100 Most Important Science Books
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Tue Nov 16 18:43:36 EST 1999
> > In article <3L2X3.189959$5r2.431195 at tor-nn1.netcom.ca>, David Lloyd-
> > Jones <icomm5 at netcom.ca> writes
> > >Agreed on both points. The question about psychology would be what books
> > >have we seen yet that qualify for the list?
> Pavlov, Spence, Hull, Hebb, Skinner there are lots of classics, half of
> psychology and a large part of neuroscience are based on. It's hard to
> say which is the most significant, but it's probably Pavlov's.
But you would have to include Pavlov's much less successful cat
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