dissociability


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The evolutionary importance of this was emphasized by Gould (1977, p 234) who suggested that dissociability is the developmental prerequisite for heterochronic change (see also Raff and Kaufman 1983:150; Raff, in press).
As noted, the curriculum and instruction component of a comprehensive program, as well as other components, should reflect the functional dissociability of affect, cognition, and the contexts and history of social relationships within which both develop and operate.
dementia) can also be found which influence choice RT more than simple RT, a state of doubled dissociability, with its methodological advantages, must obtain for performance of these two tasks.