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Kagan, Jerome, 1:11, 270 Kallen, Horace, 2:428, 432, 433 The Kallikak Family: A Study in the

Heredity of Feeble-Mindedness (Goddard), 1:107 Kallman, F.J., 1:23-24 Kant, Immanuel, 1:162, 259, 2:291, 359,428

Kanzi (primate research ape), 2:493, 495

Karen Horney Institute, 1:197 Karmiloff-Smith, Annette, 2:361 Kavanaugh, Patrick, 1:197 Kavathatzopoulos, Iordanis, 2:368-369 Kay, Andy, 2:320-323 Keirsey, David, 1:212 Kelly, George Alexander, 1:229-251, 230

Beck influence, 1:80 categorizations for work, 1:243 childhood, 1:231-232 clinical psychology as separate from medicine, 1:241 computer technology age impact,

1:245-246 as constructivist, 1:67-68 constructs, 1:237-238 on "construing", 1:249 contributions, 1:243-246, 249-251 corollaries, 1:235-237 on creative role of human behavior, 1:246

as creator of whole new psychology,

1:242-243 criticisms of work, 1:242-243 on cultural stereotyping, 1:238 education, 1:231-232 evaluations, 1:242-243 family of origin, 1:231 fixed-role therapy, 1:239-240 frame of reference, 1:240-241 Freudian theory rejection, 1:233 on future possibilities for his work, 1:251 on his approach to psychology, 1:234

on his introduction to psychology, 1:232

on human view of the world, 1:234 implications of work for 21st century, 1:249-251 importance, 1:243-246, 249-251 labels attached to work, 1:243 life events, 1:231-234, 248 on nature of psychology, 1:232 on personal construct theory application, 1:235 Piaget influence, 1:242 repertory grid, 1:238-239 research background, 2:430 research based upon work, 1:246-251

significance, 1:243-246 summarized, 1:229-231 teaching and lecturing career,

1:233-234 on teaching during the Great

Depression, 1:232 theories, 1:234-240 time frame, 1:240-241 traveling psychology clinic, 1:232-233, 242 Kelly, Gladys Thompson, 1:232 Kendler, Howard, 1:137 Kenny, Vincent, 1:243 Kerr, John, 1:205

Ketham, Katherine, 1:244-245, 250 kibbutz life, 1:255, 264-265 Kim, Younghee, 2:369 Kirschenbaum, Howard, 2:373, 376,

390,391 Kitayama, S., 2:397 Klein, Melanie, 1:165, 179, 192,

194-195 Klimenko, Victor, 2:342 Kline, Linus, 2:485, 486 Klineberg, Otto, 1:111, 131, 2:488-489 Klopfer, Bruno, 1:3 Kluger, Richard, 1:127, 130 "Knowledge Acquisition Tools Based on Personal Construct Psychology" (Gaines, Shaw), 1:246

Koffka, Kurt, 2:314, 392, 429, 430 Kohlberg, Lawrence, 1:253-278, 254 alternative high school research,

1:274-275 analysis of virtue, 1:259-260 Bettelheim influence, 1:255 childhood, 1:254 civil disobedience, 1:255, 268 communitarian disagreements with work, 1:270-271 contributions, 1:276 as dependent on educational level of study subjects, 1:270 education, 1:254-255, 257 evaluations, 1:269-272, 273 family of origin, 1:154 field research, 1:273 frame of reference, 1:268 Gilligan controversy, 1:257-258, 269 Havighurst influence, 1:255 Heinz case study, 1:256 importance, 1:276 on just community schools,

1:274-275 justice, 1:259-260, 271 Kagan disagreement, 1:270 law enforcement, 1:275-176 life events, 1:254-255, 257-258, 275 marriage and family, 1:258 medical problems, 1:258 moral development, 1:260-266 on moral education, 1:264

philosophical education, 1:255 Piaget relationship, 1:255, 261, 262,

266, 2:364 on prison reform research, 1:273, 274

professional difficulties, 1:258 professional ethics work, 1:275-276 religion, 1:260, 272 Rogers influence, 1:255 Strauss influence, 1:255 summarized, 1:253-254 tests, 273

theories, 1:259-266 timeline, 1:268 Turiel disagreements, 1:269 on virtue, 1:259 Zionism, 1:255 Köhler, Wolfgang animal research, 2:392, 436, 442 biography, 2:437 on Gestalt definition, 2:434 as Maslow influence, 2:314 mind-body connection, 2:436 as Piaget influence, 2:349 research background, 2:430 Wertheimer introduction, 2:430 Kohut, Heinz, 1:165 Koller, Carl, 1:152 Konorski, Jerzy, 2:338, 340 Korzybski, Alfred, 1:231, 241 Kowalski, K., 1:139 Kraepelin, Emil, 2:456-457, 464 Kramer, Peter, 1:220 Kuhn, Thomas, 1:242 Kulpe, Oswald, 2:428, 434, 439 Kupers, Carol, 1:44

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