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Problems in complex variable theory by Jan G Krzyż

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Although discussion of laws remains commonplace in philosophical accounts of psychological practice, appeal to laws in the explanation of psychological phenomena has become increasingly peripheral in psychology proper — especially with the rise of the cognitivist tradition. Examination of the explanatory discourse of psychologists reveals a shift in emphasis from laws to mechanisms — mechanisms of motivation and drug addition, mechanisms of motor development, auditory recognition mechanisms, etc.

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