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Notable landmarks in American social psychology in the s included the following: () the frustration–aggression hypothesis (Dollard, Doob, Miller, Mowrer, & Sears, ), which, derived from stimulus–response concepts, remains social psychology’s primary legacy from the behaviorist tradition, along with the later-appearing Social Learning Theory (Bandura & Walters, ); () interest in the structure and function of attitude, following the growing importance of public opinion research in American society, G.
Among the former are the timely interests of innovating researchers, the explanatory power and potential for novel findings provided by new How We Got Here from There: A Brief History of Social Psychology theories or tools, the leadership of prestigious researchers, and (as seems even more true today than in Jones’s era) funding priorities. , once-promising ideas or findings turn out to be mundane, untenable, or artifactual); and what might be called “benign neglect”—diminished interest in the familiar (see Arkin, , for a relevant collection).
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