Vehicles Pass Closer to Helmeted Cyclists

13 September 2006

[Photo by Jason Rogers] Here’s a subject close to my heart: cycling. Not least because I’m a keen cyclist myself but also because cycling is good in so many different […]

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Reflecting on Unity

5 September 2006

[Photo by Steve Wall] For those of you finding the discussion on unity in psychology a little dry (surely not!?!), I have good news: this is the penultimate post in […]

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Unity: Support From Cognitive Science

30 August 2006

[Photo by Melisande] Stanovich (2004a) agrees with two central points of Henriques’ argument (start here). Firstly that human cognitive architecture can be split into ‘two broad domains’: quick-acting, unconscious parallel […]

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Unity: Avoiding Critical Reflection?

27 August 2006

The harshest criticism I’ve yet read of Henriques’ bid to unify psychology (starting here) comes from Stephen Yanchar. He sees Henriques’ work as an attempt to repackage extant theoretical perspectives […]

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Unity: A Noble Quest

24 August 2006

[Photo by scalleja] Recently, in the search for unity in psychology (starting here) we’ve hit quite a lot of naysayers: psychology is already unified, it doesn’t need unification, it’s impossible, […]

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Unity: Psychology is the Mother of All Sciences

22 August 2006

A philosophical response to Henriques comes from Jack Presbury who wants to give the Tree of Knowledge a good shake. This article is superficially attractive not least because he states: […]

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Unity: Fuzzy Terminology

21 August 2006

[Photo by larryosan] More criticism of attempts to unify psychology which, as you will see, don’t much impress me. Lilienfeld (2004) responds to Henriques’ article by asking whether attempting to […]

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