Problems of modern living: psychology of adjustment. This text examines the problems of adjustment with special emphasis on the conditions of modern life.
Problems of modern living: psychology of adjustment. The book is divided into three parts. The first part is concerned with the concept of adjustment. It defines mental health, points to identity problems of young people, and delves into their need to make rational decisions in choices of career, marital partner, and human relationships. The second part presents the factors that affect adjustment.
Problems of Modern Living. Psychology of Adjustment. by Benjamin G. Wolman. Published June 1987 by Amer Pr. Written in English.
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Wolman, B. B. Problems of modern living: Psychology of adjustment. Authors and Affiliations. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions. Personalised recommendations. Boston: American Press, 1984. Cite this chapter as: Wolman .
Benjamin B. Wolman Professor Emeritus Long Island University Brooklyn, New York. IN COLLABORA TlON WITH. Susan Knapp Postgraduate Center for Mental Health New York, New York. Living organisms display certain flexibility; they change, develop, and learn.
Ludy Benjamin, Jr. is Professor of Psychology and Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University and holder of a Presidential Professorship in Teaching Excellence. He received his PhD in experimental psychology from Texas Christian University in 1971, specializing in perception. From 1970 to 1978 he was a member of the faculty at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Following a two-year appointment Ludy Benjamin, Jr.
In psychology, adjustment refers to the behavioral process of balancing conflicting needs, or needs challenged by obstacles in the environment. Humans and animals regularly adjust to their environment. For example, when they are stimulated by their physiological state to seek food, they eat (if possible) to reduce their hunger and thus adjust to the hunger stimulus.
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WOLMAN, Benjamin . OLMAN, Benjamin B. American (born Poland), b. 1908. Genres: Psychiatry, Psychology.
He worked as a lecturer at Columbia University and a Professor of Psychology at Yeshiva University
He worked as a lecturer at Columbia University and a Professor of Psychology at Yeshiva University. From 1958–1962 he worked as a clinical lecturer in psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine . Selected publications. Handbook of Clinical Psychology (1965). Children Without Childhood: A Study of Childhood Schizophrenia (1970).