Floyd Henry Allport

Maxwell School of Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
political psychology, social psychology
"Floyd Allport"

Older brother of Gordon Allport, considered the founder of social psychologist

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Hugo Münsterberg grad student Harvard
Edwin Bissell Holt grad student 1919 Harvard
Herbert Langfeld grad student 1919 Harvard
 (see Portraits of pioneers in Psyc, Vol. 3, pp. 123+)
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Allport FH. (1967) A theory of enestruence (event-structure theory): report of progress. The American Psychologist. 22: 1-24
ALLPORT FH. (1962) A structuronomic conception of behavior: individual and collective. I. Structural theory and the master problem of social psychology. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. 64: 3-30
ALLPORT FH, TANNENBAUM AS. (1956) Personality structure and group structure: an interpretative study of their relationship through an event-structure hypothesis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 53: 272-80
ALLPORT FH. (1954) The structuring of events: outline of a general theory with applications to psychology. Psychological Review. 61: 281-303
Morse NC, Allport FH. (1952) The Causation of Anti-Semitism: An Investigation of Seven Hypotheses Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 34: 197-233
Allport FH, Simpson MM. (1946) Broadcasting to an Enemy Country: What Appeals are Effective, and Why Journal of Social Psychology. 23: 217-224
Allport FH, Lepkin M. (1945) Wartime rumors of waste and special privilege: why some people believe them Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. 40: 3-36
Allport FH, Lepkin M. (1943) Building war morale with news-headlines Public Opinion Quarterly. 7: 211-221
Allport FH. (1942) Methods in the Study of Collective Action Phenomena Journal of Social Psychology. 15: 165-185
Allport FH. (1941) Some Research Suggestions on “Morale” Journal of Social Psychology. 14: 257-261
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