Consciousness and psychological science
Journal/Book: Brit J Psychol. 1999; 90: St Andrews House, 48 Princess Rd East, Leicester Le1 7Dr, Leics, England. British Psychological Soc. 611-624.
Abstract: The growth of research on consciousness creates an opportunity to enrich psychological practice. This paper suggests that a more even balance between third- and first-person perspectives may now be sought, and that this will make possible more informed interaction between psychological science and pre-scientific traditions for investigating the mind. This paper concludes by discussing how such developments might enhance the image of psychological science.
Note: Review Pickering J, Univ Warwick, Dept Psychol, Coventry CV4 7AL, W Midlands, ENGLAND