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  1. Facets of an Academic´s Life: A Memoir. Wiesbaden.Michael Wertheimer - 2020
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    An Investigation of the "Randomness" of Threshold Measurements.Michael Wertheimer - 1953 - Journal of Experimental Psychology 45 (5):294.
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    The Implicit Assumptions of Modern Psychology.Michael Wertheimer - 1986 - Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 6 (1):5-17.
    Presents the Presidential Address to the Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology of the American Psychological Association, delivered August 25. 1985. The author discusses the key philosophical and theoretical issues facing modern psychology as well as the "perennially problematic" intellectual foundations of psychology. 2012 APA, all rights reserved).
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    Unification Through "Fragmentation": An Apparently Possibly Paradoxical Plea.Michael Wertheimer - 1987 - Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 7 (1):28-30.
    Article discussing the formation of the American Psychological Association. The author gives an overview of the progression of the association through the years. 2012 APA, all rights reserved).
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    Effect of Instructional Set on Kinesthetic Figural Aftereffects.Michael Wertheimer & Charles A. Sheets Jr - 1968 - Journal of Experimental Psychology 77 (4):692.
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    Obstacles to the Integration of Competing Theories in Psychology.Michael Wertheimer - 1988 - Philosophical Psychology 1 (1):131 – 137.
    Among the obstacles to the integration of competing theories in psychology is that it is unclear why and how they differ. Some thoughtful speculations have been offered for why they differ, but they remain preliminary. A plethora of schemes has been proposed for analysing how theories differ, but there is no convincing basis for choosing among these schemes. Furthermore, several kinds of relationships can be identified between apparently competing theories, each of which has implications for the potential integration of those (...)
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    "Permanent" Satiation Phenomena with Kinesthetic Figural Aftereffects.Michael Wertheimer & Carl M. Leventhal - 1958 - Journal of Experimental Psychology 55 (3):255.
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    The Legacy of Max Wertheimer and Gestalt Psychology.D. King, Michael Wertheimer, Heidi Keller & Kevin Crochetiere - 1994 - Social Research 61:907-936.
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    A Metabolic Interpretation of Individual Differences in Figural Aftereffects.Michael Wertheimer & Nancy Wertheimer - 1954 - Psychological Review 61 (4):279-280.
  10. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology.Gregory A. Kimble, Michael Wertheimer & Charlotte L. White (eds.) - 1991 - Psychology Press.
    This book presents a series of informal biographies about major figures in the history of psychology. A unique combination of expertise and human appeal, the volume places the contributions of each pioneer in a new and fascinating perspective. For instance, several of the authors use the novel approach of having the pioneers return to the present day to reflect back on their work as it relates to the here and now. Revisions of speeches given in a popular series of invited (...)
     
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  11. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume Ii.Gregory A. Kimble, C. Alan Boneau & Michael Wertheimer (eds.) - 1996 - Psychology Press.
    A major aim of the books in this series is to promote psychology's appreciation of the neglected giants in its history. The chapters document the significance of these early contributions, many of them made more than a century ago. Most of the chapters are revisions of invited addresses delivered at psychological conventions. Several of the authors are students, colleagues, or offspring of their pioneers and all of them are intrigued by the life and work of the psychologists about whom they (...)
     
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  12. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume Iv.Gregory A. Kimble & Michael Wertheimer (eds.) - 2000 - Psychology Press.
    This fourth book in the series continues the tradition of the popular earlier volumes by offering lively and entertaining information about some of contemporary psychology's most illustrious ancestors. The 21 chapters, many of them written by today's most visible and eminent authors, concentrate on the lives and achievements of major psychologists from a variety of areas. Created for undergraduate and graduate courses in the history of psychology, the variety of pioneers represented provide enough flexibility to also use it as a (...)
     
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  13. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume V.Gregory A. Kimble & Michael Wertheimer (eds.) - 2003 - Psychology Press.
    This book offers glimpses into the personal and scholarly lives of 20 giants in the history of psychology. As in the earlier volumes, prominent scholars were invited to prepare chapters on a pioneer who had made important contributions in their own area of expertise. Some of the psychologists described may be the teachers of the instructors who will be the users of this book, potentially providing a personal connection of the pioneers to the students. A special section provides brief portraits (...)
     
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  14. Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume Iii.Michael Wertheimer & Gregory A. Kimble (eds.) - 1998 - Psychology Press.
    This third volume in a series devoted to luminaries in the history of psychology--features chapter authors who are themselves highly visible and eminent scholars. They provide glimpses of the giants who shaped modern cognitive and behavioral science, and shed new light on their contributions and personalities, often with a touch of humor or whimsy and with fresh personal insights. The animated style, carefully selected details, and lively perspective make the people, ideas, and controversies in the history of psychology come alive. (...)
     
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