Stimulus-Response Mediation in Psychophysiology
In the preceding chapter I have discussed various notions of the “situation” and of determinants of behavior as discussed in personality psychology. The task of this chapter will be to apply the previous discussion to the psychophysiological domain and to offer a working model of stimulus-response mediation from which the main concepts to be used later on in this book can be inferred.
KeywordsEntropy Fractionation Expense Posit Stake
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