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Au. 1 The effort may not always succeed, since, for example, a person’s knowledge, expectations, motives and theoretical resources may not be adequate to deal with or may even conflict with the representation of the instabilities and complexities of the stimulus reality being confronted. This point leads into issues to do with the self-concept and psychopathology which cannot be pursued here. 2 There are of course differences between human individuals which may affect responses which have nothing to do with personal identity or what we normally think of as individuality.

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