Equilibration, Mind and Brain: Toward an Integrated Psychology

By: Parkins, E.J.

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No jacket. Minor ink marks. 1990 Hard Cover. 203 pp. A multidisciplinary progression of Piaget's equilibration, this major work depicts mind/brain as a regulator of equilibratory processes. Parkins describes mind/brain in terms of information representation and processing requirements for learning-based control. He considers a number of psychological processes in terms of his model and also interprets a number of disorders (schizophrenia, depression, epilepsy, and Parkinsonian disorders). Parkins takes a significant step toward an integrated psychology systematically integrating observations and theories from a broad range of psychological disciplines in terms of one principle--equilibration.

Title: Equilibration, Mind and Brain: Toward an Integrated Psychology

Author: Parkins, E.J.

Categories: Psychology,

Publisher: Praeger: 1990

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 1519236

Keywords: PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY HUMAN MIND BEHAVIOR,