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Miller G. A.
The cognitive revolution from the historical perspective

The paper presents reminiscences of an outstanding American psychologist and psycho-linguist, a classic of American cognitive psychology, a founder of cognitive science G.A. Miller (born in 1921) concerning the so-called cognitive revolution which brought back cognition as a psychological subject after a long period of behaviorist dominance and also made it a subject of interdisciplinary research within the framework of cognitive science which arose on the borderline between experimental psychology of cognitive processes, philosophy of consciousness, neurophysiology, computer science and artificial intellect, linguistics and cultural anthropology.