The Psychology of Consciousness

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Psychology - 542 pages
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This work covers topics of consciousness from both a natural science and cognitive psychology viewpoint. Based on the belief that psychology is a natural phenomenon and product of the brain's functioning, it emphasizes systematic research and theoretical interpretations and discusses clinical applications as well as conceptual and philosophical issues.

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The Concept of Consciousness
Characteristics of Consciousness
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