Brain, Mind, and Behavior: A New Perspective on Human Nature

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Praeger, Jan 1, 1996 - Psychology - 171 pages

This is a most unusual book with profound social, political, and philosophical implications that will inform the national debate on intelligence. It combines personality, temperament, and intelligence in a common theory that demonstrates the fundamental psychological and social significance of human differences in brain function. Dr. Robinson goes from cell to psyche in a manner that will appeal to all who wish to know more about the interrelation of brain, mind, and behavior. The book is a well of facts and insights; it provides a sound basis for teaching and a powerful stimulus for research.

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Pavlovs Study of BrainBehavior Relationships
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DAVID L. ROBINSON is Associate Professor in the Department of Community Medicine and Behavioural Sciences at Kuwait University. Dr. Robinson has lectured and researched at the University of Sydney, the U.S. National Institute on Aging, and Brown University.

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