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The Origins Of Psychology: What are the strengths and limitations of a scientific approach to psychology?

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Strength of scientific method

Strength of empirical method

Strength of self correctiveness

Limitation of objectivity

Limitation of unobservable psychology

Limitation of disagreement

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The reliance upon systematic and objective methods of observation, the results are shown to be fact

Not all psychologists believe all human bhaviour can be observed through scientific methods.

Scientific psychologists create situations that tell us little about more natural environments

Because methods rely on determinism, causes of behaviour are observable and replicable

If scientific theories no longer fit they can be refined or abandoned

Cannot be measured with any degree of acuracy


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