Science and Human Behavior“In recalling a name it is assumed that the response exists in some strength and that other information is available as a source of supplementary stimulation. These are the essential features of a broader and generally more complex activity commonly called “problem-solving,” “thinking,” or “reasoning.” The analysis of recalling a name thus serves as a preface to a much more important field of human behavior.” (p. 246)

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