||Study 1. Conceptual and systematic: v.1. Sensory, perceptual, and physiological formulations.- v.2. General systematic formulations, learning, and special processes.- v.3. Formulations of the person and the social context. Study II. Empirical substructure and relations with other sciences: v.4. Biologically oriented fields: their place in psychology and in biological science. v.5. The process areas, the person, and some applied fields: their place in psychology and in science. v.6. Investigations of man as socius: their place in psychology and the social sciences.