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This context postulates that we are products of our surroundings and antiquity (Bruck, 1968; Rosenhan & Seligman, 1989; Thomas, 1968). Behaviorism developed from this empiricist view, and the cognitive model grew from there (Rosenhan & Seligman, 1989). Early in this century, psychologists were preoccupied with the study of consciousness through introspection; however, the debate continues as to whether thoughts always accurately reflect the precise content of what is experienced (Schwartz & Johnson, 1988).
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