Unformatted text preview: THOUGHT PAPER #1 DUE AT OR BEFORE 9:25AM, SEPTEMBER 17TH, 2009 Mook, D. G. (1983). In defense of external invalidity. American Psychologist, 38, 379–387. Read Mook’s (1983) article and address each of the questions/points below. 1. What are the primary concerns of the author? 2. A) How would support for his position affect psychological science? B) How would a lack of support for his position affect psychological science? 3. Do you agree or disagree with the author. Briefly describe your position (why you agree or disagree). 4. What is the scientific contribution of the article (why is this article important to research and practice in general?). This report should be at least 2 pages (but no more than 5 pages) in length (stapled, double spaced, 1– inch margins, 12 point Times New Roman font). Include a cover page with your name, ID number, article author names, and article author title. Use your last name as the page header on the entire document and include page numbers. ...
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