August 2006

ARRGGHHH We’re All Going to Die!

11 August 2006

[Photo by Sir Frog] London is currently the centre of world attention as security forces claim to have foiled a terrorist plot to bomb a number of civilian aircraft. In […]

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Unity: Disorganisation in Psychology

10 August 2006

Continuing my investigation of unity in psychology – whether it’s possible, why it’s not there already, what can be done about it – I’ve discovered another supporter of the institutional/organisational […]

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Rise of Psychological Research on the Internet

8 August 2006

[Photo by Oneras] A recent request by a researcher to help generate participants got me thinking about the rise of psychological research over the internet. The web can be tantalising […]

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Unity’s Enemy: Complacency

6 August 2006

The greatest enemy of unity, or even just some kind of organisation in psychology, is complacency. Hayes (2004) argues that Henriques’ attempt to (re)define psychology is essentially redundant as it […]

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Unity: Psychology Defined

6 August 2006

[Photo by rbs] For me it’s very difficult to understand what psychology is really about and what it consists of. Everyone seems to have different ideas which are often mutually […]

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The Optician

5 August 2006

[Photo by Ondra L] Nowadays efficient people-smart multi-national corporations are on the rise while local businesses go to the wall. If these smaller concerns misunderstand the psychology of the marketplace […]

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Unity: Gregg Henriques

2 August 2006

While Sternberg & Grigorenko’s (2001) view is extremely attractive and practical, it is nevertheless a bottom-up approach that assumes that fixing the research process will also seal higher level theoretical […]

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