- 科学哲学科学史研究 (ISSN:18839177)
- vol.8, pp.21-41, 2014-03-31
Over the last six decades, since Oppenheim and Putnam (1958), the relationship between psychology and neuroscience has been fiercely discussed by many philosophers of science and scientists. In this article, I review debates over the relationship between psychology and neuroscience, including the classical reductionism, the new wave reductionism, and the mechanistic approach. I argue that the mechanistic approach is the most plausible view and conclude that psychology is integrated with neuroscience, rather reduced to.