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Implications of emerging areas for psychology education and training: the case of neuroscience, psychophysiology, and biological psychology

ByWOLFGANG H. R. MILTNER

Introduction While theories on cognition, emotion, and action have been the main domain of philosophy for hundreds of years, most contemporary concepts and theories on these central human functions have emerged from psychological experimental and empirical research in countries where modern psychological laboratories became established during the last 150 years.