Consciousness and the voices of the mind.

@article{Jaynes1986ConsciousnessAT,
  title={Consciousness and the voices of the mind.},
  author={J. Jaynes},
  journal={Canadian Psychology},
  year={1986},
  volume={27},
  pages={128-148}
}
  • J. Jaynes
  • Published 1986
  • Psychology
  • Canadian Psychology
Born in West Newton, Massachusetts, Julian Jaynes did his undergraduate work at Harvard and McGill and received both his master’s and doctoral degrees in psychology from Yale. While the Psychology Department at Princeton, which he joined in 1964, is still his academic base, Dr. Jaynes has had numerous positions as Visiting Lecturer or Scholar in Residence in departments of philosophy, English, and archeology and in numerous medical schools. Starting out as a traditional comparative… Expand
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