Between Mind and Nature: A History of Psychology

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We live in a psychological age. Psychologists are increasingly prominent and active in every sphere of life and we understand ourselves in psychological terms. It was not always so: psychology has a history. The word 'psychology' flags the idea that there is or, will be, a unified, true knowledge of the mind. Currently, the candidacy of evolutionary neuroscience holds sway. Yet, now and in the past, 'psychology' is a family name for a bewildering range of beliefs and preoccupations about what psychologists know and do. ...

Between Mind and Nature: A History of Psychology 2013, Reaktion Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781780230986

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