Why was the defecating duck such a sensation in 1973? What did it have to do with the development of the “new psychology” and how does it relate to the early psychological paradigms described in Chapters 2 and 3 of your text? (Specifically, can you relate it to the mind-body connection?) Finally, which do you think is more important to the field of psychology, mental processes or physiological reactions?

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Why was the defecating duck such a sensation in 1973? What did it have to do with the development of the “new psychology” and how does it relate to the early psychological paradigms described in Chapters 2 and 3 of your text? (Specifically, can you relate it to the mind-body connection?) Finally, which do you think is more important to the field of psychology, mental processes or physiological reactions?

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