Focus on the mind-body problem has been on the internal differences to answer whether the mind and body are separate or unified. Is the embodied cognition movement that looks externally to see how mind-brain is integrated with the body and its environment a step forward or backward in the field of psychology? Please provide justification and deliberate which of these two views most closely aligns with your own.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:33 am ad1c9bdddf
I think that the embodied cognition movement that looks externally to see how mind-brain is integrated with the body and its environment is a step forward in the field of psychology. This is due to the fact that this is a scientifically valid methodology by which to demonstrate the integration and unification of the mind and body. In addition, it can be readily ascertained from situations in ...
This solution discusses the scientific validity of the mind-body connection.
What theories about the causes of disease have persisted from early times until today?
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1. What theories about the causes of disease have persisted from early times until today? Do you think that any of the basic principles of disease occurrence are interrelated? Explain. Reference your response.
2. What were the major "breakthroughs" that contributed to a more scientific understanding of disease causation? Reference your response.
3. Are there any measures for disease prevention which were used in early times that should/could be used today? Why do you think some were discarded as preventive measures? Reference your response.View Full Posting Details