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The Theory of Narrative Thought is a theory of thought designed to bridge the gap between the neurological functioning of the brain and the flow of everyday conscious experience. Proposed by Lee Roy Beach, the theory is expanded by Beach, Byron Bissell, and James Wise (2016).

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  • The Theory of Narrative Thought is a theory of thought designed to bridge the gap between the neurological functioning of the brain and the flow of everyday conscious experience. Proposed by Lee Roy Beach, the theory is expanded by Beach, Byron Bissell, and James Wise (2016).
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  • The Theory of Narrative Thought is a theory of thought designed to bridge the gap between the neurological functioning of the brain and the flow of everyday conscious experience. Proposed by Lee Roy Beach, the theory is expanded by Beach, Byron Bissell, and James Wise (2016).
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