Psychology: A Study of a Science. Study II. Empirical Substructure and Relations With Other Sciences. Volume 6. Investigations of Man As Socius: Their Place in Psychology and the Social Sciences
The final volume in Study II Empirical Substructure and Relations with Other Sciences, aims to provide increased understanding of the internal structure of psychological science, and its place in the matrix of scientific activity. 15 contributors with backgrounds in psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, and linguistics discuss the organization of knowledge within their own disciplines and interrelationships with psychology as the focus. Psychologists examine specialized fields within psychology and their relations with other social sciences. Social scientists consider their own fields and how they relate to psychology.