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The Resource Psychology of women : behavior in a biosocial context, Juanita H. Williams

Psychology of women : behavior in a biosocial context, Juanita H. Williams

Label
Psychology of women : behavior in a biosocial context
Title
Psychology of women
Title remainder
behavior in a biosocial context
Statement of responsibility
Juanita H. Williams
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1922-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Williams, Juanita H.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Women
  • Women
  • Identification (Psychology)
  • Psychology
  • Sexual Behavior
  • Women
Label
Psychology of women : behavior in a biosocial context, Juanita H. Williams
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 405-426
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Myths, stereotypes, and the psychology of women -- A. Mythic woman -- 1. Woman as mother nature -- 2. Woman as enchantress-seductress -- 3. Woman as necessary evil -- 4. Woman as therapy -- B. From myth to stereotype: the virtuous woman -- C. From stereotype to the psychology of women -- II. Psychoanalysis and the woman question -- A. Sigmund Freud -- 1. The early development of psychoanalysis -- 2. The psychological stages -- 3. Freud's theory of female development -- 4. Psychoanalytic research and psychotherapy -- B. Helene Deutsch -- 1. Psychosexual development -- 2. Narcissism, passivity, and masochism -- 3. Deutsch's type theory -- 4. Sexuality and the feminine role -- C. Erik Erikson -- 1. Psychosocial development: the "eight ages of man" -- 2. Youth and identity -- 3. Sex differences and the use of space -- III. Woman and milieu: innovative views -- A. Karen Horney -- B. Clara Thompson -- C. Alfred Adler -- D. Margaret Mead -- IV. Sexual dimorphism, biology, and behavior -- A. Determinants of sexual differences -- 1. Genetic determinants -- 2. Hormonal determinants -- B. Hormones and behavior -- 1. Experimental studies -- 2. Human studies -- C. Gender identity -- D. Puberty: Physical and hormonal changes -- E. Menarche and the menstrual cycle -- F. Dysfunctions associated with the menstrual cycle -- G. Behavior and the menstrual cycle -- H. The climacterium -- I. The sex ratio -- V. The emergence of sex differences -- A. Infancy -- 1. Physical development -- 2. Neonatal behavior -- 3. Cognitive development -- 4. Social and affective behavior -- B. The emergence of sex differences -- 1. Physical developments -- 2. Intellectual and cognitive abilities -- 3. Determinants of sex differences -- 4. Social and affective behavior -- C. What do we know about sex differences? -- VI. Growing up female -- A. How children learn -- 1. Reinforcement -- 2. Modeling -- 3. Cognitive-developmental theory -- B. Development of sex-role identification -- C. Parental identification in adolescent girls -- D. Sex typing and socialization -- 1. Parental influences -- 2. Other influences -- E. Achievement: conflict and resolution -- F. The development of competence in girls -- G. Values and interests -- VII. Sexuality -- A. Only yesterday: the Victorian context -- B. The study of human sexuality -- C. Sexual anatomy -- 1. External genitalia -- 2. Internal reproductive system -- D. Physiology of sexual response -- 1. Factors relating to orgasm -- 2. Theories of orgasm -- E. Sexual behavior -- 1. Development of sexuality -- 2. The sexual revolution? -- 3. Experiencing sex -- F. Sexual dysfunction -- 1. General sexual dysfunction -- 2. Orgasmic dysfunction -- 3. Vaginismus -- G. Etiology of sexual dysfunction -- 1. Intrapsychic factors -- 2. Dyadic factors -- 3. Situational factors -- H. Treatment of sexual dysfunction -- I. Homosexuality -- VIII. Birth control -- A. Values of birth control -- B. Methods of birth control -- 1. Abstinence -- 2. Sterilization -- 3. Contraception -- 4. Abortion
  • -- IX. Pregnancy, childbirth, and breast-feeding -- A. Motivations for having children -- B. Pregnancy -- C. Childbirth -- 1. Cross-cultural attitudes and practices -- 2. Labor and birth -- D. Lactation -- E. Effects of maternal behaviors -- F. Preparation for childbearing -- G. Imitations of pregnancy -- H. Sexuality of pregnancy -- I. Psychological aspects of pregnancy -- J. The postpartum period -- K. Breast-feeding -- X. Life styles: tradition and change -- A. The traditional role -- 1. The role of housewife -- 2. The role of mother -- B. New ways to live -- 1. Open marriage -- 2. Alternatives to marriage -- C. The future of motherhood -- D. Conservative adaptations -- 1. Why women work -- 2. Role adaptations -- 3. The power shift -- XI. Psyche and society: variations from the norm -- A. Early life adaptation of girls -- B. Delinquency and crime -- 1. Delinquency in girls -- 2. Women and crime -- C. Women in prison -- Rehabilitation -- D. Mental and emotional disorders -- 1. Rates of mental disorders -- 2. Suicide -- E. Social roles and mental disorders -- F. The double standard for mental health -- G. Women as patients -- H. Women and psychotherapy -- I. Consciousness raising -- XII. Middle age and aging -- A. Biological aspects of aging -- B. Psychological reactions -- C. Sexuality and aging -- D. Widowhood -- E. After widowhood: an example -- F. Personality and aging -- G. Attitudes toward aging -- XIII. On understanding women: contributing resources -- A. Biology -- B. Sex-role socialization -- C. Life chances -- 1. Education -- 2. Employment -- 3. Marriage and the family -- 4. Participation in public life -- D. Personality -- 1. Individual differences -- 2. The personality of the individual
