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Methodological issues & strategies in clinical research.
This article describes the tenets of a liberalized scientific psychology that all psychologists should find acceptable. Such a science is empirical, deterministic, and analytic. Psychology is the science of behavior. Mentalistic concepts are inferences from behavior, and they play a centrally important role. Intuition, common sense, and personal experience provide hypotheses for this science. The elementist-holist controversy disappears with the understanding that the wholes of science differdoi:10.1037/10109-014 fatcat:7my3bilesrcnjplg6vm6hnswoq