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Identifying linear time as an assumption of psychology that unduly restricts both theory and therapy, the author shows how its dominance creates anomalies in several psychological specialties. He contends that these unnoticed anomalies point to alternative conceptions of time that offer innovative ideas for psychological explanation and treatment. Paper edition (unseen), $16.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction 1
1 Newtonian Time and Psychological Explanation 13
The Rise of Linear Time in Western Culture 14
Newtonian Time 16
Newton's Temporal Framework for Explanation 18
Criticisms of Newton's Framework 21
Psychology's Newtonian Framework 25
2 Developmental Psychology 31
The History of Time and Developmental Studies 32
The Newtonian Framework and Developmental Stages 38
Newtonian Explanations of Social Development 41
Anomalies to the Newtonian Paradigm for Development 44
3 Personality Theory 55
The Conceptual Roots of Personality Theory 57
Objectivist and Subjectivist Models of Time 59
Freud as a Mixed Model Theorist 62
The Objectivist Tradition in Personality 68
Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory 72
The Subjectivist Tradition-Newtonian Anomalies 77
4 Psychological Method 87
The History of Method and Time 88
The Newtonian Framework of Method 92
Anomalous Methods 99
5 Cognitive Psychology 109
Time and Associationism - A Brief History 110
Rationalism Versus Empiricism 114
Time and Contemporary Cognitive Psychology 117
Language and Problem Solving 121
Anomalies to the Current Paradigm 124
6 Individual Therapy 139
The History of Individual Therapy and Time 140
Modern Individual Therapy and Time 147
7 Group Therapy 163
Linear Time and the Study of Groups 164
The History of Group Therapy and Time 167
The Current Status of Group Therapy 170
8 Family Therapy 183
The History of Family Therapy and Time 184
The Current Status of Family Therapy 189
9 General Temporal Themes of Explanation 207
General Themes of the Newtonian Temporal Paradigm 208
General Anomalies to the Newtonian Temporal Paradigm 219
Implications of the Anomalies for Causation and Change 230
10 Alternative Assumptions of Time 239
Organismic Holism 240
Hermeneutic Temporality 254
Notes 271
Bibliography 309
Index 331
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