I thought that when you mentioned how in earlier times, behaviorists opposed internal events like thinking since they cannot be observed publicly and termed them as unobjective it’s very important to touch upon because it shows how much has changed in terms of what can be considered objective and subjective. Through cognitive psychology, it has been concluded that “isolated brain damage (biology) could affect behavior (psychology)” (Gazzaniga et al., 2019, p. 6). As you mentioned, memory, attention, and problem-solving are things that are not easily observable, if at all, but they are as important as studying behavior when it comes to understanding others. Do you think that one day we will be able to study the formation and storage of memory objectively?
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