1. Charlotte Buhler (1957). About the Goal‐Structure of Human Life. Theoretical Considerations. Dialectica 11 (1‐2):187-205.
    The article will bring some theoretical considerations to be applied to a study of the goal‐structure of human life.One of the theoretical questions in which this study is interested concerns the origin of the different goals and goal‐changes during life. One of the central questions is how goal‐setting and goal‐changes are brought about, what factors are responsible, what mechanisms come into play.The material of the planned research study will be selected individual and interview cases whose goal‐development and goal‐changes will be (...)
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  2. Charlotte Bühler (1951). Maturation and Motivation. Dialectica 5 (3‐4):312-361.
    SUMMARYThis Study reviews the prevalent concepts of maturation and motivation, and develops the following points :1. Developmental and clinical child Psychology are held apart less because of à differing focus of interests than because of differing concepts of maturation and motivation.2. Maturation is à term applied in biology and Psychology to, the development of the individual by growth processes, as distinguished from development by exercise and learning. It is defined in terms of à sequence or order of phases.3. Sequences can (...)
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  3. Charlotte Bühler (1921). Die Aufgaben der Ästhetik. Kant-Studien 26 (1-2):403-415.