Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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Science wants an explanation in terms of cause and effect, but the kind of psychology they. * A good account of this side of German psychology is given by Kluver. SIGNIFICANCE, VALUE 19.
of cause and effect, but the kind of psychology they opposed gavt explanations in terms of motives and values. This, the experimental psychologists averred, was no explanation at all, whereas their work was concerned with true causal ...
... just because it applies to any and every kind of behaviour. And clearly, when I view the molar behaviour of these two apes, I find that one uses the box as a stool; the other uses it as a seat. This description is as adequate as ...
retain the behavioural environment as that kind of reality which contains the manipulanda and possibly other things as well. In other words, we maintain that the relation between behaviour and the geographical environment must remain ...
The question whether the descriptions of Levy-Bruhl and Piaget arc right or not does not enter here, for even if, or inasmuch as, they are wrong, a true description would be a description of the same kind; it would be a field ...
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