A relationship between quantum mechanics and psychology was first postulated by the physicist Niels Bohr in the 1930s (Geiser, 2005). However, it is only in the last few years that serious research has taken place in this field. Although quantum cognition adopts a radically different theoretical approach to classical psychology it has nothing in common with the so-called metaphysical, transpersonal, or “new age” theories that have misappropriated the term “quantum psychology”.
In short, quantum cognition asserts:
Quantum cognition rejects:
Quantum cognition does not claim that the brain is a “quantum computer”.