The Cognitive Revolution in Psychology

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Guilford Press, 1986 - Psychology - 443 pages
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In the last quarter century, academic psych ology has undergone a major intellectual shift of power: from the ruling tenets of behaviorism to those of cognitive theory....This book represents one of the first comprehensive attempts to explain this theoretical shift....A useful text for upper-level undergraduate or graduate courses."

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