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Dewey was elected president of the APA inwhile Titchener dropped his membership in the association. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Widiger, “Volume Preface”, in Weiner ed.
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Early behaviorists considered study of the ” mind ” too vague for productive scientific study. The search for biological origins of psychological phenomena has long involved debates about the importance of raceand especially the relationship between race and intelligence.
Ibn Zuhr Avenzoar described disorders similar to meningitisintracranial thrombophlebitisand mediastinal germ cell tumors ; Averroes attributed photoreceptor properties to the retina ; and Maimonides described rabies and belladonna intoxication.
Some observers perceive a gap between scientific theory and its application—in particular, the application of unsupported or unsound clinical practices. Throughout the 20th century, psychoanalysis evolved into diverse schools of thought which could be called Neo-Freudian.
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All researched psychological traits are influenced by both genes and environment, to varying degrees. Psychologists may also work on a diverse set of campaigns known broadly as psychological warfare. Qualitative researchers  sometimes aim to enrich interpretations or critiques of symbolssubjective experiences, or social structures.
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