Without a psychological perspective feist argues we cannot fully understand the development of scientific thinking or scientific geniusthe author explores the major subdisciplines within psychology as well as allied areas including biological neuroscience and developmental cognitive personality and social psychology to show how each sheds light on how scientific thinking interest and . Feist 2006 s book titled the psychology of science summarizes historical and contemporary contributions to the study of science and offers a theoretical and empirically informed account of the. Psychology of science the origins of the scientific mind 06 by feist gregory j paperback 2008 feist on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers psychology of science the origins of the scientific mind 06 by feist gregory j paperback 2008. The psychology of science and the origins of the scientific mind by gregory j feist new haven connecticut yale university press 3800 xix 316 p ill index isbn 0 300 11074 x 2006. In this book gregory feist reviews and consolidates the scattered literatures on the psychology of science then calls for the establishment of the field as a unique discipline he offers the most comprehensive perspective yet on how science came to be possible in our species and on the important role of psychological forces in an individuals development of scientific interest talent and
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