“Can Psychology Be an Empirical Science?”


Neuroskeptic covers a provocative paper from psychologist Jan Smedslund which argues that psychology “cannot be an empirical science.” “Psychological findings are in principle historical, and different from findings in the natural sciences that often involve genuine invariants, and are in principle reversible.”

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