Awareness is seen as the interior perception of the wave form of the substance of which the body is composed. Traditional "reality" is limited to exterior perceptions. Mind/body dualism is analogous to what physicists once thought was a contradiction between the corpuscular and the wave nature of light. We are subject both to the laws of classical mechanics and to those that govern quantum events. Determinism is an incorrect assumption for the study of human behavior. A research program is proposed to evaluate the assumptions outlined herein, and the social implications for the scientific study of behavior are examined.
Green, Edward J.
"Quantum Mechanics and the Analysis of Behavior: Reflections and Speculations,"
The Psychological Record: Vol. 52
, Article 2.
Available at: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/tpr/vol52/iss1/2