Week Nine Belief Testing.pdf

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If you want to figure out if it is correct you need to specify in a way that everyone knows what you are talking about. In philosophy this is interesting is because there is a tendency to interpret an idea as your own concept. Operationalism is tied to our system one biases We tend not to specify our goals: how much we want to improve, what success and what failure is Competition: when men compete they can compete about anything (ideas, people), when females compete do their best when competing against themselves At the core is of belief testing is operationalism As you improve health you can improve academic performance Vague goal: get smarter Specify: look at average grade and get higher grades, IQ tests, career advancement If you fail you can re-operationalize and confirm you did in fact succeed
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