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Acquiring Knowledge of a Person as a Task
The Cognitive Needs Under Conditions of Fear
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able abstract accept anxiety beautiful become behavior better blind BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY certainly classical science clinical cognitive concepts creative defense defined desacralizing describe dichotomized effort emotions empirical attitude empirical theory ence epistemology esthetic everything example experience experiencing experiential knowledge fact fear feel Gestalt Psychology goals holistic human humanistic idiographic impersonal implies impulses instance intellectual interpersonal interpersonal relationship intuitive John Dewey Society kind knower knowl laissez-faire learned least less logical look Maslow meaning mechanistic methods monistic mystery nature necessary ness nomothetic noninterfering normal numbers object observer oneself organizing orthodox science pathologized patient peak experiences perceive perception perhaps person philosophy possible preconscious predictable priori problems psychoanalysis psychotherapist question reality realm receptive reliable rience schizophrenic scientific scientific method scientist self-actualization sense social spectator knowledge Synanon Taoistic things tion true truth trying ultimate uncon understand values Weltanschauung word world view