Changing Mind: Transitions in Natural and Artificial Environments

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 2002 - Medical - 209 pages
This work applies complexity theory to cognitive science, and the result is a transformation of the field. It proposes a biophysical theory of human relations, attempting to expand all its implications (for research and theory). It presents the potential clinical applications of this theory in neuroscience and clinical psychology - a general theory of mind change.

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Orsucci (Rome International University & Institute for Complexity Studies, Rome)

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