Classification of unconscious phenomena and the category of activity
For many years, the subject of consciousness has been beyond the pale of American academic psychology. Every history of psychology tells us that Wundt’s structuralism sought to study the «contents of consciousness» and that the failure of this effort resulted in Watsonian behaviorism (at least, within the American context). In recent years, however, there has been a reawakening of interest among cognitive psychologists in the phenomenon of conscious awareness.
Asmolov A. Classification of unconscious phenomena and the category of activity // Soviet Psychology. — 1991. — no. 3.
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