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Social Psychology and Science : Some Lessons From Solomon Asch Paul Rozin

@inproceedings{Rozin2001SocialPA,
  title={Social Psychology and Science : Some Lessons From Solomon Asch Paul Rozin},
  author={P. Rozin},
  year={2001}
}
  • P. Rozin
  • Published 2001
  • This article presents a methodological critique of the predominant research paradigms in modern social psychology, particularly social cognition, taking the approach of Solomon Asch as a more appropriate model. The critique has 2 parts. First, the dominant model of science in the field is appropriate only for a well-developed science, in which basic, real-world phenomena have been identified, important invariances in these phenomena have been documented, and appropriate model systems that… CONTINUE READING

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