Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science
This journal explores the cultural nature of human conduct and its evolutionary history, anthropology, ethology, communication processes between people and within -- as well as between -- societies. It integrates perspectives of the social and biological sciences through theoretical models of epigenesis. Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science (IPBS) features articles that cover theoretical integration of ideas, epistemology of social and biological sciences, and original empirical research articles of general scientific value. IPBS covers the history of the social sciences as relevant for development of theoretical perspectives and empirical elaborations within the social and biological sciences. It integrates knowledge from many fields in a new synthesis of universal social science – overcoming the post-modernist fragmentation of ideas.
48 Volumes 189 Issues 1,633 Articles available from 1966 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
A Comment on Andrew C. Papanicolaou’s “BEYOND EDDINGTON’S ARGUMENT”: Pragmatism in Scientific Knowledge and Perception
Tetsuya Kono (July 2014)
Andrew C. Papanicolaou (July 2014)
Cintia Rodríguez (June 2014)
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