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Conceptual & historical issues in psychology / Brad Piekkola

By: Piekkola, Brad | [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Los Angeles London New Delhi: SAGE, 2017Description: x, 363 pages, illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1473916151; 9781473916159; 9781473916166; 147391616X.Other title: Conceptual and historical issues in psychology.Subject(s): Psychology | Psychology | Psychology | -- History | Genre/Form: History. | Textbooks. | Textbooks.DDC classification: 150
Contents:
Chapter 1 - Psychological Inquiry as an Evolving Human Practice Chapter 2 - Historical Conceptual Issues Chapter 3 - Science and Psychology Chapter 4 - Physiology and Phenomenology Chapter 5 - Nature and Nurture Chapter 6 - The Mind-Body Problem Chapter 7 - Philosophy of Science Chapter 8 - Mainstream and its Critics Chapter 9 - Critical Psychology and Feminist Psychology Chapter 10 - Psychological Methods and Practice Chapter 11 - The Cognitive Revolution Chapter 12 - Free Will Versus determinism
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Chapter 1 - Psychological Inquiry as an Evolving Human Practice Chapter 2 - Historical Conceptual Issues Chapter 3 - Science and Psychology Chapter 4 - Physiology and Phenomenology Chapter 5 - Nature and Nurture Chapter 6 - The Mind-Body Problem Chapter 7 - Philosophy of Science Chapter 8 - Mainstream and its Critics Chapter 9 - Critical Psychology and Feminist Psychology Chapter 10 - Psychological Methods and Practice Chapter 11 - The Cognitive Revolution Chapter 12 - Free Will Versus determinism

Includes bibliographical references (pages [327]-350) and index.

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