TY - GEN ID - cogprints3587 UR - http://cogprints.org/3587/ A1 - Vauclair, Pr J A1 - Perret, Pr P Y1 - 2003/// N2 - We can do little but to share Miller?s view [1] that cognitive psychology was born in the 1950s. However, his article distorts the role of psychology in the birth of cognitive science. On two occasions, Miller proposes that psychology could not play a role in the cognitive revolution because of its narrow focus on behaviorism. KW - cognitive sciences KW - history of cognition KW - developmental psychology TI - The cognitive revolution in Europe: taking the developmental perspective seriously SP - 284 AV - public EP - 285 ER -