Social Psychology Of Science

Allport's definition 1985, p. 3 as others have noted Shadish, Fuller, and Gorman 1994 The Social Psychology ofScience Shadish and Fuller 1994. 2. Barnes and Rosenthal 1985, Rosenthal 1976, 1994, Rosenthal and Fode 1963a, Stanton and Baker 1942 experimenter expectancy with animals Rosenthal and Fode 1963b Pygmalion effect Rosenthal and Jacobson 1992, compare also Rosenthal 1994. 3. Rosenthal and Rosnow 1991, p. 126. 7. Simonton 1975, 1976a, 1976b, 1980. Chance configuration theory Simonton...

Domains of Mind as Domains of Science

One of the most fundamental aspects of being human is our reliance on others for our survival. We are constantly confronted with problems of interpersonal relationships from sexual behavior to child rearing, from friendship alliances to kinship-based altruism, from emotion and facial recognition to deception and cooperation. Very briefly, implicit psychology (socialdo-main) consists first and foremost of social preferences seen in newborns as young as a few hours old,...

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Science And Pseudoscience The Nature of Pseudoscience

Many Americans still seem quite willing to believe things that science and skeptics would just as easily dismiss. Michael Shermer reported in his book Why People Believe Weird Things percentages of Americans in 1991 who believed in the following paranormal experiences 67 percent had actually had a psychic experience 65 percent believed in Noah's flood 52 percent believed in astrology 46 percent believed in extrasensory perception (ESP) and 42 percent believed in communication with the dead.1...