lawyers, and businesspeople at the New School for Social Research asked Mr. Overstreet to tell them \"How human behavior can actually be changed, in the light of the new knowledge gained through psychology.\" He obliged, and the present book is his lectures, refined, amplified, and chastened by class discussion. Mr. Overstreet has achieved something of a triumph in the field of popularization. His book is readable and shrewd. This has become a classic of applied psychology and methods for influencing human behavior.
Influencing Human Behavior Harry Allen Overstreet Pdf 20
Martin was an instructor and lecturer at The New School for Social Research in New York City from 1921 to 1929, and served on the board of directors of The New School from 1925 to 1932. He taught classes in sociology, psychology, social behavior, and adult education. At The New School, Martin taught alongside other prominent intellectuals of the day including, Alfred Adler, Norman Angell, Harry Elmer Barnes, Charles Austin Beard, Edwin Grant Conklin, Herbert J. Davenport, John Dewey, Lawrence K. Frank, Felix Frankfurter, Alexander Goldenweiser, Joseph Jastrow, Alvin Saunders Johnson, Horace Kallen, Alfred Kreymborg, Eduard C. Lindeman, Walter Lippmann, Frederick Macaulay, Wesley Clair Mitchell, Gorham Munson, Moissaye Joseph Olgin, Harry Allen Overstreet, James Harvey Robinson, Mark Van Doren, Thorstein Veblen, and Leo Wolman. 076b4e4f54