The 10 Commandments of Helping Students Distinguish Science from Pseudoscience in Psychology
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An excerpt from the author's conclusion provides an overview of what this essay covers: "If approached with care, sensitivity, and a clear understanding of the differences between skepticism and cynicism, methodological and philosophical skepticism, the scientific method and the scientists who use it, and pseudoscience and metaphysics, incorporating pseudoscience and fringe science into psychology courses can be richly rewarding for teachers and students alike. In a world in which the media,... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: April 11, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 07, 2014
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Keywords: pseudoscience

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