Mind

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(Representation of faculties of the human mind.) The mind is the totality of phenomena and mental faculties: perception, affectivity, intuition, thought, concept, judgment, morality … In many religious traditions, it is a principle of the intangible life of the human … Read More

Behaviourism

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Behaviorism is a branch of psychology that studies observable behavior and analysis it as a process within the environment and as the history of the individual’s interactions with his environment. Behaviorism is based on experimentation and scientific measurement. It aims … Read More

Type-identity theory

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The theory of mind-brain identity is a form of philosophical materialism concerning the nature of the mind. It is one of the main versions of the theory of psychophysical (mental/cerebral) identity with which it must not be confused. History The … Read More

Philosophy of psychology

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The philosophy of psychology refers to questions about the theoretical foundations of modern psychology. Some of these questions are epistemological concerns of the methodology of psychological study. For example : What is the most appropriate method for psychology: mentalism, behaviorism, … Read More

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