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Cognitive psychology has been criticised from a number of standpoints. Preatotius (2000)[1] and Shannon (2002)[2] make the point that contemporary cognitive psychology ignores both epistemology and ontology

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  1. Praetorius, N. (2000). Principle of Cognition, Language and Action: Essays on the Foundations of a Science of Psychology. Dordrecht/Boston/New York: Kluwer Academic Press.
  2. Benny Shanon (2002) Cognition, Epistemology, Ontology. Psycoloquy: 13(007) Cognition Action (2) [1]

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