Control code
2646219
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xv, 444 pages
Lccn
76056740
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)229248
Label
Psychology of women : behavior in a biosocial context, Juanita H. Williams
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 405-426
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I. Myths, stereotypes, and the psychology of women -- A. Mythic woman -- 1. Woman as mother nature -- 2. Woman as enchantress-seductress -- 3. Woman as necessary evil -- 4. Woman as therapy -- B. From myth to stereotype: the virtuous woman -- C. From stereotype to the psychology of women -- II. Psychoanalysis and the woman question -- A. Sigmund Freud -- 1. The early development of psychoanalysis -- 2. The psychological stages -- 3. Freud's theory of female development -- 4. Psychoanalytic research and psychotherapy -- B. Helene Deutsch -- 1. Psychosexual development -- 2. Narcissism, passivity, and masochism -- 3. Deutsch's type theory -- 4. Sexuality and the feminine role -- C. Erik Erikson -- 1. Psychosocial development: the "eight ages of man" -- 2. Youth and identity -- 3. Sex differences and the use of space -- III. Woman and milieu: innovative views -- A. Karen Horney -- B. Clara Thompson -- C. Alfred Adler -- D. Margaret Mead -- IV. Sexual dimorphism, biology, and behavior -- A. Determinants of sexual differences -- 1. Genetic determinants -- 2. Hormonal determinants -- B. Hormones and behavior -- 1. Experimental studies -- 2. Human studies -- C. Gender identity -- D. Puberty: Physical and hormonal changes -- E. Menarche and the menstrual cycle -- F. Dysfunctions associated with the menstrual cycle -- G. Behavior and the menstrual cycle -- H. The climacterium -- I. The sex ratio -- V. The emergence of sex differences -- A. Infancy -- 1. Physical development -- 2. Neonatal behavior -- 3. Cognitive development -- 4. Social and affective behavior -- B. The emergence of sex differences -- 1. Physical developments -- 2. Intellectual and cognitive abilities -- 3. Determinants of sex differences -- 4. Social and affective behavior -- C. What do we know about sex differences? -- VI. Growing up female -- A. How children learn -- 1. Reinforcement -- 2. Modeling -- 3. Cognitive-developmental theory -- B. Development of sex-role identification -- C. Parental identification in adolescent girls -- D. Sex typing and socialization -- 1. Parental influences -- 2. Other influences -- E. Achievement: conflict and resolution -- F. The development of competence in girls -- G. Values and interests -- VII. Sexuality -- A. Only yesterday: the Victorian context -- B. The study of human sexuality -- C. Sexual anatomy -- 1. External genitalia -- 2. Internal reproductive system -- D. Physiology of sexual response -- 1. Factors relating to orgasm -- 2. Theories of orgasm -- E. Sexual behavior -- 1. Development of sexuality -- 2. The sexual revolution? -- 3. Experiencing sex -- F. Sexual dysfunction -- 1. General sexual dysfunction -- 2. Orgasmic dysfunction -- 3. Vaginismus -- G. Etiology of sexual dysfunction -- 1. Intrapsychic factors -- 2. Dyadic factors -- 3. Situational factors -- H. Treatment of sexual dysfunction -- I. Homosexuality -- VIII. Birth control -- A. Values of birth control -- B. Methods of birth control -- 1. Abstinence -- 2. Sterilization -- 3. Contraception -- 4. Abortion
  • -- IX. Pregnancy, childbirth, and breast-feeding -- A. Motivations for having children -- B. Pregnancy -- C. Childbirth -- 1. Cross-cultural attitudes and practices -- 2. Labor and birth -- D. Lactation -- E. Effects of maternal behaviors -- F. Preparation for childbearing -- G. Imitations of pregnancy -- H. Sexuality of pregnancy -- I. Psychological aspects of pregnancy -- J. The postpartum period -- K. Breast-feeding -- X. Life styles: tradition and change -- A. The traditional role -- 1. The role of housewife -- 2. The role of mother -- B. New ways to live -- 1. Open marriage -- 2. Alternatives to marriage -- C. The future of motherhood -- D. Conservative adaptations -- 1. Why women work -- 2. Role adaptations -- 3. The power shift -- XI. Psyche and society: variations from the norm -- A. Early life adaptation of girls -- B. Delinquency and crime -- 1. Delinquency in girls -- 2. Women and crime -- C. Women in prison -- Rehabilitation -- D. Mental and emotional disorders -- 1. Rates of mental disorders -- 2. Suicide -- E. Social roles and mental disorders -- F. The double standard for mental health -- G. Women as patients -- H. Women and psychotherapy -- I. Consciousness raising -- XII. Middle age and aging -- A. Biological aspects of aging -- B. Psychological reactions -- C. Sexuality and aging -- D. Widowhood -- E. After widowhood: an example -- F. Personality and aging -- G. Attitudes toward aging -- XIII. On understanding women: contributing resources -- A. Biology -- B. Sex-role socialization -- C. Life chances -- 1. Education -- 2. Employment -- 3. Marriage and the family -- 4. Participation in public life -- D. Personality -- 1. Individual differences -- 2. The personality of the individual
Control code
2646219
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xv, 444 pages
Lccn
76056740
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)229248

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