Author(s): R.L. Gregory
The Oxford Companion to the Mind contains 1001 alphabetically arranged entries, varying in length from brief definitions to substantial essays on major topics. Its subject matter is extremely broad, and includes philosophy, psychology, and the physiology of the brain and nervous system. There are also a large number of articles on 'topics of mental life', in which well-known writers discuss subjects in which they have a particular expertise or interest. Students of and all those concerned with psychology, psychiatry, neurophysiology, and philosophy of mind; general readers.
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