Comparative Studies of How People Think: An Introduction

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The psychology of thinking has traditionally been in the business of making comparisons between different groups of people. On the whole, these comparisons have rendered a substantial body of knowledge; but all too often, they have suffered the pitfalls of faulty organizational logic and unfounded or invidious conclusions. In this extraordinarily clear and critical introduction, Cole and Jay out the problems involved in comparing how people think.

Comparative Studies of How People Think: An Introduction 1986, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674152618

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Comparative Studies of How People Think: An Introduction, 1981, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674152601

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