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==Philosophy and psychology templates==
 
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* [[Template:Category-Epistemology/header]]
 
* [[Template:Meaning]]
 
* [[Template:Meaning]]
 
* [[Template:Phil&Psy]] - Tying together articles on philosophy for psychologists
 
* [[Template:Phil&Psy]] - Tying together articles on philosophy for psychologists
 
* [[Template:Philmind]] - Tying together articles on the philosophy of mind
 
* [[Template:Philmind]] - Tying together articles on the philosophy of mind
 
* [[Template:Sem]] - Articles on Semiotics
 
* [[Template:Sem]] - Articles on Semiotics
 
   
 
==Physiological psychology templates==
 
==Physiological psychology templates==

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