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Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

This bibliography includes works referred to in the text
as well as important works of reference.

D. M. Armstrong, A Materialist Theory of Mind (London
and New York, 1968). F. H. Bradley, The Principles of Logic,
2nd ed. (London and New York, 1922). N. Chomsky, Review
of B. F. Skinner, Verbal Behavior, Language, 35 (1959),
26-58. E. R. Guthrie, The Psychology of Learning (New
York, 1935); idem, and E. P. Horton, Cats in a Puzzle Box
(New York, 1946). D. W. Hamlyn, “Behaviour,” Philosophy,
28 (1953), 132-45; idem, “Causality and Human Behav-
iour,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supp. Vol. 38
(1964), 125-42. E. R. Hilgard, Theories of Learning, 2nd ed.
(New York, 1956). T. Hobbes, De corpore, Works, Vol. I,
ed. W. Molesworth (London, 1839); idem, Leviathan, Vol.
III (London, 1839), idem, Leviathan, Vol.
III (London, 1839). C. L. Hull, The Principles of Behavior
(New York, 1943). K. S. Lashley, “The Behaviorist Inter-
pretation of Consciousness,” Psychological Review, 30
(1923), 237-72, 329-53; idem, Brain Mechanisms and Intel-
ligence
(Chicago, 1929). K. MacCorquodale and P. E. Meehl,
“On a Distinction between Hypothetical Constructs and
Intervening Variables,” Psychological Review, 55 (1948),
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Mind, 60 (1951), 43-61; idem, and H. Tajfel, “Hobbes and
Hull: Metaphysicians of Behavior,” British Journal of the
Philosophy of Science,
7 (1957), 30-44. R. S. Peters, The
Concept of Motivation
(London and New York, 1958; reprint
New York, 1965); idem, ed., Brett's History of Psychology,
rev. ed. (London and New York, 1962); idem, “Emotions,
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Organisms
(New York, 1938); idem, Science and Human
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(New York, 1953); idem, Verbal Behavior (New
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logical Terms,” Psychological Review, 52 (1945), 270-77.
J. J. C. Smart, Philosophy and Scientific Realism (London and
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Psychology of Feeling and Attention
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Tolman, Purposive Behavior in Animals and Man (New
York, 1932). J. B. Watson, Psychology from the Standpoint
of the Behaviorist
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Wolman, Contemporary Theories and Systems in Psychology
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of Psychology
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