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Postcognitive psychology is the postmodern condition of a psychology yet to come as proposed by theorist Matthew Giobbi.[1] The term postcognitive was first used in Giobbi's book A Postcognitive Negation: The Sadomasochistic Dialectic of American Psychology.[2] Psychologists and theorists have discussed the post-cognitive[3][4] which Giobbi differentiates by exclusion of the -. Giobbi's postcognitive is a folding upon itself in a non-linear fashion which transcends the narrative function of the -, thus leaving the field on a plateau of new ways of doing psychology.[5]

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