James Mark Baldwin.The Individual and Society
or Psychology and Sociology. Boston: Richard G. Badger
Written after he had the 1908 scandal that removed him from Johns
Hopkins' faculty, Baldwin coincidentally chose the same publisher Thomas
would choose to take over publication of The Polish Peasant in Europe
and America after his dismissal from the University of Chicago in
Baldwin shared with Allport the belief that because behavior is
individual — i.e., groups don't act, their members do— then the subject
matter of Social Psychology is the appropriate pervue of Psychology.
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