The Psychologist's; Imagination and Sexual Imagery

  • Joseph E. Shorr


Does the stream of consciousness belong solely to literary figures such as Franz Kafka, James Joyce, Virginia Wolf, etc., or can the psychologist’s imagination be used to capture this stream and make it eligible for scientific investigation? The Watsonian denial is a thing of the past, yet still most cognitive psychologists regard consciousness as if it were merely short-term storage or a central processing unit.


Central Processing Unit Sexual Attitude Sexual Information Male Prisoner Subjective Meaning 
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