Affect, epistemology, and the perceptual-ecological perspective: Interpersonal processes and affordances in psychotherapy

@article{Alpher2004AffectEA,
  title={Affect, epistemology, and the perceptual-ecological perspective: Interpersonal processes and affordances in psychotherapy},
  author={Victor S. Alpher},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={101-113}
}
Burrell recently presented an approach to epistemology in psychotherapy called the “motor-evolutionary metatheory.” This approach to therapeutic learning and knowledge is driven by the information-processing approach to cognition. It is characterized by an acceptance of the doctrine of the impoverishment of sense data, an information-processing theory of… CONTINUE READING