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An intellectual history of psychology
Philosophical psychology: defining the subject psychology in the Hellenic age - from the pre-Socratics to the "Dialogues" the Hellenistic age - Aristotle, the Epicureans and the Stoics patristicExpand
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Two diamond-bearing peridotite xenoliths from the finsch kimberlite, South Africa
Two diamond bearing xenoliths found at Finsch Mine are coarse garnet lherzolites, texturally and chemically similar to the dominant mantle xenoliths in that kimberlite. A total of 46 diamondsExpand
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On Reasons and Causes
Having defended the distinction between reasons and causes often and having argued that psychological explanations cannot ignore the former (Robinson, 1976, 1978, 1979), I can only commend RychlakExpand
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Consciousness and Mental Life
PrefaceAcknowledgments1. The Greeks (Again) and the "Consciousness" Problem2. The Problem of Consciousness "Solved"3. "Cartesianism" Revisited4. Higher-Order Thought: A Machine in the Ghost5.Expand
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Disinhibition of Visually Masked Stimuli
Backward-masking conditions were established for a pair of circularpatch stimuli. A third stimulus was then selected so as to mask the second when the second and the third were presented in theExpand
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Phylogenetics of neotropical Platymiscium (Leguminosae: Dalbergieae): systematics, divergence times, and biogeography inferred from nuclear ribosomal and plastid DNA sequence data.
Platymiscium is a neotropical legume genus of forest trees in the Pterocarpus clade of the pantropical "dalbergioid" clade. It comprises 19 species (29 taxa), distributed from Mexico to southernExpand
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Wisdom: Wisdom through the ages
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Visual disinhibition with binocular and interocular presentations.
  • D. Robinson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the Optical Society of America
  • 1 February 1968
Subjects were given combinations of two and three brief concentric flashes of equal luminance under backward masking conditions. Intervals between the first (TF) and second (CF) flashes were 10, 20,Expand
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Ethics and advocacy.
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