Psychology, biology and the market place: response to John Radford’s 'Psychology in its place'
Dickins, Thomas E. (2008) Psychology, biology and the market place: response to John Radford’s 'Psychology in its place'. Psychology Teaching Review, 14 (2). pp. 17-20. ISSN 0965-948X
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This article is a response to John Radford's 'Psychology in its place'. The author argues that psychologists should pay attention to those in the human evolutionary behavioural sciences because academic psychology must be allowed to pursue scientific methods and follow particular interests as the market of ideas dictates in the interests of intellectual progress.
Citation: Dickins, T.E. (2009) Psychology, Biology and the Market Place, Psychology Teaching Review 14 (2) 17-20.
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