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The present situ.at ion in psychology is a strange mixture of para.dox, dilemma and confusion, with many self-confident schools of thought in the field, each somewhat antagonistic to the others. The history of other sciences reveals that these are the growing pains out of which there will emerge the matured science. Meanwhile, the squabbles and the confusion are here and we must do something about them.
Trainor, J. C. (1935). A Technique for Inter-Translating Psychological Theories. In H. Baugh (Ed.), General semantics: papers from the first American Congress for General Semantics (pp. 50-51). Arrow Editions.
General semantics: papers from the first American Congress for General Semantics
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