Warsaw School of Social Psychology
Distinguishing the agent and recipient perspectives in human perception allows for reflection in the three domains of scientific research. In cognitive psychology, this distinction is well interpreted in the constructive approach enriched with the motivational factors. In the psychology of management, it shows consequences resulting from the relationship between manager and subordinate. Finally, in the philosophy of science, it provokes considerations of the importance of forms and substance in determining scientific laws.
Keywords: constructivism, conflict management, development of knowledge
Cite this article as:
Falkowski, A. (2006). Cognitive, practical, and methodological consequences of agent and recipient perspectives. Psychologia Społeczna, 1, 36-38.