Psychology's Compositional ProblemBy
- K.P. Hillner
The primary purpose of this book is to document the pervasive ramifications of the compositional problem (the discipline's historical inability to define or give a technical specification to psychological phenomena) for the conduction of academic, experimental psychology at five levels of analysis: methodological, epiphenomenal, explanatory, metaphysical, and normative.
Advances in Psychology
Published: January 1987
... Hillner emerges as a truly worthy opponent: he is articulate, succinct, and insightful, following the style established in his earlier History and Systems of Modern Psychology (1984). ... I would recommend this text for any advanced undergraduate, graduate student or professional seeking a theoretical framework for the task of integration.
Hendrika Van de Kemp, Journal of Psychology & Theology