Knowledge - Knowledge

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Knowledge  After discussing the criteria by which we should select the way we go  about conducting psychology, (i.e. that we should be ethical and  pragmatic), we determined that a clear understanding of the truth would  provide us with what we wanted. We also came to realize that those were  the very products (output) of science. Next we considered the process (or  activity) of science by reviewing a variety of ways to define science. In this  section we will address "to what does science ask its questions" and what  is the nature of the response to those questions; i.e., what is the "problem"  science addresses (or input). We will see that we are interested in the  relationships between observations, and that we can get our knowledge  directly through research or indirectly through explanations gained via  vicarious experience such as reading a journal article. Obviously 
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course PSY PSY2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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