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VIVES, Juan Luis

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De anima et vita libri tres.

Basel: Robert Winter, 1538.

Vives anticipated Bacon and Descartes in developing an empirical psychology in which the mind was to be studied both through introspection and observation of others. From his exhaustive analysis of memory he developed a theory of association of ideas, which recognized the emotional origin of certain associations, as well as the link between associations, emotions and memory. He was also the first to describe the physiological effects of fear.



Subjects: NEUROSCIENCE › Neuropsychology › Memory, PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY › Cognitive Disorders