Academic Phil Banyard discusses the importance of retaining a healthy skepticism about psychology. He uses specific examples, such as the Hawthorne effect, to question the validity and generalizability of psychological phenomena. He also shows how knowledge in the field can be affected by technological failure, bias, and outright fraud.
Being Skeptical of Psychology
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Banyard, P. (Academic). (2016). Being skeptical of psychology [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473960763
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