By Wolfgang Linden (auth.), Wolfgang Linden (eds.)
A "New having a look Glass" for Behavioral drugs In 1984, John Briggs, a technological know-how author and expert in interdisciplinary reviews educating on the New tuition for Social learn, and F. David Peat, a physicist who used to be for a few years a fellow with the nationwide learn Council of Canada, released a e-book in regards to the revolutions that have been occurring in physics, arithmetic, chemistry, biology, and neu rophysiology and concerning the scientists whose new theories have been altering our figuring out concerning the nature of the universe. The identify in their ebook was once having a look Glass Universe, after Lewis Carroll's vintage tale of Alice and her associates, throughout the having a look Glass. Briggs and Peat's publication is a well-written, demanding quantity approximately people and the way they consider outdated difficulties in new and infrequently startling methods. I point out Briggs and Peat's ebook basically in part simply because I ensue to have a private curiosity within the power purposes of recent methods of taking a look at and wondering nature and knowledge derived from smooth physics and structures concept for overall healthiness psychology and behavioral medi cine (e. g. , Schwartz, 1984). In a letter Wolfgang Linden wrote to me on January 23,1987, he shared with me (at my request) his tough innovations approximately his own targets for this book.
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