Asch may refer to:

In People:

  • Frank Asch (born 1946), American writer
  • Moe Asch (1905–1986), founder of Folkways Records, son of Sholem Asch
  • Nathan Asch (1902–1964), American writer
  • Peter Asch (born 1948), American water polo player
  • Ricardo Asch (born 1947), Argentinian endocrinologist
  • Roland Asch (born 1950), German race car driver
  • Sholem Asch (1880–1957), Polish Yiddish writer
  • Solomon Asch (1907–1996), US psychologist
  • Paul Friedrich August Ascherson, German botanist, known by the author abbreviation "Asch"

In Places:

  • Aš, Czech Republic
  • Asch (Netherlands), a village


  • Asch the Bloody, a character in Tales of the Abyss
  • American Society of Church History
  • American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Other articles related to "asch":

Smithsonian Folkways - History - Folkways Records
... In 1905, Moses "Moe" Asch was born in Poland ... His father, Sholem Asch, a successful author, made enough money to move the family to Paris in 1912 ... In the mid-1920s, Asch studied radio engineering in Germany, a center for the new science ...
Peter Asch
... Peter Gregory Asch "Pasch" (born October 16, 1948) is a retired water polo player from the United States, who won the bronze medal with the Men's National Team at the ... Asch is Jewish ... During his college career at UC Berkeley, Asch served as water polo team captain from 1968–1969, earned All-America honors in water polo for the Bears three straight years ...
Adolph Von Asch Zu Asch Auf Oberndorff
... Adolph Freiherr von Asch zu Asch auf Oberndorff (October 30, 1839 – February 18, 1906) was a Bavarian Lieutenant General and War Minister from June 5, 1893 to April 4 ...
Conformity - Specific Predictors - Different Stimuli
1961 Stanley Milgram published a study in which he utilized Asch's conformity paradigm using audio tones instead of lines he conducted his study in Norway and France ... He found substantially higher levels of conformity than Asch, with participants conforming 62% of the time in France and 50% of the time in Norway during critical trials ... Stanley Milgram's study demonstrated that Asch's study could be replicated with other stimuli, and that in the case of tones, there was a high degree ...
Asch, Netherlands
... Asch is a town in the Dutch province of Gelderland ... In 2001, the town of Asch had 176 inhabitants ... The statistical area "Asch", which also can include the peripheral parts of the village, as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 400 ...