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Traditional psychology has not been short of attempts to define 'human nature' and critical psychology has been understandably wary if not hostile to these candidates. fronically what we now regard as mainstream has often itself been seen as critical opposition at earlier j unctures. Some critical voices held out early hope that cognitive psychology might prove to be a radical alternative to behaviourism (Sedgwick, 1 974; Shallice, 1 984), precisely because it appeared to reinvest the subject with some agency (just as behaviourism was held up by many seeking to counter the hereditarian notions of personality and intelligence).
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