The behaviorist sees psychology as an objective experimental branch of natural science that can be studied without references to consciousness. Estimating states of consciousness as objects of investigation in themselves will allow the findings of psychology to become functional correlates of structure that can be explained in physicochemical terms. (SLD)
This 100th anniversary issue features reprints of significant articles from the past with commentaries. Reprint of an essay originally published in 1913. For related documents, see TM 518 231-232.